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Box 2


Contains 10 Results:

Business Correspondence, 1832-1839

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents

Correspondents, chiefly with William F. Wickham, include: J.D. Andrews, John Corbin, Alfred V. Crenshaw, Crouches and Snead, Gracie and Company, James Gray, Richard B. Haxall, William Hilberg, James Lyle, and Francis Page. Topics include problems with a horse purchased from Wickham (November 15, 1838), the safe arrival of the Andrews family in Houston, Texas (January 28, 1839), and the sending of an enslaved man named Jefferson to fetch two mules from Wickham (April 22, 1839).

Dates: 1832-1839

Business Correspondence, 1842 January-August

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 2
Scope and Contents Correspondents, chiefly with William F. Wickham, include: Beers and Poindexter, Robert M. Candlish, John S. Corbin, Robert Ellett, William Linton, A.T.B. Merritt, Nathaniel Nelson, J.W. Pegram, W. Richardson, Thomas Samson, John Shore, John N. Tazewell, James G. Watson, and William L. White. Topics include mention of the horse “Priam” at Merritt’s Hicks Ford stud in Virginia and the failure of Wickham’s Eclipse mare to foal last spring (May 11, 1842); the dire condition of the [enslaved...
Dates: 1842 January-August

Business Correspondence, 1842 September-December

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 3
Scope and Contents

Correspondents include: John S. Corbin, Nathanael Cross, William Dorbaker, Thomas Ellis and Charles Ellis, Robert G. Gilman, J.H. Martin, [S.H.] Parker, James L. Pendleton, James A. Seddon, Jane J. Swann, George Taylor, John N. Tazewell, William L. White, and John Wight. Topics include lumber needed for a penitentiary and a possible list of enslaved laborers written in pencil on an address portion of the letter (October 10, 1842).

Dates: 1842 September-December

Business Correspondence, 1844-1847

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 4
Scope and Contents

Correspondents include: Warwick Barksdale, John Barr, Samuel Cottrell, Richard Gwathmey, John Struthers and Son, Lucius Minor, William Nelson, Lucien B. Price, Richard Randolph, Edmund Ruffin, William D. Taylor, John N. Tazewell, Philip B. Winston, and Richard M. Young (General Land Office). Topics include the sale of two enslaved women (January 29, 1845).

Dates: 1844-1847

Business Correspondence, 1848

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 5
Scope and Contents

Correspondents include: Warwick Barksdale, Wellington Goddin, Phineas Janney, C.C. Lee, Thomas Nelson, Bernard Peyton, [Lucien] B. Price, John T. Rogers, Edmund Ruffin, Robert Taylor, J.R. Underwood, William F. Watson, Joseph Wingfield, and Philip B. Winston. Topics include a description of damage to the property of Joseph Wingfield by the breakage of the mill dam of Wickham (March 12, 1848).

Dates: 1848

Business Correspondence, 1849-1850

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 6
Scope and Contents Correspondents include: John Gibson, G.W. Goode, Richard Gwathmey, Benjamin F. Larned (1794-1862), William Leigh, Thomas Nelson, John E. Page, James A. Seddon, Alexander H.H. Stuart, William F. Watson, Hugh A. Watt, W.C. Wickham (to James M. Ford), Edmund Winston, and William Overton Winston. Topics include the shipment of some prairie birds and directions for their care (December 23, 1849); lists of enslaved laborers for hire, including “old Fanny,” Nancy and her three children, and Betsy...
Dates: 1849-1850

Business Correspondence, 1853-1861

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 7
Scope and Contents

Correspondents include: Alexander Hew, John F. Lay, [Laudonier] J. Randolph; Robert L. Randolph, Allen P. Richardson, William Sayre, William F. Wickham, and Thomas Wight. Topics include the redemption of land in Saline County, Missouri (September 13, 1853) and the settlement with McClurg Wickham, Littleton Waller Tazewell Wickham, and John Wickham concerning a loan from John Henry Wickham to them on August 11, 1851 (May 28, 1858).

Dates: 1853-1861

Business Correspondence, 1863-1873

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 8
Scope and Contents Correspondents include: J.A. Allen, David Anderson, Jr., A.W. Ball, Ann B. Berkeley, the Reverend P.F. Berkeley, George H. Byrd (Wyman, Byrd and Co. Commission Merchants), [Magrat] Davis, R.B. Davis, Robert Johnston, J.H. Montague, H.C. Parsons, James H. Storrs, John R. Taylor, James Usher, and William F. Wickham (drafts to Ann B. Berkeley, the Reverend P.F. Berkeley, and B.W. Green). Topics include: the question in the legislature concerning the payment of legacies given in Confederate...
Dates: 1863-1873

Business Correspondence, 1875-1884

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 9
Scope and Contents Correspondents include: James L. Apperson, W.W. Baldwin, Lewis D. Crenshaw, Jr., Isaac Davis, L.R. Dickinson, Maynard Dyson, James S. Earle and Sons, George William Gibson, Charles Herndon, J.M. Hill, I.M. Parr and Son (Commission Merchants), J. Sabin and Sons (Booksellers, Printsellers and Importers), Walter C. Jones, A.C. Loomis, J.H. Montague, Henry Parry, G. Peyton, Joseph T. Priddy, R.H. Maury and Co. (Stock and Exchange Brokers), J.W. Ratcliffe, C.T. Smith, E.D. Starke, A.T. Stewart,...
Dates: 1875-1884

Business Correspondence, undated

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 10
Scope and Contents

Correspondents include: George B. Butler, Alexander Kaslovistsh, and John Watkins.

Dates: undated