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== The College of William and Mary During the War ==
 
== The College of William and Mary During the War ==
Classes at the [[College of William and Mary]] were suspended when the British army invaded Virginia in January 1781. Classes resumed in the Fall of 1782.
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Classes at [[William & Mary]] were suspended when the British army invaded Virginia in January 1781. Classes resumed in the Fall of 1782.
  
 
Several [[students]] who attended the [[Indian School]] fought in the Revolutionary War.
 
Several [[students]] who attended the [[Indian School]] fought in the Revolutionary War.
  
===Students and Faculty Who Fought in the Revolutionary War==
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===Soldiers in Revolutionary War with Ties to the College of William and Mary===
*Faculty
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*President James Madison, Williamsburg, Virginia, Captain
**President James Madison, Williamsburg, Virginia, Captain
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*[[Granville Smith]], Hanover County, Virginia, First Lieutenant
*Students
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*[[William Nelson, Jr.]], York County, Virginia, Second Lieutenant
**[[Granville Smith]], Hanover County, Virginia, First Lieutenant
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*Daniel Fitzhugh, King George County, Virginia, Ensign
**William Nelson, Jr., York County, Virginia, Second Lieutenant
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*John Heath, Northumberland County, Virginia
**Daniel Fitzhugh, King George County, Virginia, Ensign
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*Thomas Smith, Gloucester County, Virginia
**John Heath, Northumberland County, Virginia
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*Richard Booker, Amelia County, Virginia
**Thomas Smith, Gloucester County, Virginia
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*Armistead Smith, Gloucester County, Virginia
**Richard Booker, Amelia County, Virginia
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*John Jones, Dinwiddie County, Virginia
**Armistead Smith, Gloucester County, Virginia
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*John Stuart, King George County, Virginia
**John Jones, Dinwiddie County, Virginia
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*Theodorick Fitzhugh, King George, Virginia
**John Stuart, King George County, Virginia
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*Isaac Hite, Frederick County, Virginia
**Theodorick Fitzhugh, King George, Virginia
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*[[William Short (1759-1849)]], Surry County, Virginia
**Isaac Hite, Frederick County, Virginia
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*John Morrison, Prince George, Virginia
**[[William Short (1759-1849)]], Surry County, Virginia
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*George Braxton, King and Queen County, Virginia
**John Morrison, Prince George, Virginia
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*Henry Hill, King and Queen County, Virginia
**George Braxton, King and Queen County, Virginia
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*John White, King William County, Virginia
**Henry Hill, King and Queen County, Virginia
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*Thomas Hall, Louisa County, Virginia
**John White, King William County, Virginia
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*John Page, Gloucester County, Virginia
**Thomas Hall, Louisa County, Virginia
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*Booth Armistead, Elizabeth City County, Virginia
**John Page, Gloucester County, Virginia
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*John Briggs, Sussex County, Virginia
**Booth Armistead, Elizabeth City County, Virginia
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*Mann Page, Gloucester County, Virginia
**John Briggs, Sussex County, Virginia
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*James Ramsey, Norfolk County, Virginia
**Mann Page, Gloucester County, Virginia
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*Johnson Tabb, Elizabeth City County, Virginia
**James Ramsey, Norfolk County, Virginia
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*Carter Braxton, Jr. King and Queen County, Virginia
**Johnson Tabb, Elizabeth City County, Virginia
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*Corbin Braxton, King and Queen County, Virginia
**Carter Braxton, Jr. King and Queen County, Virginia
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*Mordecai Gregory Cooke, Gloucester County, Virginia
**Corbin Braxton, King and Queen County, Virginia
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*Henry Nicholson, York County, Virginia
**Mordecai Gregory Cooke, Gloucester County, Virginia
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*Several [[students]] who attended the [[Indian School]] fought in the Revolutionary War.
**Henry Nicholson, York County, Virginia
 
**Several [[students]] who attended the [[Indian School]] fought in the Revolutionary War.
 
**And others unknown
 
  
 
==Material in the Special Collections Research Center==
 
==Material in the Special Collections Research Center==

Latest revision as of 16:41, 9 September 2019


The College of William and Mary During the War

Classes at William & Mary were suspended when the British army invaded Virginia in January 1781. Classes resumed in the Fall of 1782.

Several students who attended the Indian School fought in the Revolutionary War.

Soldiers in Revolutionary War with Ties to the College of William and Mary

  • President James Madison, Williamsburg, Virginia, Captain
  • Granville Smith, Hanover County, Virginia, First Lieutenant
  • William Nelson, Jr., York County, Virginia, Second Lieutenant
  • Daniel Fitzhugh, King George County, Virginia, Ensign
  • John Heath, Northumberland County, Virginia
  • Thomas Smith, Gloucester County, Virginia
  • Richard Booker, Amelia County, Virginia
  • Armistead Smith, Gloucester County, Virginia
  • John Jones, Dinwiddie County, Virginia
  • John Stuart, King George County, Virginia
  • Theodorick Fitzhugh, King George, Virginia
  • Isaac Hite, Frederick County, Virginia
  • William Short (1759-1849), Surry County, Virginia
  • John Morrison, Prince George, Virginia
  • George Braxton, King and Queen County, Virginia
  • Henry Hill, King and Queen County, Virginia
  • John White, King William County, Virginia
  • Thomas Hall, Louisa County, Virginia
  • John Page, Gloucester County, Virginia
  • Booth Armistead, Elizabeth City County, Virginia
  • John Briggs, Sussex County, Virginia
  • Mann Page, Gloucester County, Virginia
  • James Ramsey, Norfolk County, Virginia
  • Johnson Tabb, Elizabeth City County, Virginia
  • Carter Braxton, Jr. King and Queen County, Virginia
  • Corbin Braxton, King and Queen County, Virginia
  • Mordecai Gregory Cooke, Gloucester County, Virginia
  • Henry Nicholson, York County, Virginia
  • Several students who attended the Indian School fought in the Revolutionary War.

Material in the Special Collections Research Center

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