Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: https://lccn.loc.gov/sh85036130
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract A letter from Hopkins to Silas Parsons of Huntsville, Alabama, about the debt and finances of clients
File — Box 4257.001: , Folder: 22
Scope and Contents Letter written by A. W. Johnson of Belfast, Maine, to Josiah Crosby, Esquire, of Sexter, Maine, regarding a sum of money owed to him by a person that lived close to Dexter and asking for assistance in collecting the money.
Dates: 1848 July 21
Overview Letter from Brumby, dated 2 April 1834, from Tuscaloosa, to the firm of Wragg and Stewart in Montgomery, Alabama, concerning a debt owed to the firm
Dates: 1834 April 2
Abstract A summons from Jonathan Burford, Circuit Court clerk, to the sheriff of Lawrence County, Alabama, asking the sheriff to compel John P. Broadnax, William F. Broadnax, and William Faxhall to pay debts.
Dates: 1821 May 1
Abstract A letter dated 16 August 1821, from Huntsville, Alabama to Haynie Hatchett, McFarland store, Lunenburg County, Virginia, concerning his recollection of a debt owed to Hatchett, news of family, friends and business. It notes the burning of the newly built theatre in town, the construction of a canal, and the state of local crops.
File — Box 4250.001, Folder: 2
Scope and Contents This collection consists of two legal documents. The first, dated September 16, 1801, states that Matthias Crumb, then about to marry a widow, Margaret Eastridge, is to sell some of his property to Abigail Swearingen to establish an estate that will provide for the future maintenance of his new wife and her heirs. The sale included an enslaved person named Bobb, about eighteen years old; as well as "four head of horses, and two feather beds." This document was witnessed by Worden Pope and Alex...
Dates: 1801, 1807
File — Box 4250.001, Folder: 13
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a letter dated October 19, 1847, from W. G. Hann to Thompson M. Parish of Lake Providence, Louisiana, agreeing to Parish's proposal to take Lucy, an enslaved person belonging to Hann, in lieu of payment for a debt, if that debt is as much as $500, Hann being uncertain of the exact amount since his books are not with him. The rest of the letter discusses Lucy's health, the conditions where Hann is living, and his financial circumstances. The letter is written from Elk...
Dates: 1847 October 19