h him and Mr. Stevenson, and intimate with their sons.
My last Essex county teacher, James M. Garnett, was a member of its bar.
Judge Brockenbrough married Judith White, daughter of John and Judith White.
One of their sons, John White Brockenbrough, married Miss Mary C. Bowyer, and became distinguished as judge of the United Judith White.
One of their sons, John White Brockenbrough, married Miss Mary C. Bowyer, and became distinguished as judge of the United States Court for the Western district of Virginia; as founder and head of his own law school at Lexington, and afterwards as Professor in the Law School of Washington and Lee University.
He followed the example of his father by publishing a volume of Federal Decisions.
He was also a member of the Confederate Congress.
A sketn 2 Virginia Law Register, 157.
One of their daughters, Mary, married Hon. Willoughby Newton, and was mother of Bishop John Brockenbrough Newton.
Another, Judith White, married the Rev. John P. McGuire, so long and so favorably known as an Episcopal clergyman, so highly esteemed for his faitful ministrations, and so beloved b