Rezen Willcoxon

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Title

Rezen Willcoxon

Subject

Rezen Willcoxon

Description

Headstone of Capt. Rezen Willcoxon. He built the original house on the Blenheim property in Fairfax, Virginia which burned down in the 1850's. It was rebuilt by his son Albert and remains standing today. Rezen owned about 1000 acres of land in Fairfax County. Was a Captain of the Militia in the War of 1812. He owned and ran a tavern in Fairfax City. The headstone reads, "In Memory Of Capt. Rezen Willcoxen, Died Nov. 28th 1855. Aged 84 years. He was a soldier in the War of 1812

Creator

Bart Altmann, Juan Miguel Fernandez

Source

Civil War Interpretive Center at Historic Blenheim

Date

1771 - 1855

Language

English

Coverage

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1771 - 1855

Citation

Bart Altmann, Juan Miguel Fernandez, “Rezen Willcoxon,” My Cemetery, accessed March 21, 2019, http://mycemetery.org/items/show/564.