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Walking stick with carved image of an enslaved African American man (detail shown at right) advertising the services of Brooke & Hubbard Auction House in Richmond, Virginia, c. 1823. (from page 11 of Virginia Historical Society Annual Report for 2010 - Brooke & Hubbard Auction House auctioned slaves)

Walking stick with carved image of an enslaved African American man (detail shown at right) advertising the services of Brooke & Hubbard Auction House in Richmond, Virginia, c. 1823. (from page 11 of Virginia Historical Society Annual Report for 2010 - Brooke & Hubbard Auction House auctioned slaves)

Renaissance Richmond: Finding Architectural History and Following Historic Preservation in Richmond, Virginia - Visit the site to watch a short film on the history of the 800 block of Cathedral Place by Jessica Bankston. Jessica Bankston's blog, "Uncovering 811-819 S. Cathedral Place, Richmond, VA: Chronicling discoveries on the historic row across from Cathedral of the Sacred Heart," is now "Renaissance Richmond: Finding Architectural History and Following Historic Preservation in Richmond…

Renaissance Richmond: Finding Architectural History and Following Historic Preservation in Richmond, Virginia - Visit the site to watch a short film on the history of the 800 block of Cathedral Place by Jessica Bankston. Jessica Bankston's blog, "Uncovering 811-819 S. Cathedral Place, Richmond, VA: Chronicling discoveries on the historic row across from Cathedral of the Sacred Heart," is now "Renaissance Richmond: Finding Architectural History and Following Historic Preservation in Richmond…

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Historic Virginia City...

Identifying the Wrights in the Goochland County, Virginia, Tithe Lists, 1732-84 by Robert N. Grant. Recently recovered County Court Loose Papers, the Virginia State Archives and the Magazine of Virginia Genealogy were the sources of tithe lists for this newest addition to the series.

Identifying the Wrights in the Goochland County, Virginia, Tithe Lists, 1732-84 by Robert N. Grant. Recently recovered County Court Loose Papers, the Virginia State Archives and the Magazine of Virginia Genealogy were the sources of tithe lists for this newest addition to the series.

Basse's Choice: Visit site of plantation owned by my great (x10) grandfather Captain Nathaniel Basse in Isle of Wight County, Virginia

Basse's Choice: Visit site of plantation owned by my great (x10) grandfather Captain Nathaniel Basse in Isle of Wight County, Virginia

Bethel Baptist Church - 1100 Huguenot Springs Road. The present Bethel Baptist Church, built in 1894, is the third meeting place of this congregation, being established as an offshoot of Spring Creek Church in 1799. Bethel is a registered Virginia Historic Landmark and is on the National Register of Historic Places. It was designated for its contribution to religious freedom in US. Many of its founders descendants of Huguenots seeking freedom from persecution in France,

Bethel Baptist Church - 1100 Huguenot Springs Road. The present Bethel Baptist Church, built in 1894, is the third meeting place of this congregation, being established as an offshoot of Spring Creek Church in 1799. Bethel is a registered Virginia Historic Landmark and is on the National Register of Historic Places. It was designated for its contribution to religious freedom in US. Many of its founders descendants of Huguenots seeking freedom from persecution in France,

"Five Overlooked Gems at U.Va." from The University of Virginia Magazine, includes Morea and Morven Gardens.

"Five Overlooked Gems at U.Va." from The University of Virginia Magazine, includes Morea and Morven Gardens.

Valentine Neihart - immigration record

Valentine Neihart - immigration record

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