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Papers of the Tayloe family 1756-1893.

Author: Richard H BayardRichard Johns BowieCarter BraxtonJohn Carroll BrentCaleb CushingAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Manuscript : English
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The collection contains the family and business correspondence of the Tayloe family, particularly John Tayloe, Benjamin Ogle Tayloe, William Henry Tayloe, Edward T. Tayloe and Henry Tayloe.
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Genre/Form: Bonds
Correspondence
Diary
Financial records
Indentures
Inventories
Legal documents
Letter books
Personal narratives, Confederate
Named Person: Simón Bolívar; José María Córdova; Vicente Guerrero; William Henry Harrison; James Henderson; Thomas Jefferson; Joel Roberts Poinsett; David Porter; Walter Smith; Taylor family.
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Richard H Bayard; Richard Johns Bowie; Carter Braxton; John Carroll Brent; Caleb Cushing; Richard Cutts; John Dean Dickinson; Charles Glover; Francis Granger; Gideon Granger; Paul Hamilton; George Hay; Jared Ingersoll; Thomas Law; Henry Lee; John Tayloe Lomax; Jacob Read; Samuel Ripley; Francisco de Paula Santander; Gustavus Scott; Benjamin Stoddert; Benjamin Ogle Tayloe; Edward Thornton Tayloe; Henry A Tayloe; John Tayloe; John Peter Van Ness; John Hankins Wallace; Charles I White; Ralph Randolph Wormeley
OCLC Number: 647837130
Description: 200 items.
Other Titles: Tayloe family papers.
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Abstract:

The collection contains the family and business correspondence of the Tayloe family, particularly John Tayloe, Benjamin Ogle Tayloe, William Henry Tayloe, Edward T. Tayloe and Henry Tayloe.

Much of the correspondence concerns family plantations in Virginia, Maryland and Alabama. Topics include plantation management; cotton cultivation in Alabama and transactions with cotton brokers in New Orleans and Mobile; the Civil War and difficulties of running a plantation under wartime conditions; transportation of slaves from Virginia to Alabama, slave sales and runaways; the Octagon House, Washington, D.C.; horse racing and breeding; and family finances and legal affairs.

Of interest is a letter from Edward Tayloe to Benjamin O. Tayloe, 1824 September 19, describing a visit to Thomas Jefferson at Monticello.

Business papers, 1795-1820, concern real estate transactions in Georgetown and Washington, D.C. In addition there are letterbooks and a diary of Mrs. Ogle Tayloe.

Of interest are letters from Edward Thornton Tayloe in Mexico and Bogotà discussing the countries, their government, people, religion, and mining operations and mentioning Joel Poinsett, David Porter, Simón Bolivár, Vicente Guerrero, William Henry Harrison, José María Córdova, and James Henderson.

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