Lexington (Va.)--History--19th century
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Cloverdale Furnace (Botetourt County, Va.)
Daybook, 1803-1805, of the Cloverdale Furnace Foundry (Botetourt County, Virginia) and of an unidentified general merchandise dealer of Lexington, Virginia.
G. G. Davison Receipt Book
Receipt book, 1853-1876, of Dr. G. G. Davison, Lexington, Va. The receipts were pasted into a printed book which was also used as a scrapbook for newspaper clippings.
James Bailey Journal
Journal, 1801-1810, of James Bailey, leather goods dealer, Lexington, Virginia.
John Cyrus Letcher Ledger
Ledger, 1813-1826, of John Cyrus Letcher, leather craftsman of Lexington, Virginia.
John Letcher Papers
Papers; 1860-1875; of John Letcher, governor of Virginia, 1860-1864. Includes appointment, 1860, of justices of the peace for Augusta County, Virginia signed by Letcher; and letters, November 3, 1864-September 3, 1865, of Letcher, Lexington Virginia to Joseph A. Hierholzer, Richmond, Virginia. Three of the letters are negative photocopies.
Lexington Gazette Advertising Index
Advertising index, [circa 1900] of the Lexington Gazette, Lexington, Virginia.
Lexington Milling Co. Ledger
Ledger, 1840-1846, of Lexington Milling Company [Lexington, Va.] containing accounts for a textile mill.
Lexington Newsletter and Western Virginia Telegraph Subscription Book
Record, 1818-1819, of newspaper subscriptions including The Lexington (Virginia) Newsletter and Western Virginia Telegraph, and The Staunton (Virginia) Republic. The volume was also used as a ledger, 1818-1825, by an unidentified merchant, Lexington, Virginia.
Lexington, Va. Merchant's Inventory
Inventory, 1838-1839, of general merchandise taken by an unknown merchant of Lexington, Va.
Lexington, Va. Merchant's Journal
Journal, 1834, of an unidentified merchant of Lexington, Va.
Lexington, Va. Sunday School Union Proceedings
Constitution and proceedings, 1830-1835, of the Lexington Sunday School Union, Lexington, Va.
James Moore Ledger
Ledger kept in Lexington, Va. Mainly concerns selling of wood, beef, and corn. The first few pages were used to divide property of a deceased person. The book includes a folder of loose papers, ca. 1825, which includes accounts, correspondence, and prescriptions.
Samuel B. Finley Account Books
Two ledgers, two journals and a daybook, 1802-1859, of Samuel B. Finley, merchant, of Lexington, Va. Ledger "B" (MsV Ame29) contains accounts concerning the estate of John Tate (Samuel Finley, executor); daybook (MsV Ame 31) contains an inventory , 1813, of goods put into partnership with William Shields and A. Shields and a manuscript arithmetic copybook, 1832; and ledger, 1842-1842 (MsV Ame33) contains notes, 1851-1867, concerning a fruit orchard.
Adolphus Weir Account Book
Account book, 1790-1806, of Adolphus Weir, blacksmith, of Lexington, Va.
James Weir Account Book
Account book, 1797-1828, of James Weir, blacksmith, of Lexington, Va.
William McCoy Journal
Journal, 1827-1830, of [William McCoy?] which was also used as a ledger and kept in Lexington, Virginia. He appears to be a tailor.