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Botetourt, Norborne Berkeley, Baron de, ca. 1718-1770

 Person

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Blair, Banister, Braxton, Horner, Whiting Papers

 Collection
Identifier: Mss. 39.1 B58
Scope and Contents Letters, chiefly 1765-1817, of the Blair, Banister, Braxton, Horner, and Whiting families. Correspondents include John Blair (1732-1800), Anne (Blair) Banister and Mary (Blair) Braxton Burwell Prescott. Many of the letters are written by women.Subjects covered in the collection include the Baron de Botetourt, William Tryon, Martha Washington, dueling, social life and customs, marriage and courtship, medicine, the Richmond theater fire, slavery, War of 1812, the College of William...

William Cole Collection of Documents Pertaining to the Colonial-Era

 Collection
Identifier: MS 00196
Content Description

Documents, prints, and heraldry pertaining to Virginia governors from the 17th and 18th centuries. Includes letters and documents signed by John Murray, Robert Brooke, James Wood, Beverly Randolph, Patrick Henry, Edmund Andros, Jeffrey Amherst, Norborne Berkeley, Robert Hunter, Francis Fauquier, Earl De La Warr, James Blair, and Robert Dinwiddie among others. Also included in the collection are prints, coats of arms, and commemorative coins.

Engraving of the Right Honorable Norborne Berkeley, Baron de Botetourt, late Governor of Virginia

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01445
Content Description

Engraving print of Lord Botetourt, right facing with the additional writing, "Done from a medalion of the same size in the possession of John Norton, Esq. To the General Assembly of Virginia, this plate is most humbly inscribed by their obliged humble servant. H. Ashby." Publication of this print was from London by H. Ashby.

Lord Botetourt coat of arms

 Collection — Frame: (Acc. 2019.027)
Identifier: 2019.027
Content Description

Framed Coat of Arms for Lord Botetourt. A label adhered on the back reads "Finely engraved on copper and printed on hand made paper, from Joseph Edmonson's Baronagium Genealogicum, published London 1764. Edmonson was Mowbray Herald Extraordinary of the College of Arms of Great Britain. His work is one of the most authoritative and beautiful publications on Heraldry."

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