Home of Ira & Sadie Updegrove

Muir, PA (Torn down in 2018)

Earl Updegrove (on right) standing behind the Updegrove family home in Muir, PA.

Graham Farm

Home of Maggie & W.R. Graham

Gable Farm Rd, between Leesburg and Hamilton. W.R. & Maggie moved their family to this farm from Tazewell, VA in 1904.

Graham Farm

Home of Maggie & W.R. Graham

Graham family - Circa 1910

Graham Farm - Home of Maggie & W.R. Graham

Kathleen Arnold Graham (Granny) holding Bonnie.


Jason Arnold Farm (Above)

between Lovettsville and Lucketts

John Arnold Farm (Below) - Named “Arcadia”, about 4 miles north of Leesburg on Route 15. A founding Trustee/Director of Peoples National Bank, John Arnold owned several large farms in Loudoun County. In his will he left one farm to each of his sons. Son Joe inherited Arcadia. Son Jason inherited the above farm. Son John received what is now known as the Firestone Farm (AKA Catoctin Stud), located north of Waterford on Loyalty Rd. Son James died by drowning while a student at VMI.

Home of Kathleen & Charles Graham

(Granny & Pops)

141 Orchard Ave, Purcellville, VA

Pops collected from the mountain all of the stone for the house

Home of Bonnie & Earl Updegrove

1103 Kennedy St, Falls Church, VA

Built in 1950

The Yakey Farm

Thomas & Eliza Yakey

This farm is located on the southeast corner of Taylorstown Rd and Lovettsville Rd. In the northern part of Loudoun County, VA. The farm, originally 140 acres, first came into the Yakey family when Simon Yakey bought it in 1832. The house above was built in 1838 and still stands. The farm was inherited by Simon’s grandson Thomas Simon Yakey in 1870. After Eliza died the property was purchased by Thomas and Eliza’s daughter (Katherine Bondeena Yakey) and her husband Jason Arnold. They sold the farm in 1933. The farm was in the Yakey family for 101 years. Most recently the farm (now roughly 50 acres) was purchased in 2019 and became the Flying Ace Brewery.