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|Abstract||Miscellaneous items, most, if not all, from North Carolina, including a slave list; a letter, 1859, from Julia Frances Lilly, a student at Greensboro College, Greensboro, N.C.; a Civil War letter, possibly from Turner, in Pennsylvania; correspondence about a horse trade, 1875; and Turner's tribute, 1906, to Jake Turner (1832-1906), his lifelong friend who was once his slave.|
|Creator||Turner, Preston H.|
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Pieces of a deed, 15 April 1820, between John Robinson to William Peacock for land in Montgomery County, N.C.
A true copy of the original title to the above-mentioned tract, 1820, granted to John W. McCoy in 1746 then in Bladen County, N.C.
A slave list, 1800-1855, with names and birthdays of the slaves.
Letter, 20 December 1859, from Julia Frances Lilly at Greensboro College to Minerva Ewing at Pekin, N.C.
Letter, 28 June 1863, from a Confederate soldier (Preston H. Turner?), quartered in U.S. Barracks, Carlisle, Pa., to his parents telling of an expedition into Maryland and Pennsylvania.
Transcript of a judgement, 1 July 1872, in Justice's Court in the case of James Kyle v. J. W. Ewing, administrator of Joseph Ewing's estate.
Letter, 25 November 1875, from J. B. Strother of Bostick Mills, Richmond County, N.C., to Col. William C. Edmundson about a horse trade involving a sick horse and an unpaid note.
Letter, 9 December 1875, from William Edmundson of Meadow View, Va., to Preston H. Turner about the same horse trader.
A tribute, 1906, by Preston H. Turner to his former slave and lifelong friend, Jake Turner (1832-1906).Back to Top
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