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In Honor of
The Loudoun Citizens
Who Served in Vietnam
And in Memory
Of Those Who Died
Welby H. Grayson, III
Richard B. Grigsby
Jack Harris, Jr.
David F. Helms
Leonard W. Kidd
Francis E. Manuel
Weyland F. McCauley, Jr.
Ralph W. Milbo…
Formed to commemorate the life ofDr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
And to bring together our community in celebration of his lifework and vision of racial harmony and equality for all
Join us for our annual march held on the observed holiday startin…
In Memory of the
of Loudon County Va
Erected May 28 1908
General George C.
Has Been Designated a
National Historic Landmark
This House Possesses National Significance
In Commemorating the History of the
United States of America
National Park Service
The Aldie Mill
A working Gristmill - 1796 - 1971
Charles Fenton Mercer - Owner
Statesman - Educator
Mt. Vernon-Ketoctin Chapters NSDAR
Dedicated - October 8, 1971
"Their Bodies are buried in Peace
But their name liveth for evermore"
1917 † 1918
Russell T. Beatty, Corp. † Frank Hough, Lt.
Charles A. Bell, Pvt. † Alexander Pope Humphrey, Pvt.
Charles E. Clyburn, Pvt. † Robert A. …
Fair Oaks, built ca. 1881 as the home of
Alexander Moore, is a vernacular interpretation
of the Italianate architectural style. From
1835 to 1971, six generations of the Moore
family owned and operated nearby Aldie Mill,
constructed by legisl…
New Jerusalem Lutheran Church, formally
established in 1765, was among Virginia's earliest
Lutheran congregations east of the Blue Ridge
Mountains. Its founders were Palatine Germans who
immigrated to this area from Pennsylvania and
Welcome to Mt. Zion Historic Park, a property of the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority. Built in 1851, this Old School Baptist Church was a place of worship, and also a critical site during the Civil War because of its location at the junc…
In the graveyard adjoining this church, on June 23, 1863, Harpers Illustrated Weekly's Alfred R. Waud, one of the Civil War's most renowned artists, dug the grave for the burial of his friend Lynde Walter Buckingham, the chief cavalry corresponden…