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Abraham Delight back side

Abraham Delight back side

Cabin where Abraham was living while building the house. This is not the same cabin he lived in. This cabin was moved on a later date.

Cabin where Abraham was living while building the house. This is not the same cabin he lived in. This cabin was moved on a later date.

WinchesterVA-AbramsDelight-Listed On Natl Register Of Historic Places. Belonged to my Ancestors.

WinchesterVA-AbramsDelight-Listed On Natl Register Of Historic Places. Belonged to my Ancestors.

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This stone mill, located next to the Abrahm's Delight house, was built in 1833 by David Hollingsworth, the great-grandson of Abraham Hollingsworth, Frederick County's first settler. Abraham, who died in 1748, operated one of the county's first gristmills and passed the business on to his son, Isaac.

This stone mill, located next to the Abrahm's Delight house, was built in 1833 by David Hollingsworth, the great-grandson of Abraham Hollingsworth, Frederick County's first settler. Abraham, who died in 1748, operated one of the county's first gristmills and passed the business on to his son, Isaac.

Abram's Delight Museum

Abram's Delight Museum

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