2015 - Dec 5 - Speaker: Connie Lapallo
2015 - Dec 5 - Dinner Meeting - slideshow
2015 - Apr 16 -
Heritage Luncheon - slideshow
2014 - Apr 17 -
Luncheon Meeting - slideshow
2013 - Dec 7 - Dinner Meeting - slideshow
2013 - Oct 19 - Bus Tour of So. Maryland -
2013 - April 28 - Brunch & Mtg at Fort
Belvoir - slideshow
2012 - December 1 - Annual Meeting & Holiday
Dinner - slideshow
Slideshows below were
created with very old software and do not include background music.
October 27 - Bus Tour of Byways of Charles County, MD - slideshow
2011 - December 10 - Annual Meeting & Holiday
Dinner - slideshow
October 1 - Bus Tour along Rappahannock - slideshow
2011 - May 22 - Brunch & tour at Fort Belvoir
Nov 20 - Dinner at Army Navy Country Club - slideshow
2010 - October 2010 - Bus Tour to West Virginia -
2010 - May - The Jamestowne Century - A
Collection of Essays
Jun 27 - Brunch at Fort Belvoir Officers' Club - slideshow
2010 - May 15 - Presentation of Map of
Time, in Memory of Henry Clinton Mackall
Nov 20, 2009 - Fall Dinner Meeting - slideshow
2009 - Oct 3, 2009 - Fall Tour of Historic
Homes - slideshow
read the details about the places visited,
June 27, 2009 - Luncheon Meeting - slideshow
March 30 - Company tour of "Written in Bone" exhibit - slideshow
Dec 5 - Dinner/Meeting - slideshow
2008 Newsletter (a PDF file)
Fall Tour of Historic Homes -
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- Message from the Company governor
- Report on the presentation
in Bone: Forensic Files of the 17th
- Article by St.
Julien R. Marshall, Jr., past Company Governor
2007 - Nov 30, 2007 Dinner/Meeting - slideshow
2007 - Sept 29 Bus Tour - Charles City & New
Kent County, Virginia
2007 - June 12th dinner
meeting at George Mason University
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Our Representative Government and its Roots in
presented by GMU's Department of Political Science
2007 - May 12 - Members who attended
400 Anniversary Celebration
March 31st Bus Trip to
Jamestown & Williamsburg
2006 Winter Meeting --
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The annual meeting of the Company included a black-tie
cocktail hour and dinner, held at the beautiful old
DACOR-Bacon House, at 1801 F Street
NW, in Washington, DC on Saturday, December 2. What a gracious beginning of the holiday
season! We were very fortunate to have as our speaker Ernest B. "Pat" Furgurson. Everyone who loves Virginia is indebted to Mr. Furgurson for
his excellent article, "Braggin Rights" in the November 2006 issue of
2006 Annual Fall Tour of
On Monday, 9 October 2006, our fifteenth annual bus
trip took us into the beautiful and historic area around Leesburg.
(Pictures are not yet available.) On the way our company governor, Ravenel
told us the history of Loudon, Fauquier, and Prince William Counties, and traced
the movement of the English settlers from Eastern Virginia -- and the Germans
from Pennsylvania -- into this area. We visited:
- Riverside Farm, which
includes the land on the Potomac river where a ferry was operated by
Revolutionary War hero Josias Clapham.
- Buckland Farm, which was part of the Fairfax Proprietary and conveyed to
Robert "King" Carter.
- Oatlands, the estate built by George Carter, great-grandson of Robert Carter. This house
sits on 261 acres, now owned by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
- Early land records show that the property was once owned by George William Fairfax,
son of Colonel Sir William Fairfax, an early companion of George Washington and his associate as
2006 Spring Luncheon for Members & Prospective Members:
Our Company's Spring luncheon & brief meeting was held
on Sunday, 21 May 2006, at the Country
Club of Fairfax, in Fairfax, Virginia.
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2005 Fall Meeting & Dinner:
Fall meeting was held at the Army Navy Country Club in Arlington, Virginia, on
17 Nov. 2005.
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Annual Fall Tour of Historic Sites:
On Saturday, 24 September 2005, we visited the five sites
listed below, in Hanover and Goochland counties -- not far from Richmond, Virginia.
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- Scotchtown, early home of Patrick Henry
- Historic Hanover Tavern
- Hanover Court House Historic District
- Tuckahoe -- Thomas Jefferson's childhood home, now privately owned
- Janeway -- a private home built in 1868 and occupied continuously be descendants
of the original founding family.
2005 Spring Meeting:
Our Spring meeting was held on 23 April 2005 in the form of a
two-hour midday luncheon cruise on the Potomac River, attended by over 50 members
and guests. Our private, chartered yacht took us down river as far as the Wilson
Bridge and up as far as the 14th street bridge -- on a beautiful spring day.