I don't know if this will help you, but I found this information in a booklet I have, "Mt. Jackson, VA - the Past of the Present and the Future," put out by the chamber of commerce:
"Beverley Farm (pictured) - About a quarter of a mile east of Hawkinstown is the fine old estate known today as Beverley Farm.The colonial brick home was built in the 1840s by Israel and Amanda Allen; however, the acreage which extended originally from Avondale Acres to Red Bank was deeded to Abraham Bird in the mid 1700s.He, in turn, sold it in the late 1700s to Joseph and Lydia Hawkins who sold all except five acres (possibly the land upon which the village of Hawkinstown is situated)."
"In 1846 Israel Allen, Jr., received his inherited share of his father's (Israel Allen's) real estate."
"Although Israel, Jr., was too old for active duty in the Civil war, he showed his loyalty and sympathy to the Confederacy by donating supplies and produce to the army.He also offered his home as headquarters to General Stonewall Jackson during his Valley campaign."
In another chapter - "In 1884, the Mt. Jackson Methodist Centenary Church was built, it is believed, by Israel Allen."
Please also see the other message I just entered in this forum.