Papers - John Munford Gregory, 1884-1903
Scope and Contents
Telegram, resolutions, obituaries and correspondence concerning the death and life of Judge John M. Gregory. April 10, 1884 telegram from L.A. Gregory to Robert D. Galbraith informing him of John J. Gregory’s sudden and peaceful death. June 2, 1884 Resolution by the Circuit Court for James City County and the City of Williamsburg at the death of John M. Gregory acknowledging their sadness and praising his character. May 20,1884 Resolution by the Charles City and Williamsburg, Virginia Courts at the death of Judge John M. Gregory with 2 attached newspaper obituaries. Two 1903 letters from John Lamb of the U.S. House of Representatives and David Gardiner Tyler about the erection of a tablet in memory of John M. Gregory I. Typed copy of wording for the dedication of a tablet in memory of Maj. Joseph Croshaw by the descendants through John Munford Gregory and Letitia Power Graves and wording for the dedication of a tablet in memory of Judge John Munford Gregory.
- Creation: 1884-1903
- From the Collection: Gregory family. (Family)
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From the Collection: 1.00 Linear Feet