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|Discussion at cemetery: Charles Poland, John and E.B.||Freedmen's School|
|Lecture on street, Waterford||Samuel Means lost his mill and home in Waterford because he fought the Confederacy|
After their surrender at Waterford Church, the Loudoun Rangers were paroled. Later they suffered heavy losses near Leesburg. In 1864, the Loudoun Rangers were disbanded and incorporated into the regular Union Army.
Waterford is a nice place to visit.
|Samuel Means' House, Waterford||The Arch House|