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Catalog Number CC2013.8.8
Credit line Courtesy of Dorothy McMenamin Phillips
Collection Community Collection
Object Type Digital Gift
Description/Scope & Content Hand-written account, taken from a McMenamin family scrapbook (and probably written by Daisy McMenamin), describing the details of James McMenamin's early life, his marriage, a genealogy of his children (including their marriages), a history of McMenamin & Co. (and its management by Floyd Moore after McMenamin's death), a history of the early McMenamin home on Cary St. and the construction of the larger home on Hampton Roads, and the death, funeral (at St. Mary's Star of the Sea) and burial (at St. John's Church) of James McMenamin in 1901.
People McMenamin, James (I?)
McMenamin, Leila Hickman (Mrs. James McMenamin)
McMenamin, Mary
McMenamin, James (II?) ("Jim")
McMenamin, John
McMenamin, Marguerite ("Daisy")
McMenamin, Ann, Miss
Phillips, Dorothy Lelia ("Lolly") McMenamin
Schmelz, Henry Lane
Schmelz, Georgia Hickman ("Georgie", Mrs. George A. Schmelz)
Schmelz, George Anton
Schmelz, Martha ("Mattie") Hickman (Mrs. Henry Lane Schmelz)
Wood, Corneille Hickman
Hickman, Elliot
Hickman, Charles
Hickman, Mamie
Moore, Floyd William
Parramore, Angelina Hickman
Parramore, Thomas H., Sr. (Dr.)
Topics Businesses
Seafood Industry
Place Names District08--Downtown
Cemetery--St. John's Church
District09--Wythe
Site--Olde Wythe Historic District
Structure--St. Mary's Star of the Sea Catholic Church
Structure--McMenamin House (Second)
Site--McMenamin & Co. Crab Packing
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