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A Virginia gentleman and his family

by Nathalie Robinson Boyer
Boyer, Nathalie Robinson (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania : N.R. Boyer, c1939
200 p., [18] leaves of plates : ports.

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Includes Biddle, Boyer, Chauncey, Moncure, Randolph and related families.

"This limited edition consists of 300 numbered copies ... no. 197"-- P. [3].

History of Moncure Robinson, 1802-1891, and his family.

John Robinson married Agnes Conway Moncure in 1801, and settled at Poplar Vale on the outskirts of Richmond, Virginia. Agnes was a direct descendant of John Moncure (1709/1710-1764), who immigrated from England to Stafford County, Virginian in 1733. Moncure Robinson (1802-1891) was a son of John and Agnes, born in Richmond. He married Charlotte Taylor in 1835, and the last of their eleven children was the author.

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