Four generations of the Lee family lived at Stratford Hall, one of the great houses of American history, including the only two brother to sign the Declaration of Independence, Richard Henry Lee and Francis Lightfoot Lee, and Revolutionary War hero “Light Horse Harry” Lee and his son Civil War General Robert E. Lee. The Great House on the expansive grounds of Stratford Hall has a massive sugar maple located to the left of the house.
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Lee Family Plantation
A National Historic Landmark, Stratford Hall preserves the legacy of the Lee family and its surrounding community, inspires an appreciation of America’s past, and encourages commitment to the ideals of leadership, honor, independent thought, and civic responsibility. Established by Thomas Lee in the 1730s, Stratford Hall is one of the great houses of American history. Four generations of the Lee family passed through its stately doors including Richard Henry Lee and Francis Lightfoot Lee, the only two brothers to sign the Declaration of Independence, Revolutionary War hero “Light Horse Harry” Lee, and his son, Civil War General Robert E. Lee, who was born at Stratford Hall in 1807.Read More