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|Abstract||Archibald Aaron Tyson Smith was a lawyer who practiced in the Courts of Equity and Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Cumberland County, Robeson County, Bladen County, and Columbus County, N.C., chiefly 1830s through 1850s. The collection includes legal papers gathered by Archibald Aaron Tyson Smith during his practice in the Courts of Equity and Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Cumberland, Robeson, Bladen, and Columbus counties, N.C., chiefly 1830s through 1850s; and an inventory of assets of an unidentified store, 1890s.|
|Creator||Smith, Archibald Aaron Tyson, fl. 1830-1850.|
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Archibald Aaron Tyson Smith was a lawyer who practiced in the Courts of Equity and Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Cumberland, Robeson, Bladen, and Columbus counties, N.C., chiefly 1830s through 1850s. Smith received his undergraduate and graduate education at the University of North Carolina.Back to Top
The collection includes legal papers of Archibald Aaron Tyson Smith including bills of complaint, bills of injunction, petitions, bonds, deeds, scattered letters, briefs, and notes. There are also miscellaneous items including scrapbook pages, 1878-1880; poems, 1847-1850s; and an inventory of assets of an unidentified store, 1890s. Some persons mentioned in the papers include James Hogg, Lewis Barge, Owen B. Wightman, Mary H. Smith, Carolin Smith, Christian F. Davis, Jessie W. Powers, Edwin M. Holt, E. R. Holt, Thomas H. Massey, Needham W. Herring, Daniel Baker, Thomas Ruffin, and Jasper Stowe.Back to Top
Processed by: SHC Staff
Encoded by: Noah Huffman, December 2007
Updated by: Kate Stratton and Jodi Berkowitz, January 2009
This collection was rehoused and a summary created with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
This finding aid was created with support from NC ECHO.Back to Top