Columbia County - Probate Court - Rowe and Appling Tavern Account Book
Scope and Contents
This series consists of a single bound volume which documents some of the financial activities connected with this tavern for the inclusive dates listed. The tavern was a private business and this account book is, of course a private record, but is included in this sub-group because it was accessioned as part of the governmental records of Columbia County. It is not known when the tavern was founded or the given names of the two owners. The Appling partner may have been the person for whom the town of Appling if now named. This would have been Captain William Appling. Captain Appling donated land to Columbia County in 1807 for the purpose of providing a place for the county's courthouse. Information presented in this volume includes: (1) name of client, (2) type of goods bought, (3) date of purchase and (4) quantity of goods and prices involved in purchase. The type of good involved is mostly alcoholic beverages.
- Created: 1803-1804
- Columbia County (Ga.) (Organization)
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Entries are arranged and listed in chronological order by date of transaction for each account. The volume contains an index in which clients are listed by the initial letter of their surname.
- Columbia County - Probate Court - Rowe and Appling Tavern Account Book
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