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Oxon Hill Manor   (circa 1928)
6901 Oxon Hill Road
Oxon Hill, MD 20745

The land and former mansion, destroyed by fire in 1895; was home to the nephews of George Washington and the nephew of John Hanson, the first president elected by the Continental Congress under the Articles of Confederation. Designed by Count Jules Henri de Sibour and built for Sumner Welles, Undersecretary of State in the Franklin D. Roosevelt administration; the present 49-room, Georgian-style manor house features a museum for fine art and John Hanson memorabilia. A frequent visitor of Oxon Hill Manor, Hanson died here in 1783 and is believed to be buried in the estate’s cemetery. Oxon Hill Manor is available for meetings, receptions, weddings and other special events.

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