James Longstreet Sibley Jennings, Jr. collection of Georgia letters and accounts
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James Longstreet Sibley Jennings, Jr. collection of Georgia letters and accounts

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Georgia Historical Society
Creator: Jennings, James Longstreet Sibley, 1941-
Title: James Longstreet Sibley Jennings, Jr. collection of Georgia letters and accounts
Dates: 1758-1846
Extent: 0.05 cubic feet (1 folder)
Identification: MS 1942

Biographical/Historical Note

James Longstreet Sibley Jennings, Jr. is an architect who resides in Alexandria, Virginia and whose family has a long history in Milledgeville, Georgia.


Scope and Content Note

This collection contains letters and accounts from various Georgians throughout Georgia from 1758 to 1846. Included are the following: Noble Jones bill of exchange to James Fitter, 3 July 1758; T. E. Powell, 1760; account of Benjamin Stirk, 8 October 1771; Thomas Savage to James Read, 1 July 1774; Thomas Washington to John Houston, 2 September 1784; William LeConte to Joseph Clay, 14 April 1785; Jonathan Cuthbert to George Threadcraft, 8 July 1786; Will Stephens to George Jones, 12 August 1786; John Baker to John McIntosh, Jr., 6 February 1788; James Hamilton to Charles Harris, 25 January 1806; A. Cuthbert to David B. Mitchell, June 1809; Articles of agreement between George F. Palmer, John Davidson, and Oliver Palmer, 24 November 1815; Bolling Hall to David B. Mitchell 6 December 1815; Edward Harden to J. L. Spencer, 22 February 1843; and William T. Gould to S. Greenleaf, 30 June 1846.


Index Terms

Accounts.
Houston, John, approximately 1747-1796.
Jennings, James Longstreet Sibley, 1941-
Jones, Noble Wimberly, 1723-1805.
Letters (correspondence)
Mitchell, David Brydie, 1766-1837.

Administrative Information

Processing Information

This collection is processed at the Basic Level (or collection level). There is no detailed inventory for this collection as it is not fully processed. To request that this collection be added to our priority list of collections to be fully processed as staffing and funding allow, please contact the Library and Archives staff.


Restrictions

Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research.


Sponsorship

Encoding funded by a 2008 Archives-Basic Projects grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.