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Los Angeles, CA: Veritat Foundation, 1984, pg. 291. 54 Whether it was because of their colonial kinship, or something else, there seemed to be a distinct connection between the Bruton Church and the William and Mary College. Between 1710 and 1859, 9 of the 14 Rectors were either a President or a professor at the college– a period of about 110 years. There were high-boxed pews with doors to protect parishioners from drafts of wind in the unheated church. Men sat on the north or right side, while women sat on the left.

King Street began at a point 32 feet east of the eastern wall of the current Maupin House, which is now the location of the Saunders House. According to the map, the building on the corner of King Street, sat on property extending back to Francis Street, was 40' X 27' and adjacent to a small building (20' X 18') to the west, whose foundations extended under the Maupin foundation. The 1931 archaeological study of the property uncovered the foundations of a colonial house (six feet from the street, with outside chimneys at the east and west), as well as the 19th century addition.

Construction was completed in 1755. Patriots such as Patrick Henry, Richard Henry Lee, George Wythe, and George Mason attended services there. Future Presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe, John Tyler, and Benjamin Harrison attended services there for an extended period of time, as well as Chief Justice John Marshall. 54 Hall, Marie Bauer. Quest For Bruton Vault: An American Williamsburg Happening. Los Angeles, CA: Veritat Foundation, 1984, pg. 291. 46 The Church still has in its possession the lectern-size Book of Common Prayers (1751), in which most people believe that it was Rev.

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