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Morticians

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Bucktrout Funeral Home Records

 Collection
Identifier: Mss. Acc. 1997.22
Scope and Contents 8 volumes of burial records, 1916-1945 of the Bucktrout Funeral Home:

Vol 1 Aug 1916-Nov 1920

Vol 2 Nov 1920-Jan 1925

Vol 3 Jan 1925-July 1929

Vol 4 July 1929-Sept 1932

Vol 5 Sept 1932-Dec 1935

Vol 6 Dec 1935-Apr 1938

Vol 7 Apr 1938-May 1942

Vol 8 May 1942-Feb 1945.

Bucktrout Funeral Home Records in Swem Library’s microforms area, 4 reels, call number  F234 .W7 B83.

Richard Manning Bucktrout Daybook and Ledger

 Collection
Identifier: Mss. Acc. 1997.15
Scope and Contents The following description is from the preface to the digital version of the book and was written by Terry Meyers. Daybook; 1850-1866; of Richard M. Bucktrout, merchant and mortician at Williamsburg, Va. Richard Manning Bucktrout's meticulous entries in his Daybook and Ledger form a diary, a detailed account of daily life and death in a small, but historically important, Virginia town for sixteen years before, during, and briefly after the Civil War....

Bucktrout-Smith Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 00142
Scope and Contents Papers of Richard M. Bucktrout, merchant and mortician in Williamsburg, Virginia. Includes correspondence, receipts, financial papers, records of soldiers killed at the Battle of Williamsburg and legal papers, dated 1855 to 1869. List of deaths at the Seminary Hospital from July to November 1861 in Williamsburg, Virginia and coffins made for soldiers dying in Williamsburg in July-August 1861.The business papers of Sydney Smith, dated 1874 to 1929.Lists names of people...

Kyger Funeral Home Records

 Collection
Identifier: Mss. Acc. 1988.03 and 2011.568
Scope and Contents Acc. 1988.03 includes funeral records from Robert W. Kyger's and Robert P. Miller's undertaking business, 1920s to 1940s, Williamsburg. There are 3 volumes as well as nine scrolls. Acc. 2011.568 includes four funeral home ledgers from 1929-1935,1936-1940, 1942-1947, and 1948-1949. There are also order forms for headstones, letters from people unable to pay for the funeral, and various government documents from World War II, including a receipt for tires that the Kyger family gave to the...