In the year 1724 Richard Coke, who was brought up close to Trusley, sailed to Williamsburg Virginia USA.

These photographs show some images of his legacy in the United States of America.

 The Coke Garrett House, Williamsburg Virginia USA built in 1755 by John Coke

The Coke Garrett House, Williamsburg Virginia USA built in 1755 by John Coke

  The Lightfoot House (previously called the Coke-Lightfoot House) was purchased by John Coke (the 3rd), willed to his wife in 1865 & conveyed to their daughter, Mary E. Coke Motely in 1871.

The Lightfoot House (previously called the Coke-Lightfoot House) was purchased by John Coke (the 3rd), willed to his wife in 1865 & conveyed to their daughter, Mary E. Coke Motely in 1871.

  Bassett Hall - Acquired by John Coke (the 3rd) in 1843 and held until 1845.

Bassett Hall - Acquired by John Coke (the 3rd) in 1843 and held until 1845.

 John Coke Office,  Williamsburg Virginia USA

John Coke Office, Williamsburg Virginia USA

  Richard Coke, Governor of Texas from 1874 to 1876

Richard Coke, Governor of Texas from 1874 to 1876

 Coke County, Texas USA

Coke County, Texas USA