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Itemized Accounts, 1840-1861

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 5

Scope and Contents

Scope and Contents Folder 3 Account of Rufus K. Fitzhugh, Stanardsville, [Virginia] with W[illia]m H. Guns and Co.,[Stanardsville, Virginia?], 2 July 1840. 2 pages. For the purchase of foodstuffs, pharmaceuticals, clothing and housewares. Includes typed copy of document. 2 pages. Folder 3 Accounts, 21 December 1840-January 1866. 14 pages. On foodstuffs, farming supplies and equipment charged by Rufus Fitzhugh; notes borrowing money signed by Lucinda Fitzhugh, Geo[rge] Fitzhugh and Rufus Fitzhugh; receipt for purchase of a small child's coffin; receipt of payment on loans of cash and also on the use of slaves. Includes typed copy of document. 4 pages. Folder 3 Accounts and receipts of Mr. R[ufus] K[ing] Fitzhugh, 13 April 1843-19 May 1859. 5 pages. For the purchase of shrubbery, trees and bee hives. Folder 3 Annual tax receipts of Rufus K[ing] Fitzhugh, 1845-1865. 11 pages. Paid to the Sheriff of Greene County for land, slaves; horses, county and parish levies. Folder 3 Receipt of payment by R[ufus] K[ing] F[itzhugh], 14 January 1852-4 January 1854. 2 pages. For $70.00; receipt of payment by Rufus K[ing] Fitzhugh for $30.22 1/4; receipt of payment by R[ufus K[ing] Fitzhugh for $90.00. Includes typed copy of document. 1 page. Folder 3 Account of Thomas Carpenter, dec[ease]d, 22 April 1852. 1 page. For lodging and meals as settled by John Weaver, Adm[inistrator]. Includes typed copy of document. 1 page. Folder 3 Accounts of R[ufus] K[ing] Fitzhugh,guardian of the Children of Mary Ann Conway, October 1852-1 January 1853. 2 pages. Includes typed copy of document. 2 pages. Folder 3 Receipt of Rufus K. Fitzhugh for bonds from the estate of Verlinda T. Conway, dec[ease]d as distributed by Battalie F. T. Conway, 4 January 1853. 1 page. Includes typed copy of document. 1 page. Folder 3 Receipts of R[ufus] K[ing] Fitzhugh, 21 April 1856-15 March 1858. 2 pages. For furnishings and carriage accessories bought in Richmond, [Virginia] and New York [N.Y.]. Folder 3 Account of R[ufus] K[ing] Fitzhughwith Gibbons and Mitchell, 15 May 1860-19 January 1861. 2 pages. For material, hardware, clothing, school books, and candy. Includes typed copy of document. 1 page. Folder 3 "A list of R[ufus] K[ing] Fitzhugh,Jackson County, Arkansas, n.d. 3 pages. Of propherty [sic] destroyed and taken off by the Federat[e]d Army commanded by Gen. Curtis"; list includes "seven Negro men," the house, farm animals, tools, and crops. Includes typed copy of document. 1 page. Folder 3 Lucie [Baytop, Springfield, Gloucester County, Virginia] to "my dear sister," [Hetty Fitzhugh, Stanardsville, Greene County, Virginia], n.d. 2 pages. Sends recipe for salting butter and preserving eggs; congratulates her on birth of son; looks forward to seeing her. Includes typed copy of autpgraphed signed letter. 1 page. Folder 3 Receipt [of Rufus K. Fitzhugh], n.d. 1 page.D. For the purchase of trees, shrubbery and flowers.


  • 1840-1861

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