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In light of this revelation, and the ambiguity of the descriptions given in the Wren Reports, we could assume that this "drain tunnel" found under the front of the Wren Building is actually something much more. 66 Kocher, A. Lawrence. Benjamin Waller House Architectural Report (Block 1, Building 16) (Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Library Research Report Series #1002). Williamsburg, VA: Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1953, pg. 9. 67 Kocher, A. Lawrence. Benjamin Waller House Architectural Report (Block 1, Building 16) (Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Library Research Report Series #1002).

The work was completed in 1907 at a cost of $27,000. In 1907, to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the founding of the first permanent extension of the English Church at the Jamestown settlement, King Edward VII gave the Bruton Church a large Bible, and President Theodore Roosevelt donated a bronze lectern to hold it. They are still being used today, located near the crossing of the church, and the gravestones of British Governor Francis Fauquier (who died in 1768, site# 157) and the patriot Edmund Pendleton (site# 156) who are buried beneath the marble flagstones.

Williamsburg, VA: Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1953, pg. 9. 67 Kocher, A. Lawrence. Benjamin Waller House Architectural Report (Block 1, Building 16) (Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Library Research Report Series #1002). Williamsburg, VA: Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1953, pg. 17. 68 Kocher, A. Lawrence. Benjamin Waller House Architectural Report (Block 1, Building 16) (Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Library Research Report Series #1002). Williamsburg, VA: Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1953, pg.

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