The Resource to Captain Micajah Woods, Howardsville (Albemarle County), Virginia

to Captain Micajah Woods, Howardsville (Albemarle County), Virginia

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to Captain Micajah Woods, Howardsville (Albemarle County), Virginia, 1908 Aug. 13
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to Captain Micajah Woods, Howardsville (Albemarle County), Virginia
Inclusive dates
1908 Aug. 13
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eng
Summary
Letter, 13 August 1908, from Camm Patteson (1840-1909) to Captain Micajah Woods (1844-1911) of Howardsville, Albemarle County, Virginia. In the letter, Patteson strongly states his conviction and praise for the ideals of William Jennings Bryan (1860-1925), a candidate in the 1908 presidential campaign. Patteson also wrote to request that Captain Woods serve as counsel for Patteson in the Johnson Turner Chancery case in Albemarle Circuit Court. Patteson was seeking reimbursement for funds he was due in that suit
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Biographical or historical data
  • Camm Patteson (1840-1909) son of David Patteson of Buckingham County, Virginia. Attended law school at the University of Virginia and practiced law in Buckingham County, Virginia. In 1861 he joined the 56th Virginia Infantry (Company D) as captain. After the war he represented Buckingham County in the Virginia Assembly. He was the author of THE YOUNG BACHELOR, published in 1900.
  • Micajah Woods was a commonwealth attorney in Virginia, and in 1909 served as president of the Virginia State Bar Association.
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Letter
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to Captain Micajah Woods, Howardsville (Albemarle County), Virginia
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  • The Library of Virginia
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2
Immediate source of acquisition
Albemarle County Circuit Court Records
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000497990
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Photocopies.
Type of unit
leaves.

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