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Drayton family papers, 1837-1869

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Sketches
Sketches Plan of building faade and roof. Structure very similar to (if not), Drayton Hall mansion. Miscellaneous calculations included.
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Slave and clothing inventories
Slave and clothing inventories Slaves at Drayton Hall and slaves working in town ("Town List"). Slaves are listed along with clothing allocation (in yards). Divided into "Men, Women & Children" categories. Plantation slaves also divided by field and "House servants".
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Slave and clothing inventory
Slave and clothing inventory Cloth and blanket list for slaves. Divided by sex and location (Drayton Hall or country; or "town")
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Stiching instructions
Stiching instructions Instructions on how to stich gloves. Incomplete correspondence on back.
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Tax receipt
Tax receipt Receipt concerning John Drayton's Corporation Tax for 1865
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Tax receipt
Tax receipt Tax receipt of Thomas Drayton, Brazoria County, Texas. Includes tax on land, slaves, horses and miscellaneous property
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Tax receipt
Tax receipt Receipt concerning John Drayton's Corporation Tax for 1865
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Tax return, slave inventory
Tax return, slave inventory Inventory of slaves at Drayton Hall. Created for tax purposes
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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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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 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 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 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 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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Thomas Lining to John Drayton
Thomas Lining to John Drayton Lining (per clerk), instructs Drayton to receipt for all medicines received
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Thomas Semmes to John Drayton
Thomas Semmes to John Drayton Semmes instructs Drayton to receipt for the medical supplies received.
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Thomas Semmes to John Drayton
Thomas Semmes to John Drayton Semmes instructs Drayton to receipt for the medical supplies received.
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Unidentified to E. Eddings
Unidentified to E. Eddings Unidentified correspondent idenitifies irregularities in the slaves' rations.
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W.J. Laval to John Drayton
W.J. Laval to John Drayton Laval instructs Drayton to send duplicate drafts requesting the disbursement of the appropriation for Soldiers' Families. The initial drafts were signed by Drayton. The duplicates are instead to be signed by the Parish Chairman. Copy.
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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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