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Letters from Frances L. Coalter, Staunton, to John Coalter, 1813 July-September

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 37
Identifier: id173389
Scope and Contents

Scope and Contents Frances L. Coalter writes to her father who is with her mother, Mrs. Frances Bland Tucker Coalter, in her last illness at the medicinal springs.

Dates: 1813 July-September

Letters from St. George Tucker and Mrs. Tucker, Williamsburg and Warminster, to John Coalter, 1813 July-August

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 39
Identifier: id173393
Scope and Contents

Scope and Contents In these letters it is apparent that Mrs. Frances Bland Tucker Coalter is near death.

Dates: 1813 July-August

Letters from Mrs. Judith Randolph to John Coalter, 1813 July-August

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 40
Identifier: id173394
Scope and Contents

Scope and Contents Letters of hope and prayer for the recovery of Mrs. Frances Bland Tucker Coalter.

Dates: 1813 July-August

Letters to John Coalter, 1813 July

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 41
Identifier: id173396
Scope and Contents

Scope and Contents Three letters from Joseph C. Cabell, Mary W. Cabell, Edgewood, and Wm H. Cabell, Monte Videa. Reports of the war: "the conduct of the British at Craney Island was the most cowardly imaginable," and "We have just been informed by rumor that the British Squadron in the Chesapeake has been reinforced..."

Dates: 1813 July

John Coalter, Elm Grove, to John Randolph of Roanoke, 1813 September 25

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 43
Identifier: id173402
Scope and Contents

Writes of his "great and irretrievable loss" his wife died "on Sunday evening, the 12th instant."

Dates: 1813 September 25

Letters from St. George Tucker and Mrs. Tucker, Bush Hill, near Richmond, to John Coalter, 1813 September 30

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 44
Identifier: id173404
Scope and Contents

Scope and Contents The first letter was written after the death of St. George Tucker's daughter.

Dates: 1813 September 30

Mrs. Tucker, Williamsburg, to Miss Elizabeth T. Coalter, 1816 January 30

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 45
Identifier: id173406
Scope and Contents

To her granddaughter, the second child of John Coalter and his late wife. (A biographical note of John Coalter's family is enclosed in the folder with this letter.)

Dates: 1816 January 30

Letters from Mrs. Tucker, to Frances L. Coalter and Elizabeth T. Coalter, Bush Hill, near Richmond, 1817 March 12

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 46
Identifier: id173408
Scope and Contents

Scope and Contents She writes that "the events of the present week will supply to you the want of a Mother and Sister, which you have so severly felt, particularly in the last six or eight months." Frances L. Coalter, the sister of Elizabeth T. Coalter, died in 1821 at the age of 18. John Coalter was soon to marry his fourth wife, a widow Williamson.

Dates: 1817 March 12

Letters from Mrs. Tucker and St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, to Elizabeth T. Coalter, Bush Hill, Richmond, 1822 February-April

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 48
Identifier: id173411
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: Correspondence of John Coalter and his third wife while he was serving as Circuit Court Judge; correspondence of their daughters, Frances Lelia and Elizabeth Tucker Coalter, with parents and grandparents. Subseries finishes with the fourth marriage of John Coalter. Interesting comments on the effect of the embargo in South Carolina, and of episodes in the War of 1812 in the Chesapeake Bay area are found in these letters. There is also a report of the destruction wrought in Bruton Parish...
Dates: 1822 February-April

Letters from Mrs. Tucker and St. George Tucker, Warminster, to Elizabeth T. Coalter, 1822 August-October

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 49
Identifier: id173413
Scope and Contents

Scope and Contents The Tuckers are in their summer home at Warminster, with Maria Carter Cabell, daughter of Mrs. L. Tucker, and her husband Joseph Cabell.

Dates: 1822 August-October

Letters from St. George Tucker and Mrs. Tucker, Williamsburg, to Mrs. Frances Bland Tucker Coalter, 1809 January-November

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 1
Identifier: id173331
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: Correspondence of John Coalter and his third wife while he was serving as Circuit Court Judge; correspondence of their daughters, Frances Lelia and Elizabeth Tucker Coalter, with parents and grandparents. Subseries finishes with the fourth marriage of John Coalter. Interesting comments on the effect of the embargo in South Carolina, and of episodes in the War of 1812 in the Chesapeake Bay area are found in these letters. There is also a report of the destruction wrought in Bruton Parish...
Dates: 1809 January-November

G. W. Hays, Richmond, to John Coalter, 1809 March 20

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 2
Identifier: id173332
Scope and Contents

On the appointment of John Coalter to his position as "a judge under the new Judiciary System." (John Coalter was appointed February 7, 1807).

Dates: 1809 March 20

Mrs. Judith Randolph, Farmville, Bizarre, to Mrs. Frances Bland Tucker Coalter, 1809 March 26

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 3
Identifier: id173334
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Mentions a visit from the newly married Beverley Tucker and Polly Coalter and writes concerning her sons Saint George and Tudor.

Dates: 1809 March 26

Letters from John Coalter to Mrs. Frances Bland Tucker Coalter, 1809 April-November

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 4
Identifier: id173336
Scope and Contents

Scope and Contents Letters written by John Coalter from Botetourt, Greenbrier, Kanhawa Court House, and Richmond during spring and autumn sessions of the Circuit Court. Contain instructions for planting, the upkeep of Elm Grove, and other matters.

Dates: 1809 April-November

John Coalter Farm Instructions, circa 1809 April

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 5
Identifier: id173338

Letters from Mrs. Frances Bland Tucker Coalter, E. Gr., to John Coalter, 1809 April-May

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 6
Identifier: id173340
Scope and Contents

Scope and Contents One of the letters concerns the troubles with the English and the hope for a peaceful settlement.

Dates: 1809 April-May

Letters from St. George Tucker to John Coalter, 1809 June-July

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 7
Identifier: id173342
Scope and Contents Scope and Contents Three letters written from Richmond and Williamsburg. In the letter of June 14, St. George Tucker mentions the birth of John Coalter's first son his first grandson (St. George Tucker Coalter) "who, if my prayers for him may be heard, will never descend from the dignity of a private station." Concerning the education of his grandson, he writes, "unless the manners of our youth, or the management of their tutor, shall undergo a most surprising and happy change in this...
Dates: 1809 June-July

Letters from Mrs. Frances Bland Tucker Coalter, Staunton, to John Coalter, 1809 September-October

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 9
Identifier: id173346
Scope and Contents Scope and Contents This series of letters is concerned, among other problems, with the difficulty of meeting payments on Elm Grove, of a fight between two of their slaves, the treatment of one of the wives by slave husband and the imprisonment on the plantation of the two slaves. Effort to get a tooth pulled. Two doctors and, finally, "a shoemaker named Cease" were able to extract the tooth about a week after the first attempt was made. Alcoholism of a friend. Afflicting account of sister's...
Dates: 1809 September-October

John Coalter to James All, 1810 February 1

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 10
Identifier: id173348
Scope and Contents

Appeals to James All to represent the district. About the war situation: "We are more Colonies than ever--i.e. we give our wholetrade to aid Britain in her wars--were we Colonies we would only give the revenue arising from trade."

Dates: 1810 February 1

St. George Tucker and Mrs. Tucker, Williamsburg, to John Coalter and Mrs. Frances Bland Tucker Coalter, 1810 February-October

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 11
Identifier: id173349
Scope and Contents

Scope and Contents Her parents were trying to buy a cook for Mrs. Frances Bland Tucker Coalter without great success.

Dates: 1810 February-October

Letters from Louisa Mercer, Sentry Box, to Mrs. Frances Bland Tucker Coalter, circa 1810 February-October

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 12
Identifier: id173350
Scope and Contents

Scope and Contents These five letters although undated, are believed to have been written in 1810.

Dates: circa 1810 February-October

Letters from Mrs. Frances Bland Tucker Coalter, Williamsburg, to John Coalter, 1810 March-June

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 13
Identifier: id173351
Scope and Contents

Scope and Contents Reports that Bruton Parish Church has been "totally and wantonly destroyed...the Bellows and many of the pipes cut to pieces," evidently by the youth of the town.

Dates: 1810 March-June