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Box Manuscripts Oversize Box 12

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Contains 24 Results:

Deed given by the trustees to John Custis, 1714 August 6

 Item — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 12, Folder: 3
Identifier: id213268
Scope and Contents

Deed given by the trustees on the city of Williamsburg to John Custis conveying three lots in the city. Signed by John Clayton and William Robertson

Dates: 1714 August 6

Indenture given by trustees to William Bassett, 1717 October 14

 Item — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 12, Folder: 4
Identifier: id213276
Scope and Contents

Indenture given by trustees of the city of Williamsburg to William Bassett of New Kent County conveying six lots in the city. 14 October 1717. 2 pp. DS including photostatic copies of indenture. Berkeley (?), 1883

Dates: 1717 October 14

Papers Oversize, 1777 August 22 and 1847 March 13

 File — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 12, Folder: 1
Dates: 1777 August 22 and 1847 March 13

Buildings Oversize, unknown

 File — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 12, Folder: 2
Identifier: id124670

Fire insurance policy on the property in Williamsburg of Francis Teterel. Signed by James Rawlings, 1815 July 28

 Item — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 12, Folder: 5
Identifier: id105505
Scope and Contents From the Series: Scope and Contents An artificial grouping of papers, 1632-1973, relating to Williamsburg, Va. Includes maps, articles, drawings, letters, material concerning the Battle of Williamsburg, papers concerning the Black population, photographs of buildings, church bulletins, papers concerning civic organizations, deeds, leases, tax receipts, advertisements, papers concerning education and items relating to Colonial National Historical Park. The materials that comprise this collection were donated...
Dates: 1815 July 28

John Coalter to Michael Coalter, 1788 March 29

 Item — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 12, Folder: 1
Identifier: id171160
Scope and Contents From the File:

The death of Mrs. Tucker; plans of St. George Tucker to move because the plantation, Matoax, reverts to the sons of Mrs. Tucker (Richard, John, and Theodorick Randolph). He intends to move to Williamsburg, but he can no longer pay John Coalter 30£ per annum; offers to give legal training in exchange for tutoring services.

Dates: 1788 March 29

John Coalter to Maria Rind, 1788 October 5

 Item — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 12, Folder: 1
Identifier: id171203
Scope and Contents From the File:

Physical Location: For letters of 16 June 1790, 4 July 1790, and 7 Sept. 1790 see medium oversize file. 12 letters. His father does not have land to give him at that time, so he cannot marry at once. He has decided to move to Staunton, and continue his studies. In September he writes that he hopes to visit Williamsburg around Christmas, and apply for admission to the bar.

Dates: 1788 October 5

John Coalter to Maria Rind, 1790 July 4

 Item — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 12, Folder: 1
Identifier: id171203
Scope and Contents From the File:

Physical Location: For letters of 16 June 1790, 4 July 1790, and 7 Sept. 1790 see medium oversize file. 12 letters. His father does not have land to give him at that time, so he cannot marry at once. He has decided to move to Staunton, and continue his studies. In September he writes that he hopes to visit Williamsburg around Christmas, and apply for admission to the bar.

Dates: 1790 July 4

John Coalter to Maria Rind, 1790 September 7

 Item — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 12, Folder: 1
Identifier: id171203
Scope and Contents From the File:

Physical Location: For letters of 16 June 1790, 4 July 1790, and 7 Sept. 1790 see medium oversize file. 12 letters. His father does not have land to give him at that time, so he cannot marry at once. He has decided to move to Staunton, and continue his studies. In September he writes that he hopes to visit Williamsburg around Christmas, and apply for admission to the bar.

Dates: 1790 September 7

John Coalter to Maria Rind, 1791 April 6

 Item — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 12, Folder: 1
Identifier: id171215
Scope and Contents From the File:

Physical Location: For letters of 6 April 1791 and 15 April 1791 see medium oversize file. 18 letters. After obtaining his license in Williamsburg, John Coalter has his first case in Amherst. Of St. George Tucker, he writes: "I would rather have the approbation of that man than worlds for my admirers." Advice is given in regard to the torment by John Randolph; plans are made for their marriage in autumn.

Dates: 1791 April 6

John Coalter to Maria Rind, 1791 April 15

 Item — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 12, Folder: 1
Identifier: id171215
Scope and Contents From the File:

Physical Location: For letters of 6 April 1791 and 15 April 1791 see medium oversize file. 18 letters. After obtaining his license in Williamsburg, John Coalter has his first case in Amherst. Of St. George Tucker, he writes: "I would rather have the approbation of that man than worlds for my admirers." Advice is given in regard to the torment by John Randolph; plans are made for their marriage in autumn.

Dates: 1791 April 15

William Munford to John Coalter, 1791 April 23

 Item — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 12, Folder: 1
Identifier: id171218
Scope and Contents From the File:

Physical Location: For letter of 23 April 1791 see Medium Oversize File. 3 letters. "...thru the surprising friendship of Mr. Wythe, I live in his house and board at his table...In this happy situation tomorrow I begin the Study of Law."

Dates: 1791 April 23

William Munford to John Coalter, 1791 July 22

 Item — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 12, Folder: 1
Identifier: id171225
Scope and Contents From the File:

Scope and Contents Physical Location: For letter of 22 July 1791 see Medium Oversize File. 4 letters. Living and studying with Mr. Wythe. John Thompson (grandfather of John Thompson Brown) was among the 4th of July orators. Verse and poetic criticism of St. George Tucker. George Wythe is teaching his servant to write.

Dates: 1791 July 22

Signed archival print of photograph of John D. Weaver by Marilyn Sanders., 1980

 Item — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 12, Folder: 1
Identifier: id148284

Two signed portraits of Caskie Stinnett and John Weaver, commissioned by John Weaver and photographed by Marilyn Sanders who retains copyright., 1989

 Item — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 12, Folder: 2
Identifier: id148285
Scope and Contents

8 x 10 black and white printed on 11 x 14 paper and 8 x 10 ektacolor print Not to be reproduced without Ms. Sanders permission. Deposited in memory of their William and Mary professor Glenwood Clark.

Dates: 1989

"A Matter of Principle," Collier's Christmas Annual, pages 24-25, 73-75, 1949 December 24

 Item — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 12, Folder: 3
Identifier: id148392
Scope and Contents From the Item:

One folder. Five periodical writings by John Weaver including articles and fiction from The American, The Ego and It, Travel and Leisure, and Colliers.

Dates: 1949 December 24

Account ledger showing payments made by the Committee of Loudoun County, Virginia for military expenditures, circa 1776

 File — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 12, Folder: 1
Identifier: id243848
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection is largely comprised of the correspondence of Leven Powell, who served in American Revolutionary War as well as the Virginia House of Delegates, and the U. S. House of Representatives.The letters reflect military and civilian events in Virginia during the Revolutionary war, United States and Virginia politics, and foreign relations in the early national period. The collection also includes financial records concerning the Revolutionary War and Loudoun County,...
Dates: circa 1776

Samuel Brown, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, to John Coalter, Chesterfield, 1788 October 5

 File — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 12, Folder: 1
Identifier: id171168
Scope and Contents

Physical Location: See medium oversize file. Samuel Brown gives details of his studies at Dickinson College, and congratulates John Coalter on his chance to study law with St. George Tucker.

Dates: 1788 October 5

Document Authorizing Justices of the Peace of Loudoun County,VA, to Administer Oaths, 1768 June 15

 File — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 12, Oversize Folder: 2
Identifier: id212953
Scope and Contents Document signed by John Blair as President of the Council, authorizing the following Justices of the Peace of Loudoun County,VA, to administer oaths: Francis Lightfoot Lee, James Hamilton, Nicholas Minor, Josias Clapham, George West, Francis Peyton, John McElhaney [sic], [McIlhaney], James Lane, Craven Peyton, Philip Noland, William Carr Lane, Leven Powell, John Minor, WIlliam Douglass, Thomas Lewis, Simon Triplet, Stephen Donaldson, WIlliam Smith, George Summers, Fleming Patterson, Elijah...
Dates: 1768 June 15

Land Grant to Thomas Evans, 1741 July 6

 File — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 12, Oversize Folder: 1
Identifier: id212953
Scope and Contents

Grant for 400 acres of land in Goochland County, Virginia to Thomas Evans. Signed by James Blair, President of the Virginia Council. Includes transcript.

Dates: 1741 July 6

John Church Estate Papers, 1890-1893

 File — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 12, Folder: 1
Identifier: id241928
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Papers, circa 1880s-1890s, of John Church, a music publisher from Cincinnati, Ohio. Includes legal documents, financial documents, letters, photographs, a book relating to music theory, and material relating to the settlement of Church's estate after his death. Also includes records from the John Church Company, 1924-1929.

Dates: 1890-1893

Copy of Letter, probably written by John Tyler, to John Sherman, 1880 June 27

 Item — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 12, Folder: 1
Identifier: id104660
Scope and Contents

Handwritten copy of a letter marked "Personal" to John Sherman about Yorktown Customs Office, elections and other political viewpoints.

Dates: 1880 June 27

Newspapers Issues about the Death of George Washington, 1800 January 4 and February 21

 Item — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 12, Folder: 2
Identifier: id132827
Scope and Contents

Ulster County Gazette, January 4, 1800 and The Virginia Gazette and Virginia Ad (Richmond, Virginia) February 1, 1800.

Dates: 1800 January 4 and February 21

Papers, 1806-2000

 File — Box: Manuscripts Oversize Box 12, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Manuscript of "Arithmetic taught by Samuel Boyle to WiIlliam Anderson at Sapony Seminary, 1806". Also, "A sketch of Old Sapponey Church, Dinwiddie County, Virginia", genealogy notes of the family of WIlliam Anderson and newspaper clippings.

NOTE: spelling can be Sapony, Sappony, Sapponey.

Dates: 1806-2000