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Glenn family papers, 1792-1846.

October 12, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

Creator: Glenn family.
Collection number: 277-z
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Abstract: Glenn family of Halifax County, N.C., and Scotland. Family correspondence, chiefly 1792-1812, and estate settlement papers, 1845-1846. Correspondence includes a letter from Robert Glenn written from Paisley, Scotland, with a description of Glasgow, 1792; a letter from James Dunlap, London, England, concerning the international political situation, 1808; and letters from James A. Glenn to his wife concerning the sale of tobacco and other family business. Also included are miscellaneous papers dealing with plantation property and affairs and a list of slaves belonging to the estate of Isabella Glenn.

Repository: Southern Historical Collection

Collection Highlights: Included is a list of slaves belonging to the estate of Isabella Glenn.

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