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Elsing Green - John West (December 14, 1590 – ca. 1659) was acting colonial Governor of Virginia from 1635 to 1637, the third West brother to serve as governor. He was the fifth son and twelfth child of Thomas West, 2nd Baron De La Warr, and was born at Testwood in Hampshire. He came to Virginia in 1618. He was a member of the House of Burgesses (1628–30).

Part I. Comte de Rochambeau Jean Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur (1725-1807) He entered the French army at the age of 17. In 1780, he held the rank of lieutenant general when chosen by the French gov't to lead an army to aid the American colonists in their struggle against the British.

The G&G; Club celebrates in King Willaim, Virginia at The Elsing Green Plantation. Beautiful setting!

13 colonies map. I like this one the better than the others.

Robert the Bruce. After the demise of William Wallace, the bannner of Scottish resistance was taken up by Robert the Bruce, who lead his countrymen to victory and freedom from English domination at the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314.

Elsing Green Plantation, rests along the Pamunkey River in King William Co., Virginia, near Richmond. The 18th-century plantation has been in continuous operation for more than 300 years. The exterior of the Queen Anne manor house is Flemish-bond brickwork, with its erection dating back to between 1715 & 1720. It is two-stories & U-shaped, with east & west wings jutting to the north. Doors on either side of the wing lead to a detached east dependency home & a west kitchen house.

Natchez, Mississippi---"First settled by French . . ."

Elsing Green Manor, King William County. 1758. The property's original dwelling house, a still-standing brick Jacobean lodge, was built in 1690, and the flanking original kitchen house dates to 1715.

- Elsing Green, State Route 632 vicinity, West Point, King William County, VA

Native American Indian by pnwguy, via Flickr

Made between 1766 and 1770, this teapot boldly proclaims opposition to the British tax on all printed materials. Research by Museum curators indicates that there are no known identical teapots to this one. #seriouslyamazing