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Frances (Bland) Randolph Tucker (1752-1788), Matoax, Chesterfield county, Virginia to St. George Tucker, circa 1778 August

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 11
Identifier: id225614

Scope and Contents

Arrival of Hammond broke her suspense of eight days. His (St. George Tucker) and (Anne Blair Banister) letters convinced her his situation was worse. F. Banister will meet him at the hundred to take him to Matoax. Hammond returns tomorrow Appreciates Mrs. Eppes' care of him. James Madison has been at Glebe a week. Sends a letter from him (lacking).


  • Creation: circa 1778 August


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From the Collection: 124.00 Linear Feet

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