Wythe County (Va.)
Found in 47 Collections and/or Records:
Pay voucher for John Dougherty, likely for militia service, signed by James Thompson.
The Richard Faraday Collection consists of photocopies of a formula book for making lead shot at the Shot Tower in Wythe County, Virginia. The collection also includes genealogical notes on Faraday's family.
Letter from Confederate Brigadier General John Buchanan Floyd (1806-1863), written at Camp Jackson (Wytheville, Virginia) to Confederate Secretary of War LeRoy Pope Walker, soliciting an officer's commission for former West Point cadet B. A. Terrett.
This collection contains a transcript of James M. Gibboney's letter to his children detailing his life experiences. Gibboney recalls his actions defending the town of Wytheville, Virginia, during Toland's Raid on July 18, 1863.
The collection contains an account book maintained by David P. Graham, a farmer, merchant and iron furnace owner of Wythe County, Virginia. It includes accounts of servants and workers, showing goods purchased at Graham's store and credits for work performed.
This collection contains account books, including customer account ledgers and order books, of George H. Hager, proprietor of a Wythe County, Virginia general mercantile store.
This collection contains a soldier's benefit receipt paid to Mrs. Margaret Leslie of Wythe County, Virginia, on May 11, 1863, for supplies furnished to James Leslie, a soldier in the 45th Virginia Regiment of the Confederate Army during the American Civil War.
This collection contains the records of a Smyth and Wythe County, Virginia furnace and store operations of the Lobdell Car Wheel Company, including customer store accounts, payroll records, and furnace operation reports.