Papers, 1807-1891, of Warner T. Jones, judge of Gloucester County, Virginia; his brother Richard P. Jones; and his nephew John R. Page. Papers include letters concerning the Jones family and the Seawell family.
Prominent correspondents include John Randolph Bryan, Joseph Bryan, Samuel Bassett French, James Barron Hope, Charles Triplett O'Ferall, William Booth Taliaferro, John Randolph Tucker, and Lyon Gardiner Tyler. Collection includes printed advertisements for sewing and knitting machines
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Organization: This collection is organized into three Series: 1. Correspondence, 2. Legal Papers, and 3. Miscellaneous Papers. Arrangement: In the first series, the collection is arranged chronologically by date with those items without dates located at the end of each series. The first series is divided into subseries in ten year increments, resulting in six subseries. In the second series, the collection is arranged alphabetically by subject or persons last name. The seven subseries in the second series were created for subjects or persons with multiple folders.
Purchased: 2,674 items, 4/28/1936.
Mss. 69 J71 Jones Family Papers
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