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Papers of Eliza Jaquelin Ambler Carrington [manuscript] 1780-1832.

Carrington, Eliza Jaquelin Ambler; Marshall, John
Format
Manuscript/Archive
Language
English
Summary
The papers consist chiefly of letters Eliza Jaquelin Carrington to her youngest sister, Ann Fisher, 1796-1825. There are also letters from her to Mildred Dudley and Francis Cairnes.
Topics include family life; growing up in Yorktown, Va.; Revolutionary War experiences; flight to Charlottesville to escape the British; the destruction of Yorktown; John Marshall; Lewis Warrington, the illegitimate son of Rochambeau's son whose mother was a member of the family; travel in Virginia; and a visit to Mount Vernon.
In addition the collection contains a letter, 1815 May 1, J.A.B. Fisher to his mother regarding his becoming a minister; and a eulogy, 1832 December, by John Marshall for his wife.
Description
25 items.
Cite as
Elizabeth Jaquelin Carrington, Papers, Accession #6732, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.
Reproduction Notes
Typewritten transcriptions.
Location of Original
Originals privately owned.
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    a| The papers consist chiefly of letters Eliza Jaquelin Carrington to her youngest sister, Ann Fisher, 1796-1825. There are also letters from her to Mildred Dudley and Francis Cairnes.
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    a| Topics include family life; growing up in Yorktown, Va.; Revolutionary War experiences; flight to Charlottesville to escape the British; the destruction of Yorktown; John Marshall; Lewis Warrington, the illegitimate son of Rochambeau's son whose mother was a member of the family; travel in Virginia; and a visit to Mount Vernon.
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    a| In addition the collection contains a letter, 1815 May 1, J.A.B. Fisher to his mother regarding his becoming a minister; and a eulogy, 1832 December, by John Marshall for his wife.
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    a| Elizabeth Jaquelin Carrington, Papers, Accession #6732, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.
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    a| Typewritten transcriptions.
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    a| Originals privately owned.
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    a| Ambler, Edward.
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    a| Ambler family.
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    a| Marshall, John, d| 1755-1835.
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    a| Rochambeau, Donatien Marie Joseph de Vimeur, c| Vicomte de, d| 1755-1813.
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    a| Warrington, L. q| (Lewis), d| 1782-1851.
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    a| Unmarried mothers x| History y| 18th century.
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    a| Mount Vernon (Va. : Estate)
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    a| United States x| History y| Revolution, 1775-1783 v| Personal narratives.
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    a| Winchester (Va.) x| Description and travel.
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    a| Cairnes, Frances, e| recipient.
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    a| Dudley, Mildred, e| recipient.
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    a| Fisher, Ann Ambler, d| fl. 1796-1823, e| recipient.
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    a| Fisher, J. A. B., e| correspondent.
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    a| Marshall, John, d| 1755-1835.
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