|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Young, Charles, d. approximately 1802.|
|Title:||Charles Young letters and legal documents|
|Extent:||0.5 cubic feet (1 box)|
Charles Young (d. December 1801 or January 1802) was a merchant in Philadelphia. From 1793 until his death, Young acquired land in Georgia, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Tennessee. In addition to planting, he was involved in land speculation.
This collection consists of letters and legal documents pertaining to Charles Young's properties in Georgia, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Tennessee. Many of the letters are from Josiah Watson of Alexandria, Virginia, who may have been an agent for Young's business. In addition to business matters, the letters also indicate that they were involved in money and stock speculation.
[item identification], Charles Young letters and legal documents, MS 889, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Collection is open for research.
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|1||1785-1792 March ( 23.0 items. )|
|2||1792 April-May ( 20.0 items. )|
|3||1802 June-July ( 21.0 items. )|
|4||1792 August-December ( 18.0 items. )|
|5||1793 January-November ( 25.0 items. )|
|6||1894 May-1795 January ( 19.0 items. )|
|7||1794 June-November ( 15.0 items. )|
|8||1796-1797 April ( 22.0 items. )|
|9||1797 August 10-1801 ( 29.0 items. )|
|10||1803-1811 and undated ( 15.0 items. )|