Built by Thomas Walke III, a prominent gentryman who was a ratifier of the U.S. Constitution from Virginia and who reportedly ... More
Built by Thomas Walke III, a prominent gentryman who was a ratifier of the U.S. Constitution from Virginia and who reportedly came from Barbados and became a prominent Colonial citizen, this brick Georgian style house offers many insights into life in the latter half of the 18th century and is the home of the Princess Anne County-Virginia Beach Historical Society.
yet another old house
it was interesting..
not the house
the dream i had when i fell asleep
c mon virginia beach tourism
quit spending so much time worrying about how many times people pass the same spot on the strip and give us something to do
and tourist go home
i bet its funner
Rich in history, this site dates back to 1642 when the ferry service was first started by Adam Thoroughgood to
connect plantations by the waterway and the third Princess Anne Courthouse built in 1735, which is the reputed site ...
This large, 200 year old Georgian style plantation home stands as a symbol of the rural affluence enjoyed by the
Land family in the 18th and early 19th centuries. The house features period rooms furnished with antiques and reproductions ...
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