Legacy Stone Campaign

For over 230 years, the Burwell-Morgan Mill has stood as a symbol of Clarke County’s rich history.  It is the crown jewel of the Clarke County Historical Association with generations telling countless stories about their experiences at the Mill. However, maintaining this iconic historic structure presents financial challenges. 

You can help us preserve the Burwell-Morgan Mill for future generations through our Legacy Stone Campaign.  For a pledge of $5,000, we will add your plaque onto our Legacy Stone that will be displayed in perpetuity at the Mill.  These plaques are a great way to honor family members and friends.   Contributions can be made through the donation of stocks.  Three-year payment plans of $1,667 per year are also accepted.  All contributions to the Legacy Stone Campaign go towards capital projects at the Burwell-Morgan Mill.  These projects include the stabilization of the Mill dam, replacing the wooden siding, stone repair work, and improvements to the water wheel.

With your support towards the Legacy Stone Campaign you will help us preserve the Mill for future generations, so that more experiences can be shared.

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Many thanks to those who have contributed towards the Legacy Stone Campaign:
Dr. Belinda Burwell and Mr. Jim Klenkar
Mrs. Beverly Byrd
Ted and Sandra Guarriello
Frances D. Jones
Mrs. Gertrude E. Jones
Bill and Charito Kruvant
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McIntosh
Susan R. Muir
Donn Neal
Bryan and Beth Plater
Bryan Plater
David and Sheela Plater
David D. Plater
George Plater
Catlin Preston
Fraser Preston
Rebecca Preston
The Pruitt Foundation
Anne Robinson
Toto Robinson
Ivens Robinson and Dodge Hobson
R. Courtney Robinson
R. Plater Robinson
Sam Robinson
William S. Robinson
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Talley
Dr. Mary Triplette

This campaign has ended