Great Stories of Fauquier County, Virginia

This page will be dedicated to stories of the heritage of Fauquier County, Virginia. Please be sure to go all the way to the bottom of this page. Send your stories to Larry Francis

  • Life in Old Old Virginia 1
  • Life in Old Old Virginia 2
  • Life in Old Old Virginia 3
  • Bethel Military Academy Part I An Institution Fondly Remembered
  • Bethel Military Academy An Institution Fondly RememberedVolume 18-1 Winter Spring 1996
  • Bethel Military Academy An Institution Fondly RememberedVolume 20-1 Winter Spring 1998
  • Bethel Military Academy Part II Life at the Springs and Return to Old Bethel
  • Bethel Military Academy Superintendent Kept Traditions
  • Bethel Military Academy The Bell Still Rings
  • Bethel Military Academy Graduates
  • Bethel Military Academy Superintendents
  • The Casanova Hunt in Virginia
  • Fun & Games inOld Fauquier
  • License OrdinanceTown of Warrenton

    Joe Winkelman Stories

    Thanks to Joe Winkelman for these "Telling Tales" of Fauquier County, Virginia - which will be added at a future date.

  • FairfaxCounty History
  • Telling TalesCaptain John Qunicy Marr
  • Telling TalesCaptain John Qunicy Marr

    Ensor Letters

    Following is information on some delightful Ensor Letters letters in possession of Carolyn Hartman and Leah McCreary(now deceased)of Catlett Station Antiques on Rt. 28, south of Manassas. Latest information is that Carolyn Hartman has given uo the shop. They have the original letters along with other things as a display in their shop. They are not for sale but can be viewed there. Betty Adams typed and "translated" the letters.

    Sounds like the Catlett Station Antiques would be a great place for us to visit when we go back to old Virginia. Jim Burgess

  • Ensor LetterKentucky Girls
  • Ensor LetterWhere is the Check?
  • Ensor LetterBad Teeth
  • History of G and G LonghornsFauquier County, Virginia
  • Some Reminences of Old SouthScroll to Chapter 1
  • Some Reminences of Old SouthScroll to Chapter 1
  • Anthony SteptoeHe was buried at Alton Cemetery, Bethel, Warrenton, VA. Census 1880 VA, Fauquier, Ashby District, Center, Asst Prof, Bethel Academy. He was Taught at Bethel Military ..
  • Bethel Military AcademyFauquier History
  • Howard Worth Smith attended Bethel Military Academy - US Representative from Virginia
  • Turner Ashby Information

    This page last updated 3 Oct 2012