CREATOR DESCRIP OBJECTID OBJNAME COLLECTION TITLE
2004.042 Chart Genealogy  
Mark Haven Beach memorabelia, Markham family 2005.008 Disk, Magnetic  
Lowery's Seafood Restaurant, Tappahannock n.d. prob c. 1960s, waitress order book 2005.035 Order book Tappahannock Business  
pledge for Ritchie House restoration, n.d. 2005.036 Card Tappahannock  
from war memorial on courthouse green 2005.037 Splinter Tappahannock  
from Blanche Hawkins , mailed at Pauls Crossroads to Mrs. H.T. Wood in Home for Confederate Women, Richmond, 1907, has hen and chicks artwork 2005.038 card, postal  
To P.W. Lewis, Millers Tavern, from Bell book and Stationery Co. , Richmond, 1919, about book: "Belles, Beaux and Brains of the '60s" 2005.039 card, postal  
WWII US Defense Savings Bond Album 2005.062 Savings Bond World War II  
Copy of the April 8, 1862, NY Tribune accounting the Union Occupation of Tappahannock 2005.066 clipping, newspaper  
1942 invitation to Kelley Field Texas Flight Navigation School 2005.08 Invitation  
1905 calender with aphorisms 2005.081 Calender  
Guard Duty Rules, Headquarters 7th Army Corps, Camp Cuba Libre, Jacksonville, Fla 2005.082 Rule Book Military  
Set of five colored front pages depicting VA history 2005.65 Newspaper  
Front page Rapp. Times WWII Reserve Militia 2005.69 Newspaper  
wedding invitation for Lewis-Rennolds wedding 1941 2006.34 Invitation  
Ehibit, John C. Brizendine and Family 2007.09 Panel Archaeology  
1941 Maddox Bldg. Letters 2007.39 Tappahannock  
1 post card St. Johns Tappahannock 2007.53 Postcard  
article about historic Tappahannock, no date, with map, history of Tappahannock 2007.66 clipping, newspaper  
Brockenbrough genealogy from a prayer book, 2 pages 2007.68 Paper Geneaology  
Collection includes photographs, plaques and certificates relating to the Ernest A. Gaines family 2007.69 Memorabilia  
Sherwood Forrest Motel, U.S. Route 17, Tapp. n.d., i sheet, white w. black ink, and logo w. Robin Hood 2008.03 Stationery Tappahannock Business  
J.E.T. Hunter Large ledger format, Essex and Tappahannock related clippings, etc. 1930s-1960s 2008.31 Scrapbook  
Five receipts, 1849-52 from Lucy Gray of Tappahannock to Edward Macon Ware for schooling for his daughters 2008.48 Receipt Education  
Preliminary Chart of Rappahannock River, Virginia, from Occupacia Creek to Deep Creek, 1857. 18X29 1/2in. - hand colored 2009.03 Chart  
1955 Non-resident angling license for Ontario, Canida, to Majak C. Taylor, Tappahannock, VA 2009.38 License Waring, Wright
"Harris Reflects on Successful Life"; Rappahannock Times 30 July 2008. Thomas Harris, Tappahannock Business 2009.41 Newspaper Clipping Brown, Saunders, Ijams Familes
"Tappahannock Will Start Tricentennial Party" Richmond Times Dispatch, August 6, 1980 2009.47 Newspaper Clipping  
From Robert Beverley, immigrant, to Barbara Pessagno Wrenn 2009.48 Chart, genealogy The Hill Family
Presentation at UDC Chapter 2570 22 April 2009 on General Robert S. Garnett 2009.54 Lecture Presentation  
Southside Bank Check for $3.00 to Dr. E.G. Stewart signed by Ruth Beverley Jeter dated 2 March 1948 2009.58 Check  
Blagmon 35 pages; Blagmon family genealogy 2009.6 Genealogy  
"Loading at Tappahannock, Va From the Rappa River Bridge, ca 1940s 2009.8 Post card  
Record books from United Methodist Church 2010.02 Records Moffat's Good Samartin (sp?)
Family tree of Charles Samuel Smith and Lalla Rook(Wright) Smith of "Woodville," 1 page 2010.08 Records Charles Samuel Smith, Lalla Rook Wright  
brochure of Tappahannock, Va. 2010.1 Brochure Establish Presbyterian Church in South Farnham Parish
Dec 1966 issue of Northern Neck of Va Historical Magazine w/ article "The Leedstown Resolutions" 2010.13 Magazine File on the light German trench mortar
Coan River Warf sketch by W.Martz,Northumberland Co.Va 1981 2010.16 Post card Haile, Saunders, Wright families
"Ballards of Essex,and Stafford" 25 pp history;written by Mr. Stewart 2010.2 Genealogy Ballards  
oral history materials 2010.25 Oral history materials Receipt
Tappahannock-Essex County Chamber of Commerce minutes and letters,ca. 1965-72, in 3 manila folders 2010.26 Minutes/letters Promissory note
"Essex War Monument, Nov 7,2009" listing of names on monument and information about installation and dedication 2010.28 Booklet  
CD of Essex Newspaper,etc. data compiled by Mary Wright,Vols I & II 2010.29 CD Promissory note
brochure:"Virginia's Annual Autumn Pilgrimage,1966,"features Blandfield on cover, inculdes Vauter's Church, Brooke's Bank 2010.3 Brochure Account
Mark-Haven Beach,African-American resort, Markham,by Lillian McGuire,House and Home Magazine,Jul-Aug,2010 2010.45 Magazine article Marrk-Haven Beach  
Muscoe Brooks of Bray's in 1935, a farmer 2011.02 CD Oral History  
movie guide "Hang me up" advertisement fragment; 5.25 X 6 inches, for Daw Theater, Tappahannmock, ca 1960s. Movies listed: "McKenna's Gold," "Uncle Tom's Cabin," "The Bridge At Remagen," "Ring of Bright Water" 2011.19 Movie guide Suzanne Derieux  
Post card--Mark Haven Beach, Tappahannock; R.A. Markham owner and manager. 2011.21 Post card Judith Delong  
Papers related to the Essex County Bicentennial Pageant. Envelope is addressed to Mr. Barker Spindle, Hustle, VA 22476, from Catherine P. DeShazo, Tappahannock. 2011.22 Manilla envelope of papers Account
from Loretto, Essex County 2011.25 Store Ledger 1946 Almanack
Vauter's Episcopal Church history 2011.35 Brochure Mr. and Mrs. Willard D. Hoskins
Approximately 100 issues of life magazine. 2011.38 Magazines Essex Memories
2011.41 Newspaper clipping Woods of Essex
Northern Neck News, July 13, 2011, Emmerson's Ordinary, Tappahannock owner and restorer, George Jennings. 2011.43 Newspaper clipping Upper Rappahannock Geography and History
Mary Virginia Haile of Elton, Essex Co. 2011.44 Scrapbook James Admas Floating Theater or Showboat
Describes the murder of Dr. William Croxton by his slaves; includes transcription. 2012.04 clipping, newspaper Hoskins Creek
2012.06 Map  
2012.08 Program Elizabeth Stockdon
Lucy Yates Brockenbrough A letter written by Lucy Yates Brockenbrough on behalf of her grandmother, Lucy Wellford Gray, to MIss Isabella Babcock of Woodstock, Vt. regarding the potential settlement of a debt owed by Mrs. Gray to Miss Babcock. The letter contains dried rose petals to "sweeten the message". 2012.3 Letter Brockenbrough  
Collection of early 1900's Tappahannock newspapers 2013.02 Newspapers Claude Stockdon
Col. Wallace B. Stockdon A memoir of his experiences at Bowler's Wharf where his family built a summer cottage in 1926 when he was two years old. 95 pages with pencil illustrations. Topics include steamboats, watermen, show boat, crabbing, oystering, Bowler's Rock Light and boats. 2013.12 Manuscript Volume 5
Lucy (?) Letter from Lucy (?) to Mrs. Julia Ann McGill, Jefferson P.O., Frederick Co., Md. sent from Millers Tavern, heading: Willow Grove, Feb.9, 1838, four pages 2013.14 Letter Volume 10
One handmade envelope addressed to Mrs. Maria R.R. Gooch, Tappahannock, mailed from Millers Tavern, VA; no letter inside 2013.15 Envelope Volume 15
Envelope or cover with a five cent Confederate stamp with head of Jefferson Davis. Stamp is "Stone two inch position 20 short transfer." Envelope is addressed to Dr. George Bagby, Richmond, VA. Cancellation is Tappahannock, VA. date illegible. 2013.16 Envelope Volume 7
File on the light German trench mortar, minenwerfer, that belonged to the Essex County Board of Supervisors and was formerly displayed in front of the Courthouse; contains information and photographs 2013.2 Documents Volume 8
Albert Cason Rennolds in the Civil War, Va. Infantry, 55th Regiment, Company F, 21 Oct. 1861 -- 19 June 1865. 2013.21 Poster Volume 9
Topics: Boats, crabbing, farming,hunting, fishing. 34 pages; photographic essay; color photos 2013.33 Magazine  
Brooks Family Genealogy; 7 p; line of Lewis Brooks (1894 - 1952), Newport News, Va 2013.34 Family genealogy Thomas Blackwell  
Program for the funeral of Ernest A. Gaines, who served on the Tappahannock Town Council, at First Baptist Church, Tappahannock. 2014.1 Program  
Contains scans of Tappahannock bank photos and items for EVB Centennial. 2014.12 C.D.  
C.D. containing James Smith's postcard collection 2014.15 C.D.  
One letter from Muscoe Garnett to Mess. Livermore Hushing, Baltimore Md, marked Dunnsville, 3rd October, 1845; 1 page, concerns claims against an estate being settled. 2014.24 Letter Brian Penniston  
George Morris Hobb His Hole, 1680, surveyed by George Morris, Tiknors Creek, Nelsons Creek, Goodrich Plantation, Daingerfield Plantation, etc. Original In Virginia State Library; 12-1/2 inches by 17 inches, in frame. Sometimes called the Morris Map. 2015.01 Map Tappahannock  
Bible-that belonged to James E Boughan (1910 - 1987). He grew up in Essex County. The family moved to Maryland before 1935. James Edward Boughan's father was Carel Garland Boughan (1883 - 1961) of Virginia. A number of Boughan (Baughan) family members are buried at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Dunnbrooke, Va. 2015.17 bible Janice McTernan  
Research paper: 18 pages and letter from Bill Tennis; was mailed to ECMHS by him 9 June 2014. 2015.18 Research paper Bill Tennis  
Poster, Rivahfest, Tappahannock June 18, 2011; 11 x 14.5 inches, color, vendor booths on Prince St, Confederate Monument. 2015.19 Poster Found in collection  
Document, 1 page, marked "Sheriff's bond for collection of all Taxes, etc, Commonwealth," Peter J Derieux, Tappahannock, 1844. Signed by Nathaniel J Whitlock, Robert G Haile, and James Roy Micoll, Clerk of the Court. 2016.02 Document Sarah Davis  
1880 Apr 16  
Tappahannock civil War cannon restoration ,Women's Club 2005.001.1 Scrapbook Freight ticket for Weems Steamboat Co
Unk Map of Boeler's (sic Bowlers) wharf from the papers of Edward Mann Garrett, born in Bowlers in 1915. 2005.003.003 Map Transportation  
Commissioner's Office document dated April 1, 1872 2005.005.001 Legal Document Professional/Occupations  
Commonwealth Fire Insurance Company Letter from Commonwealth Fire Insurance Company to Mr. George Bagby (1871) 2005.005.002 Letter Professional/Occupations  
Wiesenfeld & Co. Wholesale Clothisers Order to Mr. Banks from H. Gresham, 1872 2005.005.003 Invoice Order  
A. F. Bagby Letter to Mr. George Bagby from A. F. Bagby 2005.005.004 Letter Gresham House  
Virginia Nursery & Wine Co. Virginia Nursery & Wine Co. To George Bagby, 1871 2005.005.005 Invoice Gresham House  
US Clothing House Order from US Clothing Warehouse for A. M. Banks, 1872 2005.005.006 Invoice Gresham House  
M. Garnett Letter 1832 from M. Garnett about guardianship 2005.005.007 Legal Document Gresham House  
Piedmont and Arlington Life Insurance Co. Piedmont and Arlington Life Insurance Co. Comparative Tables. 2005.005.008 Records Gresham House  
Mssrs. Albright and Mathews Mssrs. Albright and Mathews: $7.00 to George Wright - receipt 1868 2005.005.009 Receipt Gresham House  
William Wright Receipt, June 1, 1848, William Wright, James M. Matthews 2005.005.010 Receipt Gresham House  
David Scott Receipt, June 3 1848, J>M. Matthews, William A. Wright, David Scott 2005.005.011 Receipt Gresham House  
Peter Cambell List, 1849, Peter Cambell 2005.005.012 Records Gresham House  
James M. Matthews Account, 1854, James M. Matthews a 2005.005.013 Records Gresham House  
Richmond Banking and Insurance Co. 1871, letter to George Bagby from Richmond Banking and Insurance Co. 2005.005.014 Correspondence Gresham House  
R. S. Hipkins Account 317, J. M. Mathew w, R. S. Hipkins, 1 July 1853 2005.005.015 Records Gresham House  
Jmames Haig Letter, 1856, James Haig to J.M. Matthews, re: servants 2005.005.016 Correspondence Gresham House  
Piedmont & Arlington Life Insurance Co. Brochure, 1868, Piedmont & Arlington Life Insurance Co., Richmond, VA 2005.005.017 Booklet Gresham House  
J. M. Mathews Guardian Agreement J.M. Matthew, June 1847 2005.005.018 Correspondence Gresham House  
Richmond Banking and Insurance Fire Insurance Rates, 1865-67, Richmond Bannking and Insurance 2005.005.019 Booklet Gresham House  
A. M. Banks Business Card, A.M. Banks, Dry Goods & Groceries, Cheap Corner, Maint St. Tappahannock 2005.005.020 Booklet Gresham House  
R. H. Banks Receipt George Bagby, R. H. Banks, 1873 2005.005.021 Receipt Gresham House  
R. S. Hipkin's Account, 1853, J.W. Matthew's with R. S. Hipkins 2005.005.022 Records Gresham House  
George Bagby Business Card, George Bagby, Tappahannock, VA, Peidmont & Arlington Life Insurance 2005.005.023 Booklet Gresham House  
George Pitts Letter to J. M. Matthew's from George Pitts about oystering 2005.005.024 Correspondence Gresham House  
J. M. Matthew's Letter from J. M. Matthew's to his father (Ingleside, 1865) 2005.005.025 Correspondence Gresham House  
J.M. Mathews Advertisement for 2 law books by J.M.Mathew's. c. 1871 2005.005.026 Handbill Gresham House  
J.M. Mathew's Bill, J.M. Matthew's, to John W. McDowel Dr. 1866 2005.005.027 Bill Gresham House  
A.M. Banks Account A. M. Banks w/James Cooke 1874 2005.005.028 Records Gresham House  
Unknow Summary statement of sale of Fleishmans goods 1848 2005.005.029 Records Gresham House  
Unk. Account related to object ID 2005.005.029, dated 1848, 1850 2005.005.030 Records Gresham House  
Unknow Account related to Object ID 2005.005.029 2005.005.031 Records Gresham House  
Unk. M.M. transfer of claim in hands of B. Despards, Baltimore 1858 2005.005.032 Records Gresham House  
Unk Will, 1856 2005.005.033 Legal Document Gresham House  
Unk. Note Pollard, Fleishman, Matthew's. No date 2005.005.034 Records Gresham House  
Unk. Receipt Pitts, 18?7 2005.005.035 Receipt Gresham House  
Unknow Two receipts, Montague and Wright 2005.005.036 Receipt Gresham House  
J.M. Matthew's Account 431: James M. Matthew's with R. S. Hopkins 2005.005.037 Records Gresham House  
George Bagby Bounty Land Warrents form 1871; George Bagby 2005.005.038 Legal Document Gresham House  
Unknown Watercolor, sailboat, signed M.S. 2005.005.041 Water Color Gresham House  
Unk 1920 Midshpmen Christmas Card 2005.005.043 Card, Greeting Gresham House  
Letter from Commerce and Labor, Light -House Establishment, addressed to Mr. Robert L. Moody, Laborer, Bowlers Rock Light-Station. Dated November 21, 1910 2005.009.1 Letter Rappahannock River  
Letter from Treasury Department, Office of the Secretary, addressed to Mr. John Spence, First Assistand Keeper, Hog Island Light-Station, Virginia. Dated July 15, 1902 2005.009.2 Letter Rappahannock River  
Letter from Department of Commerce, Lighthouse Service, addressed to DISTRICT CIRCULAR LETTER NO. 50, "Instructions to Employees of the United States Lighthouse Service 1915. Dated Sept. 9, 1915 2005.009.3 Letter Rappahannock River  
Citation to Wright from War Museum of Virginia, 1949, framed 2005.010.01 Citation William Wright  
for Practice of Law in VA, 1916, 17x21 " 2005.010.012 License William Wright  
"The Shack Song", framed, small 2005.010.016 Song William Wright  
Early Wright newspaper clippings 2005.010.017 Scrap book William Wright  
Obit Ann Scott Wright 2005.010.018 clipping, newspaper Bylaws for the Young Men's Literary Society, Center Cross
Several, brown, Wright 2005.010.019 Envelope William Wright  
UDC Award to Wright 2005.010.02 Certificate William Wright  
Wright, framed 2005.010.020 Invitation, wedding William Wright  
Washington and Lee Law School Assoc. Annual report, 1959 2005.010.021 Booklet William Wright  
VA Senate and House, 1938, Anne Taylor (Wright) 2005.010.022.a Manual William Wright  
VA Senate and house, 1960, Anne Wright 2005.010.022.b Manual William Wright  
VA Senate and House, 1962, Anne Wright 2005.010.022.c Manual William Wright  
VA Senate and House, 1960, not bound, blue 2005.010.022.d Manual William Wright  
Downing Bridge Opening Committe, 1927, w. photo 2005.010.025 clipping, newspaper William Wright  
from Wm. Wright to Mrs. T.R. B. Wright, August, 1918, safe arrival of his ship overseas 2005.010.026 card, postal William Wright  
23 October, 1918, request for transfer to Aviation Section of Signal Corps, one page, typescript 2005.010.027 Letter William Wright  
From Wright to Mother while in army in Europe, WW I 2005.010.029 Letter William Wright  
2 id tags, aluminum, Army, WW I, Wm Wright, box also contains 17 souvenir coins he collected overseas 2005.010.030 Dog tag William Wright  
In memory of Wright from VA State Highway Commission, 1959, framed. 12x16" 2005.010.04 Resolution William Wright  
Wright's election to House of Delegates, 1930 2005.010.06 Certificate William Wright  
Wright's Election to VA Senate in 1932 2005.010.07 Certificate William Wright  
Wright's appointment to Virginia State Planning Board 2005.010.08 Certificate William Wright  
Wright's appointment to VA Conservation Commission, 1942, framed, 11x14 in" 2005.010.09 Certificate William Wright  
Wright as first lieutenant in Infantry. 1917, framed, 13x16 " 2005.010.10 Commission William Wright  
Edward Macon Ware One (1) correspondence, MSS5:3 W2215:1. Ware, Edward Macon. Pertaining to distribution of R.O. Mainy estate monies to three individuals. Not dated 2005.012.1 Correspondence Archives  
Edward Macon Ware One (1) account book: MSS5:W2215:1. Ware, Edward Macon; Account Book 1826 October 1 - 1832 April 11 2005.012.2 Records Archive  
Edward Macon Ware One (1) account book MSS513:W2215:3. Ware, Edward Macon. Account Book, 1829 June [?] - 1832 January 11 2005.012.3 Records Archive  
Unknow One (1) hand written note in pencil (3 pages). Note subject appears to pertain to criminals - "Resolve - criminals should be made to work - - - - " 2005.012.4 Notecard Archive  
Ware, Edward Macon One (1) account book: MSS5:3 W2215:2. Ware, Edward Macon. Account Book 1827 October 12 - 1836, May 28 2005.012.5 Records Archives  
Edward Macon Ware One (1) bill of lading; MSS513 W2215:5. Ware, Edward Macon. Bill of Lading of Freedom & Hitchcock; dated 19 Sept. 1835 2005.012.6 Way-Bill Archive  
Edward Macon Ware One (1) account book. MSS513 W2215:4. Ware, Edward Macon. Account Book 1832 May 4 - 1835 August 7 2005.012.7 Records Archives  
Luther Warner Addition to old jail, Tappahannock, 1928 2005.015.1 drawing, architectural Tappahannock  
Luther Warner details, jail addition, 1928 2005.015.2 drawing, architectural Tappahannock  
Spector, architect to Woman's Club 2005.015.3 Tube, mailing Tappahannock  
Drinking fountain 2005.015.4 drawing, architectural Tappahannock  
Drinking fountain 2005.015.5 drawing, architectural Tappahannock  
Drinking fountain 2005.015.6 drawing, architectural Tappahannock  
Drinking fountain 2005.015.6 drawing, architectural Tappahannock  
Drinking fountain 2005.015.7 drawing, architectural Tappahannock  
National Publicity Edition of the Rappahannock Times (formerly the Tidewater Democrat). 2005.019.1 Newspaper  
Wedding Themes 2005.020.1 Scrapbook  
Historical Events. Saint Johns , Ewing 2005.020.2 Scrapbook  
Sympathy note from Anne Beverley to Mrs. Porter Motley on the death of her mother, March 24, 1962, w.envelope and stamp 2005.022.1 Letter Beverley  
H.T. Truslow General Merchandise, Champlain 2005.022.2 Phone log Business  
Bank of Essex deposit 2005.022.3 Envelope Business  
Tappahannock Virginia, Port of Entry, 1982, Tricentennial Celebration of founding of town 2005.022.4 Booklet Tappahannock  
Rappahannock River Regatta, Seventh Annual, July 2, 1960, Tappahannock 2005.029.1 Program Rappahannock River  
1993, Smithsonian Institution, "Produce for Victory, Battle Stations, Posters on the American Home Front, 1941-45 2005.070.1 Poster  
"We Can Do It" Woman industrial worker WW II, reproduction 2005.070.2 Poster  
W. Obidiah Boulware 1786 estate of Richard Rowzee for beef & cash 2005.074.01.12-1 Receipt Estate Records Historic County Clerk's Office--Tappahannock, Va
John Rowzee 1743 Apr 04 to Thomas Starke 2005.074.02.01-1 Receipt Estate Records  
John Rowzee 1744 Mar 12 to Thomas Starke 2005.074.02.01-2 Receipt Estate Records  
Richard Rowzee 1778 Oct 26 receipt to John Spotswood for Estate of John Rowzee 2005.074.02.03-1 Receipt Estate Records Historic Custom's House--Tappahannock, Va
Richard Rowzee 1779 Apr 19 receipt to James Jones from Estate of John Rowzee 2005.074.02.04-1 Receipt Estate Records To My Mother
Richard Rowzee 1779 Apr 20 receipt to Ann Garnett from Estate of John Rowzee 2005.074.02.04-2 Receipt Estate Records Souvenir de France
1779 Apr 23 to John Spotswood from Estate of John Rowzee 2005.074.02.04-3 Receipt Estate Records  
1779 Oct 2005.074.02.04-4 Receipt  
William F. Gray 1791 May 05 to Estate of Richard Rowzee 2005.074.02.05-1 Receipt Estate Records  
Estate of Richard Rowzee 1794 May to Clerk of Culpeper Co., Va for court fees 2005.074.02.05-10 Records Estate Records  
Estate of Richard Rowzee 1794 Nov to Sheriff of Culpeper Co., Va for court fees 2005.074.02.05-11 Records Estate Records  
Estate of Richard Rowzee 1795 to Living?? 2005.074.02.05-12 Receipt Estate Records  
Estate of Richard Rowzee 1795 to Clerk of Culpeper, Co., Va for court fees 2005.074.02.05-13 Receipt Estate Records  
Estate of Richard Rowzee 1795 Mar to Clerk of Culpeper Co., Va for court fees 2005.074.02.05-14 Records Estate Records  
Estate of Richard Rowzee 1795 Apr 20 to Sheriff Ambrose Camp for bond fees 2005.074.02.05-15 Records Estate Records  
John Minor, Jr. 1796 Feb 19 to Estate of Richard Rowzee for monies collected 2005.074.02.05-16 Records Estate Records  
Estate of Richard Rowzee 1796 Mar to Clerk of Culpeper Co., Va for court fees 2005.074.02.05-17 Records Estate Records  
Estate of Richard Rowzee 1796 Mar to Clerk of Culpeper Co., Va for court fees 2005.074.02.05-18 Records Estate Records  
Estate of Richard Rowzee 1797 Mar to John Jameson, Clerk of Court for court fees 2005.074.02.05-19 Records Estate Records  
Apphia Rowzee 1791 Jun 6 to Estate of Richard Rowzee 2005.074.02.05-2 Receipt Estate Records  
Mr. Evan Brown 1797 Apr 17 to Estate of Richard Rowzee 2005.074.02.05-20 Receipt Estate Records  
William F. Gray 1791 Jun 06 from Estate of Richard Rowzee 2005.074.02.05-3 Receipt Estate Records  
UNKNOWN 1792 to Estate of Richard Rowzee for bonds due estate in 1792 2005.074.02.05-4 Correspondence Estate Records  
UNKNOWN 1792 to Estate of Richard Rowzee for bonds due estate 2005.074.02.05-5 Correspondence Estate Records  
UNKNOWN 1792 to estate of Richard Rowzee for bonds due estate 2005.074.02.05-6 Correspondence Estate Records  
UNKNOWN 1792 to estate of Richard Rowzee for bonds due estate 2005.074.02.05-7 Correspondence Estate Records  
William F. Gray 1792 Sep to estate of Richard Rowzee for work done 2005.074.02.05-8 Receipt Estate Records  
A. Slaughter 1794 from estate of Richard Rowzee for Culpeper Co., Va fee for empaneling jury 2005.074.02.05-9 Receipt Estate Records  
Edward Rowzee (executor) 1799 Sep 12 acct to John Fogg, Jr. for Wm. Rowzee estate 2005.074.02.06-1 Records Estate Records  
Edward Rowzee (executor) 1799 Sep 12 receipt to John Fogg, Jr. for William Rowzee estate 2005.074.02.06-2 Receipt Estate Records  
Edward Rowzee (executor) 1799 Nov 18 receipt to John Fogg, Jr. for William Rowzee estate 2005.074.02.06-3 Receipt Estate Records  
Lewis Moody 1800 Apr 23 to Edward Rowzee for plank (estate of William Rowzee) 2005.074.04.01-1 Receipt Estate Records  
John Good 1800 Jun 27 to Edward Rowzee for 8 hhd. tobacco (estate of William Rowzee) 2005.074.04.01-2 Receipt Estate Records  
Lawrence Muse & Co. 1800 Nov 03 to Edward Rowzee for locks & grindstone (estate of William Rowzee) 2005.074.04.01-3 Receipt Estate Records  
Lawrence Muse & Co. 1800 Dec 15 to Edward Rowzee for white lead & chalk (estate of William Rowzee) 2005.074.04.01-4 Receipt Estate Records  
Richard Rowzee 1801 Aug 14 to Apphia Rowzee 2005.074.04.02-1 Correspondence Estate Records  
John Brown 1801 Oct 28 to Edward Rowzee for bricklaying & plastering from estate of William Rowzee 2005.074.04.02-2 Receipt Estate Records  
1823 Jan 29 2005.074.14.04-10  
1823 Sep 2005.074.14.04-11  
1823 Sep 10 2005.074.14.04-12  
1823 Oct 25 2005.074.14.04-13  
1823 Oct 30 2005.074.14.04-14  
1823 Oct 30 2005.074.14.04-15  
1823 Oct 31 2005.074.14.04-16  
1823 Jan 03 2005.074.14.04-9  
1824 Mar 25 2005.074.14.05-10  
1824 May 13 2005.074.14.05-11  
1824 Sep 23 2005.074.14.05-12  
1824 2005.074.14.05-9  
1825 Jan 03 2005.074.14.06-11  
1825 Mar 09 2005.074.14.06-12  
1825 Apr 28 2005.074.14.06-13  
1825 Apr 28 2005.074.14.06-14  
1825 Apr 28 2005.074.14.06-15  
1825 Sep 06 2005.074.14.06-16  
1825 Sep 06 2005.074.14.06-17  
1825 Sep 06 2005.074.14.06-18  
1826 Aug 22 2005.074.14.07-12  
1826 Nov 26 2005.074.14.07-14  
1827 May 08 2005.074.14.08-10  
1827 May 22 2005.074.14.08-11  
1827 Dec 2005.074.14.08-12  
1827 Jul 28 2005.074.14.08-6  
1827 Dec 09 2005.074.14.08-7  
1827 2005.074.14.08-8  
1827 2005.074.14.08-9  
Southside Bank Inc. 1926 Mar 10 two notes marked PAID to Edw. R. Baird and one notice of note payment due 2005.074.63.05-3 Records \Rouzee-Baird Family (Business Account Records)  
Undated business accounts: 7 folders and 14 loose items. 2005.074.68 Folder "Sheriff's bond for Collection of all Taxes, etc. Commonwealth"
1967 calender with Jesus on it, Tidewater Funeral Home 2005.075.01 Calender Susie Cannon Quarles  
Commonwealth of Virginia Diploma to Susie E. Cannon, June 10, 1952 2005.075.02 Diploma Susie Cannon Quarles  
1910-1911 ledger for Angel visit Baptist Church 2005.075.03 Ledger Susie Cannon Quarles  
1903 Ledger- Daybook- Angel Visit Baptist Church 2005.075.04 Ledger Susie Cannon Quarles  
1905 Ledger- Daybook- Angel Visit Baptist Church 2005.075.05 Ledger Susie Cannon Quarles  
1950's ledger- Daybook- Angel Visit Baptist Church 2005.075.06 Ledger Susie Cannon Quarles  
1916-1917 ledger- Daybook- Angel Visit Baptist Church 2005.075.07 Ledger Susie Cannon Quarles  
Ordination Service for Reverend Gene R. Quarles, Angel Visit Baptist Church, MArch 24, 1991 2005.075.08 Pamphlet Susie Cannon Quarles  
Clarcksville Baptist Church 1868-1968, The Centennial 2005.075.09 Booklet Susie Cannon Quarles  
Southside Rappahannock Baptist Association and its Allied Bodies, 104 Annual Session, 1982, green cover 2005.075.10 Booklet Susie Cannon Quarles  
Thought for the Day rolladex of the year 2005.075.11 Cards Susie Cannon Quarles  
Mannie Governor Mason, Jr., Social Security Card, Army Seperation Qualification Record 2005.075.12 Legal Document Susie Cannon Quarles  
Cooking Favorites of Dunnesville, Good Hope Baptist Church 2005.075.13 Cookbook Susie Cannon Quarles  
Southside Rappahannock Baptist Association, Moderators Activities 2005.075.14 Diary Susie Cannon Quarles  
Honarable Discharge papers from the United States Army, Raleigh J. Cannon, April 30, 1919 2005.075.15 Records Susie Cannon Quarles  
OPA District Offices by State list 2005.075.16 Records Susie Cannon Quarles  
Honorable Discharge papers from the United States Army, Mannie G. Mason, Jr., copies 2005.075.17 Records Susie Cannon Quarles  
Honorable Discharger paper from the United States Army, Mannie G. Mason, Jr., copy 2005.075.18 Records Susie Cannon Quarles  
Honorable Discharge paper for Mannie G. MAson, Jr. 2005.075.19 Records Susie Cannon Quarles  
Leave list from Fort George G. Meade, Maryland, Oct. 23, 1946 2005.075.20 Correspondence Susie Cannon Quarles  
letter to H. Davis from Angel Visit Baptist Church, Oct. 8, 1990- 3 pages 2005.075.21 Letter Susie Cannon Quarles  
Invitation to Angel Visit Baptist Church from First Baptist of King and Queen 2005.075.22 Correspondence Susie Cannon Quarles  
Statistical Report for Southside Rappahannock Baptist Association, 1983 2005.075.23 Records Susie Cannon Quarles  
Southside Rappahannock Baptist Association Moderators Activities July 1982-July 1983 2005.075.24 Correspondence Susie Cannon Quarles  
Proposed Recommendation for 1983 2005.075.25 Correspondence Susie Cannon Quarles  
Financial REport for Southside Rappahannock Baptist Association, June 30, 1983 2005.075.26 Records Susie Cannon Quarles  
Financial Report for Southside Rappahannock Baptist Association, June 30, 1983 2005.075.27 Records Susie Cannon Quarles  
Financial Report for Southside Rappahannock Baptist Association, June 30, 1982 2005.075.28 Records Susie Cannon Quarles  
Raikes Church School Convention Financial Report, July 1981-July 1982 2005.075.29 Records Susie Cannon Quarles  
Angel Visit Baptist Church Sunday Program for Febuary 1, 1987 2005.075.30 Brochure Susie Cannon Quarles  
Newsletter for the Raikes Church School Convention, May 1966 2005.075.31 Brochure Susie Cannon Quarles  
Vine Memorial Baptist Church Chancel Choir program at Angel Visit Baptist Church 2005.075.33 Program Susie Cannon Quarles  
The Centennial Journal, A Pictoral of History of The Southside Rappahannock Baptist Association & Allied Bodies. NOTE: there are 5 copies, they are labeled a-e 2005.075.34 Journal Susie Cannon Quarles  
1874-1949, "The Glory of God" Souvenir Program Diamond Jubilee of Macedonia Baptist Church, Green, November 6th-21st 2005.075.35 Correspondence Susie Cannon Quarles  
1874-1949, "The Glory of God" Souvenir Program Diamond Jubilee of Macedonia Baptist Church, White, November 6th-21st 2005.075.36 Correspondence Susie Cannon Quarles  
Ninetieth Anniversary Program & Nineteenth Anniversary of the Paster of the Macedonia Baptist Church, September 27- October 12, 1964 2005.075.37 Correspondence Susie Cannon Quarles  
Anne Beverly of Glandfiield One (1) personal note addressed to Mrs. Porter Motley from Anne Beverly of Blandsfield 2005.083.1 Letter  
H. R. Truslow One (1) phone log - H,T, Truslow, General Merchandise, Champlain VA 22438 2005.083.2 Symbol, Trade  
Bank of Essex One (1) Bank of Essex deposit envelope 2005.083.3 Symbol, Trade  
Town of Tappahannock One (1) publication entitled Tappahanock, Virginia Port of Entry 2005.083.4 Booklet  
Diploma of Mirza Leander Weller from U. of Miss., 1849 2005.085.1 Diploma  
Fraternity Society Certificate of Mirza Leander Weller from U. of Miss., 1849 2005.085.2 Certificate  
List of people in the photograph of the Dunnsville School clas (obj. id. 2006.007.3 2006.007,4 Records  
Book, Essex County Virginia, Its Historic Homes, Landmarksand Traditions, dated 1957 2006.010.1 Book  
Book Essex County Virginia, its Historic Homes, Landmarks and Traditions, dated 1957 2006.010.2 Book  
Book, Essec County Virginia, its HIstoric Homes, Landmarks and Traditions, dated 1957 2006.010.3 Book  
Commonwealth of Virginia, State High Schools, Lloyds High School, awarded to Edna Earl Watts 2006.011.001 Diploma Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Archaeological Site Report, Virginia Historic Landmarks, Plainview plantation house (2 pages) 2006.011.006 Records  
Marriage Certificate - J. E. T. Hunter and Susie E. Powers, 6 May 1937 2006.011.007 Certificate  
Newpaper - Rappahannock Times April 19, 1979. Headline "Lloyds - The Mysterious Survivior 2006.011.008 Newspaper  
Certificate - Commonwealth of Virginia, State Board of Education and State Board of Health, awarded to Edan Watts certifying completion of the Five Point Standard of Physical Fitness. Dated Sep. 30/27 2006.011.009 Certificate  
Diploma - Commonwealth of Virginia, State High Schools, Lloyds High School, awarde to Evelyn Shirley Watts, dated 6 June 1929 2006.011.010 Diploma  
Diploma - Lloyds High School, awarded to Pryor Lindsay Watts, dated 7 June 1924 2006.011.011 Diploma  
Receipt - to T. E. Powers from R. A. Mundie, dated Sept. 7th/99 2006.011.012 Receipt  
Bill - to Albert Rennolds, signed by S. E. Powers, to be paid by N. J. Parker for Oct. 10th surveying of 101 acres. Dated Oct. 10th, 1894. 2006.011.013 Bill  
Receipt - to S. E. Powers from L. E. Mumford Banking Co., dated 6/14/1904 2006.011.014 Receipt  
Receipt - to Mrs. Sarah E. Powers from E. Saunders, for payment of ox cart, dated Apr. 26th, 1899. 2006.011.015 Receipt  
Recipt - to Albert Rennolds from Sarah Powers for 1894 survey of 101 acres of land and to survey 136 acres. 2006.011.016 Receipt  
Recept to ? ? Powers from Richard Rouzie, Treasurer Essex County, for County Levy on Estate. Undated. 2006.011.017 Receipt  
Invoice to Mrs. S.M. Powers from Chas. Hall, Dx, Dry Goods, Grocereies, Notions, dated Apr. 9th, 1886 2006.011.018 Invoice  
Receipt - to Mr. Waring from Mrs. Edward Powers for lime and salt. Dated 31st Jan. 1842. 2006.011.019 Receipt  
Recept to ? ? Hutchinson, Sr. from Edward Powers, B. D. Pitts, and R. Garrett for survey of ? acres of land, 1843, March 26th 2006.011.020 Receipt  
Recept - to Mr. Edward Powers from Benjamin Coehill for sale of negro boy, dated 30th Dec. 1842. 2006.011.021 Receipt  
Receipt - to W. Neubil from W. J. Powers for putting 1 mare, dated 1869, July 1st. 2006.011.022 Receipt  
Report Card - of Shirley Watts , 11th grade of Lloyds High, dated Sept. 17, 1928. 2006.011.023 Card, Report 165th Annual Commencement
Invitation to Miss Powers from W. B. Barrett, to take her to church, dated July 23, 1898 2006.011.024 Invitation  
Invoice to Mr. W. L. Powers, from Baugh & Sons Company for Bone Meal, dated Sept 19, 1895 2006.011.025 Invoice  
exchange slip giving credit to W. L. Powers' account from Baugh and Sons Company 2006.011.025b Invoice Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Receipt to Tomas Powers from Henry Waring, dated 29th Jany, 1867 2006.011.026 Receipt  
Receipt - to Mr. T. Powers from Mr. Smith for repairing buggy, dated 1870 2006.011.027 Receipt  
Receipt to T. H. Powers from G. R. Mitchell for repairing and making boots. Dated 1867 2006.011.028 Receipt  
Receipt to T. Powers from C. Bailry, Mundie for mdse., dated 1869, Oct. 23rd 2006.011.029 Receipt  
Invoice - to Mr. Thomas Powers, with Henry ? for merchandise, dated 1866, Aug 28 2006.011.030 Invoice  
Recept to Edward Powers from ? Garrett, for medical service and merchandise., dated 1838, Sept 28th 2006.011.031 Receipt Places where we will be spending the night in Europe
Redeipt to Mr. E. Powers from ?, dated January 2nd, 1844. 2006.011.032 Receipt  
Receipt to Edward Powers from L. C. Gatewood for 13 bushels of wheat. Dated Feby 20th, 1836 2006.011.033 Receipt  
Receipt to Mr. Edward Powers from ?. Dated Oct 29, 1844 2006.011.034 Receipt  
Receipt to Edward Powers from Nathaniel LS. Ball for work on his house. Dated December 2nd ,1846. 2006.011.035 Receipt  
Receipt to Mr. Edward Powers from M. Rouzie, dated 20th March 1840. 2006.011.036 Receipt  
Receipt to the Essex County Circuit Court of Law and Chancery from Edward Powers for attending court as a witness. Dated 12th May 1848. 2006.011.037 Receipt  
Receipt to E. H. Powers from C. N. Mitchell of repari of boots. Dated ? 11, 1869 2006.011.038 Receipt  
Receipt to Edward Powers from J. W. Robinson for one bay colt., dated ? 28, 1828 2006.011.039 Receipt  
Receipt to Mr. Thomas A. Powers from the Metropolitan Record, Dr. for 4 month subscription, dated August 8th, 1870 2006.011.040 Receipt  
Receipt to E. Powers from Temple ? for work done on house. Dated August 18th, 1846 2006.011.041 Receipt  
Receipt to Mr. Edward Powers, from the ? ? Petit Co., dated 20 Jany 1853 2006.011.042 Receipt  
Receipt to Mr. Thomas A. Powers, from C. F. Bayliss for W. G. Bayliss, dated Nov. 25, 1871 2006.011.043 Receipt  
Receipt to Edward Powers from Leo Henlyfor payment of personal; property tax and land tax. Dated Nov. 16th 1857 2006.011.057 Receipt  
Receipt to Mr. E. L. Powers from ? ? Mundie, dated 26th 1894 2006.011.058 Receipt  
Receipt to E. L. Powers from W. J. Parker, Essex County Court Clerks Office for redemption of $87.00 for 137 1/2 acres of land offered for sale for delinquent taxes. Datedc January 13, 1896 2006.011.059 Receipt  
Receipt to Mrs. S. E. Powers from the Weems Steamboat Co. for 1 farm wagon and parts, dated Nov. 14, 1902 2006.011.060 Receipt  
Receipt to Mrs. S. E. Powers from the Watt Plow Co. for a wagon. Dated Sept 21, 1903 2006.011.061 Receipt  
Receipt to M. J. S. Brooks from W. J. Parker for Mrs. Sarah E. Powers account, dated Dec. 22, 1898. 2006.011.062 Receipt  
Receipt to Mrs. Sarah E. Powers the Clerk of Essex County Court for tax in recording a deed. 2006.011.063 Receipt  
Receipt to Edward Powers from ?, dated April 15, 1901 2006.011.064 Receipt  
Receipt to Mr. W. J. Parker, from H. Souhtworth, Cler of the County Court of Essex County for State Tax on deed of trust. Dated Dec. 23, 1895 2006.011.065 Receipt  
Receipt to E. L. Powers from W. Reamy for undertaker supplies. Dated Dec. 17th ,1900 2006.011.066 Receipt  
Receipt to Thos. A. Powers from N. Godsborough for turkeys. No date. 2006.011.067 Receipt  
Promissary note to Josiah Hereford from E. L. Powers for improvements on real estate. Dated February 12th, 1880. 2006.011.068 Note, Promissory Edward L. Powers  
Receipt - to W. Edward Powers from Rboert Allen for 1 days work. 2006.011.069 Receipt Edward L. Powers  
Receipt - to Edward Powers from W. A. Wright, dated 5 April 21 2006.011.070 Receipt Edward L. Powers Diploma of Mirza Leander Weller
Summons of Mr. Wilber Powers for petit jury in Tappahannock on the twelth day of June 1887. 2006.011.071 Summons Edward L. Powers Fraternity Society Certificate
Summons for Allie Carter to Champlain County to answer the complaint of S. O. Grisham & Co. on the 4th day of Nov. 1922. Signed by E. L. Powers 2006.011.072 Summons Edward L. Powers  
Invoice to Halwat Lumber Co., Laytons, VA from O'Brien & Hall Wholsale Lumber and Lumber Commission Merchants. Dated October 9, 1907 2006.011.073 Invoice Edward L. Powers  
Invoice (2 pages pinned together) - to the account of Halwat Lumber Co. Schooner "Sodonia Curley", Lot #2 from O'Brien & Hall, Wholesale Lumber and Lumber Commission Merchants. Dated March 16/08 2006.011.074 Invoice Edward L. Powers Guard Duty Rules
Invoice (two pages pinned together)- to Halwat Lumber Co. Schooner "Sondonia Curley" from O'Brien & Hall, Wholdesael Lumber and Luber Commission Merchants. Dated December 5/07 2006.011.075 Invoice Edward L. Powers Essex Mourns Sheriff's Death
Invoice - to Mr. W. J. Parker, to the Clerk of Essex County Courts for surveying land of E. L. Powers sold for delinquent taxes 2006.011.076 Invoice Edward L. Powers Essex Mourns Sheriff's Death
Account of E. L. Powers gotten from the Estate of Nathan Parker before and after his death. Not dated 2006.011.077 Records Edward L. Powers Essex Mourns Loss of Sheriff
Account - of Mr. Edward Powers by J. S. Roger, dated 1838. 2006.011.078 Records Edward L. Powers Davis
Promissary note from Edward Powers and ?Powers to D. Sale, dated 19 Mar. 1841 2006.011.079 Note, Promissory Edward L. Powers Essex Mourns Loss of Sheriff & Davis
Account Record of Albert G. Oneale from the clerk of the Essex County Court. Bill to be applied to Edward Powers. Dated 1843 2006.011.080 Records Edward L. Powers Sheriff Davis' Funeral Fri.
Invoice from J. H. Allen to E. Powers for work on house. Dated 1868 2006.011.081 Invoice Edward L. Powers State Policeman, Wife, Two Others Killed In Car Accident
Account record of Mr.Edward Powers from a saw mill for sawing. Dated 1853 2006.011.082 Records Edward L. Powers  
Account record from H. Dangerfield to E. Powers for building a chimney. Dated Dec. 25th, 1869 2006.011.083 Records Edward L. Powers  
Personal letter written to Granma from Edward Powers. Dated June 11th 1890. 2006.011.084 Letter Edward L. Powers Damon Davis Memorial Considered
Letter addressed to Dear Sir from Robert Beverly, dated Sept. 23rd, 1895 2006.011.085 Letter Edward L. Powers Special agent's funeral to be in Tappahannock
dear sir letter, sept. 18, 1895 2006.011.085b Letter Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Teacher Certificate for Second Grade, Commonwealth of Virginia Pulbic Free Schools to Annie Powers. Dated 16th day of Aug. 1899 2006.011.086 Certificate Edward L. Powers  
Western Union Holiday Greeting to Mr. and Mrs. Jee T. Hunter from the Bathchelors. Handwritten date indicates 1939 2006.011.087 Telegram Edward L. Powers Welcome to Tappahannock and Essex County
Pamphlet - Opening Ceremonies New Thomas J. Downing Bridge, dated December 18, 1963 2006.011.088 Booklet Edward L. Powers Riverside Hotel--Tappahannock, Va
Commencement Invitation Senior g 2006.011.089 Invitation Edward L. Powers Old Ritchie House--Tappahannock, Va
1932 vehicle registration 2006.011.092b Registration Watts-Powers Family Papers  
early 20th century Christmas gift tags 2006.011.093 Tags Watts-Powers Family Papers  
1931 VA Polytechnic Institute Graduation anouncment 2006.011.094 Correspondence Watts-Powers Family Papers  
3 antuque, early 20th century Valentine cards 2006.011.095 Cards Watts-Powers Family Papers  
account statement 2006.011.096 Invoice Watts-Powers Family Papers  
1867 account statement 2006.011.097 Invoice Watts-Powers Family Papers  
acount statement 2006.011.098 Invoice Watts-Powers Family Papers  
letter from R. H. Garrett to dear sir 2006.011.099 Letter Watts-Powers Family Papers  
page from a ledger 2006.011.100 Records Watts-Powers Family Papers  
page from a ledger used as an invoice 2006.011.101 Records Watts-Powers Family Papers  
page from a ledger used as an invoice 2006.011.102 Records Watts-Powers Family Papers  
page from a ledger from 1868 2006.011.103 Records Watts-Powers Family Papers  
page from a ledger from 1866 2006.011.104 Records Watts-Powers Family Papers  
arrest warrent from 1920 2006.011.105 Legal Document Watts-Powers Family Papers  
receipt from Buhrman and Foster Farm Implements, 1930 2006.011.106 Receipt Watts-Powers Family Papers  
People's Life Inurance Co., sick member's report card 2006.011.107 Postcard Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Aaron Lewis and Son Commission Merchants price list, March 13, 1931 2006.011.108 Postcard Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Cephas M. Lewis and Sons, 3 items 2006.011.109 Letter Watts-Powers Family Papers  
The Baltimore and Virgiia Steamboat Company 2006.011.110 Postcard Watts-Powers Family Papers  
price list from Farmers Creamery Company, Inc. 2006.011.111 Postcard Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Big Dance at Port Royal Crossroads, Aug. 31, 1931 2006.011.112 Postcard Watts-Powers Family Papers  
The Merchants Bank book 2006.011.113 Records Watts-Powers Family Papers  
The Franklin Paint Company, 4 items 2006.011.114 Letter Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Re-Elect Augusta Wilkerson 2006.011.115 Postcard Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Bilgray's Tropic Bar and Restaurant, Colon, Rep. De Panama 2006.011.116 Postcard Watts-Powers Family Papers  
H. B. Watts in account with Garland Haynes 2006.011.117 Invoice Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Union Oil Company 2006.011.118 Invoice Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Tappahannock Memorial Methodist Church, open house 2006.011.119 Postcard Watts-Powers Family Papers  
The Merchants Bank book, Watts 2006.011.120 Records Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Fredericksburg Motor Company, note for $256.75, Dec. 5, 1927 2006.011.121 Legal Document Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Henley's Pharmacy 2006.011.122 Invoice Watts-Powers Family Papers  
obituaries for Stif Hayes and Mary Hayes 2006.011.123 clipping, newspaper Watts-Powers Family Papers  
F. B. Wilson M. D. 2006.011.124 Invoice Watts-Powers Family Papers  
statement of services of M.S. Chancellor Farming Supplies 2006.011.125 Invoice Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Union Oil Company 2006.011.126 Invoice Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Connecticut General Life Insurance Company 2006.011.127 Receipt Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Northern Neck Creamery, Inc. 2006.011.128 Receipt Watts-Powers Family Papers  
W. B. Carneal Chevrolet Sales 2006.011.129 Receipt Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Robinson and Jackson Grain Commission Merchants, to Mr. Harry Watts 2006.011.130 Letter Watts-Powers Family Papers  
John Deere advertisement 2006.011.131 Advertisement Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Northern Neck Creamery, Dear Sir 2006.011.132 Letter Watts-Powers Family Papers  
E. Scott Payne Co. 2006.011.133 Invoice Watts-Powers Family Papers  
The Franklin Paint Company, Dear Customer, 1933 2006.011.134 Letter Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Lloyds High School Baccalaureate program from May 30, 1937 2006.011.135 Brochure Watts-Powers Family Papers  
certificate of grade school promotion, seciond grade to third grade 2006.011.136 Certificate Watts-Powers Family Papers  
1917 field day print out 2006.011.137 Advertisement Watts-Powers Family Papers  
1917 Lloyds High school field day program 2006.011.138 Brochure Watts-Powers Family Papers  
to bro. Powers, requesting his presence at a manditory meeting 2006.011.139 Letter Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card fro John L. Parker the County Treasurer 2006.011.140 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Hartford Fire Insurance Company 2006.011.141 Brochure Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Buhrman and Foster Farm Implements reciept, John Deere Tractor pamphlet 2006.011.142 Receipt Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Chesapeake Dairy Products Co., Inc (16) 2006.011.143 Receipt Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Fredericksburg Hardware Company 2006.011.144 Invoice Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Standard Oil Company, Dear Sir, Oct. 31, 1931 2006.011.145 Letter Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Bank of Essex, invoice and checks 2006.011.146 Records Watts-Powers Family Papers  
J. W. Masters, Inc. Lumber, Ties and Pulp Wood 2006.011.147 Invoice Watts-Powers Family Papers  
insurance endorsement 2006.011.148 Invoice Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Edward Heinz Wholesale Packer and Slaughter of Cattle, Calves and Lambs, plus 2 tags 2006.011.149 Invoice Watts-Powers Family Papers  
1930, from C. I. Mothershead to Mr. Watts 2006.011.150 Letter Watts-Powers Family Papers  
thank you letter from William T. Powers 2006.011.151 Letter Watts-Powers Family Papers  
agreement with the Standard Oil Company 2006.011.152 Legal Document Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Cephas M. Lewis and Sons Commision Merchants, freight 2006.011.153 Invoice Watts-Powers Family Papers  
from Fielding L. Dickinson to Bill 2006.011.154 Letter Watts-Powers Family Papers  
From R. W. Watts to Dear Sir 2006.011.155 Letter Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Armour Fertilizer Works, to dealers 2006.011.157 Letter Watts-Powers Family Papers  
United Automobile Association, Inc., plus pamphlet 2006.011.158 Letter Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Standard Oil Company of New Jersey 2006.011.159 Letter Watts-Powers Family Papers  
re-elect Damon Davis 2006.011.160 Advertisement Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Union Oil Company 2006.011.161 Invoice Watts-Powers Family Papers  
East Coast Telephones, Inc. 2006.011.162 Invoice Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Carter-Venable Co., Inc., 4 items, letter to Mr. H. B. Watts, 1932 2006.011.163 Letter Watts-Powers Family Papers  
A. B. Farquhar Co. Limited 2006.011.164 Letter Watts-Powers Family Papers  
F. S. Royster Guano Company 2006.011.165 Invoice Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1928 2006.011.167 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1928 2006.011.168 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1929 2006.011.169 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1928 2006.011.170 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1930 2006.011.171 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1930 2006.011.172 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1930 2006.011.173 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1930 2006.011.174 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1930 2006.011.175 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1930 2006.011.176 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1930 2006.011.177 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1930 2006.011.178 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1932 2006.011.179 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1932 2006.011.180 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1932 2006.011.181 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1932 2006.011.182 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1932 2006.011.183 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1932 2006.011.184 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1932 2006.011.185 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1932 2006.011.186 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1932 2006.011.187 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1932 2006.011.188 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1932 2006.011.189 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1932 2006.011.190 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1932 2006.011.191 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1932 2006.011.192 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1932 2006.011.193 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1932 2006.011.194 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card 2006.011.195 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1932 2006.011.196 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1932 2006.011.197 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1932 2006.011.198 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, 1932 2006.011.199 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
post card from Florida, 1956 2006.011.200 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
post card from Florida, Aqua Babes, 1956 2006.011.201 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas postcard, forest scene 2006.011.202 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas postcard, wreath 2006.011.203 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas postcard, Christmas Tree 2006.011.204 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas card, caroling 2006.011.205 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Christmas postcard, birds and holly 2006.011.206 card, postal Watts-Powers Family Papers  
saw mill ledger 2006.011.207 Records Watts-Powers Family Papers  
wholesale ledger 2006.011.208 Records Watts-Powers Family Papers  
saw mill ledger, mostly blank 2006.011.209 Records Watts-Powers Family Papers  
household ledger 2006.011.210 Records Watts-Powers Family Papers  
blank ledger, with the few names in it scratched out 2006.011.211 Records Watts-Powers Family Papers  
personnal ledger, with micsellaneous papers inside 2006.011.212 Records Watts-Powers Family Papers  
minute book for the Essex Junior Order Benefit Club 2006.011.213 Records Watts-Powers Family Papers  
business ledger 2006.011.214 Records Watts-Powers Family Papers  
personnal ledger, with miscellaneous papers 2006.011.215 Records Watts-Powers Family Papers  
autographbook, Shirley Watts 2006.011.216 Diary Watts-Powers Family Papers  
J. E. T. Hunter Memoirs 2006.011.217 Diary Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Edna E. Watts Autograph book Lloyds High School, 1929 2006.011.218 Diary Watts-Powers Family Papers  
booklet of who paid their taxes in Essex County in 1953, 1954 and 1955 2006.011.222 Records Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Evelyn Shirley Watts Autograph book Lloyds High School, 1929 2006.011.223 Diary Watts-Powers Family Papers  
notebook with recipes, Miriam Halls cookbook 2006.011.224 Notebook Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Sunday School tally book, Methodist Episcopal Church, South 2006.011.225 Records Watts-Powers Family Papers  
Newspaper, Richomnd Times Dispatch with headline "Schools Advised to Continue Segregation. dated May 28, 1954 2006.012.1 Newspaper  
Keepers Annual Property Return and Annual Requisition and Receipt, 14 forms, 1911-1916, and Light-keeper's List of Annaul Supplies, no date, and Keepers Annual Requisition, 1916 2006.015.1 Reports, Government, 16 total  
20 pieces :14 letters and 4 information sheets From Light-house Establishment, Baltimore to John Spense, keeper of Bowlers Rock Light, 1902-1912, 2 requests for Surveys, 1916, 1917 2006.015.2 Letters Rappahannock River  
Report of Principal Supplies Used at Stations, Bowlers Rock Light, 1911-1917 2006.015.3 Reports, 22 total  
Lighthouse Service, 5th District, 36 sheets, blank and one envelope, and one large mailing envelope sent to Bowlers Rock Light 2006.015.4 Stationery Rappahannock River  
2 total, Rules for Visitors and Right to Compensation for Personal Injuries 2006.015.6 Posters Rappahannock River  
Robert Beverley, Jr. 1888-1889 2006.019.01 checkbook register Robert Beverley Jr. Papers  
Robert Carter Beverley - 23 feb, 1899 VPI report card for Robert Carter Beverley 23 Feb, 1899 2006.019.02 VPI report card Robert Beverley Jr. Papers  
Ashton Starke of Richmond Farm Implements House shipping receipt for Blandfield Wharf to Norfolk 18 Feb, 1892 2006.019.03 Shipping receipt Robert Beverley Jr. Papers  
Ashton Starke - 18 feb, 1892 shipping receipt from Richmond Farm Implements House (Ashton Starke) dated Feb 18, 1892 2006.019.04 Shipping receipt Robert Beverley Jr. Papers  
Ashton Starke - 12 feb, 1892 receipt for gears from Ashton Starke of Richmond Farm Implements House to R. Beverley. dated Feb. 12, 1892. 2006.019.05 Receipt Robert Beverley Jr. Papers  
Ashton Starke - 26 feb, 1892 business letter from Ashton Starke of Richmond Farm Implements House to Robert Beverley. dated 26 Feb., 1892. 2006.019.06 Business letter Robert Beverley Jr. Papers  
W.H. May & Son - 1 jan, 1896 account statement from W.H. May & Son to Robert Beverley. dated Jan 1, 1896. 2006.019.07 Account statement Robert Beverley Jr. Papers  
International Harvester Co. - 3 aug. 1903 corrected invoice for the 'Daisy Reaper" from the International Harvester Co. dated 3 Aug., 1903. 2006.019.08 Corrected Invoice letter Robert Beverley Jr. Papers  
International Harvester Co.- 27 oct, 1903 invoice for "Daisy Reaper" from the International Harvester Co. dated Oct 27, 1903. 2006.019.09 Invoice Robert Beverley Jr. Papers  
Maryland, Delaware, and VA Railway Co. 3 empty mailing envelopes from "Maryland, Delaware & Virginia Railway Co." dated July 24, 1905 dated April 26, 1905 not dated (no date) 2006.019.10 Empty mailing envelopes Robert Beverley Jr. Papers  
Bland Beverley- 25 May, 1899 Tells father he wants to drop mechanical engineering course. States the mumps and measles are going around at VPI. Going to friends in F'burg. Wants his old job with Mr. Ball. (4 pages) 2006.019.11 Personal letter Robert Beverley papers  
W.R. Gardy - 23 june, 1899 request to buy tract of timber from Waverley Farm, Leedstown, VA 2006.019.12 Personal letter Robert Beverley, Jr. Papers  
Brother - 28 june, 1899 letter to R. Beverley, Jr. from brother. (Loretto, VA) Describing W.R. Gardy and his lumber practices. 2006.019.13 Personal letter Robert Beverley, Jr. Papers  
Sophie Carter Washington (Radford) personal letter to Robert Beverley, Jr. about family discussions, Millbrook, Aunt Detta, Uncle Willie, Uncle Robert, and sickness. 2006.019.14 Personal letter Robert Beverley, Jr. Papers  
unknown ( no signature) - 20 april, 1893 personal letter detailing sickness, gripp, influenza, opiates, and stimulants. 2006.019.15 Personal letter Robert Beverley, Jr. Papers  
Bland Beverley (VPI)- 3 march, 1899 personal letter detailing need for money, mumps, knee rheumatism, pictures taken. 2006.019.16 Personal letter Robert Beverley Jr. Papers  
Carter Beverley - 10 may. 1904 personal letter detailing thanks for silver spoons (2 pages) 2006.019.17 Personal letter Robert Beverley Jr. Papers  
Carter Beverley - 18 Dec, 1904 personal letter detailing cousin Robert's death, Bright's disease, heart trouble, Captain Foster, C.O. Tayloe. (3 pages) 2006.019.18 Personal letter Robert Beverley Jr. Papers  
Carter Beverley - 20 april, 1905 personal letter detailing wharf sinking, advice to buy house, request for money. (4 pages) 2006.019.19 Personal letter Robert Beverley Jr. Papers  
receipt from Laurence Thomsen & Co. to W.L. Powers July 20, 1894 for 3 gallons of pure rye whiskey 2006.019.20 Receipt for whiskey Robert Beverley, Jr. Papers  
3 receipts (stapled) 1) August 17, 1895, from Chas. Wallace & Bro. to Robert Beverley, Jr. for 4 gallons whiskey (May 30, 1895) 2)April 27, 1895, from Farmers' Alliance Exchange to R. B. for 6 sacks G.A. salt. 3)June 13, 1898, from Smith and Coghill to R.B. for ladie's shoes, boots. 2006.019.21 3 receipts for goods Robert Beverley, Jr. Papers  
business letter from Wm. Scott to R. B. October 21, 1895 2006.019.22 Business letter from Wm. Scott Robert Beverley, Jr. Papers  
receipt from Mutual Fire Insurance Co. for $12 Jan 1, 1898 2006.019.23 Business Receipt Robert Beverley, Jr. Papers  
J.H. James, General Merchandise receipt for clamps, rivets, freight from J.H. James, General Merchandise in Loretto, VA 12 Jan, 1898. 2006.019.24 Business receipt Robert Beverley, Jr. Papers  
B. Wheat of Citizen's National Bank receipt from B. Wheat of Citizen's National Bank to R.B. Jr. for credit. 2 Dec., 1889 2006.019.25 Business receipt Robert Beverley, Jr. Papers  
2 empty envelopes to R. B. Jr. dated 30 March, 1900 and 1 Oct., 1900 2006.019.26 2 empty envelopes Robert Beverley, Jr. Papers  
Robert Beverley, Jr. receipt for 1 box transportation from Alexandria, VA to Broad Run, VA . dated 14 Sept., 1900 2006.019.27 Business receipt Robert Beverley, Jr. Papers  
R.C. Philips 2 business account record pages from R. C. Philips. 2006.019.28 Business account pages (2) Robert Beverley, Jr. Papers  
R.C. Philips business account page from R. Beverley for account with R. C. Philips. dated Jan., 1903 2006.019.29 Business account page Robert Beverley, Jr. Papers  
R.C. Philips business receipt from R. C. Philips dated 27 Feb., 1903 Account dated 16 Dec., 1902 2006.019.30 Business receipt Robert Beverley, Jr. Papers  
Lewis Baer & Co. business receipt for account with Lewis Baer & Co. (fur dealers) with R. B. Jr.. dated 18 April, 1903 2006.019.31 Business receipt Robert Beverley, Jr. Papers  
B. J. Marshall Grocer business receipt from account with B. J. Marshall Grocer to R.B. Jr. dated 25 Aug., 1903 2006.019.32 Business receipt Robert Beverley, Jr. Papers  
S.M. Lyell & Co. business receipt for ducks from S.M. Lyell & Co., dated 24 Nov., 1903. 2006.019.33 Business receipt Robert Beverley, Jr. Papers  
Faurquean Temple & Co. (cloth dealer) business receipt for cloth from Faurqurean Temple & Co. dated 28 March, 1904 2006.019.34 Business receipt Robert Beverley, Jr. Papers  
Lewis Baer & Co. (fur dealer) business receipt from Lewis Baer & Co. (fur dealer) dated 23 April, 1904 2006.019.35 Business receipt Robert Beverley, Jr. Papers  
William Ball business letter from William Ball to R. B. Jr. dated 24 Aug., 1904 2006.019.36 Business letter Robert Beverley, Jr. Papers  
H. Rozier Dulany business letter from H. Rozier Dulany for bond interest statement dated 7 Dec., 1905 2006.019.37 Business letter Robert Beverley, Jr. Papers  
Brown & Crismond (hat/shoe dealer) business letter from Brown & Crismond (Fredericksburg, VA) hat and shoe dealer dated 23 June, 1906 2006.019.38 Business letter Robert Beverley, Jr. Papers  
Bolton Brothers (paint dealer) business account statement from Bolton Brothers (paint dealers) dated 20 October, 1903. 2006.019.39 Business account statement Robert Beverley, Jr. Papers  
French's Market promotional Shopping List, n.d. 2006.022.1 Advertisement Tappahannock Business  
1862, 100 dollars, R.M.T. Hunter picture 2006.14.1 Bond Civil War  
Medicine for Pharmacy Certificate 2006.91.01 Certificate  
1957 calender, Essex County Community Birthday, picture of May Pole celebration 2007.026.01 Calender  
1959, Essex County Community Birthday, picture of football team 2007.026.02 Calender  
1959, Southside Bank, picture of Mattaponi Baptist Church 2007.026.03 Calender  
1961, Christian Religious Calender, Religious pictures 2007.026.04 Calender  
1961, Essex County Community Birthday,picture of Tappahannock High School 2007.026.05 Calender  
1962, Essex County Community Birthday, picture of Essex Gymnasium; advertising for local businesses; French's Market 2007.026.06 Calender sinessex  
1963, Essex County Community Birthday, picture of aerial view of school 2007.026.07 Calender  
1965, Essex County Community Birthday, picture of football team and cheerleaders 2007.026.08 Calender Charles Manson, Mass Murderer
1965, Southside Bank, picture of Smyrna Christian Church 2007.026.09 Calender  
1966, Southside Bank, picture of St. Stephens Baptist Church 2007.026.10 Calender  
1967, Essex County Community Birthday, picture of Tappahannock High School with students out front 2007.026.11 Calender  
1969, Essex County Community Birthday, picture of Essex County Courthouse 2007.026.12 Calender  
1970, Essex County Community Birthday, picture of the Downing Bridge 2007.026.13 Calender  
1971, Southside Bank, picture of Upper King and Queen Baptist Church 2007.026.14 Calender  
1971, Essex County Community Birthday, picture of Essex County Woman's Club and Library 2007.026.15 Calender  
article about the death of Essex County sheriff Damon Davis 2007.07.2a Newspaper  
copy of Damon Davis article of his death 2007.07.2a2 Newspaper  
cont. article on the death of Damon Davis 2007.07.2b Newspaper  
Damon Davis Obituary 2007.07.2b2 Newspaper Reunion, Class of 1955
copy of cont. death article on Dammon Davis and a copy of his obituary 2007.07.2b3 Newspaper  
picture and caption from the funeral of Damon Davis 2007.07.2c Newspaper  
a thank you to the community from Damon Davis' aunt and uncle 2007.07.2d Newspaper The Indoor Gardening Almanac
pamphlet from the funeral home for Damon Davis' funeral 2007.07.2e Funerary pamphlet Wedding Invitation
a suggested Memorial to Damon Davis 2007.07.2f Newspaper Mama to Maggie
car accident kills special agent who was an Essex man and his wife and two others 2007.07.3 clipping, newspaper  
Stating that there will be a funeral held in Tappahannock for the special agent who lived in essex county who died with his wife in car crash 2007.07.3b Newspaper  
from Willard Durham to Bill Durham?, 1977, Tappahannock Family 2007.13.7 Letter Tappahannock  
a pamphlet on Tappahannock and Essex County 2007.14.15 Pamphlet  
Rappahannock nautical chart, Coles Point to Marsh Point 2007.15.5 Chart Mark-Haven Beach  
postcard of Riverside Hotel 2007.19.01 Postcard  
postcard of Old Ritchie House 2007.19.02 Postcard  
postcard of St. Johns Church, Tappahannock, Va 2007.19.03 Postcard  
postcard of Courthouse Square, Tappahannock, Va 2007.19.04 Postcard  
postcard of Beale Memorial Baptist Church, Tappahannock, Va 2007.19.05 Postcard  
postcard of Historic County Clerk's Office, Tappahannock, Va 2007.19.06 Postcard  
T.2--St. Margaret's School, Tappahannock, Va 2007.19.07 Postcard  
postcard of Historic Custom's House, Tappahannock, Va 2007.19.08 Postcard  
Beale Memorial Baptist Church 2007.19.09 Postcard  
St. Johns Episcopal Church, postage 1908 2007.19.10 Postcard  
St. Johns Episcopal Church, brown & white, postage 1912 2007.19.11 Postcard  
Centennial Baptist Church, postage 1908 2007.19.12 Postcard  
St. Johns Episcopal Curch, postage 1909 2007.19.13 Postcard  
St. Johns Church, color 2007.19.14 Postcard  
St. Johns EpiscopalChurch, white church 2007.19.15 Postcard  
inside of church 2007.19.16 card, postal  
WW1 British postcard, To My Mother 2007.22.1 Postcard  
WW1 French embroidered postcard, Souvenir de France 2007.22.2 Postcard  
directory of Tappahannock 2007.23.2 Pamphlet  
Business Guide booklet 2005-2006 2007.30.1a Booklet  
Business Guide booklet 2005-2006 2007.30.1b Booklet  
published letter written by Jesus 2007.34.1 Letter  
first half of article about Major Z. K. Pangborn 2007.34.2a Newspaper  
second half of article about Major Z. K. Pangborn 2007.34.2b clipping, newspaper  
Rappahannock Industrial Academy, Clara Edward Bayton, 1928 2007.41.2 Diploma Education, African American  
Account, sales: Of sales made by E S Davis, 1867, exc of W B Davis Dec 19, 1867. 2007.43 .045 Account Davis-Haile  
Four pages,for Miss Julia J. Mann, the ward of William B. Davis, 1865-1867; account was settled March, 14, 1867 and $323.31 was due guardian July 27, 1867 per J.P. Comb (or Comp?) 2007.43.001 Ledger Davis  
time sheet for laborers, no date, Uncle David, Jim, Dick, Grace, and her brother. 2007.43.002 Note Davis-Haile  
Reciepts including expense accounts (24 items) pertaining to Julia (Juliet) J. Mann, the ward of William B. Davis , who had some association with Middlesex County, Va. 2007.43.003 Receipts Davis-Haile  
Letter from William B. Davis, Rose Villa, March 7, 1866. To Col. Pollard (John Polard?) "To settle up my guardianship of my late ward Miss Julia J. Mann." This letter also discusses the difficult political situation folling the war (of Northern Agression) or War Between the States. 2007.43.004 Letter Davis-Haile  
4 pages; Wm. B. Davis in accounts with Davis and Ferry Sept 1866 - Jan 1867. 2007.43.005 Ledger Davis_Haile  
Ledger pages (4); Col. Wm B Davis in account with Davis and Ferry Sept 1866 - May 1867. 2007.43.006 Ledger Davis-Haile  
Receipt Wm B Davis and Wm J Davis, executors of R M Davis deceased King and Queen Court 2007.43.007 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt to Wm B Davis and Wm J Davis for Robert M Davis, deceased from King and Queen Court Clerk for recording death(?)--(Writing illegible). 2007.43.008 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Payment issued by Wm J Haile "for all medical acts to date, Oct 23, 1866, John W Deshazo 2007.43.009 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt, Wm B Davis, interest on bond to J H Jones, executor of 1866 2007.43.010 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Agreement between Wm B Davis and farm laborers Richard Jackson, son William Jackson, Braxton Gardener and son David Gardener, Paterson Braxton, and Dana Clapan and son by Richard Jackson for year 1866. 2007.43.011 Contract Davis-Haile  
Receipt to King and Queen Sheriff, Cullin Garlic, state county taxes. 2007.43.012 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt, Col. Wm B Davis ( E S Davis executrix) to A Brizendine for carpentry, 1867. 2007.43.013 Receipt Davis-Haile  
To Wm B Davis estate, E S Davis executrix, from King and Queen Sheriff for state and county tax for 1867, paid Jan 20, 1868 2007.43.014 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt, Ella S Davis, executrix, to clerk of King and Queen County to record deceased husband's will, etc. 2007.43.015 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt, Wm B Davis to clerk of King and Queen County, for order exempting him from working on public road and copy, 1867. 2007.43.016 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt, Mrs E S Davis, executrix, to George Verlander for services for year 1867. 2007.43.017 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt, estate of Wm B Davis, to Lang Curry for making shoes in 1867, signed Jan 1869. 2007.43.018 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Col Wm B Davis in account with Davis and Ferry 1 Jan to 1 March 1867. 2007.43.019 Ledger Davis-Haile  
Receipt to Dolly Verlander, for services for the year 1867. 2007.43.020 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Agreement, between Wm B Davis and Braxton Gardener, colored laborer, to undertake a corn crop on Davis' farm, 11 Feb 1867. 2007.43.021 Contract Davis-Haile  
Agreement, between Wm B Davis and George Verlander, colored laborer, March 1867, witnerssed by L W Mitchell. 2007.43.022 Contract Davis-Haile  
Ledger page (1) of Dolly Verlander in account with Wm B Davis, April 1867 - Jan 1868. 2007.43.023 Ledger Davis-Haile  
ledger page, Col Wm B Davis in account with Davis and Ferry, May - July, 1867 2007.43.024 Ledger Davis-Haile  
Appraisal of the estate of Wm B Davis as security for J T Hoskins in a bond due Ro Spencer for $2, 026.00 mad on Dec 17, 1867. (9 inventory pages plus 1 page of paid debts= 10 pages) 2007.43.025 Appraisal Davis-Haile  
Statement submitted to the estate of Wm B Davis aby Thomas Durham for work done in 1867. Repairs on wagon ($4.00) was the most expensive. Submitted June 19, 1868. 2007.43.026 Bill Davis-Haile  
Wm B Davis to J Henry Hundley $127.50 on demand, 2 July 1867. 2007.43.027 Voucher Davis-Haile  
Receipt, Wm B Davis estate to Boughton Covington and Co. for sawing pine and oak lumber, 30 October 1867, signed J G Covington 2007.43.028 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Ledger (4 pages) Wm B Davis to Davis and Ferry, July - November1867. 2007.43.029 Ledger Davis-Haile  
Receipt, Mrs Wm B Davis to Mrs Thomas W DOswell for mourning clothes for herself and daughter Martha Davis, 6 Dec 1867 2007.43.030 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Will and testament of Wm B Davis, approved at King and Queen Courthouse, offered by Ella S Davis, 12 Dec, 1867, witnessed by M A Cauthorn, F W Scott, Jr. and Wm J Davis. 2007.43.031 Will Dasvis-Haile  
Receipt, Mrs Ella Davis, executrix to Jefferies and Pollard, attourneys, for legal fees associated with will of Wm B Davis, 8 Dec 1867 and 11 August 1868, signed by F W Scott 2007.43.032 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt, Ella D Davis, executrix, to Thomas W Lewis for two days services as appraiser 10 Dec 1867. 2007.43.033 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt to Mrs Ella S Davis, to Boughton Covington and Co. for sawing pine lumber Dec 1867. 2007.43.034 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt, Mrs E S Davis executrix to J T Hoskins for two days services as appraiser in 1867 and two days in 1868, signed by W J Davis. 2007.43.035 Receipt Davis-Haile  
The estate of William B Davis, deceased with rough appraisal. Ella S Davis (4 pages) Feb 10, 1869, Lists expenses/income to the estate. Payment of the appraiser: Jophn T Hoskins, William J Davis, Thomas W Lewis, John L Boughton; probate costs to K & Q; William J Davis for keeping accounts of the sales, which was the largest expense ($291.57). Perishable items sold Dec 9, 1867 totaled $291.47. Other sales made on Dec 10, 1868 totaled $649.13and "due this day" Feb 10, 1869. 2007.43.036 Appraisal Davis-Haile  
Receipt, Mrs ES Davis, executrix, to TW Lewis for acting as appraiser in 1867 and 1869. 2007.43.037 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt of bill paid by Etta S Davis to E Thomas Winston, Jr. Dec 31, 1867, for farm work. 2007.43.038 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt, Dec 18, 1867, written by Emilee E Shepperd to Mrs ES Davis ($6.75) for services rendered in 1867. 2007.43.039 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt to Ella S Davis executrix of William B Davis estate from J L Boughton, Dec 1867 for 2 days services as appraiser and "crying property at sale" (auctioner?) and purchase of heifer. 2007.43.040 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt to Ella S Davis executrix of William B Davis estate from William J Davis, Dec 19, 1868 acting as book keeper at sale and appraiser. 2007.43.041 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Appraisement of the estate of William B Davis (4 pages) deceased, made on the 19th of December, 1867. 223 listings. 2007.43.042 Appraisal Davis-Haile  
Receipt from Ella S Davis to Thomas Winston Dec 31, 1864 for 40 days of farm work. 2007.43.043 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt from Collin Garlick ("X") to William B Davis (1867) for payment in full of wages for year 1867. Witnessed by William J Davis, Dec. 1867. 2007.43.044 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Account, Sales. Account of sales made by E S Davis, 1867. Exc of W B Davis, Dec 19, 1867. 2007.43.045 Account Davis-Haile  
Contract: Davis and Gardner 1868. (4 pages) made between Ella S Davis and Braxton Gardiner ("colored") for farm labor with Ella S Davis agreeing to furnish three mules or horses and other items for ploughing and cultivation of land belonging to Davis. Braxton Gardiner is to pay $25.00 for rent of George Verlander's horse at Johnson's. Witnessed by Wm Davis and M L Davis. 2007.43.046 Contract Davis-Haile  
Receipt from Dabney (Broocks?) agrees to pay to E S Davis the sum of $15.00 for "value received" sixty days after Dec 10, 1868. 2007.43.047 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: Cardozo, Alsop and Fourqurean; Richard Thomas, W Donwell, for Miss Davis. 6 yards black alpacca for $6.50, Jan 20, 1868; probably Martha Davis. 2007.43.048 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Payment received by William Hall from the estate of William Davis and Ella Davis for labor and furnished items. 1868. 2007.43.049 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: William B Davis estate TO: John L Boughton for sawing planks, 1868, and "Crying property at sale" 1869 2007.43.050 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Affidavit: To Essex County by Boughton, Covenington & Co., in behalf of the estate of W B Davis, Dec 21, 1868. 2007.43.051 Affidavit Davis-Haile  
Receipt to Ella S Davis for purchase of 2.5 bushels corn $300.00 from G E Wright, Sept 1868. 2007.43.052 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt to Ella S Davis (estate of William B Davis) from John Warinton (his 'X' mark) for services of my wife Ellen for the year 1868. 2007.43.053 Receipt Daviis-Haile  
Receipt from (Dr) William Haile; $24.00. To: Mrs E S Davis, executrix William B Davis for medical servicers and supplies (1868) January 1869. 2007.43.054 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: Payment by Mrs Davis, executrix, William B Davis; TO Henry R Pollard for land surveying, calculations, and assignment, Sept 1868. 2007.43.055 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: Balance due to C F Campbell by Mrs E Davis for a mule, Jan 24, 1868. 2007.43.056 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: Paid by Mrs Ella Davis TO Jeffries Pollard for preparing deed motions concerning will, Nov. 1868. 2007.43.057 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: Ella Warrenton TO E S Davis , Dec 1868. 2007.43.058 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: TO Ella S Davis from Robert Pollard for appraisals, etc. 1868-69. 2007.43.059 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: TO: E S Davis from Dr. Haile for shipping corn, Feb 1868. 2007.43.060 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: TO W J Davis from William Gresham, Jan 1868. 2007.43.061 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: From John Warrenton, TO E S Davis for farm work Dec 1868. 2007.43.062 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: TO: Mrs E S Davis FROM: Pat (Patterson) Braxton itemised monthly farm wags owed to Braxton beginning March 22-Dec 5, 1868 in the amount of $33.50. 2007.43.063 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Summons: By Circuit Court "The Commonwealth of Virginia" TO the sheriff of King and Queen County to summon Ella S Davis, executrix of William B Davis, to the circuit court "on the first Monday of October next;" to answer the accusation of William S Haile and John JHaile, administrators of Robert Haile, deceased, of a debt for two thousand dollars. Damages $2000.00. ( (Uncertain if the $2000.00 was owed By Davis or Haile owes Davis( (Outcome?)) 2007.43.064 Summons Davis-Haile  
Receipt: TO Mrs E S Davis FROM Calvin Garlick ($8.59) for farm labor, Jan 17 - Dec 18, 1868. 2007.43.065 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Contract: Ella S Davis and Calvin Garlick: E S Davis "agrees to pay Collin sixty dollars per year" for labor. Under the signature of William J Davis, 1868. 2007.43.066 Contract Davis-Haile  
Receipt: From John L Boughton to Ella S Davis. Boughton will pay Davis $34.38 March 24, 1868. 2007.43.067 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: Wages paid by Mrs E S Davis from George Verlander for farm labor from Jan 14 - Dec 5, 1868. 2007.43.068 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: TO Col W B Davis FROM Harris Smith for making one pair of lady's shoes and repairing nine others, Jan 28, 1868. 2007.43.069 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: TO Ella Davis FROM H C Jones, Feb 20, 1868. 2007.43.070 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: Tax paid by William B Davis estate to Sheriff of Essex County for past due 1867 and tax due 1868. 2007.43.071 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: Payment of $10.00 by Mrs Ella S Davis, executrix of W B Davis TO Dr F H Deane, Richmond, for 5 visits, May, 1868. 2007.43.072 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: By E S Davis TO (Rosser?) Boughton for labor, Sept 2, 1868. 2007.43.073 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Account: By E S Davis TO Braxton Gardner for farm labor from Jan 16-Dec 25, 1868. 2007.43.074 Account Davis-Haile  
Receipt: By E S Davis TO William Jackson for "bottoming two chairs" and farm labor from Feb 10 - Dec 5, 1868. 2007.43.075 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: By E S Davis TO Collin Garlick for farm labor and "spinning 4 pounds woll", and "for services of wife as cook for 1867," June 22 - Dec, 1868. 2007.43.076 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: By Ella S Davis TO L Boughton, Sheriff for "payment in full" for items bought at the Jones sale, Jan 28, 1868. 2007.43.077 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: By E S Davis to Horn and Winston for "2 days carrying chain in surveying land," Sept 21, 1868. 2007.43.078 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: By W B Davis TO Thomas Durham for (work?) on wagon, June 19, 1868. 2007.43.079 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: By E S Davis TO William J Davis, Dec 7, 1868. 2007.43.080 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: By E S Davis and Martha Davis TO F A Doswell for supplies and labor, Dec. 20-22, 1868. 2007.43.081 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: By William J Davis TO William J Haile "twenty dollars for which at promise to account on settlement acts;" Feb 18, 1868. 2007.43.082 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: TO Ella J Davis FROM William J Haile for past payment of medical accounts due. 2007.43.083 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt By United States Internal Revenue TO W B Davis, King and Queen for 1867 exciase tax on two gold watches, Jan 17, 1868. 2007.43.084 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt TO Mrs E Davis from Joseph Cauthorn, probably for farm labor, May, 1868. 2007.43.085 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt BY E S Davis to Carter (?) Tice (?), Oct 25, 1868. 2007.43.086 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt # 1: Mrs E S Davis TO Davy Gardner in payment for labor. Receipt # 2: By Davy Gardner TO Mrs E S Davis for 2 pounds wool, 12.5 pounds bacon, cash for boots and hire of cart and mule, Dec 31, 1868. 2007.43.087 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt book: Sale by E S Davis, executor, W B Davis deceased Dec 10, 1868 (9 half pages). Lists estate items sold, the purchaser's names and the amount received for each item. A mule selling at $141.00 was the highest price paid for items in the sale. Ella S Davis and William Davis were heavy buyers. (Ref 087-088) 2007.43.088 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt book: Sales of property of Col W B Davis, sold Dec 10, 1868 (5 half pages) Listing furniture, equipment, and livestock but not amounts received. 2007.43.089 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Sales receipt book: Sale of estate of W B Davis, Dec 10, 1868 (2 pages). Lists all purchasers and amounts owed/received by each one (Ref 086 and 089). 2007.43.090 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Sales receipt book: Sales of the estate of WB Davis. (3 pages) Mrs E S Davis TO E S Davis listing the items and the amounts received. No date but probably Dec 10, 1868. (Ref 086, 087, 088). 2007.43.091 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Contract: Between Ella S Davis and Ella Warrenton for domestic services as cook, washwoman, etc. Warrenton is paid an annual salary, given house rent, food, and two hogs. 1868, signed Dec 31, 1867; witness Wm J Davis. 2007.43.092 Contract Davis-Haile  
Cover, of brown paper with string to secure six ledger sheets that contained accounts payable to Davis and Ferry by Mrs E S Davis, settled to date, April 3, 1869. Signed by Wm J Davis. Cover was unscribed. This packet also containted other accounts, two receipts, and two vouchers. All ten items are described under numbers 2007.43 094-104 2007.43.093 Paper cover Davis-Haile  
Ledger sheet; 4 pages, Mrs E S Davis in account with W J Davis, April - Dec 1868. People named: Wm Jackson, Collin Garlick, John Warrenton. 2007.43.094 Ledger Davis-Haile  
Ledger sheets; 2 pages. Mrs E S Davis, executrix to Davis and Ferry, Dec 1867 - Mar 1868. People named: Ella Warrenton, W J Duff, Dabney Broocks, W J Davis. 2007.43.095 Ledger Davis-Haile  
Ledger sheets; 1 page. Mrs E S Davis in account with W J Davis, Dec 1868 - Jan 1869. People named: Dabney Broocks, Miss M E Davis. 2007.43.096 Ledger Davis-Haile  
Ledger sheets; 2 pages. Mrs E S Davis in account with W J Davis, Apr - June 1869. People named: Harbick (?) Conkling, J L Boughton, Dunn. 2007.43.097 Ledger Davis-Haile  
Ledger sheet; 1 page. Mrs Ella S Davis in account with Wm J Davis. 2007.43.098 Ledger Davis-Haile  
Ledger sheets; 2 pages. Mrs Ella S Davis in account with W J Dans, heading: Millers, Sept - Dec 1869. 2007.43.099 Ledger Davis-Haile  
Receipt from W J Davis TO Mrs E S Davis for sale of wheat, cider; Sept 1869. 2007.43.100 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt from Mrs E S Davis to Calvin Garlick for getting ice, getting out corn, picking up wheat and oats, etc. Jan - Dec 1868. 2007.43.101 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Voucher, Mrs E S Davis to pay W J Davis $39.28, March 1869, signed by Peter T Campbell (worker?). 2007.43.102 Voucher Davis-Haile  
Voucher, Mrs E S Davis to pay W J Davis and Ferry $18.87, March 1869, signed by Peter T Campbell. 2007.43.103 Voucher Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM King and Queen County (L A Tyler) TO Ella S Davis executor for William B Davis for recording fees, etc. 1869. 2007.43.104 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM Ella Warrenton TO Mrs Ella Davis for $10.00 "in part payment of my wages for the year 1869;" June 1869; signed by M L Cauthorne. 2007.43.105 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt from King and Queen County TO Mrs Ella S Davis for taxes paid on 6 horses, 12 cattle, 6 sheep, and 111 hogs plus state and county taxes; 1869. 2007.43.106 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt from John Pollard, King and Queen County, TO Mrs Ella S Davis, executrix of Col William B Davis, "to examine vouchers of settling account , $15.00, June 1869. 2007.43.107 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM Clerk of King and Queen County TO Wm B Davis estate ($142.00), 1869. 2007.43.108 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM William B Hall TO Mrs Ella Davis for purchases, May 6 - Nov, 1869 (1867?)--ILLEGIBLE 2007.43.109 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt (2 pages) 1)Amounts paid TO Wm J Davis; H B Pollard; -- Jackson; Colin Garlick; John Warrenton, and Davis and Ferry BY W B Davis; 2) First sale made Dec 19, 1867; second made Dec 10, 1868. 2007.43.110 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM A Sandy ($6.00) to E S Davis for payment of account for ??, Sept 5, 1869. 2007.43.111 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM W H Sutton, Richmond, Va TO Mrs Ella S Davis for payment of $140.00 "for a bay horse warented sound in every particular and to work well;" Jan 13, 1869. 2007.43.112 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM Tom Chandler ("X") to E S Davis for partial payment for farm work' Jan 22, 1869. 2007.43.113 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM John D Farquharson, General Commission Merchant, Baltimore TO Mrs E S Davis for net proceeds of wheat sold, Oct 1869. 2007.43.114 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM John Warrenton ("X") TO E S Davis for balance in full for the services of his wife Ella as cook for the year 1869. Jan 1, 1870. 2007.43.115 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM William Hull TO Mrs Ellen Davis for shoes and in sundry items $17.85; 1870. 2007.43.116 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM J A Pynes and Kidd TO Mrs Col Davis for iron work on horse card and other work. $148.00; 1870. 2007.43.117 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM John L Boughton TO Mrs E S Davis for "one dollar and fifty cents in full for pair of shoes for Julia," Dec 30, 1870. 2007.43.118 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM Baugham and Farland, Tappahannock, to Mrs William B Davis for a sausage grinder and saltpeter, Dec 1, 1870. 2007.43.119 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: Tax payment FOR 3 horses, 6 cattle, 12 hogs, 1 piano, and 479 acres of land TO C W Porter, Sheriff, King and Queen County, FROM Ella S Davis, 1870. 2007.43.120 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM H R Pollard of J A Pynes TO Mrs Col Davis for repairing the wagon and gleaner, March 26, 1871. 2007.43.121 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Account sales: FROM Farquharson, Pollard and Co., Baltimore for sale of corn and commission charges to Ella S Davis, April 15, 1871. 2007.43.122 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM Thomas Lewis for A S Lewis TO Mrs E S Davis "Twenty dollars in part payment of tuition of her son J T Davis for session ending 1 July, 1871." 2007.43.123 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM Brown, Grace and Co., Baltimore TO Mrs E S Davis for molasses and herring, March 24, 1871. 2007.43.124 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM J A Pynes TO E S Davis $2.87 "being amount due on settlement," April, 1871. 2007.43.125 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM Davis and Ferry TO Mrs E S Davis "in full of all accounts to date," Jan 10, 1871. 2007.43.126 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM Ellie Warrington ("X") TO Mrs E S Davis for payment received of $10.00, June 2, 1871. 2007.43.127 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM J A Pynes for payment in full, Jan 1, 1871. 2007.43.128 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Financial statement to pay: Rose Villa, Dec 26, 1871. "Mr Winston will please pay to my wife Ellie whatsoever is due to ehr for wages to date and this shall be a ----for Ellen Davis" Signed:________ and John Warrington ("X"); witnessed byh Martha Davis. 2007.43.129 Contract Davis-Haile  
Township levy to Wm B Davis for district schools and township expansion, $4.60, 1871. 2007.43.130 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM W B Davis estate TO Stevenville Township Collector for township levy. Endorsed "Paid by Wm J Allen," 1871. 2007.43.131 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: Wm B Davis estate to Stevensville Township Collector for levy on personal property. Endorsed "Paid by Wm J Allen" 1871. 2007.43.132 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt for taxes paid to King and Queen Countgy by Mr Wm Jackson, Col., endorsed "Paid by W J Allen," 1871. 2007.43.133 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: School taxes paid by Mrs Ella S Davis TO king and Queen County on 479 acres of land. Endorsed "Paid by W J Allen, 1871" 2007.43.134 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: Land taxes paid by Ella S Davis TO KIng and Queen County on 479 acres of land. Endorsed "Paid by C W Porter, 1871." 2007.43.135 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt By J A Pynes TO Mrs Col Davis for work done on the plow, the cultivator, wheels, and for making irons for well, etc. 1872. 2007.43.136 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: TO Ella S Davis from Wm Hull for fitting horse shoes, etc., 1872. 2007.43.137 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Ledger: 2 pages. Mrs Ella S Davis TO Ellie Warrenton including wages and expenses, April 1, 1872. 2007.43.138 Ledger Davis-Haile  
Schedule, Payment; FROM James M Matthews to Mrs Ella S Davis for land purchases and amounts oweing 1873. 1874, and 1875; Aug 20 1872. 2007.43.139 Schedule, payment Davis-Haile  
Receipt: Ella S Davis TO Stevensville Tax Collector for township levy, $480.00 Endorsed "Paid by R B Munw (?), 1872. 2007.43.140 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Ledger sheet; 1 page. Mrs E S Davis in account with C M Smith for food items and cash. "Payment by draft on R W Wixon" with balance due of $17.90, 1873. 2007.43.141 Ledger Davis-Haile  
Receipt TO Mrs E S Davis FROM John T Ferry for "payment in full to date," April 14, 1873. 2007.43.142 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM H Cook TO "Miss Davis" for lumber, July 13, 1873. 2007.43.143 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: 2 pages; FROM William Courtney, Collector for the Treasurer of King and Queen County TO Wm B Davis' estate for land taxes, 1873. 2007.43.144 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt; taxes paid to Rappahannock Township by Wm B Davis estate; William J Haile, Township Collector, 1873. 2007.43.145 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt; taxes paid on 479 acres of land by Wm B Davis estate to treasusrer of King and Queen County; Wm P Courtney, Collector, 1873 2007.43.146 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM Stevensville Township to Ella S Davis for a levy payment. Wm P Courtney, Collector, 1873. 2007.43.147 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM Stevensville Township TO W B Davis estate for levy on "realty;" Wm P Courtney, Collector, 1873. 2007.43.148 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM John T Ferry TO Mrs E S Davis, 1873. 2007.43.149 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM D L Winston TO E S Davis for balance paid in full, Oct. 7, 1873. 2007.43.150 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: Personal property taxes paid by Mrs Ella S Davis TO Treasurer of King and Queen County,. Collected by Wm P Courtney. 2007.43.151 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM Matthews and Pollard in Essex County Court for payment of $100.00 by Ella S Davis for "deferred payments for land purchased by her on 20 August, 1872;" Aug 20, 1873. 2007.43.152 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM C M Smoot, Millers Tavern, TO Mrs E S Davis for purchases made in Sept, Oct, Nov, and Dec 1873; Dec 29, 1873. 2007.43.153 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM J A Pynes TO Mrs E S Davis for work on the wagon and other farm equipment, 1874. 2007.43.154 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM Newtown Township, King and Queen County TO Mrs. E S Davis for personal property. RSeceived by L F Simpkins, 1874. 2007.43.155 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt TO King and Queen County by Collin Garlick for "state and county taxes on self" Payment made by E S Davis as attested by C W Porter, Sheriff. 2007.43.156 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM King and Queen County TO Ella S Davis for property taxes . Received by....F Simpkins, 1874. 2007.43.157 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt, store. FROM C M Smoot TO Mrs E S Davis for payment in full for sugar, coffee, coal oil, etc.; 1874. 2007.43.158 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt, ledger; 1 page. FROM C M Smoot TO Mrs E S Davis for store items purchased and cash received from May 30 - Sept 16, 1874. 2007.43.159 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Ledger sheet; 2 pages. No name of customer or merchant, Dec 1874 - May 1875, includes food, cl;othing, credit for corn delivered by Arthur Johnson. People: Dr Robinson, John Trice, Fidler Taylor. 2007.43.160 Ledger Davis-Haile  
Receipt TO Mrs E S Davis, FROM R P Dillard, collector for state, county (King and Queen) and township taxes for 1874, May 1875. 2007.43.161 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt TO Mrs E S Davis from Jet (?) Pynes for mending base to wagon, apple peeler, etc. and four days work with horse, etc. Feb - Sept 1875; paid Aug 1876. 2007.43.162 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Ledger sheet; 1 page; Miss Martha Davis in account with Smoot and Brother, for fabarics, buttons, etc, Nov/Dec, 1875 2007.43.163 Ledger Davis-Haile  
Account statement for Mrs E S Davis, from Miller and Davis, Aug 1875, for deferred payment schedule for a joint purchase of land by Mrs Davis, John T Ferry, and Dr Haile. 2007.43.164 Account Davis-Haile  
Receipt TO Ella S Davis from C W Porter, treasurer of King and Queen County, for taxes on land ( one third W B Davis real estate) and personal property, for 1875. 2007.43.165 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt TO Mrs E S Davis from Jet (?) Pynes for work on wagons, farm equipment, etc., Jan 1874-Jan 1875. People: Mrs Haile. 2007.43.166 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt TO Ella S Davis, from B T Taylor, clerk of King and Queen COunty, for recording deed from Matthews (sic) (Mathews) special (?) commissioner (?) and state taxes, 1875. 2007.43.167 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt TO Ella S Davis, from John T Ferry (through the hands of Mr H (Howard) Winston, for taxes on land in Essex County, 1875. 2007.43.168 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Postcard TO Howard Winston, Esq., Columbian University, Washington, DC, from A E Chandler, concerning receipt of partial payment of board and tuition for Miss Martha Davis, Feb 18, 1876. 2007.43.169 Postcard Davis-Haile  
Receipt TO Mr J Taylor Davis, from Theo Courtney, for 1 neck tie, 1 box collars, 1 tooth blrush, powder, and shot, 1876. 2007.43.170 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt TO Mrs Ella S Davis, from A B Cauthorne, for transferring 160 acres from James M Mathews (special commissioner?) . Payment of $1.00 received by R G Howerton, Nov 1876. 2007.43.171 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt TO Mrs E S Davis, through Mr. Smoot, from A R Micou, for surveying and dividing the real estate near Millers purchased by herself, Mr John T Ferry, and Dr William J Haile, May 5, 1876. 2007.43.172 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt TO Ella Davis from C W Porter, treaslurer of King and Queen County for taxes on 160 acres of land and personal property valued at $330.00; 1876. 2007.43.173 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Ledger sheet; 1 page. Miss Martha Davis in account with Smoot and Bro October, 1876 - March, 1877, for fabric, food, shoes, stamps, etc. 2007.43.174 Ledger Davis-Haile  
Ledger sheet; 1 page. Account of Mrs E S Davis with Gaskins and Moncure, 1877, for fencing and lumber. 2007.43.175 Ledger Davis-Haile  
Receipt TO Ella Davis FROM C W Porter, treasurer of King and Queen County, taxes for 1877, on 160 acres of land and personal property valued at $260.00 2007.43.176 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Letter, with envelope to Ella Davis ("Dear cousin Ella..") from W T Chandler, Bowling Green, Oct 1878 concerning interest paid on bonds issued by W F Smith. Ella Davis has written to Chandler about her misfortunes and he encourages her to be thankful and hopeful. People: Chandler and Peatross, Attorneys at Law, R O Peatross, Hanover C H, Va; Julia Davis, Martha Davis, Alice Chandler. 2007.43.177 Letter Davis-Haile  
Receipt TO Ella Davis, FROM R B Whitlocke, treasurer of Essex County for taxes on 74.5 acres of land, 1878. 2007.43.178 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt TO John Haile, from A W Broaddus, treasurer of Essex County, for taxes on 348.25 acres of land, personal property, etc., 1878. 2007.43.179 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt TO Ella Davis FROM C W Porter, treasurer of King and Queen County, for taxes on 160 acres of land and personal property valued at $240.00, 1878. 2007.43.180 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Letter TO Ella S Davis, from A (?) Brizendine concerning her account with Mr Wiliamson, sent from Millers, Va, Sept 1878. 2007.43.181 Letter Davis-Haile  
Ledger sheet, 1 page. Mr J T Davis in accont with Smoot and Bro, Jan - April 1878, includes purchases of tabacco for the most part and postage stamps, shot, cuff buttons, half soles, blacking. People: Cauthorn, Henry Roane. J T Davis was the son of Col W B Davis and Ella S Davis. Smoot and Bro store was located at Millers TRavern (?). 2007.43.182 Ledger Davis-Haile  
Ledger sheet, 1 page. Mrs E S Davis in accont with Smoot and Bro, Jan - July, 1878. People: William Garlick, Taylor, G Moncure McDonald and Bro, Josept A Pynes. 2007.43.183 Ledger Davis-Haile  
Receipt TO Mrs E S Davis FROM Smoot and Bro for payment on her account and for Henry Roane, April, 1878. 2007.43.184 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Ledger sheet, 1 page. Ella S Davis in account with A Brizendine, for brandy, shoes, cash loan, finding hands, etc. People: J T Davis and son. 2007.43.185 Ledger Davis-Haile  
Receipt TO Ella S Davis, FROM W T Chandler for board, tuition, bookks for Julia Davis, her daughter, Sept - Dec 1876. Also credit by bond of W F Smith to Mattie Davis, April, 1877; also credit by check of H Winston, Oct 1878. 2007.43.186 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt TO Ella S Davis FROM William D Wright for changing land deed from Wm B Davis estate to Ella S Davis, 1878, $1.00. 2007.43.187 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Letter to Ella S Davis ("cousin Ella") from W T Chandler, attorney, Bowling Green ,Va., Oct 7, 1879, concerning her request to give him her piano in exchange for a debt of about $200.00 He questions if her piano is worth that much and requests that she get "two gentlemen to say what it is worth." People: Julia Davis, daugher of Ella S Davis. 2007.43.188 Letter Davis-Haile  
Receipt TO Ella Davis, FROM R B Whitlock, deputy treassurer of Essex County, Rappahannock District, for taxes on 74.5 acres of land, 1879. 2007.43.189 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt TO Ella Davis FROM W F Brown, for treasurer of King and Queen County, for taxes on 160 acres of land and personal propertyu, 1879. 2007.43.190 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt for the sale of "one bay horse" to E S Winston for $30.00 by ...? Millers Tavern, Oct 21, 1880. 2007.43.191 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM C W Porter, Treasurer, King and Queen County, TO Mrs. Ella Davis for payment of land and personal property taxes, 1880. 2007.43.192 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM W B Whisl..., Treasurer, Rappahannock District to Mrs Ella Davis for land taxes, 1880. 2007.43.193 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM M Garrett, Tr, Essex County to Mrs Ella Davis for payment of land taxes on 74.5 acres, 1881. 2007.43.194 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM J A Pynes TO Mrs E S Davis for repairs on lock, key, etc, Feb 15, 1881 "closed by due bill." 2007.43.195 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM William J Haile TO Mrs E S Davis for receipt of a due bill ($14.36) "for which she is indebted to a credit for that amount on her medical account." June 30, 1881. 2007.43.196 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM Smoot & Bro TO Mrs M R Haile for full payment of account to date, March 10, 1881. 2007.43.197 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM C W Porter, Tr, King and Queen COunty TO Mrs Ella Davis, for taxes on 160 acres of land, 1881. 2007.43.198 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM A W Broaddus, Treasurer of Essex County, Va (M Garrett) TO Mrs Ella S Davis for taxes paid on 74.5 acres, 1882. 2007.43.199 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM W A Brown, Treasurer of King and Queen COunty TO Mrs Ella S Davis for payment of land and persona property taxes, 1882. 2007.43.200 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt: Pay order to M N Bank FROM E S Davis, Millers, Essex County, Va. to pay for payment of $30.00 to L W Doswell. Endorsed "Paid by ......Chandler, March 2, 1882". 2007.43.201 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Postcard TO Mrs E S Davis, Millers Tavern, Va, Essex County; FROM W O Chandler, March 4, 1882. 2007.43.202 Postcard Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM Edgar Brizendine TO Mrs E S Davis for payment "in full," Feb 23, 1889. 2007.43.203 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Receipt; 4 ledger pages FROM Smoot & Bros TO E S Davis for purchases made August, 1878 - Jan 1882. Payment by bank, Jan 13, 1882. 2007.43.204 Receipt Davis-Haile  
Letter (3 pages). TO "cousin"? FROM Sue. Civil War reference: "General Pickett called on the ladies at Mr Garnett's." Mentions the names of Lucy White, Mollie Low and others. Mentions attending St Pauls and Greeway. From Springfield, July 26, 1863. 2007.43.205 Letter Davis-Haile  
Statement FOR Wlilliam B Davis estate sale showing amount owed to William B D. No date. 2007.43.206 Statement Davis-Haile  
Survey: Capt Haile's land claim. No date. 2007.43.207 Survey Davis-Haile  
Speech; 5 pages. "The Cultivation of the Corn Crop," probably by William B Davis (?). No date. before Dec. 1867 2007.43.208 Speech Davis-Haile  
Speech to "The Farmer's Club" probably by William B Davis. Written in a time of "threat to civil liberties" and "political uncertainty." No date 2007.43.209 Speech Davis-Haile  
Statement form Davis and Ferry to Col William B Davis for account from April 12 - Nov 22 ($70.30). No date. 2007.43.210 Statement Davis-Haile  
Envelope addressed to "William B Davis, Esq, President." No date. 2007.43.211 Envelope Davis-Haile  
Receipt FROM Smoot & Bro TO Mrs E S Davis on March 15 for payment of $4.20. No date. 2007.43.212 Receipt Davis-Haile  
The Warner -Hoskins Familly Album, Related Fmamilies, Friends and Associates of Essex County;"Accakeek", Richmond County and Other Parts of Virginia 2007.44.1 Album Warner-Hoskins Family  
Wit Garrett, 1922-, Farming, Oystering 2007.46.1 clipping, newspaper Bowlers Wharf, Rappahannock River  
Route of Tappahannock Ferry and Steamboat 2007.48.4 Map  
copy of Roane Resoln. 1873 2007.52.01 Pamphlet?  
Poem: Thos. Bailey Tappahannock 1859 2007.52.02 Poem  
Essex Baseball clippings 2007.57.02 clipping, newspaper  
Tapp. Tides clippings copies 2007.58.1 clipping, newspaper  
Tides Repeat As VBL Champions, article 2007.58.2 clipping, newspaper  
Robert Coleman , 1656-1713 2007.61.1 Family Tree Coleman  
Reba Fitzpatrick Lea The "Belfield" Fitzpatricks and "Elim" Colemans; Their History and Genealogy 2007.61.2 Pamphlet  
Ed Haile drawn map of the Rappahannock River with locations to indian villages 2007.64.1 Map John Smith  
map of the Cheasapeake Bay and surrounding areas with indian villiges labeled, John Smith's map of Virginia 1608, on back John Smith narrative of Virginia 2007.64.2 Map John Smith  
album; scrap book 2007.92.1 "Working Paper On Descendants of Henry and Tabitha Purkins..."
album; scrap book 2007.92.2  
Tickets, Tidewater Satdium, Tappahannock, Admit 1, 90 c; with rain check 2008.04.1 Roll of Tickets Tappahannock  
identical to 2008.04.1; nicked on edge 2008.04.2 Roll of Tickets Tappahannock  
Captain Joseph Bohannon's list, inventory of men and equipment of Essex Militia, date unknown, signed by William Latane, Lietenant 2008.09.1 Inventory list  
Court Martial proceedings for Essex Militia signed by Thomas Cheaney, Clerk of Court Martial, mentions misconduct of Rice Fawcet, and fine of 20 shillings; John Grimstead leaves ? for his service; Martinu is allowed 20/; Leroy Daingerfield gentleman is commander;date unknown 2008.09.2 Document  
Receipt signed by S. P. Semple, guardian; for $500 bequeathed to the children of Robert Baylor Semple from the estate of a Mr. Buckner, Norfolk, VA 1853. 2008.09.3 Receipt  
Letter from A.W.S. Semple, at Millers, to his cousin, Henry Waring, Loretto, VA. Waring is unwell and perhaps thought to be near death by Semple who is expounding to him various points of Christian Salvation. Dated Feb. 10, 1843. 2008.09.4 Letter  
Envelope with cancellation stamp "USS Tappahannock Aug. 17, 1943" celebrating the 25th anniversary of being put into service as an oiler during WWII 2008.10 *DEL* Envelope  
Envelope with cancellation stamp "USS Tappahannock Aug. 17, 1967" celebrating the 25th anniversary of being put into service as an oiler during WWII 2008.10.2 Cancellation stamp  
envelope with cancellation stamp "USS Tappahannock Aug.17, 1967" celebrating the 25th anniversary of being put into service as an oiler during WWII 2008.10.2 *DEL*  
Harry Clemons 1 Book - The Home Library of teh Garnetts of "Elmwood" by Harry Clemons, University of Virginia Librarian, 1927-1950, Charlottesville, UVA Press, 1957 2008.11.1 Book  
1 post card of Historic Customs House, Tappahannock, post marked 1940 2008.13.1 Post Card  
1976 Bicentennial paper placemat 2008.47.6 Placemat  
Flyer for Roland B. Ball opening Tappahannock Radiator Shop 2009.07.3a Handbill  
Flyer for Roland B. Ball opeing Tappahannock Radiator Shop 2009.07.3b Handbill The Desert
Flyer for Roland B. Ball opeing Tappahannock Radiator Shop 2009.07.3c Handbill Saudi Desert
Anderton's calendar with recipes 1957. 2009.07.5 Calendar The Desert
Edith Latane Note to Dr. Wm . Chinn from Ms. Edith Latane, giving him copy of Parson Latane and a letter opener that belonged to here sister Lucy Temple Latane 2009.16.3 Letter, w. envelope  
Wooden, 15 1/4 x 3 1/8 x 1 1/4, 2009.19.1 Level Tools  
Wooden, 16 x 2 5/8 x 2 1/2 2009.19.2 Plane Tools  
16 x 12 5/8 in, 2009.19.3 Drill, hand Tools  
with blade, 11 x 3 1/2 in 2009.19.4 Hammer Tools  
9 x 1 in 2009.19.5 Schrewdriver Tools  
Stanley, wooden, 16 x 6 x 4 1/2 in 2009.19.6 Mitre box Tools  
Virginia Ice & Coal Company, 2009.20.1a Book, ice cupon Tappahannock Business  
Identical to 2009.20.1a 2009.20.1b Book, ice cupon Tappahannock Business  
"Document of Commission" of Robert Henry Cauthorn as Postmaster at Dunnsville, 1897. 2009.35.1 Document Iraq from Kuwait
Tidewater Tales by Wm. Garnett ad, 1930 2009.46.1 clipping, newspaper NW Kuwait
Essex County Fair, 1930, Harness Rqcing, School Children's parades 2009.46.2 clipping, newspaper NW Kuwait
Miller and Rhoads, Richmond department store advertisement, 1930 2009.46.3 clipping, newspaper  
Coney Island Lunch, across from Cauthorn's Drug Store, Tappahannock, L.B. Southard, Tappahannock, 1930 2009.46.4 clipping, newspaper Iraq
Va House Bill no. 50, 1878, extending deadline for Essex co. taxes for 1877 2009.55.1 Document  
Gertrude Green Accompanied donation of document, 1963 2009.55.2 Letter Blakey and others
Hannah Ware Hoskins and Kate Hoskins Warner Letters of Hannah Hoskins and papers of Kate Warner 2009.61.1 Letters Genealogy  
Ware Genealogy 2009.61.10 Genealogy Ware  
Letters between Kate Hoskins Warner and William Arthur Maddox, 1933 2009.61.11 Letters Kate Hoskins Warner; William Arthur Maddox  
The Waring Genealogy; two copies (a,b) 2009.61.12 Genealogy Waring  
Kate Hoskins at Sudlersville and the University 2009.61.13 Letters Kate Hoskins  
Record of the Births of Negroes from Hoskins Family Bible 2009.61.14 Records Hoskins Family  
John T. Hoskins in school. 2009.61.15 Memoir John T. Hoskins  
John T. Hoskins and his friends 2009.61.16 Memoir John T. Hoskins  
Life at Midway--letters 2009.61.17 Letters John T. Hoskins  
Playbill: "A Poor Married Man," Miller's Tavern Dramatic Club, no date 2009.61.18 Playbill  
Robert Gaines Haile Journal of Robert Gaines Haile, 1888-1920 2009.61.2 Journal Geneaology  
Short history of the Haile family 2009.61.4 History Geneaology  
Haile family Bible records 2009.61.5 Bible records Geneaology  
William Taliaferro Memoirs, 1937; Civil War Memoirs 2009.61.6 Memoirs William Taliaferro  
Journal of Emma Hoskins Haile 2009.61.7 Journal Emma Hoskins Haile  
The Hoskins of Kentucky 2009.61.8 Genealogy Hoskins  
The Buckner Genealogy 2009.61.9 Genealogy Buckner  
Spiral bound book: Lyman and Hankins, Encounters With the British In Virginia During the War of 1812, 2009; a copy of a newspaper clipping describing Plunder of Tappahannock, Dec. 1814 written by Ritchie is inside the book 2009.70.1 Book Mrs.John L. Featherston
Spiral bound book: Lyman, War of 1812 Burials At St. John's Episcopal Church Graveyard, Richmond, Va; 2009 2009.70.2 Book Mary Esther Blakey's graduation announcement
Burials of 3000+ War of 1812 Veterans In Virginia, 2009 2009.70.3 CD  
One state Roster for Virginia Reserve Militia , Sept 1, 1943 2009.76.1 Records For You, My Dear Friend
56 Enlistment Records for Company 29, Virginia Reserve Militia, "Minute Men," 1942-43 2009.76.2 Records  
Article, Rappahannock Times, July 22, '43, 4 partial pages,"Gov Darden Tells Essex Minute Men they are the largest in state" 2009.76.3 Newspaper  
Advertising mirror for Charles E. Corbin; ca 1940s, "Funeral Director-Ambulance Service, Paul's Cross Roads, Va. 2009.76.4 Mirror Tortilla Espanola
1 page letter from Wm. Shedden, Scottish merchant, posted "Hobshole 1771" 2009.82.1 Letter  
General information on Camco of Tappahannock, 4 pages 2010.04.1 Clipping Tidewater Under
(copy) letter to Louis Carreras from Va Governor's Ofc,1967,Div.of Inductrial Development 2010.04.2 Letter The Record
(copy) "Camco's Carreras Honored," Rappa.Times 1-10-74 2010.04.3 Clipping  
(copy)-"Brake Lining Business Booms At Walkerton,"Richmond T.D.9-16-79 2010.04.4 Clipping Rappahannock Times
(copy)Statement from Gloucester Court House Baseball Club,1948, concerning use of hired pitchers among Warsaw 2010.04.5 Letter  
(copy)Score sheet for Tappahannock Indians Baseball team vs Fredricksberg,1950 2010.04.6 Records  
(copy)"Tappahannock to Have Club, League or Not,"Tapp.Indians,FreeLanceStar,3-23-1951 2010.04.7 Clipping Essex County School No. 4
Old Clerk's Office 1930 (from Mary Wright) 2010.16.1 Post card Albert Cason Rennolds in the Civil War
Old Clerk's Office 1930 2010.16.2 Post card  
Riverside Hotel ca 1930 2010.16.3 Post card  
Essex County Promotional brochure, ca 1985 2010.17.1 Brochure Note
Essex County/Tappahannock Chamber of Commerce Directory,1997 2010.17.2 Directory Receipt
Tappahannock-Essex Chamber book, 1996-97 2010.17.3 Booklet Receipt
Rivahfest Guide, 2007 2010.17.4 Guide Promissory note
Tappahannock-Essex Chamber of Commerce Community Directory, 2008-09;topics;airport,county statistices,Kinloch Farm 2010.17.5 Directory Promissory note
Tappahannock-Essex Chamber of Commerce Community Directory, 2009-10;topics:Emmerson's Ordinary, wildlife reguges 2010.17.6 Directory Receipt
2006-2007 Essex County Chamber of Commerce Directory 2010.17.7 Directory Tappahannock  
Mark-Harem Beach,Tappa.,Cabins, ca 1950s 2010.31.1 Post card (color) Promissory note
Mark-Harem Beach,Tappa, Lodge and Beach, ca. 1950s 2010.31.2 Post card (color) Account
Charles Ainslie Mentions a funeral preached in 1877. 2011,34 Book Elizabeth Hoskins Roane
Christmas Card to the Brockenbrough family of Richmond County from Rev. A. B. Kinsolving of Baltimore, Md. Picture of a bay and church steeple in the distance with personal note on the back. 2011.10.11 Card Brockenbrough  
Humorous card has a picture of a woman in bed while a man walks a small baby -- new parents. Card is from Thomas Brockenbrough probably to William A. Brockenbrough 2011.10.12 Card Brockenbrough  
Judith Brockenbrough McGuire Copy from the internet of the front page of the book, published by E.J. Hale & Son, New York, 1868 2011.10.13 Document Brockenbrough  
Brockenbrough Evans From Brockenbrough Evans of Woodcliff, N.J. to Mrs. E.L. Marie, Jr. of Fredericksburg requesting family history information. 2011.10.16a. Letter Brockenbrough  
Originally used to send the letter from Brockenbrough Evans to Mrs. E.L. Marie, readdressed by her to Louis E. Marie, Jr., San Francisco, CA 2011.10.16b. Envelope Brockenbrough  
Robert L. Montague Letter to the Confederate Secretary of War, Hon. James A. Sesson from Robert L. Montague of Jamaica, Middlesex County requests that Capt. W.A. Brockenbrough be placed on agricultural detail to care for his six orphaned sisters. Microfilm and print ( two pages each). Request returned not approved. 2011.10.20 Letter Brockenbrough  
Lucy Brockenbrough Knox Marie and Loula Brockenbrough Knox Two pages of family history notes compiled by Lucy Brockenbrough Knox Marie, and her mother, Loula Brockenbrough Knox 2011.10.22 Document Brockenbrough  
Notes explaning the Fauntleroy-Brockenbrough connection. Written on floral note paper, one sheet front and back. 2011.10.23 Document Brockenbrough  
Lucy Brockenbrough Knox Marie and Loula Brockenbrough Knox Family history notes complied by Lucy Brockenbrough Knox Marie and her mother, Loula Brockenbrough Knox 2011.10.24 Document Brockenbrough  
Handwritten family history notes for the Brockenbrough, Beadles and Gray families. Two sheets front and back. 2011.10.31 Document Brockenbrough  
Handwritten obituary of Thomas Wilson Brockenbrough (1814-1887) of Richmond, Va. 2011.10.32 Document Brockenbrough  
Regrets from an unknown person to the 1865 wedding of W.A. Brockenbrough to Lutie Beadles 2011.10.33 Card Brockenbrough  
Handwritten in the upper right corner: Wm. A. Brockenbrough, Emmerton, Richmond Co., Va. 2011.10.34 Newsletter Brockenbrough  
Erik Henrick Nylin Drawn and painted by Professor Nylin while he was a patient inthe U.S. Marine Hospital, Seattle, Washington. Sans Reculler Jamais [Never Turn Back] 2011.10.35 Coat of Arms Brockenbrough  
Welcomes the new granddaughter, Lucy Brockenbrough Knox, to the world. 2011.10.36 Letter Brockenbrough  
Handwritten poem describing a day's fishing at Waveland 2011.10.37 Document Brockenbrough  
Lutie Beadles Brockenbrough Diary recounting her experiences in Richmond during the Civil War. 2011.10.39 Book Brockenbrough  
Sallie M. Brockenbrough Newspaper clippings from the Civil War pasted into a penmanship exercise book. 2011.10.40 Scrapbook Brockenbrough  
Sallie Maxwell Brockenbrough Made from an 1870 U.S. Census book. Contains a letter from Fitzhugh Lee, dated April 10, 1885. 2011.10.42 Scrapbook Brockenbrough  
Typewritten transcript of Lucy Yates Wellford Gray's obituary, 1858, done March 20, 1966 by Shirley M. Beckham 2011.10.43a. Document Brockenbrough  
Cut and pasted on card in two pieces. Belonged to Lucy Knox Marie. 2011.10.43b, Newspaper clipping Brockenbrough  
About William A. Brockenbrough's qualifications for House of Delegates. Written by John Luttrell of Northumberland County. Belonged to Lucy Knox Marie. 2011.10.43c. Newspaper clipping Brockenbrough  
Two unsigned notes: One is dated February 19, 1862; the other refers to "Grandmother Beadles, who was a Brockenbrough" and " our dresses from 1866" 2011.10.44 Paper Brockenbrough  
Typewritten list of signers of the Leedstown Resolutions, February 27, 1766. Belonged to Alice Gray Fauntleroy Nylin. 2011.10.45 Document Brockenbrough  
Large two page extensive family tree of the Brockenbrough and related families. 2011.10.46 Document Brockenbrough  
John B. Newton, Bishop Coadjutor of the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia The letter written to Sallie Maxwell Brockenbrough begins "Dear Cousin"; The envelope is addressed to Mrs. W.A. Brockenbrough, Emmerton, Richmond County. This is written on official stationary from the Bishop's office in Richmond, Va. 2011.10.47 Letter and envelope Brockenbrough  
5 1/2 x 7 3/4 in, leather binding wiith embossed and painted bouquet on cover with 36 photos of people, Names: Gresham saunders, Samuel, Brown, Rennolds. 2011.16.01 Album, photo Tappahannock Business  
"E.C. Doggett of Kilmarnick began... as new manager of the Sanitary Grocery Store here." prob. Rappahannock Times, 1938 2011.16.10 Clipping, newspaper Tappahannock Business  
New Thomas J. Downing Bridge, Tappahannock; opening ceremonies, Dec 28, 1963. 2011.16.17 Program Tappahannock Business  
"New Bridge to Open Four Months Ahead of Schedule," Northern Neck News, Dec 19, 1963. 2011.16.18 Newspaper clipping w/ photograph Tappahannock Business  
Tappahannock Memorial Methodist Church; morning worship, October 25, 1942, 11AM and evening worship 7:30PM; Pastor A.L. Stevenson 2011.16.19 Bulletin Churches  
Paper with prayer and a list of officers, probably of women's group. Tappahannock Memorial Methodist Church, ca 1942. Was attached to bulletin (2011.16.19). Names: Mrs. Bland, Mrs. Seeberger (?), Mrs. Claude Brooks, Mrs. Nellie Coghill, Mrs. J.W. Clay. 2011.16.20 Paper Churches  
Tappahanncok Memorial Methodist Church; morning worship, June 16, 1940. Pastor was Rev. A.L. Stevenson. 2011.16.21 Bulletin Tappahannock Business  
"Programs, 1942, Women's Society of Christian Service, Tappahannock Methodist Church;" 14 pages, belonged to Ruby P. Doggett. 2011.16.22 Booklet Tappahannock Business  
Tappahannock Memorial Methodist Church, ca 1960s. 2011.16.23 Postcard Tappahannock Business  
"The Miracle Church, History of the Tappahannock Memorial Methodist Church;" by L.P. Blaud, et al. 1952, 8 pages. 2011.16.24 Booklet Tappahannock Business  
With photo of Tappahannock Memoprial Church, made by Southside Bank, no date, ca 1960(?). 2011.16.25 Calendar Tappahannock Business  
Tappahannock Lions Club, Charter Night, Friday April 17, 1942, Riverside Hotel. 2011.16.26 Program Tappahannock Business  
Cooking--"Eclipse Chopper Cook Book;" Montgomery Ward and Co., ca 1920s 2011.16.27 Booklet Tappahannock Business  
"Emergency Handbook/Directory," Tidewater Memorial Hospital, 1980, 64 pages. 2011.16.28 Booklet Tappahannock Business  
Rotary--"First Aid Procedure", promotion for People's Drug Store, Tappahannock. 2011.16.29 Chart Tappahannock Business  
"Community Favorites, A Selection of Your Favorite Songs for Community Singing," promotional item for Brooks Esso Servicecenter, Tappahannock, ca 1950. 2011.16.30 Booklet Tappahannock Business  
Delivered at the House of Representatives (Washington: McGill & Witherow, Printers, 1861. Original pamphlet. 2011.27.01 Pamphlet 1941 Almanack
by a Citizen of Virginia (Washington: John T. Towers, 1850). Original inscribed by Larkin Hundley. 2011.27.02 Pamphlet Ladies Birthday Almanack, 1943
Unidentified compiler. Unpaginated. Bound journal. 2011.27.03 Book 1943 Almanack
made by Capt. Larkin Hundley. Soft cover. Bound journal. 2011.27.04 Book List of Cities and Towns in Virginia
by Lucy Hundley Anderson, 70 pages. Copy begins with Lucy Temple Hundley, born December 23, 1871 at Rose Hill. Copy. 2011.27.05 Pamphlet Guide to National Gallery of Art, U.S.A.
4 pages. Photostat 2011.27.06 Papers Esso War Map III
19 pages. Copy 2011.27.07 Pamphlet Old Hoskins Bible
from Dorothy Whiting to Eliza B. Whiting. Photostat. 2011.27.08 Letter Dobyns Family Bible
from Larkin Hundley to Eliza B. Whiting. Photostat. Two copies. 2011.27.09 Letter Dr. William Hoskins
from Eliza B. Waring to Dr. Hundley. Photostat. 2011.27.10 Letter Capt. and Mrs. John Thomas Hoskins
Rose Hill farm and household accounts. 2011.27.11 Ledger Judith Elizabeth Hoskins
Miscellaneous Geneological Notes and Charts. 2011.27.12 Papers Robert Baylor Carter
Plywood cover, 15 1/2 x 16 3/4 inches. Names of primary Sunday School class listed: Charles Bray, James Garland Taylor, Patricia Anne Atkins, Shirley Anne Wilkerson, Doris Haile, John W. Stephan, Billy Davis, Ivan Owens, Richard Tignor, Robert Maury Hundley, Edward Beck, James Martin, Carroll Garrett, Prue Hundley, Jean Brigendine, Newton DeShazo, Robbie Waring, Carolyn Hodges, Ruth Martin and Billy Taylor. 2011.36.1 Scrap book Willard D. Hoskins Family
War record of Capt. Albert Rennolds. promised not received 2011.37.5 War record Elizabeth Lyne Hoskins Montague
War record of Capt. John Rosler. promised not received 2011.37.6 War record Dr. Richard Lewis Hoskins Dobyns
Newspaper clipping about Lillian McGuire, African-American historian of Tappahannock. 2011.45.1 Newspaper clipping Joan and Kenneth Paris  
Newspaper clipping, Emerson's Ordinary,Tappahannock ,restoration, by George Jennings 2011.45.2 Newspaper clipping Joan and Kenneth Paris  
Austin Brockenbrough, Jr. Photocopy of Austin Brockenbrough's will; two pages 2012,15.1 Document Willie Stockdon
Three partial editions of the New York Sun, dated February 6, 1898, March 13, 1898 and April 3, 1898; 24 pages total. 2012.01.1 Newspaper DeShields Fisher  
Mentions L.E. Mumford (of Cape Charles) Banking Company and pickle factory at Tappahannock situated on the Rappahannock River. 2012.01.2 clipping, newspaper DeShields Fisher  
Partial -- Four pages from the Richmond News Leader, Tuesday, June 9, 1925. 2012.01.3 Newspaper DeShields Fisher  
170 pages; front and back covers are missing; poor condition 2012.01.4 Magazine DeShields Fisher  
Front and back covers missing; poor condition; advertisements for Coca-Cola and early autos. 2012.01.5 Magazine DeShields Fisher  
O. Roeder Eight pages, front and back covers, poor condition; no date, probably early 1900's. 2012.01.6 Sheet Music DeShields Fisher  
Piano music for two performers from Crobe's Omnibus; cover sheet with one page of music on back of the cover. 2012.01.7 Sheet Music DeShields Fisher  
Includes articles on Essex historical homes: Blandfield, Brooke's Bank, Elmwood, Barn at Elmwood, Linden House, Oakalona, Vauter's Episcopal Church, Wheatland, and fossil sharks' teeth in Rappahannock Valley. 2012.02.1 Magazine History of Rappahannock and Essex Steamboat Landings, Downing Bridge, Norris Bridge
B.R. Warsimer Five pages, published in Richmond, Va. 2012.05.1 Sheet Music Virginia Wildlife "Virginia's Northern Neck"
Edgar S. Werner & Co., N.Y., publisher Ten pages, recalls the Civil War, appears to have been used often. 2012.05.2 Sheet Music Cover
Emily G.R. Farrow and Mary E. Hatcher Linking former Ritchie chair owner Emily Green Farrow to Mary Roane Ritchie,(1811-1842) daughter of Thomas Ritchie,etc. 3 pages 2012.16.2 Notes, genealogical Marvin Stockdon
Advertisement for Mrs. John McGuire's "Femaie Boarding and Day School, at Tappahannock, Essex County, Va." for Session beginning October 1870 2012.25.1 Advertisement Wallace Bryan Stockdon
Commissioners' Sale of Real Estate in Essex County, January 1869, per decree in the chancery case of Waring vs. Wright, 615 1/4 acres, mostly forest and a dwelling where Mr. E.M. Jones resides. Commissioners: J.H.C. Jones, R.S. Montague, T.H. Croxton, probably from the Richmond Dispatch 2012.25.2 Newspaper clipping W.B. Stockdon philanthropy
Southern Protection Insurance Company insuring Dr. Thomas P. Eubank for amount of $3500.00 against loss by fire of his dwelling house and barn and grain and farming utensils in barn, Alexandria, Va., March 1858 2012.25.3 Document Wallce Bryan Stockdon
Receipt for insurance premium pay of Dr. Thomas P. Eubank of South Hill, Essex County, $35.00 for three years, January 21, 1858 2012.25.4 Document Wallace I. Stockdon, Sr. and Virginia H. Stockdon
Wallace I Stockdon, Jr. Cover file with one divider created by Col. Wallace I. Stockdon, Jr. with a list of eleven family members each of whose letters he kept in a folder; includes his parents, wife, two children and five brothers. 2012.31.01 Folder Stockdon Papers  
Wallace I. Stockdon, Jr. Contains approximately 26 items. Topics include Bowlers, U.S. Coast Artillery, U.S. Army, Fort Monroe, VA, Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court, Richmond, VA 2012.31.02 Folder Stockdon Papers  
Wallace I. Stockdon, Jr. 23 items, mostly letters from Elizabeth St. Clair Tyree Vermillion Stockdon to her husband, Wallace I. Stockdon, Jr. from their home in Richmond, VA to Fort Monroe, VA where he was stationed. 2012.31.03 Folder Stockdon Papers  
Wallace I. Stockdon, Jr. 26 items, mostly letters from Willie Tyree Stockdon to her father, Wallace I. Stockdon, Jr. from Richmond, VA to Fort Monroe, VA; also her high school memory book is in the box. 2012.31.04 Folder Stockdon Papers  
Wallace I. Stockdon, Jr. 33 items, boyhood drawings and other juvenile items of Wallace Bryan (Bryanie) Stockdon, son of Wallace I. Stockdon, Jr. Topics: Christmas, boats, Boy Scout uniform, etc. 2012.31.05 Folder Stockdon Papers  
Wallace I. Stockdon, Jr. 21 items, mostly letters from Wallace Bryan Stockdon to his father, Wallace I. Stockdon, Jr. from various locations while Bryan was in the U.S. Army. Topics: WWII; Fort Story, VA; Fort Sill, Oklahoma; Camp Howze, Texas; Phillippines 2012.31.06 Folder Stockdon Papers  
Wallace Bryan Stockdon 5 items of Wallace Bryan Stockdon in later life. Topics: philanthropy: gift of $1,992 to Children's Hospital Foundation, Richmond, VA at his passing at age 86 in December 2010; gift to University of Richmond in 2005, etc. 2012.31.07 Folder Stockdon Papers  
Wallace I. Stockdon, Jr. 4 items: Wallace I. Stockdon, Sr. and wife, Virginia H. Stockdon, father and mother of Wallace I. Stockdon, Jr. Topics: International Harvester Company of America, Richmond; "negro chicken thief;" Poe St., Richmond, 1930; knitted bedspreads for six sons, 1935-1936 2012.31.08 Folder Stockdon Papers  
Wallace I. Stockdon, Jr. 3 letters from Marvin Stockdon to brother, Wallace. Topics: International Harvester Company, Richmond; Fort Monroe, Hampton; annual family picnic at Bowlers Cottage, September 1933 2012.31.09 Folder Stockdon Papers  
Wallace I. Stockdon, Jr. 17 items, mostly letters from Claude C. Stockdon, Poe St., Richmond, VA to his brother, Wallace I. Stockdon, Jr. at Fort Monroe, Hampton, VA. Topics: weekend drinking parties of Stockdon brothers at Fort Monroe; hospital at Clifton Forge, VA; model trains 2012.31.10 Folder Stockdon Papers  
Wallace I. Stockdon, Jr. 45 items, mostly letters from Bruce "Bee" Stockdon (1900-1974) to his brother, Wallace I. Stockdon, Jr. ; includes 13 photos of Bee Stockdon. Topics: weekend drinking parties of Stockdon brothers at Fort Monroe and Bowlers; World War II; Japan Air Defense Force historian 1953; White House Conference on Child Health and Protection, 1930s, etc. 2012.31.11 Folder Stockdon Papers  
Wallace I. Stockdon, Jr. 10 items, mostly letters from Claude C. Stockdon to his brother Wallace and one to his father, "The Colonel." Topics: Young Men's Christian Association, Norfolk, VA; Virginia Law of Desertion and Non-Support, etc. 2012.31.12 Folder Stockdon Papers  
Wallace I. Stockdon, Jr. 31 items, mostly letters from Mark Jordan Stockdon in Hampton, VA to his brother Wallace in Richmond, VA. Topics: Cosby Motor Company, Hampton; C and O Hospital at Clifton Forge, VA; Newport News Automobile Exchange; visits to Bowlers 2012.31.13 Folder Stockdon Papers  
Wallace I. Stockdon, Jr. 30 items, letters and newspaper clippings, etc. relating to the career of Wallace I. Stockdon, Jr. with Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court, Richmond, VA. Topics: Virginia Conference of Social Work, Charlottesville, 1923; letter from Gov. E. Lee Trinkle, 1924; Programme for laying of corner stone for Juvenile Court, 1925. 2012.31.14 Folder Stockdon Papers  
Wallace I. Stockdon, Jr. 17 items called "personal mention in file of Wallace I. Stockdon, Jr. Topics: fishing trip to Montverde, Florida; humor, athlete's foot treatment; mixed drink recipes, etc. 2012.31.15 Folder Stockdon Papers  
Wallace Bryan Stockdon 33 pages; in slipcase. People: Wallace I. Stockdon, Jr.; Claude Stockdon; Marvin Stockdon; A. B. Vermillion; Wallace Bryan Stockdon; Willie Stockdon. Topics: Construction of cottage at Bowlers, 1926; Fort Monroe; Fort Story; Army breaking strike at Dan River Cotton Mills in Danville, VA, 1930; John Marshall High School Cadel Corps, Richmond, circa 1937-1942; vacations at Bowlers; album also contains several letters, clippings and cadel memorabelia inserted by Bryan Stockdon 2012.31.16 Photo Album Stockdon Papers  
Wallace Bryan Stockdon 41 pages, approximately 254 photographs compiled by Wallce Bryan Stockdon. His photographs of the Phillippines and Korea while in service in the U.S. Army, in the Pacific during WWII and his return in 1946 to Seattle, Washington. There are also 16 documents and newspaper clippings and some military insignia. No slipcase. 2012.31.17 Photo Album Stockdon Papers  
Wallace Bryan Stockdon 84 photographic prints of the Stockdon family, Richmond and Bowlers' Wharf 2012.31.18 Photo Album Stockdon Papers  
Wallace Bryan Stockdon 77 photographic prints of the Stockdon family at Bowlers' Wharf; vacation to Pennsylvania; Coan Wharf, Northumberland County; Stockdon home in Richmond 2012.31.19 Photo Album Stockdon Papers  
Wallace Bryan Stockdon 75 photographic prints of the Stockdon family at Bowlers' Wharf and on vacation at Windmill Point, Valley Forge, Pennsylvania; Wilmington; Fort Bragg, N.C., Army Reserve Summer Camp 2012.31.20 Photo Album Stockdon Papers  
Wallace Bryan Stockdon 36 photographic prints of the Stockdon family at Richmond Bowlers Cottage; vacation to Cape Hatteras, N.C.; Norfolk, VA, McArthur Memorial 2012.31.21 Photo Album Stockdon Papers  
Wallace Bryan Stockdon 95 photographic prints of the Stockdon family and friends; repair of bulkhead at Bowlers Cottage; boats, trip to Hartford, Conn.; Fort Lee; Bellwood; Winter at Bowlers, 1977 2012.31.22 Photo Album Stockdon Papers  
Wallace Bryan Stockdon 95 photographic prints of the Stockdon family and friends; homes at Richmond and Bowlers Wharf; Washington Zoo; Windmill Point 2012.31.23 Photo Album Stockdon Papers  
Wallace Bryan Stockdon 73 photographic prints of the Stockdon family and friends; Richmond, Bowlers' Wharf, Cape Henry; stamp collection 2012.31.24 Photo Album Stockdon Papers  
Wallace Bryan Stockdon 228 photographic prints of the Stockdon family and friends at Bowlers' Wharf and other locations 2012.31.25 Photo Album Stockdon Papers  
Wallace Bryan Stockdon 283 photographic prints of the Stockdon family and friends 2012.31.26 Photo Album Stockdon Papers  
Wallace I. Stockdon, Jr. Approximately 21 items from magazines, newspapers, newspaper pages and clippings. Includes Good Auto News: Cosby Mother Co., Hampton, VA n.d. (Mark J. Stockdon); memory book of John Marshall High School graduates, 1936 (Willie T. Stockdon); Hampton Rhodes Naval Center, full page article from the Sunday Magazine Section, Richmond Times Dispatch, 1936; "Join the National Guard" pamphlet, 1939; The Virginia Guardsman Magazine, 1939; Richmond Times Dispatch editorial page, 1939; Norfolk Ledger Dispatch front page, 1940; The Monocle Newspaper of John Marshall High School, 1941; Yank Magazine, U.S. Army Weekly, Sept. 3, 1943; The Key Outpost newspaper, U.S. Navy Base, Key West, Florida, two copies dated June 11, 1943 and September 17, 1943; U.S. Army -- Naval Journal of Recognition magazine, September 1943; The Philadelphia Inquirer War Atlas, 1942, artwork of Gen. Douglas McArthur; W. I. Stockdon, Jr: Certificates of commission as delegate to Congress of American Prison Association, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1924, signed by Gov. E. Lee Trinkle; delegate certificate to National Conference of Social Work, Des Moines, Iowa, 1927, signed by Gov. Harry F. Byrd; delegate certificate to Congress of American Prison Association, Kansas City, Missouri, 1928, signed by Gov. Harry F. Byrd; delegate certificate to National Conference of Social Work in Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1931, signed by Gov. John Garland Pollard; U.S. Veteran of Foreign Wars Calendar, 2008; large Easter Greeting Card, 1944 2012.31.27 Folder Stockdon Papers  
14 photographic prints including portrait prints of Stockdon family members and small photo copies of Stockdon ancestors 2012.31.28 Folder Stockdon Papers  
W.I. Stockdon and W.B. Stockdon Two sets of National Guard photos: 24 photos of Dan River Mills, Danville, VA c. 1920's from Wallace I. Stockdon, Jr. and 16 Army Reserve photos, c. 1969, from to W. Bryan Stockdon 2012.31.29 Folder Stockdon Papers  
Five framed photographs of Stockdon family members 2012.31.30 Folder Stockdon Papers  
Paperback book containing the Minutes of the Southside Rappahannock Baptist Association, Raikes Church School Convention, and Woman's Baptist District Missionary Convention (African-American), 56 pages 2013.08.01 Book Bruce "Bee" Stockdon
To Rev. A.B. Brown, Bowler's Wharf, dated 10(?)-23-1897, for shipment of Bible books and one cent books. Ticket has a small engraving of steamboat "Lancaster". 2013.08.02 Ticket Claude Stockdon
One sheet folded to make four pages; written in pencil probably by Rev. A.B. Brown of Trinity Baptist Church, Center Cross. 2013.08.03 Pamphlet Mark Jordan Stockdon
Supoena for A. B. Brown to appear in Essex County Court on 18 September 1899 to testify against Aubrey Jones, etc., charged with a felony; signed by Harrison Southwork, Clerk of Court, 13 September 1899. 2013.08.04 Document Letters and Newspaper clippings
To A.B. Brown for $2.42, dated November 29, 1902. W.H. Street (?), Treasurer. 2013.08.05 Document  
Return receipt for a registered letter, Rev. A.B. Brown, Center Cross, from the Postmaster at Chicago for a letter addressed to Marvin Smith Co., postmarked October 24, 1903. 2013.08.06 Document Volume 1
Letter to Rev. A.B. Brown, Center Cross, Va. from H.P. Rieger & Co., Importers and Dealers in Granite, Marble and Statuary, dated October 23, 1903; concerns adding Rev. Brown's name to a cornerstone he ordered, 1 page. 2013.08.07 Document Volume 2
Notes for a lecture on Abrahan Lincoln's life with heading: "At Trinity Baptist Church, Center Cross, Essex County, VA, February 12 (19)-12, probably in hand of Rev. A.B. Brown and given by him; 3 pages, black ink on one side of lined paper. 2013.08.08 Document Volume 4
Petition to the Court of Essex County to establish a Presbyterian Church in South Farnham Parish on land of Thomas Miller, signed by 41 men (photocopy). 2013.19.2 Petition Volume 6
Catherine Pyne Parry Note written by Catherine Pynes Parry, granddaughter of Joseph A. Pynes with information babout his ogee clock (2013.28.01) 2013.28.02 Document Volume 16
J.A. Pynes with Joseph Mann, receipt for "wheting cross cut saw" and etc. 2013.28.07 Document Ephemera
J.A. Pynes with Mrs. Susan D. Mann, receipt for cutting tires and purchase of "glass at sale" 2013.28.08 Document Photographic portrait prints
Due J.A. Pynes, $16.00 for waiver of "my homestead exemptions" by John T. Harmon 2013.28.09 Document National Guard and Army Reserve photos
Due J.A. Pynes, 50 cents for repairs on gun, from W.B. Harmon 2013.28.10 Document Stockdon family photographs
J.A. Pynes with Mr. J. T. Harmon, receipt for hub, spokes and cutting tire, $2.75 2013.28.11 Document  
J.A. Pynes with Mr. Charles Johnson, receipt for repairs on gun, plow and wagon, etc. 2013.28.12 Document  
For shop account from William Greenstreet (his mark); witnessed by Norvell Pynes 2013.28.13 Document  
To J.A. Pynes for repairs on horse cart, two fellows in wheel, and cut tire, from Arthur Smith; not signed by Smith: "I hereby wave the benefit of my homestead and all other exemptions..." 2013.28.14 Document  
J.A. Pynes in account with W.T. Greenstreet for farm work: plowing, sowing wheat, cutting wood People: Lalle Greenstreet 2013.28.15 Document  
For $15.00 to J.A. Pynes for a one-horse wagon, from W.T. Greenstreet. 2013.28.16 Document  
J.A. Pynes in account with William Greenstreet for a coat, bacon, wheat, cash, plow part, bags, corn shucks, mending a pitchfork, sweet potatoes, vinegar, meal 2013.28.17 Document James Smith postcard collection
J.A. Pynes in account with Samuel Jackson, for work on harrow, cultivator, cutting tires, hook (?) eyes to cart 2013.28.18 Document  
1941 Almanack, courtesy of Southside Bank, Tappahannock, VA 2013.29.1 Booklet  
1946 Almanack, courtesy of Southside Bank 2013.29.2 Booklet Hobb His Hole
The All-Virginia Book of Facts, Courtesy of Southside Bank, Tappahannock, VA 2013.29.3 Booklet  
Ladies Birthday Almanack, 1943, courtesy of The Corner Drug Store, Tappahannock, VA 2013.29.4 Booklet  
1932 booklet, List of Cities and Towns in Virginia 2013.29.5 Booklet  
General information and list of paintings and sculpture 2013.29.6 Booklet  
Features the Pacific Theater 2013.29.7 Booklet  
With records from 1772-1860 relating to Mount Pleasant, Holly Springs and Midway Plantations in King and Queen and Essex Counties 2013.30.01 Bible  
Bible of Richard Lewis Hoskins Dobyns (1834--1867) of Tappahannock, Fredericksburg, Boonville, Missouri and Little Rock, Arkansas 2013.30.02 Bible  
Photographic portrait of Dr. William Hoskins (1833-1895) of King and Queen County, in a small gilt frame 2013.30.03 Photograph  
Photographic portrait of Capt. John Thomas Hoskins (1817--1891) of "Midway", Essex County and his second wife, Hannah Ware Hoskins (1833--1913); oval in a small gilt frame 2013.30.04 Photograph  
Photographic portrait of Judith Elizabeth Hoskins (Mrs. George H. Dobynes) (1810--1864) of "Mount Clements", Essex County. Mrs. Dobynes was the sister of Capt. John Thomas Hoskins. 2013.30.05 Photograph  
Photograhic portrait of Robert Baylor Carter, circa 1810, son of Rev. Jesse Carter of King and Queen County (Thomas Carter family). 2013.30.06 Photograph  
Photographic portrait of Elizabeth Hoskins Roane (1781--1825), second wife of Judge Spencer Roane and daughter of Col. John Hoskins (1751--1813) of "Mount Pleasant", King and Queen County; in oval frame 2013.30.07 Photograph  
Clinedinst, Baltimore, Maryland Willard D. Hoskins (1860--1910) and Ella Garnett Hundley Hoskins (1869--1910) on their wedding trip. 2013.30.08 Photograph  
Taken at the Jamestown Exposition 2013.30.09 Photograph  
Photographic portrait of Elizabeth Lyne Hoskins Montague (1868--1951), wife of Governor Andrew Jackson Montague and founder of the Confederate Home. She was the daughter of Dr. William and Janet Carter Roy Hoskins 2013.30.10 Photograph  
Photographic print of Dr. Richard Lewis Hoskins Dobyns, located in the Dobyns family bible, 2013.30.02 2013.30.11 Photograph  
Raymond B. Wallace, Jr. Published in five parts in the Rappahannock Times; five pages, two copies 2013.31.3 Newspaper clipping  
Haile Article from the 2013 Report of Essex County Countryside Alliance, p. 13 2013.32.1 Article  
Williams Article from the 2013 Report of Essex County Countryside Alliance, p. 18 2013.32.2 Article  
Taylor Article from the 2013 Report of Essex County Countryside Alliance, p. 25 2013.32.3 Article  
Derieux Article from the 2013 Report of Essex County Countryside Alliance, p. 51 2013.32.4 Article  
Reisinger Article from the 2013 Report of Essex County Countryside Alliance, p. 56 2013.32.5 Article  
From Thomas Gouldman -- 1790 Family Bible; ledger that belonged to Dr. D.W. Sale and Dr. Will Sale (photocopies); will of R. Lumpkin; letter from Sheriff L.T. Bristow, Tappahannock, 1963; receipt for sale of wheat and oats by Dr. W.D. Sale to Commission Merchants in Baltimore, 1894. Families: Gouldman, Gouldin, Parker, Bentley. Slaves belonging to John G. Bentley: Beverly, Kay, Henley, Gray, Micou, Roane, Spindle. 2014.08.1 Genealogical material  
Essex Community Chorus Materials from 1980-1998: Two scrapbooks, 13 cds, photographs, programs, clippingsetc. from Bryan and Mary Taliaferro 2014.08.2 Scrapbooks  
Essex Militia Essex Militia (6th Regiment Virginia Militia) Scout Authorization form signed by Col. Jonathan Daingerfield, Jno. Belfield, Adgt. pro tem (copy) and related materials: 3 text panels with transcription and explanation of the form. 2014.11.1 Form  
Essex County Militia Muster rolls of Essex County Militia Companies, War of 1812; Capt. Joseph Janney, 22 pages. Copied from rolls in Auditor's office in Richmond. 2014.11.2 Muster rolls  
Trophy, silver plated; 9 in high X 3.5 dia; marked "Tappahannock Girls Baseball, 1935" 2014.17.1 Trophy Sports  
Trophy, silver plated, 7.5 in high X 3.0 wide; marked "Tappahannock Baseball, 1935." 2014.17.2 Trophy Sports  
Essex County Cannon and Memorial Day programs, May 30, 1987; photos. 2014.30.1 Memorial Day program Helen Ware  
Essex County Tricentennial materials (1692 - 1992) 2014.30.2 Essex County Tricentennial materials Helen Ware  
Label, can (scan); Rappahannock brand green blackeye peas; 1 lb; packed by John S Waring and Sons, Dunnsville, Va, n d. 2014.32.01 Can label W Pippenger  
Label, can (scan); Fairview brand, early June peas; 1 lb; packed by J S Waring and Sons, Dunnsville, Va; n d. 2014.32.02 Can label W Pippenger  
Label, can (scan); Fairview brand, Sanitary Packed Tomatoes, 1 lb, 3 oz., packed by J S Waring and Sons, Dunnsville, Va. n d 2014.32.03 Can label W Pippenger  
Newspaper clipping, photo of Rappahannock District High School Class of 1921, Tappahannock. 2015.02.1 Newspaper clipping King and Queen Historical Society, Jack Spain  
Newspaper clipping; photo of end of Bowlers Steamboat Wharf with people and cargo, n d; taken from steamboat. 2015.02.2 Newspaper clipping King and Queen Historical Society, Jack Spain  
Card, Advertising; for W J Taylor and Bros, Ozena (sic) Va. Austen's Forest Flower Cologne. Artwork in color, of a classical woman holding a wreath of flowers. Poor condition, early 1900s. 2015.03.1 Advertising card Carter and Oza Bell  
Card, advertising, for W J Taylor and Bro, Ozeana, Essex Co, Va., for Jayne's Toxic Vermifuge. Ca early 1900s; color artwork of an Italian mother and her child on the seashore. 2015.03.2 Advertising card Carter and Oza Bell  
Card, advertising. No store name, Willie Mantie Thread, color artwork of a young girl with a parrot and cat playing with thread from a large spool; ca 1880s. 2015.03.3 Advertising card Carter and Oza Bell  
Ten Essex County Public School Teachers' Monthly Reports, Occupacia District, 1891, white and colored schools; envelope from Mumford Bank, Tappahannock. 2015.08.1 Reports Lillian Baird Blackwell  
Shippling label by steamboat, for goods to McCullough and Aburn, Baltimore, MD including oysters, wool, hides, furs, live stock, butter, eggs, terrapin, game, poultry, dried fruits. Signed by Mace Wilson. Shipping point : Henry Southard per McDonald. 2015.14.10 Shipping label Nancy Tignor  
Three Tappahannock Baseball Club tickets, 1948. 2016.01.2 Baseball tickets Peyton and MaeLynn Guest  
B. C. Rennolds, L.E. Mumford Bank, 1909; for 2 bushels of corn fro Willie Ellet 96.086.2 Check Notes for a lecture
from B.G. Rennolds. Mumford Bank, 1908 96.086.3 Check Return receipt
To Rennolds from W. Edwards 96.086.4 Letter Letter
Washington 2 cent 96.086.5 Stamp Shall we gather at the river...that flows by the throne of God
Franklin 1 cent 96.086.6 Stamp  
letter from W.H. Tyler, post marked Tappahannock, 3rd January, no year, to Rev. William N. Ward, Warsaw, concerning the construction of a dam,the hiring of a hand, and the direction of three slave under the care of Rev. Ward; One page; probably circa 1840-1860. L2008.6.1 Letter  
To Commonwealth of VA , June 18, 1861, from Winter Bray for fodder for Essex Light Dragoons, $23.20; approved by William N. Ward Commander of Fort Lowry and Francis Mallory, commander of Co. of Virginia Volunteers L2008.8 Invoice Civil War  
Check from G. Derieux to N.Y. 1948 L96.097.7 Check S. Derieux  
Assortment of CSA and VA paper money reproductions L97.099.05 Assortment of documents and currencies David Gaddy  
C de V John Wilkes Booth autorgraph (fake?) L97.099.07 Autograph David Gaddy  
W. J. Parker General Merchandize, 1897 , Mrs. Frenetta Minor P01.005.1 Receipt business  
1953 Rappaahnnock River Fredericksburg to Marsh Point ?Towles Point to Marsh Point P01.013.1 Chart, nautical  
Cemetery of First Baptist Church, Tappahannock, 1986, made by R. Peel Dillard P01.019.1 Map, survey Churches  
Mundy family. 1807 P02.004 Workbook Education  
Civil War, 1863 P02.017.1 Token Confederacy  
15 cents, 1863 P02.017.2 Scrip, currency Confederacy  
15 cents, 1863 P02.017.3 Scrip, currency Confederacy  
25 cents, 1863 P02.017.4 Scrip, currency Confederacy  
50 cents, 1862 P02.017.5 currency, postage Confederacy  
27 and 1/2 pairs, 1920's P04.031 Gloves Women's Clothing  
framed w. glass, Essex Paint and Hardware Co., image of a woman on horseback w. thermometer on front and 1952 calendar on back P04.033 Picture Tappahannock  
Taporapian, Tappahannock High School, 1938 P04.035.1 Yearbook Education  
The Rappahannock Rock, 1938, Rappahannock District High School P04.035.2 Yearbook Education America On Guard
"Landsdowne", Lee home, Urbanna P96.001.1 Postcard  
Urbanna Beach Hotel, 1930s P96.001.2 Postcard  
Marshall's Drug Store, Urbanna, 1930's P96.001.3 Postcard  
Episcopal Church, Urbanna, 1930s P96.001.4 Postcard  
Seacobeck Hall, MWC, Fredericksburg, 1930's P96.001.5 Postcard  
Monroe Hall, MWC, Fredericksburg, 1930's P96.001.6 Postcard Minutes of the Southside Rappahannock Baptist Association, Raikes Church School Convention, and Woman's Baptist District Missionary Convention (African-American)
$0.02 Washington P96.064.2 Stamp Subpoena
$0.02 Washington P96.064.3 Stamp Tax Receipt
To Mrs. Robert Y. Henley. From some of the old family in Tappahannock- were with wedding gifts of Sara DeShields Fisher and Charles Fisher R. Henley P96.088.01 Calling card Fisher  
To Mrs. James Meriwether Lewis P96.088.02 Calling Card Fisher  
To Mrs. John Leonard Henley P96.088.03 Calling Card Fisher  
To Mrs. Henry Carrington de Shields P96.088.04 Calling Card Fisher  
To Mrs. S.W. DeShields P96.088.05 Calling Card Fisher  
To Martha and Alice Latane P96.088.06 Calling Card Fisher  
To Mrs. William Gemmell P96.088.07 Calling Card Fisher  
To Mrs. Robert Carson Phillips P96.088.08 Calling Card Fisher  
To Dolly Latane P96.088.09 Calling Card Fisher  
To Mrs. William Roane Aylett P96.088.10 Calling Card Fisher  
To Mrs. George N. Anderton P96.088.11 Calling Card Fisher  
To Mrs. Alvin Fleet Bagby P96.088.12 Calling Card Fisher  
To Miss A. Latane P96.088.13 Calling Card Fisher  
To Miss C. Facconer P96.088.14 Calling Card Fisher  
To Mr. William Gemmell P96.088.15 Calling Card Fisher  
To Mrs. Allen Douglas Latane P96.088.16 Calling Card Fisher  
To Mr. Henry Thomas Garnett, Jr. P96.088.17 Calling Card Fisher  
To Bessie Davis and Herbert Barlow P96.088.18 Calling Card Fisher  
To "Bristow Family" P96.088.19 Calling Card Fisher  
To Miss Laura Fleet Garnett P96.088.20 Calling Card Fisher  
To Mrs. Robert Yates Henley P96.088.21 Calling Card Fisher  
To Marion O. Perry P96.088.22 Calling Card Fisher  
Clipping Mrs. Bagby as Whstler's P96.089.01 Newspaper Clipping Fisher  
Sue Ann Ronse (?) P96.089.02 Clipping (?) Fisher  
Garden Club Outing P96.089.06 Clipping (?) Fisher  
A.I. Dupont Visit P96.089.07 Newspaper Clipping Fisher  
1925 note to Mr. Fisher from Mrs. Wright P96.091.1 note Fisher  
1925 Bills from St Margarets To Mr. Fisher P96.091.2 Bills Fisher  
1927 Thank-you note to S. Fisher P96.091.3 Thank-you note Fisher  
6 report cards of S. Fisher P96.091.4 Report cards Fisher  
Invitation to Lewis Wedding 1922 P96.091.5 Wedding Invitation Fisher  
Note to S. Fisher from Blakey P96.091.6 Note Fisher  
Christmas card from Reverand Snead P96.091.7 Christmas Card Fisher  
1928 Wedding gift card to S. Fisher P96.091.8 Wedding gift card Fisher  
1935 Saint Margaret's School Graduation invitation and schedule P96.091.9 Graduation Invitation Fisher  
Postcard of Bagby Hotel P97.041.1 Postcard unknown  
Early Downing Bridge P97.041.12 Postcard Kuwait Near the NW Corner
Postcard of Riverside Hotel P97.041.2 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of Confederate Monument P97.041.3 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of Monument (2) P97.041.4 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of Monument Place P97.041.5 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of Riverside Hotel (2) P97.041.6 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of Riverside Hotel P97.041.7 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of Riverside Hotel (lady in foreground) P97.041.8 Postcard unknown  
Riverside Hotel, ca. 1940s P97.042 Post card Tappahannock  
Postcard of Lowery's Restaurant P97.042.01 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of of Riverside Hotel (2) P97.042.02 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of Riverside Hotel red chair P97.042.03 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of Tappahannock Motel P97.042.04 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of Tappahannock Motel P97.042.05 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of Tappahannock Motel P97.042.06 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of Lowery's Restaurant P97.042.07 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of Perks Coffee Shop P97.042.08 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of Business Section P97.042.09 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of Main Street P97.042.10 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of view of Tappahannock from bridge (2) P97.043.01 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of view of bridge P97.043.02 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of view of bridge (2) P97.043.03 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of view of bridge P97.043.04 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of View of Bridge P97.043.05 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of view of bridge P97.043.06 Postcard unknown  
"Birthplace of Thomas "Father " Ritchie,Tappahannock Virginia P97.043.07 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of Ritchie House P97.043.08 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of Custom's House P97.043.09 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of original court house (3) P97.043.10 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of interior of court house P97.044.1 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of court house P97.044.2 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of Beale Church (color) P97.044.3 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of court house P97.044.4 Postcard unknown  
Postcard of old clerk's office P97.044.5 Postcard unknown  
Monument Place hotel, Tappahannock Feale Seminary, Mrs. Gray's School P97.045.7 Post card  
Aunt Jane Brand Brunswick Stew, Old Virginia Food Products Corporation, Tapp, VA P97.060.1 Label Agriculture Business  
Aunt Jane Brand Tomato Juice Cocktail P97.060.2 Label Agriculture Business  
Letter Jenkerns (?). Doily instructions P97.073.7 Letter Essex County Women's Club  
Dunbrooke Canning Co. P99.095.1 Paper  
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