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  • Saint George’s Episcopal Church

    by Casey | Posted on September 26th, 2013

    Saint George's Episcopal Church

    The present St. George’s Church building was built in 1849. It was the third to be constructed on this site. The first was a wooden structure built in the 1730s, the second, a more substanial building, was created in 1815. It was attended by George Washington and his family and was used as a hospital during the Civil War.

    Virginia Tourism Corporation, www.Virginia.org

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