|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Dibble and Carey (Savannah, Ga.)|
|Title:||Dibble and Carey (Savannah, Ga.) ledger and daybook|
|Extent:||0.3 cubic feet (2 volumes)|
Dibble and Carey was a Savannah, Georgia firm of merchants, tailors, and drapers. The partners Samuel P. Dibble (1829-1858), merchant, and Michael Carey, tailor, were in partnership from 1851 until circa 1854. Prior to their partnership, Samuel Dibble ran a business solo. Samuel and Margaret H. Dibble's two daughters, Julia Ann and Ellen May Elizabeth Dibble both died at the age of two, in 1852 and 1853 respectively. In January 1855, Michael Carey opened a solo business as a tailor.
This collection consists of a ledger, 1853-1854, recording deeds, mortgages, stamps, and certificates and a day book, 1853-1854) containing a tailor's accounts. An index was added to the end of the ledger. The second half of the day book contains records of Chatham County Superior Court papers which had been borrowed and returned. The two volumes were identified by the initials D and C stamped on the binding of the ledger and by matching the handwriting in both volumes.
[item identification], Dibble and Carey (Savannah, Ga.) ledger and daybook, MS 215, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Gift of the Chatham County Superior Court and Commissioners, 1951.
Collection is open for research.
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|Volume 1: Ledger, 1853 September-1854 July|
|In the back, numbered p. 1-53 is a cash account for recording deeds, searching records, canceling mortgages, certificates, stamps, etc., with index, December 1868-1869. It was apparently kept by someone working the courthouse.|
|Volume 2: Day book, 1853 September-1854 December|
|This is a tailor's account. The back part of the book contains records of Chatham County Superior Court papers which had been borrowed and returned. September 1866-July 1868.|