Preservation

Preservation

Historical Markers Placed by Ketoctin Chapter NSDAR

SiteDate of Marking

 
Grave of Isaiah Marks, Ketoctin Baptist Church Cemetery, near Short Hill1955Isiah Marks
Joint marking with Freedom Hill Chapter of Thomas Purcell grave, Potts' Burying Ground, Round Hill1963Purcell
Grave of Amos Thompson, Leesburg Presbyterian Churchyard1964amos
Ketoctin Baptist Church, near Short Hill1967Church marker
Aldie Mill, Aldie1971IMG_3071
Isaac Nichols House, Rt 611, Purcellville1972This property was destroyed by fire around 1982.
Ebenezer Church, Bloomfield1972ebenezer
Grave of John Axline, New Jerusalem Lutheran Church Cemetery, Lovettsville1974axline
Grave of Fardinan Van Sickler, North Fork Baptist Cemetery1974sickler
North Fork Regular Baptist Church (circa 1835)1975northfork regular
North Fork Primitive Baptist Church (circa 1784)1975northfork
Revolutionary War Marker, Ketoctin Baptist Church, near Short Hill- Soldiers: John Chew, James Copeland, Thomas Humphrey, Abel Marks, Isaiah Marks, George Poulson, and Patriot Reverend John Marks1977RevWarMarker
Rokeby, site of safekeeping of the Constitution and Declaration of Independence in 1814, Leesburg1987Rokeby marker
Grave of Dr. Cornelius Baldwin, Mount Hebron Cemetery, Winchester1992Baldwin
Thomas Balch Library, Leesburg2006Balch
Chestnut Oak, Propagated at Mount Vernon, Morven Park, Leesburg2013morven-park
Grave of Major Joseph Lane, Farmers Delight Plantation, Middleburg2016lane grave and marker
Amos Goodin House, Purcellville2017goodin marker

Photographs courtesy of the Ketoctin Chapter NSDAR