Civil War correspondence, passes and orders relating to 1st Lieutenant William H.E. Morecock of the 32nd Virginia Volunteer Regiment. Legal documents of William H. E. Morecock, mostly concerning the lawsuit in Williamsburg and James City County, McCandlish vs Warburton, during 1851 to 1853. Correspondence and financial records of the Board of Visitors of the College of William and Mary while William H.E. Morecock was Secretary of the Board, 1877-1890.
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William H. E. Morecock was treasurer and secretary to the Board of Visitors of the College of William and Mary, beginning in 1888.
He was a 1st Lieutenant, then Major, in the 32nd Volunteer Virginia Regiment, Co. C.
From 1873 to 1882, he was chairman of the Williamsburg School Board. Further information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: .
William H. E. Morecock Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary https://scrcguides.libraries.wm.edu/repositories/2/resources/1121 Accessed August 15, 2020.