Woodbridge (plantation)

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Woodbridge was a plantation formerly located on the Occoquan River in Prince William County, Virginia, across from Colchester. There was a ferry there. George Mason, a United States founding father, willed the land to Thomas Mason, his youngest son, in 1792. The unincorporated city of Woodbridge takes its name from the plantation.


"Woodbridge". George Mason's Plantations and Landholdings. Gunston Hall Plantation official website. Archived from the original on July 27, 2001. Retrieved January 15, 2010.