Account book, 1820-1821, of J. Baker, a lawyer who practiced in Berkeley County, W. Va., Morgan County, W. Va., and Jefferson County, W. Va.
Five Account books, 1866-1871, of an unidentified butcher, kept probably in Jefferson County, West Virginiaa.
Account books, 1853-1855, of Joseph Entler, Shepherdstown, Jefferson County, Va. [W. Va.] containing time for men engaged to work his farm and on county roads.
Daybooks and ledgers, 1821-1857, of Joseph Entler, merchant and barkeeper of Shepherdstown, Jefferson County, W. Va.
Ledger B account book of an unknown merchant in Frederick County, Virginia or possibly the current Jefferson or Berkeley Counties, West Virginia. 526 pages.
Ten tax books for Jefferson County, Virginia from 1814-1878 and one Execution Book for 1825-1830. Braxton Davenport and William B. Magruder, Sheriff and Deputy Sheriff, were the tax collectors. 1814-1815, South District, 1814-1815, North District and 1817, 1816, 1826, 1827, 1828, 1829, 1862 and 1878.
Jefferson County was created from Berkeley County in 1801. See Mss. Acc. 2008.321 Berkeley County for tax lists prior to 1801 and overlapping years.
Index, circa 1800, to the ledger of an unidentified merchant in Jefferson County, Virginia [West Virginia].
Journal, 1833-1836, of John S. Gallaher, newspaper publisher, of Charles Town, Jefferson County, Va. [W.Va.]. Includes accounts for advertising in the newspaper. Topics range from lost horses to chancery notices.
Letter copybook, 1838-1871, of F.. A. Lewis, (Fisher Ames Lewis) of Fortress Monroe, Virginiaa. and Jefferson County, West Virginia. Many of the later letters are religiously oriented and addressed to public officials.