Hazard, Isaac Peace, 1794-1879.Georgia Historical Society - Library and Archives1 folder (.05 cubic feet)The collection consists of letters to Isaac Peace Hazard regarding cotton and cloth sales and shipments. Many of the letters have notes of Hazard's replies and account with him. A number of the letters concern "Negro cloth," a coarse, unbleached cotton used for slave's clothing; this cloth is also known as "osnaburgs" or "oznaburgs."Contact InformationCatalog Record
Johnston, Lancelot, 1790-1866.Georgia Historical Society - Library and Archives1 folder (.05 cubic feet)This collection consists of three deeds, two for land in Madison, Georgia, and one in Morgan County, Georgia, all to Lancelot Johnston, as well as a court order for Coleman Strange to pay Lancelot Johnston mortgage and interest, 1823, and a suit for debt, Lancelot Johnston vs. Baldwin Copeland and John F. Johnson, 1866.Contact InformationCatalog Record
LeConte, Emma.Georgia Historical Society - Library and Archives3 folders, 3 volumes (.45 cubic feet)This collection consists largely of the letters of Emma Florence Le Conte Furman and Farish Carter Furman. Also included are a letter of Dorothea Maria McDonald Furman, Farish Carter Furman's grandmother; letters of Mrs. Joseph L Conte, Louis Le Conte, Joseph Le Conte, Jr., Jane Le Conte, and John Le Conte. Also included in the collection are legal papers regarding the estate of George W. Murray, 1836 (Farish Carter was one of the executors), pamphlets and addresses both by and about Joseph Le Conte, an account book containing the estate papers of Farish Carter Furman, 1883-1884, and a ledger and account book of plantation, estate, and household accounts belonging to Emma Le Conte Furman, 1884-1885 and 1887-1896.Contact InformationCatalog Record
McCorrie, Andrew.Georgia Historical Society - Library and Archives1 folder (.05 cubic feet)This collection consists of a bond from Andrew McCorrie of Halifax, St. Georges Parish to Alexander Wylly and Lewis Johnson (or Johnston) of Savannah, as the administrator on the estate of John Cannad. It is a filled-in printed form.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Virginia Yazoo Company.Georgia Historical Society - Library and Archives1 folder (.05 cubic feet)The Virginia Yazoo Company agreed to purchase land from the state of Georgia in 1789. This document is a petition from the company to the state of Georgia seeking to pay the balance of the loan in certificates rather than in script. The petition was written by Patrick Henry and signed by the company executives.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Jones, R.G.Georgia Historical Society - Library and Archives1 folder (.05 cubic feet)This collection consists of a letter from R.G. Jones to Mr. Garmany, written from Milledgeville, Georgia. In the letter, dated 1861, Jones explains that he is leaving for Savannah where he hopes to purchase mules. He asks Garmany to write and tell him when he will be in Savannah. Garmany was in Mitchell County, Georgia.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Charlton, Felix E., b. ca. 1817.Georgia Historical Society - Library and Archives1 folder (.05 cubic feet)This collection consists of Felix E. Charlton's answers to interrogatories in a case in Richmond County, Georgia, involving James M. Carter and Thomas Barrett, whose firm was named James M. Carter and Company. In his responses, Charlton states he worked in their store for some time, beginning in 1831. The answers were recorded in Mobile, Alabama, in 1834.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Batayais family.Georgia Historical Society - Library and Archives1 folder (.05 cubic feet)This collection consists of two letters, from members of the Batayais family, written in Greek. With the two letters is a miscellaneous paper, also in Greek. Also included is a telegram from Gus and Mattie Costello to Konctanenos G. Mpatagias, written from Birmingham, Alabama in 1921; Mpatagias may have been a member of the Batayais family.Contact InformationCatalog Record
National Society Colonial Dames of America in the State of Georgia.Georgia Historical Society - Library and Archives3 boxes (1.5 cubic feet)This collection contains bible records, deeds, letters, marriage records, military commissions, notes, wills, and other genealogy material related to families primarily in Georgia. Other states listed in conjunction with these records are South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, and New Jersey. Family names included in this collection are: Adams, Allgood, Anderson, Armstrong, Artley, Ashburn, Bacon, Baker, Baldwin, Banks, Barnard, Barnett, Barrett, Barrow, Beall, Bell, Benton, Berrien, Blackmar, Bradwell, Broughton, Bruce, Bryant, Bugg, Bunn, Burdett, Burton, Butler, Callaway, Camber, Carswell, Carter, Clark, Cobbs, Conyers, Demere, Dennis, Dent, DuBose, Dull, Florl, Fox, Gibbons, Goldwire, Goodloe, Gordon, Habersham, Hall, Harber, Harrison, Henderson, Hodges, Horton, Huger, Hunter, Jefferson, Jenkins, Johnson, Kennon, Lanier, Law, Love, Lynah, McDonald, McDowell, McCulloch, McGavock, McIntosh, McKinley, McMath, MacKenzie, Mallory, Mandeville, Marbury, Marsh, Martin, Mauve, ... MoreContact InformationCatalog Record
Feiler, Jane Abeshouse, 1936-Georgia Historical Society - Library and Archives3 boxes (2.5 cubic feet)This collection contains correspondence, agendas, memorandums, seminar reports, articles, financial records, and other program materials relating to the yearly programs held by Leadership Savannah from 1964 to 1984 to enrich local community leaders. This collection makes up the organizational records held by Jane A. and Edwin J. Feiler, Jr. as president and chairman of Leadership Savannah in Savannah, Georgia.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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