Monday, November 2, 2009
Lee House-Lexington, VA
The Lee House was built for General Robert E. Lee while he was President of Washington and Lee. In October 1870, R.E. Lee died in the dining room, and was buried in the crypt of Lee Chapel on campus.
A brick stable for Lee’s famous horse, Traveller, was attached off a back corner, and to this day, they still keep hay in it in case Traveller returns. I will show a picture of the stable tomorrow.
The house is closed to the public.
For more information on the house and Gen. R. E. Lee, CLICK HERE
And for another great read, Carriage Rides and Confederate Ghosts, CLICK HERE