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Collection Number: 00322

Collection Title: Hawkins Family Papers, 1738-1895

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Size 28.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 16,000 items)
Abstract The Hawkins family, primarily of Warren and Franklin counties, N.C., included Benjamin Hawkins (1754-1818), who served with Washington in the American Revolution, was in the Continental Congress and the United States Senate, and, in the 1790s, was agent to the Creek Indians and superintendent of all tribes south of the Ohio River; John Davis Hawkins (1781-1858), who graduated from the University of North Carolina in 1801, studied law, and served in the North Carolina Senate; William J. Hawkins (1819-1894), who studied medicine, but worked chiefly in railroads and banking; Philemon Benjamin Hawkins (1823-1891), who was a planter and served in the North Carolina legislature; and Colin M. Hawkins (fl. 1860-1880), businessman of Raleigh, N.C. Hawkins family members worked as planters, state and federal officials, railroad executives, bankers, commission merchants, machinery and phosphate manufacturers, and operators of other enterprises in North Carolina and several adjacent states. The collection includes extensive business and personal correspondence, 1738-1893, of several generations of the Hawkins family. Also included are papers of other locally prominent related families and correspondence with relatives who lived in Texas, Mississippi, Florida, and other states. Some correspondence relates to slaves owned by family members. Volumes up to 1865 relate primarily to planting and railroads; included are some slave records. The remainder of the volumes are account books, letter books, inventories, order and shipping records, and other records. Among companies important in the papers are Hawkins, Williamson & Company, cotton brokerage and commission merchants of Baltimore, and its successor Hawkins & Company; C. M. Hawkins & Company, which continued Hawkins & Company; the Pioneer Manufacturing Company of Raleigh, N.C., distributor of plows, cotton planters, pulleys, machine castings, bobbins, spools, shuttles, and manure; and the North Carolina Phosphate Company, incorporated in 1885, with its main offices at Raleigh and works at Castle Hayne, N.C. There is almost no material pertaining to Benjamin Hawkins's activities as Revolutionary War leader and United States senator, but there are a few items relating to his career as a United States Indian agent.
Creator Hawkins family.
Language English
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Restrictions to Access
No restrictions. Open for research.
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Hawkins Family Papers #322, Southern Historical Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Gifts and purchases from the Andrews family of Raleigh, N.C., before 1940 and in 1952, with subsequent additions and purchases in 1963, 1967, 1973, 1983, 1984, and 1985.
Sensitive Materials Statement
Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, the North Carolina Public Records Act (N.C.G.S. § 132 1 et seq.), and Article 7 of the North Carolina State Personnel Act (Privacy of State Employee Personnel Records, N.C.G.S. § 126-22 et seq.). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assumes no responsibility.
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John Davis Hawkins (1781-1858) was born in Warren County, N.C.; graduated from the University of North Carolina in 1801; studied law with Judge John Haywood; lived in Franklin County, N.C.; and was a land owner in Franklin and Warren counties. He served in the state senate, 1834, 1836, 1838, and 1840. He married Jane A. Boyd (1784-1875), a daughter of Alexander Boyd of Boydton, Mecklenburg County, Va. John and Jane had six sons: James Boyd, who moved to Texas; Frank (1815-1896), who moved to Mississippi; physician William J. (1819-1894), of Raleigh; John D., Jr., who moved to New Orleans; Philemon Benjamin (1823-1891), who remained in Franklin County and served in the North Carolina legislature; and Alexander Boyd Hawkins (1825-1921), who moved to Florida and later to Raleigh. The couple also have five daughters: Ann, who married Wesley Young; Lucy, who married Thomas Kean; Mary, who married Protheus E. A. Jones; Virginia, who married William J. Andrews; and Jane A., who did not marry.

William J. Hawkins (1819-1894) studied at the University of North Carolina, was graduated from William and Mary, and received his M.D. degree from the University of Pennsylvania. He settled at Ridgeway, N.C., to practice medicine but became interested in the Raleigh & Gaston Railroad and moved to Raleigh. He served as president of the railroad, 1855-1875. The Raleigh & Gaston and the lines with which it was associated later became the Seaboard Air Line. In 1890, Hawkins became president of the Citizens National Bank of Raleigh. He was married three times: to Mary Alethea Clark, with whom he had two sons, Colin M. and Marmaduke J.; to Lucy N. Clark, with whom he had two daughters, Loula and Alethea; and to Mary A. White, with whom he had one daughter, Lucy C.

John Davis Hawkins was the son of Philemon (1752-1833) and Lucy Davis Hawkins of Warren County. His siblings were William (1777-1819), governor of North Carolina, who married Ann Swepson Boyd; Eleanor Howard, who married Sherwood Haywood; Ann, who married William Person Little; Delia, who married Stephen Haywood; Sarah, who was the second wife of William Polk; Joseph, who married Mary Boyd; Benjamin Franklin, who married Sally Person; Lucy Davis Ruffin, who married Louis D. Henry; and Philemon, Frank, George W., and Mildred, all of whom did not marry.

John Davis Hawkins's grandfather was Philemon Hawkins (1717-1801), son of Philemon and Ann Eleanor Howard Hawkins of Virginia. When he was about 18, Philemon Hawkins moved to North Carolina with his mother, stepfather, younger brother John, and sister Ann. They settled in Granville County, which later became Bute and subsequently Warren County. Philemon married Delia Warren, with whom he had six children: Fannie, who married Leonard Bullock; John; Philemon, Jr. (1752-1833); Benjamin, who was a United States senator and Indian agent; and Ann, who married Micajah Thomas.

Benjamin Hawkins (1754-1818) served on Washington's staff as a translator to French officers during the Revolutionary War, and, in 1785, served as commissioner to treat with the Cherokees and other tribes. He was a member of the Continental Congress, 1781-1784, 1786, and 1787 and a United States senator from North Carolina, 1789-1795. Beginning in the 1790s, he was agent to the Creek Indians and superintendent of all Indian tribes south of the Ohio River.

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The collection includes extensive business and personal correspondence, 1738-1893, of several generations of the Hawkins family, primarily of Warren County, N.C., and Franklin County, N.C. Hawkins family members worked as planters, state and federal officials, railroad executives, bankers, commission merchants, machinery and phosphate manufacturers, and operators of other enterprises in North Carolina and several adjacent states. Also included are papers of other locally prominent related families and correspondence with relatives who lived in Texas, Mississippi, Florida, and other states. Some correspondence relates to slaves owned by family members. Volumes up to 1865 relate primarily to planting and railroads; included are some slave records. The remainder of the volumes are account books, letter books, inventories, order and shipping records, and other records. Among companies important in the papers are Hawkins, Williamson & Company, cotton brokerage and commission merchants of Baltimore, and its successor Hawkins & Company; C. M. Hawkins & Company, which continued Hawkins & Company; the Pioneer Manufacturing Company of Raleigh, N.C., distributor of plows, cotton planters, pulleys, machine castings, bobbins, spools, shuttles, and manure; and the North Carolina Phosphate Company, incorporated in 1885, with its main offices at Raleigh and works at Castle Hayne, N.C. There is almost no material pertaining to Benjamin Hawkins's activities as Revolutionary War leader and United States senator, but there are a few items relating to his career as a United States Indian agent.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Correspondence and Related Material, 1738-1893.

About 15,700 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

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About 7,000 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

1738-1799 Deeds for lands, slaves, and other property, chiefly in Granville and Warren counties, N.C., but also Bute, Franklin, Montgomery, and Edgecombe counties. Materials relate to Philemon Hawkins (Sr. and Jr.), Joseph Hawkins, and other members of the Hawkins, Williams, Forkner, and related families in Raleigh and Warren County.
There are many Benjamin Hawkins materials, including a letter, 9 April 1785, from Benjamin Hawkins (1754-1818) in Savannah to Compte de la Forest, reporting his recent evaluation of the Georgia seacoast, rivers, and islands for shipbuilding. Antoine Rene Charles Mathurin de la Forest (1756-1846) was secretary of the French to the United States in 1778 and became vice consul for Carolina and Georgia in 1783 and later consul general. On 10 February 1792, there is a draft of a letter from Hawkins to George Washington about the government's relations with Indians. There are also copies of reports and letters sent to Secretary of War Henry Dearborn by Hawkins and Hawkins's journal entries March-June 1797, during which time he worked with a commission appointed to survey a boundary line between the Cherokee Nation and Tennessee and between the Creek Nation and Georgia. Also included is an order from Benjamin Hawkins at Fort Wilkinson, Ga., 6 January 1798, to Edward Price, United States factor, for a bushel of corn and a bushel of salt to be supplied to an Indian woman named Hothletocco, so that she and her family might return to the Creek Nation. There is also a letter 23 November 1798, from Hawkins at Hillaubee, Talladega County, Ala., to Colonel David Henley in Knoxville, Tenn., replying to Henley's request to purchase cows and reporting that Rachel Spillard, who had been employed by a Mr. Dinsmoor to teach the Cherokee Indians to spin and weave, had left to work in a cotton factory and had not been paid for her work with the Cherokees. Henley (1748-1823) was a native of Massachusetts who served in the Revolutionary War and held various government posts, including clerk in the War Department. Mr. Dinsmoor may be Silas Dinsmore (1766-1847), an Indian agent.
1800-1804 Scattered papers of Philemon Hawkins, his brother Benjamin, and son John Davis, chiefly relating to property and including deeds, indentures, powers of attorney, and bills. In 1801, there is the will of Philemon Hawkins Sr. of Pleasant Hill, Warren County, naming his children and grandchildren as heirs.
Benjamin Hawkins items include letters, 7 February 1800, from Georgia Governor James Jackson to Hawkins concerning Hawkins's work as an Indian agent, and 27 December 1800, from Hawkins at Fort Wilkinson on the Oconee River near Milledgeville, Ga., to Joseph Clay, merchant of Savannah. Hawkins wrote to acknowledge receipt of merchandise and the federal stipend for the Creek Indians, sent by Clay to a Mr. Wright, United States factor for the Creeks. In the letter, Hawkins commented on the progress of the government's plan to settle the Creeks. On 21 January 1803, there is a letter from William Hawkins (1777-1819) to Benjamin Hawkins about Benjamin's career and family matters.
1805-1819 By 1805, papers are primarily of John D. Hawkins (1781-1858) of Franklin, Warren, and Granville counties. Papers are chiefly business correspondence; bills; items relating to the purchase and sale of slaves and land and to tobacco crops; notes; tax receipts; and items relating to Hawkins's law practice, commencement exercises at the University of North Carolina, Hawkins's saltworks and sawmill, the Louisburg Female Academy, and teachers employed by Hawkins to instruct his children. Included is a June 1818 letter from John G. Blount in Washington, N.C., about the need for legislation to permit construction of a canal from the Roanoke River to the Tar River. In 1819, there are materials relating to Archibald Lytle, William Person, and William Hawkins. In March 1819, there is the will of Muscogie Hawkins, who left his estate to Lavinia Hawkins.
1820-1823 Miscellaneous business papers of John D. Hawkins relating to planting, property, securing teachers for his children, leather tanning and shoemaking enterprises, University of North Carolina finances, Benjamin Hawkins's will, and the division of family property.
Among the 1820 letters are a draft of a letter from John D. Hawkins to John Branch, president of the Board of Internal Improvement, about the Tar River Navigation Company; a letter from A. D. Murphey about the Board; and letters from W. N. Edwards of Washington, D.C., about post offices and pension cases. On 15 July 1823, there is the draft of a letter to William Welborn about political misunderstandings in the race for state legislature. Richard Russell's bills and other business papers run throughout these years.
1824-1825 Business papers of Richard Russell, who died intestate in 1825. There are also business papers of John D. Hawkins, including deeds; bills; and correspondence about the leather business, land, crop and slave prices, the estate of Alexander Boyd, and the affairs of Richard Boyd. Among the correspondents are William Robards, Joseph W. Hawkins, Thomas H. Kean, William Pannill of Petersburg, and other merchants; also Will Polk, William M. Swepson, Benjamin F. Hawkins, H. L. Jeffers, John D. Hawkins's father Philemon, and other members of the Hawkins family. In a letter, dated 30 April 1825, James Manney of Beaufort, N.C., wrote about progress in cutting the canal linking the Tar and Roanoke rivers.
1826-1843 Business correspondence and other papers of John D. Hawkins. Hawkins was concerned with planting cotton, wheat, and tobacco crops; managing land, especially in Tennessee, and other property; leather and salt enterprises; banking; the Alexander Boyd and Richard Russell estates; civil suits in court; family matters, including securing teachers for his children; Revolutionary War pension cases for which he was attorney, especially, beginning in 1834, Elizabeth Milligan McCarty's claim, and beginning in 1840, that of Esther Johnston; politics and political campaigns; the plough factory and furnace at Sandy Creek mills in Warren County, erected in 1837; and beginning around 1837, railroad construction.
Included are an exchange of letters in April 1827 between John D. Hawkins and Nathaniel Macon about an invitation to a public dinner for Macon; a letter, 19 September 1827, from F. F. O'Neill of Charleston, S.C., to Colonel William Polk about Polk's academy; a letter in February 1829 from David Clark about cotton manufacturing machinery and Andrew Jackson; an exchange of letters in October 1829 about John D. Hawkins's desire to visit West Point to observe teaching methods to be implemented at the University of North Carolina and John Branch's reaction to the idea; a partnership agreement, 7 September 1837, between John D. Hawkins and William B. Williams to erect a plough factory and furnace at Sandy Creek Mills; a letter, 7 December 1837, from Charles M. Garnett to Hawkins about building the Raleigh & Gaston Railroad; a February 1838 copy of the will of Jacob Fane (Fain), who was emancipated in 1805 and died ca. 1837, and a copy of the emancipation bond; letters, 1839-1841, from John D. Hawkins Jr. to his father about life at the University of North Carolina; an 1842 certificate documenting William J. Hawkins's completion of work for the M.D. degree at the University of Pennsylvania; and letters of R. W. Haywood about family tombstones and gold mining.
1844-1849 Business papers of John D. Hawkins, now at Henderson Depot, N.C., continue with an increasing percentage relating to railroad matters, especially correspondence as a stockholder in the Raleigh & Gaston Railroad. Beginning around 1844, there are also business papers of Hawkins's son William J. Hawkins at Ridgeway, Warren County. There are also family letters, chiefly among John D. Hawkins's children. Beginning in 1844, there are letters from Louis H. Russell, who was supported at William and Mary in Virginia by his uncle John D. Hawkins.
Also included are a phrenological reading, dated 6 March 1844, of John D. Hawkins by William P. Hebard of Oxford, N.C., and letters, 1844-1845, about hiring out slaves for railroad work; a contract, October 1845, for building a house at Ridgeway for William J. Hawkins; many letters, particularly in 1846, about Revolutionary War pension cases; a copy of a letter, 3 August 1846, from John D. Hawkins to William P. Williams about John D. Hawkins, Jr.'s campaign for a seat in the state legislature; 1847 letters from John B. Hawkins in Mattagorda County, Tex., about his property, crops, and life there; items, March-May 1847, about President James K. Polk's visit to the University of North Carolina; a report, 14 July 1847, to John D. Hawkins about the condition of his lands in Tennessee; correspondence in 1847 about extending the railroad from Raleigh into South Carolina; copies of letters in June 1848 relating to a misunderstanding between Robert Strange and President Polk; correspondence, August-November 1848, with the Georgia Historical Society about publication of Benjamin Hawkins's writings; letters, 1847-1848, from Frank Hawkins and family in Carroll County, Miss.; and letters, December 1848, of N. B. Massenburg concerning plans for enlarging the courthouse.
1850-1865 Accounts and correspondence with commission merchants at Petersburg and Richmond and a few personal bills and legal papers relating to John D. Hawkins continue until his death in 1858, after which there are items about the settlement of his estate. On 16 June 1850, there is a letter from Congressman J. R. J. Daniel to John D. Hawkins about how the territorial slavery issue was unlikely to result in a settlement acceptable to the South. On 15 September 1850, there is a letter to Hawkins about his sons' taking the census in Warren County. In the early 1850s, there are a few items relating to the sale and hiring out of slaves. On 26 November 1852, there is a contemporary copy of a letter to Junius Amis of Vicksburg, Miss., from John D. Hawkins about trouble with a slave.
During this period, there are a few family letters, especially those relating to Virginia Hawkins Andrews. On 17 September 1852, there is a letter from the physician at the Eastern Lunatic Asylum in Williamsburg, Va., to John D. Hawkins about a resident relative's mental state.
As the years go by, papers increasingly relate to William J. Hawkins (1819-1894), son of John D. Hawkins. These include papers about his presidency, beginning in 1855, of the Raleigh & Gaston Railroad, and to his work with W. J. Hawkins & Company, which contracted to build sections of the Virginia & Kentucky Railroad in the 1850s. There are also many papers relating to the building of the bridge at Gastonia, N.C.
In the 1850s and 1860s, there are also papers relating to the affairs of William's brother Philemon Benjamin Hawkins (1823-1891), who was a planter and contractor of Franklin County. In the 1850s and early 1860s, he was in partnership with David Bisset as contractors for railroad construction. Papers show that this partnership worked on some projects near Pendleton, S.C., and Weldon, N.C., and that Philemon Hawkins was also a member of the W. J. Hawkins Company that built sections of the Virginia & Kentucky Railroad near Abingdon, Va. His life outside railroad construction, which he spent managing properties in Franklin County, at Henderson, or at Spring Grove near Henderson is also documented. There are also some papers relating to Philemon's tenure in the state legislature in 1852. Also included are scattered papers of John D. Hawkins Jr., Alexander Boyd Hawkins of Henderson, James B. Hawkins of Texas, Frank Hawkins of Mississippi, and other family members.
In the early 1860s, there are papers relating to John D. Hawkins's estate, including a list, dated 15 December 1860, of slaves belonging to the estate. A list on 9 December 1862 gives the final disposition of the estate's slaves.
During the Civil War period, there is little to indicate that a war was going on, except that the Hawkinses sent their cotton and other products South instead of to Virginia. In 1862, there are a few slight references to family members in military service. A 26 August 1862 letter to Alexander Boyd Hawkins from Phinizy & Clayton, commission merchants of Augusta, Ga., discussed counterfeit Confederate bank notes in circulation. A letter on 13 November 1862 to Alexander Boyd Hawkins from commission merchants Duncan & Johnston of Savannah, Ga., discussed a shipment of flour that had not been received and probably had been confiscated by the government. On 13 November 1863, there is a letter to Jane Hawkins in Henderson from William J. Hawkins in Raleigh about the confiscation of horses. In December 1863, Hawkins and other railroad presidents exchanged letters about planning routes for the delivery of goods and protesting taxes about to be levied.
There are few items dated 1863-1864. By the end of 1865, William J. Hawkins appears to have made a good recovery from wartime inconveniences, although there is a letter, dated 14 December 1865, to him from George Grice at the Car Works in Portsmouth, Va., stating that northern troops having stolen all the supplies used in building railroad cars, the Works would have to wait for the reorganization of the banks to be able to purchase enough supplies to reopen. Materials in November and December 1865 are chiefly letters of application and recommendation for jobs with the National Express and Transportation Company of the State of North Carolina, of which William was a director.
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1738-1759 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 1

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-322/1

Indenture between John Green and Philemon Hawkins in Granville County, N.C., 7 December 1756 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." OPF-322/1

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1760 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 2

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-322/2

Four indentures in Granville County, N.C., 1760 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." OPF-322/2

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1761-1764 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 3

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-322/3

Two Indentures in Granville County, N.C., 1761 and 1762 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." OPF-322/3

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1765-1769 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 4

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-322/4

Indenture between George Martin and Philemon Hawkins in Granville County, N.C., 7 August 1761 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." OPF-322/4

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1770-1778 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 5

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1779 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 6

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-322/5

Five indentures in Bute County, N.C., and one in Franklin County, N.C., 1779 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." OPF-322/5

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1780-1782 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 7

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-322/6

One indenture in Granville County, N.C., and one in Warren County, N.C., 1782 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." OPF-322/6

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1783-1789 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 8

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-322/7

Indenture to John Hawkins in Franklin County, N.C., 10 Augutst 1786 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." OPF-322/7

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1790-1794 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 9

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1795-1799 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 10

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1800-1802 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 11

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1803-1804 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 12

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1805-1806 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 13

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1807-1808 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 14

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1809 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 15

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1810-1811 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 16

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1812 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 17

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1813 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 18

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1814 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 19

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1815-1816 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 20

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1817 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 21

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1818 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 22

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1819 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 23

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1820 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 24-25

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1821 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 26

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1822 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 27-28

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1823 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 29-30

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1824 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 31-34

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1825 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 35-37

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1826 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 38

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1827 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 39-40

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1828 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 41

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1829 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 42-43

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1830 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 44-46

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1831 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 47-48

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1832 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 49-50

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1833 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 51

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1834 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 52-53

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1835 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 54

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1836 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 55

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1837 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 56

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1838 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 57

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1839 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 58

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1840 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 59-62

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1841 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 63

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1842 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 64

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1843 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 65-66

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1844 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 67

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1845 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 68-69

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1846 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 70-74

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1847 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 75-78

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1848 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 79-81

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1849 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 82-85

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1850 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 86-88

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1851 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 89-91

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1852 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 92-94

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1853 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 95

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1854 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 96

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1855 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 97-98

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1856 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 99-105

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1857 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 106-109

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1858 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 110-114

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1859 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 115-117

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1860 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 118-120

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1861 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 121

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1862 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 122-123

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1863-1864 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 124

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Folder 125

Folder 126

Folder 127

1865 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 125-127

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Folder 134

Undated and fragments before 1866 #00322, Subseries: "1.1. 1738-1865." Folder 128-134

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About 8,700 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Papers of William J. Hawkins and his brothers continue. In the late 1860s and 1870s, William was a member of Hawkins, Williamson & Company of Baltimore, general commission merchants, with B. P. Williamson, J. J. Thomas, and Colin M. Hawkins. His papers as president of the Raleigh & Gaston Railroad run from about 1867 to 1875, and his papers as president of the Ridgeway Company are of the some period. Philemon Benjamin Hawkins's papers also continue; these include some relating to his service in the North Carolina senate in 1870.

Papers of Colin M. Hawkins, son of William J. and Mary Alethea Clark Hawkins, are also included. His business papers extend from the 1860s through the 1880s and include materials relating to his time in Baltimore in the 1860s and 1870s as a member of Hawkins, Williamson & Company and its successor, Hawkins & Company. Also documented is his career in the 1880s, when he was in Raleigh and connected with the Pioneer Manufacturing Company, Raleigh Light & Gas, and the North Carolina Phosphate Company. The Pioneer Manufacturing Company was incorporated in 1883 by J. C. Kearney, P. M. Wilson, and Colin M. Hawkins to make objects of wood and metal. The company distributed plows, cotton planters, pulleys, machine castings, bobbins, spools, shuttles, and manure. The North Carolina Phosphate Company, with offices at Raleigh and works at Castle Hayne, N.C., was incorporated in 1885, with M. J. Hawkins as president and Colin M. Hawkins as secretary. F. M. Andrews, J. F. Dortch, and A. H. A. Williams were also among the incorporators.

Included are bills, receipts, notes, deeds, indentures, tax lists, insurance policies, notes on court proceedings, estate settlement accounts, and a few family letters. There is also correspondence relating to plantation management in Mississippi, 1870-1875; cotton sales, 1870-1880; tobacco markets, 1878; land speculation in North Carolina, 1883; and accounts with commission merchants and factors.

Throughout the period, there are papers relating to railroad construction and management. These include contracts and other records of the Raleigh & Gaston Railroad and specifications for construction of the Virginia & Kentucky Railroad.

There are several oversize plats, town plans, and building specifications from the 1870s and 1880s for various locations. These include plans for William J. Hawkins's houses in Raleigh and Ridgeway and for the residence of I. H. Pearce in Oxford, Miss. There are also engineering sketches of mill machinery labeled "N.C. Phosphate Mill, Raleigh," and maps, including one of Middleburg, Warren County, N.C.; one of the Roanoke Navigation & Water Power Company's canal and other properties; one of William J. Hawkins's pine lands in Moore, Richmond, and Montgomery counties, N.C.; one of the Ridgeway Company's land holdings in 1873; and an undated street and pipe-line map of Salisbury, N.C.

Folder 135-137

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Folder 136

Folder 137

1866 #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." Folder 135-137

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Folder 138

Folder 139

1867 #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." Folder 138-139

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Folder 145

1868 #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." Folder 140-145

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Folder 156

1869 #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." Folder 146-156

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Folder 159

1870 #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." Folder 157-159

Folder 160

1871 #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." Folder 160

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1872 #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." Folder 161-164

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1873 #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." Folder 165-166

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1874 #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." Folder 167

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Folder 169

1875 #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." Folder 168-169

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1876 #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." Folder 170

Folder 171

1877 #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." Folder 171

Folder 172

1878 #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." Folder 172

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1879 #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." Folder 173-175

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1880 #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." Folder 176

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1881 #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." Folder 177

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1882 #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." Folder 178-179

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1883 #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." Folder 180-183

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1884-1885 #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." Folder 184

Folder 185-186

Folder 185

Folder 186

1886 #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." Folder 185-186

Folder 187

1887 #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." Folder 187

Folder 188

1888-1889 #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." Folder 188

Folder 189

January-May 1890 #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." Folder 189

Folder 190

June 1890-August 1891 #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." Folder 190

Folder 191-194

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Folder 192

Folder 193

Folder 194

Undated and fragments after 1865 #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." Folder 191-194

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-322/8

Town plans and building specifications #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." OPF-322/8

Extra Oversize Paper Folder XOPF-322/1

Maps, building specifications, and blueprints #00322, Subseries: "1.2. 1866-1891." XOPF-322/1

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 2. Volumes, 1801-1895 and undated.

233 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Note that there is slight overlap in dates between subseries 2.1 and subseries 2.2. Page counts typically exclude blank pages.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.1. 1801-1868.

53 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Folder 195

Volume 1, 1801-1805 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 195

72 pp. Account book with a copy of the will, 1801, of Philemon Hawkins (1717-1801) and accounts relating to the settlement of his estate, Philemon and John Hawkins, executors.

Folder 196

Volume 2, 1813-1821 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 196

83 pp. Account book with miscellaneous memoranda and accounts of John D. Hawkins, including fees due county courts of Warren, Granville, and Franklin counties; wages paid; debts and loans; and cotton crop and salt work accounts.

Folder 197

Volume 3, 1815-1816 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 197

30 pp. Account book with miscellaneous accounts and memoranda, including some listing expenditures for provisions and numbers of hogs killed. Owner unknown.

Folder 198

Volume 4, 1820-1825 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 198

96 pp. Accounts of John D. Hawkins relating to his leather working, a teacher for his children, and other matters.

Folder 199

Volume 5, 1821 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 199

14 pp. Accounts for leather and other shop work. Owner unknown.

Folder 200

Volume 6, 1822 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 200

22 pp. Inventory of sale of the personal property belonging to Philemon Hawkins.

Folder 201

Volume S-7, 1822-1825 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 201

354 pp. Ledger of Richard Russell, including accounts for general merchandise, produce, blacksmithing, and hauling. Richard Russell died intestate about 1825 and John D. Hawkins was the agent for his estate settlement.

Folder 202

Volume 8, 1823-1827 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 202

26 pp. Accounts of expenditures, possibly of Sherwood Haywood.

Folder 203

Volume S-9, 1825-1826 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 203

98 pp. Ledger with index.

Folder 204

Volume 10, 1825-1846 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 204

96 total pp. Front to back, 1825-1832: accounts of Richard Russell's estate. Back to front, 1826-1846: accounts of John D. Hawkins for leather, lumber, teachers, etc.

Folder 205

Volume 11, 1826-1831 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 205

15 total pp. 1826-1829: account of Sherwood Haywood, agent, with Mark Cooke, teller, Bank of New Bern at Raleigh. 1830-1831: account of John D. Hawkins as executor of Sherwood Haywood's estate.

Folder 206

Volume S-12, 1830-1841 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 206

57 total pp. 1830: daybook, McCorkle Gold Mining Company. 1838: records of the purchase of the plow factory at Sandy Creek Mill by John D. Hawkins from William B. Williams. 1838-1841: ledger containing plow factory accounts.

Folder 207

Volume 13, 1833 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 207

17 pp. Inventory of sale of the personal property belonging to Colonel Philemon Hawkins.

Folder 208

Volume S-14, 1833-1850 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 208

270 total pp. 1833-1836: records of general merchandise purchased wholesale at New York for a story at Sparta. 1840: inventory of goods sent from store in Sparta to the railroad depot. 1841: records of a sale by W. J. Andrews. 1842-1850: accounts of John D. Hawkins and Richard Hines, at Henderson, N.C., for merchandise bought in New York and sold at auction.

Folder 209

Volume 15, 1837-1839 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 209

88 pp. "Memorandum book for the Rail Road," containing financial and other records John D. Hawkins, of roadbed work and work done at the depot in Henderson.

Folder 210

Volume 16, 1838-1848 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 210

47 total pp. 1842-1848: ledger of John D. Hawkins for labor, hides, lumber, brandy, etc. 1838-1847: account of Ann Johnson with executors of Joseph W. Hawkins's estate. 1844-1847: accounts of John D. Hawkins as guardian of Lewis H. Russell.

Folder 211

Volume 17, 1838-1852 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 211

234 pp. Memoranda and ledger book of John D. Hawkins, chiefly for the plow factory. Also included are a few recipes and miscellaneous personal memos.

Folder 212

Volume 18, 1839-1840 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 212

13 pp. Alexander Boyd Hawkins account book, including accounts for slaves' shoes.

Folder 213

Volume 19, 1842-1843 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 213

10 pp. List of personal property, including slaves, belonging to P. E. A. Jones and sold under trust made February 1842 for the benefit of John D. Hawkins and Wesley W. Young.

Folder 214

Volume 20, 1844-1851 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 214

95 pp. Accounts of merchandise purchased wholesale, possibly by Cheatham & Vaughan, at Petersburg and Henderson; tobacco and cotton sale accounts; and store accounts from Henderson. Entries appear in John D. Hawkins's handwriting and that of others.

Folder 215

Volume 21, 1846-1852 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 215

284 pp. Daybook for cash sales of general merchandise.

Folder 216

Volume 22, 1846-1852 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 216

66 pp. Record of hides received for tanning by Philemon Benjamin Hawkins of Franklin County.

Folder 217

Volume 23, 1848-1852 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 217

120 pp. "Shop Book" of William J. and John Andrews of Henderson, for blacksmithery and other iron work.

Folder 218

Volume 24, 1849-1850 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 218

362 pp. Henderson account book, possibly of William J. and John Andrews, with accounts for general merchandise, provisions, shoemaking, hides, iron and nails, hardware, plastering, watch repair, and tooth extraction.

Folder 219

Volume 25, 1851-1857 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 219

123 pp. Accounts relating to estates handled by John D. Hawkins. In the back of the book, there is a list of slaves hired to work on the Central Railroad, 1852.

Folder 220

Volume 26, 1852-1853 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 220

163 pp. "Roanoke Valley Railroad, [Sylvanius] Johnson & [David] Bisset's Ledger," containing accounts with employees and officers of the company.

Folder 221

Volume 27, 1852-1856 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 221

27 total pp. 1852: Miscellaneous accounts of Bisset & Johnson of the Roanoke Valley Railroad. 1856: David Bisset's cash account on a South Carolina railroad contract.

Folder 222

Volume 28, 1853-1854 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 222

129 pp. Accounts of David Bisset, contractor, with workers at Little Nut Bush Bridge on the Roanoke Valley Railroad.

Folder 223

Volume 29, 1855-1856 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 223

61 pp. Time rolls of hands employed by James Bain at Rockfield Quarry, Chesterfield County, Va.

Folder 224

Volume 30, 1856 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 224

29 pp. Accounts of Philemon B. Hawkins & Company for work on the Raleigh & Gaston Railroad.

Folder 225

Volume 31, 1856 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 225

60 pp. Accounts of Philemon B. Hawkins & Company for work on the Raleigh & Gaston and the Petersburg & Weldon railroads.

Folder 226

Volume 32, 1856-1857 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 226

107 pp. Ledger with accounts of David Bisset and/or Philemon Benjamin Hawkins for Raleigh & Gaston Railroad work.

Folder 227

Volume 33, 1856-1857 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 227

80 pp. Accounts of Philemon B. Hawkins & Company for work on the Raleigh & Gaston Railroad.

Folder 228

Volume 34, 1856-1866 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 228

75 pp. Miscellaneous accounts of William J. Hawkins.

Folder 229

Volume 35, 1857-1858 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 229

27 pp. Cash paid out by Philemon Benjamin Hawkins for tobacco, clothing, sundries, etc., while working on the Blue Ridge Railroad in South Carolina.

Folder 230

Volume 36, 1857-1859 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 230

24 pp. Bisset & Hawkins accounts for general merchandise and provisions while working on the Blue Ridge Railroad in South Carolina. Also included are a few accounts of E. B. Benson & Sons.

Folder 231

Volume 37, 1858 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 231

122 pp. Bisset & Hawkins ledger containing accounts with laborers and with slaveholders for their slaves working on the Blue Ridge Railroad in South Carolina.

Folder 232

Volume 38, 1858 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 232

46 pp. Accounts of N. F. Bardwell of the South Side Railroad for labor, coal, clothing, etc.

Folder 233

Volume 39, 1858-1866 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 233

105 pp. "Hawkins & Andrews" book of accounts of J. D. Hawkins & Company and A. B. Andrews for a tanning operation.

Folder 234

Volume S-40, 1858-1860 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 234

145 pp. Accounts for general merchandise, clothing, blacksmithery, etc., with many entries relating to the Blue Ridge Railroad, South Carolina.

Folder 235

Volume 41, 1858 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 235

23 pp. Record of clothing, coal, sugar, etc., for workers on the Raleigh & Gaston Railroad.

Folder 236

Volume 42, 1858-1860 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 236

71 pp. Workers' time book, showing names and days worked on the Blue Ridge Railroad. Workers are identified as "stonecutter," "black hands," etc.

Folder 237

Volume 43, 1859 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 237

26 pp. Accounts with slaves for work and tobacco with daybook entries and ledger accounts for work on the Blue Ridge Railroad. Plugs of tobacco were apparently given in exchange for putting down holes (6 holes=$.18).

Folder 238

Volume 44, 1859-1861 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 238

69 pp. Tannery accounts of John D. Hawkins.

Folder 239

Volume S-45, 1859-1862 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 239

165 pp. Plantation accounts, including slave records, of William J. Hawkins at Ridgeway, Warren County, N.C.

Folder 240

Volume 46, 1859-1862 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 240

49 pp. Inventory and accounts of the estate of John D. Hawkins, who died 5 December 1858, William J. Hawkins, executor.

Folder 241

Volume 47, 1860 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 241

57 pp. Philemon Benjamin Hawkins's ledger for general accounts relating to work on the Blue Ridge Railroad.

Folder 242

Volume 48, 1860-1863 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 242

195 pp. Tannery ledger; owner unknown.

Folder 243

Volume 49, 1861-1863 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 243

85 pp. Record of wheat brought to mills owned by [Philemon?] Hawkins and flour sent to the Henderson railroad depot for shipment to soldiers in the field.

Folder 244

Volume 50, 1863-1865 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 244

87 pp. Record, perhaps kept by D. A. Hunt, of bags of wheat and flour received, sent, and given to the poor.

Folder 245

Volume S-51, 1863-1868 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 245

112 total pages. 1863-1865: ledger with tannery accounts. 1867-1868: miscellaneous accounts, including those of A. B. Andrews with laborers for provisions, etc., and with members of the Hawkins family.

Folder 246

Volume 52, 1865-1866 #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 246

78 pp. Accounts involving barter for provisions and general merchandise and other accounts involving cash sales.

Folder 247

Volume 53, 1865-1866 and undated #00322, Subseries: "2.1. 1801-1868." Folder 247

78 total pp. 1865-1866: ledger of A. B. Andrew with accounts with overseers and laborers, including employees' records at the ironworks and railroad ferry at Gaston. Undated: accounts of Philemon Benjamin Hawkins with Hawkins & Bisset and with Hawkins & Mordecai.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.2. 1866-1895.

180 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Folder 248

Volume 54, 1866-1867 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 248

Accounts in individuals, perhaps a saleperson's record book.

Folder 249

Volume 55, 1867 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 249

Advisory book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company with instructions from clients in regard to selling.

Folder 250

Volume 56, 1867-1868 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 250

Sales book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 251

Volume 57, 1867-1868 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 251

Produce book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 252

Volume S-58, 1867-1868 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 252

Sales book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 253

Volume S-59, 1867-1868 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 253

Cash sales book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 254

Volume S-60, 1867-1869 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 254

Ledger of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 255

Volume 61, 1867-1870 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 255

Invoice book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 256

Volume 62, 1867-1872 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 256

Ledger of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 257

Volume S-63, 1867-1877 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 257

Sales and commission book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 258

Volume 64, 1867-1869 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 258

Colin M. Hawkins letter book, Columbia, S.C.

Folder 259

Volume 65, 1867-1870 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 259

Cotton book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 260

Volume 66, 1867-1868 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 260

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 261

Volume 67, 1868 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 261

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 262

Volume 68, 1868 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 262

Daybook listing wholesale shipments of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 263

Volume 69, 1868 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 263

Sales book for naval stores of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 264

Volume 70, 1868 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 264

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 265

Volume S-71, 1868-1870 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 265

Index of names and petty cash ledger of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 266

Volume 72, 1868-1869 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 266

Invoice book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 267

Volume 73, 1868-1869 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 267

Land boundaries of Ridgeway, Warren County, N.C.

Folder 268

Volume 74, 1868-1870 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 268

Advisory book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 269

Volume S-75, 1868-1872 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 269

Sales and commission book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 270

Volume S-76, 1869-1871 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 270

Sales and commission book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 271

Volume 77, 1869-1870 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 271

Labor and freight accounts of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 272

Volume 78, 1869-1877 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 272

Land boundaries of Ridgeway, Warren County, N.C.

Folder 273

Volume 79, 1869 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 273

Daybook of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 274

Volume 80, 1869 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 274

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 275

Volume 81, 1869-1870 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 275

Daybook of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 276

Volume 82, 1868-1872 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 276

Drafts and bills of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 277

Volume S-83, 1869-1872 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 277

Shipping book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 278

Volume 84, 1869 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 278

Daybook and general merchandise accounts of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 279

Volume 85, 1869-1870 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 279

Sales book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 280

Volume 86, 1869-1871 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 280

Cotton book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 281

Volume 87, 1869-1872. #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 281

Household expenses of Martha Clark, who may have been employed by Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 281a

Volume 88, 1869-1870 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 281a

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 282

Volume 89, 1869-1876 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 282

References and agreements book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 283

Volume 90, 1870 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 283

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 284

Volume 91, 1870 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 284

Daybook, owner unidentified.

Folder 285

Volume 92, 1870 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 285

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 286

Volume 93, 1870 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 286

Sales book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 287

Volume 94, 1870 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 287

Cotton warehouse record of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 288

Volume 95, 1870 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 288

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 289

Volume 96, 1870-1871 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 289

Journal of B. T. Williamson.

Folder 290

Volume 97, 1870-1872 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 290

Notification book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 291

Volume 98, 1870-1871 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 291

Cotton sample book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 292

Volume S-99, 1870-1877 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 292

Cotton receiving book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 293

Volume 100, 1870 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 293

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 294

Volume 101, 1870-1871 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 294

Sales book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 295

Volume 102, 1870-1871 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 295

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 296

Volume 103, 1870 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 296

Fragment of cotton sales records of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 297

Volume S-104, 1870-1872 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 297

Ledger of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 298

Volume 105, 1870-1877 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 298

Ledger, perhaps of Colin M. Hawkins.

Folder 299

Volume 106, 1871-1872 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 299

Telegraph book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 300

Volume 107, 1871 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 300

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 301

Volume 108, 1871 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 301

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 302

Volume 109, 1871 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 302

Sales book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 303

Volume 110, 1871 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 303

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 304

Volume 111, 1871 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 304

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 305

Volume 112, 1871 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 305

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 306

Volume 113, 1871 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 306

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 307

Volume 114, 1871-1872 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 307

Sales book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 308

Volume 115, 1871 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 308

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 309

Volume 116, 1871-1872 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 309

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 310

Volume S-117, 1871-1874 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 310

Hawkins store accounts.

Folder 311

Volume 118, 1871-1875 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 311

1871: Colin M. Hawkins cash record. 1872-1875: Martha Clark household expenses.

Folder 312

Volume 119, 1872-1874 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 312

Advisory book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 313

Volume 120, 1872 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 313

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 314

Volume S-121, 1872-1875 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 314

Cash book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 315

Volume 122, 1872-1875 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 315

Order book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 316

Volume 123, 1872-1876 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 316

Invoice book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 317

Volume S-124, 1872-1877 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 317

Commission and sales book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 318

Volume S-125, 1872-1877 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 318

Daybook of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 319

Volume 126, 1872 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 319

Sales book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 320

Volume 127, 1872-1873 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 320

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 321

Volume 128, 1872-1876 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 321

Charge account book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 322

Volume S-129, 1872-1876 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 322

Ledger of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 323

Volume 130, 1873 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 323

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 324

Volume 131, 1873-1876 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 324

Telegraph book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 325

Volume 132, 1873-1876 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 325

Petty cash book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 326

Volume 133, 1873-1877 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 326

Letter book of Colin M. Hawkins.

Folder 327

Volume 134, 1873 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 327

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 328

Volume 135, 1874 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 328

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 329

Volume 136, 1874 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 329

Sales book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 330

Volume 137, 1874 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 330

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 331

Volume 138, 1874 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 331

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 332

Volume 139, 1874 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 332

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 333

Volume 140, 1874 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 333

Sales book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 334

Volume 141, 1874-1875 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 334

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 335

Volume 142, 1874-1875 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 335

Sales book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 336

Volume 143, 1874-1875 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 336

Advisory book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 337

Volume 144, 1875 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 337

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 338

Volume 145, 1875 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 338

Sales book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 339

Volume 146, 1875 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 339

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 340

Volume 147, 1875 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 340

Sales book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 341

Volume S-148, 1875-1877 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 341

Cash book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 342

Volume 149, 1875-1877 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 342

Invoice book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 343

Volume 150, 1875 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 343

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 344

Volume 151, 1875-1876 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 344

Sales book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 345

Volume 152, 1875-1876 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 345

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 346

Volume 153, 1876-1877 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 346

Petty cash book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 347

Volume 154, 1876 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 347

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 348

Volume 155, 1876 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 348

Cotton book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 349

Volume 156, 1876-1877 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 349

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 350

Volume 157, 1876-1877 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 350

Telegraph book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 351

Volume 158, 1876-1879 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 351

Contract book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 352

Volume 159, 1876 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 352

Advisory book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 353

Volume 160, 1877 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 353

Almanac annotated in pencil with surveyor's notes.

Folder 354

Volume 161, 1877 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 354

Sales book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 355

Volume 162, 1877 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 355

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 356

Volume 163, 1877 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 356

Letter book of Colin M. Hawkins.

Folder 357

Volume 164, 1877-1878 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 357

Letter book of Colin M. Hawkins.

Folder 358

Volume 165, 1877-1880 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 358

Letter book of William J. Hawkins.

Folder 359

Volume 166, 1878-1879 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 359

Miscellaneous accounts of Colin M. and William J. Hawkins.

Folder 360

Volume 167, 1878 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 360

Letter book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 361

Volume 168, 1878 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 361

Law lecture notebook of Colin M. Hawkins.

Folder 362

Volume 169, 1878-1879 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 362

Cotton gin book, Ridgeway, N.C.

Folder 363

Volume 170, 1878-1882 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 363

Cash book of Hawkins, Williamson & Company.

Folder 364

Volume 171, 1879 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 364

Cotton gin book.

Folder 365

Volume 172, 1880-1881 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 365

Ledger of Colin M. Hawkins.

Folder 366

Volume 173, 1881 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 366

Accounts of B. S. Jerman, Ridgeway, N.C.

Folder 367

Volume 174, >1882-1883 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 367

Letter book of Colin M. Hawkins.

Folder 368

Volume 175, 1883-1884 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 368

Letter book of Pioneer Manufacturing Company.

Folder 369

Volume 176, 1883-1885 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 369

Letter book of C. M. Hawkins & Company and David Boyd.

Folder 370

Volume 177, 1883-1884 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 370

Daybook of C. M. Hawkins & Company.

Folder 371

Volume 178, 1883-1887 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 371

Minutes and organizational material of C. M. Hawkins & Company.

Folder 372

Volume 179, 1883-1884 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 372

Letter book of C. M. Hawkins & Company.

Folder 373

Volume S-180, 1883-1885 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 373

Ledger.

Folder 374

Volume 181, 1883-1885 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 374

Day and sales book of Pioneer Manufacturing Company.

Folder 375

Volume 182, 1884. #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 375

"Block book" of Pioneer Manufacturing Company.

Folder 376

Volume 183, 1884 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 376

Letter book of Pioneer Manufacturing Company.

Folder 377

Volume 184, 1884 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 377

Letter book of Pioneer Manufacturing Company.

Folder 378

Volume 185, 1884-1885. #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 378

Letter book of C. M. Hawkins & Company.

Folder 379

Volume 186, 1884-1886 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 379

Letter book of Pioneer Manufacturing Company.

Folder 380

Volume 187, 1884-1887 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 380

Letter book of Pioneer Manufacturing Company.

Folder 381

Volume 188, 1884-1885 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 381

Day and petty cash book of Pioneer Manufacturing Company.

Folder 382

Volume 189, 1884 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 382

Telegraph book of C. M. Hawkins & Company.

Folder 383

Volume 190, 1885-1886 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 383

Letter book of C. M. Hawkins & Company.

Folder 384

Volume 191, 1885-1887 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 384

Minutes of North Carolina Phosphate Company.

Folder 385

Volume 192, 1885-1886 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 385

Letter book of North Carolina Phosphate Company.

Folder 386

Volume 193, 1885-1887 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 386

Daybook of North Carolina Phosphate Company.

Folder 387

Volume 194, 1885-1886 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 387

Order book of North Carolina Phosphate Company.

Folder 388

Volume 195, 1885-1887 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 388

Daybook of Pioneer Manufacturing Company.

Folder 389

Volume 196, 1885-1887 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 389

Ledger of Pioneer Manufacturing Company.

Folder 390

Volume 197, 1885-1888 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 390

Letter book of Pioneer Manufacturing Company.

Folder 391

Volume 198, 1886-1890 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 391

Bills, receipts, scrapbook of Raleigh Gas Light Company.

Folder 392

Volume 199, 1886 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 392

Order book of Pioneer Manufacturing Company.

Folder 393

Volume 200, 1886-1889 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 393

Storage record book of Citizens Trust Company.

Folder 394

Volume 201, 1886-1889 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 394

Letter book of North Carolina Phosphate Company.

Folder 395

Volume 202, 1886-1889 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 395

Order book of North Carolina Phosphate Company.

Folder 396

Volume 203, 1886 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 396

Time book of North Carolina Phosphate Company.

Folder 397

Volume 204, 1886-1889 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 397

Letter book of C. M. Hawkins & Company.

Folder 398

Volume 205, 1887-1889 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 398

Rent book.

Folder 399

Volume 206, 1887 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 399

Minutes of Raleigh Manufacturing Company.

Folder 400

Volume 207, 1887-1889 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 400

Letter book of North Carolina Phosphate Company.

Folder 401

Volume 208, 1887-1889 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 401

Rent book.

Folder 402

Volume 209, 1888-1889 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 402

Shipping book of North Carolina Phosphate Company.

Folder 403

Volume 210, 1888-1891 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 403

Account book of North Carolina Phosphate Company.

Folder 404

Volume 211, 1888-1891 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 404

Castle Hayne and Rocky River farm account of North Carolina Phosphate Company.

Folder 405

Volume 212, 1888-1891 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 405

Castle Hayne farm account of North Carolina Phosphate Company.

Folder 406

Volume 213, 1889 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 406

Letter book of North Carolina Phosphate Company.

Folder 407

Volume 214, 1889-1890 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 407

Letter book of C. M. Hawkins & Company.

Folder 408

Volume 215, 1889-1891 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 408

Daybook of North Carolina Phosphate Company.

Folder 409

Volume S-216, 1889-1895 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 409

Order book of North Carolina Phosphate Company.

Folder 410

Volume 217, 1889-1891 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 410

Time book of North Carolina Phosphate Company.

Folder 411

Volume 218, 1890 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 411

Letter book of North Carolina Phosphate Company.

Folder 412

Volume 219, 1890 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 412

Land company payment book.

Folder 413

Volume 220, 1890-1891 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 413

Letter book of North Carolina Phosphate Company.

Folder 414

Volume S-221, 1890-1894 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 414

Bills, receipts, scrapbook of North Carolina Phosphate Company.

Folder 415

Volume 222, 1890 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 415

Letter book of C. M. Hawkins & Company.

Folder 416

Volume 223, 1891 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 416

Letter book of North Carolina Phosphate Company.

Folder 417

Volume 224, 1891-1892 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 417

Letter book of C. M. Hawkins & Company.

Folder 418

Volume 225, 1891-1892 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 418

Letter book of North Carolina Phosphate Company.

Folder 419

Volume 226, 1892-1893 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 419

Letter book of North Carolina Phosphate Company.

Folder 420

Volume 227, 1893-1894 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 420

Letter book of North Carolina Phosphate Company.

Folder 421

Volume 228, 1894-1895 #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 421

Letter book of North Carolina Phosphate Company.

Folder 422

Volume 229, undated #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 422

Bonds and other materials.

Folder 423

Volume 230, undated #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 423

Code of C. M. Hawkins & Company.

Folder 424

Volume 231, undated #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 424

Index.

Folder 425

Volume S-232, undated #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 425

Index.

Folder 426

Volume 233, undated #00322, Subseries: "2.2. 1866-1895." Folder 426

Genealogical notes on the Hawkins and Polk families.

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Processing Information

Processed by: Roslyn Holdzkom, Greg Smith, and Matt Powell, January 1993

Encoded by: Bari Helms, March 2005

Finding aid updated by: Amanda Loeb, February 2013

All additions as of January 1993 have been interfiled.

This collection was rehoused under the sponsorship of a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, Office of Preservation, Washington, D.C., 1990-1992.

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