----, ALBERT
    by J Munro


Albert, adult male (last name unknown) is mentioned in the February 2, 1831 Faculty Minutes. A servant of Mrs. Sarah Carter Gray (P43865), he is mentioned in a Faculty Minutes report of the conditions of the hotels (Mrs. Gray at the time being the hotelkeeper for Hotel E (PL8436). 

He was also mentioned in a March 30, 1831 Chairman's Journal entry: "Servants gambling. Servant, named Thornton (P44757), who was whipped for theft, and turned away from the University, last session, was found by the Janitor, playing cards with Mrs. Gray's (P43865servant Albert (P46978), and Mr. Brockenbrough’s (P43627) man Trimpson (P47794). This affair was referred to the Proctor and Asst. Proctor." 



1. References to the Individual in the JUEL Digitized Transcripts

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Faculty Minutes, Session 7 (February 2, 1831) 

Chairman's Journals, March 30, 1831, Session 7a


2. Library Call Numbers/Bibliographic Records

Journals of the Chairman of the Faculty [Manuscript], 1827-1864. University of Virginia Library. Call Number: RG-19/1/2.041


Minutes of the General Faculty, February 2, 1831. Volume 3. University of Virginia Library. Call Number: RG-19/1/2.041 v.1-4, Box 1



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