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Mrs. Washington communicated enclosed proposition of sisters of Pennsylvania. Same sentiments displayed in Maryland. Undertakes duty of handing forward scheme. Countrywomen have opportunity of participating. Encloses papers to be disposed of as she thinks proper. On Back: Rich. Williams, J? Scott Colman, William Parsons. (handwriting different). Letter is physically housed in Box 1 of the Tucker-Coleman Thomas Jefferson letters. See staff for assistance.
Martha Lowther Page, Williamsburg, to St. George Tucker, Warminster, Nelson County, Virginia, 1818 August 26
Scope and Contents Photocopy, with cover, of report "Genealogical booklet on Richard Jefferson Williams family of Southampton County, Virginia", by Martha W. Briggs, December 1992. 75 pages. Photocopy of transcribed and original family records from the Williams Family Bible, Warren County, North Carolina, beginning with Alanson Williams, born 1779. Mss. Acc. 1993.26. Mss. Acc. 1994.62.
Judith (Randolph) Randolph, Bizarre, Farmville, Virginia to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1811 May 12
Wrote on eve of departure to Clifton. At Randolph? Harrison's, she met sister (Harriet (Randolph) Hackley) whom she had not seen for four years. Mrs. Harrison in bad health. Sister had hoped to spend some time with Martha (Jefferson) Randolph and self's brother William Randolph. Brother (John Randolph of Roanoke) is better. Left Nathaniel Beverley Tucker and wife very well.