Receipt for land transfer from John R. Taylor to Carter Braxton, September 23, 1833. Ledger balance receipt for a day ledger. Obituary of Carter Braxton's son, Phillip Ludwell Braxton, . Handwritten eulogy entitled "Thoughts on the death of dear Ludwell" written by either Carter Braxton or his wife. Account by Carter Braxton of the sale of Mr. Robertson's estate, Providence, in Middlesex County, Virginia, 1837. Names of purchasers includeThomas Harrow, Benjamin Temple, George D. Pace, William K. Pace, Carter Braxton, Braxton Garlick, Joseph Todd, John D. Berry, James Jones, Mark Towell, Erma Bennett, Phill Fizhugh, Thomas Hutching, John Sims, Ailworth, Bartlett Davis, Franklin Blackburne and Henry Palmer. Includes a short list of negroes who were hired out. Letter from The Historical Society of Pennsylvania to Earl Gregg Swem about the Braxton Papers at the Historical Society, September 6, 1922.
Carter Braxton is the son of Carter Braxton, the signer of the Declaration of Independence.
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