Washington County (Va.)
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Bristol, Tennessee-Virginia. Bristol Chamber of Commerce, . 22 x 29 in. [FOLDER C-2]
The Thomas W. Colley Collection contains correspondence, financial documents, such as ledgers, receipts, and deeds, temperance society sermons, electoral cards, a Veteran's Meeting minute book, Civil War reminiscences, and a roll for the First Virginia Company D Volunteer Cavalry's wounded and dead for 1861. The majority of the collection dates from 1860 to 1920.
Letter from William Lewis Colley to sister, written from a hospital around Winchester, VA, September 3d, 1861. In the letter Colley describes how he accidentally shot off his little finger on his left hand while on picket duty on Millwood Pike near the Opequon River four miles from Winchester.
The collection contains a document assessing the value of enslaved persons and lands held by Robert Edmiston, of Washington County, Virginia.
The collections consists of letters written from a George L. Ferguson to Julia Harvey Ingles in 1918 and 1919, during World War I.
The collection includes a report of a Washington County, Virginia commission examining the accounts of L. L. Henderson, guardian of the children of William Trigg, deceased.
This collection contains seven ledgers and one letter from the estate of Isaac Horne (1801-1878) of Glade Spring, Washington County, Virginia. The ledgers show the Hornes owned a dry goods, fabric and tanning business. Transactions are recorded selling leather items to Confederate Soldiers during the American Civil War.