Samuel Davis comes to Providence

The Louisa County Historical Society Presents:

A Special Event
to Thank Our Volunteers and Supporters

It is our privilege to invite you and a guest to a visit from
The Reverend Samuel Davies at historic Providence Church in Gum Spring on Sunday, November 15th, at 2:00 p.m.

We hope each of you will honor us with your presence and allow us to express our appreciation for all you have done to support the Jail and Sargeant Museums. As you may know, Reverend Samuel Davies helped
found Providence Presbyterian Church in 1747 and greatly influenced the faith and rhetorical style of Patrick Henry. You many not know Mr. John Hamant, who has graciously accepted our invitation to bring Mr. Davies back to life in what promises to be an exceptional program.

Refreshments to follow.

R.S.V.P. to louisahistory@verizon.net or 540-967-5975.

John R. Hamant as The Reverend Samuel Davies
In his twenty-five years with Colonial Williamsburg, John Hamant held the positions of Senior Archaeologist,
Character Interpreter, Manager and Director of Evening and Special Programs, and Director of Special Events and
Protocol. Personages for whom he has developed character interpretations include Lord Botetourt, Peyton Randolph, John Greenhow, and Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Now semi-retired, John works as a writer, consultant, interpreter of persons of the past, and continues to perform in Colonial Williamsburg’s evening programs.

Directions: From the intersection of I-64 and Rt. 522, go south toward Gum Spring on Rt. 522. At the
light (Rt. 250), turn right. In about 1/2 mile you will turn right onto Three Chopt Road.
The church is the first driveway on the right. You won’t miss the sign.

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