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June 8, 2017 / Joanne Yeck

Davidson’s Orchard at Cherry Hill

End Board, Davidson’s Orchard. Courtesy Bill Davidson.

According to Rosa G. Williams’ survey of Cherry Hill, written in 1937 for the Virginia Historical Inventory, several generations of the Davidson family owned Cherry Hill in Buckingham County.

Their orchards, not limited to cherries, were enjoyed beyond the limits of the county. Peaches and apples were popular additions.

For more about the orchards, please visit the Slate River Ramblings posts listed below.

If you have personal memories of visiting or working at the orchards, please comment.

World War II: German POWs Pick Buckingham Peaches

Remembering Summers in Buckingham County


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