Gloucester County (Va.)--Merchants
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Ledger kept by the Dutton and Gayle Store in the area of Ware Neck in Gloucester County, Virginia. Items sold by the store include coffee, canned meat and groceries as well as tobacco and clothing. Accounts were kept of the price of goods as well as payments by patrons and recorded in the front half of the ledger.
Ledger kept by the Gloucester Court House Store which detailed purchases and payments by various residents of the area. Items purchased range from food items such as butter, flour, molasses, salt, and sugar to household items such as cloth, hardware, and candles. The shop also sold tobacco and various types of alcohol including rum, brandy, and whiskey.
Account and ledger kept by R.P. Gray and Borther General Store located in the Sign Pine area of Gloucester County, Virginia. Accounts recorded include various residents of the area as well as other businesses such as the local church and the Signpine and Petsworth schools. The last half of the ledger also includes a complete inventory of supplies at the store. The page ranges for this inventory can be found from page 221-249 of the ledger.
Account ledger as part of the estate of David Ker in relationship to a lawsuit with James Gregorie, with a summary on page . Suit located in Williamsburg District, James City County, Virginia. Includes debts due stores in Urbanna, Gloucester and King and Queen Counties. Over 30 names are listed. 32 pages.
Two photograph albums and marriage service booklet of John E. Taliaferro (1896-1982) and his wife Elizabeth Farinholt Taliaferro (1910-1983) of Gloucester, Virginia. Includes photos of "Hockley" in Ware Neck, Gloucester County, home of Richard Philip Taliaferro"
Also letters and accounts, 1832, 1869, and undated, of the Warner Throckmorton Taliaferro family and a history of "Dunham Massie" by Spotswood H. Jones.
Accounts were kept of the price of goods as well as payments by patrons. Ledger kept by the Zanoni Store in Zanoni, Gloucester County, Virginia. Items sold by the store include calico, sail cloth, thread, and clothing. They also sold food items such as eggs, cakes, fruit, and many other food staples as well as household tools and supplies like nails, oil, and shingles. Tobacco and whiskey were also sold to various residents who purchased from the store.