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Fotheringay K-67 | Marker History

Fotheringay Marker, K-67

Fotheringay was the home of George Hancock (1754-1820), a colonel in the Virginia Line during the Revolutionary War and aide-de-camp to Count Casimir Pulaski. He later served in both the Virginia House of Delegates and in the U.S. Congress, and was the father-in-law of explorer William Clark. Fotheringay, an elegant expression of the Federal style, was built about 1796 with a steep mountain as a dramatic backdrop. Fotheringay's interior woodwork, particularly its chimneypieces and doorways, features delicately carved motifs copied from the pattern books of English architect William Pain.

Marker Information:
Additional Information: Marker reported missing, no Commonwealth or Federal replacement funding available. Will only be replaced if a private sponsor funds replacement.
Region: Southwest Region
Geographic Location: Montgomery County
Physical Description of Location: 8335 Roanoke Rd (Routes 11 and 460), Elliston, VA 24087. Marker is located on the center median at intersection with Graham Street.
GPS Location: 37.190556,-80.236354
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