Patriotic Service
Promoting our national heritage through historic preservation, patriotic service and education.


Membership in the organization is by sponsorship only. Members must be lineal descendants of an ancestor who rendered significant service to his country during the Colonial period before July 5, 1776.

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Wilton House Museum

Wilton House Museum

Wilton is an 18th century James River plantation mansion built around 1750 by William Randolph, III. It was moved 14 miles up the James River to its present site for preservation by the Virginia Society in 1934.

Visit Wilton House Museum


In addition to its broad based activities in the museum field, the Society sponsors a number of scholarship programs and other historic preservation, patriotic service and educational projects to further the aims and objects of the Society.