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1815-1824
Inclusive dates
1815-1824
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Language
eng
Summary
  • Papers, 1815-1824, of the Murray family of England. These papers concern an alleged claim of Virginia Murray against the state of Virginia and the efforts of both Virginia and George Murray to recover land in the United States owned by their father, John Murray, Fourth Earl of Dunmore. The claim involves a supposed promise made by the Virginia assembly, to pay John Murray if he named his child Virginia in honor of the state
  • Includes: correspondence to Thomas Jefferson, dated 3 December 1815, and James Monroe, dated 28 May 1824, from Virginia Murray, concerning her appeal to the state of Virginia; a copy of the memorial of Lady Virginia Murray to the State Assembly of Virginia, dated 28 May 1824; and documents conveying power of attorney of George and Virginia Murray to William Service in England and John Service in Charleston, South Carolina, dated 14 December 1824. Also includes correspondence, 1818-1824, from George Murray Dunmore, regarding claims to land in Virginia
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Additional physical form
These papers are printed in the William and Mary College Quarterly, First Series, Vol. XXIV. No. 2 (October 1915), p. 85-101.
Biographical or historical data
Virginia Murray was the daughter of John Murray, 4th Earl of Dunmore (1732-1809), last royal governor of Virginia, 1771-1775.
Cataloging source
Vi
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Papers
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!UNKNOWN LABEL
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Chronological.
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  • The Library of Virginia
Extent
26
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000489893
Type of unit
p.

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