On November 18, 2019, the Colonel William Grayson Chapter presented Certificates of Appreciation to the Prince William County Sheriff and four of his officers. The Certificates of Appreciation were for the Sheriff’s support of the Colonel William Grayson Chapter’s October 12 grave marking for Foushee Tebbs, a Patriot who served Virginia and Prince William County for many years and in many capacities, including a term as Sheriff of Prince William County in 1777.
Sheriff Glendell Hill addressed the attendees at the grave marking, expressing his appreciation for the SAR’s recognition of the continuity in the Prince William County Sheriff’s Department from the Revolution to today.
The Sheriff’s Color Guard joined with the VASSAR Color Guard under the direction of the VASSAR Color Guard Commander, Ken Bonner, with the Sheriff’s Color Guard carrying the National Colors as the colors were advanced and presented.Submitted by Mike Weyler.
In the photo below:
left to right: Curtis Robb, Chairman of the Grave Marking and Registration Committees, Prince William County Sheriff Glendell Hill, Lt. Angie Miller, Chief Deputy Terry Fearnley, Michael Weyler, President of the Col. William Grayson Chapter, and Thad Hartman, Founding President of the William Grayson chapter. Not shown are Sgt. Angel Tyson and Deputy Sheng Song.