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Meet Edge Hill House … formerly known as Long Bridge Ordinary

Edge Hill House, the building which graces the intersection of Main Street (Route 17) and Route 14 in Gloucester Court House, c. 1740, has a long history of service to the community. The site is on both the Virginia Historic Landmarks Register and the National Register of Historic Places. The Gloucester Woman’s Club purchased the building in 1913. Over the years it continually held its meetings there, and has sponsored many charitable and philanthropic activities; notable among these was Gloucester’s first library.

Though long presumed to have served as an "Ordinary" for those traveling by stage, the building became referred to as "Long Bridge Ordinary." However, a recent study titled "A Documentary History of the Gloucester Woman’s Club building, Gloucester, Virginia," conducted on behalf of the Long Bridge Ordinary Foundation by Martha W. McCartney, showed no evidence of the building ever serving as an ordinary or house of private e...

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