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Loudoun County, Virginia Populated Places

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United States  Gotoarrow.png  Virginia  Gotoarrow.png  Loudoun County Gotoarrow.png   Populated Places

Towns[edit | edit source]

The county seat is Leesburg. There are seven incorporated towns: Hamilton, Hillsboro, Leesburg, Lovettsville, Middleburg, Purcellville, and Round Hill. For more information, see: Towns in Loudoun County, courtesy: Loudoun County, Virginia.

Post Offices[edit | edit source]

The following post offices have existed in Loudoun County:

  • Aldie
  • Arcola
  • Airmont
  • Ashburn
  • Belmont
  • Bloomfield
  • Bluemont
  • Bolington
  • Braden's Store
  • Brittian
  • Broad Run
  • Circleville
  • Clark's Gap
  • Coleman's Station
  • Compher
  • Conklin
  • Cruzen (Cruzens)
  • Daysville (Palmerstown)
  • Dover
  • Elvan (Jumbo)
  • Evergreen Mills
  • Farmwell (later Ashburn)
  • George's Mill
  • Goresville (formerly Noland's Ferry)
  • Goshen
  • Greggsville
  • Guilford Station
  • Hamilton (Hamilton Store or Hamilton Mills)
  • Hillsboro (Hillsborough)
  • Holmes' Mill
  • Hoysville (formerly Hoey's Store, later Taylorstown)
  • Hughesville
  • Irene
  • Janney's Store
  • Jumbo (later Elvan)
  • Lanesville
  • Leesburg (Leesburgh)
  • Lenah
  • Leithtown
  • Levy
  • Lincoln
  • Loudoun (formerly Guilford Station, later Sterling)
  • Lovettsville
  • Loyalty
  • Lucketts
  • Lunette
  • Mahala
  • Manassas Gap
  • Mechanicsville
  • Middleburg (Middleburgh)
  • Morrisonville
  • Mount Gildead
  • [Hogback] Mountain Gap
  • Mountville
  • Neersville
  • Newtown (formerly Thrasher's Store)
  • Noland's Ferry (later Goresville)
  • North Fork
  • Oak Hill (Ash's Store)
  • Oatland Mils (Oatlands)
  • Paeonian Springs
  • Paxson
  • Philomont
  • Pomona
  • Potomac Furnace
  • Purcellville (formerly Purcell's Store)
  • Roseville
  • Round Hill
  • Royville
  • Ryan
  • Silcott Springs
  • Snicker's Gap
  • Snickersville (Blueville)
  • Springfield
  • Springhill
  • Sterling (formerly Guilford Station and Loudoun)
  • Sycoline
  • Tankerville
  • Taylorstown
  • Thrasher's Store (later Newtown)
  • Trapp
  • Unison
  • Waterford
  • Watson
  • Waxpool
  • Welbourne
  • Whaley's Store
  • Wheatland
  • Willard
  • Woodburn
  • Woodgrove

References[edit | edit source]


  • "A Guide to the Counties of Virginia: Loudoun County," The Virginia Genealogist, Vol. 16, No. 2 (Apr.-Jun. 1972):126-129. Available at FHL; digital version at New England Ancestors ($). [Includes Loudoun's post offices.]
  • "Post Office Boxes in Loudoun, 1960," The Bulletin of the Historical Society of Loudoun County, Virginia, 1957-1976. Leesburg, Va.: Goose Creek Productions, 1998, pp. 295. Available at FHL. Free Lookups Available!
  • "Post Offices of Loudoun County: Compilation from Records in U.S. Archives Building in Washington, D.C. 1958-1959 with Names of Postmasters and Years of Appointment," Loudoun: The 1757 Legacy, Newsletter of the Loudoun Genealogy Club, Vol. 9, No. 3 (Sep. 2001):1-3; Vol. 9, No. 4 (Dec. 2001):1-3. Available at FHL.
  • Rowberg, Andrew A. and Marie C. Rowberg. "The Post Offices of Loudoun," The Bulletin of the Historical Society of Loudoun County, Virginia, 1957-1976. Leesburg, Va.: Goose Creek Productions, 1998, pp. 79-92. Available at FHL. Free Lookups Available!