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Ormond, James III, Correspondence, 1867-1868

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Material Information

Title:
Ormond, James III, Correspondence, 1867-1868
Series Title:
Ormond Family Papers (1784-1909)
Physical Description:
Mixed Material
Language:
English
Creator:
Ormond family
Donor:
Bettie Massengale Edwards
Publication Date:
Physical Location:
Box: 2
Divider: Ormond, James III
Folder: Ormond, James III, Correspondence, 1867-1868

Subjects

Genre:
Spatial Coverage:

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 - http://uf.catalog.fcla.edu/uf.jsp?st=UF001925427&ix=pm&I=0&V=D&pm=1
System ID:
IR00003201:00028

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Material Information

Title:
Ormond, James III, Correspondence, 1867-1868
Series Title:
Ormond Family Papers (1784-1909)
Physical Description:
Mixed Material
Language:
English
Creator:
Ormond family
Donor:
Bettie Massengale Edwards
Publication Date:
Physical Location:
Box: 2
Divider: Ormond, James III
Folder: Ormond, James III, Correspondence, 1867-1868

Subjects

Genre:
Spatial Coverage:

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 - http://uf.catalog.fcla.edu/uf.jsp?st=UF001925427&ix=pm&I=0&V=D&pm=1
System ID:
IR00003201:00028

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Ormond, James III
Correspondence 1867-1868


1867:
March 7
.Ap. 1- 4
.Mayll
May20
May29
May31
Aug.31
Sept.18
Sept. 20
Oct.11
.Oct. 30


D.Dummitt to Ormond
R.Christie to Ormond
W.Williams to Ormond
Nouse,BrooksCo.to Ormond
Prom note.Ormond to Thompsor
Account. H.Ware estate
Receipt.NourseBrooksCo. .
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J.Lindley to Ormond
NourseBrooksCo. to Ormohd
Report.McDoneagh Female
School


1868:
Jan.6 NourseBrooksCo to Ormond
Jan.23 M.Stokesbury to Ormond
Jan.28 R.Chhistie to Ormond
Jan.31 J.Johnston to Ormond
-Feb.6 R.Swift to Ormond
Apr.6 McNaught&Ormond vs. J.Skippe
ay30 Account.H.Ware estate .
June 8 C.Thomas to Ormond
July 20 Indemnity.Fisk to Ormond ...
Sept.5 NourseBrooksCo. to Ormond
Dec.30 w o r
Dec.31 M.Christie to Ormond




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DISSOLUTION.


The interest of MR. WM. R. PETTES in the firm of NOURSE, BROOKS & CO. ceases on and after

this date. The business will be continued by the undersigned, in the firm name of NOURSE & BROOKS,

who alone are authorized to close the unsettled business of the late firm.


A. P. NOURSE,


H. W. BROOKS.


NEW YORK, 181 September, 1868.




A. P. NoURsE will sign




H. W. Booe wWill sign


We are prepared to advance on consignments of Cotton to the address of our friends in Liverpool and

Havre, as well as to our own consignment in this market.


NURSE & BROOKS.


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