Contains bound letterbooks. The first contains letters written by J. Willcox Brown to Ellen Turner Macfarland. The second contains her letters back to him.
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John Willcox Brown was the son of John Thompson Brown and Mary Edloe (Willcox) Brown. He lived in Petersburg, Va. until 1869 when he moved to Baltimore, Md. He had served in the Confederate Army and was a lt. col of artillery. He married Ellen Turner Macfarland of Richmond in 1867. He was a banker and stock broker with the firm of Brown and Lowndes.
1.00 Linear Feet (1 century boc) : 2 bound volumes of correspondence.
Donated to William & Mary Libraries on behalf of Greta Brown Layton by her children.