Richard Cassius Lee Moncure (1851-1865; 1866-1869; 1870-1882)

Further reading:

“Proceedings in Memoriam of R.C. L. Moncure and Robert Ould,” Bar Association of the City of Richmond (1883).

“Congressman Moore’s Address,”The Virginia Law Register New Series, Vol. 10, No. 2 (Jun., 1924), pp. 97-101. Speech delivered at the presentation of Moncure’s portrait.

Research collections:

Library of Virginia (Personal Papers Collection)
Richmond, Va.
Joseph Christian Correspondence, 1859-1882; 1 microfilm reel (54 items; originals at the Huntington Library, San Marino, CA).
Represented in correspondence concerning cases pending before the Supreme Court of Appeals.

University of Virginia (Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library)
Charlottesville, Va.
Papers of the Janney and related Gilmour and Pollock Families; 1 item.
Letter, Richard C.L. Moncure to John Janney, June 23, 1851.
Moncure writes to Janney, a delegate to the Constitutional Convention of 1850, about establishing district courts, the independence of the judiciary, method of electing appellate judges, and “improvements needed in the jury trial in relation to the new constitution.”