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Papers of the Cocke family 1850-1895.

Author: Charles Hartwell CockePhilip St George CockeSally Elizabeth Courtney Bowdoin CockeJohn H PowellJohn Bowdoin CockeAll authors
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Most of the papers consist of letters and receipts from John H. Powell, of the Richmond Female Institute, to John Bowdoin Cocke, and Betty Burwell Page Cocke, regarding tuition for their daughters. There are also letters from Charles Hartwell Cocke to M. Louise Cocke mentioning the burning of the Rotunda; from Philip St. George Cocke to John B. Cocke regarding an epidemic at U. Va., and a trip to Europe; and from  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Personal narratives
Named Person: Cocke family.; Zachary Taylor
Material Type: Biography, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Hartwell Cocke; Philip St George Cocke; Sally Elizabeth Courtney Bowdoin Cocke; John H Powell; John Bowdoin Cocke; Betty Burwell Page Cocke; M Louise Cocke; John Hartwell Cocke
OCLC Number: 647967202
Description: 35 items.

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Most of the papers consist of letters and receipts from John H. Powell, of the Richmond Female Institute, to John Bowdoin Cocke, and Betty Burwell Page Cocke, regarding tuition for their daughters. There are also letters from Charles Hartwell Cocke to M. Louise Cocke mentioning the burning of the Rotunda; from Philip St. George Cocke to John B. Cocke regarding an epidemic at U. Va., and a trip to Europe; and from Sally Elizabeth Courtney Bowdoin Cocke to Philip St. George Cocke and John Hartwell Cocke mentioning a reception for Zachary Taylor during a visit to Baltimore and Washington in 1850 and commenting on John Hartwell Cocke as "being at last weaned from the Yankees ..."

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