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Lenoir family papers, 1763-1936, 1975

Author: Lenoir family.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Publication:Lenoir family papers.
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Legal papers include court documents of Waightstill Avery and Walter Waightstill Lenoir and estate papers of Lenoir family members and others. Other papers relate to railroad and road building projects; the Linville Improvment Company and the Linville Building and Loan Association; and Walter Waightstill Lenoir's grist and lumber mill records. Financial papers include promissory notes and volumes listing notes,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Account books
Named Person: Waightstill Avery; Lenoir family.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Lenoir family.
OCLC Number: 31070137
Notes: In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#426).
Description: 13200 items (24.5 linear ft.)
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Legal papers include court documents of Waightstill Avery and Walter Waightstill Lenoir and estate papers of Lenoir family members and others. Other papers relate to railroad and road building projects; the Linville Improvment Company and the Linville Building and Loan Association; and Walter Waightstill Lenoir's grist and lumber mill records. Financial papers include promissory notes and volumes listing notes, debtors, tax records, and bank statements. Memorandum books, 1782-1888, include notes on livestock and agriculture; rental agreements; land surveys and deeds; and records of travel and of political, legal, court, and military activity. There are also records of William Lenoir's partnership in Rousseau and Comapny. Day books, 1802-1865, and account books, 1781-1892, contain entries relating to lumber and construction, land transactions, labor and rents, and sales of crops and other items, as well as business, plantation, agricultural, and political memoranda.

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