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An extensive collection of business correspondence, financial papers, daybooks, legal papers, and account books, chiefly 1800-1850, of Col. Daniel Philippe , documenting his work as tanner and justice of the peace at Bedford County, Va. The collection also includes accounts, 1832-1857, of James .
Journal, 1801-1810, of James Bailey, leather goods dealer, Lexington, [Va.]
Account book, 1820-1821, of J. Baker, a lawyer who practiced in Berkeley County, W. Va., Morgan County, W. Va., and Jefferson County, W. Va.
Journal and ledger, 1817-1820, of & Forman, millers, Berkeley County, Va. [W. Va.] which contains grist mill accounts, 1817-1820, and includes a copy of the constitution, 1850, of the Debating Society and minutes of the meetings.
Invoice book, 1785-1796, of Henry , merchant, of , Va. [W. Va.] which includes an inventory of merchandise on hand, 15 May 1786.
Journal, 1794-1840, of Henry , merchant of Mecklenburg [Co., Va. ?] and of , , and Berkeley County [W.Va.]
Ledger of John Blair who was an iron founder and merchant in Grayson County, Va.
Chiefly business papers relating to his stores in Virginia and North Carolina; subjects include Whiskey Rebellion, banking, canals, embargo, War of 1812, shipping, 1772-1872, 16,070 items.
Ledger, 1748-1750, of a merchant in King and Queen County, Va., probably , which includes a list of household expenses. Cover is marked "Ledger A".
Ledger B of , merchant, of King and Queen County, Va.
Journal, 1750-1751, of a merchant in King and Queen County, Va., probably . Cover is marked "Journal to Ledger B."
Ledger, 1807-1814, of Anthony Buck, commission merchant, Fredericksburg, Va.
Martin Parks Burks was the deputy sheriff of Bedford County, Virginia. Chiefly accounts, receipts, and business letters of Martin P. Burks,1798-1866, including records while he was deputy sheriff of Bedford County, Virginia.
Ledgers, 1793-1799, of James Campbell, merchant, of Lexington, Va. One volume (MsV ) includes accounts with members of the Watt family which were paid for by weaving. There are also loose receipts and legal documents in the third volume (MsV ).
Account book, -1825, of Robert Campbell, a cooper, of , (Augusta County), VA.
Daybook, 1803-1805, of the Cloverdale Furnace Foundry ( County, Va.) and of an unidentified general merchandise dealer of Lexington, Va.
Ledger, 1815-1818, of Cooke & , merchants, [Stafford County], Va. which includes bonds, 1821-1824.
Ledger, 1786-1797, of Richard Corbin of Caroline County, Va. including farm accounts and records of slaves.
Account book, 1813-1818, of David Crawford, distiller, of Shenandoah County, Va.
Ledgers, 1799-1808 and 1805-1818, of Ellyson Currie, a lawyer in Lancaster County, Va. The ledger for 1799-1808 has a partial index.
Ledger, 1805-1809, of Davenport & Willett, merchants, of Berkeley County, Va. [W. Va.]
Ledger, 1823-1851, of Joseph Edie, physician, of Christiansburg, Montgomery County, Virginia.
Papers, 1790-1871, of the Edmonds family. Includes ledger, 1790- 1794, of John Edmonds, Sr. kept near Quantico and Dumfries, Prince William County, Va.; commission, 1809 February 23, of Elias Edmonds signed by Thomas Jefferson; letter, 1844 April 22, of John F. Edmonds, Macon County, Mo. to his father Elias Edmonds, Upperville, Va.; and diary, 1870-1871, of Joseph Addison Edmonds of Lexington, Mo. kept on a trip to Texas.
Daybooks and ledgers, 1821-1857, of Joseph Entler, merchant and barkeeper of , Jefferson County, W. Va.
Ledger, 1823, of William Fairbairn which includes a record of marches made with a [military troops] from Augusta County, Va. The volume also includes carpenter's accounts (recording coffins constructed) and farmers' and laborers' accounts.
Two ledgers, two journals and a daybook, 1802-1859, of Samuel B. Finley, merchant, of Lexington, Va. Ledger "B" (MsV Ame29) contains accounts concerning the estate of John Tate (Samuel Finley, executor); daybook (MsV Ame 31) contains an inventory , 1813, of goods put into partnership with William Shields and A. Shields and a manuscript arithmetic copybook, 1832; and ledger, 1842-1842 (MsV Ame33) contains notes, 1851-1867, concerning a fruit orchard.
Account book, 1792-1795, of William Flower, farmer.
Account books (ledger and cash book), 1825-1834, of Andrew Steele Fulton, Wythe County, Va. One volume includes recipes for English champagne and for current wine.
Account books, 1820-1833, of the mercantile firm of William , Sr. and William , Jr. (a distant relative) of Richmond, Virginia. The later account book contains numerous entries concerning John Allan, the foster father of Edgar Allan Poe as well as entries concerning James and "Point of Fork," Fluvanna County, Virginia.
Manuscript volume from the Family Papers I, Mss. 78 G13 (MSV 175) Galt-Pasteur Apothecary 1770-1780 NOTE: page 59 contains account for Patrick Henry; pages 145, 146, 147, and 151 are missing.
Ledger, 1802-1859, of William Inskeep, merchant and farmer.
Ledgers, 1811-1826, of Elisha Jackson, merchant, of Louisa County, Va.
Business accounts, 1816-1844, of Lane and Broome Company (after 1824, John M. Broome and Company), Winchester, Va. with accounts payable and receivable. Includes some letters from wholesale and commission merchants in Baltimore, Md.
Ledger, 1769-1774, of Virginia account of John Morton Jordan & Co., London [Eng.] and of Perkins, Buchanan & Brown, London [Eng.], 1771-1774, including the certification, 26 July 1774, which bears seal, of these accounts before the Lord Mayor of London. An entry for Thomas Jefferson is on page 13.
Ledgers, 1808-1821, of Amos Johnson, merchant, of Fauquier County, Va. Ledger "b", 1808, also contains loose papers, receipts, and letters, 1859- 1861, belonging to Richard N. Johnson.'
Ledger, 1767-1845, of Catesby Jones, of "Marlfield," Gloucester County, Va. Includes information on Robert Yates, a student at the College of William and Mary in 1827.
Ledger, 1808-1837, of Andrew Kincannon, merchant, of Wythe County, Va.
Account book, 1803-1806, with loose papers, 1839-1861, belonging to Gideon King and to Gideon King Stanley.
Journal, 1818-1821, of Thomas G. Kirby, merchant, of Warrenton, Fauquier County, Va.
Letter copybook, 1798-1799, of Thomas Ladd, tobacco merchant of Richmond, Va. Later, the volume was used as a scrapbook for newspaper clippings, 1841-1862, by Alice Starke.
Ledger, 1813-1826, of John Cyrus Letcher, leather craftsman of Lexington, Va.
Record, 1818-1819, of newspaper subscriptions including The Lexington (Va.) Newsletter and Western Virginia Telegraph, and The Staunton (Va.) Republic. The volume was also used as a ledger, 1818-1825, by an unidentified merchant, Lexington, Va.
Account book, 1816-1875, of Jonah H. Lupton, merchant and farmer. Included in the volume are notes on livestock, home remedies, and the birth of children. Also included are Civil War notes, 1861-1862, concerning feeding the troops, the Union occupation of Winchester on 12 March 1862, and Jackson and his men.
Fee book, 1800-1818, of William Mann, Marshall [U. S. District Court] of Virginia, listing fees for serving legal papers. The volumes also includes account, 1814-1815, with laborers, a list, 1821, of bonds due to Mann, and notes, 1877, concerning the Gresham family.
Account book, 1802-1850, of John M. Martin, lawyer and merchants, of [Albemarle County ?] Va. which includes an account with the University of Virginia. Includes an index.
Account book, 1818-1855, of Noah Martz, blacksmith, of Rockingham County, Va.
Ledger kept by the law firm of Boyd Miller and Archibald Robertson Lynchburg, Va. Contains legal work for various individuals of Lynchburg, Va. and other areas. Included are approximately 14 entries relating to Thomas Jefferson.
Insurance policies for real estate and cargo owned by Samuel Myers of Richmond, Va. and his estate. Some were issued by the Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia. Some were issued to Gustavus A. Myers, the executor of Samuel Myers. Other names in the collection are [?] Bell, Dr. John Cullen, Peter Joseph Chevallie, [?] Higginson, A. R. Holiday, John Leslie (executor and trustee for Robert Craig), Joseph Marx, Thomas Massie, Henry Myers, H. P. Poindexter, John Richard, Thomas Rutherfoord, A. L. Warner, James Whitlock and Richard H. Whitlock (executors for Charles Whitlock). Photograph of 1816 Hebrew Cemetery, Shockoe section of Richmond, Virginia, where Samuel and Louisa Myers are buried, added to collection.
Account books, 1815-1860, of the New Shenandoah Company, Port Republic, Rockingham County, Va. which was organized to open the Shenandoah River and its branches to navigation. Includes loose papers and some correspondence concerning David Stickley and Daniel Stickley.
Minute books, 1815-1857, of the New Shenandoah Company, Port Republic, Rockingham Co., Va. The company was organized to open the Shenandoah River and its branches to navigation. Includes a printed copy of the company's charter, and a letter, 16 March 1856, from a stockholder.
Journal, 1813-1829, of Opequon Factory, a grist mill (Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, Va. ] [W. Va.] belonging to the John Clark estate and operated by Benjamin Davenport. It includes accounts with Bushrod Washington, and the estates of John Davenport, and Adrian Davenport.
Letter copybook, 1804-1806, of James Patton, planter, commission merchant, and shipowner, Alexandria, Va.
Kept by a merchant [of Rockingham County, Va. ?]. Mentions laborers at work, Shenandoah River Company stock and the hire of slaves.
Account book, 1818-1827, of James Pickett concerning a bar.
Account book, 1792-1824, of Robert Piper, carpenter.
Accounts, 1790-1791, of Pollard & Martin, merchants, of Amherst County, Va. which also includes a ledger, 1785-1790, of an unidentified merchant.
Lists hours worked for men engaged in construction of locks at Little Falls on the Potomac River [later incorporated into the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal.] Also used as a commonplace book by [Sarah Emily Plummer ?].
Account book, 1787-1837, of Andrew Reid, farmer and landowner of Rockbridge County, Va. The last several years of the book were kept by an unidentified individual. 124 p. : bound volume ; 46 cm.
Papers, 1812-1915, of the Riddle family of Chambersburg, Pa., Baltimore, Md., and Charlestown, W. Va. Chiefly the correspondence and accounts of Horace R. Riddle, banker of Baltimore, Md. and Charles Town, W. Va. who was the agent for the receiver of the Bank of the Valley in Virginia. Collection also includes a farm account book, 1812-1832, of James Riddle of Chambersburg; and plans and specifications for re-modeling a house in Charles Town.
Ledger, 1822-1848, of Adam Rinica and George Rinica, Marksville, Page County, Va.
Journals, 1803-1804, of Henry Robinson, merchant and mill owner, [Brunswick Mills, Va.?] which contains accounts of a grist mill, foundry, saw mill, and a general store. Per 1810 census, many names from the Botetourt County area of Virginia.
Ledger of Jacob Rush, tanner, of Rockingham County, Virginia, 1825-1864. 137 double pages. 12 3/4 x 8 1/2. Note: The book also contains rough drafts of several legal papers.
Account book of Spring Forge Iron Works, possibly in Rockbridge County, Virginia.
Mss. Acc. 1996.41 William Sterrett Papers, 1799-1868
Business papers of Sterrett who was a lawyer, real estate agent and county clerk of Mason County, Virginia (now West Virginia) includes letters, accounts, deeds, promissory notes, legal records, wills and other business records. Most of the letters are from Colin Auld of Alexandria, Va. Note: Correspondents include James Hall of Harrisonburg Va., John A. Marmaduke of Hillsborough and Shepherdstown, West Virginia, George W. Peter, John P. C. Peter, Thomas Peter of Georgetown, D. C., John Roberts of Alexandria, Va. and James Swan and Jonathan Swan of Baltimore, Md., Robert Swan of Cumberland, Md. and Robert Worthington of Charlestown, Va. (now West Virginia.). Subjects covered by the papers include internal improvements, land speculation, runaway slaves, Board of Public Works, contracts for the construction of log cabins and for the clearing of brush, court case against James White Brackenridge. One document concerns Lawrence Washington.
Letter copybook, 1810-1813, of W. S. Stone, commission merchant and shipowner, of Fredericksburg, Va.
Account books, 1788-1831, kept by Stuart who was a lawyer in Staunton, Va. Accounts concern his law practice, personal finances, and include accounts concerning the building of his house.
Journal, 1805-1806, of Robert Swan and [Daniel C.] Brent, Richmond Mill [Stafford County, Va.] 90 p. : bound volume ; 41 cm.
Journals, 1804-1806, and 1817, of Robert Swan and Daniel C. Brent, Richland Mill, [Stafford County, Va.] which contains grist mill and general store accounts.
Invoice and receipt book, 1825-1831, of Robert Barraud Taylor, of Norfolk, Va. The receipts are tipped in.
Logbooks, account books and accounts, 1807-1841, of Christopher Tompkins kept while captain of ship "Pocahontas", 1807-1809, and while running a general merchandise store in Mathews Co., Va. Includes typed excerpts from a memoir of Tompkins compiled by his son, Christopher Quarles Tompkins in 1860 and twenty-one pages from an account book listing foodstuffs of A. Y. P. Garnett, surgeon in Sally Tompkins' Confederate hospital, Robertson Hospital, in Richmond, Virginia during the Civil War.
Register, 1825-1833, of the Traders Insurance Company, Wheeling, Va. [W. Va.], Knox & M'Kee, agents, containing records of policies sold on dwelling houses, on business establishments, and on merchandise shipped on keelboats and steamboats.
Account books of "Traveller's Rest", a tavern in Louisa Co., Va. Lists individuals, lodging, food and drink, as well as feed for horses.
Ledger, 1799-1812, of an unidentified distiller, of Albermarle County, Va. Includes ledger, 1779-1786, of an unidentified merchant who had an account with Thomas Jefferson.
Journals, 1803-1804, of an unidentified furnace (C. Furnace).
Account book, 1804-1807, of an unidentified person concerning selling liquor to Shadrach Battles and William Watts.
Account book, 1801-1803, which is a ledger and journal of an unidentified merchant at Charles Town, Virginia [W. Va.]
Account book, 1799, of merchant Elias Edmonds, Jr. of Kilmarnock, Virginia.
1799-1809 account book of a school in Frederick County. 1828-1879 unidentified account book of a store. 1794-1802 ledger and account book including English business houses and many prominent Americans, such as James Madison.
Journal, 1801-1802, of an unidentified merchant.
Journal, 1819, of an unidentified merchant at Krings Mills [Augusta County, Va.] which was used as a scrapbook for newspaper clippings of poetry. Per 1810 census, many names are from Rockingham County, Va. Some newspaper clippings are from the 1860's.
Ledger, 1815, of an unidentified merchant.
Ledger, 1819-1837, of an unidentified merchant, including notes concerning the birth of a black child and the purchase of slaves.
Ledger, 1802-1803, of an unidentified merchant.
Receipt book, 1825-1854, of incoming cargo, containing the name of the captain, the name of the vessel, amounts and costs and also including loose bills of lading for goods shipped from Tappahannock, Va. to Baltimore, Md.
Account book, 1824-1836, of an unidentified person which includes records of stocks and an account with the Bank of the United States, Richmond, Va. Includes stock entries for the James River Company, Moses M. Myers and others.
Account book, 1804-1824, of an unidentified person of [Augusta County, Va. ?]
Checkbook, 1803-1804, of an unidentified person in account with the Bank of Alexandria, Va.
Ledger, 1801-1808, of an unidentified person of [Augusta Co., Va. ?] which includes liquor and brickmason accounts.
Three ledgers and an account book, 1805-1826, of an unidentified physician who practiced in the vicinity of Gloucester County, Va., Mathews County, Va., and King and Queen County, Va.
Records, 1814-1815, of David Crawford, [U. S.] deputy collector of revenue in Shenandoah County, Va. for the eighth collection district of Virginia. The volume includes abstracts of duties on licences granted for distilleries; duties on retailers of wine, liquors and foreign merchandise; duties on sales at auction; and duties on carriages.
Register, 1819-1832, of accounts of mail sent from the post office at Jackson, Louisa County, Va.
Account book, 1803-1833, of Benjamin Waller, Spotsylvania County, Va., which includes the account of his estate administered by Benjamin Waller, Jr; the account of the estate of William E. Waller with Benjamin Waller and Richmond L. Waller, executors; genealogical data on the Waller family; and farm memoranda.
Account book, 1790-1806, of Adolphus Weir, blacksmith, of Lexington, Va.
Account book, 1801-1822, of James Weir, blacksmith, of Lexington, Va.
Papers of the Woolfolk family of Caroline County, Virginia including correspondence and accounts of John George Woolfolk, Jourdan Woolfolk, Pichegru Woolfolk and John William Woolfolk. The collection includes correspondence, accounts and vouchers for the stage line run by the Woolfolk family (Allen & Woolfolk; Jourdan Woolfolk & Company; and Woolfolk & Hoomes). Includes records of routes, rates, supplies, arrangements for layover of passengers and mail contracts of the Potomac Steamboat and Stage Company as well as papers concerning stock purchases in the Richmond, Fredericksburg, and Potomac Railroad. Also includes bound account books for the stage lines. Note: Includes letters written by James Lyons, Timothy Pickering, Robert Ryland and Benjamin Waller; letters of and accounts concerning members of the Maury family; and lists, 1829 and 1837, of vaccinated slaves. Lot 2 consists of about 6000 pieces of papers of the WoolfolkFamily of Caroline County, Virginia, dated 1793-1876. There are financial records relating to the stage line and mail service, records relating to agricultural business, correspondence, insurance records, military records, records relating to the erection of Antioch Baptist Church, and copies of newspapers.
Peter Winston's Estate Account book. He died October 17, 1784. He lived at "Half Sink" on the Chickahominy River in Henrico Co, VA.
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