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Stop by Westmoreland County Museum to see our current exhibits, running through mid-November. “Law & Order: In honor of Buddy Jackson”. If you can’t make it in person to see our exhibits, watch our “Law & Order” video on Buddy Jackson here: Law & Order Video
Grant United Methodist Church Methodists have been meeting in the Lerty area of Westmoreland County since the 1870’s. They used a field school that was located on the property of Frances Lucy Belfield and then the home of Mrs. Stella Wroe for their meetings. The first Church building was constructed in 1883 under […]
What follows is the text of the document (with signatures) known as Leedstown Resolves, or Westmoreland Resolves, a courageous protest against the Stamp Act,executed on 27 February 1766 by the Westmoreland County, Virginia citizens whose names are listed at the end of the document — this identical text may be seen on a marble […]
New to Westmoreland County Museum’s collection: a 1862 Westmoreland County, VA Confederate dollar bill. It was donated by Charles Sydnor in memory of Robert Washington Sydnor. Thank you, Charles, for your wonderful donation!
Images from this years Montross Fall Festival with displays at the Wakefield Furniture Building.
For Bridget Gillions memories of her first business in Montross, 25 years ago, are bittersweet. The shop, Earlene’s Flowers & Gifts was torn down in 2008.
Premiering for the Fall Festival, Judie Delano will be showcasing her extensive 30-year collection of Mourning Jewelry at the Westmoreland County Museum.