This page from the USGenWeb Archives Project website contains historical and genealogical information. This College of William and Mary website has a wealth of information about Virginia geology, including the Piedmont. Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries. Contains information about Virginia wildlife. Virginia Department of Forestry. Contains information about trees native to Virginia. Aerial photographs, satellite images, and USGS maps are available here. NASA Langley Research Center.
OAKRIDGE, on the Hungary Town road, which in old times was called Jordan's road, was built about 1800, and was first the seat of the Smiths and later the home of the Guys. Oakridge has some beautiful mantels and paneling, and a very unique stairway, built after the order of Chinese Chippendale. There is a Smith grave. Nottoway Publishing Company, Inc., Blackstone, Va., 1932, pp. 47-49. Additional sources of information about Oakridge and the people who have lived there:.