Papers of the McCue family, 1777-1920.

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Baldwin, John Brown, 1820-1873. Papers of the McCue family, 1777-1920.

Papers of the McCue family, 1777-1920.

The collection contains correspondence, legal and business papers, accounts, and Confederate Army quartermaster records of McCue family members particularly the Rev. John McCue of Augusta County, Va.; Judge John Howard McCue, Lovingston, Va., lawyer and Confederate Army officer; and William T. McCue, Staunton, Va., lawyer and Democrat. Topics of general interest are life at Randolph-Macon College in the 1830s; professor William E. Peters and the University of Virginia; the Lynchburg Fire Hose Insurance Company; Claudius Crozet and railroad construction; Jedidiah Hotchkiss' plans for opening a school; secession and reconstruction in Virginia, particularly Nelson County; and the University of Virginia chapel. The collection also contains marriage licenses, 1801-1803, for Augusta County, Va.; quartermaster records, 1861-1862, of the 51st Virginia regiment; letters, 1846-1889, of John Daniel Imboden; genealogical information on the McGlachlin, Moffett, and Trimble families; a copy of "The McCues of the Old Dominion," and a Virginia oath of allegiance, 1777.

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