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Papers of the Steele family 1789-1966.

Author: Steele family.; Leander J McCormick; Alexander H H Stuart
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Manuscript : English
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Include correspondence, legal and financial papers of the Steeles Tavern, Augusta County, Va., family and the related Smith, Massie, Moon, Moore, Calvert and Searson families. The correspondence chiefly concerns family news and genealogy.
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Named Person: Calvert family.; Massey family.; Moon family.; Moore family.; Searson family.; Smith family.; Steele family.; John Tyler
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Steele family.; Leander J McCormick; Alexander H H Stuart
OCLC Number: 647821263
Description: 310 (ca.) items.
Other Titles: Steele family papers.

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Include correspondence, legal and financial papers of the Steeles Tavern, Augusta County, Va., family and the related Smith, Massie, Moon, Moore, Calvert and Searson families. The correspondence chiefly concerns family news and genealogy.

Topics include land purchases, estate settlements, horse trades, cattle raising, hard times after the panic of 1837, family members who emigrated to Alabama, Mississippi, Missouri and California.

Of interest are mention of McCormick's reaper, 1833, the whipping to death of a slave, 1842, Tippecanoe Clubs, 1840, the Virginia secession convention, 1861, John Tyler's death, 1862, and a religious revival, 1867.

Legal and financial papers contain bills, promissory notes, receipts, deeds, a will, accounts, indentures, surveys, appointments, an 1814 state license, and an 1861 military exemption certificate.

Correspondents include Leander James McCormick and Alexander Hugh Holmes Stuart.

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