Ormond Papers Inventory

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Material Information

Title:
Ormond Papers Inventory
Series Title:
Ormond Family Papers (1784-1909)
Physical Description:
Mixed Material
Language:
English
Creator:
Ormond family
Donor:
Bettie Massengale Edwards ( donor )
Physical Location:
Box: 1
Divider: Ormond, James I
Folder: Ormond Papers Inventory

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Ormond, James -- 1815-1892
Plantation life -- Florida
History -- Volusia County (Fla.)

Notes

Scope and Content:
Correspondence, business account notebooks, official marriage, deed, estate records, and a manuscript memoir. Collection includes family correspondence ranging from James I in 1884 to James III in 1882, the bulk (3 boxes) of which chronicles the business and personal affairs of James III. Major subjects covered include the Second Seminole War in Florida, the Civil War, the Andersonville Prison in Georgia, and business operations characteristic of the nineteenth century. Other topics include yellow fever outbreaks in Florida, frontier life in north Florida, Spanish land grant claims, and family history. Researchers may find the ongoing, regular correspondence between James III and McNaught useful for topics relating to business practices of the period. Of particular note is the handwritten autobiography of James III, dictated in the year before his death. The collection is arranged chronologically.
Abstract:
The collection includes correspondence, business letters, account books, and a memoir manuscript created by members of the Ormond family of Florida.
Biographical:
Captain James Ormond I (175?-1819), born in Scotland, commanded the brig Somerset. He owned a plantation on Exuma in the Bahamas, but then took advantage of Spanish land grants in Florida. He settled near New Smyrna, Florida, where he was later killed by a neighbor's slave. James Ormond II (179?-1829), also born in Scotland, came to Florida with his wife, Isabella (neé Christie), and their four children after a failed business venture. They lived on the Damietta plantation, near St. Augustine, Florida. James Ormond III (1815-1892) was born in Mayfield, Scotland. During the Second Seminole War, he volunteered in the Mosquito Roarers militia as a sergeant. Ormond married Elizabeth Chaires in 1844, with whom he had nine children. His business ventures included the Atlanta Paper Mill, one of the first paper mill operations in the South and other enterprises with his partner William McNaught. During the Civil War, Ormond worked as an adjutant at Andersonville Prison. He moved his family to Canada and England after the war, returning to Atlanta in 1867. He later came back to Florida and settled near the remains of his former plantation, Damietta. The town of Ormond, named for him, was incorporated in 1880. Source: "James Ormond, Merchant and Soldier," by Alice Strickland, The Florida Historical Quarterly, (41):209-222
Preferred Citation:
Identification of item, Ormond Family Papers, Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.
Donation:
Gift of Ms. Bettie Massengale Edwards, 1979.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 030275365
System ID:
IR00003201:00002

Full Text

ORMOND PAPERS INVENTORY






Inventorry of the Papers of James Ormond I

DATE # Description

1784 1 Indenture paper between James Ormond and Alexander Mathew

1792 2 Legal document Curcuit Court U.S. Pennsylvania District Court,

reply to John Hodgson and John Hodgson Jr,aNote- two sheets
1793 3 Duties paid signed by James Ormond

1794 4 Purchase agreement James Ormond buys a man Negro in the Bahamas

1795 5 Legal document, District Court of the Admiralty of the Satate of
Georgia, James Ormond vs The Brig "Somerset" and cargo and

Mordicai Sheftall

1799 6 Legal Document agreement to lTan signed by James Arbruster,

Recorded in the Registrar's Office Bahama Islands, Book

pps 121 and 122

1798 7 Legal document for lease of property and house in Germantown

1799 8 Statement and causes of a difference between Hodgson and Son

and James Ormond, Philadelphia (Ed of James I)

1801" 9 Legal document signed by the President in behalf of Russell Ormotd

1824 10 Letter to Emanuell (Brother of James) from Helen Christie (PM)-

1826 11 Bill of sale of Negroes to James and Emanuell Ormond-

1826 12 Letter from Isabella Ormond (mother) pertaining to her childrenCpcs. -

1828 13 Letter to James Ormond from Martha Ives-

1828 14 Letter to Emanuell from James Ormond-

1829 15 Letter of James Ormondfrom.C. Downing (End of JamesII)*-

1850 16 Letter from John Beard and contains a receipt for taxes paid to

Orange County. (out of context)


*James II and Emanuell died in 1829







Inventory of Papers of James Ormond III



# DESCRIPTION


1834

1835

1837

1839

1839

199

1839

1839

1839



1839

1839


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26

27


Letter and Bill of Sale for Negro Girl Martha-

Letter from C. Lawton re claim of 1818

Letter from Geo. MacKay (Px) Washington, D.C.

Letter sent by Schooner "Empire" from Mary Dummitt-

Letter from Helen Ormond (PM) Tallahassee-

Letter from C.H. Sass (PM) Charleston-

Letter to D.R. Dunham from James Ormond-

Letter from IcNaught (Pi) Tallhasee-

Account from the firm Of Charles Lawton of the Estate of

James II and Emanuell -

Letter from Rob't Christie-

Letter ). Cottman-


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Inventory of Papers of James Ormond III (con't)

# DESCRIPTION

28 Letter from 'b Naught

29 Legal document concerning deed of trust dealing wi

undivided estate of James Ormond & Emanuell Ormand

Agnes Ormond and William Ware

30 Letter to Jos. Lawton from James Ormond. Watermar

eagle.

31 Letter from James Ormond to Agnes concerning a checl

$160.66.

32 Draft for $192.00 to 'r. T. P. Smith of Charleston

33 Letter of instruction to Mr. Jos. Lawton from Jame,

34 Letter 6f instr~6tion to Mr. Jos. Lawton from Jame'
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36 Letter to McNaught from James Ormond concerning Indian alarm

and other business affairs in Port Leon and other affairs -

37 Letter to Thos. P. Smith Charleston, concerning the purchase

of Negro woman and instruction of delivery

38 Balance sheet of McNaught & Ormond-

39 Letter to James Ormond from G. Alvaraz (PM) Charleston,

Tallahasee & also Marked "steamboat"

40 Letter to James Ormond from Rob't Christie (PM) Tallahasee &

2 other postmarks

41 Letter to James Ormord from Jos. Lawton advising against

further purchases of land or Negroes (PM) Charlestom & Tallahasee

42 Accounting of estate of James II and Emanuell Ormond
Noe;bi.This should be removed from book and framed for the

43 LterCfro D Co tta containing price list of staple goods
43 t Coarleson a alahasee r is

44 Legal document (4 double sheets) Business agreement between

MSNaught and Ormond









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1840


Inventory of Papers of James Ormond III (con't)

# DESCRIPTION

45 Letter to James Ormond from McNaught concerning land claims and

general business (PM) Tallahasee

46 Letter to James Ormond from McNaught concerning the business /
(PM) Quincy, Fla.

47 Letter to James Ormond from McNaught concerning disappointment

crop expectations due to inclement weather and "Caterpillars"

(PM) Tallahasee

48 Legal document release form from the heirs of William Ware /
49 Bills against James Ormond not paid him from June 22, 1840/

by Afton P. Lawton in favor of T.P* Smith

50 Letter in response to document #49 (PM) Tallahasee & Chsrleston

51 Letter from William Ware concerning his inability y to meet with

James in Tallahasee (sent by hand)

52 Irate letter from Agnes to James requesting $1..00.00 -

53 Letter from William Ware to James demanding an answer to his/'

proposal to Agnes. (PM) Tallahasee

54 LetterPtohJames Ormond from EcNaught concerning personal affairs/

55 Individual cover (PM) Tallahasee. Contents bank statement

56 Letter from D. Cottmand containing price list of staple goods
(P4M) Charleston & Tallahasee (Poor condition)

57 L4*r fjmRob't Christie to James Ormond /

58 Letter to James Ormond from D. Sass about church matters j/
(PM) TallaHeeee & Charleston & watermark

59 LOWr toiJames Ormond from Helen giving order for materials I
\fn) laanasee)

60 Letter to James Ormond from D. Sass, Charleston, proclaiming his

faith in GODI' (PM) Tallahasee & Charleston

61 Letter to James Ormond from A.S. Woodward
(PM) Quincy

62 Letter to James Ormond from John George Anderson concerning

a trip to St. Augustine & New York (PM) Tallahasee









DATE

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1840 7


Inventory of Papers of James Ormond III (con't)

# DESCRIPTION

63 Letter from Rob't Christie to James concerning acquirement

of Floriea property (PM) Tallahasee piad ship letter London

and New york and Charleston beautifull cover)

64 Letter from Rob't and Marshall Christie
(New York, shi'o m-rk and a square paid mark)

65 Letter from McNaught concerning cotton (sent by hand)

66 (Out of Context) Copy of letter from James to C. Dowing-

67 Copy of letter to C. Downing fromJames concerning the

runaway negroes

68 Letter from Lqwton to James concern "Little Floridia"
(PM) Tallahasee Charleston

69 Account to Mr. Pellans an authority to James to collect

for Jh6 bank

'0 Letter to James from Rob't Christie
(PM) Tallahasee, New York and Missent mark

'1 Letter to James frp; L-wton concerning the tight money

in England (Ph) Tallahasee, Charleston Missent
12 Letter to James from Lawton concerning money exchange
(Ph) T-llahasee, Charleston

'3 Letter to James from W. C. Courtney
(PM) Tallahasee, 6harleston Nissent

4 Bill and receipt against the Ormond estate by Mr. Berry
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Bank statement from the UN ion Bank of Florida

Accounting of the Ormond Estate

Receit for 18 yards of silk and one silk shawl bought from

Alex T. Stewart and Co. New York City.
Extracts form Joseph Dowlings account against the estate of

Ormond.


Letter form Mrs. R. Downing; A personal letter.


1840 80






Inventory of Papers of James Ormond III (con't.)


DATE # DESCRIPTION

Lf 81 Helen Ormond's account due to administrator and charged

to the estate.

1841 82 Last letter form Helen.

1841 83 Letter form D. Hottman, business letter.
(PM) Charleston.

1842 84 Duplicate of Helen's funeral expenses.

1842 85 Duplicate of a receipt for taxes. (Out of context, 1846).

1841 86 (Out of context). Duplicate of No. 81.

1843 87 Duplicate of a receit from Thompson and Hagner Attourneys.

1843 88 Receit of No. 87.

1843 89 Reciet of Thompson and Hagi;.
1843 90 Letterfrom Mr. Whalen (that's Wheeler) about cutting some
timber. '(PM) Charleston.

1843 91 Letter from John Beard, a business letter.
(PM) St. Augustine.

181,h 92 Tetter from Robert Christy involving the settlement of
William Christy's estate (addressed to James Ormond)
The letter has four Post marks. PM Boaton(2)

18Ll 93 Letter to James Ormond from McNaught concerning a business
transaction. Letter sent through Anderson.

1R)L 9h Business letter to James Ormond from cNaught.

18)h 9h Business letter to James Ormond from McNaught.

l8), 96 Business letter to James Ormond from McNaught.

18LW 97 Family letter from Pobert Christy to James Ormond Co-
cerring the settlement of William Christy's estate.
PM Steam ship mark Mary Post

lBLh 98 Balance sheet and letter to James Ormond from- a nw c) n
PM Tallahassee and Charleston.







Inventory of Pnpers of James Ormond III (con't)

DATE # Description

Ahh 99 Duplicate of 98 with an additional letter.

PM Charleston and Tallahassee.

.18hh 100 Copy of a letter written to George Anderson from Jams

Ormond, concerning a misunderstanding with Geroge

Anderson.

I8liK 101 Copy of -business letter to Robert Cristy signed by

Grant Hodgson concerning tobacco. Also personal letter

to Ormond from obert Christy.

PM It Boston

18} 102 Letter to Ormond fromiN,-nHanson with a list concerning

Negroes purchased by M. Hanson from Joseph Hunter.

PM St. Augustine

I8/ 1103 To Ormond from Anderson concerning a debt.

18h5 IOh To Ormomd from Lawton concerning the same matter in

# 98, a copy.

PM Tallahassee, bharleston and WM.

T8h5 10 Letter from Robert Christy a friendly letter.

18l5 106 Letter from Mr. Rutgers with bank statement of Union

Bank of Flbrida in Tallahassee. PM Tallahassee

Ml5h 107 Settling of affair vi th Lawton.

PM Charge eton and a WM

v 8, 108 Receipt due John Anderson from William H. Ware.

IP T109 "Poor Willie's coffin, receipt.

T8h6 IIO Letter from J ohn Beard concerning a legal document.

PM St. Augustine and a WM






Inventory of Papers of James Ormond III (con't)

DATE # DISCRIFTION

T8h6 III Personal letter and business letter from John Beard.

PM St, Augustine

T8L6 II? Letter of explanation fr6m J. NMal about a business deal.

18h6 113 Letter from W. Murray concerning the hir_ of old Jack."

18h6 Iih Receipt to John Beard for taxes.

181,6 115 Receipt to John Beard for taxes.

1807 I16 Letter from James Gadsdenf & Co., slave brokers concerning

"SAM."

18h7 11y Bill for add from Jacksonville newspaper.

1847 118 Legal document to Ormond signed by Notary Public concerning

Helen Ormond's funeral.



18177 119 Copy of a letter from Ormond to William Forward in St.

Augustine.

T8h7 120 Tetter concerning slave Uriah (sale of).

T187 T21 Business letter concerning Ormond's premium in Union &

Life Trust Money.

18),7 1?2 Tetterto James Ormond from James Grizzard concerning Sam
and his wife Pose

18)7 123 Tetter to Janes Ormond from William Forward concerning
The Spanish Tandgr-ents (P"--* St. Augustine)

18l17 12), Tetter to Jimes Ormond from Oliver Wood concerning the
settlement of his father's estate

V 18)'7 12i letter to James Ormond from J. George Anderson con-
cerning the Spanish Landgrants.

181.7 126 Letter to James Ormond from C. Mel concerning Negro
girl Uriah

IP)s7 127 Tetter to James Ormond from Charles `'. Downing concern-
ing the Spanish Lindgrants.

lPl'7 128 Copy of a letter from James Ormond answering Mr. Downig
letter
1P1.i7 129 Letter to James Ormond from William Budd concerning
U '









1]7 130 Letter to James Ormond from Sec. of Tres. Robert Rush
concerning the settlement of slavery disputes of 1818.
PM--St. Augustine, Florida

18)l7 131 Letter to Ormond f-om C. Mel concerning the sale of the
slave girl Uriah.

18A 13? letter to Ormond from Robert Christyr concerning the set tle-
ment of William Christy's estate

1Ah7 133 Account for the estate of '. and E. W. Ormond

181-7 13h Letter to Ormond from C. W. Downing concerning claims
due from the Spanish Tanriprants.

18)07 13w-A legal document and copy giving C.W. Downing the power of
15K-B attorney to claims on the estate of J. and E. W. Ormond

18017 136 Account Current betwPen Estate and James Ormond, Admin.

18R7 137 Administfator's Report on his Account.

P1807 13 Inventory of the estate of J. and E.W. ormond

18hb 139 Cony of letter from Ormond to McNaught concerning' Or-
mond's dec sion to dissolve his partnership with
McNaupht.

181p4 1O Tetter to Ormond from W. A. Forward about theSpanish
Tandmarks PM-- Tallahassee

ILP,7 I11 Inventory of the estate of J. and E.W. Ormond

1807 1L2A Peceipt and conies
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18i8 1),h Dunning letter to Ormond from Oliver requesting long
overdue payment

18h8 IL letter to Ormond from Robert Christy PM

18%8 116 letter to Ormond from Robert Christy

181,8 1)7 letter to Ormond from John Beard concerning taxes
PM-;Tallahassee

1818 1h8 Peceirt in full for the Ormond Estate

18),8 V1!9 Cony of letter to Robt. Christy from Ormond









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Copy of letter from Ormond to Robt. Christy.

Bill and dunn to Ormond from Hazzard concerning over-
due payment for advertising
Another bill from Hazzard and Wood requesting payment

Letter to Ormond from John Beard concerning taxes.
PM--Tallahassee

letter to Ormond from Robt. Christy. Christy is send-
ing the money owed. PM--Steamer to Boston (out of context)

Letter to Ormond from Thomas Randall

Letter to Ormond from Charles Sherman concerning the
spanish landgrants

Receipt from Apnes Ormond for her share of the estate.

Better to Ormond from Uncle Chirles Chri sty requesting
funds

Receipts for taxps


160 letter to Ormond from Uncle Charley Christy requesting
funds.

161 Letter to Ormond from Charles E. Sherman concerning the
Spanish Landerants.

162 Receipt from William Ware for A-00.n0

163 Business letter to James nrmond from McNaught
--- (out of context)

16h Tpt+p *+ (cm 'n- mn-mas A. Hagaman concerning a da-t
for 7.00 PM--Tallahassee

6c Receipt for 2p.Orn, signed by John Beard

166 Account of the estate of J. and Ej.. -'and signed by
William Bud

147 LeTter to Ormond from C.U. Downing about Spanish Landgrants
168 Letter to Ormond from W. T ,Whitner offering condolences
for death of Mary agnes (out of context)

169 Letter to Ormond fronAunt Helen Christy thanking James
for a gift of money

170 Letter to Ormond from John Beard concerning the tax sale
of Ormond's property. (newspaper clipping enclosed)


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1850 171 Family letter to Ormond from Robert Christy.

1850 172 Letter to James Ormond from J. George Anderson PM--Tallahassee

1850 173 Letter to James Ormond from J. George Anderson PM--New York

1850 174 Letter to James Ormond from J. George Anderson

1851 175 Receipt for taxes signed by R. B. Canova, Clerk of the Ancient
City

1851 176 Business letter to Ormond from McNaught

1851 177 Letter to Orm ond from Mr. Smallwood

1851 178 Letter to Ormond from John Beard concerning money owed
for advertising of Ormond's land sale in Orange County
PM--Tallahassee

1851 179 Letter to Ormond from C. Downing concerning the Spanish
Landgrants

1852 180 Letter to Ormond from A. H. Brown concerning the-purchase
of two slaves

1852 181 Letter to Ormond from J. George Anderson

1852 /7182 Receipt to Ormond from William Ware

1852 183 Letter to Ormond from Bishop Rutledge concerning the
construction of a church in Newport

1852 184 Business letter to Ormond from Gamble PM--Tallahassee

1852 185 Letter to Ormond from Thomas Douglas concerning the
Spanish Landgrants

1852 186 Letter from Robert Christy

1852 187 Letter to Ormond from Uncle Marshall Christy

1852 188 Letter to Ormond from J. George Anderson
PM--Tallahassee

1852 189 Draft No. 2980

1854 190 Letter to Orrond from Thomas Scrutchins

1854 191 Letter to Ormond from Uncle Marshall Christy

185$ 192 Business letter to Ormond from Mr. Gatlin concerning land
owned by J. and E.W. Ormond

1855 193 Letter to Ormond from E. Watson Having to do with taxes on
land owned in east Florida





1855 194 Letter to Ormond from Uncle Marshall Christy

1856 195 Letter to James Ormond from his daughter Helen Ormond

1856 196 Letter to James Ormond from his son J. R. Ormond

1856 197 Letter to James Ormond from his daughter Helen Ormond

1856 198 Letter to Mrs. James Ormond from her son Joseph

1856 199 Letter to James Ormond from his son Joseph

1856 200 Letter to James Ormond from his son Joseph

1856 201 Letter to Ormond from Uncle Marshall Christy

1856 202 Letter to James Ormond from son Joseph

1857 203A Letter to Ormond from Aunt Helen
203B Letter to Ormond from Daughter Helen
203C Letter to Ormond from daughter Helen

1857 204 Account concerning the estate of J. and E. W. Ormond

1857 205 Tax bill from John Beard

1857 206 Letter to James Ormond from Aunt Arbuthnot Christy
Mrs. from
1857 207 Letter to Ormond Joseph Ormond
1857 208 Membership certificate to James Ormond from the Masonic
Lodge

1858 209 Business letter to Ormond from McNaught

1858 210 Letter to Ormond from father-in-law Mr. Green Chairs

1858 211A Letter to Ormond from Aunt Arbuthnot Christy
211B Letter to Ormond from Aunt Helen Christy
211C Lhtter to Ormond from daughter Helen
.211D Letter to Ormond from son Joseph

1858 212 Letter to James Ormond from Uncle Marshall Christy

1858 213 Letter to James Ormond from Uncle Marshall Christy

1858 214 Note to Ormond and McNaught from-Mr. Hutchins concerning
the warren for arrest of a Mr. Craig

1858 215 Businees letter to Ormond and MNaught from Smith and
Patrick concerning the sale of cotton

1858 216 Businees letter to Ormond from Jenkins and Porter
concerning the sale of wrought iron

1858 217 Letter to James Ormond from son Joseph







1857 218 Receipt for taxes

1857 219 Business letter to Ormond from Peter Bought, and Co.
concerning the sale of Florida Cotton

1857 220 Letter to Ormond from William Lottimer, and Co.
Letter introduces Ormond to the Lottimer company.

1857 221 Receipt from tax collector of Wakulla County

1857 222 Letter to James Ormond from his son Joseph

1857 223 Circular from the Campie House School

1857 224 Letter to Ormond from Uncle marshalll Christy

1857 225 Letter to Ormond from A. W. Walker concerning the pur-
chase of land in Texas.

1857 226 Letter to Mrs. Ormond from daughter Helen.

1857 227 Letter to James Ormond from his son Joseph.

1857 228 L better to James Ormond from Uncle Iarshall Christy.

1857 229 Letter to James Ormond from Robert Christy.

1857 230 Letter to James Ormond from Uncle Marshall Christy.

1857 231 Letter to James Ormond from Robert Christy.

1857 232 Business letter to Ormond from McNaught.

1857 233 Letter to James Ormond from Uncle lMarshall Christy.

1857 234 Business letter to Ormond from McNaught.

1857 235 Letter to James Ormond from Aunt Helen
1857 236A
236B Two letters to James Ormond from Uncle Robert Christy.

1857 237 Letter to James Ormond from Uncle Marshall Christy.

1857 238 Letter to James Ormond from Uncle Marshall Christy.

1857 239A Letter to Ormond from Uncle Robert Christy.
239B Letter to Ormond from Uncle Marshall Christy.

5'" (B)- Invoice-to-Ormond-from-Robert-Ghr-ity-concern4ng-the
-apment-of-whisky-.

1857 240 Family letter to James Ormond from his son Joseph.

1857 241 Letter to Mrs. Ormond from daughter Helen.





1857 242 Letter to James Ormond from Aunt Helen Christy.

1857 243 Letter to James Ormond from Uncle marshall Christy.

1858 244 Letter to James Ormond from Uncle Marshall Christy.

1858 245 Letter to James Ormond from Uncle Robert Christy.

1858 246 Letter to James Ormond from Rev. Elliot concerning
a church in Atlanta.

1858. 247 Letter to Mrs. Ormond from daughter Helen.

1858 248 Letter to James Ormond from Mr. Brothers concerning
some of Ormond's land.

1858 249A Letter from Railroad Company explaining the enclosures.
249B Invoice for one barrel of molasses
249C Receipt for the molasses

1858 250 Letter to James Ormond from Uncle Robert Christy.

1858 251 Letter to James Ormond from his son Joseph.

1858 252 Letter to Ormond from his father-in-law Mr. Green Chaires

1858 253 Letter to Ormond from his father-in-law Mr. Green Chaires

1858 254 List of Negroes and their dependants for tax purposes

1858 255 Inventory of property and slaves of Ailliam Ware.

1858 256 Letter and cotton lists from Mr. McLean.

1858 257 Business letter to James Ormond from Mr. Smallwood.

1858 258 Insurance letter to Ormond from 1r. Boss.

1858 259 Buiness letter to McNaught and Ormond from Mr. Badger.

1858 260 Business letter to Ormond from McNaught.

1858 261 Business letter to Ormond from Jenkins and Porter.

1858 262 Business letter to Ormond from M'cNaught.

1858 263 Letter to Ormond from Uncle Robert Christy.

1858 264 Letter to Ormond from Uncle Robert Christy.

1858 265 Business letter to Ormond from Mr. Smallwood.

1859 266 Receipt for freight charges.

1859 267 Partnership agreement of Ormond, McNaught, Scrutuhins, and
Morrison.







1859 268 Letter to James Ormond from Aunt Arbuthnot Christy.

1859 269 Trustees authority to sell Negroes of I'r. Green Chaires.

1859 270 Combination letter from Aunts Helen and Arbuthnit

1859 271 Letter to James Ormond from Aunt Helen.

1859 272 Letter to hr. and Mrs. James Ormond from daughter Helen.

1859 273 Letter to Mrs. Ormond from daughter Helen.

1859 274 Business letter to Ormond from ENaught.

1859 275 Letter to Ormond from Uncle Marshall Christy with an
enclosure from Uncle Robert Christy.

1859 276 Letter to James from Uncle Robert Christy.

1859 277 Letter to James Ormond from Aunt Helen Christy.

1859 278 Letter to James Ormond from his son Joseph.

1859 279 Letter to James Ormond from his daughter Helen.

1859 280 Business letter to Crmond from McNaught,

1859 281 Business letter to Ormond from McNaught,

1859 282 Business letter to Ormond from Smith&Patrick

1859 283 Business letter to Ormond from McNaught.

1859 i284 Family letter to James Ormond from Agnes Ware.

1859 285 Business letter from McNaught to Ormond.

1859 286 Family letter to Ormond from Uncle Robert Christie.

1859 287 Letter to Ormond from Green H. Chaires.

1859 /288 Bill of Laden for goods purchased for Agnes Ware.

1859 289 Business letter to Ormond from McNaught.

1859 290 Receip# to Ormond from Allen and Company for a marble
lamp and table.

1859 291 Empty envelope

1860 292 Business letter to Ormond from McNaught

1860 293 Business letter to Ormond from McNaught






Business letter to Ormond from McNaught


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to Ormond from McNaught

to Ormond from icNaught

to Ormond from McNaught

to Ormond from IlcNaught

to Ormond from McNaught

to Ormond from McNaught

Dummett for hauling tombstone


to Ormond from MecNaught


Business letter to Ormond from NcNaught

Business letter to Ormond from icNaught

Business letter to Ormond from McNaught

Business letter to Ormond from KcNaught

Business letter to Ormond from McNaught

Business letter to Ormond from KcNaught

Business letter to Ormond from McNaught

Business letter to Ormond from McNaught

Family letter to James Ormond from daughter Helen

Business letter to Ormond from McNaught

Family letter to Ormond from Uncle Marshall Christie


Business letter to Ormond from McNaught

Business letter to Ormond from McNaught

Letter to Ormond from Thomas Blyth

Family letter to James Ormond from Grandpa Chaires

Receipt of Mr. Dummett for the tombstone of James Ormond II

Letter to Ormond from Smith Bros. concerning the marble
slab for the tombstone of James Crmond II

Business letter to Ormond from KcNaught


Business letter

Business letter

Business letter

Business letter

Business letter

Business letter

Receipt from Mr.

Business letter


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1860 321 Balance sheet of assets and liabilities of Crmond & McNaught

1860 322 Bill and accounting from the Campie House School in. Scotland

1860 323 Letter and accounting to Ormond from Uncle Robert Christie

1860 324 Letter to Ormond from Robert Christie concerning Helen
Christie's death

1860 325 Letter to Ormond from Robert Christie concerning the
children' education
Mrs.
1860 326 Letter to James Ormond from his daughter Helen

1860 327A Letter to Ormond from Uncle Robert Christie
327B Letter to Ormond from Uncle Robert Christie

1860 328 Letter to James Ormond from his son Joseph

1860 329 Letter to Ormond from Uncle Robert Christie

1860 330 Letter to Ormond from Uncle Robert Christie

1860 331 Letter to Ormond from Uncle Iobert Christie

1861 332 Letter to James Ormond from his son Joseph

1861 333 Letter to Ormond from Uncle Robert Christie

1861 334 Appointment to wait on Confederate Congress

1861 335 Business letter to Ormond from cNaught

1861 336 Family letter to Ormond from Uncle Marshall Christie

1861 337 Corn Account from Beard

1861 338 Business letter to Ormond from Beard who at the present
is at Camp Magnolia

1861 339 Business letter to Ormond from hcNaught

1861 340 Business letter to Ormond from McNaught

1861 341 Accounting from Robert Christie about school affairs

1861 342 Schedule of notes on hand of McNaught & Ormond

1861 343 Letter to Ormond from Robert Christie

1861 344 Letter to James Ormond from daughter Helen

1861 345 Letter to James Ormond from Uncle Robert Christie

1862 346 Letter to Ormond from Uncle Robert Christie






1862 347 Letter to Orriond from Uncle Robert Christie

1862 348 Letter to Ormond from John Morrison---Written when Morrison
was near Richmond and concerns his involvement in the war

1862 349 Letter to Ormond from John Morrison--written when Morrison
was near Richmond concerning the conditions of the war

1862 350 Letter to Urmond from John Morrison--written from York-
town and concerns the deplorable conditions of war
1862 351 Letter to Ormond from Uncle Robert Christie

1862 352 Letter to Crmond from 'r. Smallwood

1862 353 Letter to Ormond from James M. Gould concerning 'r. Gould's
son

1862 354 Letter to Ormond from Uncle Marshall Christie

1862 355 Letter to Ormond from Johnson concerning war conditions.
Written from battlefield near Gordonsville, Virginia

1862 356 Letter to Ormond from Uncle Robert Christie

1862 357 Letter 6f Introduction from John.Erskine to William S.
Dougherty---Letter introduces Ormond to Dougherty

1862 358 Letter to Ormond from J;'.N. Beach

1862 359 Letter to Ormond from Uncle Robert Christie

1862 360 Receipt from the University High School in Athen, Georgil

1862 361 Receipt from the Atlanta Steam Tannery for leather goods

1862 362 Letter to Ormondffrom Johnston--Written near Bunker Hill,
Virginia

1862 363 Letter to Ormond from Johnston--written near 1'nassa, Vir.

1863 '/ 364 Letter to James Ormond from his neice Lizzie Ware

1863 365 Current account of the property of kicNaught & Ormond

1863 366 Letter to Ormond from Uncle Robert Christie

1863 367 Accounting from ^obert Christie--concerns school money

1863 368 Advertisement of the Justo Liendo Tract of land in Texas

1864 369 Note to Ormond from S. Reist concerning a shipment of
goods to Andersonville

1864 370 Business letter to Ormond from kIcNaught

1864 371 Letter to Urmond from E. A. Banks concerning the state of
affairs in Atlanta

1864 372 BUSINESS letter to Crmond from I-cNaught







1864 373 Letter to Ormond from his wife

1864 374 Letter to Ormond from W. Duncan

1864 375 Business letter to Ormond from McNaught

1864i 376 Business letter to Urmond from MiNaught

1864 377 Letter to James Ormond from his wife Lizzie

1864 378 Letter to Ormond from ic Naught

1864 379 Note to Ormond from 1McNaught concerning Mr. Scrutchins
new address

1864 380 Letterito Ormond from E. Salusbury

1864 381 Letter to Ormond from 1ir. iass

1864 382 Letter to Ormond from Captain Vinder

1864 383 Letter to Ormond from Captain J. W. Wright

1864 384 Business letter to Ormond from EcNaught

1864 385 Letter to John Lead from Ormond and also lead's reply.
Letter concerns the delivery of Ormond's mail to his
wife in Canada.

1864 386 Letter to Mirs. Ormond from a soldier named Willie that
she nursed back to health.

1864 387 Letter to Ormond from John Frasier concerning the ship-
ment of Lizzie's trunk

1864 388 Letter to Thomas Scrutchins from IcNaught about the
arrival of Yts. Ormornd and crew.

1864 389 From John Fraser & Co. concerning business.

1864 390 Letter to Lt. James Ormond from J. H. Wright about
General Winder.

1864 391 Letter to J. Ormond from Capt. J. H. Right about a lost
mule. (Andersonville)

1864 392 Letter from Capt. Wright-concerning supplies for camp in
Andersonville.

1864 393 To Ormond in Andersonville from Scrutchins in Atlanta.

1864 394 Same as above.

1864 395 From Ormond to his wife about the war.

1864 396 From W. R. Pettes discussig ways of corresponding.





1865 397 From Major G. R. Fairbanks about vouchers.

1865 398 Letter from F. M. Johnston about "Joe"

1865 399 From 9. A. Spencer a sad letter about the war.
1865 400 From F-. M. Johnst6n about'money matters.

1865 401 From It F. Brimberry business .
1865 402 From J. M. Marvin about the war.

1865 403 From J.ML Johnston about money Matters.

1865 404 From Uncle obert bhristy with an accounting.

1865 405 From Ormond to his wife about their daughter Helen.

1865 406 To lrs. Orrmond from John Morrison offering to testify
in behalf of James. (letter is torn)
1865 407 A letter to J. Urmond from W. Duncan about a package.
1865 408 To James from 8. G. Thompson about legal proceedings following
the war.

1865 409 To James from son James Emanuel.

1865 410 To Janes from U. 8. Tax 6ommnision concerning land in Florida
signed by David Dunham, assessor.

1865 411 To Ormond in Atlanta from Swift Brother's about g his land.

1865 412 To James from James E.

1865 413 To Ormond from Swift Brother's about same as #411.

1865 414 From Swift about the same.

1865 415 Letter about deeds for the property.

1865 416 Finalizes the dealsfor the property.
1866 417 To Ormond from his wife about rebuilding their house.






Date
April 23, 1867




July 28, 1866




Sept. 19, 1866


Feb. 10,1866


May 24, 1866

April 21, 1866

July 26, 1866


July 20, 1866


Jan. 9, 1866


July 19, 1866


Oct. 16, 1866


October 1, 1866


July 9, 1866


May 22, 1866

July 21, 1866

July 27, 1866


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Letter to Robert Christie from
John N. Forman, and letter to
James Ormond from Robert Christie.
P. M. London. (A Packet via ?)
April 6, 1867. 3 red stamps.

Letter to James Ormond from Robert
Christie, also letter from John N.
Forman dated Edinburgh, July 27,
1866. (PM) London, July 28, 1866.
3 red stamps.

Letter to James Ormond from G. A.
Chaires.

Letter from Agnes Ware to James
Ormond. (Carew watermark)

Letter from Alex H. Brown.

Letter from Robert Christie.

Letter from William McNaught. From
Canada.

Letter from Jennings Wicks & Bro.
New Orleans. (Acknowledging the
receipt of deeds to Texas lands).

Transfer The Trustees of the late
John Robertson in favor of James
Ormond. U. S. Consulate Seal.

Acknowledging $500 from Skipper to
be paid to Williamson.

Letter from Nourse Brooks & Co.
(Enclosure Letter from B. D.
Silliman. Oct. 4, 1866.

Letter from H. R. Peters. (Watermark
Henry Spears Sailing ship.

Letter from Br6die and Pettes. (Water-
mark Henry Spear Sailing Ship).

Letter from Brodie and Pettes. (Carew
watermark).

Letter from Brodie and Pettes.

Letter from Brodie and Pettes. (Henry
Spear Watermark)





Date
May 21, 1866


July 3, 1866


(No date)


October 18, 1866

Aug. 14, 1866


Sept. 22, 1866

Jan. 10, 1866

May 15, 1866


April 2, 1866

Nov. 8, 1866

March 7, 1867


May 31, 1867


May 20, 1867

Oct. 11, 1867

May 11, 1867

Sept.-18, 1867


Sept. 20, 1867

May 29, 1867


Aug. 31, 1867

April. 24, 1866


No date


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Letter- from W. H. Brodie to James
Ormond.

Letter from W. H. Brodie to James
Ormond.

Receipt: Payment of W. H. Brodie.
James Ormond to J. L. Smallwood.

Letter from F. M. Johnston.

Letter from W. R. Pettes. (Henry
Spear Watermark)

Letter from Robert Christie.

Letter from I. J. Brown.

Letter from Mrs. R. Norris, Jr.
Re: The poor of Georgia.

Letter: Appointment to Vestry.

Letter from Willie Harvey.

Letter from D. Dummett, Indian
River, Florida.

Certified copy of account Current of
Estate of lWm. H. Ware. Rendered May
31st, 1867. (County Court Seal).

Letter from Nourse Brooks & Co.

Letter from Nourse Books & Co.

Certificate of membership to Epis-
copal Church Convention.

Receipt from W. H. Brodie. Signed by
Nourse Brooks & Co.

Letter from Jonathan Lindly.

Promissory note from James Ormond to
Joseph Thompson, Sr.

Receipt from VW. H. Brodie. Signed
Nourse Books & Co.

Letter from John Erskine concerning
James Ormond's pardon.

Permit from Continental Life Ins.
for James Ormond.




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Date

Jan. 23,


Sept. 5,

Dec. 30,

Dec. 30,


1868


1868

1868

1868


Jan. 31, 1868

June 8, 1868

July 20, 1868

May 30, 1868


April 6, 1868





July 25, 1868

Feb. 6, 1868


Jan. 28, 1868

Jan. 18, 1869

May 31, 1869


Feb. 10,

Jan. 29,


1869

1869


March 5, 1869

March 8, 1869


Oct. 19,

Dec. 31,


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Business letter from McLean and
Stotesburg. Acknowledging remittance
in full.

Letter from Nourse & Brooks.

Letter from Nourse & Brooks.

Letter from Marshall Christie of
London.(Watermark: Towgoods EXtra
Super).

Letter from John N. Johnson.

Letter from the Rev. C. W. Thomas,
Rector of St. Philips.

Indemnifying F. M. Fisk and I. B.
Hoyt to James Ormond for $1087.50.

Certified copy of account of the
estate of William H. Ware up to May
30, 1868.

2 separate pages: McNaught and Ormond
vs. James W. Skipper County Treasurer.
Enclosure: 2 pages: County treasurer
to pay W. W. Anderson :$322.58, and
"Ordered County treasurer pay W. W.
Anderson $596.27."

Letter and poli6ies- Continental Life Ins.

Letter from Rn. N. Swift, Port Orange,
East Florida. Re: Ormond's tract of
land on Bulow Creek.

Letter from Robt. Christie, London.

Invitation from naj. Gen. Meade to party.

Certified copy of account current of
Mr. H. Ware Decd. Rendered May 31, 1869.

Letter from C. S. Gaverly(?) St. Marks,FlI

Letter from Helen Thomas in New Orleans
to her father.

Letter from Helen Thomas in New Orleans
to her father.

Letter from Helen Thomas In New Orleans
to her father.

Letter from G. A. Houston.

Letter from Nourse & Brooks.





Date

Sept. 13, 1869

August 3, 1869



May 20, 1869

Jan. 7, 1869

June 16, 1869

Feb. 2, 1870

Feb. 2, 1870

Feb. 2, 1870

Jan. 29, 1870

Feb. 10, 1870

Jan. 11, 1870

Feb. 14, 1870

July 19, 1870

May 26, 1870

Oct. 11, 1870

July 20, 1870

August 10, 1870

August 27, 1870



March 22, 1870

Feb. 23, 1870

Aug. 26, 1870

May 5, 1871


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Letter from M. Christie, London.
(Watermark: Towgoods Extra Super)

Letter from M. Christie, London.
Postmarked London, Aug. 3, 1869.
(Marshall Christie, London). Steamer
3/8/69.
Letter from Nourse & Brooks.

Letter from Nourse & Brooks.

Receipt for $2000. Nourse & Brooks.

Note of sale. Nourse & Brooks.

Letter regarding sale. Nourse & Brooks.

Statement from Nourse & Brooks.

Letter from Nourse & Brooks.

Letter from Nourse & Brooks.

Letter from Nourse & Brooks.

Letter from H. M. Anderson.

Letter from Stewart Simkins Re. Estate
Ware and Trust Estate.

Letter from Papy & Peeler.

Letter from Stewart Simkins, Simkins
& Simkins, Attorneys at Law.

Letter from NM. D. Papy, St. Augustine.

Letter from Benedick, Savannah.

Letter from William W. Tucker, Fern-
andina, Florida. (Enclosed letter from
E. P. Webster, Jacksonville, Fla. Aug.
26, 1870. Regarding a store.

Letter from M. D. Papy, Tallahassee.
Death of Mrs. Chaires.

Letter from T. P. Smith, Charleston.

Letter from W. Stewart Simkins, Mont-
icello, Fla.

Letter from R. N. Swift, Port Orange,
East Florida. Re: Trespassers on Ormond's
Bulow Creek land.


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Date

Apr. 15, 1871


May 14, 1871.


July 17,


1871


Oct. 20, 1871


Dec. 26, 1871


Nov.

Sept


Dec.

Apr.


25, 1871

. 1871


1, 1871

25, 1871


Oct. 25, 1871

Nov. 20, 1871

May 17, 1871

July 24, 1871

Apr. 1871

Dec. 18, 1872


Dec. 18, 1872

Sept. 19, 1872

Oct. 14, 1872

Oct. 9, 1872

Oct. 31, 1872

Dec. 7, 1872

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Letter from R. N. Swift, Port Orange,
East Florida.

Letter from William Francis Bucknor,
Volusia, Florida.

Letter from William Francis Bucknor,
Volusia, Florida.

Letter from William Francis Bucknor,
Volusia, Florida.

Letter from William.Francis Bucknor,
Volusia, Florida. Notice of tax payment.

Letter from Continental Life Ins. Co.

Memo: Settlement with Ben Chaires.
Trip to Canada.

Receipt for payment on furniture.

Letter from D. Ladd (?), and unsigned
deed.

Letter from John N. Forman, Edinburgh,
Scotland.

Letter from M. D. Papy.

Letter from Wm. Welch, London.

Letter from Wm.:VelihyijcLndm,: England.-.,

Letter from P. M. Oliver, St. Marks, Fla.

Letter from C. J. Morris. Invoice
enclosed. (Cumberland Bone Co.)

Letter from Austin & Ellis.

Letter from Austin & Ellis.

Letter from Austin & Ellis.

Letter from Austin & Ellis.

Letter from Austin & Ellis.

Letter from Austin & Ellis.

Proposal for division of the Paper Mill.

Letter from C. Morris




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Date

Nov. 22, 1872

Oct. 31, 1872


Jan. 1, 1872


July 1872


March 1, 1872


Oct. 10, 1872


Feb. 1872


July 6, 1872


May 24, 1872

Feb. 3, 1872

August 24, 1872

July 26, 1872

July 31, 1872

July 20, 1872

August 6, 1872

June 27, 1872


June 27, 1872

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Letter from Austin & Ellis.

Agreement between Ormond, McNaught
& Scrutchin.

Subscription: Erection of University
buildings.

Subscription: For erection of Univ-
ersity buildings.

Receipt for $25.00. University of
the South.

Receipt for $100 subscription to
building new church for St. Phillips
Parish.

Receipt: Georgia Agricultural
Warehouse & Seed Store.

Receipt for ten dollars. Signed
by S. A. Echols.

Receipt for Income tax.

Receipt for furniture.

Continental Life Ins. Col Letter

Copy: Letter. Continental Life Ins.

Letter: Continental Life Ins.

Letter: Heading: Contintal Life Ins.

Receipt: The Franklin Fire Ins. Co.

Discharge of Mortgage. Life Assn. of
America to James Ormond.

Mortgage Deed.

Letter from James Ormond to Swift
Bros. Port Orange, East Florida.

Letter from James Ormond to Swift
Bros. Port Orange, East Florida.

Letter from C. J. Morris, Portland.

Letter I# i a,







Letter from A. Nourse of


Nourse and Brooks


Nov. 8, 1872


Nov. 12, 1872


Oct. 8, 1872

Nov. 28, 1872

Dec. 23, 1872


Sept. 3,


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Oct. 22, 1872


Sept. 2, 1872


Oct. 21, 1872


June 28, 1872


Nov. 12, 1873


March 5, 1873


May 2, 1873 )
May 30, 1873 )


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Letter from Nourse.


Letter from '-A7r-seae.


Letter from C. J. Morris, Portland.


Letter from Austin Ellis.

Notice of shipment of phosphate
from Portland to Savannah.

Letter from S. L.. Goodale. Sec.
of Marine Board of Agriculture.

Letter from C. J. Morris, Portland.


Letter from C. J. Norris. Mews-
paper clipping attached.

Letter from S. Root (informing
James Ormond "of his consent
to his son's wedding Florence."


"Discharge of Mortgage"and Plat
of lots.

Note in envelope from McNaught.
Envelope: McNaught & Scrutchin.

Receipt for two dollars. Entrance
fee as a member of Manufacturer's
Assn. of Atlanta.


Letter from George Pl Fowler,
Crawfordville, Wakulla Co. Fla.
Letter from I. J. Marsh, Albany,

Ga. Envelope -postmarked May 31.
Albany, Ga. Green three cent stamp.


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Dec. 10, 1873


Feb. 15, 1873


Jan. 21, 1873

March 8, 1873



July 8, 1873


March 19, 1873


Dec. 30, 1873

Feb. 3, 1870


Feb. 12, 1873


Feb. 17, 1874



October 27, 1874


Oct. 7, 1874


April 13, 1874


Dec. 30, 1874




July 1, 1874

November 17, 1874

June 4, 1875


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Note to Miss Ida Ormond from
C. E. Pearce. Envelope post-
Marked'Tallahassee, ?Fla. April
12. Green three cent stamp. Torn.

Letter from A. H. Smith, White
Plains, Ga.

Letter from C. J. Morris, Portland.

Letter from R. Massey, Office
Inspector of Fertilizers.


Letter from C.- J. Morris, Portland.


Letter from Austin Ellis, Savannah.


Letter from C. J. Morris, Portland.


Letter from C. J. Morris, Portland.


Letter from Austin Ellis, Savannah.


Letter from J. J. Ormond, Loundes
County, Miss.

Letter from James Ormond to
Sydney Rork, Esq/

Letter from J. P. Rogers, Sec.
Continental Life Ins. Co.

Letter from James Ormond to daughter
Ida. _.

Letter from James Ormond to his
daughter Ida. Envelope postmarked
Dec. 30, Ga.,Stamp cut out of
envelope. On envelope:Atlanta Paper
Mills.

Statement: James Ormond in account
with McNaught & Scrutchin.

Letter from James Ormond to, S. Rouk.

Four stock certificates in The
Herald Publishing Company.








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May 6, 1892



July 31, 1891



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Sealed envelope containing stamps.


Brochure "FLORIDA!.' Map of Fla. inside


Blackbordered envelope. Postmarked
(Eustis?). No date. Stamp partly
destroyed. Black bordered letter
enclosed from Rob. Christie.


Brochure: California and Northwest
Trading and Mining Co.


Twenty-two cards. Atlanta Paper Mill.


Account Book. "An.Account Book for
18?. Hunter and Robertsons, Druggist.


Small, torn piece of newspaper con-
cerning Andersonville Prison.


Typewritten Manuscript. The Birth
and Christening of Ormond, Florida.
By Cora Smith Gould.

Agreement form "to b signed by
those who prop se donate land.
"Jacksonville, MI ch, 1879. Jack-
sonville, St. A gustine and Indian
River Railroa C Enclosures: Form
to be fille out by donator of land.
Letter dated, Jun lst. 1879, New
Britain, Fla. from M. A. Bostrom.


Letter in envelope postmarked
Atlanta, Ga. April 21, 1891. No
stamp.

Letter in envelope. No stamps. Post-
mark on back of envelope,Atlanta, Ga.


Letter no envelope. No stamps.
"Waldegrave (?)" Shakespeare Rd.
Bedford. From Marshall Christie.

Letter in enveJope. No stamps. Post-
Mark on back oi envelope, Atlanta,
Dec. 1, 1891.







March 20, 1891.


June 20, 1891


June (?) 1892



June 29, 1891




Aug. 5, 1891


Sept. 10, 1891

July 27, 1891

May 9, 1892

Sept. 24, 1892


May 13, 1892



March 1, 1892


May 9, 1892



March 25, 1892



March 12, 1892


May 19, 1892


March 19, 1892


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Letter no envelope. Hosch Lumber
Co. March 20, 1891, Atlanta, Ga.


Letter in envelope. No stamps.
Postmarked N. Y. 1891.

Letter in envelope. No stamps.
Postmarked on back, Atlanta, Ga.
June (?)1892.

Letter in envelope. No stamps. Mayor's
Office, Atlanta, Ga. Letter from
Mayor of Atlanta, W. A. Hemphill.


Letter:No envelope. From John McNaught.
-Letterhead, "Daily and Weekly Mercury."

Letter. No envelope. From John Mc
Naught. Letterhead, "Daily & Weekly Mere

Letter: Griffin, Ga. July 27, 1891.

Letter: Dated May 9, 1892. Alabama.

Letter: Dated Sept. 24, 1892. St.
Augustine, from Venancio Sanchez.

Letter in envelope. No stamp. Post-
mark on back of envelope dated May 14,
Atlanta. N. Y. May 13, 1892=

Letter. Bedford, from Marshall Christie.


Atlanta. Letter. Welch & Turman,
4 pages including plat of land.


Letters (Two) in envelope. Two cent
stamp. Postmarked Atlanta.


Letter, dated March 12, 1892. From Bob.


Letter. Two cent stamp. postmarked
Ormond, from.J. C. Lowe.

Two letters in envelope. Two cent
stamp. Atlanta.







Oct. 31, 1892



Nov. 12, 1892



August 6, 1892


April 30, 1892.


(?)


1892


March 12, 1892


(?)


March 19, 1892



March 4, 1892



October (?)


Feb. 24


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Sept. 26, 1892


March 23, 1893


March 6, 1893


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.Yellow envelope (no letter). Six 3
cents stamps on back. Postmarked St.
'Marks, Oct. 31.

Letter in envelope. No stamp free.
Part of Cong. Record. Letter from
L. Pasco, Monticello, Fla.

Circular, Jacksonville, Tampa &
Key West Railway Co.

Letter in envelope. Two cent stamp.
Postmarked Ormond, Ap. 30, 1892. From
E. W. Amsden.

Letter in envelope no stamp. From
E. W. Amsden.

Letter in envelope. Two cent stamp.
Postmarked Atlanta. Smith & Simpson,
Dealers in Rough & Dressed Lumber.

Letter in envelope. Two cent stamp.
Smith & Simpson. Letter to E. M.
Massingale from M. A. Smith. Giving
consent to marriage.

Letter in envelope. Two, two cent
stamps. Postmarked Atlanta, Ga. From
M. A. Smith.

Letter in envelope. Two, two cent
stamps. Postmarked Atlanta, Ga. Smith
& Simpson.

Envelope no letter. Three cent
green stamp. Postmakred October (?).
Continental Life Ins. Co.

Envelope. No letter. Addressed to
Miss Ormond. Three cent Canadian stamp

Postcard. Postmarked Washington,
Sept. 26, 1892. Stamp Ulysses Grant.

Two letters and death certificate of
James Ormond in envelope. Two cent
stamp. Bostmarked Washington, D. C.
Pensions-Patents, Govt. Claims. C.
D. Pennebaker, Attorney-at-Law.

Letter in envelope. Two cent stamp.
C. D. Pennebaker.







(?) 1893




March 18, 1909





June 18, 1892


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Letter in envelope. Two cent stamp
(damaged torn). Postmarked Washington,
D. C. Letter with three enclosures. From
C. D. Pnnebaker. Regarding pension.


Letter in envelope. Two cent stamp.
Postmarked, Atlanta, Ga. March 18, 1909.
Addressed to Mrs. M. Z. Smith, 20 Park
St. Atlanta, Ga. From Louis A. Pradt.


Folded newspaper: The "Northern Whig/"
Published at Belfast, Ireland. June 18,
1892. Contains names of all the dele-
gates to the Great Ulster Convention.
Protesting against "Home Rule." And a
full account of all their Proceedings
and Speeches, and may be very valuable
in time to come."




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