Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
The Asa Moore Janney Forest Mills ledgers contains three ledgers belonging to Asa Moore Janney, a Quaker qho owned Forest Mills located in Loudoun Country, Virginia. The ledgers contain accounts of flour and other commodities Janney provided to families including African Americans as well as volunteers in the Confederate army. The ledgers tracked daily business sales and transactions along with labor expenses for the mill operation.
Letters, 1835-1859, written to Robert Blackwell "Brickland," Lochleven, Lunenburg County, Virginia from relatives in Tennessee and Texas; and business records of the Blackwell family mill, tanyard, store and farm. Includes papers relating to the lawsuit of Blackwell and Featherston v. Hawthorne; and a letter, 30 November 1847, from Upton E. Hardy to his guardian Robert Blackwell asking permission to leave because of his illness and discussing Benjamin Stoddert Ewell's advice to him.
Invoices, accounts and correspondence of Charles Colfelt of Frederick County, Virginia. Account holders include Stieners Planing Mill, William Trenary, Peter Shires, Shires and Jordan and A.B. Cramer and Co. Frederick County order to Charles Colfelt to be surveyor of Precinct No. 4 in the 3rd Magisterial District in 1868 (the names of the tithables are listed). 2 letters regarding financial matters. An inventory of stock, January 31, 1877.
Diary of an unidentified teacher and miller who lived near Millwood, Frederick County., Virginia and worked for the Thruston family. The volume discusses weather, his work, neighborhood events, and cockfighting. 260 p. : bound volume ; 16 cm.
Papers (including business correspondence, accounts and account books) of Cornelius Smith, miller and merchant, of Laurel Mills, Rappahannock County, Va.; of his son S. Russell Smith; and of Daniel Amon Grimsley who served in the Virginia General Assembly. Consists of 4 boxes of material and 39 ledgers.