Miscellaneous Virginia papers [manuscript] 1791-1884.


Lyons, James, 1801-1882,. Miscellaneous Virginia papers [manuscript] 1791-1884.

Miscellaneous Virginia papers [manuscript] 1791-1884.

Letters and documents as follows: Letter, with religious poem, John Page to ..., 25 August 1791; indenture for certain slave property between Robert Ould, Sarah Ould, Hugh Caperton, Richard Jeffries, and Martha B.L. Jeffries, witnessed by William W. Belknap and others, 8 October 1850; Letter, James Lyons to General F.H. Smith, 31 March 1874; deposition by Samuel M. Bowman in a suit brought by Mary A. Neilson et al., 21 April 1877; autograph of John Herbert Claiborne, 187-; to letters, Edward C. Burks to E.H. Fitzhugh, on the Married Woman's Act of 1877, 8 January and 14 March 1884.

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Burks, E. C. (Edward Calohill), 1821-1897

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Captain Paschal Buford was lived from 1791 to 1875. He was the son of Henry and Mildred Blackburn Buford. He married Frances Ann Otey on October 31,1820. Paschal Buford was a farmer and a horse breeder. Regarding his military career, he served as an officer in the War of 1812. During the Civil War, he supported the south and invited General Robert E. Lee's wife and daughter to spend the summer of 1863 at his home. He died at "Locust Level", Bufordsville, Bedford County, Virginia, July 23, 1875. ...

Jeffries, Richard, fl. 1850.

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Lyons, James, 1801-1882

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Richmond, Va., lawyer and Confederate congressman. From the description of James Lyons papers, 1821-1882 [manuscript]. WorldCat record id: 24131376 James Lyon (1801-1882) of Richmond, Va., was a lawyer and Confederate congressman. From the guide to the James Lyons Papers, ., 1821-1882, (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. Southern Historical Collection.) ...

Smith, F. Harold (Frederick Harold), 1888-

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Claiborne, John Herbert, 1828-1905

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Prominent Petersburg, Va., physician and Confederate surgeon. From the description of Papers of John Herbert Claiborne, 1849-1905. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 32960182 Physician of Petersburg, Va. From the description of Prescription book of Dr. Claiborne, physician of Petersburg, Va. [manuscript] 1889. 1889. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647958881 Medical student at the University of Virginia; later Surgeon C.S.A. and m...

Caperton, Hugh, fl. 1850.

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Ould, Robert, 1820-1882

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American soldier and politician. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Georgetown, D. C., to J. D. Bright, 1858 Mar. 3. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270609935 From the description of Autograph letters signed (2) : Richmond, to W.W. Belknap, 1869 Oct. 28-1870 Feb. 12. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270611530 Washington lawyer, later Assistant Secretary of War in the Confederacy. From the description of Letter : Georgetown, D.C., to the Secre...

Belknap, William Worth, 1829-1890

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William Worth Belknap was born in Newburgh, New York on September 22, 1829, the son of career soldier William G. Belknap and Anne (Clark) Belknap. Belknap's father had fought with distinction in the War of 1812, Florida War, and Mexican–American War. Belknap attended the local schools in Newburgh, and graduated from Princeton University in 1848. In addition to attending Princeton with Hiester Clymer, the Democratic Congressman who later led the investigation into Belknap's War Department corrupt...

Ould, Sarah Turpin, fl. 1850,,

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Bowman, S. M. (Samuel Millard), 1815-1885

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Colonel in the 84th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment; from February until mid-September 1864, he served as chief mustering and recruiting officer for the United States Colored Troops in Baltimore, Md.; from mid-September until December 1864 he was commandant of the military district of Delaware; promoted to brevet brigadier-general, 1865. From the description of Samuel M. Bowman letterbook, 1864 Feb.-Dec. (Historical Society of Delaware). WorldCat record id: 70978033 ...

Fitzhugh, E. H., fl. 1877,

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Neilson, Mary A.

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Page, John, 1744-1808

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John Page (1744 – October 11, 1808) was a figure in early United States history. He served in the U.S. Congress and as Governor of Virginia. From the guide to the Memorandum, 1775, (John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Library, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation) John Page was born and lived at Rosewell Plantation in Gloucester County, Virginia. He graduated from the College of William and Mary in 1763, where he was a friend and the closest college classmate of Thomas Jefferson. He became...

Jeffries, Martha B. L., fl. 1850.

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