Papers, circa 1900-1997, of Elizabeth Hogg Ironmonger, genealogist. Includes genealogical notes, history of post offices in York County, Virginia, a record of Revolutionary War claims by York County inhabitants, history of the Grafton Baptist Church, Methodism in York County, Virginia, a map of the Jamestown Exposition grounds in Norfolk, Virginia, copies of the Abingdon Parish Register, the Kingston Parish Register, and the Northumberland County Order Book.
There is genealogical data on numerous families as well as typescript genealogies of York County, Virginia families transcribed by Ironmonger and by her daughter, Thelma Hansford.
Families for which there is information include Sparrow, Winder, Hogg, Hopkins and Ironmonger, Hayward/Howard, Curtis, Wainwright, Powell and many others.
Photographs of the 19th century Catherine Dudley Cary Pescud Mourning Broach can be found in Box 2, Folder 4.
The inventory includes the following accessions: 1984.04; 1994.60; 1995.54; 1997.53; 1998.05.
Accession 1997.01 is not on the pdf inventory below, but consists of three folders with Genealogical notes on the Hayward/Howard Family of York County, Virginia and a letter from Thelma Hansford to her brother, Warner, about her memories of her family and youth, which includes genealogical information. Dated June 7, 1997.
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Elizabeth ("Bessie") Lindsay Hogg was born 4 October 1891 to William H. Hogg and Frances Elizabeth Winder Hogg. She attended the Woman's College, Richmond, Va. She married John Wesley Ironmonger of Seaford, Va. on 10 March 1909. She died in 1985. Further information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: .
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Gifts in 1984, 1985, 1987, 1994, and 1995. Acc. 1984.04; 1994.60; 1995.54; 1997.53; 1998.05; 1997.01.
A PDF document of this inventory is available online.
Additional information may be found at http://scrc.swem.wm.edu/findingaids/84_I6_Ironmonger.pdf
Processed by Elisabeth Lea in 1988.