Fairfax County History Commission Historical Roadside Marker

Keene's Mill

Marker Text:
A saw and grist mill built by James Keene between 1796 and 1800, when it was expanded, stood on the north side of the original Keene Mill Road right-of-way just to the east of this marker. The mill served the surrounding farm community for approximately sixty years and provided the landmark after which Old Keene Mill Road was named. Two mill races are all that remain on the site.

Date Installed:
May 1999

Marker Credits:
Funded by the Fairfax County History Commission.

Marker Location: Springfield. East side of Huntsman Boulevard between Old Keene Mill Road/Route 644 and Cork County Court.

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Keene's Mill




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