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Collection Number: 00578

Collection Title: Jones and Patterson Family Papers, 1777-1933

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Size 12.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 7,000 items)
Abstract Patterson family members were merchants, manufacturers, and public officials. Family members included General Edmund Jones (1771-1844) of Wilkes and Caldwell counties, N.C.; Samuel Finley Patterson (1799-1874) of Salem, N.C., banker, merchant, railroad president, state official, and son-in-law of Jones; Rufus Lenoir Patterson (1830-1879), merchant manufacturer, state official, and son of S. F. Patterson; Samuel Legerwood Patterson (1850-1918), another son of S. F. Patterson, farmer and North Carolina commissioner of agriculture; and Lindsay Patterson (b. 1858), lawyer and son of R. L. Patterson, and of his wife Lucy (Patterson) Patterson, clubwoman, writer, lecturer, and Republican National Committeewoman for North Carolina. The collection includes personal, business, and political papers, chiefly 1800-1880, of the Patterson, Jones, and related families. Volumes include account books from 1796 of merchandising, lumbering, and lands of General Edmund Jones; mercantile account books and a variety of other business records, 1830-1870, of Samuel Finley Patterson; account books, before and after the Civil War, of Rufus Lenoir Patterson, including records of a textile mill in Salem, 1855-1866, of merchandising and personal business, and of dealings with slaves, and with African American laborers and servants after the Civil War; personal account books; a diary, 1887-1894; a notebook of political speeches, 1890, of Samuel Legerwood Patterson; and other family records including a law student's diary at Yale, 1840. Correspondence, chiefly 1833-1880, concerns a wide variety of family and business matters of the Pattersons and of other prominent persons to whom they were related, and their political activity throughout the nineteenth century, including many state and local offices they held. There are a few papers of Lindsay Patterson and of his wife Lucy (Patterson) Patterson.
Creator Jones family.



Patterson family.
Language English
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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 Jones and Patterson Family Papers #578, Southern Historical Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from Mrs. Lindsay Patterson in 1940, George L. Frazier in 1943, and Mary Fries Hall in 1958.
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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Edmund Jones (1771-1844) of Wilkes County, N.C., and later Caldwell County, was a state legislator almost continuously from 1798 to 1838. Jones was a general in the state militia and married Ann Lenoir, daughter of General William Lenoir. After his marriage he built his home, Palmyra, on land Ann Lenoir Patterson received from her father as a wedding gift. The children of Edmund and Ann included: Ann Eliza, William Rufus, Phoebe Caroline, Martha Myra, Edmund Walter, John Thomas, Sarah Lenoir, and Newton.

Jones's daughter, Phoebe Caroline, married Samuel Finley Patterson in 1824. Samuel Finley Patterson (1799-1874), planter and politician, was born in Rockbridge County, Va., of Scotch-Irish parents. In 1811, he went to live with his uncle in Wilkesboro, N.C., where he became a clerk at Waugh and Finley's. When he turned 21, he started his own business, which he pursued until 1840. In 1848, Patterson, his brother-in-law Edmund Jones, and James C. Harper started the first cotton factory in Caldwell County.

Samuel F. Patterson had a lifelong interest in politics. At the age of 22, he won the position of engrossing clerk of the House of Commons; he continued in that capacity for 14 years in the state legislature. In 1835, he became chief clerk of the Senate, and, from 1835 to 1837, he served as treasurer of North Carolina. He was a Whig with a strong interest in internal improvements. Patterson also served as chair of the county court, 1844; in the House of Commons, 1864; and as a state senator 1846, 1848, and 1864. In 1866, he served as a delegate to the second session of the state's constitutional convention. Other offices Patterson held included clerk of the Superior Court, justice of the peace, Indian commissioner, trustee of the University of North Carolina, and various positions with the Masons. Patterson was active in the Episcopal church, serving as a lay delegate to the General Convention in Baltimore in 1871.

Patterson was also an enthusiastic farmer. At Palmyra, where he and his wife moved in 1844, he introduced new seeds, improved implements, and experimented with better methods of cultivation. He and his wife had several children, including Rufus Lenoir (1830-1879) and Samuel Legerwood (1850-1918).

Rufus Lenoir Patterson was the eldest son of Samuel Finley and Phoebe Caroline Patterson. He was educated at the Raleigh Academy and then the school of the Reverend T. S. W. Mott, an Episcopal minister in Caldwell County. He attended the University of North Carolina and was graduated in 1851. He studied law under John A. Gilmer, although he never practiced.

Rufus L. Patterson married Marie Louise Morehead, daughter of Governor John M. Morehead. Patterson preferred business to an agricultural life and moved to Greensboro to study banking under his wife's uncle, Jesse H. Lindsay. Soon, with financial aid from his father-in-law, Patterson went into business for himself, becoming owner and manager of a cotton, flour, and paper mill in Salem. He also became active in county politics, serving as chair of the Forsyth County Court from 1855 to 1860 and as mayor of Salem for several years.

Rufus Patterson was a Jacksonian Democrat, but became disenchanted with his party after the 1860. As a delegate to the North Carolina Constitutional Convention, he voted for and signed the state's ordinance of secession. In 1865, he served as a delegate to the Constitutional Convention, a member of the Conservative Party, and a staunch supporter of Jonathan Worth.

Patterson's first wife, Marie Louise, died in 1862. In 1864, he married Mary E. Fries, daughter of Francis Fries, a successful Salem merchant and manufacturer. After the war, Patterson entered into business with H. W. Fries. At the time of his death, he and Fries owned several cotton and paper mills and a general merchandising firm. Patterson actively supported railroad development and other internal improvements. He also served as a trustee of the University of North Carolina (1874).

Rufus Patterson had five children from his first marriage and six children from his second. Among these children were Rufus Lenoir Patterson, Jr., inventor and businessman, and J. Lindsay Patterson, attorney. Although raised Episcopalian, Patterson converted to the Moravian religion.

Samuel Legerwood Patterson (1850-1918), farmer and legislator, was born at Palmyra, another son of Samuel Finley and Phoebe Caroline Patterson. Samuel L. Patterson was educated at Faucette's school, Bingham's, and Wilson's Academy. He entered the University of North Carolina in 1867, but the school closed the following year. He then attended the University of Virginia for one year before taking a clerking job in Salem. In 1873, he married Mary S. Senseman, daughter of a Moravian minister from Indiana.

Although a Republican, Patterson was appointed county commissioner and district superintendent of the census in a Democratic county. He served in the state House of Representatives in 1891 and 1898 and in the state Senate in 1893. In the legislature, he was chair of the committee on agriculture and member of many other committees. He was a trustee of the University of North Carolina. Patterson was commissioner of agriculture from 1895 to 1897, when he was removed by the Fusion Party. He was reappointed in 1899 and then elected by popular vote through 1908. Patterson Hall at North Carolina State University is named in his honor.

Jesse Lindsay Patterson (1858-1922), attorney, was born in Greensboro, N.C., the son of Rufus Lenoir and Marie Louise Morehead Patterson. Lindsay Patterson received his education in the primary schools in Salem and, in 1872, enrolled in the prestigious Finley High School in Lenoir. Two years later, he entered Davidson College from which he graduated in 1878 with a B.A. degree.

Patterson went to Chapel Hill after graduation and read law with Judge W. H. Battle. Later, he moved to Greensboro and studied under Judges Robert P. Dick and John H. Dillard. In 1881, he was admitted to the North Carolina bar and immediately relocated to Winston, where he practiced law for 41 years.

Lindsay Patterson served for two years (1882-1884) as solicitor of the Forsyth County Criminal Court. The capping legal experience in Patterson's career came in 1901, when he was defense attorney in the impeachment trial of two Supreme Court members, Chief Justice David M. Furches and Justice Robert M. Douglass. The justices were Republicans and party lines showed in the charges against them, charges judged sufficient by a Democratic General Assembly. It was to the credit of Patterson and his associates in the trial that the justices were acquitted of all charges. Another earlier case brought Patterson local and statewide recognition. He was the successful counsel in the case of Whitfield v. Byrd (158 N.C. 451), which established title to Pilot Mountain (the knob, not the town) after a long trial and several arguments before the state Supreme Court.

In 1888, Lindsay Patterson married Lucy Bramlette Patterson (1865-1942). She was an organizational leader, literary figure, and Republican National Committeewoman. She was born in Castle Rock, Tenn., daughter of Colonel William Houston and Cornelia Humes Graham Patterson. In 1882, she was graduated from Salem Academy.

Beginning in 1904, Lucy Patterson began writing gardening columns for the Progressive Farmer. She also published articles inr the Charlotte Observer and an article on her grandfather, Major General Robert Patterson, which appeared in the Journal of American History around 1907. She also had a regular column in the Winston-Salem Journal-Sentinel. Lucy Patterson is perhaps best remembered for her annual award for literary achievement in the state, the Patterson Memorial Cup. Thirteen writers received the award from 1905 to 1933.

Lucy Patterson had wide-spread interests. After World War I, she visited the former Balkan states and worked with a relief effort for war widows and orphans. She was decorated by King Alexander of Yugoslavia for her work in Serbia. In North Carolina, she was organizing president and president for the first three years (1902-1905) of the State Federation of Women's Clubs. She was also organizing regent (1902) of the Centennial Chapter of Salem, later renamed the General Joseph Winston Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution. She was active in the Southern Woman's Interstate Association for the Betterment of Public Schools, the Jamestown Historical Commission, the Shakespeare Tercentenary Celebration, and Work for Relief in Belgium. An effective party worker on the national level, she served on the Republican National Executive Committee from 1923 until her death.

Lucy Patterson and her husband, Lindsay, never had children, but reared two nieces, Margaret and Catherine Miller.

[Biographical source: William S. Powell, ed., Dictionary of North Carolina Biography, Volume 5 (Chapel Hill, N.C.: The University of North Carolina Press, 1994): 33-37.]

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The collection includes personal, business, and political papers, chiefly 1800-1880, of the Patterson, Jones, and related families. Volumes include account books from 1796 of merchandising, lumbering, and lands of General Edmund Jones; mercantile account books and a variety of other business records, 1830-1870, of Samuel Finley Patterson; account books, before and after the Civil War, of Rufus Lenoir Patterson, including records of a textile mill in Salem, N.C., 1855-1866, of merchandising and personal business, and of dealings with slaves, and with African American laborers and servants after the Civil War; personal account books; a diary, 1887-1894; a notebook of political speeches, 1890, of Samuel Legerwood Patterson; and other family records including a law student's diary at Yale, 1840. Correspondence, chiefly 1833-1880, concerns a wide variety of family and business matters of the Pattersons and of other prominent persons to whom they were related, and their political activity throughout the nineteenth century, including many state and local offices they held. There are a few papers of Lindsay Patterson and of his wife Lucy Patterson.

Papers are separated into two main sections, Personal and Political Papers and Business and Legal Papers, both of which overlap at times in regards to political and business papers. The former include many of the private letters to family members within both the Jones and Patterson families, especially among female members. Political papers include materials relating to positions held by Edmund Jones, Samuel F. Patterson, Rufus L. Patterson, and Samuel L. Patterson. Business and legal papers include receipts and accounts from the plantation and agricultural endeavors of the family, land grants and other legal papers, and information about the business transactions of the family. The Wilkes County, N.C., papers include receipts from Edmund Jones's brother Larkin Jones's position as sheriff of Wilkes County and other county receipts. Volumes are primarily account books or arithmetic books of the Patterson children.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933.

About 3,400 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Correspondence dealing with family life; travels; love affairs; deaths; and local, state and national politics. Included are a vivid account of a southern Christmas, 1862; discussions on religion (see especially 1830); the growth of southern cities; and medical practices in 1820. There are also school compositions, primarily of Samuel L. Patterson, on a variety of historical and political topics. Many of these are undated. Descriptions of university and school life, especially at the University of North Carolina, are found in letters from 1833 to 1836, 1848 to 1850, and 1866 to 1869.

Political letters include discussions on the increase in tariff duties during the 1820s and the subsequent crisis of nullification in South Carolina in 1832 and 1833, especially in December 1832. A letter in 1836 from Thomas Jones to his brother Edmund Jones discusses nullification, Calhoun, abolitionists, the French question, and surveys for building a railroad in South Carolina. Other items discuss Samuel L. Patterson's appointment to district superintendent of the census in 1880; there are also numerous letters petitioning appointments to enumerator positions and other correspondence dealing with the census. Also included are letters relating to Patterson's position as North Carolina commissioner of agriculture, 1895-1897 and again 1899-1908.

Military events are also documented. There are, for example, a description of North Carolina state militia and camp life in the War of 1812; a vivid account of the victorious campaign of General Macomb in the Lake Champaign region in August and September 1814; discussions of the Battle of Manassas; and materials relating to other battles, problems of military supplies, and army and life on the homefront, 1862-1865.

Folder 1

1771-1815 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 1

Folder 2

1816-1821 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 2

Folder 3

1822-1823 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 3

Folder 4

1824 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 4

Folder 5

1825 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 5

Folder 6

1826-1830 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 6

Folder 7

1831-1832 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 7

Folder 8

1833 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 8

Folder 9

1834 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 9

Folder 10

1835 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 10

Folder 11

1836-1837 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 11

Folder 12

1838-1893 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 12

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Folder 14

1840 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 13-14

Folder 15

1841-1842 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 15

Folder 16

1843-1845 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 16

Folder 17

1846 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 17

Folder 18

1847 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 18

Folder 19

1848 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 19

Folder 20

1849 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 20

Digital version: Letter from Rufus L. Patterson to Samuel F. Patterson, 18 April 1849

Documenting the American South

Digital version: Letter from Rufus L. Patterson to Phoebe C. Patterson, 8 May 1849

Documenting the American South

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1850-1851 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 21

Folder 22

1852 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 22

Folder 23

1853 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 23

Folder 24

1854 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 24

Folder 25

1855 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 25

Folder 26-27

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Folder 27

1856 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 26-27

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1857 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 28-29

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Folder 31

1858 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 30-31

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1859 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 32-34

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1860 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 35

Folder 36-37

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Folder 37

1861 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 36-37

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1862 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 38-39

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1863 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 40-41

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1864 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 42-43

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1865 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 44

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1866 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 45-46

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1867 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 47-48

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1868 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 49-50

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1869 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 51-53

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1870 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 54-55

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1871 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 56-57

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1872 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 58-59

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1873 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 60-61

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1874 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 62

Folder 63

1857-1876 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 63

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1877 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 64-65

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1878 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 66-67

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1879 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 68

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1880 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 69-74

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Undated before 1881 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 75-76

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1881 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 77

Folder 78

1882-1883 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 78

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1884-1885 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 79

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1886 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 80

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1887 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 81

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1888-1889 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 82

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1890-1894 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 83

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1895 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 84

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1896-1898 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 85

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1899 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 86-88

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1900-1902 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 89

Folder 90

1903-1904 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 90

Folder 91

1905 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 91

Folder 92

1906 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 92

Folder 93

1907 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 93

Folder 94

1908 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 94

Folder 95

1909-1933 #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 95

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Folder 106

Undated #00578, Series: "1. Personal and Political Papers, 1771-1933." Folder 96-106

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2,800 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Mainly bills of sale, deeds, warrants, summons, notes, price lists, land entries, tax payment delinquent lists, wills, inventories of the various Patterson estates, bills of sale of slaves (1808, 1822-1823), and lists of debts due the estates. Many letters discuss agricultural concerns of the estates and the running of the estates when the Pattersons were in Raleigh for political reasons. From 1797 to 1860, the family was largely engaged in agriculture, land speculation, and the production of horses, mules, and lumber. From 1861 to 1890, there is information on the Patterson and Fries Co., merchants of Winston-Salem. Lindsay Patterson wrote to his uncle, Samuel L. Patterson, often about business matters in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

Folder 107

1777-1793 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 107

Folder 108

1794-1795 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 108

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1796 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 109

Folder 110

1797 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 110

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1798-1799 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 111

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1800-1806 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 112

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1807-1810 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 113

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1811-1814 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 114

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1815-1817 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 115

Folder 116

1818 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 116

Folder 117

1819 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 117

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1820-1821 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 118

Folder 119

1822 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 119

Folder 120

1823 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 120

Folder 121

1824 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 121

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1825 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 122

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1826 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 123

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1827 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 124

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1828-1829 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 125

Folder 126

1830-1831 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 126

Folder 127

1832 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 127

Folder 128

1833 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 128

Folder 129

1834 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 129

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1835 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 130-131

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Folder 133

1836 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 132-133

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1837 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 134-135

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1838 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 136

Folder 137-138

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Folder 138

1839 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 137-138

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1840 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 139-141

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1841 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 142

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1842 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 143

Folder 144

1843 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 144

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1844 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 145

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1845 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 146-147

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1846 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 148-149

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1847 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 150

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1848 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 151-152

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1849 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 153-154

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1850 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 155-156

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1851 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 157

Folder 158-159

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Folder 159

1852 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 158-159

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1853 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 160

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1854 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 161-162

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1855 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 163-164

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1856 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 165-168

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1857 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 169-173

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Folder 174

Folder 175

Folder 176

Folder 177

Folder 178

Folder 179

1858 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 174-179

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Folder 180

Folder 181

Folder 182

Folder 183

1859 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 180-183

Folder 184

1860 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 184

Folder 185

1861-1862 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 185

Folder 186

1863-1865 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 186

Folder 187

1866-1868 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 187

Folder 188

1869-1871 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 188

Folder 189

1872-1873 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 189

Folder 190

1874-1877 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 190

Folder 191

1878-1879 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 191

Folder 192

1880-1881 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 192

Folder 193

1882-1885 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 193

Folder 194

1886-1888 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 194

Folder 195

1889-1894 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 195

Folder 196

1895-1903 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 196

Folder 197

1904-1907 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 197

Folder 198

1908-1931 #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 198

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Folder 199

Folder 200

Folder 201

Folder 202

Folder 203

Undated #00578, Series: "2. Business and Legal Papers, 1777-1933." Folder 199-203

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400 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Tax lists and receipts from government activities in Wilkes County and receipts from Sheriff Larkin Jones, brother of Edmund Jones. Other Wilkes County receipts with the signature of Samuel Patterson are filed in Series 2.

Folder 204

Tax Lists, Wilkes County, N.C., 1791-1801 #00578, Series: "3. Wilkes County Papers, 1791-1834." Folder 204

Folder 205

Receipts for Larkin Jones, sheriff Wilkes County, 1791-1803 #00578, Series: "3. Wilkes County Papers, 1791-1834." Folder 205

Folder 206-207

Folder 206

Folder 207

Wilkes County Papers, 1833 #00578, Series: "3. Wilkes County Papers, 1791-1834." Folder 206-207

Folder 208

Wilkes County Papers, 1834 #00578, Series: "3. Wilkes County Papers, 1791-1834." Folder 208

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93 items.

Account and tax listing books of Edmund Jones showing names of taxable persons in Wilkes County, number of acres owned, number of poles, tax on studs, and amounts due in pounds and shillings with districts listed by names of captain. There are also mercantile blotters; records from Edmund Jones's saw mill; account books of Samuel F. Patterson; ledgers from Shelly and Patterson cotton mill and R. L. Patterson and Co.; and arithmetic and other school exercise books of Edmund Jones's sons, Rufus and William, and his daughter, Phoebe Caroline. Also included is a diary of John T. Jones, brother of Edmund W. Jones, while he was a student at Yale, where he died before finishing his law degree.

Folder 209

Volume 1, 1796-1709, 42 pp. Property tax book of Edmund Jones. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 209

Folder 210

Volume 2, 1801-1805, 49 pp. Account book of Edmund Jones. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 210

Folder 211

Volume 3, 1809-1833, 120 pp. Account book of Edmund Jones. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 211

Folder 212

Volume 4, 1813-1817, 45 pp. Account book of Edmund Jones. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 212

Folder 213

Volume 5, 1817-1820, 14 pp. Notes and receipts book of Edmund Jones. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 213

Folder 214

Volume 6, 1816-1834, 22 pp. Post office account book from Fort Defiance. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 214

Folder 215

Volume 7, 1817-1824, 47 pp. Invoice book of goods bought of Edmund Jones. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 215

Folder 216

Volume 8, 1817-1828, 50 pp. Account book of "small accounts" of Edmund Jones. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 216

Folder 217

Volume 9, 1821-1822, 48 pp. Mercantile blotter or account book. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 217

Folder 218

Volume 10, 1821-1823, 527 pp. Day book for general merchandise accounts of Samuel F. Patterson. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 218

Folder 219

Volume 11, 1822-1824, 98 pp. Mercantile blotter. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 219

Folder 220

Volume 12, 1823-1825, 76 pp. Mercantile blotter. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 220

Folder 221

Volume 13, 1823-1833, 16 pp. Saw mill account book of Edmund Jones. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 221

Folder 222

Volume 14, 1824-1835, 100 pp. Accounts of Edmund Jones, executor of the estate of John Foster. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 222

Folder 223

Volume 15, 1825-1828, 100 pp. Day book of general merchandise of Edmund Jones. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 223

Folder 224

Volume 16, 1827-1828, 120 pp. Field book of surveys of Edmund Jones. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 224

Folder 225

Volume 17, 1828-1830, 45 pp. Day book of general merchandise. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 225

Folder 226

Volume 18, 1828-1833, 90 pp. Day book of general merchandise. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 226

Folder 227

Volume 19, 1829-1830, 15 pp. Memorandum book of Edmund Jones. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 227

Folder 228

Volume 20, 1930-1832, 10 pp. Account book. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 228

Folder 229

Volume 21, 1830-1841, 50 pp. Record of notes to be collected of S. F. Patterson. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 229

Folder 230

Volume 22, 1832, 14 pp. Accounts for trip to Charleston and other accounts. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 230

Folder 231

Volume 23, 1832-1833, Day book of general merchandise. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 231

Folder 232

Volume 24, 1832-1841, 20 pp. List of notes due Edmund Jones and John Jones from people in Burke County. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 232

Folder 233

Volume 25, 1833-1834, Day book of general merchandise. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 233

Folder 234

Volume 26, 1833-1838, 82 pp. Account book of general merchandise. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 234

Folder 235

Volume 27, 1833-1835, 150 pp. Day book of general merchandise of Samuel F. Patterson. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 235

Folder 236

Volume 28, 1834, 53 pp. Day book of general merchandise of Fort Defiance, N.C. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 236

Folder 237

Volume 29, 1834, 18 pp. Inventory of notes belonging to Patterson and Tate. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 237

Folder 238

Volume 30, 1835-1847, 25 pp. Cash received in discount by John Reynolds for S. F. Patterson. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 238

Folder 239

Volume 31, 1835-1847, Notes due and paid to Samuel F. Patterson. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 239

Folder 240

Volume 32, 1837, 50 pp. Edmund Jones's diary of a trip to Tennessee. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 240

Folder 241

Volume 33, 1838, 12 pp. Lands forfeited in several districts and resold. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 241

Folder 242

Volume 34, 1839-1841, Accounts, expenses on a trip to New Haven, a few diary enries, and memoranda of S. F. Patterson. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 242

Folder 243

Volume 35, 1844-1853, 150 pp. Estate of Edmund Jones, accounts with S. F. Patterson and E. W. Jones, administrators. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 243

Folder 244

Volume 36, 1846-1854, 22 pp. Memorandum for Raleigh of S. F. Patterson. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 244

Folder 245

Volume 37, 1854-1865, 130 pp. Account book of S. F. Patterson and Phoebe Caroline Jones Patterson. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 245

Folder 246

Volume 38, 1855-1858, 278 pp. Cotton mill records from Shelly and Patterson Salem Factory, Salem, N.C. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 246

Folder 247

Volume S-39, 1855-1866, 500 pp. Ledger from Shelly and Patterson. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 247

Folder 248

Volume 40, 1857-1858, 75 pp. Memorandum book with cash accounts and notes due of R. L. Patterson. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 248

Folder 249

Volume 41, 1859, 19 pp. Accounts with amounts due for meal, bran, and flour. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 249

Folder 250

Volume 42, 1858-1859, 12 pp. Book of allowances to slaves and servants. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 250

Folder 251

Volume 43, 1860-1866, 17 pp. Book of allowances to slaves and servants. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 251

Folder 252

Volume 44, 1860-1867, 53 pp. Day book of saw mill accounts of S. F. Patterson. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 252

Folder 253

Volume 45, 1862-1866, 288 pp. Day book of private finances of R. L. Patterson. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 253

Folder 254

Volume S-46, 1864-1868, 500 pp. Accounts of R. L. Patterson and Co. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 254

Folder 255

Volume 47, 1866-1867, 193 pp. Blotter from R. L. Patterson an Co. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 255

Folder 256

Volume 48, 1866-1870, 21 pp. Accounts with laborers and servans for supplies and merchandise for S. F. Patterson. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 256

Folder 257

Volume 49, 1866-1867, 150 pp. Ledger for R. L. Patterson and Co. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 257

Folder 258

Volume 50, 1868 and 1877-1878. Notes on Natural History at University of Virginia and wheat record of S. L. Patterson. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 258

Folder 259

Volume 51, 1870-1873, 115 pp. Accounts with laborers for supplies and merchandise. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 259

Folder 260

Volume 52, 1874-1877, 102 pp. S. L. Patterson's accounts as executor of the estate of S. F. Patterson. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 260

Folder 261

Volume 53, 1875-1877, 116 pp. Accounts with farm laborers. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 261

Folder 262

Volume 54, 1875-1883, 260 pp. Ledger for general merchandise accounts for Horton Bros. and Bower. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 262

Folder 263

Volume 55, 1878-1880, Day book of accounts of S. L. Patterson. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 263

Folder 264

Volume 56, 1878-1885, 101 pp. Ledger of Pattersons. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 264

Folder 265

Volume 57, 1880, 277 pp. Birthday Book of American Books of M. F. Patterson. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 265

Folder 266

Volume 58, 1883-1887, 117 pp. Day book with accounts for labor and supplies. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 266

Folder 267

Volume 59, 1887-1889, 80 pp. Memorandum book with cash accounts of S. L. Patterson. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 267

Folder 268

Volume 60, 1888-1890, 258 pp. Day book with accounts of S. L. Patterson. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 268

Folder 269

Volume 61, 1890, 50 pp. Notes on campaign issues of 1890 for use in speeches of S. L. Patterson. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 269

Folder 270

Volume 62, 1887, 400 pp. Pocket diary of S. L. Patterson with references to court proceedings, farming, and social and domestic life. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 270

Folder 271

Volume 63m 1888, 400 pp. Pocket diary of S. L. Patterson with references to court proceedings, farming, and social and domestic life. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 271

Folder 272

Volume 64, 1890, 400 pp. Pocket diary of S. L. Patterson with references to court proceedings, farming, and social and domestic life. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 272

Folder 273

Volume 65, 1892, 400 pp. Pocket diary of S. L. Patterson with references to court proceedings, farming, and social and domestic life. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 273

Folder 274

Volume 66, 1893, 400 pp. Pocket diary of S. L. Patterson with references to court proceedings, farming, and social and domestic life. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 274

Folder 275

Volume 67, 1894, 400 pp. Pocket diary of S. L. Patterson with references to court proceedings, farming, and social and domestic life. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 275

Folder 276

Volume 68, 1835, 12 pp. Notes on mineralogy of either Edmund W. or John L. Jones. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 276

Folder 277

Volume 69, 1817-1818, 15 pp. Small ledger with notes on slaves. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 277

Folder 278

Volume 70, 1817, 46 pp. Accounts for general merchandise and postage of Edmund Jones. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 278

Folder 279

Volume 71, 1820-1821, 45 pp. Accounts for general merchandise. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 279

Folder 280

Volume 72, 1826-1830, 17 pp. Saw mill record of Edmund Jones. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 280

Folder 281

Volume 73, 1838?, 10 pp. Lands forfeited showing name of Indian owner, district and reservation, tracts, acres, quantity, state price, sale price, and purchaser. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 281

Folder 282

Volume 74, 1838?, 9 pp. Lands forfeited. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 282

Folder 283

Volume 75, 1839, 13 pp. Mathematics practice book of Rufus L. Patterson. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 283

Folder 284

Volume 76, 1840, 16 pp. Inventory of notes and other debts due to Samuel L. Patterson showing the names of his debtors, amounts, interest, and due date. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 284

Folder 285

Volume 77, 1843, 50 pp. Rufus L. Patterson's translation of Caesar and other Latin exercises at Mr. Lovejoy's school, Raleigh, N.C. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 285

Folder 286

Volume 78, 1843, 25 pp. Penmanship book of Rufus L. Patterson with proceedings of the "Raleigh Grays," of which Patterson was a member. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 286

Folder 287

Volume 79, 1882, 411 pp. Copy of "Peter's Case Notes" on Latin case relations and grammar of Louis M. Patterson while at the University of Virginia. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 287

Folder 288

Volume 80, undated, 23 pp. Student's questions and answers on the Bible. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 288

Folder 289

Volume 81, 1852, 25 pp. Travel accounts from Wilkesboro to New York by S. F. Patterson. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 289

Folder 290

Volume 82, 1840, 100 pp. Diary of John T. Jones kept while a law student at Yale with information about student life, law studies, and court sessions in New Haven. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 290

Folder 291

Volume 83, 1792?, 100 pp. Ciphering book of Edmund Jones. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 291

Folder 292

Volume 84, Undated, 100 pp. Arithmetic book of Edmund and John Jones. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 292

Folder 293

Volume 85, 1827, 39 pp. Arithmetic book of John Jones. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 293

Folder 294

Volume 86, Undated, 22 pp. Arithmetic book of Phoebe Caroline Jones. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 294

Folder 295

Volume 87, 1820, 57 pp. Arithmetic book of William Rufus Jones. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 295

Folder 296

Volume 88, 1821, 100 pp. Arithmetic book of William Rufus Jones. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 296

Folder 297

Volume 89, 1820, 88 pp. Arithmetic book of William Rufus Jones. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 297

Folder 298

Volume 90, 1820, 75 pp. Arithmetic book of William Rufus Jones. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 298

Folder 299

Volume 91, 1820, 50 pp. Arithmetic book of William Rufus Jones. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 299

Folder 300

Volume 92, Undated, 21 pp. Arithmetic book. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 300

Folder 301

Volume 93, undated, 120 pp. Compiled arithmetic book. #00578, Series: "4. Volumes, 1796-1893." Folder 301

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Items separated include oversize volumes (V-578/S-39 and V-578/S-46), pictures (P-578/1-3), and oversize papers (OP-578/26).

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Processing Information

Processed by: Carolyn Hamby, Abigail Peoples, and Suzanne Ruffing, March 1996

Encoded by: Mara Dabrishus, September 2004

This collection was processed with support from the Randleigh Trust Foundation.

Funding from the State Library of North Carolina supported the encoding of this finding aid.

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