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Old July 24th, 2017, 06:40 PM   #1
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Sussex Court House, VA

Sussex Court House is an unincorporated community, and the seat of Sussex County, south of Richmond and Petersburg. The population is around 250.

Sussex County is rural, with logging and cotton being two of the main industries. The community of Sussex Court House is little more than the courthouse complex at an intersection, with a small amount of houses within short walking distance.


Thornton Square is the courthouse Square, located along Courthouse Road.



The Sussex County Courthouse, on Courthouse Road at Thornton Square. The courthouse was built in 1828 in a Jeffersonian style.



The Sussex County Judicial Center, on Courthouse Road on Thornton Square. The structure was built in 1995, and now serves as the county courthouse.



The County Office Building, on Thornton Square. The structure was built in 1953. In front is the Confederate Monument, dedicated in 1912.



The County Clerk's Office, on Thornton Square. The office was built in 1924.



The George Dillard House, on Thornton Square by the courthouse. The house was built in 1800.



An administrative building behind the county courthouse.



The old County Clerk's Office, on Courthouse Road. The office was built in 1817.



The Banister House, on Courthouse Road. The house was built in the early 1800s, and was also once a girls' school and Masonic lodge. The house was used as a hospital during the Civil War.



Readville Baptist Church, on Princeton Road. The church was built in 1970.



A bank on Courthouse Road.



A business on Courthouse Road at Old Forty Road.



A fire control tower on Sussex Drive.



A house on Sussex Drive.



A house on Courthouse Road.



Agricultural buildings on Courthouse Road.



The Newsome Human Services Building, on Princeton Road.



A house on Princeton Road.



A house on Princeton Road.



A house on Sussex Drive.

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