Papers, 1772-1866.

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Tazewell family. Papers, 1772-1866.

Papers, 1772-1866.

Most of the correspondence is directed to Henry Tazewell and Littleton Waller Tazewell. These records contain a typescript booklet with copies of letters from 1772-1866, including papers on the trial of Aaron Burr, letters of Aaron Burr and letters from prominent public figures. Two volumes are diaries of John N. Tazewell, 19 September 1847 - 24 September 1849 and 20 September 1848 - 1 January 1850. One volume is the household account book of Littleton Waller Tazewell, June 1836 - June 1837, and one volume is a record of tombstone inscriptions at St. Paul's Cemetery, Norfolk, Va., 1673 - 1859, compiler not established.

1 booklet.4 v. (405 p.)

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