Contains 3 Results:
Mary Indiana Winborn Baytop, Springfield, Gloucester County, Virginia to Hetty E. Fitzhugh, 1851 December 28-30
The letter from Mary Indiana Winborn Baytop to Hetty E. Fitzhugh discusses how Christmas has passed and work must resume; "great deal of sickness in the county, colds and pleurisys are very prevalent."
A letter from Lucy Taliaferro Baytop to Hetty Fitzhugh, is included. She discusses the division of Concord Negroes which will bring $250. Includes typescript.
Eugy Eugenia Baytop, Springfield, Gloucester County, Virginia to Hettie Fitzhugh, Stanardsville, Greene County, Virginia, 1852 November 4
The letter discusses Hettie's trip to visit which should not be postponed until February; she had travelled to Baltimore, but cannot describe it adequately "from the pen of so ignorant a creature as myself"; there are many gentlemen available for marriage; Pa has gone to sell a dozen turkeys to Mr. Folk; Lucy's baby is "one of the sweetest babies you ever saw." Includes envelope and typescript.
George Fitzhugh, Port Royal, Virginia to Rufus K. Fitzhugh, Stanardsville, Greene County, Virginia, 1858 October 1
George acknowledges receipt for a check of $50.00; is writing for DeBows Review and can "make a fortune by my pen"; planning visit for following year; transfers "title and interest" in estate of Haywood Foote to Rufus K. Fitzhugh. Includes typescript.