Shirley plantation records, 1736-1923 [microform].

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Carter family. Shirley plantation records, 1736-1923 [microform].

Shirley plantation records, 1736-1923 [microform].

This Accession consists of five major series: Shirley Plantation, Virginia, records, 1812-1879; 1736-1923; 1815-1906; 1840-1876; 1801-1879. The first part contains Business Papers, principally of Hill Carter, Carter-Randolph suit papers and family correspondence, and genealogical data. The second portion contains papers of William Fitzhugh Carter, Robert E. Lee, and Confederate bonds. The third portion consists of naval journals of Hill Carter, and Robert Randolph Carter, account books of the same individuals, the farm journal of Charles Carter, and diaries of Marion and Louise Humphreys Carter. The fourth part contains business and legal papers of the Carter Randolph families. The final portion contains the diary of Robert Carter and a variety of bank and account books of Hill Carter.

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