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  • George Washington (1732 - 1799) First president of the U.S.. He also led the U.S. Continental Army to victory over Britain in the Revolutionary War. Born in Westmoreland County. I marked you up Vlad. Some fool marked you down here :(
  • Robert E. Lee. He loved Virgina so much that he turned down President Lincoln's offer to command the Army of the Potomac so that he could stay with the Virginia side.
  • Pharell Williams
  • Me! LOL!
  • Well, she had a son Jack with the actor Antonio Sabato, but I'm not sure if he's as famous as is mom yet.
  • i guess if your a giants fan you could say plexico
  • Take your pick: Richard Arlen actor, Charlottesville Arthur Ashe tennis player, Richmond Pearl Bailey singer, Newport News Russell Baker columnist, Loudoun Cty Warren Beatty actor, Richmond George Bingham painter, Augusta Cty Richard E. Byrd polar explorer, Winchester Willa Cather author, Winchester Roy Clark country music artist, Meaherrin William Clark explorer, Caroline Cty Henry Clay statesman, Hanover Cty Joseph Cotten actor, Petersburg Ella Fitzgerald jazz singer, Newport News William H. Harrison U.S. president, Charles City County Patrick Henry statesman, Hanover Cty Sam Houston political leader, Rockbridge Cty Thomas Jefferson U.S. president, Shadwell Robert E. Lee Confederate general, Stratford Meriwether Lewis explorer, Ambemarle Cty Shirley MacLaine actress, Richmond James Madison U.S. president, Port Conway John Marshall jurist, Germantown Cyrus Hall McCormick inventor, Rockbridge Cty James Monroe U.S. president, Westmoreland Opechancanough Powhatan leader John Payne actor, Roanoke Walter Reed army surgeon, Gloucester Cty Matthew Ridgway Army Chief of Staff, Fort Monroe Bill Bojangles Robinson dancer, Richmond George C. Scott actor, Wise Sam Snead golfer, Hot Springs James Jeb Stuart Confederate army officer, Patrick Cty Thomas Sumter General, Hanover Cty Zachary Taylor U.S. president, Orange Cty Nat Turner leader of slave uprising, Southhampton Cty John Tyler U.S. president, Charles City Booker T. Washington educator, Franklin Cty George Washington first U.S. president, Westmoreland James E. West inventor, Prince Edward Cty Woodrow Wilson U.S. president, Staunton Tom Wolfe journalist, Richmond
  • The first 6 Presidents Robert E Lee

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