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William Chamberlayne papers

William Chamberlayne

William Chamberlayne papers

by William Chamberlayne

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Published .
Written in English

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  • Plantations

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    Account book relating to operation of plantations.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination1
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25261771M
    LC Control Number82086439

    Jean Skipwith, Lady Skipwith (Febru or - ) was a Virginia plantation owner and manager who is noted for her extensive garden, botanical manuscript notes, and library. At the time of her death, her library was perhaps the largest existing library assembled by a woman.   Re: Jourdan Woolfolk, Caroline Co, VA By Robert Woolfolk J at Section 4, John George Woolfolk, Account Book, Section 4, John George Woolfolk, Account Book, William Chamberlayne Winston, Gabriella Woolfolk, John William Woolfolk (at Bethany College, Bethany, West Virginia), Mary Elizabeth.

    Chamberlain holds numerous NBA records in scoring, rebounding, and durability is the only player to score points in a single NBA game or average more than 40 and 50 points in a season. He won seven scoring, eleven rebounding, and nine field goal percentage titles and led the league in assists once. Chamberlain is the only player in NBA history to average at least 30 points College: Kansas (–). On the inner wall of the chancel of St. Peter's, opposite the memorial tablet to Parson Mossom, is another to William Chamberlayne, vestryman, and for many years one of the church wardens of the parish. The inscription reads as follows: MS Near this place lyes interred ye Body of Mr. William Chamberlayne Late of this Parish Mercht.

    These charges were deducted from TJ’s payment for the slaves hired through William Chamberlayne (TJ to Chamberlayne, 17 Aug. , 6 Jan., 4 Apr., 24 June ). TJ ’s nephew Dabney Carr lived on the east end of Main Street, Charlottesville (Rawlings, Early Charlottesville, p. 63). Belcher Papers, S. Chamberlin, receipt of letter dated J , Belcher Papers MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL SOCIETY, SERIES 6, VOLUME 3 Correspondences of Fitz – John Winthrop Letter from John Chamberlayne to Joseph Dudley, J Letter from John Chamberlayne to Joseph Dudley, Aug, 2,


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Chamberlayne's papers begin in Box 1 with an appointment book for This is followed William Chamberlayne papers book a section of general correspondence, which is arranged alphabetically by year, two folders of accounts and one folder of general financial materials.

William Chamberlayne (ca. –), merchant, mill owner, and planter, resided at Poplar Grove in New Kent County. He represented that county in the Virginia House of Delegates, –96 and –02, and sat in the Senate of Virginia, – William Chamberlayne account book, William Chamberlayne papers Account book containing fragmentary accounts reflecting Chamberlayne's gaming activities and the management of his estate.

Contributor: Chamberlayne, William. The following sample is taken from the first pages of the book. Part I: William and Mary Jane Womack of Henrico Co., Virginia.

The ancestor of most of the Womacks in America today is believed to be William Womack who was born about to presumably in England, county Norfolk. Section 2, Bassett, William (–), Account Book, – This section consists of William Chamberlayne papers book item, an account book, –, of William Bassett.

The account book, which is indexed, was kept by Bassett as a merchant at Eltham,File Size: KB. The first thirty-four pages of the book contain accounts,of a merchant doing business in central and southern England. Names include Joseph Freeman, Edmund Goss, Edmund Green, Thomas Higgs, Thomas Hill, John Lewis, William Poole, Richard Purbeck, James Stanbridge, Thomas Tournay, Robert Warne, and James Young.

In January a hired slave named Tom Buck ran away rather than reporting to Jefferson. He returned in February with severe frostbite, and over the course of this volume Jefferson corresponded with William Chamberlayne, Buck's owner, and Doctor Charles Everette regarding the cost and pace of.

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It focuses on these works as a whole trying to discern the major thematic connections. The William Langner Papers spans nearly sixty years and includes correspondence (both personal and professional), writings, memorabilia, and large amounts of printed material (papers, reports, handbooks, manuals, etc) relating to adult education.

The collection illuminates the growth of interest in adult education of the disabled both at the. The papers of Thomas Jefferson, / Retirement series. 12 August 4 II.

Destutt de Tracy's Commentary on Book 2 of Montesquieu's Esprit des Lois 7 III. Extracts from Destutt de Tracy's Reflections on Montesquieu's First Twelve Books 20 From William C.

Claiborne, 13 August 25 From Henry Dearborn, 15 August 27 From James Madison, 15 August The papers consist chiefly of William McCabe's correspondence with prominent scholars, U.S.

and British literary figures, and Civil War veterans. Topics include the Civil War, the Confederacy, Confederate veterans organizations, World War I, black suffrage, the University of Virginia, and British literature. MEMOIRS OF BARRY LYNDON ESQ ROUNDABOUT PAPERS Hardcover – January 1, by William Makepeace Thackeray (Author) out of 5 stars 16 ratings.

See all 79 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from /5(16). Dorothy Anderson had a son, William Anderson, according to an attested copy of a 15 Feb King William Co., VA Deed of Gift.

Dorothy Anderson, widow of Wm Anderson dec'd of St. John's Parish, gave her son William Anderson 2 young Negroes, Shion and Betty and her increase, as long as he was a minor and only if he outlived her.

CHAMBERLAYNE, JOHN (–), miscellaneous writer, a younger son of Edward Chamberlayne [q. v.], was born aboutprobably in or near London. In he published 'The Manner of making Coffee, Tea, and Chocolate as it is used in most parts of Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, with their Vertues.

The orderly book of that portion of the American army stationed at or near Williamsburg, Va., under the command of General Andrew Lewis, from March 18th,to August 28th, by United States (Book) 12 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

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1 “The Journal of Capture and Confinement in the Tower of London from Aug to December 6, ,” The Papers of Henry Laurens, David C. Chesnutt and C. James Taylor, eds.

(Columbia, SC: The University of South Carolina, ), 2 Ibid., 3 Ibid., 4 William Cobbett, John Wright, et al.,The Parliamentary History of England from the Earliest Period to Author: Bob Ruppert. HAM CHAMBERLAYNE-VIRGINIA ARTILLERY OFFICER/CIVIL WAR/RARE SIGNED $$LETTERS IN WAR for SOUTHERN INDEPENDENCE/NHAM CHAMBERLAYNE--VIRGINIAN.

LETTERS. CHAMBERLAIN or CHAMBERLAYNE, THOMAS (d. ), judge, was son of William Chamberlain, brother to Sir Thomas Chamberlayne, English envoy to the Low Countries. He was admitted a member of Gray's Inn incalled to the bar 25 Jan.and appointed reader to his inn in the autumn of Letters and Papers of Ham Chamberlayne, See these excerpts from the book “Ham Chamberlayne—Virginian,” where there is often mention of the Mississippi Dabneys.

Ham was with his cousin Fred Dabney at the federal prison for Confederate officers on Johnson’s Island. Also processioned: Micajah Wooddey, John Howard, Anthony Winston, Thomas Hooper, William Roundtree Xfered to Thomas Hooper, William Thurmond xfered to Thomas Bates, Farquhar Matheson xfered to James White, John Barker deceased, Rob' Braine, John White, Daniel Booz & William Bailey.(DLW note: Since this is the first John Woody entry after the.HAM CHAMBERLAYNE – VIRGINIAN LETTERS AND PAPERS OF THE ARTILLERY OFFICER IN THE WAR FOR SOUTHERN INDEPENDENCE WITH INTRODUCTION, NOTES AND INDEX BY HIS SON C.G.

CHAMBERLAYNE BY JOHN HAMPDEN CHAMBERLAYNE SIGNED BY CHAMBERLAYNE'S SON LIMITED EDITION - ONLY PRINTED - THIS IS #28 FIRST EDITION Seller Rating: % positive.The William E.

and Helen Woodward papers (dated ; cubic feet; 15 boxes) comprises correspondence, diaries, legal and financial documents, manuscripts, notes and photographs that document William Woodward’s personal, financial, legal, and business matters.