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1813-1883
Inclusive dates
1813-1883
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Language
eng
Summary
Papers, 1813-1883, of J. Marshall McCue (ca. 1816-1890) of Staunton, Virginia, consisting of a letter, 4 September 1883, from J. Marshall McCue of Staunton, Virginia, to E. W. Keightley, 3rd Auditor's Office, Washington D.C. requesting information on soldiers from Augusta County, Virginia, who served in the War of 1812; a letter, 29 September 1883, from Keightley to McCue in response; payroll, ca. 1812, for Captain Hugh Young's Company of Virginia militia; muster roll, 30 August-30 November 1814, for Captain James Kirk's Company of the 32nd Virginia militia; muster roll, 1 September-30 November 1814, for Captain Abraham Lange's Company of the 5th Virginia militia; muster roll, 4 March-4 May 1813, for Captain Harry Heth's Company, cavalry, 1st Virginia militia; muster roll, 4-27 January 1814, for Captain John C. Powers' [Sowers] Artillery Company of the Virginia militia, commanded by Captain Arthur Emmerson; and notes, n.d., on Bishop James Madison (1749-1812) of Virginia, abstracted from various sources
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Biographical or historical data
J. Marshall McCue was born about 1816 in Augusta County, Virginia. He represented Augusta County in the Virginia House of Delegates from 1848 to 1861 and from 1863 to 1865. McCue died in Staunton, Virginia, 5 March 1890.
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Vi
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Papers
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!UNKNOWN LABEL
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  • The Library of Virginia
Extent
21
Immediate source of acquisition
The John Stewart Library
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000500946
Type of unit
  • leaves and 2
  • p.

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