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Slatesville Rd is also spelled Slatesville Road.
Time Zone & Current Time
Chatham, VA lies within the Eastern Standard Time (or EST). The current time in Eastern Standard Time is 11:50 AM on 11/29/2015.
Abbott Pl, Anderson Mill Rd, Anderson Rd, Aston Pl, Banister Rd, Batterman Rd, Beagle Rd, Bearskin Rd, Bearskin Substation Rd, and Beechnut Rd
40 years old
About Chatham, VA
Chatham is a town in Pittsylvania County, Virginia, United States. Chatham's population was 1,338 at the 2000 census. It is included in the Danville, Virginia Metropolitan Statistical Area. Chatham is home to Chatham High School and Hargrave Military Academy. It is also home to Chatham Hall ([http://www.chathamhall.org/ Official site]), an all-female boarding high school. It is the county seat of Pittsylvania County. It is the home to the oldest continually used building in Pittsylvania County, once an 18th century tavern, since turned into a house and now occupied by Chatham Hall faculty. Chatham is also home to the country's top rated military preparatory boarding school, Hargrave Military Academy, which includes a special Colin Powell leadership program. date=June 2008 Chatham is the county seat for Pittsylvania County and has held that status since 1777. There is a large U.S. Department of Agriculture office to support farmers in the area and a small branch office of the U.S. Forestry Service. The State of Virginia has built a new state prison at the site of an old work-release camp and this led to infrastructure upgrades in fire and water services to support the increased population. Chatham did not see any battle action during the Civil War although it is between Richmond, the capital of the Confederacy, and Danville, which contained Confederate prisons for captured Union soldiers. On Confederate Memorial Day each year, the local chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy places flowers at the statute of a Confederate soldier which is prominent in the front of the historic Pittsylvania County Court House. There is a walking tour of this downtown historic district and a brochure for this is available at the Town Hall, or at the Historical Society building next to Town Hall. There are several bed & breakfast establishments located on Main Street in historic Greek Revival homes. (more on Wikipedia)