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Weyman family papers, 1719-1934.

Author: Weyman family.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Family corresopndence; bills and receipts for household expenses; legal papers re the settlement of the estate of Catherine Weyman; materials re Samuel Gale's invovlement with the South Carolina Factorage business on the Rio Pongo in Guinea (West Africa), which was destroyed by the British in 1814 in an effort to eliminate the trade in African slaves; and legal papers documenting Gale's claims for compensation
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Genre/Form: Estate
Named Person: Catherine Weyman; Samuel Gale; Wayman family.
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Weyman family.
OCLC Number: 827739038
Description: 671 items.
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Family corresopndence; bills and receipts for household expenses; legal papers re the settlement of the estate of Catherine Weyman; materials re Samuel Gale's invovlement with the South Carolina Factorage business on the Rio Pongo in Guinea (West Africa), which was destroyed by the British in 1814 in an effort to eliminate the trade in African slaves; and legal papers documenting Gale's claims for compensation following the factory's destruction by British troops.

Places represented include Charleston (S.C.), Bangor (Maine), Glennville (Alabama), Bexar County (Texas), New York (N.Y.), South America: Bogota and Maracaibo (in Colombia), Rio Pongo (in Guinea, Africa), and elsewhere.

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