Colonial Williamsburg Research Division Web Site

Index to the Virginia Cavalcade, 1951-2002
M

Maass, John, author
"To Disturb the Assembly," Tarleton's Charlottesville Raid & the British Invasion of Virginia, 1781, 49:148-177
Mabry, Lewis, mayor of Petersburg, 4(2):42
Mabry mill, Patrick Co., 4(2):11*
Macaulay, Alexander, Yorktown merchant, 9(1):11; 16(2):18
MacDonald, Ramsay, British leader, visit to Hoover, 30:160,161
MacCord, Howard A., Sr., auth.
"Forts in Colonial Virginia," 20(2):4-11
"A Virginia Indian family in 1680," 17(1):39-42
"Virginia Indian mounds," 15(1):28-31
Mace, ceremonial presented to Norfolk, 1754, 5(3):38,42*
"Macedonian," ship, 3(4):5,7*
Macer, Hannah, pauper, Augusta Cty., 49:28
MacFarland,
Turner, Richmond belle, 2(3):19; 46:56
W.H., pallbearer for Monroe reburial, 35:58
William H., banker, 25:17
William H., lieut. governor, 29:133
Machipongo. See Hog Island.
Machumps, Indian at Jamestown, 48:61
MacIver,
Charles, Alexandria resident, 48:180
Mrs. Charles, 48:184
Mack,
Alexander, Jr., German settler, 14(2):26
Connie (Cornelius McGillicuddy), baseball mgr., 34:190*
MacKay, John, leader of Royal Ethiopians, 24:7
MacKnight, Dodge, artist
"Flago, Beacon Street, Boston," 37:53*
MacKubin, Florence, artist
"Basil Lanneau Gildersleeve," 25:117*
MacLean, Lauchlin, land agent, 1(2):23
Maclin, Frederick, mem. House of Delegates, 19(3):40
Maclin-Zimmer-McGill Tobacco Co., 36:71
MacMurray, Fred, actor, 36:40,43
MacNelly, Jeff, cartoonist
"Mike Houston,' 29:163*
Macon,
Ann, Jamestown resident, 45:177
Mrs. M.V., fundraiser for NMWMA, 45:32
MacRae, Alexander, atty., gov. prosecutor, 50:11
MacSwiney, Terence, Irish patriot, 51:153*
Macy, John Albert, journalist, 39:56,58*
Madam Russell Memorial United Methodist Church, Saltville, 30:116,117*
Maddux,
James K., huntsman, 10(3):17
Polly, student (?), 24:46
Maden, J.R., hotel owner, 15(3):29
Madison,
Agatha Strother, m-in-law of Elizabeth, 46:257
Ambrose, grandfather of James, 19(2):36
Dolley Payne Todd, w. of Pres., 1(3):29*; 13(2):7,8; 23(1):32; 33:448; 48:44; d. of J. Payne, 50:161
Elizabeth Preston, d. of Col. Wm. Preston, 46:257
James, Col., f. of President, judge, 18(5):34,35*
James, bishop/educator, 2(4):12,13; 5(4):6,7*; 6(4):22,23; 22(4):6,7*; 23(1):30,31*; 29:95; 33:148,150*; 35:81
James, president, 1(1):46; 1(3):26-31*; 12(2):10*; 13(2):7; 13(4):31,32; 15(1):46; 18(1):30*; 19(2):378; 19(4):18*; 12(3):31*; 22(1):18,19*; 23(1):30-32*; 24:186*; 29:64,67; 31:114*; 32:63-75*; 32:141,160,162*,185,186*; 33:31-34,75,78*; 34:18; 35:83-85,113-119; 38:126,127; 48:177; 50:5,14; 51:17,18
bust of, 12(2):7*
role in convention of 1829-30, 3(1):20,17*
death mask of, 3(1):20*
election of 1789, 7(4):44,45
election of 1800, 2(4):8-15*
grave of, 1(3):31*
legend about Houdon statue, 2(2):39,40
opposition to religious assessments, 15(2):26,28,30,31*
visit to Elizabeth Russell, 30:115,116
William, King George Co., 9(2):40
Madison, James C., Fincastle library, 49:34
Madison, town, 4(2):15; 14(3):16; 19(4):18
Madison County
courthouses, 19(4):16-21*
homesteads, 36:139*
jail, 19(4):18,19,21*
residents, 36:140,141*
Madison's cave, Augusta Co., 3(4):26*
Magee, James C., US Army Surg. Gen., 45:74
Maggodee Creek, Franklin Cty., Walker homestead, 50:47
Magill, Mary Tucker, educator/writer, 37:94*
Magness, Ruth, supv., McIntire Park sanctuary, 50:39
The Magnolia, 32:150-157
mastheads, 1862 and 1864 (D), 32:150,152
Magnolia Grove, home of Ravenscrofts, 16(1):28-30
Magnus, Charles, artist
"Alexandria in 1863," 15(2):7*
Magonigle, Edith, artist, 46:204
Magraw, William M.F., surveyor, 33:115,116
Magruder,
Elizabeth, Arlington County Commissioner, 46:200
George A. Capt., 50:67
James, builder, 16(1):25
John Bankhead, CSA officer, 7(2):27-28*; 9(3):44; 20(4):18,20; 21(3):18*; 22(3):21; 24:89,90; 33:43*; 37:164; 51:86,87*
in Mexican War, 46:104-110,114; 48:30
Maham, Dennis, VMI professor, 49:142
Mahanaim, settlement near Blacksburg, 14(2):26
Maho, Charles, tobacco factory worker, 39:134
Mahone, William, CSA officer, politician, 2(2):42-44; 2(4):27; 3(3):12,15*; 4(3):28; 4(4):23-26*; 12(4):19,22; 14(4):17; 16(4):19; 18(2):38*; 18(3):44-47*; 18(5):9-11; 21(2):32*; 30:63-67*; 39:174
pres. Norfolk & Petersburg R.R., 50:70
Mahood, Sallie Lee, artist, 31:207
Maile, Eugene, Tubize Orchestra, 51:112,116
Mainwaring, Henry, servant, 37:110
Maison Carree, Nimes, France, 51:17-19
Maitland, Robert, N.Y. cotton factor, 49:73
Maiolo, Joey, Norton baseball player, 48:105
Maison Carree, model for Capitol, 1(3):5; 29:148,149*
Major Bowes & His Original Amateur Hour, 45:104
Major, Henry B., artist
"The room in the McLean House," 37:124*
Makataimeshekiakiah. See Blackhawk.
Makemie,
Francis, Presbyterian leader, 17(1):27-31
Naomi Anderson, w. of Francis, 17(1):29,31
Malesky,
Gaynelle Straight, author
“The Mouse Hunter,” A W. Va. Memoir, 48:107
Lann A., author
“The Kids of Summer,” The Integration of the Little League in Norton, Va., 1951, 48:100-107
Norton Little League Team, 48:100*,107*
Championship ribbon, 48:104*
Mallet, John W., professor, 1(3):17,18
Mallon, J.E., Union officer, 18(2):42
Mallory,
______, theater proprietor, 28:12
C.K., 51:88
Stephen R., CSA secy. of navy, 13(3):7,11,13,15*; 14(4):5; 26:182*; 33:102,107*; 50:74
Thomas, witness against Edward Hill, 17(4):12,14
Malloy, Sophie, Richmond, 46:45,46
Malone, Dumas, historian, 29:156,158; 46:180
Malthus, Thomas Robert, author,
"An Essay on the Principle of Population," 45:126-132
Malton, Thomas, artist
"House-breakers, 1788" (based on Rowlandson), 37:101*
Mammy Chris, slave, 4(1):29-30
Manakin, town, 3(3):37-41*; 18(3):13-16
Manakin Episcopal Church, 3(3):40
Book of common prayer, binding, 3(3):39*
Manarin, Louis H., auth., project historian VCWC, 50:79,79*,80,86
"A building for the preservation of public records," 24:22-31
"Lee in command," 25:164-175
Manassas, 12(2):34-39; 18(4):31-40,48*; 28:45,46; 37:183-191
First Battle, 1861, 19(4):24,25*; 21(3):14,15; 30:150,151
Second Battle, 1862, 19(4):40,41*; 25:170*; 45:36
battlefield area (M), 8(3):41
reenactment 1961, 50:85
Manassas Gap Railroad (M),14(2):30,31*; (M),19(4):30-41*
Manassas Junction, 28:44*
Manchester, town, 17(3):36,37
cotton factories (M),26:112*
map used in murder trial, (M),46:177*
Manchester and Petersburg Turnpike Co., 3(3):5,6
Manchester Turnpike Co., 4(3):4
Manly, Ralza, Va. Freedmen's Bureau Educ. Supt., 46:30
Mann,
______, midshipman in Tripoli area, 15(1):6,7
Edwin, b. of Harry C., physician, 38:172
Edwin M., f. of Harry C., court clerk, 27:175; 38:172
Harry C., photographer, 28:28,33*; 38:172; 39:4
bottling company photographs, 4(1):39,42*J
children, photographs, 27:174,177*; 28:28-33*
fox hunters, 3(2):23*
Pender Stores, 3(3):44,45*
"Virginians at Play," 38:172-179
Virginians at work, 39:4,9*
wagons, 3(2):8,9*
Hunter, bro. of Harry C., 38:172
Isaac T., capitalist, 30:17*
James, attorney, 38:172
James, bro. of Harry C., 27:175
James, Jr., nephew of Harry C., 38:172
Jemima, great niece of Cornwallis, 32:124
John, Gloucester Co., 7(1):19
Pattie B., Cowles, w. of Edwin M., 38:172
William B., student, 34:46
William Hodges, governor, 3(3):26; 5(3):15-19*; 6(2):31,32; 17(1):45,47*; 18(2):31,33*; 32:104; 38:170,172
inauguration, 1910, 50:174
Mrs. William Hodges, w. of governor, 11(1):29
Mannerchor, German glee club, Gesang-Verein, 46:68
Manning,
Charles P., chief engineer, railroad, 14(1):40,41
Christopher, Jr., Richmond plumbing exec. & police cmmr., 46:45,46
Mansfield, _____, English jurist, 50:4
Mansion House, Alexandria, 11(3):37-39*; 35:158*
Manson, Otho F., professor, 31:164
Manteo, Indian, 48:57
Manzo, Bettina, auth.
"A Virginian abroad: St. George Tucker goes to New York," 36:100,111
Mapmakers:
photo of Civil War mapmakers in the field, 48:33*
Mapp,
Alf, Jr., auth.
"Virginia's fighting Yankees," 8(3):18-28
G. Walter, state senator, 22(3):29*
Mapp Act, 1916, enforcement of, 22(3):29-35
Mapsico Church, Charles City Co. 17(2):5-8
Maps:
"Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union & Confederate Armies," 48:26
"Gilmer," "Gilmer-Campbell," 48:35
"The Lost War Maps of the Confederates," 48:35
McDowell Map, 48:26
Map of the Battle-Grounds in the Vicinity of Richmond, Va., 1863, 48:32
"Map of Fluvanna County, Va.," 1864, 48:33
Map of the State of Virginia, 1863, 48:24,25*
"Map of a Part of the Rappahannock River Above Fredericksburg and of the Rapid Ann River and the adjacent country," 1862, 48:28*
"Additions & Corrections for the Map of a Part of the Rappa- hannock above Fredericksburg," 1863, 48:29*
"Map of the Vicinity of Richmond & Part of the Peninsula," 1864, 48:34*
Michie's 1865 Map of the Richmond area, 48:35*
U.S. Coast Survey, Treas. Dept., 48:24,26
"Sheet #1, Military Reconnaissance, Dept. of Va., 1862," 48:30*
"Surveys for Military Defenses: Map of Northeastern Va. & Vicinity of Washington 1862," 48:26,27*(detail)
"Military Maps Illustrating the Operations of the Armies of the Potomac & James," 1864-1865, 48:29
Old 'Nine Sheet' map of Va., 48:32
"Yorktown to Williamsburg," map, 48:31*
Marable,
George, mem. House of Burgesses, 18(4):23,26
Matthew, Mecklenburg Co., 7(3):27
Marbury, William, attorney, 38:128
Marbury vs. Madison, court case, 50:6,14,15
Marcy, William L., sec. of state, 29:187*
"Margaret and John," voyage of (M), 28:130-137*
Marie, Queen of Romania, 36:8,9,12,13*
Marine Corps, CSA, 16(2):42-47
Mariner, Kirk, auth.
"The great September gust," 32:20-29
Mariners Musem, Newport News, 11(1):40
Marion,
_____, Richmond baseball player, 48:127
Francis (The Swamp Fox), Continental officer, 27:55*; 30:31
Marion (city), 30:31-37*
newspapers, 19(4):44,46,47
Market Square, Williamsburg, 28:191*
tavern, 5(2):4*
Markets, Richmond, 4(4):8-13*
advertisements for stalls and products (D), 4(4):9
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Markham,
James, town trustee, Marlborough, 16(2):41
John, purchaser of Banister plantation, 11(4):14
Vincent, Jefferson, Va., trustee, 50:89
Marks, Louis L., militia officer, 17(3):8*
Marl (shells in soil), 45:119-122,125
Marlborough, Duchess of, 21(1):32,33*
Marlborough, Duke of, 21(1):32,33*
Marlborough, home of John Mercer (M), 16(2):32,40,41*; 26:74-85
artifacts from, 26:83*
sketch for insurance company, 26:80*
Marlbourne, home of Ruffins, 17(1):38,38*; 32:128*; 45:131
Marot, Jean, tavern keeper, 5(2):5-7
tavern owned by, 5(2):6*
Marquis & Kelly, Staunton, 51:67
Marr,
Janey Hope, dau. of James Barron Hope, 19(3):28
John Quincy, CSA officer, 6(1):18-21*; 15(3):9*; 30:150*
monument to, Alexandria, 27:92*
Marriage
"Gretna green" in North Carolina, 39:177,178
laws, 1794-1831, 2(4):36,37
license for laymen to perform in remote areas, 2(4):36,37
Marrin, John Coleman, Sgt. WWI, Richmond, 50:128
Marsden, James, Richmond, 11(1):23
"Marse Chan," story by Thomas Nelson Page,
section of manuscript and letter (D),3(1):7,8
Marsh,
Henry C., III, mayor of Richmond, 27:122
Robert, slave owner, Norfolk, 51:69
Marshall family, 49:120
Marshall,
Alexander J., mem. House of Delegates, 30:105
Alice Adams, w. of William, 14(1):9
Annie, w. of A.A. Yoder, 46:38,46
Bessie N., wildflower artist, 50:32,33,32*
Charles, secy. to Robert E. Lee, 11(4):10
Elizabeth Carter Coles, 18(2):26,27,30*
George Catlett, U.S. officer, 18(2):22-30; 33:91*; 48:64-73, 64*,73*
Research Library, VMI, 48:65*,63-74,
Dignitaries at dedication, 48:65*,66*,67*,67*,68*,69*, 70*,71*,71*
WWII Separation Papers, 48:72*
"Geo. C. Marshall, Soldier of Peace," library exhibit, 48:72
Hester Morris, w. of James Markham, 13(4):23,29*
Hunter, student, 34:43,44
James, mem. Va. convention, 1861, 18(5):7
James, discovered gold at Sutter’s mill, 46:286
James Markham, b. of John, attorney, 13(4):22-29; 16(3):47
John, Accomac Co. builder, 14(1):26
John, chief justice, 5(2):8,1*; 9(1):23,27; 9(2):41; 10(1):14,33; 13(4):23,26*; 15(1):11,13-15,19,21; 16(3):47; 21(3):26,33*; 22(4):18*,32*; 24:6*,186*; 25:10,48*,75*; 26:162,175*; 31:119,121*; 32:74*; 33:76; 35:117,118*; 49:66; 50:4-15,5*; 51:57
assessment of Nathaniel Bacon, 27:125
biographer of Geo. Wash., 48:155
convention of 1829-1830, 3(1):20-27*
courtroom of, 26:169*
death and funeral of, 5(2):2,40-42*
election of 1800, 2(4):8-15*
sentence to pirates, 1827, 9(2):4,7,8
tomb of, 5(2):42*
John, hunter, 10(3):14
John, Richmond attorney, 46:179
Liz, and Jeff Seilin, auths.
"Tragedy on the Lawn: The murder of Professor John A.G.Davis," 34:40-47
Louis, b. of James Markham, 13(4):26
Mary Randolph Keith, m. of John, 50:4
Mary Willis Ambler, w. of John, 5(2):14,16*; 50:4
Samuel, Jefferson lot purchaser, 50:89
Thomas, Charles Co., Md., 29:36
Thomas, f. of John, Continental officer, 13(4):22; 24:5-11*; 50:4
W.L., army engineer 45:29
William, b. of John, 14(1):9
"Marshall," boat that moved Jackson's body, 5(4):36-37*; 36:167*
Marshall House Hotel, Alexandria, 11(3):33-35*; 16(3):13,17*; 35:158*
Marshall Theater, Richmond, 28:5,11*, 45:16-25
Marshall tunnel, 22(4):21-27*
Marshman, William, butler, 31:23
Martin,
A.G.M., III, auth.
"Lee's Christmases far from home," 7(3):28-32
Aloyous, Capt., adj. & personnel, WWG Hosp., 45:75,80*
Charles, professor, 9(4):30,32,33
Denny, clergyman, 32:121,124,125*
family portraits, 32:114,125*
Edward, Accomac, 14(1):21
Edward, bro. of Denny, 32:121
Fletcher, artist
"Service club," 39:32*
Frances, w. of Danny, 32:124
Frank, banker, 37:138
Henry, bell ringer and janitor, 10(3):18-20,22*
Homer Dodge, painter
“The Iron Mine, Port Henry, N.Y.,” 46:264*
J.G., CSA officer, 25:82
James, free black farmer, Jefferson, Va., 50:94
John, settler, 1(4):29-31; 6(4):44
patent for Martin's Brandon, 1(4):29
John Blennerhassett, artist, 25:72,79*; 31:83
"Major Bailey," 10(1):30*
"John Durborrow Blair," from Thompson, 25:71*
"James Lafayette," 31:85*
"Benjamin Watkins Leigh," 25:72*
"John Marshall," 25:76*; 26:173*
"Ploughing," 10(1):31*
self-portrait, 25:174*
Joseph, mem. General Assembly, 22(1):9*
Publisher, "New & Comprehensive Gazetteer of Va.," 50"91,92
L.E., V-E Day celebrant, 45:87
Luther, Antifederalist, 33:69*; 35:113,114
Md. atty. of Burr, 50:11
Mary Porter, and Susan L. Klaus, auths.
"A fair chance: Virginia Randolph Ellett and women's education," 39:52-61
N. Macon, trustee, Huguenot Springs Hospital, 18(3):16
Philip, bro. of Denny, 32:121,124*
Raphael, musician, 11(1):9
Robert Dabney, Pfc. WWI, Richmond, 50:130
Robert M., CSA officer, 14(4):8
Stephen Taylor, Rev., Presby. Headmaster, 46:10
Thomas, tutor/clergyman, 1(3):127
Thomas Staples, U.S. senator, 3(3):16; 7(4):20; 32: 103,105,106*; 38:170; 50:106
"Will," CSA officer, 4(2):27
William P., Methodist leader, 18(30):30
Martindale, Franklin, Union officer, 28:90-94
Martin-Perdue, Nancy J., prof. & author, 46:152,154
Martin's Brandon, 1(4):29-31
patent for (D), 1(4):29
Martin's hundreds, 9(3):20
Martin's warehouse, Lynchburg, 14(3):18,21*
Martinsville, town, 22(1):9,10
Marty, Martin E., auth.
"Freedom of religion and the First Amendment," 32:158-171
Marx, Joseph, Richmond, 19(2):8
Mary, Queen of Great Britain, 7(2):14-22*
coronation celebration in Henrico Co. (D), 2(4):5
Mary Baldwin College, 6(2):13-18*; 18(3):35
Mary Fund, donations, 45:31
"Mary Washington," steamer, 15(1):34
Marye,
clergyman/tutor, 2(3):22; 10(3):5
Morton, Alexandria Rifleman, 11(4):8
Morton, state auditor, 16(3):15
Marye's Heights, Fredericksburg, 6(3):29-33*
Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia Railway, 15(1):33,34; 36:182
Maryland-Virginia border dispute, 7(1):34
Marysville (Charlotte Court House), 21(1):7,10
Mason,
Anne Eilbeck, 1st w. of George, 1(1):5,8*
Armistead T., U.S. senator, 14(2):16
Bernard, Giles City, WarHC, 50:127
Carson G., Capt. 2nd Infantry Band, 50:105
Charles, VMI student, 49:141
George, fighter with Indians, 1675, 16(2):21
George, author of Bill of Rights, 1(1):4,8*; 1(3):29-31; 2(3):27; 25:10,150,157*; 26:75; 27:88; 32:63-75*,139, 141*; 33:68; 34:13,14,17,18,176; 35:81-83,115; 39:39,42
Declaration of Rights (D), 1(1):14-19
home of, 1(1):9-13,48*
George, mem. House of Burgesses, 1725, 26:75
George, town trustee, Marlborough, 1706, 16(2):41
George Carrington, historian, 6(4):18
James Murray, CSA diplomat, 18(5):30; 15(2):41,42*; 35:87
John, at Washington sale, 51:60
John, pres. Potowmak Co., 12(4):47
John Young, secy. of navy, 16(3):8; 22(4):20; 34:66
Jonathan, Jefferson tavern owner, 50:90
Margaret, relative of Frank W. Holliday, 18(3):11
Paul, air cadet with Mason Wms., 45:61,62
Richard, U.S. Army Col., 46:286
Sarah Brent, 2d w. of George, 1(1):7
Stevens Thomson, student, 9(2):40
Stevens Thomson, U.S. senator, 15(2):7; 29:65
Thomas, railroad engineer, 34:59-63
Tom, maker of Brunswick stew, 10(1):41
Valentine M., Franklin Society, Lexington, 49:38
"Mason L. Weems," steamer. See "William F. Romer."
Mason tunnel, 22(4):20,21*
Masonic Female Institute, Wytheville, 50:23
Masonic Hall, Alexandria, 14(1):38
Mason-Slidell affair, 15(2):42
Massanutten Caverns, Rockingham County, 3(4):28; 50:53
Massanutten Mountain, 1(3):24,25*
Massaponax, site of General Post office, 3(3):33,34
Massaponax Baptist Church, 11(4):41-47*
Massey,
"Parson" John, Baptist minister, 9(4):39; 21(2):33*
William Broaddus, Lt. WWI, Richmond dentist, 50:129
Massie,
Mary Preston. See Pleasants, Mary Preston Massie.
Robert, professor, 13(3):27
Thornton L., judge, 17(1):43-47
Massie Medal of the Garden Club of Va., 50:39
Massow, Robert von, CSA volunteer, 24:87
Masten, John, farmer, 35:72,73*
Mastercraft Associates, N.Y. display house bus., 50:81
Masters, Charles & Eliza, Paint Bank res., 46:260
Masters of Foxhounds Assoc., 10(3):15
Matchotick medal (D),17(1):40
Materials Testing Lab., Aircraft Div., Patuxent R., Md., 51:11
Mather, Increase, educator, 17(1):29*
Mathew, Thomas, planter/merchant, 27:125
Mathews,
______, farmer, Potomac, 16(2):21
Alexander F., Lewisburg, W.Va., res., 46:264
E.C., state senator, 2(3):35
George, Continental officer, 24:106
H.S., editor of Wytheville Dispatch, 50:20
Henry Mason, Lewisburg, W.Va., gov., 46:264
Mason, son of Alexander, 46:264
Samuel, governor, d. 1660, 1(4):22, 30:171
Samuel II, Jamestown gov., 45:173, 30:171
Thomas, Continental officer, 2(2):32,35
Thomas, militia officer, 1807, 22(1):31,36,38*
Virgin, suicide of, 35:105
William, agent of canal co., 3(3):10
Participant in James R. rescue, 46:85
Mathias, John, surveyor, 16(3):31
Mathiot, George, chief of the Coast Survey's Photograph & Electrotype Div., 48:27
Matholic, home of Thomas Lee, 3(1):14,15
Matilda, poet on Jenny Lind, 45:22
Matildaville jail, ruins, 12(4):43*
Matoaca, town, 30:177,185*
Matoaca Manufacturing Co., 30:177-185
Mattaponi Baptist Church, 26:137*
Mattaponi Indians, 28:112,114
Matteson, Tompkins H., artist
"Justice's Court in the backwoods," 36:156*; 37:150*
study of, 37:150
Matthews,
Capt. ______, militia officer, 24:8
George Bagby, artist, 46:187
"Stonewall Jackson," 5(4):35*
"Lee and his generals," 37:115
George H., police sergeant, 31:163
Henry, Northampton Co., 14(1):22
"Jimmy," inventor of Brunswick stew (?), 10(1):37-39,41
Pat, auth.
"Joseph Jenkins Roberts: The father of Liberia," 23(2):4-11; 46:86
Theodore, maker of Brunswick stew, 10(1):41
William, engineer, 16(3):31
Mattus, George F., professor, 10(2):33
Maupin,
Gabriel, tavern proprietor, 5(2):5
N.C., clerk, 8(2):46
Socrates, physician, 1(3):17,18*; 2(3):43,45*; 13(3):27,29-31; 25:112*
Maurice, Henry A., mayor of Manchester, 25:183
Maury,
James, clergyman, 12(1):27; 23(3):7; 31:172,173*
Matthew Fontaine, 2(1):40*; 2(3):11-16*; 7(2):41; 10(2):15; 12(2):4,7,10,11*; 15(4):4-7*; 23(3):7; 23(4):34*; 26:178-183*; 37:91,93*; 50:66,67
Physical geography of the sea, frontispiece (D), 2(3):13
Physical survey of Virginia, frontispiece (D), 2(1):41
Walker, teacher, 24:29,30
Maury River, 3(4):8-13
bridge, Lexington, 1(2):17
See also North River.
Mausoleum, Mills's plan for national, 29:122,123
Maximilian, emperor, 14(4):42-47
Maury work with, 2(3):15
Maxwell, James, sea captain, 2(2):32
Maxwell Field, Montgomery, Ala., 45:54
May,
David, physician, 28:82
David, Petersburg lawyer, 48:82
J.F., mem. General Assembly, 24:18
John, mem., Fifth Virginia Convention, 25:149
John Pegram, militia officer, 17(3):5,10*
Joseph, 51:54,61
Thomas, Buckingham, 17(4):33
Mayburry, Thomas, ironmaster, 7(2):32
Mayer,
Judge Charles, 46:191
J., Lt. CSA, 50:70
Maynard,
George, sea captain, 2(2):13-16*
Harry L., Congressman, 6(4):42; 10(1):19,20*
Mayo,
Anthony, Jefferson, Va., 50:93
Camella (Mrs. Joseph Jones), cook, 39:135,137,139
Edward Carrington, ______, 12(1):19
Ellen, Jefferson, Va., 50:94
Henrietta, dau. of Joseph, 11(2):15*; 33:21; 47:43*
Isaac, free black farmer, 50:94
Janie, Jefferson, Va., 50:94
John, blacksmith, 39:141
John, house plans for, Richmond, 6(1):36,37,42*
Joseph A., Jefferson, Va., 50:93
Joseph Carrington, mayor of Richmond, 1(4):26,27; 3(1):44,45*; 6(2):40,41; 12(2):16; 18(1):44,46*; 18(5):42; 22(1):23*; 24:92,95; 30:136,137; 31:217,123*; 35:57,58,61; 46:124,157; 47:29; 47:43,43*; 48:123; 49:176
Joseph McC., Henrico Co., 17(3):34,35
Lida, auth.
"John Yates Beall: The Southern John Brown," 14(4):4-9
Maria, Richmond belle, 2(3):27*
Marianna Tabb, w. of Jos., 47:43
Matilda Ellis, wife of Isaac, 50:94
P.H., Richmnd, 10(4):30
Robert A., tobacconist, 20(4):39
Sallie Taliaferro, Richmond, 25:176*
Sally E., Jefferson, Va., 50:94
Sarah, dau. of Joseph Mayo, 11(2):15*; 33:21; 47:43*
Samuel, plasterer, slave, 39:135,137,139
Sydenham, Jefferson, Va., 50:94
Waddy, Jefferson, Va., 50:94
William, Continental officer, 1(2):38
William, surveyor, 16(3):45,46; 34:182; 35:162-164
Fairfax lands (M), 27:87
Northern Neck of Virginia (M), 16(3):46; (M)25:103
Richmond, 1737 (M),35:162-164
Surveying instruments, 46:138*,139*,139*
Mayo Brothers, tobacco co., Richmond, 36:70
Mayo Island, Richmond, 17(3):42,43
Mayo Island Park, Richmond, 34:182-184
Mays,
David John, writer/atty., 34:146*; 50:13
Willie, black baseball player at Norfolk, 48:117*
Maysville, town, 17(4):33
Mazzei, Phillip, author, 1(1):7; 29:82; 39:111,117
McAdam, Edward, Irish immigrant, 47:41,42
McAdoo, Orpheus, member, Hampton Quartet, 51:101,101*
McAlester, Miles D., Union officer, 22(3):23
McAllister, Julian, U.S. army, 2(1):26
McArthur, Arthur, 12(1):32*
Moses, sergeant, 3(2):36,37
McAuley, Muriel, theater owner, 27:120*
McBride, R.M. & Co., publisher, 51:76
McCabe,
Eliza Sophia Gordon Taylor, m. of Wm. G., 14(4):20
J.B., comm. attorney, 21(2):34,35
James D., Jr., editor, 32:154-156
John Collins, Episcopal rector, 14(4):20
William Gordon, CSA officer, 5(1):15; 11(4):10; 14(4):20-31*; 18(4):39; 19(3):28; 23(2):14,18,19
McCabe's University School, 14(4):23,26,28*
football team, 14(4):31*
McCall,
Archibald, coach dealer, 3(1):29
Edward R., N.Y. City politician, 47:8
"McCall's Magazine," 49:106
McCallum, Daniel C., engineer, 13(1):33; 14(1):44*
McCarthy,
Carlton, mayor of Richmond, 4(2):45,46; 10(4):34; 12(1):27; 12(3);47; 38:78; 46:39
"Live Wire," newspaper, 46:39
Harry, actor, 28:9
Norbert, artist
cartoon on baseball, 26:190*
Sallie, lst graduate of Stuart Hall, 18(3):36
McCarty,
Daniel, speaker, House of Burgesses, 30:173; 39:41
John Mason, Leesburg, 14(2):16
W. Page, editor, 2(3):19,20; 3(2):30,31*; 11(2):9; 14(2):17,19-22*; 28:125,126*; 46:56
McCauley, Charles, S., Union Cmmdr., 50:67-75
McCaw,
James B., physician, 2(3):46*; 31:258-267*; 47:17
James Drew, physician, 2(1):7; 13(3):36,37*
James H., hospital board member, 18(3):16
McClellan,
George B., Union officer, 4(2):26-28; 7(2):27-31*; 18(4):39; 19(4):36,38*; 22(3):20-27; 25:170,171*; 34:15; 45:36; 46:210,212; 48:26,29,30; 51:86
USA Capt., Mexican War, 46:105
Henry B., Union officer, 25:141
Thomas S., attorney, 37:154
McClenachan, William, militia officer, 24:5
McCloud, Anguish, Amberst Co., 38:156
Angus, s. of Anguish, 38j:157
Tabytha, dau. of Anguish, 38:157
McCloy, John J., at Marshall Libr. dedication, 48:66*
William J., Richmond, 51:68
McClure, Alexander, weaver, 45:151
James A.L. Baltimore, 14(4):8,9
"McClure's Magazine," 49:105; 51:76
McClurg,
Elizabeth Selden. See Wickham, Elizabeth S.
James, physician, 5(4):6; 8(2):5; 13(3):37; 25:149-151
John, physician, Federalist, 2(4):8,9
McCollogan, ______, agent of canal co., 3(3):10; 46:85
McComb,
______, lighthouse contractor, 1(2):31; 27:6
W.A.B., Nelson County, 47:19
McConkey, John, weaver of bedcoverings, 45:156
McConnell,
Mrs. John Paul, Radford, 11(1):6
Wilbur, state investigator, 31:42-45
McConochie, David, Richmond Grays, 49:163
McCorkle, W.L., pres. N.Y. Southern Society, 9(2):20
McCormack, Nancy, Fauquier Cty. pauper, 49:26
McCormick,
Charles, hus. of Ellen Wirt, 49:74
Cyrus Hall, inventor, 4(1):20-27; 50:15
barn of, 7(3):27*
slaves, Anthony and Joe, 4(1):26
J.R., surveyor, Rockbridge Co., 25:125
Kyle, auth.
"Mountain Lake," 12(3):10-17
Robert, arms dealer, 22(2):46
Robert, farmer, f. of Cyrus H., 4(1):20-27
Stephen, inventor, 9(1):27; 50:15
McCormick reaper, 13(1):10,11*
advertisement for, 29:29*
McCousland, William, Jr., cabinetmaker, 24:113
McCown, John, blacksmith, 4(1):23,26
McCoy, William, pres. Staunton Convention, 18(5):27
McCredie,
George, Manchester, partner of S.H. Saunders, 50:89
John, merchant, 18(4):41,42,46
McCulloch,
Alex B., editor, proofreader, 45(1):2
Horatio, artist
"Glencoe," 38:145,147,192*
Richard S., professor, 33:46
McCune, J.G., state senator, 12(3):32
McCurdy, Samuel, physician, 29:9
McCurry, Stephanie, author
"Masters of Small Worlds: Yeoman Households, Gender Relations, and the Political Culture of the Antebellum South Carolina Low Country," 49:77
McCutchen, Rev. Chalmers E., V-E Day celebrant, 45:88
McDaid, Jennifer Davis, author, 48:46,47
Blue Ridge Sanatorium, 46:252-255
"'Living on a Frontier Part': Virginia Women Among the Indians," 46:67
"Thomas Jefferson and Elk Hill," 46:160-162
“With Lame Legs and No Money,” Virginia’s Disabled Confederate Veterans, 47:14-25
“Hampton Roads Baseball,” 48:132,133
"All Kinds of Revolutionaries, Pauline Adams, Jessie Townsend and the Norfolk Equal Suffrage League," 49:84-93
"Our share in the war is no small one," Virginia Women and World War I, 50:114-123
McDaniel,
Dick, servant to Joseph Wilmer, 33:186,191
George W., Baptist minister, 17(1):47
McDaniels, John R., hotel proprietor, 11(1):30
McDearmon, Samuel, mem. General Assembly, 17(4):37
McDermott, ______, Pastimes baseball club player, 48:123
McDonald,
E.H., Wytheville Classical Male School, 50:23
James, editor, 4(3):44,45
James, Richmond resident, 45:22,23
John, Irish immigrant, 47:42
Marshall, geologist, 9(3):40,43*
Travis C., author, 51:26-35
"Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest, Privacy Restored,"
William, Lt., Continental army, 48:135
McDougall, Alexander, Whig leader, 38:35
McDowell,
Alfred H., sec. municipal bldg. com., 49:7
Charles, Continental officer, 30:26,27
Charles, Jr., Richmond Times-Dispatch columnist, 50:176,177
Irvin, Union officer, 19(4):33,36; 35:42,44*; 37:183,191*; 48:26
James, committee for Ann Smith Academy, 32:41
James, governor, father of Sally, 17(1):11,12*; 18(3):42; 23(3):17; 26:94; 32:41; 49:37,120,122,122*
James, bro. of Sally, 49:122
John, Irish grocer, 47:39,43
Louis Marshall, bro. of Sally, 49:122
Sally, Campbell Preston, Mrs., Lexington, d. of Gov. James, 49:120-131,121*,129*
"Memoir of James McDowell, LLD, Governor of Va.," 49:131
examples of her letters in trochaics, 49:125-128
Susanna Smith Preston, m. of Sally, 49:120,122
Thomas Preston, bro. of Sally, 49:122
William A., 1822 Fincastle Library Co. director, 49:36
William George, architect, 23:121,124,125; 23(3):27
McDowell, Battle of, 1862 (M), 12(4):26-28*; 34:159,160
McElroy, James, educator/minister, 18(3):35,36
McFadden, Anna Elizabeth, nurse, U.S. Naval Reserve, 50:115,117
McFarland,
Gen. Earl, U.S.A., V-E Day celebrant, 45:85
Mrs. William H., Richmond, 11(4):6
McGann, Margaret Miles, auth.
"Clouds of glory," 8(2):7-11
McGary, C.P., USN lt., 50:73
McGavock, James, tavern keeper, 13(1):15,17
McGavock Cemetery, 51:65
McGehee, Minnie L., auth.
"Fluvanna's several seats," 16(1):22-27
McGill,
A.R., Minn. Gov., 49:185
Ralph, editor, 36:114,115*
John, Catholic bishop, 47:42
McGinnes, Thomas Dix, WWI, Petersburg, 50:129
McGraw, Frank, schoolmaster, 1(2):39
McGuffey,
Harriet Spinning, 1st w. of William H., 16(1):5,6
Laura Howard, 2d. w. of William H., 16(1):6
Mary, dau. of William H., 16(1):6,9
William Holmes, professor, 1(3):17; 5(1):22; 12(4):19; 13(3):27,30*; 16(1):4,9*; 37:91
McGuffin, John A., mining engineer (?), 7(2):42
McGuire,
Hunter Holmes, physician, 2(3):46,47*; 31:159,160,167*; 32:152-161*; 36:163,166,158,159; 47:17
Judith, Richmond, 18(1):46
Stuart, physician, World War I, 2(3):47*; 50:116
William, Episcopal rector, 28:88
______, Irish lad, 47:47
McGuire's University School, 39:55
McHenry,
James, Continental army officer, 48:138,139,142
John, duelist, 3(2):30
Peter, Richmond, 29:34
McIlwaine,
A.G., cotton manufacturer, 30:180*
Henry Read, state librarian, 2(2):40; 27:132,134*; 46:165,168
Richard, educator, 10(1):20
McIntire Park sanctuary, Charlottesville, 50:39
McIntosh,
______, CSA officer, 18(2):46
Jennie Pegram, Richmond belle, 46:56
Robert, tavern keeper, 19(2):46
McIntyre, O.O., N.Y. journalist, 49:107
McKay, Charlotte E., Army nurse, 46:224
McKee,
Marianne, Lib. of Va. map curator, 46:149; 50:142
William, Rockbridge Co., 25:120
McKees, James, weaver, 45:151
McKenny,
Carlton Norris, auth.
"The Richmond free street fairs and carnivals," 32:86-95; 46:72
P.J., Irish immigrant, 47:41
Thomas L., biographer, 35:14
McKenzie,
Edward (Hoot Mon), baseball player, 26:188
Kenneth, physician, 31:15
Lewis, railroad president, 14(1):40,47*
McKim, J. Miller, Penn. Anti-Slavery Society lecturer, 48:84*,89-91,93,91*
McKim, Mead & White, architects, 51:38,38*
McKinley, William, pres., 5(4):17
McKinney,
Philip Watkins, governor, 11(1):29; 11(4):5; 45:32
inauguration, 1890, 50:173
Pink, Appomatox Cty. slave, 50:46
McKinnie, M., architect, 18(5):36,37
McLaughlin,
Lee, football player, 36:140,143*
William, judge, 23(2):47; 45:31
McLavin, Oscar, musician, 27:40
McLaws, Lafayette, CSA officer, 22(3):21; 29:20,21
McLean,
Walter, naval officer, 35:133
Wilmer, Appomattox, 12(2):39
McLean House, Appomattox, 14(4):22,27*; 37:124*
McLeod,
Kenneth, capt. British army, 49:155
Norman C., Jr., author,
“Not Forgetting the Land We Left,” The Irish in Antebellum Richmond, 47:36-47
McLeRoy, Sherrie S., auth.
"From the barren hills of Caledonia: The journey of the Oxford," 38:148-157
McMechen, James, physician, investor in boats, 14(2):34
McMurdo, ______, Pastimes baseball club player, 48:123
McMurran, Lewis A., Jr., home of, 26:23,25*
McNally, William, sailor, 46:279
McNaught, E.R., Richmond auctioneer, 45:21
McNear, Carrie, d. of Anna Ross, 50:31
McNeil, J.W.T., student, 12(3):30
McNeill,
Jesse C., CSA officer, 34:106,107*
John Hanson, head of Partisan Rangers, 13(2):42
William Gibbs, engineer, 16(3):32
McNevin, John, artist
"Destruction of the schooner Gaspie in the waters of Rhode Island," 23(3):10*
McPherson,
Charles, f. of Chris., 46:119
Christopher, Richmond citizen, 46:119
Clarinda, slave mother of Chris, 46:119
McRae,
Alexander, Richmond councilman, 4(4):8; 18(4):47*
Alexander, partner in stage line, 27:23
John, militia officer, 22(1):34
John, engraver, 48:55
Julia, steno 45:9
Richard, militia officer, 17(3):4,5
Sherwin, militia officer, 19(3):15,17
William, engineer, 12(4):8
McTaggart, William, artist
"The sailing of the Emigrant Ship," 38:157*
Meade,
Everard, horse breeder, 29:12
F. Key, teacher, 16(2):28
George, Union Gen., 18(2):40,46*; 46:223; 48:28
Nathaniel B., judge, 31:163
William, Episcopal bishop, 2(1):15; 4(1):38; 6(4):16,18; 18(3):36,37*; 19(4):6,9*; 32:186,187*
Meadows,
Arthur, h. of F. Towles, 51:128
Bettie Breeden, w. of John Paul, 51:127
Carmen, s. of John Paul, 51:128
John Paul, Greene County Singers, 51:124,127,128,132,134
Mary Frances, Molly, m. of Rose Lam, 51:127
Meagher, Thomas F., politician, 47:44,46
Samuel C., miller, 18(4):15,17,18
Means,
home and mill, 18(4):17*
Mrs. Samuel C., w. of Samuel
Meat industry, Smithfield ham, 4(3):14-17
Mechanic Guard, militia, 49:164,169
Mechanical Artillery, Alexandria, 16(3):13-21
Mechanics Cemetery, Richmond, 46:124,130
Mecklenburg County
courthouses, 20(3):22,33*
railroads for (M), 33:154-167
Medals
Congressional, 7(2):9,13*
for victory of Admiral Vernon, 15(4):32,37*
Medical care, Richmond, 22(2):16-27
Medical College of Virginia, 2(3):43,47*; 31:158,167*; 32:52,61*
first catalog, frontispiece (D),2(3):46
memorial plaque, 2(3):44*
Medical education, 1(3):16-18; 2(3):43-47; 8(2):5; 22(1):15-21; 31:158-167; 32:52-61
Medical equipment, advertisements for (D),23(1):15-17
Medical practice, 18th century, 8(2):4-6
19th century, 23(1):10,17*; 26:86-95; 28:180-185
Medicine, patent, 7(4):19,22*
advertisements for (D), 7(4):21; 27:60
Medwick, Joe, black baseball coach & Hall of Famer, 48:117
Meehan, James, auth.
"Bojangles of Richmond," 27:100-113
"The solitary horseman in Virginia: Novelist G.P.R. James as British consul," 27:58-67
Meekins, (Minkins), aided underground railroad fugitives, 48:81
Meem,
Gilbert S., fighter in W. Va. campaign, 13(2):43,44
John G., settler, 13(2):39
John G., Jr., 13(2):39
Meem's Bottom, 13(2):38,47
Meenan, Daniel, 1822 Fincastle Library Co. director, 49:36
Megalonyx jeffersoni, 35:79*
Megatherium, 35:76,79*
Meigham, Robert, indentured servant, 12(4):46
Melchers,
Corinne Lawton Mackall, artist, 28:60,71*
"Gari Melchers," 28:171*
Gari, artist, 28:151,171*
"The caress," 28:156*
"The china closet," 28:166*
"The Delft horse," 28:166*
"Easter More," 28:162*
"From the porch," 28:169*
"The hunters," 28:169*
"In Old Virginia," 28:169*
"Madonna of the Rappahannock," 28:157*
"Mammy," 28:156*
"Mother and child," 28:256*
"A native of Virginia," 28:168*
"Nelson Berry's store," 28:168*
"The orange ball," 28:157*
"The race," 28:168*
self-portrait, 28:154*
"Theodore Roosevelt," 28:161*; 33:185*
untitled, 28:159*
"The white church," 28:162*
"The winged victory," detail, 28:145*
Julius Theodore, wood sculptor, 28:158*
Melik, Zoss, artist
"Eugene O'Neill," 38:19*
Mellon, Patsy, and Edward L. Henson, Jr., auths.
"James Taylor Adams, 1893-1954: Mountain scholar," 21(4):12-17
Mellows, Liam, 51:155
Meloney, Henry T., pres. Wednesday Club, Richmond, 17(2):46
Melrose Caverns, Harrisonburg, 50:53
Melton, Elisha, contractor, 29:134
Melville,
George W., engineer on "Jeannette," 36:17,23,26*
Herman, author,
“White-Jacket or the World in a Man-of-War,” 46:278,283,287
Melvin, George A., Hog Island, 7(3):11
Memminger, Christopher, CSA secy. of treasury, 4(1):14*; 17(4):26*; 26:182*
"Memphis," tugboat, 11(10):43*
Memphis Daily Appeal, 49:185
Memphis Zouaves, 49:185
Mencken, H.L., writer, 27:129,130,140,143*,183; 51:76,83
Mendoza, Daniel, boxer, 29:167,170,171*
Menefee, J.H., slave, 50:47
Menefie, George, planter, Jamestown councillor, 10(2):23; 45:169
Mennonites, 14(2):25-32
petition protesting their exemptin from military service (D), 32:164
Men's Equal Suffrage League of Va., 49:86
Mental hospitals, Williamsburg, Staunton, 49:27
Mental illness and retardation, 3(1):34-38; 21(1):34-41
Becca, Fauquier Cty, insane woman, 49:27
Dorcas Moss, insane woman, 49:27
See also Eastern State Hospital, Public Hospital, and references under Galt.
Mercer,
Caroline Virginia (Mrs. William J. Young), 6(1):45*
Catherine Mason, w. of John, 26:75
Charles Fenton, 3(1):21; 16(3):31,32*; 18(5):22,23,27*
George, mem. House of Burgesses, 6(3):45; 26:80-85*
letter from Duke of Grafton refusing employment (D), 26:82
Gideon, textile dyer, 45:151
James, bro. of John, attorney, 5(3):5; 15(4):34; 26:80,81
James, s. of John, 26:79,82*
John, merchant, 1726, 16(2):41
John, attorney, 1(1):5; 26:74-85*
advertisement for sale of brewery (D), 26:81
An exact abridgement of all the Public Acts of Assembly of Virginia, frontispiece (D), 16:76
John Fenton, scalped by Indians, 26:81
John Francis, s. of John, gov. of Maryland, 26:85*
John Francis, Va. congressman, 48:170
John of Marlborough, 49:31
Margaret, teacher & evangelical Christian, author
"Popular Lectures on Ethics, or Moral Obligation," 49:80-82,81*
Mercer family coat of arms, 26:76*
Merchants, Richmond, advertisements, 1856 (D), 25:21,23
Merchants' and Farmers' Peanut Co., 8(1):22,23
Merchant's Hope Church, Prince George Co., 1(2):5,6*; 6(4):44-47*
Merchant's Hope plantation, 18(1):5,6,8
Mercie, Marius-Jean-Antonin, sculptor, 11(4):7*; 38:76-85*
"Gloria Victis," 38:78*
statue of Lee, 11(4):1,5-10*; 38:82,85*
studio of, 38:77*
Meredith,
Charles V., Richmond lawyer, 46:45
John A., Richmond, 35:58
Samuel, Jr., owner of Wilton, 15(2):34,35,37
friend of Patrick Henry, 50:160
Mrs. Samuel, Jr., owner of Wilton, 15(2):34,35,37
Samuel III, 15(2):35,37*
cabin in Kentucky, 15(2):35*
Sophie G., suffragist, 49:90
William, CSA chaplain, 19(4):12
Meriwether,
Francis, clerk of Essex County, 46:173
Nicholas, mem. House of Burgesses, 30:173
Thomas, Hanover Co., 30:7
William, Hanover Co., 30:7
William Douglass, mem. Albemarle Court, 17(4):8
Merrick, Tom, Va. cadet with Mason Williams, 45:53
Merrihew & Thompson, printery, 48:93
Merrill,
______, Richmond baseball player, 48:127
William P.M., page, Convention of 1901-1902, 10(1):20*
"Merrimack," CSA ship, 15(2):43; 33:100,113*
Merry, James, physician, Alleghany Co., 22(2):7,8
Samuel, bro. of James, 22(2):8
Mesick, Cohen, Wilson, Baker, architects, 51:31
Messick, Lt. Gilbert Kendall, Lancaster City, WWI, 50:127
Messett, Thomas (Pop), 26:188
Meteor, November, 1833, 5(3):34-38
description from Madison Co. (D), 5(3):37
Method, Alfred, tobacco factory worker, 39:138
Methodist Cemetery, Richmond, 46:130
Methodist Women's Home Mission Movement, 46:237
Methodists, 4(4):14-17; 8(3):40-47; 18(3):30-31; 30:110-17; 39:167-69
Metropolitan Hall, Richmond, 28:6-13*
"Metropolitan Magazine," 49:105
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery near Romagne-sous-Montfaucon, France, 50:135*,139
Meuse-Argonne offensive, WWI, 50:135,136
Mexican War, 5(1):41,42; 45:37; 46:100-117
Stephen F. Austin in, 5(1):16-19
Lee's service in, 7(3):28-32; 46:101,105
George H. Thomas in, 34:67
newspaper headlines about (D), 34:140
pictures of, 46:101*,102*,103*,108*,109*,111*114*,116*
"Lobos Island,"
"Road to Saltillo, After Capture of Monterrey"
"Scott's Capture of Veracruz"
"Battle at Cerro Gordo"
"Storming of Chapultepec Castle"
"Bombardment of Chapultepec Castle"
"Entry of Gen. Winfield Scott into Mexico City"
"Road to Mexico City"
"Peace"
territory acquired by U.S. (M),34:143
treaty negotiations, 34:136-143
Mexico
work of Conrad Wise Chapman, 20(4):18,17*; 37:164,166*
railroad building in, 14(4):42-47
Stephen P. Austin in, 5(1):16-19
Meyer, Milton M., auth.
"The postal service of the Confederacy," 9(3):4-9
Meyerbeer, Giacomo, composer, 45:23
Meyers, Meeta B., candidate for legislature, 30:133*
"Miami," row galley, 27:114-117
Miami of Ohio Art Museum, Oxford, O., 46:213
Micelli, Carlo, (Karl Meisel), fiddle maker, 51:140
Michael, M.H., CSA officer, gravestone, 8(1):41*
Michaux,
F.J., Jefferson, Va., 50:95
Jacob, (Hunter's Fare) Powhatan County, 50:94
James, Jefferson, Va., 50:95
Joseph, Jefferson, Va., 50:93,94
Kathleen Virginia Venable, Naval Coast Defense, 50:116
Mary Ellen Lynch, Jefferson, Va., 50:94
Mina, Jefferson, Va., 50:95
W.F., Jefferson, Va., 50:95
W.W., bd. mem., Huguenot Springs Hosp., 18(3):16
Michel, Francis Louis, Swiss traveler, 10(2):26
Michelbacher, Maximilian J., rabbi, 7(4):26,27*
Micheltorena, Gov. Gen. Manuel, 46:283
Michie, Peter S., cartographer, 25:106,107*; 48:29
map of Richmond, 1867 (M),35:166,167
"Michigan," U.S. gunboat, 14(4):6-8*
Michigan Relief Assoc., 46:216
Michler, Nathaniel, surveyor, 35:167; 48:24,28,29
Mickens, William, Richmond, 39:151
Middle Plantation. See Williamsburg.
Middle Plantation Agricultural Society, 51:85
Middleburg Hunt Club, 10(3):17
Middlesex County, tobacco riots, 1682, 1(1):39-43
Middleton,
Capt. ______, commander against Bacon, 16(2):19
William, Continental army, 35:66,67
Midlothian, town, 11(3):40-47*; 23:42-47
charter for school (D), 25;40,41
Midlothian African Church, 11(3):44*
Midlothian Mining Co., 11(3):42-44
Midway, home of William Nelson, 3(4):38,41*
Midyette, Dayton R., investor in streetcar co., 36:176
Mifflin,
James, Union sailor, 37:32
Thomas, military secy. to Washington, 38:34,35
Migrant worker, 46:226*
Migratory Bird Act of 1913, 46:275
Milburn, Frank, architect, 30:34
Miles,
Billy, Danville baseball player, 48:112
George W., educator, 12(3):30
Nelson A., Union officer, 5(4):18*,40-43*
Walt, editor, 48:113
Miley,
Edwin, s. of Michael, 33:87,88*
Henry, s. of Michael, photographer, 33:87,89*
Herbert, s. of Michael, 33:87,88*
Martha Trimble Makey, w. of Michael, 33:87,88
Michael, photographer, 33:42,86-95*
photographs by, 33:87-96*
Milford Haven, 2(4):46*
bridge, 2(4):46*
Military District #1 (Va.), 46:29
Military Service Record, 50:126
Military uniforms, Virginia militia, 13(2):24,25*; 16(3):12,16,19,21*; 19(3):20
Militia, Virginia, 10(4):16,17; 16(3):12-21*; 16(4):10-14; 17(3):4-10; 19(3):20*; 22(2):38-47; 33:64-73
Alexandria, 16(3):12-21
Battle of Point Pleasant, 24:100-107
camps, 10(4):15*; 19(3):14-21*
defense of Norfolk, 1813, 1(3):32-35
Petersburg, 17(3):4-10
sheet music for, 49:163*
woodcut of militia muster 1858, 49:171*
See also names of local militia units.
Mill Creek Bridge, Shenandoah Co., 1(2):19*
Milledgeville, Georgia, 18(2):19*
Millenialism, 49:78
Miller,
Alamby (Allie), d. of John, 49:123
Charles, del. to Convention of 1901-1902, 10(1):22
Cynthia A., auth.
"Virginia's coat of arms," 26:70-73
Daniel, Mennonite elder, 14(2):27
Don, caver, 50:58
Elizabeth Henry, d. of Sally McD. & John, 49:131
Fleming B., Fincastle lawyer, Library Co. director, 49:33,36
Helen Hill, auth.
"The earliest Congressional medals of honor," 7(2):9-13
"A portrait of an irascible gentleman: John Mercer of Marlborough," 26:74-85
Henry, weaver, 45:151
Henry, Irish immigrant, 47:41
Hugh, merchant, 10(1):43
Isaac, mem. Albemarle Court, 17(4):8
Jane Bolling, w. of Hugh, 10(1):43
John, owner of iron works, 35:186
John, 2nd husb. of Mrs. Sally McDowell, 49:120-131,121*,129*
John C., auth.
"John Banister Tabb's defense of Edgar Allan Poe," 24:156-163
Joseph L., physician, 18(1):23
Kenneth Hayes, artist, teacher, 49:102
Lewis, artist, 2(2):2; 2(4):22-27; 3(2):10-13; 46:83,84
"Alexandria," 25:126*
"Bateau on Appomattox River," 38:188*
"Bullard's Rock," 6(1):22*
"Caesar's arch," 6(1):22*
"The climb to Mountain Lake," 2(2):1*
"David Laird's farm," 3(4):8*
"Guitar player,” 11(1):7*
"Indian family of four," ca. 1849, 46:back cover*
"Lexington," 25:98*
"Liberty," 21(1):12*
"At Lovely Mount," 28:180*
"The party at supper and breakfast, Chapman's Springs," 39:161*
self-portrait, 2(2):2*
"Single Indian Pursuing Deer," 46:137*
"Sketch and scenery of Mount Forest Springs," 27:32*
"Slave auction,” 3(2):11*
"Slave gang," 3(2):11*
"Tobacco," 36:65*
"Trip from Christiansburg to Mountain Lake, 2(2):1,22,27*
"Virginia and Tennessee Rail Road," 2(4):22,23,28*
"Virginia Military Institute," ruins, 9(3):47*
sketch, 23(3):19*
"Wythe County furnace," 17(2):17*
"Wytheville,' 9(1):15*
Margaret, d. of John, 49:123
Percy, baseball player, 48:109,109*,113,115
Percy, Jr., black baseball player, 48:108-117
Polk, pharmacist, 10(2):44
Preston, Norton, Va., Little League Team, 48:100*,105
Susannah Preston, d. of Sally McD. & John, 49:131
Sydney G., contractor, 33:158
Thomas, Powhatan County clerk, 50:90
Mrs. Thomas, dormitory hostess, Hampden-Sydney, 9(4):30,32
William, CSA officer, 6(3):34
William, U.S. commissioner of revenue, 18(5):14
William H., later owner of Elk Hill plantation, 46:161
Millersville Normal School, Lancaster County, Pa., 46:24,25,26
Milliard, Harrison, singer, 31:104
Millington,
John, professor, 28:71,75
Thomas, artist
"College of William and Mary," 28:172,173*
"Williamsburg," 38:65*
Mills,
_____, Richmond baseball player, 48:130
Charles, s. of Nicholas, physician, 4(3):7; 12(4):10
Claudia Crozet, w. of Charles, 4(3):7; 12(4):10
Eliza Barnwell Smith, w. of Robert, 29:115*
George T., mine owner, 30:13
James, Tappahannock, 26:78
Morgan R., Richmond water commr., 46:46
Nicholas, owner of coal pits, 4(3):4-7
Robert, architect, 2(1):8; 2(3):4; 5(1):22; 16(1):37; 17(1):19; 25:7,8; 29:114,115*; 46:190; 49:6; 50:7; 51:19,38
Monticello, elevation of (D), 39:13
Monumental Church design (D), 16(3):29
Mills, grain, 4(2):8-12*
Milnes, William, Jr., railroad official, 4(1):9
Milltown. See Waterford.
Milroy, Robert H., Union officer, 34:159*
Milstead, T.E., sheriff of Warwick Cty., 51:87
Milton, George Fort, publisher, 36:114,115,119,123*
Milton, John, writer, 32:135*
Areopagitica, titlepage (D), 32:135
Mims, Martin, keeper of penetentiary, 6(1):15
Miner, William, innkeeper, 39:44
Minge (Ming),
Collier, planter, 7(4):31; 13(1):5
James, mem, House of Burgesses, 9(2):13
John, horse breeder, 39:69
William H., horse breeder, 39:69
Minnegerode, Charles Frederic Ernest, clergyman/professor, 1(4):23; 6(3):4,7*; 8(3):31; 11(4):5,7; 12(3):47
Minor,
Benjamin Blake, educator/attorney, 21(1):18*
Dabney, builder, 11(1):26
John, patron of the arts, 16(4):15
John Barbee, professor, 2(3):7,10*; 13(3):23,27,30,31; 16(1):8; 18(3):38; 18(5):6,7
John, C., Col., chief of med. serv. WWG Hospital, 45:75
Lucian, attorney, 15(1):24,26*; 34:46
Nicholas, landowner, 48:7,8
plan of Leesburg, 1757-58 (D), 48:6*
Raleigh Colston, professor, 10(3):19,20*
William, farmer, 9(4):41
William C., 51:87
Minstrels, 1(4):39; 38:16,17
playbills (D), 1(4):38,39
Mintz, Sidney, anthropologist, 46:237
Minutemen, 24:4-11
Mirador, home of Langhornes, 23(3):41*; 47:7
Mississippi Territory, David Holmes, governor of, 16(4):38-40
Miss.-Vicksburg Southrons militia, 49:185
Mitchel,
John Purroy, N.Y. City politician, 47:8
John, editor of The United Irishman, 47:44-46
Mitchell,
Alice, Richmond Victorian lady, 51:168,169,174,179
Amanda, Gold Star Mother, WWI, 50:140*,141
Anne Lynch, 18(3):30
Betty L., auth.
"Superfluous lags the veteran on the stage: The death of Confederate Emanual Rubbin," 32:126-133
Broadus, economist, 36:125,126
Edward, Botetourt Co., 13(1):18,19
George W., CSA officer, 24:89,92
H.C., historian of Kable-Watt Publishing, 46:47
Harold, black Norton baseball player, 48:105
James, carding machines, 45:152
John, botanist/cartographer, 12(4):32-39; 13(4):39
The contest in America between Great Britain and France, frontispiece (D),12(4):32
John, Jr., 38:15,16,22; 51:177
Kathleen, Capt., chief of nurses, WWG Hosp., 45:75
Mary H., auth.
"With appropriate honors," 35:52-63
Maud, police court defendant, 51:81
Nathaniel, baker, 39:154
Peter, Franklin Co., 21(2):12
Samuel, settler/clergyman, Campbell Co., 18(3):30
Samuel Chiles, educator, h. of Alice, Richmond, 5(3):17; 51:169
Samuel L., N.Y. legislature, 39:126
William, land promoter, 4(2):16-18
Mittauer, John, black carpenter, 48:87
Mizzelle, Foy, Tubize Orchestra, 51:112,116,118
Mobjack Bay, Matthews Co., 14(3):1,48*
Moffitt, Mrs. E.E., Richmond, 12(2):11
Mohorovicic,
Desanka, w. of Joseph, 39:90,91
Jesse Roper, sis. of Desanka, 39:90,91
Joseph, Yugoslav consular attache, 39:90,91
Visna, dau. of Desanka, 39:91
Moir, James, tailor, 27:79
Moldavia, home of Randolphs, 20(4):31,32*; 30:79*
Molineaux,
Algernon, planter, 29:166
Thomas (the Moor), boxer/slave, 29:164,173*
Zachary Thomas, boxer/slave, 29:166
Monarch Jazz Quartette, Norfolk, 51:141
Monardes, Nicholas, physician
Joyfull newes out of the new-found worlde, titlepage (D), 11(1):22
Moncure,
Frank F., mem. House of Delegates, 10(1):20; 50:79
Richard C.L., judge, 14(4):18
Thomas Jefferson, CSA officer, 10(1):20
Money, Confederate States of America, 4(1):14-19*
counterfeiting, new money to combat, 1(1):20,21
“Monitor," U.S. ship, 32:80*; 33:110,113*
Monmouth, Battle of, 1778, 19(2):14*; 38:32,33
Monocacy, glass factory at, 9(3):15
Monroe,
______, grandfather of James, 26:83
Eliza (Mrs. George Hay), dau. of James, 2(3):19
Elizabeth Kortright, w. of James, 2(1):30,33*; 7(4):6,17,42*
George, neighbor of Theodore Roosevelt, 33:186,190
James, governor, 3(3):42,43*; 18(4):43,44,46
James, pres., 2(1):30,33*; 2(2):35,40; 7(4):8,18*,40,47*; 15(3):30,32*; 18(1):15,16*; 22(1):18,19*; 29:67-69; 32:141; 50:11; 51:37
convention of 1829-1830, 3(1):20,17*
death mask of, 3(1):20*
election of 1800, 2(4):9-15*
inauguration of, 33:83*
reinterment of, 3(1):43,47*; 13(2):29,30*; 35:52,53*; 49:170,175,176
tomb of, 1(3):31*; 3(1):48*; 35:53*
Monroe Count Watchman, W.Va. newspaper, 46:266
Monrovia, Liberia, in 1800's, 46:87*
Monroe Terrace Apts. by Bossom, Richmond, 49:11*
Mons Sacer, home of Tyler, 7(4):31
Montague,
Andrew Jackson, governor, 5(3):16; 11(1):29; 25:181; 32:103,104*; 51:22
inauguration, 1902, 50:174
Elizabeth Lyne Hoskins, w. of governor, 37:132; 38:167
J.H., 18(3):16
Mrs. J.J., niece of Z.T. Henderson, 10(3):26
John, Jefferson landowner, 50:90
John H., Richmond resident 45:4
Jeffrey, mem. Stuart Monument Committee, 12(3):43,44
Ludwell Lee, and Eleanor Lee Templeton, auths.
"Sully, the home of Richard Bland Lee," 20(2):26-33
Philip, Baptist white elder, 47:31
Robert Latane, attorney, 26:179*; 37:153
Montague’s Shop, Richmond baseball team, 48:129
Montauk Co., Norfolk, ice cream manufacturer, 39:6,7*
Monte Maria Monastery, Richmond, 47:40*
Monterey, Mexico, 16(3):10,11*
Monterosa, home of Gov. William Smith, 15(3):4,13*
Montgomery,
Richard, Continental officer, 38:28
Robert, Union sailor, 37:31
William Reading, Union officer, 11(1):13
Montgomery County, medical practice, 1800-1830, 26:86-95
Montgomery Guard, 13(2):26-30; 49:161,170,171; 50:84
Monticello, home of T. Jefferson,13(2):18,22*; 15(1):40,45*; 19(2):34,35*; 34:76,89*
burial of Dabney Carr, 23(3):13
elevation of, 39:10-16*
Ficklin purchase of, 1864, 33;120
graveyard, 11(3):27-32*
history & restoration, 1(4):4-8,48*; 39:10-21*; 51:18,19
inventory, 1815, 1(4):18,19
Robert Mills at, 29:115
ownership, disputes about, 11(1):27-32
slaves at, 29:78-87*
Monticello [Memorial] Association. See Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation.
Monticello Grape Growers Cooperative Association, 39:115
Montgomery Greys, militia, 49:180
Montgomery Guard, 13(3):26; 47:45,46,45*
Montpelier, home of Madison, 1(3):27,30*; 13(4):32; 17(3):12,16
Montpelier Hunt Club, 10(3):15
Monucola estate, 36:44,45*
Monument to Confererate dead, Stonewall Cemetery, Winchester, 6(2):11*
Monument to Yankee dead, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, 6(2):11*
Monumemtal Episcopal Church, Richmond, 2(1):8*; 16(3):29*; 29:116*; 32:186,187,191*
Monuments. See also names of persons, places, or events.
Moody,
Dwight L, evangelist, hymn composer, 51:132
Hugh, Richmond, 5(1):29
J.T., wreck victim, 8(2):46
William B., Civil War amputee, 47:22
William Lewis, head of hotel chain, 12(2):22
Mooers, Edwin H., auto dealer, owner of Tate Field, 34:186,191*
Moomaw, John C., orchardist and canning co. owner, 4(1):9-13*
Moon,
Clayton, Tubize Orch. whistler, 51:113
Lottie, missionary, 36:66
Mooney, John, artist, 30:118-123
"Birds," 30:123*
"James River shad," 30:97*
"Jamestown," 30:123*
"Landscape with Washington monument," 30:144*
"Richmond after fire of 1865," 30:121*
"Richmond from Hollywood," 30:122*
"Seascape," 30:121*
"Still life," 30:120*
"U.S. Atlanta," 30:119*
Moore,
Andrew, Rockbridge Co., 25:120; 48:176
Asa, shoemaker, 18(4):14
B.M., contractor, 21(2):19
Charles, chrm. U.S. Fine Arts Commn., 31:202
Charles H., Jr., mineralogist (?), 4(4):19
Elizabeth, midwife, 49:28
Evelyn L., and Ruth H. Blunt, auths.
"Composition, color, and sometimes humor: Artist Bernhard Gurmann of Lynchburg," 31:206-215
Frances Cummings, antiques sales, 45:107
George H., writer
The treason of Charles Lee, frontispiece (D), 24:172
Harry P., newspaperman, 3(2):40-42*
J. Hall, dentist, 8(2):9,10
James, farmer, 2(1):16
James Tice, auth.
"Battle for the Medical College: Physicians, politicians, and the courts, 1882-1883," 31:158-167
"Men in crisis: Virginia's Civil War governors," 35:148-161
"Three who dared: Virginia's outstanding governors of the twentieth century," 32:100-113
Jane, captive of Indians, 2(1):16-18
Jeremiah, clergyman, 27:92
John, student, Rockbridge Co., 9(2):39
John Bassett, jurist, 2(3):47
John H., auth.
"James Gaven Field: Virginia's Populist spokesman," 9(4):35-41
"The Jefferson Davis monument," 10(4):28-34
"Judith Rives of Castle Hill," 13(4):30-35
"Strange encounters," 14(2):12-23
"A Virginia family at Maximilian's court," 14(4):42-47
"Virginia's football war of '97," 12(3):28-33
"The University of Virginia during the Civil War," 13(3):23-32
John Hammond, auth.
"That commodious annex to Jefferson's rotunda: Was it really a national mausoleum?" 29:114-123
"The Retrocessison Act of 1846: Alexandria and Arlington return to the fold," 25:126-135
Lucy, Rockbridge Cty. pauper, 49:27
Luther William, Baptist minister/professor, 25:43,44*
Martha, w. of James, captive of Indians, 2(1):16-18
Mary (Mrs. Samuel Brown), captive of Indians, 2(1):16-19*
grave of, 2(1):19*
Maurice, Lynchburg, 31:207*
Maurice, tobacconist, 20(4):39
P.T., Irish immigrant, 47:42
Patrick T., militia officer, 13(2):31; 19(3):19
R.E., physician, 11(2):6-8
R. Walton, mem. House of Delegates, 27:92; 50:123
Richard Channing, Episcopal bishop, 1(2):39; 5(2):41*; 9(2):45; 12(4):11; 16(1):30-32*; 32:184,188*
Samuel J.T., comm. Virginia Sons of Confederate Veterans, 10(3):28
Samuel J.T., Jr., biographer 45:14
"The Jefferson Hotel: A Southern Landmark," 45:14
Stacy Gibbons, auth.
"Established and well-cultivated": Afro-American foodways in early Virginia," 39:70-83; 46:76
Thomas, engineer, 12(4):8
Thomas, indentured servant, 12(4):46
Thomas, Irish poet, 4(3):30,31*; 29:54
Thomas, West Point, 38:40
Thomas L., del. to Constitutional Conv., 1901-1902, 10(1):22
Moore family, attack by Shawnee, 2(1):16-19
home of, 2(1):6*
Moore House, Yorktown, 15(3):44,45*
Moorhead, John, mill owner, 23(1):20
Moorhouse, William M., auth.
"Alexander Campbell and the Virginia Constitutional Convention of 1829-1830," 24:184-191
Moorings, railroad stop, 10(3):30,33
Moorman,
______, Quaker, 48:42
John J., physician, 18(3):14
John J., writer, 27:33
John, traveler, 48:16
Thomas, traveler, 48:16
Moorman's Warehouse, Lynchburg, 14(3):19
Mora, F. Luis, artist, teacher, 49:102
Morahan, Eugene, sculptor
design for Stuart monument (not used), 12(3):42
Morando, Jose (Courro), pirate, 9(2):5-8; 50:11
Mordecai,
Alfred, engineer, 14(4):43-47*
Jacob, Richmond, 7(4):26
John Brook, killed in duel, 2(3):20; 3(2):30; 14(2):17,20,22*
Samuel, historian, 22(4):37; 39:103; 46:119
Mordington, home of Charles Washington, 13(2):8
Morea, residence of Emmets, 14(2):48*
Morel, M. Sydnor, artist
"Judah P. Banjamin," 17(4):27*
Moreland, J. Earl, educator, 29:28
Morgan,
Abigail Bailey, w. of Daniel, 4(4):33
Charles S., penitentiary supt., 6(1):16
Charles W., naval officer, 17(4):42,43
Daniel, Continental officer, 4(4):32-37*; 7(2):10; 31:55,56; 48:137
grave of, 4(4):41*
George W., Union officer, 14(1):16
Gwenda, auth.
"Sold into slavery: In retribution against the Nanziattico Indians," 33:168-173
Henry, pirate, 32:174,177*
Henry W., Richmond baseball player, 48:130
J. Pierpont, financier, 9(2):19,20*
J. Pierpont, Jr., financier, 9(2):19-22
John Hunt, CSA officer, 35:87
May Bell, N.Y. suffragist, 49:89
Morgan Continentals, 16(3):14
Morland, George, artist
"Pigs and piglets in a sty," 39:73*
Morley, Bob, Norton, Va., Little League Team, 48:100*,105
Morley Printing Co., Norton, 48:104
Morning Pilgrims, secret society, 39:155
Morris,
Adolphus, bookseller/publisher, 35:138
G.U., USN lt., 50:73
George, surveyor, 16(2):37
George W., state senator, 12(3):31,32
Gideon, tavern keeper, 15(1):45
Gouveneur, financial expert, 2(2):39; 38:126
Hester, dau. of Robert, 18(4):24*
J. Richard, Jr., medical student, 36:42,43*
James M., planter, 29:131
Jerry, caver, 50:58
John, Richmond, 14(1):10
Julian, huntsman, 10(3):16
Lewis, patron of Goronwy Owen, 9(2):46,47
Maria, dau. of Robert, 13(4):24*
Meriwether, Fluvanna Co., 16(1):23
Millie, steamboat passenger, 35:105
Richard, mem. of 1829-1830 Convention, 24:187
Robert, follower of Bacon, 7(10):31
Robert, financier, 2(4):30; 7(2):9; 13(4):17*; 24:173,175*
Thomas S., Baptist leader, 5(2):45
Morrison,
Alfred James, Rev., brother of M.A. Jackson, 46:6
Archibald, married N. Roper, 48:13
John, founding mem., Phi Beta Kappa, 9(2):37
Mary Graham, mother of M.A. Jackson, 46:6
Robert Hall, Rev., Presby. Minister, founder Davidson College, Father of M.A. Jackson, 46:5
Robert J., professor, 33:149
Morris Cottage, Richmond, 14(10):4
Morriss, Wilson, FABC deacon, 47:32
Morse,
Judidiah, fed. Gov. official, 46:141
Samuel F.B., inventor/artist, 17(3):11; 35:97,120,121
"The Old House of Representatives," 35:97,120,121*
Morson, Arthur, friend of the Pamunkey Indians, 10(2):22
Mortock Milling Co., 30:184
Morton,
C.B., horse owner, 46:185
Advertising broadside, 46:186*
James William, judge, 28:128
Mrs. James William, 28:128
Mariah, washwomen, 39:138
Nelson, tobacco factory worker, 39:140
Sidney G., auth.
"To marry or to study," 12(3):23-27
Moryson, Francis, speaker, House of Burgesses, 16(2):19
Mosaic Club, Richmond, 8(1):45; 13(2):33
Mosby,
Bibby, mammy of Watson family, 4(1):31,32*; 46:55
Benjamin F., railroad fireman, 34:59
James D., Richmond nurseryman, 45:134
John G., author, 12(1):17,19*
John Singleton, CSA officer, 4(2):27; 9(1):26; 12(3):38*; 13(2):35*; 14(2):14,15*; 18(4):15,16*; 28:82; 34:105; 35:87; 36:74,87*
home of, 36:77*
Littlebury, mem. Cumberland Co. court, 17(3):39
Mary E., housemother, 39:59*
May Virginia, dau. of John S., 36:84
Pauline Clarke, w. of John S., 36:74,76
Mosby's Hussars, 1898, 36:81
Mosby's Rock, Fairfax Co., 12(3):38,39*
Moseley,
Alexander, editor, 18(3):41,47*
William, Jefferson, Va., trustee, 50:89
Mosely, Peter, black slave headstone, 51:69
Moses,
Charles T., State Sen., VCWC Commisn., 50:79
George Higgins, Sen. New Hampshire, 51:153
Raphael, CSA officer, 27:165
Moses Myers House, Norfolk, 28:59*
Mosque/Landmark Theatre, Acca Temple, Richmond, 49:12*,14
Moss,
Alfred, executor of Griffin Dobson, 46:287
John, Sr. & Jr., Ordinary owners, 48:8
Thomas, conf. vet. amputee, 47:20
Mossom, David, Episcopal clergyman, 1(2):6
Mossy Creek Academy, Augusta Co., 14(4):32,34*
Motorcycle racers, 38:179*
Mott,
James, Quaker activists & reformer, 48:90,94
Lucretia, Quaker activist & reformer, 48:90,94
Willett, abolitionist boat capt., 48:77
Mount,
Timothy Brinly, storekeeper, 35:68,69
William Sidney, artist,
"Ringing the Pig," 45:125*
Mount Airy, estate of Mason family, 12(3):23*; 13(2):45
Mount Hope, Accomac, 23(4):47
Mount Jackson, town (M), 13(2):1,38-40,47*
Mount Pleasant Seminary, Boyertown, Pa., Mennonite school 46:24
Mount Solon, town, 2(2):45-47
Mount Vale School, 37:95
Mount Vernon, home of L. and G. Washington, 1(3):39; (2):39,40*; 10(3):36*; 11(3):1,5-13,48*; 12(3):24,25*; 13(4):4,9*; 17(3):24-26,29*; 20(1):1*; 26:101*; 34:48*; 35:176*; 45:26,28,181,184,185; 48:149,150,154*,160*
archaelogical discovery of stone floor, dung repository, 48:164*
barn and stable, 7(3):20,21*; 48:162*
chair cushion by M. Washington, 51:57*
coach, 2(1):12,15*
dung repository (stercorary), 48:165,164*
plan for, 48:167*
Father Jack, elderly fisherman, 48:186
"The Kitchen at Mt. Vernon," Eastman Johnson, 48:181*
Mansion House, Dogue Run, Union, Muddy Hole, River, 48:179
mill plan by Oliver Evans, 48:167*
"Mt. Vernon in the Olden Time," 1855, 48:178,179*
naval salute to, 14(3):40,41*
origin of name, 5(3):7*
plan for barn at Dogue Run Farm, 48:163*
plumb levels used, 48:166*
reconstructed treading barn, 48:164*
religion at Mt. Vernon, 48:187,188
roads to, 10(3):35,40
sketch of, 46:178*
slave carpenters, James, Sambo, Davy, Joe, Isaac, Simms, 48:163,164
slaves: Agnes, Henky, Cecilia, Anderson, Ralph, Charity, Charles, Sambo Anderson, 48:182,188,189
Steuben visit to, 19(2):14
tomb of Washington, 14(3):28-39*; 30:136*
Noah Webster visit, 1785, 1(3):35-40*
Washington Family at Mt. Vernon, 48:156*,182*
“View of Mt. Vernon,” Oct. 1861, Winslow Homer, 48:184*
Views of M. Washington’s rooms/east front, 51:56***,60*
Mount Vernon, Alexandria and Washington Electric Railway, 10(3):37-39
Mount Vernon Avenue Association, 10(3):38,39
Mount Vernon Cotton Factory, 31:35
Mount Vernon Guards, Alexandria, 16(3):12-21*
Mount Vernon Ladies' Association, 11(3):11,12; 14(3):38,39; 26:101; 45:30,184; 48:159,167; 49:167
Mount Vernon Memorial Boulevard, 10(3):35-40*
Mountain Lake, 2(2):1,27*; 12(2):20-27*; 22(4):39*
Mountain Lake Land Co., 12(2):22
Mountain House, 48:21
Mountain Rangers, 16(5):8,9
Mountain Top Hotel, 15(1):46*
Mountain View, home of Bishop William Meade, 19(4):8*
Mountaineers, 21(4):18-35*
homes of, 21(4):36-47*
Movietone News Co., filmed Lams singing, 51:134
Moxon, Joseph, early 18th century writer, 51:167
Moyers, J.P., Wytheville printer, 50:25
Moyler, J. Edward, CSA veteran, 8(1):15
Moynihan, Fred, sculptor, 12(3):41-407
Stuart monument, 12(3):43-45*
Mozart Academy, Richmond, 17(2):43,46,47*; 51:170,175
Mozart Association, Richmond, 17(2):42-47*
Mozart Hall, 29:33*
Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, Mass., 51:67
Mud March, ordeal of Civil War campaign, 45:40,41*
Muhlenberg, Peter, Continental officer, 13(1):38; 48:136
Muhlenfeld, Jannette, nurse, 36:42,43*
Muir,
James, Presbyterian minister, 14(1):37; 15(2):5; 49:32
William S., owner of painting of Latane, 28:128
Mrs. William S., w. of William S., 28:128
Mulberry Island, 51:87,90
Mulberry Phaeton, coach, 3(1):33*
Mulberry place, home of Woolfolk family, 27:29*
Mule Shoe, Battle of, 45:42
Mulford, John E., asst. to fed. exchange agt, 14(4):11,13*
Mullen, E.F., artist
"Confederates in garden of Blair mansion," 28:89*
Muller, H.A., Populist, 9(4):40
Muller-Ury, Adolfo, artist
"Edith Wilson," 37:57*
Mullin, Arthur, indentured servant, 12(4):46
Mullins, Gene, mgr., Norton Little League Team, 48:100*,107*,103
Mulloy, Hugh, Continental officer, 29:161
Mumford, Thomas, pres. of Richmond YMCA, 18(1):44
Munch, Edvard, artist, "The Scream," 1893, 46:203
Mundt, Capt. ______, German ship captain, 35:127*
Mundy, James, Botetourt Co., 10(1):21
Mundy Point, 15(1):35,38*
Munford,
George Wythe, secy. of Commonwealth, 15(1):14,17,18*; 15(4):8; 16(4):28,29*; 17(1):12,19*; 19(3):19; 30:153
Richmond Light Infantry Blues, 49:159,164,165,168,173,177
Mary Cooke Branch, Richmond civic leader, 34:130; 46:175
Letters of, 46:176*
WWI civic leader, 50:119,120,123
Sally, friend of Kate Corbin, 36:164
Thomas Taylor, CSA officer, 21(2):7,8*; 25:142; 31:208*;
VMI student, 49:143
William, Richmond Relief Committee, 1864, 3(1):43; 11(4):40; 15(4):8; 35:54
William, Richmond councilman, 1807, 15(1):14,17,21*; 15(4):8,39; 18(4):46,47*; 35:54
Munger, Martha p., auth.
"Hog Island in the James," 10(4):41-47
Munitions, Hubard's experiments with, 11(2):19
See also Armament.
Munnay, James, indentured servant, 12(4):46*
Munson, D.O., nurseryman, Falls Church, 45:134
Munson Hills Nurseries, Falls Church, 45:134-139
Murals, depression-era from Va. post offices
Bessemer, Auriel, painter
“Historical & Industrial Scenes & Sketches of Va.,” 46:back cover*
Lewis, Edwin, painter
“Riding the Hounds,” 46:back cover*
Murchison, James, VJDay celebrant, 45:91
Murfee, James T., VMI alum., 49:141
Murphy,
______, Richmond baseball player, 48:127
James, Jefferson, Va., 50:93
Otto Solon, WWI, Princess Anne Co., 50:131
Percy Anderson, Pvt., WWI, Pittsylvania Co., 50:130
Murrah, Richard, Amherst Co., 38:156
Murray,
Irene J., auth.
"Henrietta Liston in America," 14(1):28-33
"Mrs. Liston returns to Virginia," 15(1):40-47
James, Lunenburg Co., 20(3):23
Jesse, Alexandrian Rifleman, 16(3):208
John, earl of Dunmore, 48:150
P.P.. saloon keeper, 46:44
Pete Mac, caver, 50:58,59,62
Rachel, midwife, 49:28
William, _______, 29:7
Murrell, John D., editor, “Richmond Times,” 51:82*
Murrin, John M., and A.G. Roeber, auths.
"Trial by jury: The Virginia Paradox," 34:52-58,118-125
Muse,
Becky, slave, 50:44
Elizabeth, farm owner, 50:41
Lee, slave, 50:44
Naomi, w. of Samuel Walker,(Onelly, Onie), 50:41,42*,44,47
children (17) of Naomi & Samuel Walker, 50:41
Woodson, n. of Naomi, 50:41,44
Musee Carnavalet, Paris, 51:6,11
Museum of Art & Natural Science, 46:198
Musial, Stan, baseball player, 48:104
Music
banjo, 2(1):34,35
book, “The Temple Star,” 51:126
James A. Gland, 1(4):36-40
church, 6(2):14-19
clubs, Richmond, 17(2):42-47
colonial, 4(4):4-7
Confederate army, 9(4):5-8
hymnals with shape notes, 6(2):16,17
Frederick Delius in Danville, 9(1):16-20
folk, 6(2):14-19
marching and campfire songs (D), 9(4):7
minstrels, 1(4):39,40
radio, 5(2):29-32
singing schools, 6(2):16,17
in tobacco factory, 9(1):17
Virginia Choral Festival, 1931, 11(1):6
Washington family music lessons, 35:172-183
White Top Festival, 1931-1939, 11(1):4-11
"The Wrect of the old '97," 8(2):43-46
"Musical Million" magazine, Ruebush/Kieffer, 50:103; 51:128
Subscribers: Breedens, Deans, Eppards, Hensleys, Lamb, 51:128
Musical production, “The Flat Below,” 51:110
Muskets. See also Rifles.
Mussa, Battista, Italian prisoner of war, 39:185*
Muter, George, officer of state garrison, 23(1):41
Mutiny Act, 33:129-131
Mutton, Richard, settler, 6(4):9
Mutual Assurance Society, 1805 images of Studley, 50:160*
Mutual Benevolent Sociey, 39:152
Mydans, Carl, photographer, 37:80*
Myerhoff, Barbara, author, 46:237
Myers,
E.T.D. and wife, Richmond, 14(3):47*
Elijah E., architect, 17(2):20; 49:6
Eliza K., Petersburg housewife, 33:56
Frank M., CSA officer, 34:105
Gustavus A., merchant, Richmond, 27:66
Henry H., land developer, 20(3):12
Joseph, Fluvanna, 16(1):23
Moses, Norfolk councilman, 28:60
home of, 28:59*
Moses A., Jefferson lot purchaser, 50:90
Myer, marshal at Monroe reburial, 3(1):44
Tony, tobacco factory worker, 39:137
William, hus. of Mattie Paul, 28:125,126
William B., artist
"The phantom march," 27:66*
William H., artist
"Monterey harbor," 16(3):11*
"Ships under sail for Monterey," 16(3):11*
Myers House, Richmond, 14(2):18; 18(4):46,47*