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  • Lisa Bonner

    Sunnyside Plantation, Newsoms, Virginia... this is where my grandfather W.H. Musgrave grew up, with his Aunt Lula Pope... my last visit was about 30 years ago... @Lucy Bonner

  • Madelyn Pickin Lawrence

    Sunnyside Plantation, Newsoms, Virginia... this is where my grandfather W.H. Musgrave grew up, with his Aunt Lula Pope... my last visit was about 30 years ago... @Lucy Kemp Kemp Bonner

  • Lisa Bonner
    Lisa Bonner • 2 years ago

    my grandfather grew up in this home after his mother died in childbirth... her twin sister was Lula pope, who lived here... haven't visited in 30 years -- thanks for posting :)

  • Chloe' Pickle
    Chloe' Pickle • 2 years ago

    Lisa what was your grandfathers name?

  • Lisa Bonner
    Lisa Bonner • 2 years ago

    his name was William Harrison Musgrave -- his mother was Lalla Pope; these Pope sisters both married Musgrave brothers. The Musgrave plantation was just down the road a bit; 30 years ago it was about to fall down, though I did get to walk through the house. My mother was Will Musgrave's only child -- he came to TX after graduating from Virginia Polytech...

  • Elaine Hurst
    Elaine Hurst • 20 weeks ago

    I too have ancestors who lived here. A very long time ago.

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