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Randolph–Macon College

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  • Lt. Col. (CSA), John Henry Guy (1831 - 1890)
    Born in Louisa County, Virginia, to Samuel Atwell Guy and Amanda M. Guy . He moved with his family to Goochland County, Virginia, where they lived at "Contention." Graduated from Randolph-Macon College...
  • Landon C. Garland, of Vanderbilt University (1810 - 1895)
    First Chancellor of Vanderbilt University serving from 1875-93 and Chancellor Emeritus 1894. Landon Cabell Garland graduated with first honors from Hampdon Sidney College in 1829. He taught chemist...
  • Rep./Lt. Joseph Chappell Hutchenson, CSA (1842 - 1924)
    Joseph Chappell Hutcheson, Sr., was a Texas politician and a Democratic member of the Texas House of Representatives and the United States House of Representatives. Hutcheson was born near Boydton, V...
  • Lt. Col. (CSA), James Read Branch (1828 - 1869)
    James Read Branch was a Confederate artillery officer and banker who helped reestablish Richmond's struggling economy after the American Civil War (1861–1865). Branch fought in the battles of Malvern...
  • George Preston Marshall (1896 - 1969)
    George Preston Marshall (1896–1969) was the owner and president of the Washington Redskins of the National Football League (NFL) from 1932 until his death in 1969. Contributions Marshall was born...

Randolph–Macon College is a private, co-educational liberal arts college located in Ashland, Virginia, United States, near the capital city of Richmond. Founded in 1830, the school has an enrollment of more than 1,300 students. The college offers bachelor's degrees in 38 major disciplines in the liberal arts, including political science, business, psychology, biology, international studies, and computer science, as well as 34 minors, including education.[6] Randolph–Macon College is a member of the Annapolis Group of colleges in the United States, as well as the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges.