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Papers of Ada P. Bankhead, 1805-1865.

Author: Ada Pyne BankheadAsa HumeRichard Payne StewartThomas E DiggesJ S White, MrsAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Includes two letters, 1825, to Asa Hume of Warrenton, concerning a lawsuit pertaining to hire of slaves; letter, 1849, to Richard Payne Stewart from Thomas E. Digges, containing gossip and family news; letter, 1841, to Richard Payne Stewart, Culpeper Court House, Va., from H.G. Garrett, Wyatt, Miss., concerning cotton crops, courtship, and travel in Mississippi, Virginia, and Louisiana.
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Genre/Form: Letters
Wills
Invitations
Military records
Trials, litigation, etc
Records and correspondence
Named Person: Ada Pyne Bankhead; Asa Hume; Richard Payne Stewart; Thomas E Digges; J S White, Mrs.; H G Garrett; James Johnston; William H Cocke; Isaac W Darrett; James Woods
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Ada Pyne Bankhead; Asa Hume; Richard Payne Stewart; Thomas E Digges; J S White, Mrs; H G Garrett; James Johnston; Isaac W Darrett; James Woods; Confederate States of America. War Department.
OCLC Number: 32135420
Description: 12 items.

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Includes two letters, 1825, to Asa Hume of Warrenton, concerning a lawsuit pertaining to hire of slaves; letter, 1849, to Richard Payne Stewart from Thomas E. Digges, containing gossip and family news; letter, 1841, to Richard Payne Stewart, Culpeper Court House, Va., from H.G. Garrett, Wyatt, Miss., concerning cotton crops, courtship, and travel in Mississippi, Virginia, and Louisiana.

Also include two letters, 1865, from Mrs. J.S. White to her granddaughter, concerning interaction with Union soldiers, slaves' abandonment of the household, and social news.

Also include will, 1805, of James Johnston of Isle of Wight County, Va., and will, 1823, of William H. Cocke, of Isle of Wight County, Va.; bill of sale, 1829, of slaves of Isaac W. Darrett of Albemarle County, Va., to James Woods, Nelson County, Va.; invitation, 1864, to ball given by Lee's Cavalry Division; and safe conduct pass, 1865, issued by Confederate States of America War Department.

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