Colonial Williamsburg Research Division Web Site

Index to the Virginia Cavalcade, 1951-2002
W

"W.W. Corcoran," boat to Mount Vernon, 10(3):37
Wabokieshiek (The Prophet), 35:6,9,10,46*
Wachapreague fishing boats, 46:277*
Wacher,
Jacob David, physician, 29:101
Marie Pollard, w. of Jacob D., 29:101
Waddel, James, preacher, 15(3):41,42
Waddell,
James, Presbyterian minister, 28:138
James H., professor, 36:38
sketch of cadet life, 36:38*
Waddill,
Edmund, Jr., Congressman, 2(20):44
William, silversmith/engraver, 19(3):10
Wade,
Anderson, Episcopal rector, 17(2):5,8*
Hampton, Halifax Co., 20(4):6
Henry Hobson, Episcopal Minister, 46:236
J.J. and J., hotel owners, 27:34
Winston, mill owner, Rockbridge Co., 4(2):2*
Zachary Taylor, f. of Essie Butler Smith, 46:236
Wadsworth, Benjamin, Boston traveler, 48:12
Wager, Charles, 1st lord of Admiralty, 15(4):33,34*
Wagner, Ferdinand, Jr., artist
"Still life with eggs, bread, and wine," 39:108*
Wagons, three-house, 1910-1929, 3(2):8,9*
Wainwright, James H., 51:102
Wait, Thomas B., publisher, 35:82,84
Waite,
Amelia C., widow Chief Jus. M.R., founder NMWMA, 45:30,32,34
Harrison, architect, 27:154
carpenter, 26:79
Wakefield, town, 10(3):30
Wakefield National Monument Association, 31:202,203
Wakely, Andrew, mathematician, 36;95
The mariner's compass rectified, titlepage (D), 36:95*
Walden, Elisha, fur trader, 11(4):14
Walchli, Gottfried, editor, 38:6
Waldo, Samuel Lovett, artist
"George Washngton Parke Custis," 22(3):36*
"Old Pat, the Independent Beggar," 49:21*
Wale, Samuel, engraver/illustrator, 37:178
Walke, Rochelle Wilson, member, the Peerless Four & Walke Family Four quartets, 51:103,105,111
Walker (Walke),
_______, mill operator, Flat Creek, 8(4):6,36,37
Charles, British officer in Cartagena, 5(3):5,6; 15(4):34
Clifford, s. of Herbert T., 30:118,121
Cornelius B., Episcopal rector, 11(1):13,16
Cyrus H., state senator, 10(1):20
lawn of, 10(1):19
Emma, Richmond defendant, 51:80
Francis, Congressman, 13(4):31
George, actor, 38:17,18*
Gilbert Carlton, governor, 3(2):31; 12(2):46; 14(2):22; 18(3):46; 25:79*; 36:76; 46:126
inauguration, 1869, prov. Gov., 50:171
Gustavue Adolphus, off., Society of Colonial Wars, 15(4):45
H.H., CSA officer, 18(2):42-44
H.J., conf. vet. amputee, 47:20**
_______, conf. vet. amputee & bro. of H.J., 47:20**
Herbert T., friend of John Mooney, 30:118,122
J.B., Wytheville accountant, 50:23
J.M., mayor of Danville, 13(3):15
James, artist
"General Winfield Scott reviewing his troops," 34:97*
James A., CSA officer, 5(4):22,27*; 35:39
VMI cadet, 49:142
John, classmate of Dabney Carr, 23(3):7
John, friend of Jefferson, 29:59,60,69; 49:154
John G., CSA officer, 29:20,21
John P., artist
"Richard S. Ewell," 21(2):4*
"Typical V.M.I. cadet," 3(4):41*J
John, s. of Naomi & Samuel, 50:44
Leroy Pope, CSA sec. of war, 26:82*
Maggie L., Independent Order of St. Luke, 51:177
Maggie Sena, bank pres., Richmond free black, 38:22; 46:125; 50:185
Mary Ann [m. (1)John Bell; (2)Edmund Rootes; (3)Robert Bolling Starke], Richmond belle, 2(3):17
Mary Virginia, author
"Daughter of Virginia Dare," 48:63
Naomi, w. of Samuel, Sr., 50:41
Nathaniel "Nat", Franklin Cty., 50:41
Reuben Lindsay, CSA officer, 23(2):14,15*
Richard, newspaperman, 1(3):12,14
Ryan, artist, 37:43
poster, 37:42*
Samuel Tazewell, 50:40-47,40*
Confederate Pension application, (D) 50:43*
Samuel, Jr., 50:41,44
Sarah Elizabeth, (Fitch), d. of Samuel, 50:41,44,46
Susan, w. of Nathaniel, 50:41
Susan, d. of Naomi & Samuel, 50:44
Thomas, physician/explorer, 3(2):22,26; 5(4):9-15*; 8(3):29,33; 10(2):34; 12(4):12; 13(4):31; 14(1):12*; 14(2):26; 17(4):30; 20(3):34,38*; 25:81,82*; 28:173,174*
during Revolution, 49:154
mill in Albemarle County, 9(4):41*
William, contractor, 26:78
Willis Edwin (Woodson), 50:44
Walker Light Guards, militia, 49:180,184-186
Wall,
Charles C., resident dir., Mount Vernon, 11(3):6
Mary Virginia, author
"The Daughter of Virginia Dare," 48:54
Wallace,
Charles, Augusta County pauper, 49:22
Charles, Richmond militia, 49:164
James, Richmond, 4(4):8
Jefferson D., Richmond Democrat, 14(2):20,22*; 49:161,164
Lee A., Jr., auth., Nat. Park Service historian
"The Alexandria militia," 16(3):12-21
"The battery at Hood's," 23(1):38-47
"The first regiment of Virginia Volunteers," 13(2):23-31
"The great cavalry encampment of 1862," 19(3):14-21
"Musters at Poplar Lawn," 17(3):4-10
"A Guide to Military Operations in Virginia, 1861-1865", 50:85
Lila Acheson, co-publisher, "Reader's Digest," 50:85
Samuel, Rockbridge Co., 25:119
W.J., artist
"Plan of the Tuckahoe garden," 34:132*
William, Culpeper militiamen, 1775, 24:11
William A.A., fighter against Indians, 5(1):40,43*
Wallazz, Laurens, editor, 11(1):38
Waller,
Benjamin, judge, 22(4):6,7*; 24:29
Benjamin, mem. House of Burgesses, 30:7; 38:56-58,62,64,65
John, tobacco agent, 30:173
Samuel Gardner, militia officer, 8(3):37
2nd Bat. Cmdr., 50:109,110
Virginia Stuart, granddaughter of J.E.B. Stuart, 12(3):47
William, mem. House of Burgesses, 16(4):34
William, son-in-law of John Tyler, 13(1):11
Waller mine, 1865, 16(4):34*
Walley, Sedekiah, Maryland naval officer, 4(2):33-37
Wallis,
Sarah, midwife, Washington Co., 49:28
William, Washington Co., 49:27
Wallops Island Club, 46:276
Walne, Peter, auth.
"A cote for Virginia," 9(1):4-10
Walnut Grove, home of McCormicks, 4(1):20,27*
Walnut Point, 15(1):35,38*
Walsh,
Charles Miller, Petersburg, 51:68
Frank P., member AARIR, 51:157
Walters, Jacob, Rockbridge Cty. pauper, 49:27
Walthall,
A.G. Wytheville, 50:23
William, store owner, Jefferson, Va., 50:92
Walzel, Diana Lynn, auth.
"Basil Lanneau Gildersleeve, classical scholar," 25:110-117
War of 1812
awards to heroes of, 17(4):41-47*
British attack on Washington, 18(1):13-19
Thomas Catesby Jones in, 16(3):4,5
Lewis Warrington in, 16(4):4-9
War Camp Community Service, Woman's Aux., 50:123
Ward,
Ann. See Lynch, Ann Ward.
Artemas, Continental officer, 38:29,90,95
Benjamin, planter, 2(3):17
George William, Jr., judge/editor, 11(2):6-9
Harry M., "Richmond sports at flood tide: Mayo Island, 1921- 1941," 34:182-191
Henry A., professor, 33:46,47
Lawrence, promoter of silk industry, 13(4):45
Maria. See Randolph, Maria Ward.
Marion, crew member of Mason Williams., 45:62*,64
Mary, promoter of silk industry, 13(4):45
Nancy, Indian, 28:141
William, servant, 9(4):12
"Wardian Case," display, 50:38
Ward's Tavern, Amelia, 1(2):36*
Ware,
Elaine, nurse's aide, 37:83*
R.A., Covington, Va. resident, 46:200,202
Thomas, Methodist minister, 20:113
Ware Church, Gloucester, 1(2):4,7; 9(3):37*; 28:15*
Ware Creek, stone house, 15(3):44*
Warfield, Edgar, Old Dominion Rifles, 16(3):17
Waring,
Golston, Petersburg, 15(2):11
Harriet, w. of Golston, 15(2):11
Warm Springs, 13(1):23*; 22(4):42*; 45:54
"Warm'd by one heart, united in one band," etching, 36:186*
Warming machine, 29:108,113*
directions for using (D), 29:113
Warner,
Augustine, Jr., speaker, House of Burgesses, 25:146*; 30:173
Augustus L., dean of Medical College of Virginia, 2(3):43,44*
Frank, folk singer, 45:107*
Sam B., auth.
"Captain Robert Stobo," 6(3):36-41
Susan, author "The Wide, Wide World," 45:18
Warrasqueoc, ===========
War Relief Assoc. of Va., Richmond, 50:121
Warrell,
James, artist, 22(3):4-20
advertisement for portrait painting (D), 22(3):8*
"Archibald Alexander,” 22(3):17*
"Bonaparte crossing the Alps," after David, 22(3):10*
"George Frederick Cook," copy from Sully, 22(3):18*
"Peter Francisco," 22(3):7*
"Ruins at Jamestown," 22(3):4*
proposed museum, design, 22(3):10*
"SeamSama, sword swallower," 22(3):48*
theater curtain, 1812, 22(3):7*
"John Tyler, Sr.," 15(4):42*; 22(3):19*
"George Washington," copy from Stuart, 22(3):16*
Rebecca Lorton, 1st w. of James, 22(3):5
Sarah Wright, 2d w. of James, 22(3):9
Warren,
Gouverneur K., federal official, 18(2):40,46*
John Borlase, British officer, 1(3):32-34
Maude Radford, artist, 49:119*
Mercy Otis, friend of M. Washington, 51:61
Mercy Owen, playwright/historian, 33:179*; 38:86
Robert Penn, author, 45:14
Warren Green Hotel, Warrenton, 18(5):26,28*
Warrenton, town, 9(1):23,26,27
Warrenton courthouse, 15(3):43*
Warrenton Hunt Club, 10(3):17
Warrenton Rifles, 1861, 6(1):19-21
Warrick, William, pres. bridge co., 4(2):18
Warriner, N.E., author, VCWC, 50:83
Warrington,
Lewis L., naval officer, 16(4):4-9
medal in honor of, 16(4):4,9*
sword awarded to, 16(4):8,9
Margaret Cary Kind, w. of Lewis L., 16(4):8
Warthen, Dr. Harry J. Jr., Richmond Acad. of Medicine, 50:80
Wartmann, Laurentz, printing superintendent, 13(3):20
Warwick,
Anthony, agent for a Scottish co., 25:89
eyewitness report of Battle of Hampton (D), 25:89
Corbin, Jr., 18(3):16
Imogen, model for painting of Latane, 28:121,122,125*
Quinby, 23(4):40
Warwick County, map of ca. 1936, 51:94*
Warwick Hunt Club, 51:90
Warwick Mills, Richmond, 38:187
Warwick priory, removal to Richmond, 5(3):23-27*
Warwick River Shire, 1634/Warwick County 1643, 51:84
Warwick warehouse, Chesterfield Co., flood damage, 1(2):21,22
War Workers of Epworth, 50:120
Wash,
Lipscomb, Jefferson lot purchaser, 50:90
William H., Jefferson, Va., 50:93
Washburn, historian/author, 27:126,127
"Nathaniel Bacon--reformer or rebel?" 7(3):38-40
Washington,
Anna Maria, great niece of M. Washington, 51:59
Anne Fairfax, w. of Laurence, 32:122; 34:6
Anne Pope, w. of John, 31:193
Augustine, f. of George, 31:193,194; 45:26; 48:166
Augustine, Jr., half-bro. of George, 31:194
Betty W. Lewis, sister of George, 45:26,28,35
Booker T., 46:127
Bushrod, nephew of George, judge, 9(2):36,30*; 11(3):11; 14(3):29,30*; 25:5; 29:6; 46:179; 48:149,155, 171,171*,177; Library Co. patron, 49:37
Executor of G. Washington’s will, 51:56,57,59,60
Bushrod Corbin, grandson of John Augustus, 13(2):9
Butler, 51:60
Charles, b. of George, planter, 13(2):5,6,8; 39:36; 45:26
Elizabeth Foote, 49:82
Elizabeth, w. of Lund Washington, 51:59
Fredericksburg Mary Washington Memorial Assoc., 45:26,30,32
George, president, 1(1):5,7*; 1(2):46*; 1(3):28-30; 9(3):39,40*; 7(1):26,27; 7(2):18,22*; 9(1):12,26; 10(3):14; 10(4):24,26; 11(3):5,13*; 13(2):5-7; 13(4):4-9; 15(1):46; 15(2):5,6*; 18(4):8,12*; 20(1):18,19*; 21(3):22,23,26,30*; 22(30):16*; 24:164,177*; 26:22,26,29,65-69*; 27:86*; 29:62*; 31:53-67,70-77,86,87*; 32:67,122; 34:1,5-11,64-69,80*; 37:135; 38:28-37,86-95,124,125; 39:36-47,111; 45:26,28,181-186; 46:86,87; 47:45,46; 48:10,135,142; 48:148-157,159-167, 168-177,178-190; 49:149-151,159,171; 51:52-61
anniversary celebrations, 31:177,178,180,181*
Badge of Military Merit to, 1783 (D), 13(2):15,16
Benedict Arnold, plans to kidnap, 35:64-69
birthplace of, 31:192-205*
carriage 2(1):12-15*
coffin wood, 48:174*
copybook, page from (D), 10(3):7
criticism by Nicholas Cresswell, 14(1):34-39
death of, 33:136-143*; 48:169*; 51:52*,53*
Dismal Swamp, interest in, 4(3):26; 39:172,173
Dunmore, opinion of, 2(4):44-46
equestrian statue, dedication of, 19(3):27
estate account by B. Washington, (D), 48:186*
family burial vault at Mt. Vernon, 48:177*
family relationships of, 2(3):22-26; 22(3):37-47*
financial problems of, 1(3):42,43
forts developed by (M), 20(2):10,11
free school established by, 14(1):39*
gorget worn by, 12(3):4-8*
Great Falls canal, work for, 12(4):40*
headquarters in Tappan, N.Y., 35:65*
Houdon statue of, 2(2):36-40*; 11(2):17,18*
income records (D), 1(3):42,43
Liberty Academy, gift of stock to, 10(1):11,12,14
maps by (M), 10(3):6,8-10; 39:38
marriage, advice to step-son about, 12(3):23-27
memorials to, 12(4):40*; 14(3):28-39*; 25:4-9*
orchards of, 20(2):28,29
painting, “Washington and Lafayette at the Battle of Yorktown,” by Reuben Law Reed, 48:137*
painting, portrait by Adolph Wertmuller, 1794, 48:148*
painting, "Washington Sitting for his Portrait," Gilbert Stuart, 1858, 48:151*
painting, "Whatever He Did He Did Well..." Frank Schoonover, 1924, 48:152*
painting, "To the Memory of G. Washington and His Lady," 1840, 48:172*
painting, "George Washington," 1780, John Trumbull, 48:189*
Painting, "Life of George Washington: The Citizen," 1854, Junius Brutus Stearns, 48:185*
painting, "Life of George Washington: The Christian," 1853, Junius Brutus Stearns, 48:187*
painting, “Death of Washington,” by James Baillie, 51:53*
papers of G.W., U.of Va., 48:148-157
   Library of Congress, 48:156
Society of the Cincinnati, 13(10):38-41*
son of Mary Ball Washington, 45:26,28
sketch, "Tomb of Washington at Mt. Vernon," Baroness Hyde de Neuville, 1818, 48:171*
slaves, 48:171,178-190
See also Slaves.
surveying, 10(2):4-10*
surveyor & mapmaker, 46:179,180
Thackeray portrayal of, 22(2):14,15*
tomb of, 14(3):38*; 38:132*
will, (D), 48:170*
George, free black aiding fleeing slaves, 48:77
George, Capt., at Washington sale, 51:60
George Corbin, great nephew of George, 14(3):37; 48:155
George Steptoe, s. of Samuel, 13(2):7; 48:174
Executor of G. Washington’s will, 51:56
Hannah F., school official, 39:59*
Hannah Lee, w. of Corbin, 27(3):21*
Henry Augustine, attorney, 37:153
Jane, niece of George, musician, 4(4):7
Jane Butler, 1st w. of Augustine, 31:193,194
John, great grandfather of George, 31:192,193
John, desc. of Samuel, physician, 13(2):5
John A., student, 34:46
John Augustine, bro. to George, 46:179
John Augustine, aide to Gen. Lee, 1(1):46; 6(2):39; 11(1):16; 14(3):29; 45:26; 51:59
John Augustine, Mrs., 13(2):10,12
John Augustine, Jr, II, 13(2):9,11,12; 14(3):33,34,37,38*
John Thornton Augustine, grandson of Samuel, 13(2):12
Julia Ann Blackburn, w. of Bushrod, 51:59
Lawrence, half-bro. of George, 5(3):5,7*; 10(3):5,6,9; 11(3):6,7; 13(2):5,6*; 14(3):28,30*; 15(4):30,34*; 30:7; 31:193; 34:6; 45:26,34; 48:166
Lawrence Augustine, nephew of G.W., 48:174
Lewis W., hostage of John Brown, 37:182
Lewis William, former owner of Wakefield plantation, 31:198
Lucy Payne, w. of George Steptoe, 13(2):7
Lund, manager of Mount Vernon, 13(4):4,7; 48:150,157,186; 51:59
Martha Custis, w. of George, 1(2):6; 2(1):32*; 11(3):7,11*; 13(4):5,7*; 14(1):29,30*; 14(3):28,29,37; 15(1):46; 22(3):38-47*; 33:137-143; 34:8*; 38:124,125*; 39:42,45; 45:26,179;
48:150,153,157,155*,157*,156*,168,170-174
“Lady Washington’s Lamentation for the Death of Her Husband,” by printer Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., 51:55*
will, controversy about ownership of (D), 9(2):18-22
“The Last Years of Martha Washington,” by Mary V. Thompson, 51:52-61
Mary Ball, m. of George, 2(3):22,26; 31:194; 45:26-35*
Mary W. Assoc. of America in Va. 45:29
Mary W. Hospital 45:35
Mary W. House 45:33
Mary Washington Monument, shrine, 45:26-35*
National Gazette, newspaper, 45:26
National Mary Washington Memorial Assoc., 45:26
Richard Blackburn, s. of John Augustine, Jr., 14(3):33,39*
Samuel, bro. of George, 13(2):5,6*; 45:26; 48:174
Samuel, nephew of George/executor of his will, 51:56
William (1752-1810) Continental Army officer, 7(2):10
William Augustine (1757-1810), of Westmoreland Co., 31:195
Nephew of George/executor of his will, 51:56
William D., artist, 28:118-129*; 37:163
"The burial of Latane, 28:120,121*; 37:120; 46:212
"Jackson entering Winchester" 35:39*
"Ruins of faculty quarters, VMI," 28:93*
"Western Virginia," 35:156*
Washington family, 11(3):6-13; 13(2):5-12; 14(3):28-39; 20(1):18,19*; 31:192-194
Washington family tree, 13(2):11*
Washington, Alexandria, & Mount Vernon Railroad, 15(2):15-17*
Washington Artillery, New Orleans militia, 49:187
Washington, city, 23(4):31*
British occupation of, 18(1):13,15-18*
Washington and Fredericksburg Steamboat Co., 13(1):28,29
Washington Lee Assoc., orphans of the Confederacy, 49:56
Washington and Lee University, 3(1):5; 3(4):12; 13(1):41; 15(3):47*; 21(2):24,25*; 48:177; 49:39
Centre Hall, 23(1):27*
military training program, 1942-1945, 39:26,27,34
recumbent statue of Lee, 20(1):23-25*
See also Washington College.
Washington and Ohio Railroad, 14(1):47
Washington and Old Dominion Railway, 13(1):42
Washington Cadet Corps. Co. A, militia, 49:181,185,187
Washington College, 23(1):29*; 33:42-47; 36:38; 39:167*
See also Washington and Lee University.
Washington County, 25:54-57
courthouses, 25:49,80-85*
Washington Ditch, Dismal Swamp, 4(3):26
Washington Eagle (jewelry), 13(1):38-40*
Washington Forests, Inc., 10(4):27
Washington Greys Militia of Phila., 49:172
Washington Iron Works, Franklin Co., 11(4):11,17,48*; 35:190,191*
stoveplate manufactured by, 35:191*
Washington Memorial, Capitol Square, Richmond, 14(3):34*
Washington Monument, Washington, 45:29
Joint Select Committee 45:29
stone for, 1(2):27
Washington Post, newspaper, 49:185
Washington Street Methodist Church, Petersburg, 7(3):35*
Washington's Headquarters, Richmond, 39:105*
Washington Union, leading Democratic newspaper 45:19,20
Water Works War, Bristol, 1889, 28:175-178
cartoon about, 28:177*
Waterford, town (M), 18(4):13-19*
Waterford Baptist Church, 19(4):16*
Waterford Friends' Meeting House, 18(4):18*
Waterhouse, Charles, artist
"Ohio River row galley," 27:117
Waters,
Edward, colonist, 9(3):18,19
John P., f. of William, 27:43
Philemon, settler in Prince William Co., 28:36
Wilburn, trapper, 27:43,49*
William, teacher of Wilburn, 17:43,44
Zula, w. of Wilburn, 27:46,47
Watkins,
______, Quaker, 48:42
Benjamin, county clerk, 17(3):33
Dick, mill owner, 8(4):6,36,37
Elida, farmer, 26:104
Emily Jane, washerwoman, 39:137
George, contractor, 20(4):6,8
Henry C., bd. mem., Huguenot Springs Hospital, 18(3):16
J.B., nurseryman, 45:142
John, ship passenger, 28:135
Thomas, farmer, 10(2):26
William, Charlotte Co. slave, 50:46
Watkinson,
Cornelius, actor, 14(1):21
James D., author
"Rogues, Vagabonds & Fit Objects, The Treatment of the Poor in Antebellum Va.," 49:16-29
Watson,
Aunt Mary Ann, mammy of Robinson family, 4(1):10*
Davy, carpenter, 29:85,86
Egbert, judge, 7(4):10,17
Mrs. Fontaine Maury, Logon, 9(4):35
Joseph, student, 18(4):29,30
Kathleen Anderson, dau. of Joseph R. Anderson, 12(3):14*
Mrs. Thomas, teacher, 14(1):23
Walter Allen, Congressman, 10(1):21
William F., Irish immigrant, 47:44,46
Willie L., member, Camp Hill Quartet, 51:103*
Watt,
Hugh, merchant, 9(1):42
James, publisher "Poultry Tribune" magazine, 46:47
Watt's Island Light, 27:16*
Watts family at Poplar Forest, 51:28
Waud,
Alfred R., artist, 37:163
"White House of the Confederacy," 2(3):5*
William, artist
"General Butler before his tent," 4(3):8*
Waugh, Beverley, artist
"John Marshall,” 26:175*
Wax sealer of Sally McDowell, 49:131*
Wayland, John W., Shenandoah Valley historian, 50:103,113
Wayles,
Elizabeth Lomax Skelton, 3d w. of John, 19:79
John, planter, 1(2):21; 19(2):30; 29:57,59,78,79,81,84; 46:93,160
Martha. See Jefferson, Martha Wayles.
Martha Eppes, 1st w. of John, 29:79
Tabitha Cocke, 2d w. of John, 29:79
Wayne, Anthony, Continental officer, 1(2):40-42*; 7(2):11; 31:56-67,70; 38:32-34,94; 48:135-142; 49:150,152,156,157
engraving by Samuel C. Atkinson, 48:134*
Waynesboro (Basic City), 1(1):22-27; (M), 24:136,138*
Battle of, ________, (M), 20(1):30-35
WCTU, 46:39,44
Weapons, 3(2):32-37; 22(2):38-47*
See also Armament, Rifles, etc.
Weather, snow in Eastern Virginia, 8(3):7-17*
See also Floods.
Weaver,
Aubrey G., Va. Sen. died in 2nd Jeff. Hotel fire 45:14
Bettie Woodson, auth.
"Huguenot Springs," 18(3):13-16
"Mary Jefferson and Eppington," 19(2):30-35
"The mines of Midlothian," 11(3):40,41
"Nineteenth-century education in western Chesterfield County," 25:38-47
James Baird, Populist presidential candidate, 9(4):35,37,40
William, ironmaster, 7(2):31,32,36
Weaver Hollow Singers, 51:127
Webb,
A.S., federal officer, 18(2):40
Clifton, artist, 49:103,110
Edwin Yates, N.C. congressman, 49:88
George, clerk of treasurer, 38:63
The office and authority of a justice of the peace, 1736, excerpt on witchcraft (D), 6(1):34*
Howard, ukulele player, Tubize orchestra, 51:112,116,118
K. Blanche, VWP interviewer, 46:233
Samples of interviews, 46:233*
Lew W., sheriff, 17(1):45
Mabel, m. of Clifton, 49:110
Stephen, James City Co., 18(4):22
Theodorick, Baptist minister, 46:236
Vaughn, author
"Why Don't You Rock My Soul," The African-American Quartet Tradition in Hampton Roads, 51:100-111
Webber, Charles T., artist,
"The Underground Railroad," 1893, 48:76*
Webster,
Daniel, Congressman, 11(3):15,16,19*; 23(4):29,36*; 45:22
George Washington, 116th Infantry bandsman, killed, 50:112
John, writer
The displaying of supposed witchcraft, frontispiece (D), 6(1):30*
Joseph, Dayton, Va., f. of George W., 50:112
Noah, linguist, 1(3):38-41*; 48:153
William H., Richmond hotel manager 45:9
Weddell,
Alexander Watson, Episcopal rector, 34:22
Alexander Wilbourne, diplomat, 3(3):32; 5(3):22-29; 51:171 34:2,22-29*; 36:41
Penelope Margaret Wright, m. of ambassador, 34:22
Virginia Chase Steedman, w. of ambassador, 5(3):22-29; 34:28,39*
Wedding dresses, 6(1):45-47*
Wednesday Club, Richmond, 17(2):46,47; 49:13
Weedon, George, Continental officer, 13(1):35-37; 26:65-68*; 31:61
Weedon's Tavern. See Rising Sun Tavern.
Weems, Dr., at Washington sale, 51:60
Weems, George and Mason, steamship operators, 15(1):33,34
"Parson" Mason Locke, woodcut from The life of Benjamin Franklin (D), 25:47*
Weir,
George, weaver, 45:151
Hugh, weaver, 45:151
Robert W., artist, 11(2):13; 38:11
Weir House, headquarters of Beauregard, 12(2):34,36,38*
Weisberg, Charles, forger, 48:157
Weiser, Conrad, interpreter, 3(1):17
Weisiger,
David Adams, militia officer, 17(3):5,8,10
Joseph K., Jefferson, Va., 50:93
Minor, Lib. of Va. archivist, 46:149,155
Samuel P., Independent baseball club player, 48:123
Samuel S., militia officer, 19(3):18
Weiss, Susan Archer Talley, poet, 32:155*
Weitzel, Godfrey, Union officer, 1(4):28; 18(5):42,47
Welby, William, owner of Blandfield, 11(4):26
Welch,
Emily Hamilton, educator, 39:59,60
John, CSA officer, gravestone, 8(1):41*
Sarah, Rockbridge Co. pauper, 49:27
Weld,
Isaac, Jr., traveler, description of
Capitol building, 5(4):44,45
Natural Bridge, 1(2):46*
Nelson House, Yorktown, 1(2):46
Weldon, Casey Bill, Hawaiian music, 51:115
Weldon Railroad Operations, 46:215
Welfare, Richmond, 1861-1865, 22(1):22-29
Wellford,
John S., physician, 2(8):46; 31:158,162,163
Robert, surgeon gen. during Whiskey Rebellion, 33:139,143*
Wellford's Ferry, Civil War Hospital, 45:39
Welles, Gideon, Sec. of Navy, 1861, 50:64-75,67*; 51:88
Wells,
Clyde, crew member of Mason Williams, 45:62*
Henry Horatio, provisional governor, 1868, 19(2):11; 50:171
J.B., violinist, 11(1):7,9
Walter A., physician, 33:143
Wells & Warwick, theater stock co., 28:6,7
Welsh, Elizabeth, owner of Poe home, 15(3):42
Welty, Eudora, journalist/author, 51:76
Wenger, Mark R., auth., 31:31
"The architecture of the Governor's Palace in Williamsburg," 31:12-19
Wentworth, Thomas, British officer, 5(3):6; 15(4):34
Werner, Louis, Richmond Chief of Police, 46:41,43,45,46
Wermuth, Paul C., auth.
"Bacon's rebellion in the London theater," 7(1):38,39
"Nathaniel Bacon's poetic epitaph," 7(2):6-8
"An ode to reconciliation," 7(2):14-17
"Swallow Barn: A Virginia idyll," 9(1):30-34
"Valley vein," 7(3):13-16
"Willa Cather's Virginia novel," 7(4):4-7
Werowocomoco, 12(1):5
Wert, Jeffry D., auth.
"Sandie Pendleton," 36:158-169
"The Valley Campaign of 1862," 34:150-161; 35:38-47
Wertenbaker, William, librarian, 5(1):23; 16(4):31*; 31:189
Werth,
James R., supt. mining co., 16(3):38-40
John, militia officer, 19(3):16
Wertmuller, Adolph, painter, 48:148*
Wescott, Nathaniel B., judge, 10(1):21
Wesley, _______, Pastimes baseball club player, 48:123,127
Wessel, H.H., painter
“A Summer Afternoon,” 46:248*
Wessell, William, farmer, 28:16-19
rootcellar of, 28:14,18*
West,
Capt._______, Union officer, 26:67
Benjamin, artist, 9(1):42
"Christ Healing the Sick," 49:59,61*
"James Rumsey," 12(4):41*; 14(2):33*
Bennie, union soldier, 45:45
James L.W.,III, author, 49:188-190
"William Styron, Virginia Writer"
Jesse, judge, 31:42,46
John, Jr., surveyor, 10(3):8; 15(2):5; 39:39
Lucy Adelaide, Navy Nurse Corps, WWI, 50:118
Mary, widow of Richard T., 47:20
Richard T., conf. amputee, 47:20
Thomas, baron De La Warr, interest in grapevines, 39:106,
Jamestown colonist, 45:167,168
Thomas, See also Delaware, Thomas West, lord.
William, salvage diver, 33:113
William, ordinary owner, 48:8
William E., artist, 38:11
"Mary Custis Lee," 3(3):19*
"Robert E. Lee," 3(3):19*
West Branch, Richmond baseball team, 48:129
West End Market, 49:6,14
West End School, Richmond, 8(2):7*
West Hope commissary, 10(3):33*
West Point, 49:134
town, 16(2):32,41; 38:38-44*; 45:54
West Virginia, proposal for statehood, 35:156-159*
West Virginia Southern Railroad, 30:20
Westcott, Wright, naval officer, 36:150
Western Lunatic Asylum, 14(4):35,37*
Western Va. Argus & Farmer's Register, published by J. Ustick, 50:18
Westham, Henrico Co., 4(1):5-8,48*
flood damage, 1771, 1(2):20,21
Weston, Silas, builder, 21(2):17
Westover, home of Byrd family, 11(2):37l*; (M), 18(1):4,5,7*; 20(1):36*; 26:133*; 33:24,25*; 37:4-6
bowling at, 9(4):14
gates of, 29:151*
slavery at, 37:5,6*
William Byrd III at, 1(3):44,45*
Westover Church, Charles City Co., 17(2):1,2,4-9*
West Point Cemetery, Norfolk, 51:71
West's Ordinary (later Lacey's), 10(3):8,9*
Westwood, home of Borckenbrough family, 28:122,123*
Wetherburne, Henry [Wetherburn], tavern keeper, 1(1):36; 5(2):5,6
Wetherless, James, Richmond, 39:142
Wetumpka Iron, Mining, and Manufacturing Company, 7(2):41
Weyanoke, plantation, 18(1):6; 17(2):36
Weyer, Bernard, farmer, 3(4):26; 48:19
discoverer of Grand Caverns in Augusta County, 50:52
Weyer's Cave, 22(4):44,45*; 24:18*
See also Grand Caverns.
Wharton,
Edith, writer, 49:106
Gabriel C., CSA officer, 20(1):29-32; 28:185
James, auth.
"Virginia's drowned village," 7(3):6-12
Whateley & Sinclair, artists
"Mount Vernon," 1859, 48:160*
Whealand, ______, Augusta Co. store owner, 49:22
Wheat,
Chatham Roberdeau, CSA officer, 10(4):14,16*
James C., educator/clergyman, 18(3):37
Lewis, physician, 11(2):6-8; 31:160-167
Roberdeau, CSA officer, 18(4):36,39
Wheatley, Samuel E., D.C. commissioner, 49:180
Wheeler,
George, arms expert, 22(2):41,46
Joel, overseer of Monticello, 1(4):6,7
Lyle Reynolds, Jefferson Hotel staircase designer, 45:13
Wilbur F., chaplain, 39:85
Wheelock, Julia S., nurse, 46:216,222,224
Wheelwright, John, clergyman, 34:15
Whig political rally poster, 46:64*
The Whig, newspaper, 18(3):42-49
Whipper, Leigh, actor, 36:42
Whiskey Rebellion, controversy about, 18(4):11,12
Whistles, boat, 11(1):35-47*
Whitaker, Anna, w. of J. Yoder/Baptist teacher, 46:30-32
Whitaker vs. Freeman, libel case, 50:9
Whitcomb,
H.D., railroad man, 14(3):43,44
Susan, artist
"The Residence of Gen. Washington," 1842, 48:153*
White,
Agnew, Richmond, 39:137
Alfred R., Sgt., 2nd Va. Infantry Band, 50:105
Ambrose, tavern keeper, 14(1):21
Bacchus, slave, 39:73
Deacon William, Golden Crown Quartet, 51:110
Dennis, potter, 24:150-155
Edgar B., Richmond court clerk, 51:79,81*
Edward, off. Petersburg Junior Greys, 17(3):7
Edward, free black aiding fleeing slaves, 48:77
Edward Brickell, sculptor
design for Capitol Square monument (not used), 25:12,13
Elijah V., militia officer, 18(4):15-17*
Fairy Mapp, writer of cookbook, 23(4):14,15*
Foolproof cookbook, titlepage, 23(4):15; 46:76
Fuller, silversmith, 5(3):40
Henry, peace commissioner, 37:53
Hugh Lawson, Tenn. senator, 49:70*,71
James J., member Jackson Memorial Assoc., 46:18
John, 17th century artist, 1(2):33-35; 38:68-71,134-143; 51:161-163
Eastern North America (M), 38:68*
"Elderly Indians," 38:140*
"Indian fishermen," 38:141*
"Indian warriors," 28:110*
"Indians broiling fish," 12(1):8*
"Indians fishing and cooking," 17(3):46*
"Indians making canoes," 12(1):17*; 15(3):21*
"John Smith explaining compass to Indians," 12(1):8*
mouth of Chesapeake Bay (M), 6(4):12
"Sea creatures,” 38:136,137*
sketches of Indians, 1(2):33,35*
"Theire setting at meate," 38:69*
"The towne of Secota,” 1(2):33-35”
John, mapmaker, 46:179
John, Va. Gov., Pocahontas' grandfather?, 48:53,56-58
Moses, Tennessee, 9(1):12,14
Richard D., Jr., auth.
"When lightships watched over Virginia waters,” 30:38-47
Sallie Caldwell, Julia Jackson's governess, 46:10
Stanford, architect, 5(10):23; 19(4):20,21*; 29:114; 45:9
Thomas S., land developer, 20(30):12
Thomas Willis, editor, 19(3):43; 21(1):15-18
W. Frank, Roanoke Island resident, 48:57
William H., railroad president, 6(20):32
William Spottswood, Presbyterian minister, 5(4):38*; 21(2):20,23,26
White & Riley, bar room proprietors, 28:7
White House, 2(3):41*; 13(2):18,22*; 14(1):30*; 16(2):10*; 30:57
hospitality in Tyler years, 11(3):14-19
stone for building, 9(1):38,41*
White House, Battle of the _______, 18(1):13-19
White House of the Confederacy, 2(3):1-4,6*; 8(2):9*; 46:198
See also Confederate Museum/Museum of the Confederacy
White House Tavern, 48:21
White Marsh, home of Joseph Bridger, 7(1):37
White Oak Swamp, retreat of Grant's forces, 25:171*
White Sulphur Springs, 22(40):43*; 39:161
White Top Festival, 1931, 11(1):4,11*; 45:101-103; 46:69*,70,71;
Record cover images, 51:142********
White Top Mountain, 11(1):4,11*; 27:42,47*
White Top Ramblers, band, 11(1):8
Whitefield, George, clergyman, 24:53,54*; 31:170*
Whitehead,
John D., CSA officer, 24:92,95
Richard H., murderer, 46:177,178
Whitehorn, Leonard, radio station engineer, 11(1):9
Whitehurst, William F., militia officer, 24:89,92,95
Daguerreotypist, 45:21
Whitesell, Wm. E., 116th Va. Nat. Guard bandmember, 50:110
Whiteside, Thomas, cabinetmaker, 24:112
White-Taylor House, Richmond, 14(1):6*
Whitework, 45:160,162*,163*
Whitice, James, builder, 34:164
Whiting,
Anne, involved in divorce case against elderly John Pryor, 51:180-189
Anthony, G. Washington's estate manager, 48:163,180,183,185
Carlisle F., CSA soldier, 34:106
Elizabeth Seawell, m. of Anne Whiting Pryor, 51:182
Henry of Elmington, Gloucester, 13(4):38
Henry Laurens, U.S. Coast Survey, 48:26
Thomas, f. of Anne Whiting Pryor, 51:182
Whitley, Alice, UDC leader, 10(3):28
Whitlock,
Adelaide, d. of Frances & Henry, 50:94
Alice, d. of Frances & Henry, 50:94
Armistead A., son of Henry, 50:93
Chastain, son of Henry, 50:93
Frances E. Allen Seayres, Jefferson, Va., 50:93,94
Henry W., Jefferson, Va., merchant, 50:88-94
Otto J., conf. vet. amputee, 47:18
Philip, Richmond Grays, 49:163,176,177
Robert H., Richmond baseball team, 48:129
William W., son of Henry, 50:93
Whitman,
John A., bought "Wytheville Dispatch," 50:23
Walt, poet, on baseball, 48:133
Whittaker, Alexander, clergyman, 18(3):7
Whittet, James, investor in The Reviewer, 27:131,132
Whittier, John Greenleaf, poem about John Brown, 11(2):43,44
Whittle,
Chloe Tyler, Norfolk, 49:53-63
Title page for one of Chloe's journals, 49:56*
Chloe Tyler W., mother of Chloe, 49:54
Conway, lawyer, f. of Chloe, 49:54
Francis M., Episcopal bishop, 17(2):8; 31:162; 49:57*,57
Grace, Norfolk, sister of Chloe, 48:18; 49:54,56,58
Mary Eliza, sister of Chloe, 49:54
William C., CSA blockade runner, 9(4):20,21
Whittle House, Norfolk, 28:59; 49:55*
Whitton, Amy H., auth.
"Silk-masters of Virginia," 13(4):42-47
Whittredge, Thomas Worthington, artist
"The camp meeting," 39:168*
"The Trout Pool," (1870), 45:129*
Whitwell, W.L., auth.
"Saint Andrew's Roman Catholic Church; Roanoke's high Victorian gothic landmark," 24:124-133
Whyte, James, surveyor's assistant, 24:67
Wiatt, Samuel, bro.-in-law of William Campbell, 18(3):31
Wicker, Tom, “N.Y. Times” corres., 48:70
Wickersham, James Pyle, mentor of J.E.Yoder, 46:24,25,27
Wickham,
Elizabeth Selden McClurg, w. of John, 2(3):17,19
James, friend of John H. Pleasants, 26:113
John, attorney, 2(3):17,18; 15(2):14,19*; 16(3):29; 20(1):10,11; 22(4):6,9,10; 38:161
Va. atty. of Burr, 50:11,15
Williams Carter, CSA officer, 14(3):43,44,47*; 19(3):16,17*; 22(3):21
Widdicombe, John Sherwood, writer, 36:128; 46:227
Wiebener, Nicholas, German military cemetery gravedigger, 50:136
Wiggins, Kitty, Richmond, 39:137,138
Wiggs, Henry, carpenter, 20(1):7
Wighe, A., artist
"Trial by jury," 34:120,121*
Wight,
Edwin L., Goochland Co., 10(4):12
Hezekiah L., Goochland Co., 10(4):12
Richard C., writer, 10(4):12
Wilber, Perlee B., clergyman/educator, 2(1):45,46
Wilberforce Institute, Rhode Island, 46:158
Wilcox,
Cadmus Marcellus, CSA gen., 45:43
James, physician, 17(2):5
John, surveyor and owner of iron deposits, 35:187
Orlando B., 21(3):16
Wild Cat Knob, 11(1):338
Wild life, 9(3):24-31*; 10(4):19-28*
Wilde, Oscar, writer, 12(4):16; 28:62,64*
Wilder,
L. Douglas, governor, 27:122;
inauguration, 1990, 50:168,168*,169,177
Loren, d. of L. Douglas, 50:168,168*
Lynn, d. of L. Douglas, 50:168,168*
Wilderness
Battle of the, _____, 14(3):9; 45:41
iron industry, 14(3):4-9
Wildflowers of Virginia, illustrations, 50:26*,27*,32*,33*, 37*,38*
Wildman, Enos, owner of Eagle Tavern, 48:13
Wiley,
______, county treasurer, 8(4):4
Alexander, mover, 24:29
Wilkes,
Charles, USN capt., 50:73
Edmund, agent for Wm. Aspinwall, 51:88
John, writer, 33:178,182*
The North Briton, vol. i, titlepage (D), 33:178*
Wilkins,
Dewey, baseball player, 34:190*
Helen Sheffield, w. of Dewey, 34:190*
John, justice, 6(3):46
Wilkinson,
______, CSA officer, gravestone of, 8(1):41*
Gallio, Jefferson, Va., 50:93
James, accuser of Aaron Burr of treason, 50:11
John ===========
Mrs., ______, pauper, 49:24
Royal, murdered by E. Vaughn, 50:90
Thomas, owner of the Eagle Tavern, 48:13
Winston, musician, 11(1):5*
Wilks,
Benjamin, tavern keeper, 1(2):27,28
Charles, naval officer, 16(3):7
Leyburn, 1(2):28
Will, Elizabeth, designer, 13(2):17
Willard, Joseph E., lt. Gov., owner, Willard Hotel, 36:179; 45:11
Willard Hotel, Washington, 10(2):17*
Willcox,
Charles H., inventor, 28:103,107*
James P., partner of James E.Z. Gibbs, 28:103,107*
Willey, David, Gravesend vicar, 48:53
William, valet to T.N. Conrad, 12(4):21,22
William III, King, 3(3):38*; 7(1):14,22*; 18(4):21*; 33:128*
coronation celebration, Henrico Co. (D), 2(4):5*
death proclaimed in Williamsburg, 2(4):5
William IV, prince of Orange, 18(5):32*
William & Mary, College of, 45:111,113; 51:76
“William and Mary College Monthly,” 51:77
William Augustus, duke of Cumberland, 17(3):38,39*; 28:36*
"William F. Romer," steamer, 17(1):9*
"William P. Frye," ship, 35:126*
Williams,
Abner, hotel owner, 39:178
A.E., Col., Quartermaster Corps., WWI, 50:137
Alexine Hutcheson, w. of John R., 38:162
Amalek C., hotel manager, 39:178,179
Ames W., auth.
"The action near Vienna Station," 12(1):41-47
"The Alexandria, Lousoun, and Hampshire Railroad," 14(1):40-47
"The Baltimore boats," 15(1):32-39
"The occupation of Alexandria," 11(3):33-39
Armistead M., bro. of Mason, 45:53,54,61,63,55*,58*,59*,63*
Author, "I'd like to get a hand in it . . .!", 45:52-65
Arvin, U.S. air cadet with Mason Wms., 45:61,62
Bert, actor, 38:17,18*
Carrington, phys., f. of Mason, 13(1):40; 45:53-65,56*,59*
Carrington, Jr., bro. of Mason, "Canky," 45:53,54,58*,59*,63*
Dwight, artist
"The powder magazine," 38:116*
Edward, CSA veteran, 29:45
Edward ============
Edward, British hydrologist, Gravesend, 48:52
Edwin T., auth.
"Brunswick stew," 10(1):37-41; 46:75
"Goronwy Owen: A Welsh bard in Virginia," 9(2):42-47
Emily J., auth.
"A home . . . for old boys: The Robert E. Lee Camp Confederate Soldiers' Home," 24:40-47
Emory Gill, son-in-law of Mason Wms., 45:54
Ennion G., state health commissioner, 1(4):32
Ernest, Lynchburg, 4(2):18
Evan R., quarry owner, 38:162-163
Fanny Braxton Miller, m. of Mason, 45:53-65,56*,59*
Frances Leigh, writer, 36:15
George W., Jefferson, Va., merchant, 50:89,91-93,95
Henry, teamster, 39:139
Hill, electric power superintendent, 27:154,155
Jack, Police Chief, Wytheville, VJDay celebrant, 45:90
Jacob, plasterer, 26:78
James, Continental officer, 30:27
John, militia officer, 24:5,11
John Alonzo, artist & friend of W.J.Biggs, 49:110
John Ashby, student, 4(2):44
John L. & Sons, newspaper owners, 51:78
John R., quarry owner, 38:162,163,167*
John Skelton, railroad president, 34:24; 38:38
John Skelton, Jr., child, 33:166*
Jonas, Brunswick Co., 19(3):40
Joseph, mem. boundary expedition, 1779, 20(3):34
L.B., VMI cadet, 49:142
Langbourne M., railroad president, 16(3):41
Len, Norfolk Jazz/Jubilee Quartet, 51:111
Lila L., illustrator
Historic gardens of Virginia, titlepage (D), 34:128
Martha, Richmond, 39:39
Martha S., w. of E. Randolph, 36:11,13,15
Mason Miller, s. of Dr. C. Wms., Richmond, 45:52-65,52*,55*,56*,58*,59*,62*,63*,65*
Mason's WW II B-17 crew, 45:62*
Mildred, journalist, 10(1):41
Mollie, VWP subject, 46:238
Otho, court clerk, 10(1):33
Peter, waiter, 39:140
R. Gray, attorney, 25:35; 34:95
Roy, H., owner printing co., 46:42
Rufus C., owner printing co., 46:42
Seth, Lt., USA, Mexican War, 46:104
Siana, niece of M. Washington, 49:81
Thomas, crew member of Mason Wms., 45:62
Thomasia Hutcheson, w. of Evan, 38:162
Walter Armistead, Sr., grandfather of Mason Wms., 45:62
Walter Wheeler, VMI cadet, 49:137
Williams mill, Buckingham Co., 4(2):11*
Williams Printing Co., Richmond, 46:42,45
Williams Slate Co., 38:167,170,171
Williamsburg, capital
Battle of, 1862, 18(4):29*; (M), 22(3):20,27*
bowling, 9(4):12*
colonial government in, 38:52,65*
Frenchman's map of, 1782 (M), 31:16
jail, 2(2):14*; 5(1):28*; 18(4):22*; 21(1):35,37*
Lafayette visit, 1824, 4(2):40,41
mace of, 9(1):10*
Middle Plantation, 45:177,178
music in, 4(4):4-7
powder magazine, 27:125,126*; 29:151*
public buildings in, 1(2):12-16*
public record office, 24:22-31*
Scotch prisoners of war in, 38:153,154,156
signboards and sign painters, 27:68-85*
Noah Webster visit, 1785, 1(3):40,41*
Williamsburg Academy, 24:30
Williamsburg Gazette, newspaper, 48:82
Williamson,
_______, innkeeper, Genito, 8(4):6
Arthur, builder, 20(1):8
George, master armorer, 22(2):44,46
J. Pinckney, mayor of Petersburg, 27:154
Richard A., auth.
Williams, John L. & Sons, newspaper owners, 51:78
"Bail, fines, and punishment; The Eighth Amendment's safeguards," 34:174-181
Thomas Hoomes, eng./prof., 36:378; 45:160; 49:138,142
sketch of faculty residence, VMI (D), 36:37*
sketch of St. Helen's Church, Jerusalem (D), 36:37*
William P., CSA naval engineer, 33:102
"Willing," row galley used by George Rogers Clark's men, 2(3):36
Willis,
Henry, court clerk, 18(5):33
John, Continental army officer, 48:140
John M., del. to 1901-1902 Convention, 10(1):20
Sally, Richmond, 39:140
Stanley, auth.
"Log houses in Southwest Virginia: Tools used in their construction," 21(4):36-47
Susanna, mistress of Lord Culpeper, 1(1):42
Thomas, murderer, 46:177,178
Willow Bank, home of Bessie Ginter, 23(4):11,14*
Willowshade, Frederick Co., 7(4):5
Wills,
Elias, builder, 16(1):23
John M., physician, 16(1):25
William, builder, 20(1):8
Willson, Thomas Branch, Amelia Co., 18(3):26
Wilmer,
Joseph, ship owner, 33:184,186,191
William N., friend of Theodore Roosevelt, 33:184
Wilson,
Alexander, naturalist, 35;72,73*
Anne Walker, Yeo. WWI, Norfolk Navy Yard, 50:133
Catherine, Chatham, 20(4):11
Churchill, Richmond police court defendant, 51:80
Dave, Richmond paperboy, 51:82*
David, settler, 35:187
Edith Bolling, 2d w. of Woodrow, 30:55,57-59*; 37:52-67*; 48:59;
Edith Galt, widow of Woodrow, 45:76
Edward A., artist
"Books for the holiday," poster, 37:41,42*
Ellen Louise Azson, 1st w. of Woodrow, 37:52
Goodridge A., physician/editor, 2(3):44
Gordon, physician, 10(3):20,21
Harvey L., early owner of “Richmond News,” 51:78,79,82*
Henry, seaman, 36:29*
Henry H., director of iron co., 7(2):41
Howard McKnight, and William H.B. Thomas, auths. "The Battle of Point Pleasant," 24:100-107
Hudson, builder, 20(2):43,44
Hugh, textile trader, 45:151
James, Pennsylvania Federalist, 18(4):8,9*; 35:83,84
James Southall, professor, 24:33
John J., Richmond, 1(3):12
John L., official of iron co., 7(2):45
Joseph, clerk of circuit court, 1(2):27
Joseph Ruggles, f. of Woodrow, 2(3):7; 6(2):43,44*
memorial plaque, Staunton, 2(3):7*
Margaret, dau. of Woodrow, 37:55
Orlandus, member, Golden Gate Quartet, 51:106,107
Richard, artist
"Governor Francis Fauquier," 18(1):21*; 21(1):37*
Robert, Chatham, 20(4):11
Robert W., artist
"William Campbell," conjectural portrait, 30:23,112*
Thomas, Halifax Co., 20(4):6
Thomas, James City Co., 18(4):22
Woodrow, president, 2(3):7-10; 3(1):8,9; 6(2):42-47*; 6(3):12-19; 8(3):4-6*; 30:52-59*; 37:52-67; 46:36,39,254*; 50:105
birthplace of, 2(3):8,9*; 6(2):46,48*; 6(3):12-19; 30:59*; 45:75; 47:9
fairy stones given to, 8(3):5,6
inaugural, 49:89
visit to Randolph-Macon College, 8(3):5,6
Wilson, The Brig, of U.S. (1820), maritime case, 50:12
Wilson Memorial High School, 45:83
Wilton, home of Randolphs, 15(4):1,9-29
Wimbush, Tad, caver, 50:58
Wimsatt & Assoc. Art Conservation, Md., 46:213
Winchester, town, 15(1):41,42; 18(5):5-11*
Battle of, ______, (M), 34:152; 36:39-41*
Jackson headquarters, 12(4):27-29,31*
Lutheran churches, 4(4):38-41*
"Winchester Evening Star," newspaper, 45:93
Winder,
Charles Sidney, CSA officer, 5(4):22,26*; 34:157,158*; 35:41,42,45-47
USA officer, Mexican War, 46:103
Charles, CSA provost marshal, 18(1):46,47*
William H., attorney, 15(3):5
Windmill Point Lighthouse, 27:15*
Windsor, home of James G. Field, 1(3):19; 9(4):38*
Windsor Hotel, Bedford, 1(2):27
Winfree,
David B., teacher/preacher, 25:42,43,46,47*
roll book, excerpt (D), 25:46*
G.H., staff mem., The reviewer, 17:134,142
Winger, Verle, crew member of Mason Williams., 45:62*
Wingfield,
Bettie Jane, WW I Army nurse, 50:116
Edward Maria, pres. of Council, 6(4):7; 17(2):35; 17(3):47; 45:166
G.A., judge, 21(2):29
John Henry Duchacet, Episcopal chaplain, 19(4):13*
Joseph F., builder, 10(3):26
Winlaw, William, threshing machine developer, 48:164
Winmill, Mrs. Robert C., huntswoman, 10(3):17
Winn, John, Fluvanna, 16(1):24
Winona, Exmore, 23(4):38,43*
Winslow, Benjamin, surveyor, 18(3):45,46
Winstead, Mattie, Blue Ridge San. Nurse, 46:255*
Winston,
______, Quaker, 48:44
Anthony, judge, 1(2):37
Charles Henry, professor, 35:101,106
Eliza, washerwoman, 39:142
Isaac, f. of Sarah Henry, 14(2):34; 30:110
Joseph, Continental officer, 30:27
Mary Dabney, w. of Isaac, 15(2):34
Sarah, d. of Edmund. See Cabell, Sarah Winston.
Sarah, d. of Isaac. See Henry, Sarah Winston.
Winthrop, Robert C., Massachusetts gov., 7(2):16; 31:104
Winton, home of Merediths, 15(2):34-37*
Winwood, Ralph, British sec. of state, 18(5):17,18l*
Wireless telegraphy, Congressional debate on, 12(3):19-22
sketch of experiment (D), 12(3):20*
Wirt,
Elizabeth Washington Gamble, 49:64-75,65*,81
author, "Flora's Dictionary," 49:64*,66,72*73*
William, attorney, 3(2):32-34; 13(3):38,39*; 14(2):4,5*; 15(1):14,18*; 15(4):40,41,43*; 18(1):33,34*; 19(4):16; 20(1):10,11; 23(4):32; 36:156,157*; 39:102; 49:65-70,68*
gov. prosecutor of Burr, 50:11
Wirt children: Catharine, Dabney, Elizabeth, Ellen, Henry, Rosa, William, Jr., 49:68-75
Wirtland, Wirt Florida plantation, 49:68,74
Wirz, Henry, commander at Andersonville, 14(4):14
Wise,
Ann Jennings, w. of Henry A., 21:31
Evelyn Douglas, w. of John S., 11(2):4
George, Hampton area, 1(3):35
Henry A., governor, 3(1):43-47*; 3(2):32-34,45*; 8(1):10; 9(3):40,41,44-46*; 11(2):4,5,18,19*; 12(2):44; 16(4):11,14*; 17(1):11,12*; 17(3):11,13,18; 18(2):12*; 28(4):15,31*; 22(2):34,36*; 25:10; 26:30-37*; 33:43,77,78*; 37:152,158,160; 49:175-177,182; 50:65,66,70
campaign schedule,(D), 26:32
home of, 26:31*
opposition to Houston nomination for president, 5(1):34
reburial of James Monroe, 35:53,63*
refusal to issue Thanksgiving proclamation, 1(2):9,11*
second in duel, 3(2):29,31*
inauguration, 1856, 50:171
Henry A., USN lt., 50:73
John, accused of tobacco cutting, 1(1):43
John, tavernkeeper, 15(2):5
John, Philadelphia tavern owner, 49:32
John Sergeant, Congressman, 1(1):43; 3(2):31; 3(3):14; 3(4):36; 10(2):2,42-47*; 11(2):4-9*; 13(3):13,14*; 14(2):16,22*; 18(2):16; 19(5):10; 19(2):11*; 19(3):19*; 37:172-174
Obadiah Jennings, diplomat/editor, 3(1):43-47; 3(2):30; 10(4):14,16*; 11(2):5; 13(2):30; 35:54,55,57
Nicholas, Norfolk Co., 32:77
Ninian, builder, 15(3):31
Peyton, nephew of Henry A., 3(2):31; 10(4):30
Richard A., physician/professor, 10(2):46,47; 10(4):43; 20(4):16; 37:162,172
Wise & Kennedy, engraving co., 45:34
Wise County, 21(4):30-35
boom of 1890s, 21(1):22-33
schoolhouse, 21(4):34
Wise Light Dragoons, cavalry unit, 34:50
Wissler, Franklin H., owner of furnaces, 13(2):43,44
Wister, Caspar, professor, 35:78*
Witchcraft, 6(1):28-34*
Withers,
Eugene, del. to 1901-1902 Convention, 10(1):21*
John, town trustee, 16(2):40
John, CSA officer, 18(1):46
Marianne McKee, auth.
"Complete in every part: Selected maps," 35:162-171
Robert Enoch, CSA officer, 18(3):46; 24:41-43*; 50:23
Witherspoon,
David, teacher, 24:59
John, clergyman/educator, 1(3):27; 24:54-57*; 48:152
T.D., clergyman, 27:37
Witt,
J.D., Richmond bridge toll collector, 46:128
John Temple, sculptor, 27:97,113,119,123*
"Bill Robinson," 27:97,113,119,123*
Wittenmyer, Annie, USCC agent, (Iowa), 46:219,224
Wohlford,
C.S., musician, 11(1):5-7,9*
Ellis, musician, 11(1):6
Wolcott, Oliver, sec. treasury., 18(4):11,12
Wolf Trap Lighthouse, 27:14*
Wolfe,
Benjamin, Richmond, 4(4):8
Thomas, author 45:14
Wolfenden, Thomas, apprentice to D. St. Clair, 50:18
Wollaston, John, artist
"Martha Custis," 22(3):38*; 35:176*
"Betty Lewis," 2(3):23*
"Peyton Randolph," attrib. to, 25:96*
Wolmeldorf, William R., Va. mortician, 48:59
Wolstenholme Towne (Carter's Grove), grave, 28:116*
"Woman Citizen's Library, The," books, 49:88
"Woman's Home Companion," magazine, 49:105,109
Woman's Jamestown Assoc., 49:86
Women--home life, Petersburg, 33:52-63
Women, rights of, Hannah Corbin view of, 29:75-77
Women--suffrage, 1(4):17; 3(2):18-21; 4(2):29-32; 6(3):8-11; 30:127-129
Women's Army Corps Hospital Co., 96th, 45:79
Women's Aux. Of the State Council of Defense, 50:121
Women's Committee of National Council of Defense, 50:121
Women’s Fusion League, N.Y.C. political group, 47:8
Women's history, 46:56-67
Women's Munition Reserve, Seven Pines, Poster, 50:115*
Women's National Honor Medals, 50:121
Women’s Political League, N.Y.C. political group, 47:8
Wood,
Abraham, Indian language scholar, 46:141
Capt. _______, captain of "Clinton," 3(3):9,10
James River boat captain, 46:85
Abraham, mem. House of Burgesses, 4(2):20-23; 10(3):41,46
Charles Francis, nurseryman, 45:138
E. Eager, printer, 26:12
Fernando, N.Y. mayor, 49:174
Franklin, mayor of Petersburg, 28:82
Henry, railroad president, 33:158
Henry Ward, nurseryman, 45:138
J., artist, "View of the Penitentiary," 48:80*
J.C., nephew of John S. Crockett, 11(2):8*
James, cartographer
map of Richmond (M), 35:162-164
James, governor, 6(1):14; 22(2):31-40,44; 15(3):30; 15(4):40
James, surveyor, 10(2):34; 16(3):45
Jean Moncure, w. of Gov. James, 29:12; 49:77*,81
John, engineer, 25:105
Joseph, artist
"Dolley Madison," 23(1):32*
Thomas, explorer, 4(2):22
Thomas, disliked pomp of 1878 governor’s inauguration, 50:173
Thomas Waterman, painter
“Market Woman,” 47:33*
Timothy Ward, nurseryman, 45:134,138
William Price, nurseryman, 45:138
Wood, T.W. & Sons, Richmond nursery, 45:134,138
Woodall, Mrs. Raymond, nurse's aide, 37:83*
Woodberry, George Edward, biographer of Poe, 24:160-162*
Woodbridge, George, Richmond minister, 46:120
Woodford, William, militia officer, 24:5-11*J; 25:92,94; 28:53,56*
Woodhouse,
Henry, planter, 10(2):26
Thomas, tavern keeper, 19(2):12
Thomas, Jamestown colonist, 45:173
Wooding, George, student, 9(4):31,33
Woodington, John, justice of the peace, 1(1):41
Woodis, Hunter, physician, 23(2):38
Woodland Cemetery, Richmond, 46:130
Woodlawn, home of Lewis family, 14(3):28,30,34,35*; 26:108* 51:54
Woodlawn National Cemetery, Confederate Memorial, 12(2):10,12*
Woodlawn Seminary, 19(2):40
Woodliffe (Woodlief), John, settler, 12(2):41
Woodman, Frank, Mountain Lake, 12(2):22
Woodridge, Beverly, worker in iron factory, 39:138
Woodruff, Seth, owner of Point of Honor, 18(3):33
Woodrow Birthplace Foundation, 6(2):47; 6(3):15-19
Woodrow Wilson General Hospital, Staunton Va., patients, 45:79*
Entertainers at hospital, Janet Leigh, Esther Williams, Al Jolson, Red Skelton, Gregory Peck, Melvyn Douglas, 45:82
Hosp. personnel at Ingleside resort hotel, 45:83*
Telephone operators at hosp., Aubrey Hopkins, Genevieve Menzie, _____ Harris, _____ Combs, Hazel Turner, 45:82*
Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center, 45:83
Woods,
David, Norton baseball player, 48:105j
John, bridge builder, 13(2):46,47
Micajah, attorney, 2(2):42,43; 25:21; 29:123
Woodson,
Billy, (Wm. Bozeman), Va. res., 46:142
Carter G., author, founder of Assoc. for the Study of Negro Life & History, 46:82
"Journal of Negro History"
Frederick, Jefferson, Va., trustee, 50:89
Samuel, debtor to T. Jefferson, 46:160
William Wirt, half bro. of Stonewall Jackson, 49:140
Woodstock, town, visits of Frank Buchser, 38:4-13
Woodstock Ranch, 9(1):38
Woodville,
James Littlepage, Fincastle Library Co., 49:36
Richard Caton, artist
"The card players," 39:100*
"Politics in an oysterhouse," 36:146*
"Waiting for the stage," 36:153*
"War news from Mexico," 34:144*
Woodward,
Anne D., Richmond, 50:120
Ellen, nat. head WPA women's div., 50:36
Grace Steele, author Pocahontas bio., 48:53,56,61
Harry Evans, auth.
John Douglas, painter
"Luray, Va.," 46:244
"They called them watering places," 13(1):21-27
Sue, Henrico Co., 14(20):43
Woodwon, George, quarry worker, 39:134,135
Woody,
J.J., glass worker, 10(3):28
Peter, Franklin Cty. slave, 50:47
Wooldridge,
A.S., pres. of mining co., 11(3):42,43
Abraham S., owner of spa, 18(3):13,14
Archibald, owner of spa, 18(3):13,14
Wooldridge's pits, 11(3):41,42
Woolfold,
John George, head, stagecoach co., 27:21-23
Jourdan, investor in steamboat co., 27:23-29
Robert Il, tavern and stagecoach co. owner, 27:21
Woolford, William, militia officer, 2(4):46
Wooster, David, Continental officer, 38:28
Wooten, Arthur, musician, 11(10):9
Wootton, James E., author
"Jefferson's Capitol and Capitol Square," an Edifice of First Rate Dignity, 51:16-23
Work relief, 33:13-19
Works Progress Administration photographs, 36:128-135
World Calendar Association proposed world calendar (D)l, 26:143
World War I, 1914-1918
armistice, 37:52-67
1st Va. Infantry Band of the Va. Volunteers,(Va. National Guard after 1916), 50:105
See also Va. National Guard.
112th Machine Gun Battalion, 50:106
115th Infantry Rgmt., Maryland, 50:106,109
116th Infantry Rgmt. Command post, France, 50:105,108,109,105*
58th Infantry Brigade, 50:106,109
clothing of women in uniform, 50:122*
French & American bandsmen in France, 50:102*,109
German raiders in Hampton Roads, 35:122-135
housing for workers, 16(4):41-45
National Guard 29th Infantry Div., 50:106,109-111
“The Official War Atlas of the 1st Division, AEF,” by Vince Brooks, 50:142,143
Base maps & overlays before conservation, D, 50:142*
WWI maps & overlays, Library of Va., 1949, 50:142
Tank warfare, 26:41-47*
World War II, 1941-1945
Army and Navy college training programs, 39:22-35*
Artists used for propaganda posters, 45:66
Dog tags, i.d.'s, 45:60
German submarines off Atlantic coast, 39:86-97*
Hampton Roads during, 37:174-186*
Library of Va., poster collection, 45:66-73
Medical facilities for wounded soldiers, 45:74-83
Museum of Modern Art, Poster Competition, 45:66
North African campaign, 45:76-78
Office of War Information 45:66
Postcards, 45:60*,61*
posters, 37:68-73*; 45:64*,66-73,66*,73*,76*,77*,81*,84*,94*, front and back covers*
prisoners of war, Italian, 39:182-191*
Purple Hearts, 45:76
Solid Fuels Admin. for War, 45:66
radio programs abroad as propaganda, 45:66
War Production Board, 45:66
wartime propaganda, 45:66-73
Woodrow Wilson General Hospital, 45:74-83,75*
World's Fair, New York, 1939, Virginia exhibit (M), 35:31-3j7*
Wormeley, Ralph, member of Council, 9(3):36,37; 16(1):10,11; 16(2):39; 30:7
Worrell, Anne, Va. Writers' Project worker, 46:227
Worret, Charles, artist
"Suffolk buildings and camp," 27:168,169*
Worsham,
Branch J., county clerk, 20(2):44
James, iron factory worker, 39:140
John F., mem. of militia, 32:7
John Gibson, Jr., auth.
"A place so lofty and secluded: Yellow Springs in Montgomery County, 27:30-41
John H., CSA soldier, 5(4):27; 34:104
Worsham, town, 20(2):44-46
Worth, Wm., USA Gen., Mexican War, 46:104-109,115
Woven bedcovers, 45:154,154*,155*
WPA Portable Murals Project, 46:196
WPA Virginia Writer's Project, 46:82,152,154,226-239
"The Negro in Virginia," 46:227,237
Federal Writers Project, 46:226-239
Historical Inventory Project, 46:227
Historic Records Survey, 46:227
Photographs of workers, 46:234*,235*
Photo of mountain children, 46:260*
Wildflower project, 50:26-39
Youth Studies and Life Histories, 46:227-239
"Virginia: A Guide to the Old Dominion"
Wray, John, militia officer, 22(1):31
Wren,
Ella, actress, 18:9
James, architect, 20(2):27; 27:90
Wright,
Augustus, power co. executive, 27:154,156*; 36:174
home of, 27:159*
David, Bedford Co., 21(1):8,9
Edith Stevenson, artist
"Abel Parker Upshur," 23(4):28*
Francis, mem. of court trying Nanziattico Indians, 33:171
Frank J., mem. House of Delegates, 2(4):35
George Frederick, artist
"Edward Coles," 23(1):378
Horatio G., capt. USN Engineer Corps., 50:73
Jack, naval botswain's mate, 39:90
James, Prince William Co., 28:41
Marcellus E., Richmond architect, 46:190,203; 49:7,8,10,14
Oscar Pendleton, architect, 49:14
Orville, aviation pioneer, 3(2):39-42
press accounts of first flight (D), 3(2):39
R. Lewis, auth.
"Edward Beyer and The Album of Virginia, 22(4):36-47
"James Warrell, artist and entrepreneur," 22(3):4-19
"John Mooney, artist," 30:118-123
"Medicine in the colonial capital," 8(2):4-6
"A portfolio fromk the Virginia sketchbook of Edith Clark Chadwick," 29:150-155
Richard, FWP writer, 46:234
Robert, Va. free black, 46:149
Stephen, magistrate, 36:150*
Stephen E., Dr., Lee Park habitat map, 50:31*
Wilbur, aviation pioneer. 3(2):39-42
press accounts of first flight (D), 3(2):39
Wright, Cox & Smith, architects, 49:14
Wriothesly, Henry, 3d earl of Southampton, 1(3):10*; 2(1):11; 20(1):7,8*
Wust, Klaus G., auth.
"Elder John Kline," 14(2):25-32
Wyatt,
Francis, governor, 3(2):15,16; 12(2):41; 28:115-117; 30:170; 45:169,171
The Commission of King Charles I appointing him as royal Governor of Va. 1639, (D), 50:169*
George, f. of Francis, 28:114
Howard, musician, 11(1):8,9
Thomas, author with E.A.Poe, "The Conchologist's First Book," 45:120*
Wyffin, Richard, Englishman saved by Pocahontas, 48:54
Wyeth, N.C., artist, 37:39,41,43
cover and illustrations from The little shepherd of Kingdom Come, 21(4):21,28
"Thomas J. Jackson," 36:192*
"Spring" Woodland Indians, 46:136*
"Winter" Woodland Indians, 46:136*
Wykeham-Martin, Fiennes Fairfax, owner of Fairfax portraits, 32:115
Wyld, Thomas, Jr., operator of ordinary, 16(2):18
Wylie, Misses, Augusta Co. paupers, 49:24
Wyndham,
Percy, Union officer, 13(2):40,42
William, writer
names and parts of musket (D), 22(2):41
Wynn, William W., CSA officer, gravestone, 8(1):41*
Wynne,
Minerva, w. of Thomas Hicks, 27:189
Thomas Hicks, state senator, 27:186,191*
design for Richmond seal (D), 27:191
grave pf. 27:189*
The narrative of Col. David Fanning, titlepage (D), 27:190
Irish pol., 47:43
Wysor, Eliz., V-E Day singer, 45:85
Wythe, George, attorney, 1(1):38,44-47; 3(1):35; 5(4):6*; 19(2):23*; 21(1):40,41*; 22(4):6,30,35*; 25:152*; 32:70; 37:148,148m,177,178*; 38:65; 50:5
creation of Virginia seal, 2(3):27,28*
home of, 22(4):33*; 29:154*
newspaper account of trial of Sweeney, accused of murder (D), 13(3):38*
order of procession at funeral (D), 13(3):39*
questions about death of, 13(3):33,39*
request for bookplate with coat of arms, 9(2):9
Webster description of, 1(3):41*
Wythe chariot, 3(1):33*
Wythe County (M), 1(1):34
Wythe Gazette, published by J. Ustick, 50:18
Wytheville, town, 9(1):15; 15(3):37*
Battle of, 1863, 1(1):133,135
Wytheville Dispatch, printed by D. St.Clair, 50:19-23,25,20*