Mark Wilcox

Mark is a native of Richmond, Virginia, and currently works for the National Park Service as an historical interpretive ranger at Richmond National Battlefield Park and the Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site.

Mark is a 1984 graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communications. He has worked as a volunteer historical interpreter at Jamestown Settlement, the Yorktown Victory Center, and the Watermen’s Museum in Yorktown.  He has also performed volunteer work for Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, Patrick Henry’s Scotchtown, Hanover Tavern, and Meadow Farms Museum.

Mark is a member of the Richmond Chapter of the Revolutionary War Round Table and friends of Hanover Tavern.  He is married and the father of three.

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