Contains 17 Collections and/or Records:
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Scope and Contents Letters, 1826-1832, to Mrs. Sarah T. Nicolson, Middlesex, including one dated 21 October 1827, stating the decree for dividing "Rosegill" has been set aside; chiefly letters, 1833-1839, to William K. Perrin of "Goshen," Gloucester County, Virginia from his step-son Robert W. Nicolson, Uniontown, Perry County, Alabama about the management of a cotton plantation.
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Scope and Contents Business letters, 1844-1849, to Major William K. Perrin but chiefly letters, 1855-1860, from Robert Nicolson in Alabama to Wyndham Kemp in Gloucester County, Virginia about his cotton crop.
Papers relating to the hiring of slaves by William K. Perrin in Gloucester County, Virginia, 1800-1855, Undated
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Scope and Contents Included are lists of slaves hired out, giving names of slaves, masters' names, and amount of transaction, 1800-1806, n.d., receipts for sale of slaves, 1800-1855, and lists of Blacks at Guinea and Fairfield, 1852.
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Scope and Contents Physical Location: See medium oversize file. Includes agreement, list of debts and receipts of William K. Perrin; last will and testament of William K. Perrin, 16 March 1854 and 25 July 1855; and last will and testament of Willis Perrin, 9 April 1865. Also, Presidential pardon and amnesty granted William K. Perrin for having serves in the Confederate Army, 24 August 1865.
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