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Tudor Grove
Albemarle County, Virginia

Tudor Grove, built by William Lewis Dunkum in 1832, was the boyhood home of Confederate Colonel John Singleton Mosby. The property today is surrounded by the Mosby Mountain subdivision on Old Lynchburg Road.

Photograph courtesy of Ed Lay.

"History, by apprising them of the past,
will enable them to judge of the future."
-- Thomas Jefferson, 1786

The Albemarle County Historic Preservation Committee is charged with protecting the County's historic and cultureal resources. The Committee takes an active role in identifying and documenting structures of importance to the community.

The Historic Preservation Plan was adopted by the Board of Supervisors on September 6, 2000 and was prepared by a Historic Preservation Committee that was appointed by the Board in May 1995. The Historic Preservation Plan is an amendment to the Comprehensive Plan, and provides a framework for public involvement in protecting the community's historic resources. It reviews the County's history, and emphasizes education, financial incentives, and partnerships among all interest groups.

HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMITTEE
Jared Loewenstein, Chairman Christine S. Devine
Sean Dougherty Emilie Johnson
K. Edward Lay Steven G. Meeks
Ross Stevens Peter Wiley
Jeff Werner Liz Russell
Dennis Dutterer Richard Randolph
Planning Commission liaison
 
Ann Mallek
Board of Supervisors liaison

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

USEFUL LINKS & RESOURCES
Federal & State Rehabilitation Tax Credits
Historic Preservation Plan 
Historic Preservation Tax Credits / Request for Information
Ed Lay's The Architecture of Jefferson Country
The Archaeology of Albemarle County by Jeffrey Hantman 
From the Monacans to Monticello and Beyond: Prehistoric and Historic Countexts for Albemarle County, Virginia 
Historic Architectural Survey of Albemarle County Villages