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Page Family Papers

Identifier: Mss. 94 P14
Scope and Contents Correspondence (11 letters) of members of the John Page (1744-1808) family of "Rosewell," Gloucester County, Va. regarding local, national, and international politics, the American Revolution, family news (Lowther and Page families), the semaphore, and fashion. Correspondents include Mann Page, Jr., Margaret (Lowther) Page, John Page, St. George Tucker, Stevens Thomson Mason, David Meade Randolph, Henry Tazewell, Philip (Filippo) Mazzei and George Weedon. Subjects also include John Adams,...
Dates: 1777-1822

John Tyler, Jr. Papers

Identifier: Mss. 78 T97
Scope and Contents Series 1: Group A, Acc. 78 T97 and 1992.63:  Papers, 1856-1895, of John Tyler, Jr., post Civil War Republican Party activist. Subjects covered by the collection include alcoholism, Republican Party politics, Presidential elections, political patronage, Reconstruction, Methodist Episcopal Church, Florida, Braxton Bragg, and the Fenian Brotherhood. Prominent correspondents include Charles Francis Adams, Chester Alan Arthur, Pierre G. T. Beauregard, James Gillespie Blaine, James Buchanan,...
Dates: 1800-1928

William and Sally Newsum Papers

Identifier: MS 00321
Scope and Contents This collection contains letters sent from William Newsum Jr. to his wife Sally, nee Cary, from 1804 through 1806. William Newsum Jr. was a William & Mary alumnus and studied law. They were married on February 1, 1806 and had their first child late 1806 or early 1807. The letters to Sally begin when they are courting and end in December 1806.Included is one letter from William Newsum to an unknown Sir and a letter from William’s mother Mary Bassett Stark Newsum to her...
Dates: 27 May 1804 - 11 December 1806

Tucker-Coleman Papers

Identifier: Mss. 40 T79
Scope and Contents Papers, primarily 1770-1907, of the Tucker and Coleman families of Williamsburg, Winchester, Lexington, Staunton and Richmond, including papers of: St. George Tucker (1752-1827), Nathaniel Beverley Tucker (1784-1851), Henry St. George Tucker (1780-1848), Ann Frances Bland (Tucker) Coalter (1779-1813), John Coalter (1769-1838), and John Randolph of Roanoke (commonplace book is in box 64B), as well as other family members. Members of the family were involved in law, politics,...
Dates: 1664-1945; Majority of material found in 1770-1907

Booton-Modesitt Family Papers

Identifier: Mss. Acc. 2009.570
Scope and Contents Papers of the Modesitt-Booton families of Luray, Virginia. The bulk of the collection consists of papers relating to Lucy Marye of Luray, Virginia who married James Modesitt in 1815. She was widowed in 1827 and remarried James Booton in 1830. Lucy was born to Peter and Eleanor Marye and was sister to William Staige Marye, who is considered one of the founders of Luray, Virginia Also included are letters by John Booton and others relating to slavery and politics, children's copy books,...
Dates: circa 1809-1880; Majority of material found in 1820-1850

Martha Jefferson, Richmond, Virginia to Frances (Bland) Randolph Tucker, 1780 August 8

Identifier: id227596
Scope and Contents

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.

Dates: 1780 August 8

Martha Lowther Page, Williamsburg, to St. George Tucker, Warminster, Nelson County, Virginia, 1818 August 26

 Item — Box 36: Series id216780, Folder: 16
Identifier: id216780
Scope and Contents Mrs. Innes recovered. Sally Nelson recovered. Mourn Mr. Nelson. Dr. Smith thinks Mrs. Nelson not very ill. Is said Navy Depot will be on York River and canal connecting two rivers. Land value rises. John Page met Jefferson at Springs. Mrs. Byrd wrote Mr. Saunders that George Tucker thought Roanoke in Pittsylvania a good place for a young lawyer. Mrs. Lang and Mrs. Avery only two in Williamsburg who have suffered complaints of the season. Mrs. Lang goes tomorrow to Careys Brook. Tucker's...
Dates: 1818 August 26

The Common Glory

 File — Box 15: Series id66230, Folder: 33
Identifier: id80367
Scope and Contents

Scope and Contents Jefferson and Martha

Dates: 1946-1979

Williams Family, 1992

 File — Box 15: Series id246768, Folder: 14
Identifier: id254095
Scope and Contents

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.

Dates: 1992

Judith (Randolph) Randolph, Bizarre, Farmville, Virginia to St. George Tucker, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1811 May 12

 Item — Box 30: Series id216780, Folder: 14
Identifier: id291125
Scope and Contents

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.

Dates: 1811 May 12


 File — Box Manuscripts Group 2 Box 28, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents William Short, Paris to [?] Donald, October 8 1789 Mentions that Thomas Jefferson is at Havre; trusts his opinion of whether the warrants should be sold at a loss to purchase certificares by Jan. 1; mentions that the market will probably be good for wheat and flour.Commission signed by President George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, New York, April 20, 1790 Appointing William Short Charge des Affaires for the United States to FranceCommission signed by Alexander...
Dates: 1772-1931; 1772, 1789-1847, 1931

Judith (Randolph) Randolph, (Cumberland, Va?). To St. George Tucker, Richmond, Virginia, 1815 May 17

 Item — Box 34: Series id216780, Folder: 5
Identifier: id216780
Scope and Contents First leisure moment since return to Cumberland. Mr. Creed Taylor had loaned her money for Tudor Randolph's voyage to Europe and taken security on land. His St. George Tucker bounty enabled her to discharge debt. No word from Tudor since separation in Hampton Roads. Regrets injury done to Tudor by implicating him in attack said to have been made upon unhappy sister (Ann Cary Randolph) Morris by (John Randolph of Roanoke). Accusations first made against self. Acquitted by Governeur Morris....
Dates: 1815 May 17


 File — Box Manuscripts Group 2 Box 35, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents Item 1: Sally Bradley, Bedford Co., Va., to Mary J. Wills, Flat Top Mountain, Bedford Co., Va., May 15, 1859 Item 2: John A. Bradley, Camp Valley Mills, Augusta, Va., to "brother and sister," Charles A. and Mary J. Wills, April 30, 1862Item 3: John A. Bradley, "in camp," Staunton P.O., Augusta County, Va., Company K, 58th Regiment, Va. Vols., to "brother," Charles A. Wills, May 28, 1862Item 4: Habun R. Foster, camp near Chaffin Cliff, Va., to Mary J....
Dates: 1859-1864

Athletics (Golf) - Awards & Scholarships

 File — Cabinet 1, Drawer 5
Scope and Contents Athletics - GolfAthletics - GymnasticsAthletics - Indian Symbolism, 1971-1990Athletics - Indian Symbolism, 2005Athletics - Indian Symbolism, 2006Athletics - Indian Symbolism, 2007-2009Athletics - Intramural SportsAthletics - LacrosseAthletics - RowingAthletics - RugbyAthletics - SailingAthletics - Sex DiscriminationAthletics - Soccer, 1980-1993...
Dates: Existence: since circa early 1980's

Binder 13: Contact Sheets 8479-8774, 1998 June-1999 February

 File — Volume Binder 13
Scope and Contents Subjects: School of Business, NPGI, Thomas Jefferson IV, Nicole DePuty, Richard Prosl, Law School Faculty, GTE Summer Day Camps Students, S. Dean Olson, Brian Blouet, Government Department Faculty, Don Baxter, Katherine Rahman, Taylor Reveley, James Barbour, Lawrence Charity, Football Camp, Blow Hall, Dan Marino, Employee Appreciation Day, Muscarelle Museum, Ted Zoller, Beckman Scholars, Clyde Haulman, Bernard Bowman, Coordinators of ICAES Conference, Diane Shakes, Senate Finance...
Dates: 1998 June-1999 February

Box 20

 File — Box 20: Series id78290
Identifier: id82762
Scope and Contents These photographs have been grouped by size, then subject.Grigsby Family and Relatives*Dimension average, 4" x 6" Jan Watkins Carrington, silhouetteHugh Blair Grigsby William T. Hamilton (cousin of Hugh Blair Grigsby) Thomas Jefferson Randolph of Edgehill John B. Whitehead Mrs. John B. WhiteheadHugh Blair Grigsby and Marion Clark Smith *Dimension average, 2.5" x 3.5" ...
Dates: circa 1880-1889


 File — Box 3
Identifier: id35095
Scope and Contents Lewis, Thomas, Jr. Papers relating to the estate of Thomas Lewis. 1840-1859. Lincoln, Abraham New York Herald with articles on President Abraham Lincoln’s assassination and Jefferson Davis being in Danville, Virginia. April 15, 1865. 4 copies. Copy of a November 21, 1864 condolence letter to Mrs. Bixby published by American Historical Documents. Reprinted of an article from The Spectator, Staunton, Virginia, about President Abraham Lincoln. March 19, 1909. Copy of page 4 of autobiographical...
Dates: 1621-1949; Majority of material found in 1800's

Surname Cart-Chi

 File — Cabinet 2, Drawer 3
Scope and Contents Carter FamilyCarter, Bernard M., WM 1798/99Carter, Boyd George, WM 1925/29Carter, Cassius, WM 1817/18Carter, Cassius, WM 1853/55Carter, Champe, WM circa 1800Carter, Charles, WM 1752, 1754/55, 1764Carter, Charles, WM 1776/77Carter, Charles, WM circa 1800Carter, Charles, WM 1804Carter, Edward, WM after 1720Carter, Edward, WM 1754/55Carter, Edward, WM...
Dates: Existence: since circa 1980s

Surname B-Bec

 File — Cabinet 1, Drawer 2
Scope and Contents Baako, Nathaniel, WM 2007/2011Babansky, Alexander Yuriyovich, WM 2007Babcock, Havilah, WM 1922/26Babenko, Victoria A., WM 1974/Baber, William, WM 1816/17Bachmann, Michele Marie, WM /1988Bacot, D. Huger, Jr., WM 1920s [?]Badham, Henry T., WM 1840/41Bagby, Richard O., WM 1922/23Baggett, Marshall Wilbert, WM 1926/31Bagley, Carol Ann, WM 1964/68Bagwell, Edmund R.,...
Dates: Existence: since circa 1980s

Tucker, R-Zenger

 File — Box 6
Identifier: id35098
Scope and Contents Tucker, Richard D. Letter to Murray Grinnan and Mundell of Fredericksburg, Virginia regarding selling flour. December 26, 1811. Tunstall, Alex (Dr.) Letter to Robert Mumford, Richmond, Virginia regarding genealogy of Colonel George Brooke and Catherine Tunstall. Mountain Lake Hotel, Virginia letterhead. July 22, 1899. Letter to Mr. James about genealogy. October 22, 1901. Turner, Henry Bill from Bremen, Germany for items sent to Virginia. April 15, 1865. ...
Dates: 1621-1949; Majority of material found in 1800's

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