Henkel Plains Mill Store Daybook
Scope and Contents
Daybook, 1835-1849, kept by Siram Peter Henkel for Solomon Henkel at Plains Mill Store, Rockingham County, Va. Includes records of purchases, and records of farm workers, their tasks and their reasons for missing work. Also includes Henkel's purchases for himself and his family.
- Creation: 1835-1849
- Creation: Majority of material found in 1835-1849
- Henkel, Siram Peter, 1809-1879 (Person)
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Siram Peter Henkel was the son of Dr. Solomon Henkel (1777-1847) and Rebecca Miller and the brother of Dr. Samuel Godfrey, Solomon D., Dr. Solon Paul Charles and Dr. Silon A. Henkel.
Siram Peter Henkel (1809-1879) married June 30, 1835 to Margaret Koiner (1820-1899) had 12 children at Plains Mill, Rockingham County.
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Arrangement of Materials:
- Guide to the Henkel Plains Mill Store Daybook
- Finding Aid Authors: Susan A. Riggs.
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- The collection description/finding aid is written in English