Frederick County (Va.)--History--19th century
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
One journal, August 11 - December 31, 1867, and one daybook, March 17 - November 21, 1868 of Brinker & Harris, merchants, of Middletown, Frederick County, Va.
Account books, 1851-1881, of Charles Colfelt, miller, of Frederick County, Virginia. Includes diary entries, weather notes, farm work, accounts with freedmen, and mentions Ember Days (days of fasting). Also includes accounts of James P. Colfelt.
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.
Kept as miller in Frederick County, Virginia.
Papers (including accounts and promissory notes) of George W. Crabill of Frederick County, Va. One receipt is signed by his brother, Jacob S[tover] Crabill.
Account book of Jacob S. Danner, a merchant in Frederick County, Virginia. Index at beginning of ledger.
Accounts of Jacob. S. Danner of Middletown, Va., and administrator's notice of the settlement of his estate, 1855-1880.
Textbook, 1843-1844, of Samuel Atwell Danner, Middleton, [Frederick County, Va.] concerning geometry, trigonometry, surveying, and arithmetic.
Originals and copies of papers, 1804-1928, of the Davidson family of Frederick County, Va. Includes correspondence from Samuel Davidson in Sacramento, California to his father, William Davidson and brother David Davidson describing California in the Gold Rush era. The papers also include a deed, 5 April 1773, signed by Thomas Lord Fairfax to Thomas Talbot for land in Frederick County, Va. and genealogical material concerning the Davidson family.
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, 1866-1899, of Jesse P. Fry, Meadow Mills, Frederick County, Va. Includes correspondence and accounts. Also includes a letter written in 1922.
Journal, 1853-1877, of Harris & Keller, merchants, at Middletown, Frederick County, Va. which includes a receipt, 1876, for lanterns and lamps for a camp meeting at Winchester [Va.]
Journal, 1861, of Stephenson and Snapp, merchants, of Stephenson's Depot, Frederick County, Virginia. 123 pages:bound volume;34 cm.
Account book, 1827-1859, of George Wright of Middletown, Frederick County, Va. (concerning a foundry and general merchandise store) which contains notes on the guardianship of John Wright's children and the settlement of George Bell's estate.