A Guide to the McCue Family Papers ca. 1767-1944 McCue Family Papers 4406

A Guide to the McCue Family Papers ca. 1767-1944

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Accession number 4406


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Accession number
4406
Title
McCue Family Papers, ca. 1767-1944
Quantity
The collection consists of 28 Hollinger boxes, ca. 11 linear feet ca. 10,000 items
Language
English

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Preferred Citation

McCue Family Papers, Accession #4406, Special Collections, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.

Acquisition Information

The papers were loaned to the University of Virginia Library on August 4, 1953 by Elizabeth Perry, of Staunton, Va.

The papers were made a gift to the University of Virginia Library on May 28, 2009 by Margaret Custis Archer Clark of Princeton, N.J., John Martin Perry Archer of Houston, Tex., and F. Mather Archer of Portsmouth, Va.


Biographical/Historical Information

Most of the following notes come from the book The McCues of the Old Dominion (1912) by John N. McCue. There is a copy in the collection in box 17 and another copy in the Rare Books Division (CS 71 .M 132 1912) of Special Collections. The Reverend John McCue (1753-1818), of Augusta County, Virginia, married Elizabeth Allen (1761-1831), the daughter of James Allen and Margaret Anderson. John N. McCue graduated from Liberty Hall Academy (later became Washington and Lee University) in 1785, after studying theology with Dr. James Waddell. He had received his ministerial license at a meeting of the Hanover Presbytery in May 1782 at Timber Ridge, Rockbridge County.

Their children were: 1) James Andrew McCue (1783-1853) m. Margaret Trimble; 2) Mary McCue (1785-1853) m. Andrew Barry; 3) Dr. William McCue (1787-1818) m. Ann Isabella Barry; 4) Cyrus McCue (1789-1813); 5) John McCue of "Long Meadows"(1793-1862) m. (1st) Hannah Winters Moffett and (2nd) Eleanor Douglass; 6) Colonel Franklin McCue (1795-1874) m. (1st) Jane Crawford and (2nd) Nancy Crawford; 7) Washington McCue (1797-1798); 8) Eliza (Betsy) McCue (1798-1819) m. John Porterfield; 9) Margaret McCue (1802-1880) m. George Miller; 10) Nancy McCue (1804-1856) m. Jacob Matthews; and 11) Sallie McCue (1805-1885) m. General Joseph Jefferson McDowell.

Their son, John McCue of "Long Meadows"(1793-1862) who married Hannah Winters Moffett (d. 1845), and served in the Virginia General Assembly, had the following children by Hannah Winters Moffett: 1) Elizabeth McCue m. Colonel Davis S. Bell; 2) Judge John Howard McCue (1824-1890), who married in 1845, Signora C.E. Willis (d. 1907) of Nelson County; 3) Sarah McCue m. Dr. Cyrus Alexander; 4) Margaret Catharine McCue (d.1853) m. William B. Dorman; 5) James Moffett McCue (1827-1894) m. Elizabeth Josephine Gooch; 6) Evolina (Lina) McCue; 7) Captain William Andrew McCue (1836-1884) m. Mary Frances Miller; 8) Hannah Winters McCue (d. 1904); and 9) Martha Rachel McCue (1841-1911) m. Decator Hedges.

Judge John Howard McCue was a graduate of Washington College (1842) and the University of Virginia and practiced law in Nelson County, where he married Signora C.E. Willis, the niece of William E. Peters, of the University of Virginia. McCue became a judge in 1870 and also served as counsel for the Western Lunatic Asylum. Their children were: 1) John Willis McCue (1846-1911) m. (1st) Elizabeth I. Collins and (2nd) Lavinia Smith; 2) Don Howard McCue (1848-1893); 3) Betty Winters McCue (1851- 1852); 4) Signora Otelia McCue (1853-1884) m. Gabriel Santini; 5) Lina Linn McCue (1855-1886) m. Walter Sampson Sublett; 6) William Turner McCue (1857-?), unmarried, an attorney of Staunton, member of City Council, chairman of the county and City Democratic Central Committe, banker, and postmaster of Staunton (1893-1897); 7) James McDowell McCue (1861-?); 8) Eliabeth Winter McCue (1864-?) m. John Martin Perry; 9) Aurelia Peters McCue (1867-?) m. Colonel Benjamin Rush Norvell; and 10) Anna Janet (Birdie) McCue (1870--?) m. Percy Herring Wiess.

Scope and Content

This collection consists of the papers of the McCue family, ca. 1767-1944, ca.10,000 items including correspondence, legal and business papers, legal case notes, genealogical material, school notebooks and bound volumes, and Confederate Army commissary records. The collection pertains chiefly to the Reverend John McCue (1758-1818), of Augusta County, Virginia, and his descendants, including: his son, John McCue, his grandson, Judge John Howard McCue (1824-1890), lawyer of Lovingston, Nelson County, and of Staunton, Virginia, and Confederate officer of the "Floyd Brigade," Fifty-first Regiment, Virginia troops; and William T. McCue, lawyer and prominent Democrat, of Staunton, Virginia, son of John Howard McCue. The bulk of the collection concerns the family and career of Judge John Howard McCue. The Civil War records are the fairly complete files of quartermaster activity in the 51st Regiment, Virginia Volunteers, kept by John Howard McCue, including sales to officers, boards of survey, issues to the troops, invoices, abstracts, and the routes of campaign in Southwest Virginia. The 51st organized at Wytheville two months following the first battle of Bull Run, with men from Wythe, Wise, Grayson, Tazewell, Nelson, Amherst, Bland, and Patrick counties. While McCue was associated with the Regiment, it was involved chiefly in the Kanawha Valley and Fort Donelson region. The correspondence is largely concerned with the legal practice and the personal and business affairs of Judge John Howard McCue, but also includes other subjects of interest, which are listed on pages four through nine of this guide with the name of the correspondent and the date of the letter in which they occur.

Arrangement

The collection is arranged in two series: Series I: McCue Family Papers (Boxes 1-18), including: Civil War Records (Box 1); Correspondence, arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent and names included in the folder listing (Boxes 2-9); Financial and Legal Papers, arranged chronologically (Boxes 9-17); Genealogy (Box 17); Legal Case Notes, Marriage Licenses, Miscellaneous, Photographs, and Political Papers (Box 18)

Series II: McCue Family Notebooks and Bound Volumes (Boxes 19-28), including: School Notebooks, etc. of C. Purcell McCue, Jr. (Boxes 19-24); Bound Volumes and Notebooks (Boxes 24-28)

Subjects Found in the McCue Corrrespondence

A-B
Adultery case (Ackerly [1871]); abolition speech in Congress by Joshua Reed Giddings accusing slaveholders of improper sexual relations with their female slaves (1852 June 23); Afton Mountain tunnel in Virginia (Imboden, J.D., 1850 January 30, 1853 March 17-18); Baldwin, John B. - his chances in the election (Baldwin, 1859 January 25, April 30; John D. Imboden 1859 March 3); Barry family, genealogy of (Thomas Barry, 1885 March 5 and June 3; John Marshall McCue, 1888 February 26); Blue Ridge Railroad and Tunnel (Browning, 1852 January 19; Crozet 1853; John D. Imboden, 1852 December 20, 1853 March 17).

CIVIL WAR
Camp Jefferson, near Charlottesville, description of camp and weapons (W.C. Carrington, 1861 May 14); description of the grandeur of the New River in the area of Raleigh County, [West] Virginia, where the troops have no coffee and sugar and he has difficulties in getting supplies (John Howard McCue, 1862 October 16); difficulty in buying wheat in Greenbrier County, [West] Virginia, to make bread for the brigade (John Howard McCue, 1861 September 29); domestic aspect, urges her husband to come as soon as possible as he is needed at home (Signora McCue, 1861 November 9, 14, 22, 28; her anxiety about their affairs and his safety, 1862 September 12, October 2, 6, 21, 29, 31); Early's Valley Campaign, reference to (John D. Imboden, 1864 November 14); engagement at Cotton Hill (John Howard McCue, 1861 November 5); Ft. Donelson affair and General Floyd (James A. Forbes, 1868 November 28); Headquarters Valley District, assigned to the command of John D. Imboden (1864 April 22); loss of McCue's records as commissary on the retreat from battle at Carnifex Ferry, Gauley River, [West] Virginia (Stephen Miles Dickey 1865 February 20; James L. Wills, 1864 November 25; Tate 1864); mention of General Henry Alexander Wise, General John Buchanan Floyd, and General Robert E. Lee in command of all the forces, all soldiers eager to enter the conflict (John Howard McCue, 1861 August 14); offer to sell breech-loading carbines by [Gilbert?] Smith (J.W. Stribling, 1860 January 23, February 10); and John D. Imboden's desire to arm his company of artillery with the weapon (1860 January 7); organization of the 51st Virginia Regiment (A.F. Wherther 1861); question of ability of Virginia to pay troops (A.F. Robertson, 1861 May 28); recommendation of a Confederate Army commission for John H. McCue, from Hugh Sheffey to Robert E. Lee, with an attached note from Lee forwarding the request on to Colonel Thomas J. Jackson (Sheffey 1861 April 27); regiment stationed at Bowling Green, Kentucky (John Howard McCue, 1862 January 9); request for leave of absence to handle financial affairs of father and mother-in-law (John Howard McCue, 1862 July 15); reunion of Confederate soldiers in West Virginia (John D. Imboden, 1887 September 9).

D-H
Daniel, John W. - campaign for Congress (John W. Daniel 1872); Democratic Party in Augusta County, Virginia (William T. McCue, 1897-1909); divorce - Indiana laws governing (Garvin, 1859 March 8, Livingston, 1859 March 4); divorce case (H.C. Thurmond, 1887); elderly, care of an old man believed to be insane (S.T. Peters, 1859-1860); elections in Virginia (Loving, 1851 December 19; John Marshall McCue, 1851 November 9); election returns concerning John D. Imboden (John D. Imboden, 1850); "free Negro," attempts to hire during the Civil War (F.G. Peters, 1861 September 3); grief over a deceased spouse (Santini, 1884 September 8); Harpers Ferry raid of John Brown and abolition (Pruden, 1859 October 27, December 15, 1860 January 9)Homestead Bill debate in Virginia (D.S.G. Cabell, 1867 February 25); Honduras, business in (John D. Imboden, 1889 March 23); Hot Springs, Arkansas - description of (Thomas Barry, 1877 October 31).

JOHN D. IMBODEN
Favorable response to his speech in the Virginia Legislature (1851 January 31); his bill for construction of a branch plank road from Greenville to Waynesboro and other legislation (1851); marriage to Mary Wilson McPhail (1858 November 11, 1859 March 3, July 22); timber business (1860 December 3); marriage to Edna Porter (1866 October 11); marriage to Anna Lockett (John Marshall McCue, 1873 December 23; 1874 January 2).

I-L
Insane asylums (F.T. Stribling, 1872 January 7); insanity of William Knott, abolitionist leanings, and his fleeing to Cananda (John Marshall McCue, 1853 September 14); insanity and murder in Montgomery County, Virginia (A.C. Gleaves 1887); Irish immigrants in St. Louis, Missouri, mob violence, and national elections (M.R. Cullen, 1854 July 11); James River and Kanawha Company investigation in the Virginia Legislature (John D. Imboden, 1851); Letcher, John (John Marshall McCue, 1858 January 16); [Liburian?] Springs, Waukesha, Wisconsin - travel to (Thomas Barry, 1883 July 9); Loch Willow School, Augusta County, Virginia (Hotchkiss, 1859 February-1860).

McCUE
McCue family news (John Marshall McCue, 1874 January 22); McCue, Bettie - death of (Alexander 1852 September 9); McCue, Evaline - death of (John Marshall McCue, 1854 January 12); McCue, John Howard -for judge of Nelson County, Virginia (J.L. Kemper 1870; John W. Daniel 1870; John D. Imboden, 1870 March 9, April 7); McCue, John Howard - interest in Congressional office (John D. Imboden, 1872 May 7, July 4; undated); McCue, John Howard financial difficulties during Reconstruction, and decision to practice law at Staunton, Virginia (1874); McCue, John Marshall - House of Delegates activities (1850-1852); McCue, John Willis (John D. Imboden, 1864 April 22, November 14, 1867 February 2; and his capture in Baltimore, (Signora McCue, 1865 October 5, 10, 12, 16; McCue family, 1865 September 27).

M-P
Mahone, William and Virginia politics (Thomas Barry, 1885 January 9); Mexican War mentioned (John D. Imboden, 1847 January 1); mineral rich lands on Sleepy Hollow Farm, description of for northern investors (F.G. Peters, 1870 September 7, 1872 September 11, November 5, especially presence of iron ore (1870-1874; John D. Imboden, 1867 February 2, 1872 November 2, 18; John Howard McCue, 1872 October 29); mineral lands in Virginia, speculation (John D. Imboden, 1868-1889; John Marshall McCue, 1874 February 9); Moffett Law in the Louisiana state legislature re new taxes on sell of liquor (Santini 1878); Mozart Institute Company (Santini 1874-1876); newspaper, The Enterprise, intended for Lovingston, Virginia (Pruden, 1859-1860); description of Ashe County, North Carolina, during visit to search for mineral deposits on behalf of Imboden (John Marshall McCue, 1887 June 1); pensions, attempts to secure for constituents based on military service (William Cabell Rives, 1828); pensions, search for surviving Revolutionary War soldiers (W.C. Roberts, 1853 March 15, 1854 October 20); prostitution in California (unidentified, 1853 March 30).

POLITICS
Politics at Lexington, Virginia (James B. Dorman, 1850 June 4); politics at Staunton, Virginia, especially John Baldwin for judge (G.W. Imboden 1859 January 18 and April 16); politics in Virginia (R.T.W. Duke, 1870, 1872; John D. Imboden, 1887 December 17 and 20); Presidential election of 1852 (John D. Imboden, 1852 February 9, June 23); Presidential election of 1860 (Lucas Thompson, 1860 November 1; John McCue 1860 October 13); Presidential election of 1872 and Horace Greeley (John D. Imboden, 1872 May 7, June 12, August 4, September 13, October 11).

R-S
Railroad coupling invention by the Waddells promoted by (John D. Imboden, 1860 July 9); railroad engine and a railroad car "lifting machine" invented by (John D. Imboden, 1874 October 21, November 27, 1875 January 25); Randolph-Macon College student life (Robert E. Cutler, 1833-1834); Reconstruction life in Bastrop, Texas (James A. Forbes, 1868 November 24); secession and the Civil War (J. Montgomery Peters, 1861 April 22, June 1; John D. Imboden with a full discussion, 1860 December 3, 1861 February 24; John Howard McCue, 1861 May 23); separation of husband and wife, legal (Berger 1867 November 24); Speaker of the House, vote for (George S. Stevens, 1860); Stuart, Baldwin - his injury in a steamboat explosion near Memphis (John B. Baldwin, 1859 April 30); Stuart, Alexander H.H. and his efforts to avoid secession (John D. Imboden, 1861 February 24).

SLAVERY
Attempts to purchase the husband, George, of the cook, Judy from William A. Staples (James A. Forbes, 1861 January 26, March 1); conveyance by trust of two slaves, Winny and Nelson (G. Thomas 1843) disagreement over hire of a slave woman, Becky (Reese, 1850); emancipation (Alex Fitzpatrick 1853 August 31); emancipation papers of Griffen Harris and subsequent length of stay in the South (P. Schmucker, 1852 December 28); hiring (W.C. Carrington, 1853 December 24); hiring of William a blacksmith (John Marshall McCue, 1853 December 31); hiring of Henry (Tittosan Janney, 1856 March 11); inquiry re the hiring of blacksmith Jim (W.J.D. Bell, 1860 April 2, 1861 February 18); insurance premiums for slaves, cost table from Lynchburg Hose and Fire Insurance Company [ante 1865]; lawsuit over the hiring of a slave for a canal boat (A.S. Lee, 1866 April 21, 25, July 12); request of Tom to be with his wife (George H. Crawford, 1850 December 31); runaway boy, "Squire" (F.A. McChesney, 185[5] January 26; John Howard McCue, 1855 January 31) sale of Eveline (William B. Dorman, 1856 August 10); slave in jail (Thomas W. Gilmer, 1837 January 19).

UNION ISSUES
The Union (W.C. Carrington, date missing [ca. 1860]); the Union (Leverett Saltonstall, 1860); the Union in danger (James A. Forbes, 1861 January 26, March 1; John Marshall McCue, 1850 January 16; James McDonald, 1860 December 27); the Union, sectionalism, Compromise of 1850, Wilmot Proviso (L. Brooks, 1860 January 14) the Union and actions of South Carolina (John McCue, 1860 November 29; John Howard McCue, 1860 December 1; John Marshall McCue, 1861 February 2); the Union and national politics (Baldwin, 1859 December 6); the Union and sectionalism (Judge John Robertson, 1860 December 10, 28); the Union and secession (G.W. Imboden, 1861 February 12).

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
Ancient languages appointment (S.T. Peters, 1856 March 21; William E. Peters, 1856 June 18); chapel donation, request for (Gordon 1889 February 23); linguistics position (Baldwin, 1859 December 6; S.T. Peters, 1859 June 23-24; William E. Peters, 1859 June 24); University of Virginia student (William Elisha Peters, 1850 November 2, 18).

V-W
Venereal disease case (John Marshall McCue, 1849 May 23); Virginia Constitutional Convention, politics and running for office (Letcher, 1850 August 24, 1851 August 29); Virginia, new map of the state (Matthew Fontaine Maury, 1870 June 8, July 5, and 19); Virginia, bill for redistricting of the counties (Hugh W. Sheffey, 1852 March 27); Western Lunatic Asylum and McCue (McDonald and Moore, 1886 December 23); Whig Party, Augusta County, Virginia (Botts, 1852 July 28; John D. Imboden, 1852 March 13); Whig Party and Loco-foco Party in Virginia (1850 December 10, 1852 August 10; 1853 May 31).

Contents List

Series I: McCue Family Papers
Box: 1-18
  • Box 1
    Civil War Records of Captain John H. McCue 1861-1864, n.d.
    6 folders

    Appointed Assistant Commissary of "Floyd Brigade," 51st Virginia Regiment, under Colonel Wharton on July 19, 1861

  • Box 1
    Civil War Reminiscences

    Concerning the circumstances of the retreat of General John B. Floyd from Carnifex Ferry on September 10, 1861

  • Box 1
    Notes on the death of Aylett B. Coleman 1844-1864
  • Box 1
    Notes for the Narrative of [John Willis] McCue's 1846-1911Capture

    McCue was on trial for spying in Baltimore

  • Box 1
    Report to General Floyd at Mud Creek
  • Box 1
    Currency 1862
    Physical Location: Transferred to the Money Tray
    42 items

    Confederate Money, Virginia Treasury Notes, County of Augusta Notes, and Richmond Note

  • Correspondence
    • Box 2
      Charles Ackerly 1871
    • Box 2
      L.M. Adler 1871
    • Box 2
      E.P. Airtrop 1859-1860
    • Box 2
      E. Thomas Albertson 1849
    • Box 2
      J.V. Alby 1860
    • Box 2
      Allison & Addison 1874
    • Box 2
      George K. Anderson 1884
    • Box 2
      Andes Insurance Company 1871
    • Box 2
      C.J. Armistead 1886, 1889
    • Box 2
      Dr. C. Alexander 1850-1860
    • Box 2
      Cyrus Bailey 1849
    • Box 2
      C.C. Baker 1888-1889
    • Box 2
      John S. Barbour 1858
    • Box 2
      J.W. Baskin 1860
    • Box 2
      R.J. Baskin 1870
    • Box 2
      Thomas S. Baskin 1852-1853
    • Box 2
      Elijah Bateman 1853
    • Box 2
      Edwin J. Bates 1870
    • Box 2
      George Baylor 1851-1852, 1869
    • Box 2
      John Roy Baylor 1870
    • Box 2
      A.C. Beaman 1870
    • Box 2
      S.Y. Beard 1851
    • Box 2
      Captain J. Beck 1853-1858
    • Box 2
      James Bell 1800
    • Box 2
      Benton & Benton 1882
    • Box 2
      A.S. Bell 1842
    • Box 2
      H.M. Bell 1860, 1870-1871
    • Box 2
      W.H. Bell 1857
    • Box 2
      W.J.D. Bell 1860-1861
    • Box 2
      D.Y. Berger 1867
    • Box 2
      Paul Berger 1869
    • Box 2
      Taylor Berry 1870
    • Box 2
      James L. Bibb n.d.
    • Box 2
      Robert G. Bickle 1860
    • Box 2
      Binford, Dickinson & Weisiger 1859
    • Box 2
      T.R. Blair 1844-1846
    • Box 2
      W.D. Blair & Company 1869
    • Box 2
      Thomas S. Bocock 1871
    • Box 2
      Jacob Bonsack 1868
    • Box 2
      E.G. Booth 1877
    • Box 2
      John Minor Botts 1852
    • Box 2
      Waller Bowen 1869
    • Box 2
      F.L. Brauns 1855-1859

      Bavarian consul

    • Box 2
      M.O. Breathred n.d.
    • Box 2
      William B. Brinton 1874
    • Box 2
      John W. Brockenbrough 1866
    • Box 2
      Thomas W. Brockenbrough 1846-1847
    • Box 2
      J. Brodus & Company 1865
    • Box 2
      L. Brooks 1860
    • Box 2
      R.T. Brooke 1882
    • Box 2
      Alexander Brown 1859
    • Box 2
      Amanda Brown 1871
    • Box 2
      Maud Brown 1901
    • Box 2
      Brown & Whitehead 1853
    • Box 2
      Elisha Browning 1852
    • Box 2
      George A. Bruce 1857, 1877
    • Box 2
      James Bumgardner 1869
    • Box 2
      W.N. Bumpus 1871
    • Box 2
      Thomas Burke 1870
    • Box 2
      W.A. Burke 1858
    • Box 2
      W.A. Burnett 1858
    • Box 2
      D.W. Burnley 1858
    • Box 2
      F. Burns 1859
    • Box 2
      J.S. Bush 1852-1857
    • Box 2
      E.H. Butler & Company 1858
    • Box 2
      Butler & Tinsley 1851
    • Box 2
      Charles W. Button n.d.
    • Box 2
      John B. Baldwin 1859-1873
    • Box 2
      Thomas Barry 1853-1886
    • Box 2
      David S. Bell 1859-1877
    • Box 2
      D.S.G. Cabell 1867-1874
    • Box 2
      H.M. Cabell 1868
    • Box 2
      P.H. Cabell 1871
    • Box 2
      W.M. Cabell 1857, 1867-1870
    • Box 2
      Thomas Calbreath 1869
    • Box 2
      William M. Caldwell 1872
    • Box 2
      Patrick Calhoun 1873
    • Box 2
      G.C. Callahan 1889
    • Box 2
      P.C. Callaway 1870
    • Box 2
      Joseph Campbell 1854
    • Box 2
      Thomas Campbell 1869
    • Box 2
      James F. Carlin 1869
    • Box 2
      Carlin & Fulton 1874
    • Box 2
      P. Carr 1856
    • Box 2
      Lottie Carrington 1858, 1882, 1884
    • Box 2
      James M. Carson 1871
    • Box 2
      Hill Carter 1860
    • Box 2
      A.R. Cary 1857
    • Box 2
      Reverend T. Castleman 1852
    • Box 2
      William Chapman 1860, 1870
    • Box 2
      H. Cheatham 1864
    • Box 2
      A.B. Christian 1860
    • Box 2
      C.B. Christian 1874
    • Box 2
      A.H. Christian 1877
    • Box 2
      Aurelius Christian 1870
    • Box 2
      Charles W. Christian 1852
    • Box 2
      E.D. Christian 1870
    • Box 2
      John H. Christian 1884
    • Box 2
      Joseph Christian 1888
    • Box 2
      Marion Christian 1853
    • Box 2
      William S. Claiborne 1853
    • Box 2
      E.F. Clark 1860, 1871
    • Box 2
      Thomas Clark 1853
    • Box 2
      C.T. Cliffinger 1867
    • Box 2
      E.C. Clyme 1859
    • Box 2
      C.A. Cochran 1884
    • Box 2
      C.J. Cochran 1853
    • Box 2
      G.M. Cochran 1845, 1847, 1867, 1870
    • Box 2
      H.P. Cochran 1869, 1877
    • Box 2
      J.L. Cochran 1889
    • Box 2
      James Cochran 1870
    • Box 2
      W.L. Cochran 1870-1873
    • Box 2
      M.B. Coffey 1871
    • Box 2
      E. Coffman 1859
    • Box 2
      Robert A. Coghill 1854-1887
    • Box 2
      John J. Coleman 1857, 1874
    • Box 2
      Lewis M. Coleman 1852
    • Box 2
      R.H. Coleman 1860-1861
    • Box 2
      Samuel E. Coleman 1861-1872
    • Box 2
      John B. Coles 1853-1866
    • Box 2
      Holmes Conrad 1881
    • Box 2
      William J. Cooper 1860
    • Box 2
      Robert Cowan 1857, 1870
    • Box 2
      James A. Craig 1858
    • Box 2
      William Craig 1844
    • Box 2
      Benjamin Crawford 1845, 1847
    • Box 2
      George H. Crawford 1850-1852
    • Box 2
      J.A.M. Crump 1852
    • Box 2
      M.R. Cullen 1853-1854
    • Box 2
      Otelia Cullen 1849-1852, n.d
    • Box 2
      W.P. Cullen 1852
    • Box 2
      D.P. Curry 1852
    • Box 2
      Mayo Cabell 1859, 1867-1868
    • Box 2
      Cannon & Courtney, Attorneys 1870, 1872
    • Box 2
      W.C. Carrington 1853-1874
    • Box 2
      Sallie V. Coleman and Hawes N. Coleman 1859-1873
    • Box 2
      Charles A. Colhoun 1849-1859
    • Box 2
      Claudius Crozet 1853
    • Box 2
      Robert E. Cutler 1833-1834
    • Box 3
      R.L. Dabney 1855
    • Box 3
      John W. Daniel 1870-1877
    • Box 3
      Jesse Davenport 1817
    • Box 3
      J.D. Davidson 1850
    • Box 3
      F.Davis 1859
    • Box 3
      James F. Davis 1851
    • Box 3
      John W. Davis 1871, 1887
    • Box 3
      Mary J. Davis 1845
    • Box 3
      W. DeHass 1857
    • Box 3
      W.C. Derman 1858
    • Box 3
      James E. Diamond n.d.
    • Box 3
      Stephen Miles Dickey 1865 February 20
    • Box 3
      John W. Dickinson 1867, 1870
    • Box 3
      Robert L. Dickinson 1859
    • Box 3
      Elizabeth H. Dillard n.d.
    • Box 3
      James S. Dillard 1872-1875
    • Box 3
      John T. Dillard 1870, 1874
    • Box 3
      William F. Dold 1860
    • Box 3
      James B. Dorman 1850-1853, 1872
    • Box 3
      W.B. Dorman 1856-1857
    • Box 3
      Dornin & Waldron 1872
    • Box 3
      R.L. Doyle 1857, 1860
    • Box 3
      [Lyman] C. Draper 1883
    • Box 3
      Drinker & Morris 1845
    • Box 3
      R.T.W. Duke 1870-1872
    • Box 3
      J.N. Dunlap 1860
    • Box 3
      A.N. Dunnavant 1871
    • Box 3
      R.T. Durrett 1887
    • Box 3
      Marvin Eastwood 1870
    • Box 3
      Edward Echols 1881
    • Box 3
      John Echols 1854
    • Box 3
      Charles Edwards 1877
    • Box 3
      May J. Elbridge 1855
    • Box 3
      Richard S. Ellis 1857
    • Box 3
      Elmington Military and Classical School 1872-1874
    • Box 3
      H.H. Emerson 1881
    • Box 3
      Richard Eppes 1877
    • Box 3
      William S. Eskridge 1858
    • Box 3
      William H. Estes 1851
    • Box 3
      John N. Eubank 1850
    • Box 3
      Thomas J. Evans 1883, 1887
    • Box 3
      John S. Ewers 1858
    • Box 3
      Stephen R. Ewers 1849-1853
    • Box 3
      Benjamin Estill 1853-1867
    • Box 3
      Samuel Fahnestock 1849
    • Box 3
      S.W. Farley 1846
    • Box 3
      Amanda Farrow 1872
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      George A. Farrow 1850
    • Box 3
      Joseph Fauber 1860
    • Box 3
      S.A. Ferguson 1854
    • Box 3
      Samuel Finley 1804
    • Box 3
      Daniel Fishburn 1854
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      Frederick Fisher 1854
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      Alexander Fitzpatrick 1849, 1853
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      E.B. Fitzpatrick 1854
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      M.H. Fitzpatrick 1850-1851
    • Box 3
      Samuel Fitzpatrick 1852
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      Thomas P. Fitzpatrick 1870-1874
    • Box 3
      B.C. Flannagan 1854
    • Box 3
      William M. Flannagan 1885-1886
    • Box 3
      I.J. Fleming n.d.
    • Box 3
      J.T. Forbes 1844
    • Box 3
      W.W. Forbes 1869-1870
    • Box 3
      A.A. Foster 1867
    • Box 3
      John A. Foster 1854, 1870
    • Box 3
      Fowle & Company 1860
    • Box 3
      William Frazier 1850-1870
    • Box 3
      C.F. Fry 1859
    • Box 3
      C.G. Fulks 1868
    • Box 3
      John C. Fuller 1854
    • Box 3
      David Fultz 1851-1875
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      Ficklin, Flannagan & Company 1853
    • Box 3
      Dr. James A. Forbes 1845-1870
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      E.P. Gaines 1871
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      H.L. Gallager 1853
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      A.J. Garber 1860
    • Box 3
      Dr. Gardner n.d.
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      J. Garland 1861
    • Box 3
      Samuel M. Garland 1859
    • Box 3
      Ira Garrett 1858
    • Box 3
      Thomas E. Garvin 1859
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      W.W. Gibbs 1858-1859
    • Box 3
      William J. Gibson, Jr. 1866-1867
    • Box 3
      George R. Giles 1860
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      Thomas Walker Gilmer 1837
    • Box 3
      James H. Gilmore 1867
    • Box 3
      Glasgox & Glasgow 1882
    • Box 3
      A.C. Gleaves 1887
    • Box 3
      John M. Godwin 1869-1870
    • Box 3
      William L. Goggin 1849
    • Box 3
      H.H. Gordon 1889
    • Box 3
      John N. Gordon 1844
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      Samuel J. Graham 1887
    • Box 3
      O.W. Gray 1880
    • Box 3
      G.W. Greiner 1850
    • Box 3
      William Gurner 1860
    • Box 3
      J. Emmet Guy 1872
    • Box 3
      Robert Guy 1872
    • Box 3
      George N. Gwathmey 1859-1860
    • Box 3
      Minnie Rives Habersham 1878
    • Box 3
      Alexander Hall 1857
    • Box 3
      W.H. Hall 1860
    • Box 3
      A. Halsey 1849
    • Box 3
      Edwin S. Halsey 1858
    • Box 3
      Joseph J. Halsey 1854
    • Box 3
      Seth Halsey 1845-1867
    • Box 3
      Virginia B. Hamilton 1884
    • Box 3
      John D. Hammerley for J.A. Cowardin, Richmond Dispatch1858
    • Box 3
      Robert M. Hamner 1874
    • Box 3
      Marshall Hanger 1870
    • Box 3
      William W. Hardwicke 1867
    • Box 3
      Harmon & Bell 1859-1860
    • Box 3
      Colonel A.W. Harmon 1876
    • Box 3
      J.R. Harmon 1869-1872
    • Box 3
      M.G. Harmon 1859, 1866
    • Box 3
      W.M. Harnest 1849
    • Box 3
      C.R. Harris 1850, 1858
    • Box 3
      Cassie K. Harris 1876
    • Box 3
      Fannie Harris 1878
    • Box 3
      Hugh Harris 1871
    • Box 3
      John S. Harris 1874
    • Box 3
      John W. Harris 1877, 1884
    • Box 3
      Thomas T. Harris 1853
    • Box 3
      W.W.H. Harris 1876
    • Box 3
      Hartman & Straus 1867
    • Box 3
      James E. Heath 1851
    • Box 3
      Decatur Hedges 1874
    • Box 3
      J.W. & R. Henley 1869
    • Box 3
      Henley & Hargrove 1859
    • Box 3
      S.H. Henry 1871
    • Box 3
      Hester & Darneille 1869
    • Box 3
      James M. Hight 1860
    • Box 3
      Robert Hill 1861
    • Box 3
      S.H. Hill 1860
    • Box 3
      W.J. Hilton 1879
    • Box 3
      John F. Hix 1873
    • Box 3
      W. Hix 1853-1854
    • Box 3
      John Hodsly 1873
    • Box 3
      J.B. Hogshead 1858
    • Box 3
      P.B. Hoge & Brother 1870-1872
    • Box 3
      Anthony Hopkins 1846, 1852-1857
    • Box 3
      William J. Hopkins 1850, 1860
    • Box 3
      Joseph F. Hottel 1851
    • Box 3
      Dr. Howard 1851
    • Box 3
      V.V. Howard 1870
    • Box 3
      R.R. Howison 1859
    • Box 3
      James L. Hubard 1870-1874, 1887
    • Box 3
      John A. Hudson 1874
    • Box 3
      Robert Hull 1868-1869
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      Samuel Hunter 1857
    • Box 3
      A.E. Hupp 1857
    • Box 3
      Don P. Halsey 1866-1878
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      Jedediah Hotchkiss 1857-1872
    • Box 3
      Daniel Harmon 1869-1871
    • Box 4
      F.M. Imboden 1869-1870, 1886
    • Box 4
      Henry Imboden 1840
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      Edward Irvine 1854
    • Box 4
      William E. Isbell 1871
    • Box 4
      W.C. Ivey 1870
    • Box 4
      George Imboden 1858-1861
    • Box 4
      John D. Imboden 1847-1889, n.d.
      3 folders
    • Box 4
      Tillotson Janney 1856
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      George C. Jackson 1874
    • Box 4
      Thomas Jackson 1870
    • Box 4
      E.E. Jefferson 1859
    • Box 4
      Burge Johnson 1849
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      Charles Johnson 1860
    • Box 4
      C. Johnson 1837
    • Box 4
      George N. Johnson 1839
    • Box 4
      George T. Johnson 1870
    • Box 4
      George Jones 1859-1860
    • Box 4
      Henry B. Jones 1857
    • Box 4
      Davis A. Kayser 1853, 1870
    • Box 4
      James Lawson Kemper 1868-1887
    • Box 4
      Samuel Kennerley 1876
    • Box 4
      Kent, Paine, & Company 1857
    • Box 4
      H.M. Keran 1869
    • Box 4
      William M. Keran 1859-1860
    • Box 4
      C. Kidd 1867
    • Box 4
      John E. King 1857
    • Box 4
      G.M. King n.y. November 17
    • Box 4
      W.W. King 1859
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      Asa Kinne 1847
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      Nicholas C. Kinney 1845
    • Box 4
      B.W. Knowles 1854
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      P.K. Kurtz 1869
    • Box 4
      Joseph L.S. Kirby 1870-1893
    • Box 4
      James C. Laird 1854
    • Box 4
      B.B. Lapham 1852-1853
    • Box 4
      Larew & Lewis 1880
    • Box 4
      J. Lauberman 1854
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      Martha Lawton 1874
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      Nina Lea 1856
    • Box 4
      Shelton F. Leake 1860
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      John Leonard 1870
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      Lee & Hughes 1870
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      A.S. Lee 1859, 1866
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      E. Lee 1854
    • Box 4
      P. LeNeve 1852-1853
    • Box 4
      John Letcher 1850-1851
    • Box 4
      W.H. Letcher 1869
    • Box 4
      Levering & Brothers 1851
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      Lewis & Alderson 1847
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      David Lewis 1800
    • Box 4
      Senator John Francis Lewis 1872
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      C.B. Lipscomb 1872
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      John Livingston 1859
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      J.A. Logan 1875-1876
    • Box 4
      N.L. Looke 1869
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      Loving & Pierce 1870-1871
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      C.M. Loving 1853-1854
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      Henry Loving 1849
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      L. Loving 1868
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      O. Loving 1853
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      Robbie Loving 1872
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      S.H. Loving 1851, 1871
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      F.E. Luckett 1853, 1861
    • Box 4
      Harmon P. Lushbaugh 1860
    • Box 4
      W.H.H. Lynn 1869 December 11
    • Box 4
      Jennie C. Leebrick 1859-1861, 1868-1869
    • Box 5
      Lynchburg Hose and Fire Insurance Company 1851-1858, n.d.
      2 folders
    • Box 5
      Benjamin Martin 1877
    • Box 5
      C.L. Martin 1871, 1883
    • Box 5
      Garrett W. Martin 1873
    • Box 5
      Hudson Martin 1860-1861
    • Box 5
      J.H Martin and Martin & Cardozo 1866-1874
    • Box 5
      Anna D. Mason 1854
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      Miles F. Mason 1853-1854
    • Box 5
      John E. Massey 1867
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      N.H. Massie 1852, 1858
    • Box 5
      Thomas J. Massie 1848-1868
    • Box 5
      Felix Matthews 1858
    • Box 5
      Harriet Matthews 1861
    • Box 5
      Tyre Maupin 1852, 1854
    • Box 5
      Matthew F. Maury 1870
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      R.H. Maury & Company 1858
    • Box 5
      Alexander Mays 1867
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      Daniel Mays 1859
    • Box 5
      Robert M. Mayo 1885-1888
    • Box 5
      McAlexander & Patterson 1860
    • Box 5
      F.A. McChesney 1854, 1871
    • Box 5
      J. Bruce McClelland 1859-1860
    • Box 5
      McCorkle & Company 1859
    • Box 5
      McCormick & Henry 1859-1860
    • Box 5
      McCue & Company 1872-1873
    • Box 5
      Christian McDivett 1874
    • Box 5
      McDonald & Moore 1886
    • Box 5
      McDonald 1847-1850
    • Box 5
      James M. McDowell 1850
    • Box 5
      William McFee 1858
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      C.P. McKennie 1846
    • Box 5
      C.M. McLain 1883
    • Box 5
      William McLaughlin 1853
    • Box 5
      S.C.M. Merillat 1858
    • Box 5
      B. Meyers 1873-1874
    • Box 5
      Thomas J. Michie 1860
    • Box 5
      W. Porcher Miles 1874
    • Box 5
      J.W. Miller 1883
    • Box 5
      Miller & Franklin, Bankers and Brokers 1874
    • Box 5
      H.M. Moffet 1846-1847
    • Box 5
      R.H. Moffet 1887
    • Box 5
      James M. Montague 1874
    • Box 5
      Robert L. Montague 1859
    • Box 5
      James N. Montgomery 1845
    • Box 5
      George W. Moore 1857
    • Box 5
      Moorman & Martin 1850
    • Box 5
      Morrison & Ray 1859
    • Box 5
      A.D. Mosby 1869-1870
    • Box 5
      W.H. Mosby 1871
    • Box 5
      B.H. Mullikin 1858
    • Box 5
      Charles Mundy 1874
    • Box 5
      William B. Murrill 1861
    • Box 5
      McCue Family 1806-1903, n.d.
      3 folders

      Aurelia Halsey, Aurelia P. McCue, B. Taylor McCue, Don H. McCue, E.M. McCue, Elizabeth McCue, Eller S. McCue, H.B. McCue, Hannah McCue, [Irvin?] McCue, James McCue, Jr., James M. McCue, the Rev. John McCue, John Willis McCue, Lina Linn McCue, M.H. McCue, M.M. McCue, Martha McCue, Mattie J. McCue, Otelia McCue, Richard McCue, Thomas W. McCue, W.A. McCue, William McCue

    • Box 5
      C. Purcell McCue, Jr. 1939-1942
    • Box 6
      John McCue 1848-1860
    • Box 6
      John Howard McCue 1846-1887, n.d.
      2 folders
    • Box 6
      John Marshall McCue 1849-1888, n.d.
      3 folders
    • Box 6
      Signora (Wills) McCue 1845-1874, n.d.
    • Box 6
      William T. McCue 1897-1909
    • Box 6
      James McDonald 1859-1887
    • Box 7
      George B. Moffett 1850-1883
    • Box 7
      James M.D. Moffett 1849-1853
    • Box 7
      John G. Mosby and Others 1870-1872

      re the Salary of Judge John Howard McCue

    • Box 7
      James E. Neale 1877
    • Box 7
      Philip Nelson n.d.
    • Box 7
      A. Nicholas 1877
    • Box 7
      P.E. Nilson 1878
    • Box 7
      T.J. Obenchain 1867
    • Box 7
      Peter J. Otey 1865
    • Box 7
      John Newton 1851, 1858-1860
    • Box 7
      P.A. Krise Banking House 1874
    • Box 7
      P.A Sublett & Company 1872, 1874
    • Box 7
      D.H. Page 1870
    • Box 7
      S.M. Page 1844
    • Box 7
      William M. Page 1871
    • Box 7
      A.M. Pamplin 1872
    • Box 7
      Royal Parrish 1847-1854
    • Box 7
      Parrish & Beazley 1845
    • Box 7
      Hy M. Patterson 1888
    • Box 7
      Patterson & Bash 1869-1870
    • Box 7
      Patterson & Cochran 1872-1874
    • Box 7
      John Paul 1869
    • Box 7
      William H. Payne 1872
    • Box 7
      R.E. Pegram 1871
    • Box 7
      Edmund Pendleton 1867
    • Box 7
      William C. Pendleton 1887
    • Box 7
      W.H. Perkins 1873-1877
    • Box 7
      Charles Perrow 1849-1856
    • Box 7
      D. Perrow 1850
    • Box 7
      J.M. Perry 1892
    • Box 7
      William F. Perry 1878
    • Box 7
      Dr. A Peters 1870
    • Box 7
      Annie Peters 1849-1850
    • Box 7
      Don J.C. Peters 1846-1858
    • Box 7
      Joseph M. Peters 1845
    • Box 7
      S.T. Peters 1870
    • Box 7
      W. Peterson 1867-1870
    • Box 7
      Jesse M. Pettyjohn 1874
    • Box 7
      Henrietta Peyton n.d.
    • Box 7
      G. Howe Peyton 1869-1870
    • Box 7
      Joseph P. Phillips 1860
    • Box 7
      Robert H. Phillips 1851-1874
    • Box 7
      William B. Phillips 1872
    • Box 7
      Phillips & Mayo 1870
    • Box 7
      Matthew Pilson 1859
    • Box 7
      James S. Piper 1857
    • Box 7
      Piper & Funkhouser 1859-1860
    • Box 7
      R. Plummer 1857
    • Box 7
      J. Powell 1849
    • Box 7
      John E. Powell 1870, 1874
    • Box 7
      Leonard Powell 1859
    • Box 7
      P. Powell 1868
    • Box 7
      Powell & Company 1860
    • Box 7
      R. Pollard 1872
    • Box 7
      Pollard & Strattan 1870
    • Box 7
      Dr. D.W. Prescott 1859
    • Box 7
      J. Maxwell Pringle 1860
    • Box 7
      E.F. Pruden 1859-1860
    • Box 7
      Samuel H. Pulliam 1867
    • Box 7
      Perkins & Ewer 1849-1852
    • Box 7
      Frederick G. Peters 1846-1874
    • Box 7
      J. Montgomery Peters 1846-1870
    • Box 7
      S.T. Peters 1852-1872
    • Box 7
      W.S. Peters 1849-1851
    • Box 7
      William Elisha Peters 1849-1869
    • Box 7
      Wilson Peters 1845-1861
    • Box 7
      Peters, Martin & Company 1854-1858
    • Box 7
      W.V. Randolph 1869
    • Box 7
      Thomas D. Ranson 1870, 1874
    • Box 7
      Samuel Read 1847-1860
    • Box 7
      D. Reamer 1852
    • Box 7
      A.A. Reese 1850
    • Box 7
      J. Reid 1796
    • Box 7
      Thomas Reitz 1861
    • Box 7
      Aurelius Reynolds 1844
    • Box 7
      John M. Roberts 1872
    • Box 7
      H.H. Roberts 1871
    • Box 7
      P.D. Roberts 1868-1869
    • Box 7
      Pleasant Roberts 1870
    • Box 7
      W.A. Roberts 1857
    • Box 7
      A.F. Robertson 1861
    • Box 7
      E.T. Robertson 1870
    • Box 7
      H.H. Robertson 1872
    • Box 7
      Judge John Robertson 1860-1861
    • Box 7
      W.B. Robertson 1861, 1867
    • Box 7
      William J. Robertson 1881
    • Box 7
      William Robin 1867
    • Box 7
      Rogers & Company 1869
    • Box 7
      William H. Rose 1854, 1860
    • Box 7
      J.A. Ross 1859
    • Box 7
      J.R. Rudisill 1858
    • Box 7
      John Rudisill 1858
    • Box 7
      Rosa Russell 1881
    • Box 7
      Alexander Rives and William Cabell Rives 1828, 1859-1874
    • Box 8
      W.B. Roane 1845-1853
    • Box 8
      William C. Roberts 1850-1867
    • Box 8
      Leverett Saltonstall 1860
    • Box 8
      C. Whittle Sams 1889
    • Box 8
      Emma P. Saul 1872
    • Box 8
      C.N. Scates 1858
    • Box 8
      G.E. Schmucker 1876
    • Box 8
      P. Schmucker 1849-1854
    • Box 8
      G.G. Schoolfield 1847
    • Box 8
      A.G. Scott 1859-1860
    • Box 8
      P. Seabury 1869
    • Box 8
      Joseph Sedgwick 1854-1856
    • Box 8
      Robert B. Shalton 1870-1872
    • Box 8
      Hugh W. Sheffey 1845-1870
    • Box 8
      Joseph H. Shelton 1854-1874
    • Box 8
      Paulina S. Shelton 1867
    • Box 8
      J.C. Shields 1857-1860
    • Box 8
      W.J. Shumate 1859, 1861
    • Box 8
      A.K. Smith 1859
    • Box 8
      C.D.F. Smith 1871
    • Box 8
      James M. Smith 1867
    • Box 8
      Joel T. Smith n.d.
    • Box 8
      J.M. Smithee 1860
    • Box 8
      David Speck 1859-1860
    • Box 8
      William B. Spooner 1853
    • Box 8
      B.P. Spotts 18?
    • Box 8
      M.H. Spotts 1879
    • Box 8
      James C. Southall 1860
    • Box 8
      A.A. Steele 1852
    • Box 8
      George S. Stevens 1860
    • Box 8
      Lowell Stevenson 1867
    • Box 8
      Joseph Stewart 1857
    • Box 8
      T.G. Stout 1858
    • Box 8
      L.D. Stratton 1871
    • Box 8
      C.C. Strayer 1849-1853
    • Box 8
      F.T. Stribling 1860, 1872
    • Box 8
      J.W. Stribling 1860
    • Box 8
      A.A. Stuart 1853
    • Box 8
      Archibald Stuart n.d.
    • Box 8
      James T. Stuart 1845
    • Box 8
      William Summerson n.d.
    • Box 8
      W.T. Sutherlin 1865
    • Box 8
      Gabriel & Joseph Santini 1874-1887
    • Box 8
      John B. Spiece 1854-1878
    • Box 8
      M.B. Tate 1847, 1864
    • Box 8
      Eliza Taylor 1875-1876, n.d.
    • Box 8
      Mark Taylor 1852
    • Box 8
      W.F. Taylor 1871
    • Box 8
      W.W. Taylor 1859
    • Box 8
      William Robin Terry 1870
    • Box 8
      W.N. Thacker 1868
    • Box 8
      D.C. Thomas 1861, 1874
    • Box 8
      G. Thomas 1843
    • Box 8
      John M. Thomas 1866
    • Box 8
      G.P. Thompson 1871
    • Box 8
      John Thompson, Jr. 1849-1851
    • Box 8
      John Thompson & Company 1844, 1846
    • Box 8
      Lucas P. Thompson 1859-1860
    • Box 8
      William B. Thompson 1877
    • Box 8
      H.C. Thurmond 1887
    • Box 8
      William M. Thurmond 1852
    • Box 8
      Robert Tinsley 1849-1851
    • Box 8
      Tinsley, Taylor and Company 1853
    • Box 8
      G.W. Tompkins 1866
    • Box 8
      Z.P. Townsend 1860
    • Box 8
      James L. Tredway 1888-1889
    • Box 8
      A.M. Trible 1858-1867
    • Box 8
      Trible & Preston 1868-1872
    • Box 8
      [James?] A. Trimble 1884
    • Box 8
      James J.A. Trotter 1858, 1860
    • Box 8
      Nicholas K. Trout 1857-1859
    • Box 8
      S.G. Tucker 1856
    • Box 8
      William A. Turner 1853-1861
    • Box 8
      W.B. Turner 1845
    • Box 8
      W.H. Tyler 1852
    • Box 8
      G.W. Trueheart 1854
    • Box 8
      University Publishing Company 1871
    • Box 8
      John W. Utley 1870
    • Box 8
      B.S. Vawter 1874
    • Box 8
      B.P. Vawter 1874
    • Box 8
      Victor & Ambler 1868, 1870
    • Box 8
      M.D. Vines 1859-1860
    • Box 8
      Virginia State Democratic Committee 1899-1913
    • Box 8
      A. Waddill 1859, 1867
    • Box 8
      Ben M. Wailes n.d.
    • Box 8
      Thomas D. Walford 1854
    • Box 8
      E.R. Walker 1867
    • Box 8
      Elijah R. Walker 1866
    • Box 8
      James A. Walker 1857-1877
    • Box 8
      John P. Wallace 1866
    • Box 8
      Jacob Warwick 1867
    • Box 8
      John W. Warwick 1857
    • Box 8
      Joseph Washburn 1826
    • Box 8
      Washington and Lee University 1888-1889
    • Box 8
      George Waters 1893
    • Box 8
      C.R. Watson 1855
    • Box 8
      J.B. Watts 1849-1861
    • Box 8
      William H. Watts 1866
    • Box 8
      J. Wayt 1859
    • Box 8
      A. Weil 1869
    • Box 8
      J.H. Wells
    • Box 8
      A.F. Wherther 1861
    • Box 8
      J.F.J. White n.d.
    • Box 8
      S.C. White 1895
    • Box 8
      Millie Whitehead n.d.
    • Box 8
      Milton Whitney 1868
    • Box 8
      W.L. Withers 1871
    • Box 8
      William M. Withers 1867
    • Box 8
      William Withrow, Jr. 1860-1869
    • Box 8
      Edward Williams 1870
    • Box 8
      Mary Williams n.d.
    • Box 8
      Williams, Peters & Company 1860
    • Box 8
      E.F. Wills 1860
    • Box 8
      P.E. Wilson 1871-1872
    • Box 8
      D.J. Wood 1872
    • Box 8
      Drury Wood 1870
    • Box 8
      James H. Wood 1867
    • Box 8
      Richard Wood 1869-1870
    • Box 8
      Th. Wood 1858
    • Box 8
      Edgar Woods 1867
    • Box 8
      George M. and S. Jane Woods 1853-1872
    • Box 8
      J. Warwick Woods 1860
    • Box 8
      James Woodhouse 1854
    • Box 8
      J.N. Woodward 1861
    • Box 8
      Daniel L. Wright 1852, 1854
    • Box 8
      Robert Whitehead 1846-1887
    • Box 9
      Dr. Alexander F. Wills 1852-1861
    • Box 9
      James L. Wills 1849-1870
    • Box 9
      Wills Family 1845-1902, n.d.
    • Box 9
      X, Y, Z 1859, 1876
    • Box 9
      Unidentified 1842-1901
  • Box 9-17
    Financial and Legal Papers 1767-1911, n.d.

    1767-1814 (5 folders), 1815-1849 (7 folders), 1850-1853 September (7 folders), 1853 October-1856 (7 folders), 1857-1861 (8 folders), 1862-1870 (7 folders), 1871-1876 (9 folders), 1877-1911, n.d. (7 folders), n.d. (3 folders), 1798-1813 (Expense and Memoranda Book of [the Reverend John McCue])

    chronological

  • Box 17
    Genealogy 1845-1896, n.d.

    The McCues of the Old Dominion, 1650-1912, 1912

    chronological

  • Box 18
    Legal Case Notes 1834-1888, n.d.

    1834-1888, n.d. (3 folders)
    ca. 1841-1848 (Hawes Coleman Estate)
    1874-1878 (re Lands of Colonel A.W. Harmon)

    chronological

  • Box 18
    Marriage Licenses 1801-1818

    chiefly Augusta County, Virginia

    chronological

  • Box 18
    Miscellaneous 1777, 1845-1875, 1884

    including the Oath of Allegiance of John McCue

    chronological

  • Box 18
    Photographs 1873, n.d.

    including Mr. and Mrs. J.W. McCue; a stereoscopic view of 24 South Broad Street, [Savannah, Georgia]; and the residence of Thomas Barry, Hillsboro, Ohio; the rest are unidentified

    chronological

  • Box 18
    Political Papers 1827-1829, 1861-1905

    Includes election returns; the resolution of John H. Mc Cue re secession
    John H. Mc Cue's letter to the editor re African-American suffrage
    the Nelson County meeting re Andrew Jackson

    chronological

Series II: McCue Family Notebooks and Bound Volumes
Box: 19 - M-27
  • School Notebooks, etc., of C. Purcell McCue, Jr.
    • Box 19
      Booklets - Agribusiness 1937-1939
    • Box 19
      Booklets - Farm Shop 1941, n.d.
    • Box 19
      Booklets - Miscellaneous 1937-1942
    • Box 19
      Booklets - Supervised Farm Practice 1935-1941
      2 folders
    • Box 19
      Booklets - Teacher Training 1932-1942
      2 folders
    • Box 19
      Class work and Notebooks - Agribusiness 1938-1940, n.d.
      2 folders
    • Box 20
      Class work and Notebooks - Biology 1938-1939, n.d.
    • Box 20
      Class work and Notebooks - Botany 1937-1941, n.d.
      3 folders
    • Box 20
      Class work and Notebooks - Chemistry 1937-1940, n.d.
    • Box 21
      Class work and Notebooks - Chemistry 1937-1940, n.d.
    • Box 21
      Class work and Notebooks - Farming 1939-1942, n.d.
    • Box 21
      Class work and Notebooks - Farming - Farm Management 1938-1942, n.d.
      3 folders
    • Box 21
      Class work and Notebooks - Future Farmers of America 1931-1942, n.d.
    • Box 22
      Class work and Notebooks - Horticulture 1937-1940, n.d.
      4 folders
    • Box 22
      Class work and Notebooks - Military 1940

      Anti-Aircraft Artillery School, Camp Davis, N.C. of Lt. Charles P. McCue

    • Box 22
      Class work and Notebooks - Military 1944

      Anti-Aircraft Replacement Training Center, Camp Stewart, Georgia of Lt. Charles P. McCue

    • Box 23
      Class work and Notebooks - Military ca. 1940-1943

      Chemical Warfare and Military History of Lt. Charles P. McCue

    • Box 23
      Class work and Notebooks - Military 1938-1940

      Reserve Officer Training Corps of Lt. Charles P. McCue

    • Box 23
      Class work and Notebooks - Miscellaneous 1939-1942, n.d.
      2 folders
    • Box 23
      Class work and Notebooks - Teaching - Farm Shop 1936-1943, n.d.
      2 folders
    • Box 24
      Class work and Notebooks - Teaching - Supervised Practice 1937-1943, n.d.
      2 folders
    • Box 24
      Class work and Notebooks - Teaching - Supervised Practice - Study Calendars and Lesson Plans 1936-1942, n.d.
    • Box 24
      Class work and Notebooks - Teaching - Supervised Practice - Study Questions n.d.
    • Box 24
      Class work and Notebooks - Virginia Polytechnic Institute Christian Associations 1939-1942
    • Box 24
      Notebook 1871-1872
      bound volume

      re Physiology and Acoustics belonging to Lucien Guy Heneberger

    • Box 24
      Notebook ca. 1895
      bound volume

      re Shakespeare belonging to Fannie M. Kyle

    • Box 24
      Notebook n.d.
      bound volume

      re Elizabethan Poets and Dramatists belonging to Fannie M. Kyle

    • Box 24
      Notebook n.d.
      bound volume

      re English Synonyms belonging to Fannie M. Kyle

    • Box 24
      Notebook n.d.
      bound volume

      re Literary Chronology belonging to Fannie M. Kyle

    • 25
      Notebook 1872
      bound volume

      re [Anatomy?] belonging to Massie L. McCue

    • Box 25
      Notebook 1871-1872
      bound volume

      re Physiology, Anatomy belonging to Massie L. McCue

    • Box 25
      Notebook [1872]-1873
      bound volume

      re [Chemistry?] belonging to Massie L. McCue

    • Box 25
      Notebook 1871-[1872]
      bound volume

      re Chemistry belonging to Massie L. McCue

    • Box 25
      Notebook 1873
      bound volume

      re Materia Medica belonging to Massie L. McCue

    • Box 25
      Notebook 1891-1892
      bound volume

      re [Medicine ?] belonging to Massie L. McCue

    • 25
      Notebook ca. 1890
      bound volume

      re [Biology, Medicine] belonging to McDaniel Purcell

    • Box 25
      Notebook n.d.
      bound volume

      re Inorganic Chemistry belonging to McDaniel Purcell

    • Box 25
      Notebook n.d.
      bound volume

      re French and Histology belonging to McDaniel Purcell

    • Box 25
      Notebook n.d.
      bound volume

      re German belonging to McDaniel Purcell

    • Box 26
      Notebook n.d.
      bound volume

      re Latin, Physics, Psychology belonging to McDaniel Purcell

    • Box 26
      Notebook n.d.
      bound volume

      re Latin, Physics, Psychology belonging to McDaniel Purcell

    • Box 26
      Notebook n.d.
      bound volume

      re Latin belonging to McDaniel Purcell

    • Box 26
      Notebook n.d.
      bound volume

      re Pathology belonging to McDaniel Purcell

    • Box 26
      Notebook n.d.
      bound volume

      re Pharmacy, Materia Medica belonging to McDaniel Purcell

    • Box 26
      Notebook n.d.
      bound volume

      re Philosophy belonging to McDaniel Purcell

    • Box 26
      Notebook n.d.
      bound volume

      re Physics, Chemistry Physics belonging to McDaniel Purcell

    • Box 26
      Notebook 1884
      bound volume

      re Physiology belonging to McDaniel Purcell

    • Box 26
      Notebook n.d.
      bound volume

      re Religion, Mathematics, and Geometry belonging to McDaniel Purcell

    • Box 26
      Notebook n.d.
      bound volume

      re Surgical Pathology belonging to McDaniel Purcell

    • Box 27
      Notebook 1884-1885
      2 volumes; bound volume

      re Treatment belonging to McDaniel Purcell

    • Box 27
      Notebook n.d.
      bound volume

      re Mineralogy belonging to Sam Purcell

    • Box 27
      Notebook 1872-1873
      2 volumes; bound volume

      re Chemistry belonging Lyon G. Tyler

    • Box 27
      Notebook 1872-1873, 1880
      bound volume

      re Chemistry, Physics belonging Lyon G. Tyler

    • Box 28
      Account Books of John H. McCue 1834-1835, 1848-1852
      2 volumes; bound volume
    • Box 28
      Account Book of John H. McCue 1857-1869
      bound volume
    • Box 28
      Bank Books, Notebooks, and Miscellaneous Small Volumes 1870-1875, 1903
      bound volume
    • Box 28
      Notes kept by William T. McCue 1875
      bound volume
    • Box 28
      Receipt Book of John H. McCue 1845-1848
      bound volume
    • Box 28
      Record Book and Proscription Book of Dr. P.C. Irvine 1841-1854
      bound volume
    • Box 28
      Scrapbooks n.d.
      2 volumes; bound volume
    • Ledger
      Ledger with an index for C.W.P. & Company [Charles W. Purcell & Company] 1863-1879, 1884
      Physical Location: 2M
    • Oversize Box M-27
      Architectural drawing in pencil by N.G. Starkwether n.d.

      of a Wood House, with three privies and a garden tool shed on the left side, and a smoke house on the right side, drawn for E. Taylor