|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||J. and S.H. Rokenbaugh (Darien, Ga.)|
|Title:||J. and S.H. Rokenbaugh business letter|
|Extent:||0.05 cubic feet (1 folder)|
J. and S.H. Rokenbaugh was a timber merchant firm in Darien, Georgia. Owned by Jacob Rokenbaugh (b. ca. 1798), the firm operated its own sawmill. Jacob Rokenbaugh married Sarah A.W. Cooper on January 22, 1825; he may have died in 1871.
This collection consists of a letter from J. and S.H. Rokenbaugh of Darien, Georgia, to J.A. Burleigh in Somerset, New Hampshire, 1845. In the letter, J. and S.H. Rokenbaugh agrees to furnish lumber as requested by Burleigh, but states that the difficulty in procuring vessels makes the exact time of delivery uncertain. The lumber sent by the company was used in the construction of one of the Great Falls Manufacturing textile mills (according to a letter in the administrative file of this collection).
Purchased from Symmachus Trading Co., Boston, Massachusetts.
[item identification], J. and S.H. Rokenbaugh business letter, MS 667, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Collection is open for research.
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|Item 1: J. and S.H. Rokenbaugh to J.A. Burleigh in Somerset, N.H.. Darien, Ga., 1845 January 14 ( 1.0 p. )|
|J. and S.H. Rokenbaugh agrees to furnish lumber as requested by Burleigh. Difficulty in procuring vessels makes exact time of delivery uncertain.|