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     MANUSCRIPTS and ARCHIVAL MATERIAL

Box 3

 Container

Contains 108 Results:

Maria Page to [Wilson Cary Nicholas?], requests that the recipient, who was an old friend, help her second son, Robert Page, to secure a military commission. He was a former student of medicine who had been called out for militia duty last summer in Alexandria., 1815 February 01

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 2
Scope and Content From the Collection:

This collection consists of the papers of the Randolph Family of Edgehill, (commonly called the Edgehill-Randolph Papers) and the Wilson Cary Nicholas papers, ca. 787 items (6 Hollinger boxes, 2.5 linear shelf feet), ca. 1765-1869, and undated.

Dates: 1815 February 01

George Hairston to Charles Johnston, informs him that the first court held in Henry County was on Monday, January 20, 1777. The session resulting in the division of the county begin in October 1776., 1815 April 11

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 4
Scope and Content From the Collection:

This collection consists of the papers of the Randolph Family of Edgehill, (commonly called the Edgehill-Randolph Papers) and the Wilson Cary Nicholas papers, ca. 787 items (6 Hollinger boxes, 2.5 linear shelf feet), ca. 1765-1869, and undated.

Dates: 1815 April 11

S[amuel] Smith to Wilson Cary Nicholas, discusses financial information concerning George Nicholas's estate, Owings' debt, and Wilson Nicholas's involvement. Suggests that Owings has paid his debt in full and is now being taken advantage of. Advises Wilson Nicholas to settle and close his concerns with George Nicholas's estate., 1815 March 29

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 5
Scope and Content From the Collection:

This collection consists of the papers of the Randolph Family of Edgehill, (commonly called the Edgehill-Randolph Papers) and the Wilson Cary Nicholas papers, ca. 787 items (6 Hollinger boxes, 2.5 linear shelf feet), ca. 1765-1869, and undated.

Dates: 1815 March 29

Ch[arles] Johnston to Wilson Cary Nicholas, provides a response to Nicholas's request for information concerning "certain persons who claimed Lands for military service rendered during the Revolutionary war." Only one of the parties is recollected, "Mr. Reynolds, who it is remembered, served as an officer in the army.", 1815 April 29

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 7
Scope and Content From the Collection:

This collection consists of the papers of the Randolph Family of Edgehill, (commonly called the Edgehill-Randolph Papers) and the Wilson Cary Nicholas papers, ca. 787 items (6 Hollinger boxes, 2.5 linear shelf feet), ca. 1765-1869, and undated.

Dates: 1815 April 29

Spencer Roane to Elizabeth Roane, briefly informs of travels on rough roads and under tight time pressures., 1815 August 25

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 8
Scope and Content From the Collection:

This collection consists of the papers of the Randolph Family of Edgehill, (commonly called the Edgehill-Randolph Papers) and the Wilson Cary Nicholas papers, ca. 787 items (6 Hollinger boxes, 2.5 linear shelf feet), ca. 1765-1869, and undated.

Dates: 1815 August 25

S. Smith to Wilson Cary Nicholas, brief discussion of their joint financial debts and payments; Smith declares that he is quit of his debts., 1815 September 28

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 9
Scope and Content From the Collection:

This collection consists of the papers of the Randolph Family of Edgehill, (commonly called the Edgehill-Randolph Papers) and the Wilson Cary Nicholas papers, ca. 787 items (6 Hollinger boxes, 2.5 linear shelf feet), ca. 1765-1869, and undated.

Dates: 1815 September 28

James Morrison to Wilson Cary Nicholas, discusses his past travels and gives brief news from his home before he leaves for Baltimore and Philadelphia in the next day or two., 1815 November 19

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 12
Scope and Content From the Collection:

This collection consists of the papers of the Randolph Family of Edgehill, (commonly called the Edgehill-Randolph Papers) and the Wilson Cary Nicholas papers, ca. 787 items (6 Hollinger boxes, 2.5 linear shelf feet), ca. 1765-1869, and undated.

Dates: 1815 November 19

Wilson Cary Nicholas, Jr. to Wilson Cary Nicholas, Sr., provides a thorough description of the result of his business at Warren, where he bought, and sold hogs, wheat, corn, meal, etc. A rather thorough description of his activities at the fair and explanations of why he bought what he did., 1815 December 15

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 13
Scope and Content From the Collection:

This collection consists of the papers of the Randolph Family of Edgehill, (commonly called the Edgehill-Randolph Papers) and the Wilson Cary Nicholas papers, ca. 787 items (6 Hollinger boxes, 2.5 linear shelf feet), ca. 1765-1869, and undated.

Dates: 1815 December 15

Wilson Cary Nicholas to Senators and Representatives in Congress from Virginia, requesting their support of William Wirt and John Chew, Commissioners appointed to settle the accounts of the Commonwealth with the Unites States., 1815 December 25

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 14
Scope and Content From the Collection:

This collection consists of the papers of the Randolph Family of Edgehill, (commonly called the Edgehill-Randolph Papers) and the Wilson Cary Nicholas papers, ca. 787 items (6 Hollinger boxes, 2.5 linear shelf feet), ca. 1765-1869, and undated.

Dates: 1815 December 25

Wilson Cary Nicholas to [?]. discusses the closure of his account with Morrison and other financial business relating to the settlement of his brother's estate and the support of his family, and his concern that Mr. Morrison not be penalized for all the work he has done on behalf of the estate and his sister-in-law., 1816 May 09

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 18
Scope and Content From the Collection:

This collection consists of the papers of the Randolph Family of Edgehill, (commonly called the Edgehill-Randolph Papers) and the Wilson Cary Nicholas papers, ca. 787 items (6 Hollinger boxes, 2.5 linear shelf feet), ca. 1765-1869, and undated.

Dates: 1816 May 09

W[illiam] Coleman to Wilson Cary Nicholas, asks for the half year's interest on their bond., 1816 June 05

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 19
Scope and Content From the Collection:

This collection consists of the papers of the Randolph Family of Edgehill, (commonly called the Edgehill-Randolph Papers) and the Wilson Cary Nicholas papers, ca. 787 items (6 Hollinger boxes, 2.5 linear shelf feet), ca. 1765-1869, and undated.

Dates: 1816 June 05

Wilson Cary Nicholas to Robert B. Taylor, draft, notifies Taylor of his appointment by Nicholas to be a judge of the General Court., 1816 July 28

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 20
Scope and Content From the Collection:

This collection consists of the papers of the Randolph Family of Edgehill, (commonly called the Edgehill-Randolph Papers) and the Wilson Cary Nicholas papers, ca. 787 items (6 Hollinger boxes, 2.5 linear shelf feet), ca. 1765-1869, and undated.

Dates: 1816 July 28