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Box 1

 Container

Contains 69 Results:

30 May 1833.  James H. Causten to Cuthbert Powell.

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id22228
Scope and Contents

Causten is the general agent of the claimants against France.

July 1833. Printed form concerning the claims against France, filled in for James H. Causten by Cuthbert Powell.

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id22229
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection contains the correspondence of Leven Powell, James Madison, Charles Leven Powell, Charles Leven Powell, Jr., Selina Powell Hepburn, and others. Recipients include Burr Powell, Cuthbert Powell, Sewell Stavely Hepbron [Hepburn] and others. First 30 years of correspondence is mainly written by or addressed to Leven Powell, detailing his involvement in the Revolutionary War, the Virginia House of Delegates, and the United State Congress, including letters about the Election of...

July 1833.  Memorial and petition of the merchants to Congress.

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id22230
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection contains the correspondence of Leven Powell, James Madison, Charles Leven Powell, Charles Leven Powell, Jr., Selina Powell Hepburn, and others. Recipients include Burr Powell, Cuthbert Powell, Sewell Stavely Hepbron [Hepburn] and others. First 30 years of correspondence is mainly written by or addressed to Leven Powell, detailing his involvement in the Revolutionary War, the Virginia House of Delegates, and the United State Congress, including letters about the Election of...

15 July 1833.  James L. Causten to Cuthbert Powell.

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id22231
Scope and Contents

Regarding the French claims of Leven Powell.

21 October 1840.  St. Leger Carter, Port Conway, King George County, Conway, Va. to Major Newton Keane.

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id22232
Scope and Contents

Concerns possible sale of land from the estate of his deceased mother Elizabeth Carter.

23 September 1849.  Charles L. Powell to his wife, Selina.

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id22233
Scope and Contents

The children are away so he will write; talks about the letter from Rebecca Tabb; inflammation of tonsils; He is glad to hear Nelson safely reached California; his mother is upset that Cuthbert, would be taken to Baltimore against his will, because he was to have been told he could go to Baltimore voluntarily or to Staunton under compulsion but “Ma interfered.”

9 May 1853.  Rebecca Powell, Henry, Ill., to her grandmother.

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id22234
Scope and Contents

She had written from Cleveland, and has now arrived safely to Henry.  Reports on rest of family, and  thanks her grandparents for the time she had in Virginia. Mentions family there, including Uncle Nelson, Aunt [Anna?] and Uncle John Lloyd’s family.

9 November 1858.  Lloyd Powell, Henry, Ill., to “mother.”

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id22235
Scope and Contents

Discusses multiple topics, such as the rainy weather, a comet that is passing nearby, and the state elections.  Mentions that his business is not doing well.  Asks her about their school.  Presbyterian minister Mr. Winn castigated the Episcopalians.  Charles is chewing tobacco.

17 July 1861.  Harrison Powell to his cousin Rebecca Powell.

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id22236
Scope and Contents

Asks her to bake bread for his company, which is in position for battle.

20 May 1862.  Charles L. Powell, Jr. to his father.

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id22237
Scope and Contents

[This letter may be a copy made in 1870s or 1880’s] “I left Jackson’s army at Shenandoah Mountain..." Would not be able to join Rockbridge Artillery now. Sending letter by Dr. Hunter McGuire.