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Title Santillane
Dates of Creation 2007
Scope & Content Historical account of the history of "Santillane", one of Botetourt County's historic homes, prepared by Malcolm W. Bryan, III. The account presents the owners of the home from its beginning to 1950, when Annie Spencer died.
Year Range from 1857
Year Range to 1950
Subjects Houses
Historic buildings
World War I
Search Terms Santillane (residence)
Botetourt County, Virginia
Fincastle, Virginia
Daleville, Virginia
Fotheringay (residence)
Scott family
Spencer family
Bowyer family
Hancock family
Washington College (now Washington & Lee)
Washington & Lee University
Hampden-Sydney College
Charlotte County, Virginia
Shelbyville, Kentucky
Hinsdale, Illinois
Kappa Alpha Fraternity
West End Presbyterian Church, Roanoke, Va.
American Revolution
Revolutionary War
World War I
People Hancock, George
Spencer, Annie Eliza, Miss
Beatty, Howard
Woodson, Grace (Mrs. William M.)
Woodson, William M.
Brugh, Benjamin William
Brugh, Estherline (Mrs. Benjamin William)
Scott, Eliza M.
Scott, William Nelson, Rev.
Scott, Archibald, Rev.
Schmidt, (Unknown), (catcher)
Spencer, Mary Jane (Scott) (Mrs. Rbt. Bouldin Spencer)
Spencer, Robert Bouldin
Spencer, Henry
Spencer, Howard
Scott, A.R.
Stoner, Robert D.
Spencer, Howard S.
Beatty, Bertha (Mrs. Howard)
Scott, Stanhope
Scott, William
Scott, John A., Rev.
Stoner, Ivan Plank (Mrs. Robert D.)
Spencer, Thomas, Col.
Spencer, Mary Gray
Breckinridge, James
Brandsford, T. H.
Breckinridge, Cary, Col.
Breckinridge, Mary Gray (Spencer)(Mrs. James)
Collection History Museum of Western Virginia
Imagefile 042\2007381-4.JPG
Number of images 3
Object Name Documents
Catalog Number 2007.38.1
Extent of Description 1-document, 3 typed pages with footnotes, 8 1/2" x 11"