Tales of the Towles family and mid-1900s rural life to be presented

The next program in the Lancaster Virginia Historical Society’s Zooming In On Local History Virtual Speaker Series will be presented at 3 p.m. Thursday, June 17.

William H. “Will” Towles Jr. will present “Towles Tales and Growing Up in Rural Lancaster in the 1950s-60s.”

He will talk about the Towles family, which has been in Lancaster since 1711, and share stories of his childhood and rural life in the upper county areas of Beach Creek and Towles Point on the Rappahannock River, said executive director Karen Hart. He will reflect on topics such as….

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