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COLONEL JOHN SINGLETON MOSBY
This road, along which many of his skermishes took palce, is named for Colonel John Singleton Mosby, commander of the 43rd Battalion of Confederate Partisan Rangers. Their activities in this area helped keep the Confederate cause alive in Northern Virginia toward the end of the Civil War.
Department of Conservation and Historic Resources, 1986