Contains 80 Results:
Appraisal of land in Richmond County lately belonging to Maj. Dennis McCarty, made by Robert Tomlin and William Dogges, at the request of Landon Carter.
Surveyor's plat of the dividing line between the land of Landon Carter and John Kent, made by William Garland.
Rough draft, written by Landon Carter, of a petition to the House of Burgesses regarding a proposed division of the counties of King George, Stafford, Richmond, and Westmoreland. (Counties of Virginia-Geography ).
Mutilated. Notice concerning an slaved person who escaped ('a runaway slave') belonging to Landon Carter.
Photostatic copy. An inventory of the estate of Landon Carter, deceased.
5 items. A list of papers of L[andon] C[arter], deceased, taken by Robert W. Carter.
A statement to the public by Landon Carter, regarding measures taken by England for the raising of revenues in the American colonies. The statement is addressed to Purdie and Dixon, who were printers in Williamsburg, Virginia
Deposition of Landon Carter in a dispute, between Charles Carter of Corotoman and Robert Carter of Williamsburg, concerning possession of Corotoman estate.
Surveyor's plat of a tract of land called "Ring's Quarter," in King and Queen County. Part of "Ring's Quarter" belonged to Mrs. Elizabeth Wormeley, whose daughter, Elizabeth, married Landon Carter.