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1806 Purchase 1.jpg
This 1806 deed of land to Rezen Willcoxon indicates he purchased about 129 acres in the Fairfax area for $900.

1805 Purchase 2.jpg
This deed indicates Rezen Willcoxon and his father Josiah Willcoxon first purchased land in Fairfax in 1805. Much of this original land was in execution of a will and therefore they paid a minimal amount for the approximately 380 acres.

Picture of the historic Blenheim Estate located at 3610 Old Lee Highway, Fairfax, VA. Once owned by Rezen Willcoxon, and his son Albert T. Willcoxon. It has been established as a historic center due to the numerous poems, drawings, and other written…

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…
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