Governor Edward Dana Mitchell
Recently relocated from his Stafford home to nursing care in Fredericksburg with the help of then Lieutenant Governor (now Deputy Governor) Walt Sheffield,
After more than a decade of planning, fundraising and building, a replica of James Monroe’s birthplace farmhouse is finally complete and open to the public.
The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Georgia invites us to attend their inclusive weekend of events February 2022 in Savannah. Registration can be secured with the form below. .
With your support, this year the Virginia Society contributed nearly $10,000 to support heritage projects in our area. The General Society made matching contributions
The Society will meet for lunch at the Commonwealth Club in Richmond and warriors and guests will welcome a speaker to be announced in the coming weeks. Registration will begin in January, watch your email for that notice and cost.…
Forty-two Society for Colonial Wars Warriors and guests celebrated the 126th Fall Court of the Virginia delegation at the Wilton House Annex
The Warriors attending the Fall Court of Society of Colonial Wars in Virginia at the Wilton House Annex in Richmond, Virginia elected new officers and members of the Society Council at the October 21 meeting. The elected slate is: Governor…
On Saturday, October 2, The James Monroe Memorial Foundation plans a Grand Opening Ceremony for the James Monroe Birthplace House in Westmoreland