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Field survey book in various hands, 1756-1758

 Item — Box: 11
Identifier: id166523

Scope and Contents

Manuscript Volume 14. Religious notes in unknown hand interleaved with surveys, one in the hand of Col. William Cabell (1730-1798). Notes on medicine, tobacco, and farm accounts are by Dr. William Cabell (1699-1774). Various entries dated 1756-1758. Dr. William Cabell was a justice and surveyor for Goochland, Va. and Albermarle, Va. as well as a farmer and practicing physician and surgeon. Colonel William Cabell was a notable public official in Virginia in the latter half of the 18th century.


  • Creation: 1756-1758


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From the Collection: 7 Linear Feet