Recent Contributions

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Recent Contributions


Received September 8, 2012, through March 7, 2013

Space prohibits listing all the donors who have supported the society. The following list consists of recent gifts, grants, new pledges, and bequests valued at $150 or more received September 8, 2012, through March 7, 2013. Subsequent gifts will be acknowledged in the Fall 2013 issue of History Notes. If your name is not listed, it may be because: We made a mistake/You asked that your gift be anonymous/Your gift was recorded before or after the dates stated above. Every effort is given to ensure the accuracy of this contributions list. If we have overlooked your name or made an error, please accept our apologies and advise Matthew Weber, Donor Services Officer, at 804.342.9658.

Virginia Historical Society staff members and volunteer guild members are indicated in italics. Funds of The Community Foundation Serving Richmond and Central Virginia are denoted with a (*).

NEW AND RECENTLY RENEWED MEMBERS OF THE COUNCILS

FOUNDERS

H. Furlong Baldwin * Jane and Austin Brockenbrough III Fund * * Lissy and Stewart Bryan * Camp-Younts Foundation * Mr. and Mrs. Conrad M. Hall * Dr. John R. Nelson * Shelton H. Short, Jr. Trust * Weinstein Properties

JOHN MARSHALL COUNCIL

Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Byrd III * Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. Caton * Mr. and Mrs. Floyd D. Gottwald, Jr. * Mildred H. Grinstead * Ruth Camp Campbell Foundation * Scottie and Tom Slater * Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Taylor * Jane and Blair Wimbush

JAMES MADISON COUNCIL

Elizabeth and Tom Allen * Dr. Edward L. Ayers * Hon. Gerald L. and Mrs. Robin D. Baliles * Merrill and Paul Barringer * Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph H. Bunzl * Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Cabaniss III * The Chrisman Family Foundation * Harry Frazier III Family * * Ellie and Mark Gottwald * Helen I. Graham Charitable Foundation * Barbara H. Grant * Mr. and Mrs. Brenton S. Halsey * Mr. and Mrs. H. Hiter Harris III * Emily S. and Coleman A. Hunter Charitable Trust * Mrs. Robert D. Kilpatrick * Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Kyle * Mr. and Mrs. Frank Louthan, Jr. * Sarah H. McWilliams * Mrs. Fred G. Pollard * Paul H. Pusey Foundation * Helen and Taylor Reveley * Snead Family Foundation * The Society of the Cincinnati in the State of Virginia * Barbara J. Thalhimer & William B. Thalhimer, Jr. Fund * * Universal Leaf Foundation * Mr. and Mrs. Edward Villanueva, in memory of Carol and Joe Keenan * Mr. and Mrs. Hays T. Watkins * G. Michael Wildasin * Anne R. Worrell

BATTLE ABBEY COUNCIL SENIOR FELLOWS

Ann S. and James P. Belk * Dr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Claiborne, Jr. * Maureen and Ben Field * Mr. and Mrs. William H. Goodwin, Jr. * Margaret and John Gottwald * Martha Mabel Moore Charitable Trust * Beth P. and Robert L. Musick * NewMarket Corporation * C. D. L. and M. T. B. Perkins Fund * * Dr. and Mrs. James T. Rhodes * Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Virginia * Page H. and Bobbie Lee Sutherland * Kathryn Gillespie Thurman

BATTLE ABBEY COUNCIL FELLOWS

Mr. and Mrs. A. Marshall Acuff, Jr. * Mr. and Mrs. George F. Albright, Jr. * Mrs. George E. Allen, Jr. * Dr. and Mrs. Burness F. Ansell, Jr. * Elizabeth E. Askew * Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Beadles * Roberta B. Bocock * Margaret and Al Broaddus * Mr. and Mrs. Macon F. Brock, Jr. * Carrington and Trigg Brown * C. Austin Buck * Buford Family Fund * * Robert L. Burrus, Jr. * Charles L. Cabell * Mrs. Paul D. Camp III * Mr. and Mrs. Richard Alexander Carrington III * Elisabeth Reed Carter Family Fund * * Cateraide * Chesapeake Corporation Foundation Fund * * Thomas H. Claiborne * Communication Design, Inc. * Edward M. Cunningham * Mr. and Mrs. John R. Curtis, Jr. * Cutchins Family Fund * * Daughters of Colonial Wars in the Commonwealth of Virginia * Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. L. deButts, Jr. * Betty Ann Dillon * Eleanor L. Douthat * E. A. Holsten, Inc. * Evonik Goldschmidt Corporation * Anne Garland and Thomas Farrell * Mr. and Mrs. W. Heywood Fralin * Hon. and Mrs. William H. …

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