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  • Confederate States soldier (Richmond Howitzers); United States Judge (Richmond, Virginia) and President of the Virginia Bar Association (1910-11) “Hon
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  • Edition, Volume XX Richmond (Virginia) 1695992Encyclopædia Britannica, Ninth Edition, Volume XX — Richmond (Virginia) RICHMOND, a city of the United
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  • Eldest son of Matthew Fontaine Maury. Became multi-millionaire in Richmond Virginia while working as a lawyer through his mining investments in South
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  • Richmond (Virginia) 1696449Collier's New Encyclopedia — Richmond (Virginia) RICHMOND, a city, port of entry, capital of the State of Virginia,
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  • Encyclopædia Richmond (Virginia) 2034273The New International Encyclopædia — Richmond (Virginia) RICHMOND. The largest city of Virginia and a port
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  • _Carlton18471936Private in the Confederate States Army and mayor of Richmond, Virginia (1904-1908) Walks About Richmond (1871) (External scan) “Camp Fires of the Boys in
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  • by the Southern Historical Society (Richmond, Virginia, United States), volumes 50-52 were published by the Virginia Historical Society (same location)
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  • Cyclopædia Richmond (Virginia) 1695486The American Cyclopædia — Richmond (Virginia) RICHMOND, a city, port of entry, and the capital of Virginia and of
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  • Volume 23 Richmond (Virginia) 16954581911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 23 — Richmond (Virginia) RICHMOND, the capital of Virginia, U.S.A., the
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  • R. B. Stover, Richmond, Virginia. APPOINTMENTS BY THE GRAND COMMANDER. Adjutant-General, Captain Thomas Ellett, Richmond, Virginia. AIDES-DE-CAMP
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  • International Encyclopædia Richmond (Missouri) 2034272The New International Encyclopædia — Richmond (Missouri) RICHMOND. A city and the county-seat
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  • Collier's New Encyclopedia Richmond (Kentucky) 1696442Collier's New Encyclopedia — Richmond (Kentucky) RICHMOND, county-seat of Madison co., Ky.;
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  • 'That on the second day of June, 1884, the grand jury of the city of Richmond, Virginia, found an indictment against your petitioner for selling said coupon
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  • more estates at his death. He lived latterly at Turkey Island, below Richmond, Virginia, where he had built himself a splendid mansion. He was also a shipowner
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  • ____________________ RICHMOND, VA. Published by the Society. 1892. page WM. ELLIS JONES, PRINTER, RICHMOND, VA. page TABLE OF
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  • (Virginia) 13237241911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 17 — Manchester (Virginia) MANCHESTER, a former city of Chesterfield county, Virginia, U
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  • Richmond, Virginia. Henry Heth, Antietam Survey, Washington, D.C. R. F. Hoke, Raleigh, North Carolina. J. L. Kemper, Orange Courthouse, Virginia.
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  • counties were certified to the secretary of the commonwealth, at Richmond, Virginia, and that the defendants, as the board of state canvassers, would
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  • Confederacy. See General Orders, No. 23, A. and I. General's office, Richmond, Virginia, February 24th, 1864. Colonel Sale was thus brought into intimate
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  • Edition, Volume XX Richmond (Indiana) 1695985Encyclopædia Britannica, Ninth Edition, Volume XX — Richmond (Indiana) RICHMOND, a city of the United
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