The history of Enon Hall near White Stone is the topic of a Zoom meeting of the Lancaster Virginia Historical Society, to be held at 3 p.m. on Thursday, June 24.
Homeowner William Chapman will present a slide talk about the home, which was established in 1762 on Antipoison Creek.
The program takes place online via Zoom and is free for LVHS members and $5 for others. All viewers must register in advance at www.mkt.com/maryball or 804-462-7280. Registration to view the live broadcast closes at noon on the day of the program, a release said.
“Bill Chapman has been thinking about his connection to Enon Hall ever since he saw a photo of the house when he was just seven years old, growing up in Richmond,” says LVHS executive director Karen Hart. “When Bill and his wife, Gay, purchased Enon Hall in 1999, he was reuniting his family with the place where his six-times great-grandfather, the first William Hathaway, had planted his roots and where Hathaways had lived for over 175 years ...
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