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Box Manuscripts Oversize Box 19

 Container

Contains 5 Collections and/or Records:

Edmund Randolph, Richmond, VA, to "Mr. Overton, administrator of Samuel Ragland, deceased.", 1797 December 15

 File — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 19, Folder: 1
Identifier: id77085
Scope and Contents Edmund Randolph, Richmond, VA, to "Mr. Overton, administrator of Samuel Ragland, deceased." Expresses an opinion of Samuel Ragland's will and the settlement of the estate. medium oversize?

Business, Legal, Financial and Personal Correspondence, Undated

 File — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 19, Folder: 2
Identifier: id79679
Scope and Contents Land surveys and calculations including plat of land of William and Samuel Ragland. 23 items. Plat in Medium Oversize

Legal and assorted papers (Medium Oversize File)

 File — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 19, Folder: 1
Identifier: id169334
Scope and Contents From the Series: Folders 4-9

Genealogy related materials (Medium Oversize File) Acc. No. 80-19 and Acc. No. 84-48.

 File — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 19, Folder: 1
Identifier: id58595
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Correspondence and notes on Virginia families by Mrs. Margaret H. Morton, genealogist, of Farmville, Virginia in response to inquires.  Most of her notes are transcriptions of courthouse records, though she often created family trees for clients and clients sometimes sent their genealogy history to her.

Mrs. Morton's inventory is filed in the first folder, which lists folders not received with the accession.

Includes index of family names and inquirers.

Folder 1: Seven Letters related to John Page , 1777 June 9

 File — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 19, Oversize_Folder: 1
Scope and Contents Mss. 94 P114: Seven items of John Page related letters which came down through Page family. Includes letter by St. George Tucker, 18 Dec. 1794 (telegraph), two letters by Margaret Lowther Page, 16 Feb. 1793 & 22 Jan. 1795 and Mann Page 9 June 1777.Item 1: Letter, Mann Page, Jr, Philadelphia, to his brother John Page, Williamsburg, VA, June 9, 1777. Agrees with his (JP) remarks that removal from public office [Congress] is no disgrace provided no reflections were thrown...