Contains 5 Results:
Mary F. Fitzhugh, Belmont, Hampton, Virginia to Mrs. Rufus Fitzhugh, Stanardsville, Greene County, Virginia. , 1851 May 6
The letter sends news of family and friends; tells of excitement about making a "missionary quilt for Mr. Payne our African Missionary" with neighborhood women and girls; gladly accepts invitation to visit "next summer" if Ma's health and spirits are good; invites Hettie to visit. Includes typescript.
Lucy A. Baytop to Hetty Fitzhugh, Gloucester, Virginia, 1852 February 7
The letter from Lucy A. Baytop, no place, to Hetty Fitzhugh, Gloucester, Virginia spreads news of family and friends; the young minister from Bellmeys, preached before a great crowd; Judy[?] had a baby which died a month after birth of unknown causes and is depressed; Mr. Baytop is busy farming and studying to prepare for the ministry. Includes typescript.
A.G.G [?], Madison, Virginia To Rufus K. Fitzhugh, 1855 October 9
A.G.G. writes to Fitzhugh and admonishes him for not keeping his word on a business deal involving the purchase of land.
Accounts and receipts of Rufus King Fitzhugh, 1843-1859
Accounts and receipts of Mr. Rufus King Fitzhugh for the purchase of shrubbery, trees and bee hives.
Receipt for bonds from the estate of Verlinda T. Conway, 1853 January 4
Receipt of Rufus K. Fitzhugh for bonds from the estate of Verlinda T. Conway, deceased, as distributed by Battalie F. T. Conway. Typescript included.