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Catalog Number 1999-006-002-060
Object Name Records
Scope & Content WPA Historical Survey: Ingleside was built in 1750.
Located a tenth of a mile NW of Falmouth off route 17. Three houses have been built on original foundation. Ingleside was an indian trading post, iron mining andCivil War fort during the Battle of Fredericksburg.
Creator Works Progress Administration - Julia Marie Heflin
Title WPA Historical survey of Stafford County
Collection Stafford County WPA survey
People Baker, Emily
Baker, Moses
Brooks, Genevie
Brooks, Randolph
Campbell, Thomas
England, Abner V.
England, Alexander I.
England, Ann
England, Ann E.
England, Bazil Gordon
England, Elizabeth
England, George W.
England, Jacob
England, John
England, Mary O.
England, Patrick H.
England, Richard
England, Rolandus
England, Thomas J.
England, Walker W.
Hansburgh, Mr.
Hewitt, Ida
Musselman, Ann
Richards Family
Rock, James
Truslow, Ann
Washington, George
Search Terms Civil War
Civil War Stories
Historic Homes
Iron Mines
Mountain Indians
Richards Spring
Route 17
St. Patrick's Day
Stafford County
Tidewater Indians
Trading Post
WPA Historical Survey