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For a group tour or visit to our historical house museum, call LeeAnne Ball , our Historical Interpreter  at  804-748-1498


Mrs. Marcus CogbillBuilt in 1822 by William Winfree, Magnolia Grange is a handsome Federal-style plantation house named after the circle of magnolia trees that once graced its front lawn. It was originally part of a large land grant to John Worsham in 1691. Here also were a tavern and gristmill in addition to the residence and its dependencies.  The families who have called Magnolia Grange home -- the Winfrees, and later the DuVals and the Cogbills (Mrs. Emily Cogbill -see picture insert) -- all have made important contributions to life in Chesterfield County and the Commonwealth of Virginia..

Tours are $5.00 for adults; $4.00 for seniors; $3.00 for students w/ ID; $2.00 for scheduled student groups. Discount w/ AAA membership.   Suggested Admission is $2 the Chesterfield County Museum and $1.00 for the Old Jail..  The Chesterfield Historical Society of Virgina's gift shop is located inside Magnolia Grange.  Portions of this article were extracted from the book, "Chesterfield County, Early Architecture and Historic Sites,  Jeffrey  M.  O'Dell, 1983, County of Chesterfield, Virginia" :  (On sale at the Magnolia Grange Gift Shop or at the Chesterfield Historical Society of Virginia)   

Additional information and photographs of Historic Magnolia Grange can be found in the Historical Society Library at Historic Trinity Church at 10101 Iron Bridge Rd, Chesterfield. The Chesterfield Historical Society of Virginia manages several historic sites. 

Pictured is Mrs. Marcus Cogbill 

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Historic Magnolia Grange, located at 10020 Iron Bridge Road in Chesterfield, is a Virginia Historic Landmark and is on the National Register of Historic Places.  It is a two story, pre-Civil War, white painted brick laid in Flemish bond at the front and American bond at the sides and the rear.  The house is a double-piled, central passage plan house, with four interior end chimneys. 

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The Chesterfield Historical Society of Virginia Headquarters and research library has moved into the old historic Trinity Church .  See the news media information.  Please contact us:  (804)796-7121.  Hours of Operation:  Monday-Friday from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm.


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