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Re: Harper Family of Midlothian, VA
Posted by: Raymond W. Ryan, Jr. Date: December 16, 2000 at 22:35:02
In Reply to: Harper Family of Midlothian, VA by Marie of 148

There is no Huguenot Episcopal Church in Powhatan or Midlothian. I believe the one you are making reference to is Manakin Episcopal Church which is located on Huguenot Trail (Route #711) in Powhatan County, Va. This was near the spot of the original Huguenot settlers who, under Sallee in 1700, came to Virginia and were granted the land, primarily south of the James River. The church, as well as the library of the Huguenot Society of Settlers at Manakin Towne, are located adjacent to one another. Hope this helps.


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