Eppington on the Appomattox

“Eppington On The Appomattox” by Martha W. McCartney describes native peoples and the colonization of Jamestown Island and the Appomattox River Basin. The history of Francis Eppes’ family in Chesterfield County, Virginia contains information drawn from court records, archives, and overseas repositories. Documented research on Eppington reveals a well-built gentry home designed in a period of growth and expansion and explores advent scientific farming and economic ventures in mining and railroads. The physical structure of a large working plantation and the relationships of families are described in this narrative in early life of Chesterfield County.

On sale now!

Cost

  • $25
  • $30 if mailed

Accepted payment

  • Check (made payable to the Eppington Foundation)
  • Cash

Where to buy

  • Parks & Recreation Administration Building, 6801 Mimms Loop, Chesterfield (8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday)
  • Heritage Day