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Randolph–Macon College

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  • Annie Louise Thomas (1913 - 2015)
    On this day Anne Friar Thomas went to be with the Lord and Savior. She waltzed across the human side of life to dance with her angels that have guided her throughout her life. Anne grew up in Cuero, g...
  • Dr. Joel Selman "Joe" Willis (1849 - 1886)
    Dr. Joe S. Willis was born in Barnesville, Georgia, October 6, 1849. When Joe was eight years of age his father, Dr. J. M. Willis, moved to Texas and located in Cass County. After the Civil War he mo...
  • John Cowper Granbery, Sr. (1829 - 1907)
    John Cowper Granbery, Sr. was a Methodist bishop. Second son of Richard Allen Granbery & Ann Leslie Granbery. In 1848, he graduated from Randolph-Macon College and became a traveling minister of t...
  • Julia Kathryn Garrett (1897 - 1988)
    Julia Kathryn Garrett, teacher and author, daughter of Sam and Lilli Garrett, was born on October 15, 1897, in Fort Worth, Texas. Her father worked as a railroad conductor for the Texas and Pacific Rai...
  • Robert Jefferson Wood (1905 - 1986)
    Robert Jefferson Wood (June 9, 1905 – July 8, 1986) was a United States Army four-star general who helped organize the creation of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) military organization ...


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.