Account books, 1878-1884, of J. K. Mauzy, merchant of Spartapolis, Rockingham County, Va.
Kept as executor of estate of Henry R. Browning of Shenandoah County, Virginia. Probably lists effects of Browning and their buyers.
Account book, 1858-1872, of an unidentified meat merchant which includes manuscript music, household accounts (concerning washing, ironing, clothes, and flour), household inventories, and includes the notation "all bacon taken by the Yankees." (March 13 ).
Account book, 1799, of merchant Elias Edmonds, Jr. of Kilmarnock, Virginia.
Previously described an account book of unknown merchant of Lancaster Court House, Virginia.
Account book, 1829-1832, used as an invoice book and ledger, by an unidentified merchant at Pottiesville, Louisa County, Va.
Ledger, 1830-1836, of an unidentified merchant, [Gloucester County, Va. ?], which includes accounts with members of the Taliaferro family.
Ledger, 1848-1851, of an unidentified merchant, probably in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.
Invoice book, 1831-1834, of an unidentified merchant, of [Louisa County Va.?]
Ledger, 1884-1885, of an unidentified merchant [possibly of Fluvanna County, Va.].
Ledger, 1852-1853, of an unidentified merchant in or near Fauquier County, Va. which has additional entries, 1872-1873.
Ledger, 1876-1884, of an unidentified merchant, [possibly of Fluvanna County, Va.]
Ledger, 1884-1892, of an unidentified merchant, possibly of [Fluvanna County, Va.]
Ledger, 1883-1889, of an unidentified merchant, probably, of Buckingham County, Va.
Journal, 1843-1845, of A. Miley, merchant of Saumsville, Shenandoah County, Va.
Account book, 1774-1781, of Edward Moss, of Elizabeth City County, Va. Includes a memorandum stating Edward Moss came to live with John Cary. Also includes record of sale of slaves. On one page, "Miles Cary this hand and pen 1777" and another page, "Memorandum, John Cary set of to Hog Ireland [ Hog Island] in 1774."
Ledger, 1861-1865, of an unidentified merchant at [Mt. Solon, Augusta County, Va.]
Tax account, 1812, of Nelson and Amherst counties, Virginia. The book contains an account, 1826-1848, of the settling of the estate of Hudson Martin (including the record of the sale of slaves).
Ledger, 1821-1823, and 1862-1889, of Nelson N. Fishback, merchant, of Fauquier County, Va. which includes notes on the Fishback family; "cures" for yaws and fistula; lists of slaves with their ages; records on harvesting crops; loose receipts; and scattered weather accounts.
Journal, 1750-1751, of a merchant in King and Queen County, Va., probably Ninian Boog. Cover is marked "Journal to Ledger B."
Ledger, 1748-1750, of a merchant in King and Queen County, Va., probably Ninian Boog, which includes a list of household expenses. Cover is marked "Ledger A"
Ninian Boog Ledgers is available on microfilm in Swem Library’s microforms area, call number F232 .K4 B6 2004
Journal, 1860-1862, of P. Vick & Co., merchants, Franklin Depot [now Franklin], Va.
Ledgers, 1835-1843 and 1866-1873, of a farmer kept in Rockingham County, Va. The earlier account book includes accounts with free blacks [William Wanser and William Cook (formerly W. Canada)].
Papers, 1770-1931, of the Perrin family of Gloucester County, Va. Chiefly the diaries and writings of John Tayloe Perrin. Includes farm books, scrapbooks, accounts, wills, and articles by Perrin.