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John Haywood papers, 1790-1903.

Author: John Haywood
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The John Haywood items, 1790-1826, are scattered and disconnected in nature, and many are badly damaged. Correspondents include Samuel Ashe, John Hogg, Samuel Johnston, and Thomas Ruffin, and Alexander Martin, Benjamin Rush, and A.C. Thomas, all of Philadelphia. Topics include primarily personal business and family affairs, but some mention is made of North Carolina financial conditions. The papers of George  Read more...
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Named Person: Samuel A Ashe; Emsley Burgess; Nancy Burgess; George Washington Haywood; John Haywood; Joseph A Haywood; Martha A Haywood; John Hogg; Samuel Johnston; Thomas Ruffin; Benjamin Rush; Burgess family.; Haywood family.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: John Haywood
OCLC Number: 24864392
Notes: In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#1901).
Description: ca. 150 items (1.0 linear ft.)
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The John Haywood items, 1790-1826, are scattered and disconnected in nature, and many are badly damaged. Correspondents include Samuel Ashe, John Hogg, Samuel Johnston, and Thomas Ruffin, and Alexander Martin, Benjamin Rush, and A.C. Thomas, all of Philadelphia. Topics include primarily personal business and family affairs, but some mention is made of North Carolina financial conditions. The papers of George Washington Haywood, 1835-1867, relate to his legal business and clients, but include a series of letters addressed to Emsley Burgess and his wife, Nancy, of Franklinton, Randolph County, N.C., written by their children and other relatives in scattered places. Their connection to the Haywoods is unclear. Joseph A. Haywood items include correspondence, 1885, concerning his attempt to patent a grinding mill. Martha A. Haywood items include a volume, 1902-1903, containing accounts and a draft of a romantic novel.

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