Monthly Archives: June 2011

Early Sterling Resident, JH Manning

From The Baltimore Sun, March 17, 1891: JH Manning, a well-known citizen and soldier of the late Confederate army, died at his residence, near Sterling, Loudoun county, Friday, aged sixty-three. Who was Captain Jacob Hite Manning, Confederate soldier? Follow this … Continue reading

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Bill Allen Field Opening – August 1973

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Sheridan Tapped To Fill Sterling School Board Seat

http://www.leesburg2day.com/news/article_86b381ba-96e8-11e0-9967-001cc4c03286.html

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McGimsey Initiative Seeks Solution For Eastern Loudoun ‘Traffic Funnel’

http://www.leesburg2day.com/news/article_d9b92430-9c44-11e0-9626-001cc4c03286.html

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WaPo: Uncovering Loudoun’s graveyards

http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/uncovering-loudouns-graveyards/2011/06/01/AGzyJHKH_story.html

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WaPo: Ken Cuccinelli wants Dulles rail to die

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-state-of-nova/post/ken-cuccinelli-wants-dulles-rail-to-die/2011/06/05/AGojGtJH_blog.html

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