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Papers of the Cabell family, 1727-1875.

Author: Joseph C CabellNathaniel Francis CabellNicholas CabellWilliam CabellWilliam H CabellAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Microfilm : English
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The papers include correspondence and other papers of William Cabell, a son Nicholas Cabell and a great-grandson Nathaniel Francis Cabell, including records relating to a legal action of William Cabell against William Mayo and George Carrington; a grant of land, 1739, Goochland County, Va., to William Cabell, signed by William Gooch; a tobacco storage book; records of the Minute Men of Amherst County, Va., a militia
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Genre/Form: Bonds
Genealogies
Land grants
Letters (Correspondence)
Letters patent
Military records
Minutes
Pardons
Formulae, receipts, prescriptions
Genealogy
Named Person: Nathaniel Francis Cabell; Nicholas Cabell; William Cabell; George Carrington; John Hartwell Cocke; William Mayo; Cable family.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph C Cabell; Nathaniel Francis Cabell; Nicholas Cabell; William Cabell; William H Cabell; Edward Carrington; Joshua Fry; John Frye; William Gooch, Sir; Peter Jefferson; John Lewis; John Moore; William Henry Seward; St George Tucker; Thomas Walker; George Berkeley; Soame Jenyns
OCLC Number: 647876569
Reproduction Notes: Microfilm, Manuscripts Division microfilm reel #M-2338.
Description: 515 items.
Other Titles: Cabell family papers

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The papers include correspondence and other papers of William Cabell, a son Nicholas Cabell and a great-grandson Nathaniel Francis Cabell, including records relating to a legal action of William Cabell against William Mayo and George Carrington; a grant of land, 1739, Goochland County, Va., to William Cabell, signed by William Gooch; a tobacco storage book; records of the Minute Men of Amherst County, Va., a militia company under the command of Nicholas Cabell, 1774-1785.

The papers also include a bond, 1763 April 15 between William Cabell, John Moore, John Frye and John Lewis to build a courthouse for Albemarle County, Va., a Civil War pardon signed by William H. Seward, slave lists, a letter re discipline and a permission to marry, fragments of books by George Berkeley and Soame Jenyns and a printed essay on inland navigation, 1766.

Also of interest are lyrics of some Revolutionary War songs; book lists; minutes of Warminster Academy, Nelson County, Va., 1795; letters patent for a medical remedy, 1795; Liberty Hall furniture lists and graveyard plans; a list of emigrants from Virginia to the West and Southwest; a description of thefts by the Union army; and a Cabell family genealogy.

Correspondents and persons named include Edward Carrington, John Hartwell Cocke, Joshua Fry, Peter Jefferson, St. George Tucker, and Thomas Walker.

The material is related to the library's other Cabell collections (including Joseph C. Cabell papers, 1731-1917) and to its Cocke and Jefferson collections.

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