3 edition of John Handley and the Handley bequests to Winchester, Virginia found in the catalog.
John Handley and the Handley bequests to Winchester, Virginia
Garland R. Quarles
Bibliography: p. v-vii (1st group).
|Statement||by Garland R. Quarles.|
|Contributions||Farmers and Merchants National Bank (Winchester, Va.)|
|LC Classifications||F234.W8 H366|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 105, viii p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||105|
|LC Control Number||79313872|
Handley Library is a historic library building located at West Piccadilly Street in Winchester, Virginia, United ted in , construction of the Beaux-Arts style building was funded by a wealthy Pennsylvania businessman. The building serves as the main branch for Winchester's library system. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) and Virginia Architect: John Stewart Barney, Henry Otis Chapman. Handley High School Alumni Class of likes. Alumni and Friends of the John Handley High School Class of , Winchester, ers:
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Scope and Content: This collection contains information pertaining to the probation of John Handley’s will. It includes court cases challenging the bequests in favor of establishing educational institutions in Winchester, VA (USA) and also information concerning the John Handley and the Handley bequests to Winchester body for administering the bequests, the Handley Board of Trustees.
: John Handley and the Handley Bequests (): Quarles, Garland R.: Books. All three sites that Handley’s bequest helped establish — Handley Library, John Handley High School and Douglas School — are on the state and national historic registers.
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When the John Handley School opened in Winchester, Virginia in the fall ofthe impressive structure and its carefully landscaped grounds were the culmination of a process that began in with the death of Judge John Handley of Scranton, Pennsylvania, a man who had never lived in the city that was to benefit from his fortune.
For reasons known only to himself, Handley left the city of. WINCHESTER — The story of Judge John Handley’s financial gift to Winchester is one most area residents can recite from memory. What’s less well known is why he did what he did.
John Handley, born about in Augusta County, Virginia, married Mary Harrison, daughter of Colonel Benjamin Harrison of Cumberland County, Virginia, about died Janu He became a prominent citizen of Monroe Co., where his name appears on record books associated with his cousins, Archibald Handley, James Handley and.
Notes for John Handley: John Handley served as Patriot during the American Revolution. Some confusion exists between this John Handley of Monroe Co., and John Handley of Jefferson Co. (now Kentucky), once thought to be the same man.
He was a Major in in the Virginia Militia, th Regiment, during the Whiskey Size: KB. John Handley High School is an endowed public high school located in the city of Winchester, was founded by a grant from Judge John Handley, hence the school mascot, the uction on Handley High School started inand continues to the present on: Handley Blvd., Winchester, Virginia.
Buildings Closed to the Public - Holds Suspended - Digital Materials Available. Read more here. Handley Regional Library System. The Story of One Hundred Old Homes in Winchester, Virginia, Garland R. Quarles. A reprint of Quarles’s work, based on court records and deeds, contains descriptions of homes and traces title changes.
Category: Local Histories. John Handley and the Handley Bequests $. Upon his death, Judge Handley bequeathed $, to Winchester to be invested by its leaders. When the investment reached a value of $, it was to. John Kerr School opens- first modern public school named for local childless cabinet-maker John Kerr, whose will provides for funding education of poor children of Winchester.
Judge John Handley's bequest- Pennsylvania Judge loves "southern City" and bequeaths funding for Handley High School, Handley Library, School for Black Students, and. The second best result is John E Handley age 50s in Falls Church, VA.
They have also lived in Roanoke, VA and Arlington, VA plus 1 other location. John is related to Miriam J Handley and Sarah M Handley as well as 4 additional people.
Select this result to view John E Handley's phone number, address, and more. Handley Library was opened to the public in Augustthrough a bequest from Judge John Handley of Scranton, PA.
In addition to full library services, Handley Library houses the Stewart Bell Jr. Archives, whose collections specialize in the nine Virginia and West Virginia counties who make up the original Frederick County, Virginia.
“A Prominent Place” Winchester’s Years in 50 Artifacts $ ; Battles of Milburn $ ; Forestry at It’s Best $ ; Frederick County, Virginia: History Through Architecture $ ; John Handley and the Handley Bequests $ ; Journal 24 – $ ; Journal III, $ ; Journal IV, $ ; Journal V, John Handley and the Handley bequests to Winchester, Virginia by Garland R.
Quarles 1 edition - first published in Written works: The story of one hundred old homes in Winchester, Virginia. John Handley High School; John Kerr Elementary School; Virginia Avenue Charlotte DeHart Elementary School; Parents" Parent Resources; Closings & Cancellations; Mike Dufrene, Principal Handley Blvd.
Winchester, VA P F [email protected] - John Handley, a Pennsylvania judge, makes a bequest to establish a free public library in Winchester. - C. Vernon Eddy becomes a Freemason. - The Eddy Press, owned by C. Vernon Eddy and his brother, declares bankruptcy. But Winchester’s case is unique, partly because the gift came so long ago.
JOHN SCHROTH: Judge Handley died in His will was invested in Virginia bonds. And then, inthe Handley Library was built from that money John Schroth is president of the Handley Board of Trustees, which now controls an endowment of 4 million dollars.Get directions, reviews and information for John Handley High School in Winchester, VA.
John Handley High School Handley Blvd Winchester VA Reviews () Website. Menu & Reservations Make Reservations. Order Online Tickets Tickets See Availability Location: Handley Blvd, Winchester,VA.John Handley High School, Winchester, Virginia (VA) () - E Knox Ave, Spokane Valley WA, is not affiliated with and is independent of any school, school district, alumni association or any other sites.