Walk In The Footprints Of History

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• Patsy Cline • William Wilcher • Mel Greenberg • Cy Twombly • Chief Cornstalk
• Phil “Dixie” Nunn• Mike Seeger • Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson
                                                                                                                                 

The Rockbridge Historical Society invites you to stroll through the streets of downtown  Lexington and discover our historic sidewalk pavers.    Each “Story Stone” commemorates a “significant, deceased person in our local history whose work and deeds have left an important, interesting, or colorful mark on the Rockbridge community and beyond.”

To learn more about any Righteous or Rascal, Click on the Tab at top for:

  BIOS AND STORIES

These short biographies expand on each paver’s engraved “thumbnails” with details about the person’s life and their connection to Rockbridge County. Also included are visual images, and maps directing you to local sites associated with that person.

For more, Click to Webpage for:

The Rockbridge Historical Society    

rochist@hotmail.com

Walk the “Story Stones” in Historic Downtown Lexington

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Click for News Stories on RRR Trail, Tours, Origin    

Roanoke Times Column on RRR Grand Opening 2016

WDBJ News Video on RRR Black History Walking Tour 2017

WLU Rockbridge Report Video (2014 Preview, below):

 

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