Historic Port Royal, Inc. is a registered 501(C)(3) agency dedicated to preserving and sharing the history of Port Royal and Caroline County, Virginia. We are a 100% volunteer organization that operates 100% on monetary donations, gifts, and other services provided by members, and caring people in and around our local community, throughout the United States, and abroad. “The Advocate”, our quarterly newsletter (see below) keeps members informed of our endeavors and features articles on local historical information.

Please join us and VOLUNTEER your time, skills, and/or other resources to Historic Port Royal, Inc. We are always looking for people, businesses, and other organizations interested in preserving and sharing Port Royal and Caroline County history. We learn something new almost every day, participate, organize, and present numerous interesting and exciting events throughout the year while meeting new friends along the way. Please contact Cookie Davis at 804/742-5654 or any HPR member to find out the many ways you can contribute.
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Please send needed donations to Historic Port Royal, Inc., PO Box 233, Port Royal, VA 22535. Contact Carolyn Davis at 804/742-5654 for more information. All tangible property, artifacts, and monetary donations are tax deductible via our 501©3 organization.


General membership meetings are held four times a year on the fourth Tuesday in January, April, July, and October at 7:00PM in the “Portrait Gallery Museum”, located in the Port Royal Town Hall building. General Membership meetings are not rescheduled due to inclement weather conditions. If Caroline County public schools are closed, the general membership meetings are not held, nor rescheduled. Please contact any board member with questions or concerns.


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Carolyn (Cookie) Davis, President

Bonnie Cannon, Vice President

Bill Henderson, Treasurer

Kerri Holland, Secretary

Cleopatra (Cleo) Coleman, Former President

Trish Parker