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1745-1764
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1745-1764
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eng
Summary
Papers, 1745-1764, of Dr. C. G. Chamberlayne (1876-1939) of Richmond, Virginia, consisting of accounts, dated 3 April, 6 June, and 14 June 1745, of the Reverend John Brunskill (d. 1762) of Caroline County, Virginia, and an account, dated 7 August 1746, by an unknown individual, concerning statements made about and to Brunskill by Charles Noden (d. ca. 1771), Hugh Noden (d. ca. 1751), and Thomas Wild; a letter, dated [1746?] from John Brunskill to an unidentified individual; a list, dated [1757?], of county surveyors and dates of their bonds; and a land patent, dated 15 August 1764, for 353 acres in Nansemond County, Virginia, from Lieutenant Governor Francis Fauquier (1703-1768) to Willis Riddick (1725-1800) of Nansemond County. These copies were purchased for C. G. Chamberlayne (1876-1939) by the Virginia State Library from the Library of Congress in 1938
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Churchill Gibson Chamberlayne was born in Richmond, Virginia, 23 December 1876 to John Hampden Chamberlayne (1838-1882) and Mary W. Gibson Chamberlayne (1850-1905). He attended the University School in Richmond, and graduated from the University of Virginia in 1901 with a Bachelor of Arts. Chamberlayne attended the Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, Virginia, and the University of Halle-Wittenburg in Germany, where he earned a Master of Arts and a Ph.D. in 1904-1906. Chamberlayne became a deacon of the Episcopal church in 1904 and a priest in 1914. He founded St. Christopher's School in Richmond and was headmaster at the time of his death. Chamberlayne edited and wrote several works on Virginia history. He married Elizabeth Breckenridge Bolling (1887-1978) 22 June 1911, and they had two sons. Chamberlayne died 3 April 1939 and was buried at Emmanuel Church, Richmond, Virginia.
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Vi
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Papers
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  • The Library of Virginia
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6
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Library of Congress
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000499331
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Type of unit
leaves.

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