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Papers of the Eppes family 1775-1928.

Author: John Wayles EppesMaria EppesFrancis EppesMary Elizabeth Cleland Randolph EppesEzra BauderAll authors
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Family correspondence of the Eppes family of Chesterfield County, Va. and Tallahassee, Fla. Chief correspondents are: John Wayles Eppes and his wife Mary Eppes, their son Francis Wayles Eppes and his wife Mary Elizabeth Cleland Eppes and their son John Wayles Eppes. Other correspondents are: Ezra Bauder, John K. Campbell, and Harriet Randolph.
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Genre/Form: History
Portraits
Named Person: Epps family.; Bellamy family.; John Pitcairn; Thomas Sully; Thomas Jefferson; Bellamy family.; Epps family.; Thomas Jefferson; John Pitcairn; Thomas Sully
Material Type: Biography, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: John Wayles Eppes; Maria Eppes; Francis Eppes; Mary Elizabeth Cleland Randolph Eppes; Ezra Bauder; John K Campbell; Harriet Randolph; Thomas Jefferson; Ellen Wayles Randolph Coolidge
OCLC Number: 647942789
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Family correspondence of the Eppes family of Chesterfield County, Va. and Tallahassee, Fla. Chief correspondents are: John Wayles Eppes and his wife Mary Eppes, their son Francis Wayles Eppes and his wife Mary Elizabeth Cleland Eppes and their son John Wayles Eppes. Other correspondents are: Ezra Bauder, John K. Campbell, and Harriet Randolph.

Letter, 1775 July 4, Thomas Jefferson, Philadelphia, to Francis Eppes discusses the battle of Bunker Hill, the death of British major John Pitcairn, and the fitting of New England ships for war. One letter fragment (n.d.) in Jefferson's hand.

Letter, 1821 April 5, Ellen Wayles Coolidge, Monticello, to Francis Eppes, Columbia, S. C. regarding Thomas Sully's portrait of Jefferson, a meeting of the U. Va. Board of Visitors, and a visit of an Englishman [3 p. 25 cm. holograph signed. with address]. Also, fragments of poetry and hymns [n.d.] in the hand of M.E.C.R. Eppes; obituaries from newspapers of various members of the Eppes, Bellamy and related families; and deed, 1856 Nov. 20, with plat of Rappanhannock, Va.

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