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Stark Armistead papers, 1716-1832.

October 12, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

Creator: Armistead, Stark.
Collection number: 1210-z
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Abstract: A letter about routine family matters, 1796; a brief business letter, 1832; and forty-six deeds, plats, and pertinent legal papers relating to property and slaves in Bertie, Washington, and Chowan counties, N.C., purchased by Stark Armistead and other members of his family at Windsor and Plymouth, N.C.

Repository: Southern Historical Collection

Collection Highlights: Two letters and forty-six deeds, plats, and legal papers of the Armistead family of Windsor and Plymouth, North Carolina. The bulk of the collection relates to Armistead’s purchases of property and slaves in Bertie, Washington, and Chowan Counties, North Caroling.

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