Two 18th-century roads intersect just west of here: Sugarlands Rolling Road (now Georgetown Pike) and Little Falls Road (now Chain Bridge Road). Several historic structures stand near the fork: Langley Toll House (ca. 1820); Langley Ordinary (ca. 1850); Mackall House (ca. 1858); Gunnell's Chapel (ca. 1879); Langley Friends Meeting House (ca. 1893), and Hickory Hill (ca. 1870), at times the home of Supreme Court Justice Robert H. Jackson, then-Senator John F. Kennedy, and his brother Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy. Thomas Lee, of Stratford Hall, acquired Langley in a 1719 land grant and named it for a family estate in England.
Year On Marker: 1996
Geographic Location: Fairfax County
Physical Description of Location: McLean, VA 22101. Located on Georgetown Puke (Rt. 193), 0.25 miles northwest of the intersection of Georgetown Puke (Rt. 193) and Dolley Madison Blvd (Rt. 123). Marker is on the right when traveling northwest on Georgetown Puke (Rt. 193).
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