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Drayton family papers, 1837-1869

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John Drayton to unidentified
John Drayton to unidentified Concerning the organisation of the St. Andrews Parish Board for the "relief of the soldiers families".
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Conveyance
Conveyance Conveyance of property by Thomas and John Drayton to James Drayton. Inclusive of a lot on Coming Street and twenty-two slaves
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John Drayton to R.L. Singletary
John Drayton to R.L. Singletary Copy. Drayton complains that military personnel are siphoning the rations of the enslaved laborers. Correspondence is forwarded several times.
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Thomas Frean to James Drayton
Thomas Frean to James Drayton Correspondence about Drayton's work as a surveyor and when he might be paid
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Charles Drayton III., to Mr. Carlisle
Charles Drayton III., to Mr. Carlisle Correspondence from Charles Drayton III., to Mr. Carlisle describing "an slight altercation" between Charles Drayton I., and Banastre Tarleton during the Revolutionary War
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Instructions
Instructions Directions on stiching gloves
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Receipt
Receipt Drayton acknowledges the receipt of $1,015 from brothers-in-law, Thomas and John Drayton
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John Drayton to Thomas Lining
John Drayton to Thomas Lining Drayton certifies that medicines were received in full and are in good order.
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S. Choppin to John Drayton
S. Choppin to John Drayton Drayton is instructed to "attend the laborers employed in the manufacture of Nitre"
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Lists of medical supplies
Lists of medical supplies Drayton makes special requisitions for medicines for the slaves he attends at Bee's Ferry and at Camp Hinson
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Note on slaves in Confederate service
Note on slaves in Confederate service Drayton provides details of sick slaves, their illness, location and whether they survived
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Clifford and Mattthews to John Drayton
Clifford and Mattthews to John Drayton Drayton's attorneys reveal a new lease for Drayton Hall has been agreed with a mining company from the North. They hope to remove the current lessee, F.H. Trenholm, as soon as possible. Fees are due for ejecting Moulton Emery and John Prentice (the first lesses).
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Thomas Frean to James S. Drayton
Thomas Frean to James S. Drayton Frean believes Drayton's claim for payment from Major J.A. Leland will be successful
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Thomas Frean to James S. Drayton
Thomas Frean to James S. Drayton Frean cannot communicate with Major J.A. Leland regarding what Drayton is owed; he relates his good wishes regarding Drayton's forthcoming marriage to Louisa Elford.
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Thomas Frean to James S. Drayton
Thomas Frean to James S. Drayton Frean describes his poor financial situation and is frustrated his cannot contact Major J.A. Leland
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Thomas Frean to James S. Drayton
Thomas Frean to James S. Drayton Frean informs Drayton that J.A. Leland has dispatched a letter to Drayton the previous day
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Thomas Frean to James S. Drayton
Thomas Frean to James S. Drayton Frean offers his condolences concerning the death of Charles Drayton, James' father; discusses his work as a surveyor and James' prospects for employment
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Circular to 1st Sub-division, 1st Military District
Circular to 1st Sub-division, 1st Military District Geddings requests medical officers write to his office with details on their appointments and contracts. Miscellaneous ration information on back.
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William Gilpillin to John Drayton
William Gilpillin to John Drayton Gilpillin requests that Drayton identify the cause of death for two slaves under his care. The information is required by the slaveowners.
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Plat
Plat Hand-drawn plat by James S. Drayton with measurements. Estate is unidentified
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