The collection contains letters, receipts, invoices, and account books of Thomas Croxton concerning his law practice at Tappahannock, Va. Includes accounts with J.M. Parr & Son, commission merchants of Baltimore, Md. who received grain from Croxton by ship and sold it on consignment.
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Thomas Croxton was born in Tappahannock, Essex County, Va. 8 March 1822. He graduated from the University of Virginia law department and practiced law. He served as commonwealth's attorney 1852-1865 and on Pickett's staff. He served in House of Representatives 1885-1887. He was judge of Essex County and also farmed. He died in Tappahannock, 3 July 1903. Further information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: .
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