e Huguenots who found asylum desultorily in Virginia before 1700, but the chief influx was in that year, when more than 500 came and settled, chiefly at Manakintown.
The virtue of this infusion is manifest in the names of Dupuy, Fontaine, Marye, Maury, Micou, Michaux, and others, quite concluding the alphabet with Venable and Youille, many of them being numerously represented among us.
Of the Scotch, but few immigrants before the union of Scotland with England, in 1707, may be identified.
r, founded a few years later by John D. Blair—the Parson Blair, of Richmond, of revered memory; the schools of Rev. Archibald Campbell and Thomas Martin (the latter of whom prepared James Madison for Princeton College) in Richmond county; of Rev. James Maury, in Orange (the preceptor of Jefferson and many eminent Virginians); of Donald Robertson, of King and Queen.
Virginia Schools, etc. I may add Rev. William Douglas, who taught in Goochland and Albemarle counties, and said to have been an ear
E. T. Woolfolk, Mrs. T. S. Jones, Mrs. Emily Morris.
Amelia county--Mr. T. A. Crenshaw.
Louisa county--Dr. W. J. Pendleton, Mrs. Ellen Harris, Miss L. Gibbs.
Hanover county--Mr. R. W. Thomasson, J. B. Barrick,--Gibson.
Powhatan--Mr. Isaac Spencer, Mrs. M. A. Elliott.
King William--Mrs. Mary Hawes, Mrs. Burruss, Mrs. L. A. Pullen, Captain Timberlake.
Lunenburg county--Mr. William Walton, through L. Waller.
Henrico county and Richmond city--Mr. D. H. London, James Kinnaird, Dr. J. G. Wayt, Neale McCurdy, R. C. Sutton, Mark Downey, Mrs. E. A. Smith, Mrs. George Turner, Mrs. James Maury, Mrs. Phillips, Sycamore Sewing Society, Young Men's Christian Association, Mrs. Richards, Mrs. Talley, Mrs. Mathews, Mrs. Duke, Mrs. C. McGruder, Mrs. Waddy, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Bagby, Mrs. R. W. McGruder, Mrs. J. P. Dickinson, Mrs. W. F. G. Garnett. Mrs. Garland Haynes, Mrs. B. Jones, Mrs. A. P. Fox, Mrs. Morton, Mrs. Hundley, Mrs. P. Johnston, Mrs. Roy.