#65715: Worsell Manor

Snowy trees and lawn surround Worsell Manor in the wintertime. Worsell Manor was patented on June 5th, 1685 to Major Peter Sayer, and later, was acquired by the Heath family. It is constructed architecturally in the Charles I style. General George Washington visited the manor according to an entry made in his diary on May 14, 1773. "Din'd and lodg'd at Mr. DL. Heath's" the entry reads. Washington was traveling with his step-son Jackie Custis, on his way to King's College (now Columbia University) in New York.

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