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48 The APVA bought the house, restored it and opened it to the public in 1983. It is the oldest house in Virginia. 48 Hall, Marie Bauer. Quest For Bruton Vault: An American Williamsburg Happening. Los Angeles, CA: Veritat Foundation, 1984, pg. 507. 42 43 THE BRUTON PARISH CHURCH Because court records had been destroyed, much of Williamsburg's early history has been lost. However, it is believed that the original structure, the first Anglican church, which was built in 1660, was probably made of wood, and located near the current church in what was then called Middle Plantation.

Ambler then began conducting services out of his home until he joined the Confederate Army as a chaplain. There were extensive renovations and alterations done in 1886 and 1896. Some of the marble slabs were recovered and replaced in a restoration that was begun by Rev. William T. Roberts (Rector from 1894-1902). What slabs couldn't be found were replaced with new. " However, it wasn't until 55 DeSamper, Hugh. Bruton Parish Church: Its Spiritual and Historical Legacy. (Williamsburg, VA: Bruton Parish Church, 1997, pg.

He died in 1669, and the home, with its 2,000 acres of land, were passed down to his son, Arthur Allen II (1651-1709). In 1675, at the age of 24, Gov. Berkeley appointed Allen as a Justice of the Peace for the County. He was a member of the House of Burgesses, and politically, he supported the colonial governor. On August 10, 1676, when the Surry County Justices voted to send supplies to rebel 41 leader Nathaniel Bacon, Allen opposed the decision. He went home, and had time to hide his silver before he was forced out of his home on September 18 1676 when 70 supporters of Bacon, led by Commander William Rookings, Capt.

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