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Box 8

 Container

Contains 5 Results:

Owens Family - Daybook for Blacksmith,, 1845

 File — Box: 8, Volume: 1
Scope and Contents

Daybook with names of customers, work done and price charged. The Owens Family lived in Turners, Fauquier County in 1850, which is probably the location of their blacksmith business. Elizabeth Owens, Cuthbert Owens, William Owens and John Owens are associated with this business. 150 pp, 7 3/4"x6 1/2". Some pages torn and missing.

Owens Family - Account Book for Blacksmith, 1846-1853

 File — Box: 8, Volume: 2
Scope and Contents

Account book of blacksmith John S. Owens.  104 pp.  12 3/4" x 7 3/4". Some pages torn. The Owens Family lived in Turners, Fauquier County in 1850, which is probably the location of their blacksmith business.  Elizabeth Owens, Cuthbert Owens, William Owens and John Owens are associated with this business.

Owens Family - Cyphering Exercise Book,, 1820-1821

 File — Box: 8, Volume: 3
Scope and Contents

Mathematic exercise book from Long Branch Institution, belonging to Samuel Owens of Fauquier County, with James Owens’ name also noted.  200 pages of which pages 1-20 are missing. 11 ¾” x 8 ¼”.  Surveying work is very well done.

Owens Family Account Book for Tannery,, 1837-1867

 File — Box: 8, Volume: 4
Scope and Contents

Accounts for tannery belonging to J.S. Owens.  Contains loose papers pertaining to accounts.  Has an index.  329 pages.  12 ¼” x 7 ½”.

Owens Family - Account Book and Daybook for Tannery and Shoemaker, 1857-1860

 File — Box: 8, Volume: 5
Scope and Contents

J. S. Owens accounts for tannery and possibly a shoemaker with entries of people’s shoe measurements.  120 pages,  12 ¼” x 8”.