Walney: Two Centuries of a Northern Virginia Plantation
History and Archaeology Section, Office of Comprehensive Planning, 1984 - Plantations - 118 pages
The plantation Walney is now located in Fairfax County, Virginia. The estate was started by Thomas Brown in the mid-1700's and held by his descendants until 1843. It was purchased by Lewis H. Machen and held by his family until 1935 when it was again sold. The size of the plantation fluctuated with the fortunes of the families who owned it.
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