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- Papers, 1791-1866, of Creed Taylor (1766-1836) of Cumberland County, Virginia containing letters to and from Taylor, and accounts and estate records for Beverley Randolph (1754-1797), administered by Taylor. Correspondents include Thomas Gibson, James Monroe (1758-1831), Bushrod Washington (1762-1829), James Wood (1741-1813), and several members of the Randolph family
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- Creed Taylor (1766-1836), a political sponsor of John Randolph, conducted a law school at his Virginia estate, "Needham," in Cumberland County, Virginia. He also was judge in the Superior Courts of Chancery for the Richmond and Lynchburg districts.
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