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Richard J. Reid papers 1770-1910.

Author: James Wood BouldinPreston BowkerJ H CarringtonHenry Eaton ColemanDabney CosbyAll authors
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Correspondence, accounts, receipts, ledgers, other business records, family records, legal papers, a weather calendar (1860-63), and other papers and records of various persons, firms, and institutions of Southside Virginia, particularly of Pittsylvania, Franklin, and Halifax counties, concerning hotels, land, railroads, schools, churches including the trial of Deacon John Dowdy for immorality, slavery, tobacco,
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Genre/Form: Business records
Family papers
Legal documents
Maps
Military records
Trials, litigation, etc
Personal narratives, Confederate
Genealogy Sources
Named Person: John W Dowdy; Peter D Holland; Richard J Reid; Barksdale family.; Holland family.; Hubbard family.; Martin family.; Overstreet family.; Spragins family.; Watlington family.
Material Type: Biography, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: James Wood Bouldin; Preston Bowker; J H Carrington; Henry Eaton Coleman; Dabney Cosby; John W Daniel; William A J Finney; John w Guerrant; Benjamin Harrison; Peter D Holland; Fred W M Holliday; John Hook; Hugh H Hurt; Richard Jones; Fitzhugh Lee; Robert E Lee; Thomas S Martin; W P Maxey; John Peter Mettauer; James Mitchell; R H Moody; Beverley B Munford; Richard Randolph; G S S Reid; Richard J Reid; Edward W Saunders; Langhorne Scruggs; Ann Thompson; George Tucker; W. T.; James M Whittle; D.C. Ragsdale & Co.; Dickinson & Pleasant.; Easley and Hurt.; George H. West & Company.; Levi and William Harris.; Ragsdale, Carrington & Company.; West & Company.; West and Hurt.
OCLC Number: 647972117
Description: 2500 items.

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Correspondence, accounts, receipts, ledgers, other business records, family records, legal papers, a weather calendar (1860-63), and other papers and records of various persons, firms, and institutions of Southside Virginia, particularly of Pittsylvania, Franklin, and Halifax counties, concerning hotels, land, railroads, schools, churches including the trial of Deacon John Dowdy for immorality, slavery, tobacco, politics, the Civil War including action at Staunton River Bridge, miscellaneous letters, an 1861 map of the Charleston, S.C. harbor, an undated map of the proposed map of the Saltville & Lebanon Railroad, and other aspects of economic and social life.

Includes records (2 v., 1790-1832) of the County Line Baptist Church in Pittsylvania County; letters and circulars (1790-1830) of the Pittsylvania County Clerk; Confederate post office accounts in Halifax County; records of the Barksdale (1780-1860), Holland (1830-80), Hubbard (1813-80), Martin, Overstreet (1783-1843), Spraggin (1810-50), and Watlington (1812-1814) families.

Also correspondence, business records, and other papers of James W. Bouldin, Preston Bowker (1819-55), J.H. Carrington (1854-55), Henry Eaton Coleman, Dabney Cosby (1830-50), John W. Daniel, Joseph Dickinson & Pleasant (1817-60), Easley and Hurt, W.O.J. Finney (1850-90), John W. Guerrant (1845-60), Levi and William Harris (1830-70), Benjamin Harrison, Peter D. Holland, Frederick W.M. Holliday, John Hook (1774-1810), H.H. Hurt, Richard Jones, Fitzugh Lee, Robert E. Lee (copies re the battle of Staunton River Bridge), Thomas Staples Martin (routine patronage), W.P. Maxey, John Peter Mettauer, James Mitchell, R.H. Moody, Beverley B. Munford, D.C. Ragsdale & Co. and Ragsdale, Carrington & Co. (1770-1858), Richard Randolph, G.S.S. Reid, E.W. Saunders, Langhorne Scruggs (1840-1900), Ann D. Thompson, George Tucker, William Tunstall (1780-1850), George H. West & Co., West and Hurt, and James M. Whittle (1835-80).

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