|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Heineman, Frederick W., 1794-1848.|
|Title:||Frederick W. Heineman ledgers|
|Extent:||1.0 cubic feet (2 volumes)|
Frederick William Heineman (1794-1848) was a native of Savannah. He was the son of a local Judge, John Heineman, and Mary Ring. Frederick became an auctioneer and a landlord and owned a store in Savannah where he auctioned his materials. He died in Savannah at the age of 54 and was buried on November 16, 1848.
This collection contains two ledgers that belonged to Frederick W. Heineman (1794-1848) of Savannah. The first volume, entitled a Private Sales Book, dates from June 1840-February 1842. The second volume, dated June 1831-May 1845, contains a journal of Savannah accounts. It includes public and private sales, sundry accounts, sales of commercial products, commissions, bills receivable, etc.
Some pages have been removed from the volumes.
[item identification],Frederick W. Heineman ledgers, MS 2227, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Purchased from Jackie Levine, 1986.
Collection is open for research.
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|Volume 1, 1840-1842|
|Volume 2, 1831-1845|