Friday, November 2, 2007


from the Baltimore-Pritchett collection, subjects unknown

These six members were as follows: T. J. Randolph; W. C. N. Randolph, a prominent physician; N. H. Massie, bank president, business man, and later a law partner of Andrew J. Montague, the Democratic politician who became governor of Virginia; William Hotopp, a banker; W. W. Minor; and R. Harris, about whom the writer could find no information. For a list of these directors see Minutes, I, 4. and passim. The above information was gleaned from a study of local newspapers, except for Massie?s connection with Montague which came from an examination of the papers of J. Taylor Ellyson in Alderman Library, University of Virginia.--Harry Poindexter

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