Submitted by FHMaster on Sun, 12/18/2016 - 11:24

Aberdeen is a historic plantation house located several miles north of Disputanta, Prince George County, Virginia. It was built sometime between 1790 and 1810, by Thomas Cocke. In 1790 Thomas inherited a 1,685-acre portion of his father's estate, Bonnacord, which he named "Aberdeen." Thomas's brother, John P. Cocke, inherited the remainder of Bonnacord. Thomas married Sarah Colley, daughter of Nathaniel and Martha Batte Colley of Tar Bay Plantation located about five miles west of Bonnacord.

Aberdeen on State Route 10.jpg

 

Location
15301 State Route 10, Disputanta, Virginia
State
GeoCoord
37°13′35″N 77°08′43″W
Owners
Thomas Cocke
Founded
Circa 1810
Status
Active
Address
15301 James River Dr., Disputanta, Virginia
NRHP Ref Number
01001569