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Gray family papers, 1722-1879

Author: Gray family.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Microfilm : Master microform : English
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Primarily business and personal correspondence, bills, and accounts, 1846-1879, of George Gray, mainly concerning shingle shipments, his cotton plantation near Marianna, Fla., Albemarle Sound fisheries (chiefly 1870s), and the education of his children at the Bingham School, Wesleyan Female College, and elsewhere. Correspondents include William Rhodes Capehart, Joseph B. Roulhac, William B. Boykin, Henry A. Gilliam,
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Genre/Form: Account books
Named Person: William B Boykin; William Rhodes Capehart; Henry A Gilliam; Gray family.; George Gray; John Gray; Stevens Gray; William Gray; William Lee Gray; John McKenzie; John Gray Roulhac; J B G Roulhac
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Gray family.
OCLC Number: 25677982
Notes: In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#1681).
Master microfilm (M-1681) held by: NcU.
Microfilm filmed by University of North Carolina, Library, Photographic Service, 2000.
Description: ca. 650 items (1.5 linear feet)
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Primarily business and personal correspondence, bills, and accounts, 1846-1879, of George Gray, mainly concerning shingle shipments, his cotton plantation near Marianna, Fla., Albemarle Sound fisheries (chiefly 1870s), and the education of his children at the Bingham School, Wesleyan Female College, and elsewhere. Correspondents include William Rhodes Capehart, Joseph B. Roulhac, William B. Boykin, Henry A. Gilliam, and John Roulhac. Also included are legal papers and business letters, 1722-1846, of John Gray, William Gray, Stevens Gray, George Gray, and William Lee Gray. Volumes include personal and merchants' accounts, 1816-1819, 1837-1847, and 1854-1857, and also notes and accounts by John McKenzie for a trip from North Carolina to Boston, 1765-1766.

Microfilm contents: Reel 1. Folders 1-22. -- Reel 2. Folders 23-38. -- Reel 3. Undated volumes 1-4.

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