|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Title:||D. G. Duncan and William Duncan letters to Godfrey Barnsley|
|Extent:||0.05 cubic feet (1 folder)|
The authors of the letters, D. G. Duncan and William Duncan, both wrote the letters from Savannah, Georgia. Godfrey Barnsley, cotton factor and merchant, married Julia Henrietta Scarborough of Savannah and lived and worked in Savannah and New Orleans. Barnsley settled on a North Georgia plantation known as Woodlands and later as Barnsley Gardens (Adairsville, GA).
This collection contains two letters to Godfrey Barnsley from D. G. Duncan and William Duncan. Letter topics include Woodlands, the cotton crop, and an impending trip to Liverpool, England. The collection also includes transcripts of the letters created by the donor of the collection.
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