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Doc 6352

 Container

Contains 19 Results:

Arthur G. Beazley, M.D., Family Papers

 File — doc: 6352, Folder: 633
Identifier: Folder 633, mf 186
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Papers include letters, resolutions, and essays to and from family members. Most concern Civil War memorial organizations, ceremonies, and memorabilia.

Dates: Majority of material found in 1893 - 1905

Lucy W. Adkins incoming Civil War letter

 File — doc: 6352, Folder: 596
Identifier: Folder 596, mf 173
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

A letter from the Treasury Dept., C.S.A., that accompanied {dollar}48.03, "which is for the payment of your deceased husband, Thomas Adkins, for his service as a private in Capt. Hill's Co. M, 1st GA Regulars."

Dates: 1862

Jared Bashford Civil War letter

 File — doc: 6352, Folder: 628
Identifier: Folder 628, mf 174
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

The letter was written from Savannah, Georgia, where Jared was serving in the 18th Regiment. Missouri Volunteers, Company D, after the city's surrender.

Dates: 1865

Warren Akin Civil War letters to Nathan Land

 File — doc: 6352, Folder: 598
Identifier: Folder 598, mf 175
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Detailed and expressive letters from Akin to his friend during a time when both men had left their homes to take refuge in Elberton and Brooks County, Georgia, respectively. Akin wrote about family relations, medical services, religious affairs, politics, states rights, his philosophy concerning slaves, and various disasters. He was able to give Land a complete account of the Union Army's destruction of Cassville.

Dates: 1864 - 1865

William Brooks Civil War letter

 File — doc: 6352, Folder: 658
Identifier: Folder 658, mf 176
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

A letter to Brooks' brother that his wife was ill and he should return home if there were a "chanch for you to git off." The date of the letter appears to be March, either 30th or 31st. It seems more likely from content to be March 30; and the only period when William was at home and a married brother (Benjamin married to Julia) was in service was September 1861 - May 1862.

Dates: 1862(?)

A. J. Cleavland [Cleveland] Civil War letter

 File — doc: 6352, Folder: 700
Identifier: Folder 700, mf 178
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

A. J. wrote to his son, S. C., that he wanted him home: "Donot Be afervill. all of your Company is at home and they say that they intend to stay ther."

Dates: 1864

William H. Hardman Civil War letter

 File — doc: 6352, Folder: 837
Identifier: Folder 837, mf 182
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Hardman became captain of Company I, 55th Regiment Georgia Volunteers, was captured in 1863, and served 22 months at Johnson's Island Union prison in Ohio, from which this letter was written to his wife.

Dates: 1863

Charles Melton [Milton] Jones tax record

 File — doc: 6352, Folder: 893
Identifier: Folder 893, mf 183
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

"Form of the estimate and assessment of agricultural products...to lay taxes for the common defence and carry on the government of the Confederate States," showing amounts of wheat, corn, cured fodder, and wool raised by Col. C. M. Jones.

Dates: no date (between 1861 - 1865)

James R. Middleton Civil War letter

 File — doc: 6352, Folder: 974
Identifier: Folder 974, mf 187
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Letter to Judge J. L. Johnston about Middleton's taking "charge of the sick of two of the companies of our Battalion Station on the Chattahoochee," June 20th.

Dates: 1864

George W. Mullenix [Mullinix] Civil War letter

 File — doc: 6352, Folder: 993
Identifier: Folder 993, mf 189
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Second Lieutenant Mullenix or Mullinax, of the 1st Georgia State Troops or Militia, requested Captain Kelly to intercede with Colonel Young for him and the following members of the State Militia who wanted to join Young's command: H. F. Arrendale, W. T. Narrel or Norrell, G. W. Roberts, A. I. Mullenix, Elijah V. Mullenix, and himself.

Dates: 1864

William J. Perryman Civil War papers

 File — doc: 6352, Folder: 1034
Identifier: Folder 1034, mf 191
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Includes a receipt for stock in the Campbell County Salt Manufacturing Company, 1863, and an Oath of Allegiance signed by Perryman in September 1865 in the same place.

Dates: 1863 and 1865

John Benjamin Roberts Civil War papers

 File — doc: 6352, Folder: 1075
Identifier: Folder 1075, mf 192
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Civil War leave papers, a pass, and a referral to a surgeon in February 1865.

Dates: 1864 - 1865

R. C. Saxon Civil War letter to Nathan Land

 File — doc: 6352, Folder: 1091
Identifier: Folder 1091, mf 193
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Letter from "Camp Foster" in Cartersville, Bartow County, GA, about plans to get up a regiment and draw the officers from among their friends. This was probably the 4th Regiment Georgia Reserves, of which Saxon was elected captain in the next month, May.

Dates: 1864

T. Bartow Hines incoming papers

 File — doc: 6352, Folder: 859
Identifier: Folder 859, mf 180
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Letters, valentine compositions, and business papers. Included is an 1847 receipt from James M. Quimby of New York for a two-seated Rockaway purchased by Moses Sinquefield. The early business letters are addressed to Sinquefield, but the later papers are all to Hines, some from Meriwether County to Coweta County, Georgia.

Dates: Majority of material found in 1843 - 1850, 1882 - 1930, and no date

Wesley Wailes Thomas incoming letters

 File — doc: 6352, Folder: 1161
Identifier: Folder 1161, mf 196
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The collection contains a long 1842 letter by Levin Wailes (Wesley's great uncle) on the Thomas family of Maryland genealogy; an 1844 letter by sister Parmelia in Walton County, Georgia, on religion; two 1845 letters by Wesley's father, Rev. E. L. Thomas, written from Eatonton, Putnam County, and Oxford, Newton County, Georgia, describing his health, the dispersal of his slaves and other assets, Emory College financial matters, politics, and Methodist doings; three 1847 letters by sister...
Dates: 1842 - 1847 and n.d.

Hilliard L. Currier field survey notebook

 File — doc: 6352, Folder: 735
Identifier: Folder 735, mf 202
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Hilliard L. Currier recorded elevations, distances and topographical sketches from the initial survey of the Western and Atlantic's route from the Tennessee border to the Chattahoochee River at what became Atlanta, Georgia. Recipes for preparing meat appear on p. 3. Also included is a Currier family history by the donor. See the records of the Western & Atlantic Railroad (RG 1-1-65) for more information.

Dates: 1837

Cobb County (Ga.) recorded deeds

 File — doc: 6352, Folder: 702
Identifier: Folder 702, mf 188
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

These deeds from Cobb, Campbell, Fulton, and Washington Counties document land transactions between the Barge, Peacock, Maxwell, Love MConnell, Queen, Beavers, and Glore families. Most are recorded in Cobb County or not at all.

Dates: 1838 - 1871

J. G. Martin account book

 File — doc: 6352, Folder: 943
Identifier: Folder 943, mf 185
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Milner, Pike County (now Lamar County), Georgia, account book kept by Martin for J. F. M. English, listing his accounts and notes owed him. Martin may have functioned as accountant or banker. 50 pages numbered by archivist. Other pages missing.

Dates: 1887

A.J. Bryan Civil War parole papers

 File — doc: 6352, Folder: 665
Identifier: F-665, mf 177
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

The parole paper was issued at Macon, GA, May 15, 1865, for Bryan of the 11th Regt. GA Vols., Co. A; however, he cannot be found on that company's roster.

Dates: 1865