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Fulks Run Woman Unearths Family History

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Posted: October 26, 2013

After her father, a Union soldier, died at Libby Prison — a Confederate-held prisoner-of-war camp located in Richmond — Dorcas Aubrey (left) was raised by her mother, Evaline (right), at Heavner Homestead. (Photo by Courtesy Photo/Judy Liskey)
After her father, a Union soldier, died at Libby Prison — a Confederate-held prisoner-of-war camp located in Richmond — Dorcas Aubrey was raised by her mother, Evaline at Heavner Homestead. (Photo by Courtesy Photo/Judy Liskey)
Judy and Leon Liskey knew their two-story wooden house in Fulks Run was full of history.

Built by Leon’s great-great grandparents, William and Johanna Heavner, in 1852, the home had been passed...

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