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Friday, May 26, 2017

Robert Beverley, prosperous planter #virginiapioneersnet #vagenealogy

Beverley, Robert, a planter of a valuable estate, died in 1687, but his mansion was less pretentious in size and appointments. Its apartments included the chamber in which Major Beverley slept, a second overhead chamber, a porch and hall chamber, dairy and kitchen, and the overseer's room. Source: Records of Middlesex County, vol. 1698-1713, p. 113. 

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