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Historical Marker At Watson Avenue House

Historical Marker At Watson Avenue House

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The Virginia Department of Historic Resources has approved a new historical marker for a house near Park Street. The state’s new marker will be placed outside “Enderly” in the 600-block of Watson Avenue. Enderly was the home of William Gordon, who was the Clerk of the House of Delegates (pictured) throughout the Civil War.

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