Wythe County (Va.)--History--19th century
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Beauregard Furnace Journals
Account books of Beauregard Furnace located in Wythe County, Va. which was under contract to supply pig iron to Tredegar Iron Works during the American Civil War.
Calfee Family Papers
Papers, chiefly 1858-1889, of the Calfee family of southwest Virginia. Includes letters written from Texas by Calvin J. Calfee and letters written by Confederate soldiers David H. Calfee, James Calfee, L. S. Calfee and William B. Calfee as well as deeds for land in Pulaski and Wythe counties, Virginia. 431 items.
Mrs. Wayne Chatfield-Taylor Collection
Collection of legal papers chiefly of Wythe and Warwick counties, Virginia. Includes papers of George Blow, Jr.; letters, 1842-1853, concerning the legal practice of Peter F. Schlecker; resolutions, 1860 July 28, passed by the Board of Trade of Norfolk, Virginia; and deed, 1831, to land in Wythe County, Virginia from Joseph F. White to Elisha D. Payne. Some legal documents concern grain mills.
Andrew Steele Fulton Account Books
Account books (ledger and cash book), 1825-1834, of Andrew Steele Fulton, Wythe County, Va. One volume includes recipes for English champagne and for current wine.
Silas Hathaway to Joseph White Deed
Deed, 31 January 1831, from Silas Hathaway of St. Albans, Vermont to Joseph White, New York, New York conveying land in Wythe County, Virginia. Fragile.
Andrew Kincannon Ledger
Ledger, 1808-1837, of Andrew Kincannon, merchant, of Wythe County, Va.
John Posie Mathews Sanders Account Book
Ledger of John Posie Mathews Sanders which includes accounts for a general store, payment for work, expenses and farm inventory. Loose invoices in back of ledger. 115 pages.
Shepherd Brown Account Book
Statement of accounts, 1833-1838, provided to Dr. Shepherd Brown, surviving partner of McKee and Brown [Wythe County, Va.?] Signed by Andrew Fulton, attorney of Wythe County, Virginia.
Virginia probate inventories of the enslaved
This collection contains nine Virginia probate inventories listing the assets of several estates, including enslaved men and women. Each inventory lists the names of enslaved persons, their gender, and an approximate age range, usually "between 12 and 50 years of age." One of the inventories lists property owned by a woman.