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    The haunted Nelson House in HDR .. Yorktown, Virginia.."Scotch Tom" Nelson, founder of the Nelson family and fortune in Yorktown, built this mansion in the early 1700's. Later it passed to Yorktown's most illustrious son Thomas Nelson, Jr., who signed the Declaration of Independence, served as wartime Governor of Virginia, and commanded the Virginia militia during the siege of Yorktown.The house is said to be extremely haunted:The Entity of the British Soldier

    Yorktown, VA.

    Yorktown Windmill, Yorktown, Virginia

    Yorktown, Virginia

    Yorktown, Virginia

    Yorktown Virginia River Walk Landing Freight Shed Wedding

    Moss growing on a wall in Yorktown, Virginia.

    Entrance, National Cemetery in Yorktown, Virginia

    Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Howe house, formerly, Lafayette's headquarters. It was taken between 1861 and 1865.

    antique postcard - oldest house in Yorktown Virginia

    George P. Coleman Bridge, Yorktown, Virginia

    building remains in historic Yorktown Virginia USA

    Yorktown, Virginia site of American Revolution surrender

    Yorktown Onions

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    Grace Episcopal Church~ Yorktown ,Virginia

    Vintage photo of Yorktown, Virginia from c1902

    Yorktown, VA. I love it here!