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Papers, 1805-1871.

Author: Byrd family.; Thomas Taylor Byrd; Richard Evelyn Byrd; Ann Harrison Byrd
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Papers of Thomas Taylor Byrd include correspondence, 1827-1839, with merchants in Baltimore, Md., and in Virginia, and concerning the 122nd Infantry Regiment of the Virginia militia; account book, 1829, and loose accounts, 1818-1839, kept as a merchant in Battletown, Frederick County (now Berryville, Clarke County), Va.; and various estate, land and legal papers, 1829-1833. Papers of Richard Evelyn Byrd include  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Account books
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Named Person: Thomas Taylor Byrd; Richard Evelyn Byrd; Ann Harrison Byrd
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Byrd family.; Thomas Taylor Byrd; Richard Evelyn Byrd; Ann Harrison Byrd
OCLC Number: 30383549
Notes: In the collections of the Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, Va. (Mss1/B9968/b).
Description: 285 items.

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Papers of Thomas Taylor Byrd include correspondence, 1827-1839, with merchants in Baltimore, Md., and in Virginia, and concerning the 122nd Infantry Regiment of the Virginia militia; account book, 1829, and loose accounts, 1818-1839, kept as a merchant in Battletown, Frederick County (now Berryville, Clarke County), Va.; and various estate, land and legal papers, 1829-1833. Papers of Richard Evelyn Byrd include correspondence, 1834-1863, relating to his life as a student at the University of Virginia, his service as a delegate to the Virginia Constitutional Convention in 1850-1851, social and family affairs especially in Clarke County, Va., a runaway slave from Spotsylvania County, Va., and with various merchants in the southern states; accounts, 1834- 1854, concerning his law practice in Winchester, Va., and his partnership with James Henry Carson; and miscellaneous papers relating to his activities in the Virginia Constitutional Convention. Correspondence, 1819-1841, of Ann (Harrison) Byrd with William Byrd Harrison tells of the Southampton Insurrection, 1831, and student life at Harvard University.

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