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)

Old Town/Murphy's Irish Pub/Colonial Market & Fair @ Mount Vernon - DC trip

Old Town/Murphy's Irish Pub/Colonial Market & Fair @ Mount Vernon - DC trip

Visit Chippokes Plantation, home of my 10th great grand uncle Captain   William Powell

Visit Chippokes Plantation, home of my 10th great grand uncle Captain William Powell

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.

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