Papers, 1826-1843, of the Dade family of King George County, Va. Includes letters received by General John B. Dade, his wife, Eliza Dade, and their daughter, Margaret S. Dade as well as letters to another relative Edward Smith. The collection includes a genealogical column, 1910, from the Richmond Times-Dispatch, which concerns the Dade, Daingerfield, Battaile, Hove, and Fitzhugh families.
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The Dade family lived in King George County, Va. and the Hansbrough family lived in Chatham, Va. The Hansbrough family were ancestors of Mrs. Earl Gregg Swem. Further information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: .