The owners of the Moncure Conway House are members of the Stafford County Historical Society and together have worked to promote public awareness of the great humanitarian Moncure Conway through magazine, newspaper articles, displays, and meetings open to the public. Many people are unaware of this unique American who gave up his Southern aristocratic birthright to stand by his convictions and advocate for individual rights and freedom. He led over 30 souls to freedom while his two brothers were in the Confederate army. It is hoped in the future to create the Moncure Conway Foundation that will be instrumental in interpreting the home and life of Moncure Conway, also making the site more open to the public.
Visitor Information: Currently open to public.
Location: 305 King St., Falmouth, Stafford, 22405
National Park Unit: No
Ownership: Norman and Lenetta Schools
Location Type: Site