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Thomas Greene Collection (MC-59)

Biographical Information

Thomas Greene, Jr. (November 17, 1800-April 17, 1864) and his family lived inTalbot County,Georgia from about 1822 to 1872.  He was married to Isabella (Finley) Greene (April 23, 1806-September 10, 1876).  Their children included James (born c. 1830), Franklin (born c. 1832), Frances (born c. 1833), William (born c. 1835), David (born c. 1836-May 31, 1862), Margaret (born c. 1840), Virginia C. (born c. 1843), Henry Clay (born c. 1845), Sarah (born. c. 1846), Finley (born c. 1847) and Mattie.  Their home was called Belleview, also spelled Bellvue.  Isabelle had a sister Gracy (Finley) Rounswell, who lived in Chattooga County, Georgia.  Thomas Greene was the guardian of Bryant Fanning's orphan children; Elizabeth, James G., John T, and Mary Ann, and also an executor of the will of his father, Thomas Greene, Sr.  Many of the documents spell the family name as Green.

Three of Thomas Greene, Jr.'s sons served in the Civil War.  David Greene was in the 27th Georgia Infantry Regiment and was killed at the Battle of Seven Pines in Virginia.  Henry Clay Greene served in the 46th Georgia Infantry Regiment.  William also served and was treated for wounds in Lauderdale Springs, Mississippi.

 

Scope and Contents

The Thomas Greene Collection consists of two boxes of papers of the family including personal, business correspondence and financial records.  Materials relating to Thomas Greene mainly document his personal finances including statements, promissory notes, receipts, business correspondence and records relating to his guardianship of Bryant Fanning's orphans.

Within the personal correspondence are Civil War letters written by David and Henry Clay Greene to their mother and sisters.  David's letters are mainly from Virginia during the Peninsula Campaign, discussing camp life, news of family and friends, and war news of the Siege of Yorktown, Battle of Williamsburg and activity around Manassas, Virginia.  Henry's letters describe activities around Charleston and Fort Sumter, South Carolina from January to April 1863 and around Dalton,Georgia in January 1864.

Also of interest are the letters of Isabelle Greene from her sister Gracy Rounswall in Chattooga County,Georgia discussing family news and the war, including the Battle of Lookout Mountain, Tennessee.

Researchers of genealogical information will also find information on the Finley and Matthews families therein. Frances Greene married a Matthews before 1854.

Box 2 contains documents and letters concerning pre-Civil War slave transactions and post Civil War transactions with former slaves.  Of particular interest is the original Oath of Allegiance signed by Isabella Greene in 1865 and the document listing the names and ages of slaves of the family.


Provenance

This collection originally belonged to the C. W. Matthews Estate of Woodland, Georgia.  John H. Woodall donated it to the Bradley Memorial Library of Columbus.  Mrs. Elizabeth H. Woodall, his wife, transferred the collection to the Columbus State University Archives in 1989.  At some point the materials were loaned to the Georgia Department of Archives and History for microfilming.  The detailed listing of the material reproduced below was created by them in preparing the collection for microfilming.

1822-1876                                                            2 boxes (.66 l.f.)


Permission to Publish

Permission to publish material from the Thomas Greene collection must be obtained from the Columbus State University Archives.  Use of the following credit line for publication or exhibition is required.

Thomas Greene Collection (MC 59)
Columbus State University Archives
Columbus, Georgia 31907


Box and Contents


Box 1


Folder 1 – A detailed inventory of the collection from The Georgia Department of Archives. 41 pages.

Folder 2 – Thomas Greene (Green)

1. Receipt, William Robertson. November, 1822.  Part is missing. (1 page)

2. Note for Thomas Greene to pay his father seven dollars for B. Fanning to oblige Thomas Greene's debt to B. Fanning. 27 April, 1826, B. Fanning. (1 page)

3. Part of an account book, 1829-1831, listing people in account with Thomas Greene, Jr. (9 pages)

4. Statement of Mrs. Gilbert in account with Thomas Greene, Jr., April 7, 1830, for $6.50. (1 page)

5. Statement of Jessie Carter in account with Thomas Greene, Jr., for $22.63, for 1832. Part is missing. (1 page)

6. Statement of M. Fort and B. F. Keene in account with Thomas Greene, Jr., for $118.81, for 1833, paid in full, signed Thomas Greene, Jr. (1 page)

7. Statement of J. D. Mims in account with Jno Banks for $9.12, received payment 20, 1833, signed D. B. Stam (?), paid by Thomas Greene. (1 page)

8. Note promising to pay Charles Gresham or bearer $65, dated 1 March 1833, signed Thomas Greene, Sr., settled 26 October 1833. (1 page)

9. Note promising to pay Rowland Formby or bearer $140 for value received, dated 11 November 1833, signed Thomas Greene, Sr., settled 26, February 1834. (1 page)

10. Receipt of Thomas Greene, Jr. for $41.25, signed E. C. Ratchford, ? 26, 1833. Part is missing. (1 page)

11. Letter dated April 3, 1834 to Mr. Greene from B. F. Keene asking him to send him planks, signed B. F. Keene. (2 pages)

12. Note promising to pay Joseph Wilson or bearer ten dollars, 19 August 1834, signed Thomas Greene, Sr., note paid. (1 page)

13. Note promising to pay James Wilson or bearer nineteen dollars, 23 December 1834, signed Thomas Greene, Sr., paid. ( 1 page)

14. Note promising to pay to Thomas Greene, Jr. fifteen dollars for one secretary sold in Wilkes County, signed Thomas Greene, Sr., received part payment 11 February 1835.

15. Receipt of John Howard and John McDaniel for $2.27 1/2 in full, signed Thomas Greene, Jr., December 21, 1835. (1 page)

16. Note promising to pay Charles Grissom or bearer one hundred dollars, 6 May 1836, signed Thomas Greene, received of F. H. Greene, Administrator, $122.66, Marrch 6, 1839, signed C.. H. Gresham. (2 page)

17. Memorandum of Thomas Green from the bank, May 7, 1836. (2 pages)

18. Letter dated May 7, 1836 from Thomas Greene. Part of the letter is missing. (1 page)

19. Note promising to pay Thomas Greene or bearer $9.87, 5 July 1836, signed Samuel C. Johnston. (1 page)

20. Receipts of notes and accounts from Felix H. Greene, one on Thomas Greene for seventy-five dollars payable December 25, 1836. (1 page)

21. Letter dated ? 28, 1836, signed Awlsey Beavers. Part of the letter is missing. (1 page)

22. List of people with amount due for 1836. Part is missing. (2 pages)

23. Answers to interrogatories in a court case concerning Thomas Greene, 1837. (2 pages)

24. Statement of Ann Greene in account with Jones and Philips, Talbotton, Georgia, 1837. Part is missing. (1 page)

25. Statement of the Administrators of Thomas Greene [Sr.] in account with Peter F. Mahone, March 1, 1837 for $16.95, signed P. F. Mahone. (1 page)

26. Statement of the Estate of Thomas Green in account with Dardin and Bailey, 1837, for $44.13, signed Dardin and Bailey. (2 pages)

27. Statement of Estate of Thomas Green on account with Read and Talbot, Columbus, Georgia, 29, April 1837, for $21.25, for coffee and sugar received. (2 pages)

28. Statement of Thomas Green, Jr., for the Estate of Thomas Green, Sr. from William Malone, Columbus, Georgia, April 29, 1837, for $18.60, payment received, signed Jno Bedell. (1 page)

29. Temporary Letters of administration; Talbot County,Georgia, to Thomas Green, Sr. 30 May. 1837. (2 pages)

30. Statement of Mr. Green in account with "Oglethorpe House," Columbus, Georgia, July 4, 1837 for food and lodging. (1 page)

31. Copy of an agreement between Thomas Greene, Sr. and James D. Mims to build a house. Agreement made May 24, 1836, copied July 23, 1837. (2 pages)

32. Statement of William Green for the Estate of Thomas Greene in account with Elias Beall and Company for $40.08, paid 17 November 1837, signed E. Beall and Company. (1 page)

33. List of item bought at sale by Willis Greene, December, 1837. (1 page)

34. Statement of the Estate of Thomas Greene, Sr. in account with P. F. Mahone, received payment from Thomas Greene [Jr.], Administrator, December, 1837, signed Peter F. Mahone. (4 pages)

35. Receipt of Thomas Green as Administrator of the Estate of Thomas Goss for $14.37 for Temporary Letters and Permanent Letters and Record of Appraisement, December 5, 1837, signed W. J. Goss, C. C. 0. (2 pages)

36. Receipt of Thomas Green as Administrator of the Estate of Thomas Green for $114.37 for Temporary Letters and Permanent Letters and Record of Appraisement, December 5, 1837, signed W.J. Goss, C.C. 0. (2 pages)

37. Receipt of F. H. Greene, an Administrator of the Estate of Thomas Greene, Sr. for $65.50 for present years wages, December 14, 1837, signed George Boswell. (1 page)

38. Receipt of Thomas Greene, an Administrator of the Estate of Thomas Green, Sr. for $50.433/4 for hauling cotton to Macon, December 22, 1837, signed Phoeinin (?) Owens. (1 page)

39. Receipt of Administrator of Thomas Greene, Sr. for $135 for wages for 1837, 25 December, 1837, signed George Boswell. (1 page)

40. Statement of Thomas Green, Sr. in account with James D. Mims for 1836, received payment 27 December 1837, signed James D. Mims. (2 pages)

41. Receipt of F. H. Greene, Administrator of the Estate of Thomas Greene, Sr. for hauling cotton, December 28, 1837, signed Benjamin News. (1 page)

42. Statement of the Estate of Thomas Greene in account with Thomas Greene for 1838. (2 pages)

43. Receipt of Felix Green for $1.12 1/2 for an order to sell land of the Estate of Thomas Green, 1 January 1838, signed W. J. Goss, C. C. 0. (2 pages)

44. Statement of Thomas Green in account with John Turner for ten dollars, received payment of F. H. Green as Administrator, January 13, 1838, signed John Turner. (1 page)

45. Power of Attorney from S. Greene of the Republic of Texas to Thomas Greene of Talbot County, Georgia, signed Alexander S. Greene, 18 January 1838. (1 page)

46. Statement of the Estate of Thomas Green in account with Miranda Fort for fifty-five dollars, received payment of Thomas Green, Administrator, January 24, 1838, signed Miranda Fort, Talbotton. Statement of the Estate of Thomas Green in account with Fort andJackson, Talbotton, for 50.08 1/2, received payment of Thomas Green, Administrator, January 24, 1838, signed Fort and Jackson. (1 page)

47. Statement of Thomas Green, Sr. in account with Fort and Jackson, Talbotton for $8.83, received payment from Thomas Greene, Administrator, January 24, 1838, signed Fort and Jackson. (2 pages)

48. Statement of the Estate of Thomas Greene, Sr. in account with S. D. Heard for $32.96, received payment of Thomas Greene, Administrator, January 27, 1838, signed S.D. Heard (1 page)

49. Statement of the Estate of Thomas Greene, Sr. in account with S. D. heard for $32.96, received payment of Thomas Greene, Administrator, January 27, 1838, signed S. D. Heard. (1 page)

50. Statement of Thomas Greene, Sr. in account with S.D. Heard for $32.96, received payment of Thomas Green, Administrator, January 27, 1838, signed S.D. Heard. (3 pages)

51. Statement of Thomas Greene, Sr. in account with Fitzpatrick and Mahone for $6.00, received payment from Thomas, Willis and Felix Green, Administrators of the Estate, March 5, 1838, signed Fitzpatrick and Mahone. (2 pages)

52. Statement of Mrs. Ann Green in account with Jones and Phillips, for $57.56, received payment 5 March 1838, signed Jones and Phillips. Part is missing. (2 pages)

53. Statement of Thomas Green, Sr. in account with Maddan and Irby for school books for $2.37. Received payment of Thomas Green, Administrator, March 6, 1838, signed James I. Irby. (2 pages)

54. Statement of the Estate of Thomas Greene in account with A. L. Acee for $46.50 for medical attention for 1837, received payment of Thomas Greene, Administrator, March 20, 1838, signed A. L. Acee. (2 pages)

55. Statement of Thomas Green in account with H. M. Osgood for 1836 for $24.06 1/4, received payment of Thomas Greene, Administrator, March 20, 1838, signed H. M. Osgood, by A. K. Leonary. (2 pages)

56. Receipt of Thomas Green, Jr., Administrator for $50.00 for services rendered in the case of settling the will, March 22, 1838, signed B. Hill, Attorney at Law. (2 pages)

57. Statement of Willis, Thomas and Felix H. Green in account with Columbus Enquirer for $17.25, received payment March 31, 1838, signed James Calhoun for Marks Flournoy and Co. (1 page)

58. Statement of Felix and Thomas Green in account with Joseph B. Wynn, received payment 6 April 1838, signed Joseph B. Wynn. (2 pages)

59. Statement of Thomas Green, Sr., in account with Joseph B. Wynn for $26.72, received payment from the Administrators, 6 April 1838, signed Joseph B. Wynn. (2 pages)

60. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Harrison and Flournoy, July 16, 1837, received payment April 14, 1838, signed Harrison and Flournoy. {2 pages)

61. Statement of the Estate of Thomas Green, Sr. in account Jones and Phillips, 1837, for $27.25, received payment of Thomas Green, Administrator, 18 April 1838, signed Jones and Phillips. (2 pages)

62. Statement of the Estate of Thomas Green in account with Read and Talbot, Columbus for $103.23, received payment 20 April 1838, signed S. M. Read for Read and Talbot. (1 page)

Statement of Mrs. Green in account with Read and Talbot, Columbus for $41.56, received payment April 20, signed S. M. Read and Talbot. (1 page)

63. Statement of Thomas Green, Jr., Administrator of the Estate of Thomas Green, Sr. in account with Ragan Colquitt and Grant, Columbus, 29 April 1837 for $6.50, received payment, signed Joseph A. Herring. (1 page)

64. Receipt of F. H. Greene, Administrator of the Estate of Thomas Greene, Sr. for $25 for hauling cotton toMacon, May 1, 1838, signed Charles W. McKnight. (1 page)

65. Deed of William Hall,Talbot County,Georgia to water privileges, 21 June 1838, signed William Hall. (2 pages)

66. Ejectment dismissed, Thomas Green, Sr. vs Rae and C, Levan Vance, tenant in possession. Receipt of Thomas Green, Sr., deceased, 27 August 1838, Levi M. Adams. (1 page)

67. Note dated September 17, 1838 promising to pay Marshall Wellborn or bearer $37.50 for value received, signed Thomas Green, F. H. Green. Part is missing. (2 pages)

68. Statement of Willis Greene, Thomas Greene and Felix H. Greene, Administrators of the estate of Thomas Greene, Sr. in account with the Federal Union,Talbot County, 1837-1838 for $9.00, received payment, from the Administrators September 18, 1838, signed Park and Rogers. (1 page)

69. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Vincent Corley, 1836 for $6.08, received payment from the Administrator, September 24, 1838, signed Vincent Corley by J. W. Davis. (2 pages)

70. Statement of Thomas Green in account with George W. Levely and Company, Columbus, December 7, 1837 for $119.32, received payment of the Administrators 17 November 1838, signed George W. Levely and Company, by Isaac E. Bowen, Attorney at Law. (2 pages)

71. Receipt of David Taylor from Felix H. Greene for $20 for hauling cotton, 9 December 1837, signed David Taylor. (1 page)

72. Note asking Thomas Greene, Guardian to pay James M. Davis $.50, the amount of James Fanning's account, December 15, 1838, signed Addison Ellis. (1 page)

73. Annual Returns of the Administrators of Thomas Green up to December 31, 1838. (4 pages)

74. Statement of the Estate of Thomas Green in account with Brown and Company, January, 1838, received payment of Felix H. Green, January 1, 1839, signed Brown and Company. (1 page)

75. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Thomas G. Beach, December, 1836 for two quarts of peach brandy for $1.00,1837 F. H. Green for two gallons of rum for $2.00, received payment of $3.00 from F. H. Green January 5, 1839, signed Thomas G. Beach. (2 pages)

76. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Robert H. Dixon, 1836 for $24.39, received payment 4 February 1839, signed Robert H. Dixon. (2 pages)

77. Receipt of Thomas and Felix H. Green, Administrators for $5.50 for returns for 1838, signed 11 February 1839, W. J. Goss, C. C. O. (2 pages)

78. Ejectment, Green vs. Vance, received payment of $13.62 of Thomas Green, Administrator, 25 February 1839, signed L. M. Adams. (2 pages)

79. Note promising to pay William Calloway or bearer $200.00 dated 6 May 1836, signed Thomas Greene, received payment of $245.33, March 2, 1839, signed William Calloway by C.M. Gresham. (2 pages)

80. Statement of Thomas Green's Estate in account with Dexter G. Kellum for $22.37, received payment of F. H. Greene, Administrator, March 11, 1839, signed D. G. Kellum, by L. B. Land. (2 pages)

81. Note promising to pay Millvard (?) Hole (?) or bearer $20.00, March 20.00, March 20, 1839, signed F. H. Greene. (2 pages)

82. Statement of Thomas Green's Estate in··account with John McDaniel for $10.00, received payment of F. H. Green 22 April 1839, signed John McDaniel. (2 pages)

83. Statement of Thomas Green, Sr. in account with Augustus Hayward for $96.57 1/2, for 1836, received payment of Thomas Green, Jr., Administrator, 23 May 1839, signed Aug Hayward by Garrard. (2 pages)

84. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Thomas Bailey for $7.37 1/2, June, 1839-0ctober, 1839, received payment. Part is missing. (2 pages)

85. Statement of Thomas Greene, Sr. in account with J. T. Niles and Company for $26.49, September 20, 1836, received payment, September 17, 1839, signed Foster and Howard, Attorneys at Law for J. T. Niles and Company. (2 pages)

86. Statement of the Administrators of Thomas Green, Sr. in account with B. Hill. (1 page)

87. Statement of Thomas Green, Sr. in account with Hall and Moses for $13.00, 1836, received payment of the Administrators of the Estate of Thomas Green, signed J.W. Ransone, October 3, 1839. Letter dated October 12, 1839 to Hall and Moses. signed Thomas Greene, Sr. (4 pages)

88. Statement of Thomas Greene, Sr. in account with Walter Gibson for $100.00, 1836, received payment of F. H. Greene, Administrator, December 1, 1839, signed Walter Gibson. (2 pages)


Folder 3 – Thomas Greene as Guardian of Bryant Fanning's Orphans

89. Copy of Division of Negroes belonging to the orphans of Bryant Fanning, deceased, in order to make a division so the Josiah Jardin may get his proportionate part in right of his wife, formerly Mary Ann Fanning by Thomas Greene, Guardian of Bryant Fanning's orphans. No date. (2 pages)

90. Receipt of Thomas Green, Sr., Guardian of the orphans of Bryant Fanning, late of Wilkes County for $2.50, signed 6 January 1835, Talbotton, William Goss, C.C.O. (2 pages)

91. Receipt of Thomas Green, Guardian of the minors of Bryant Fanning for $2.50, January 21, 1835, signed Jno H. Dyson, C.C.0. (2 pages)

92. Statement of the Estate of Bryant Fanning in account with F. W. Cheney, December 2, 1833, for $1.50, received payment of the Administrators of Thomas Greene, Sr., deceased acting as Guardian, November 25, 1837, signed F. W. Cheney. (2 pages)

93. Clerk's receipt for letter of guardianship of James G. Fanning, Mary Fanning and Elizabeth Fanning, orphans of Bryant Fanning for $2.12, 5 December 1837, signed William Goss, C.C.O. (2 pages)

94. Receipt of Thomas Greene, Guardian for the heirs of Bryant Fanning, for $5.00 for attendance on Negro woman Metilda when in labor, signed December 25, 1838, Jane Rush. (2 pages)

95. Vouchers to Mary Ann Fanning's account with Thomas Greene, Guardian for 1837 and 1838. (2 pages)

96. Receipt of Thomas Green, Guardian of Bryant Fanning's orphans for $5.00, 5 March 1839, signed William Goss, C. C. O. (2 pages)

97. Statement of Thomas Green as Guardian of the heirs of Bryant Fanning, deceased, in account with T. P. Lawrence, June 1839 for $10.00 for obstetrical services for Negro woman, received payment, Talbotton, December 5, 1839, Signed Thomas P. Lawrence. (2 pages)

98. Statement of the Estate of Bryant Fanning in account with M. Bethun (?) for 1839, for $1.12, received payment 31 December 1839, signed M. Bethum. (2 pages)

99. Returns and Vouchers for 1839 for the orphans of Bryant Fanning, Thomas Greene, Guardian. (2 pages)

100. Returns and Vouchers for 1839 for the orphans of Bryant Fanning, Thomas Greene, Guardian. (2 pages)

101. Returns for 1839 corrected for the orphans of Bryant Fanning, Thomas Greene, Guardian. (1 page)

102. Returns for 1839 for the orphans of Bryant Fanning, Thomas Greene, Guardian. (2 pages)

103. Calculation and vouchers for the general expenses for 1834 for the orphans of Bryant Fanning, Thomas Greene, Guardian. (2 pages)

104. Statement of Thomas Greene, Guardian of the Estate of B. Fanning in account with A. L. Acee for medical expenses for 1838, $10.50, received payment 25 February 1840, signed A. L. Acee. (2 pages)

105. Statement of Thomas Greene, Guardian of the Estate of B. Fanning for medical expenses, 1839, for $11.50, received payment, February 25, 1840, signed Acee and Brewster. (2 pages)

106. Receipt of Josiah Jordan for three Negroes belonging to the Fanning Estate, Thomas Greene, Guardian, January 10, 1843,TalbotCounty, signed Josiah C. T. Jordan. (2 pages)

107. List of four things the heirs Bryant Fanning have to do to enable them to recover claim on the state for the amount of fees received by the state on lands drawn by Fanning. List is to be given to Thomas Green. (2 pages)

Folder 4 – Thomas Greene as Guardian of Elizabeth Fanning (Fannin)

108. Receipt of Thomas Greene, Guardian of Elizabeth Fanning for $60.00 for board 1837, signed December 31, 1837, Felix H. Greene. (1 page)

109. Statement of Thomas Greene, Guardian of Elizabeth G. Fanning, in account with Ransom Etheredge for $12.00 for ten months tuition, received payment December 1, 1838, signed Ransom Etheredge. (1 page)

110. Statement of Thomas Greene, Guardian of Elizabeth G. Fanning, for twelve months board of said minor at $5.00 per month, received payment of $60.00, December 31, 1838, signed Felix H. Greene. (1 page)

111. Statement of Elizabeth Fanning in account with Fort and Jackson, December 18, 1838, for $.18 for one yard of calico, received payment January 17, signed Fort and Jackson. (2 pages)

112. Receipt of Thomas Greene, Guardian of Elizabeth and John T. Fanning for $2.00 for tuition of minors for twenty days each, signed April 22, 1839, John Me Daniel. (2 pages)

113. Statement of Thomas Green, Guardian of Elizabeth Fanning, in account with Thomas Bailey, December, 1839 for $1.00, received payment of Thomas Green Guardian, 25 December, signed Thomas Bailey by John M. Crowder. (2 pages)

114. Statement of Thomas Greene, Guardian of Elizabeth G. Fanning, in account with F. H. Greene for twelve months board for 1839 at $5.00 per month, received in full of $60.00, December 31, 1839, signed Felix H. Green. (2 pages)

115. Statement of Thomas Green, Guardian of Elizabeth Fanning, in account with Eliza Johnson for $4.66 2/3 for tuition for four months, 1839, received payment Thomas Green, Guardian, December 31, 1839, .signed H. Whitlock. (1 page)

116. Vouchers, Elizabeth G. Fanning in account with Thomas Greene, Guardian, for 1839.

117. Statement of Elizabeth Fanning in account with Stallings and Persons, Talbotton, Georgia, 1839, for $9.31 1/4, received payment from Thomas Green, Guardian, signed January 1, 1840, Stallings and Persons. (1 page)

118. Statement of Elizabeth G. Fanning in account with Fort andJackson, 1839, for $8.01, received payment from Thomas Green, signed Fort andJackson. (1 page)

119. Statement of Thomas Green, Guardian of Elizabeth Fanning, in account with James B. Wynn, 1840, for $3.75, received payment 31 December 1840, signed James B. Wynn. (2 pages)

120. Receipt of Thomas Greene, Guardian, for $60.00 for board of Elis G. Fanning for 1840, received payment December 31, 1840, signed Felix H. Greene. (1 page)

121. Statement of Elizabeth Fanning in account with Gamble and Bailey, 1840, for $24.93 3/4, received payment of Thomas Green, Guardian, December 31, 1840, signed Gamble and Bailey. (1 page)

122. Receipt of Thomas Greene, Guardian, for Elizabeth G. Fanning for $16.00 for tuition for 1840, signed December 31,1840, M. V. Compton. (1 page)

123. Statement of Thomas Greene, Guardian for Elizabeth Fanning, in account with J. M. Davis, 1842, for $.18, received payment of Thomas Green, Guardian, signed James M. Davis by John M. Crowder. (1 page)

124. Statement of Thomas Green, Guardian of Elizabeth Fanning in account with T. F. Montgomery for tuition and board, $82.75, received payment from Thomas Greene, Guardian, December 6, 1842, signed T. F. Montgomery. (1 page)

125. Receipt of Elizabeth Fannin from the Administrators of Thomas Green, Sr., for $531.24, amount due Elizabeth Fanning, minor by said Thomas Green, Sr., as her former guardian, signed Thomas Green, Elizabeth Fanning, December 31, 1842. (1 page)

126. Statement of Elizabeth G. Fanning in account with R. J. Casterns. (1 page)

127. Statement of Thomas Greene, Guardian of Elizabeth G. Fannin for $30.00 for five months board for 1842, received payment December 21, 1842, signed F. H. Green. (1 page)

128. Statement of Elizabeth Fanning in account with Forbes and Pettis for $2.56 1/4, received payment of Thomas Green, Guardian, 31 December 1842, signed Forbes and Pettis. (1 page)

129. Statement of Elizabeth Fanning in account with Stalling and Persons, February 9, 1844 for $18.87. (1 page)

130. Receipt of William Carlsfield (?) from Thomas Green, Guardian of Elizabeth G. Fanning, orphan of Briant Fanning and heir at law of Thomas Green, Sr., for $1071.22 which is her distributive share of perishable property of the Estate of Briant Fanning and Thomas Green,SR., signed William Carlsfield, December 24, 1846, (1 page)

Folder 5 -- Thomas Greene as Guardian of James G. Fanning (Fannin)

131. Receipt of Thomas Green, Guardian of James G. Fanning, for $37.50 for board, signed December 25, 1835, Willis Greene. (1 page)

132. Receipt of Thomas Green, Guardian of James G. Fanning, $16.75 for tuition for James Fanning, signed 31 December 1835, John J. Groves. (1 page)

133. Statement of Thomas Greene, Guardian of James Fannin, in account with Collinsworth Institute for $50.00 for board and tuition, received payment in full signed Barnard Hill, Treasurer per James R. Thomas, Superintendent, no date. (1 page)

134. Receipt (?) for cash for pocket money for (?) G. Fanning, (?) 1, 1838. Part is missing. (1 page)

135. Receipt of Thomas Greene, Guardian of James G. Fanning, for $94.80 for seven months, twenty-seven days board immediately proceeding 21st of October 1838, received payment November 2, 1838, signed Robert Booth. (2 pages)

136. Receipt of Thomas Greene, Guardian of James G. Fanning for $3.12 1/2 for sowing [[sewing?] in 1838, received payment December 1, 1838, signed Ann McKnight. (1 page)

137. Statement of James Fanning in account with McMillan and McLaughlin for $.75, April 14, 1838, received payment January 4, 1838 of Thomas Green, Guardian, signed McMillan and McLaughlin. (2 pages)

138. Statement of James Fanning in account with Rufus Broome, LaGrange, January 4, 1838 for $11.85 1/4, settled 25 December 1838, signed J. H. A. for Rufus Broome. (2 pages)

139. Statement of Felix Green per James Fanning in account with Bailey and Crittenden for $14.18, November 15, 1837, received payment 31 December 1838. (2 pages)

140. Statement of James Fannin in account with Duggar and Battle, LaGrange, for $39.06, settled December 31, 1838. (2 pages)

141. Statement of James Fanning in account with Ware and Puller (Pullen?) for $20.06 1/4, settled December 31, 1838. (2 pages)

142. Statement of Thomas Greene, Guardian of James Fanning in account with James M. Davis for 1838 for $20.75. (2 pages)

143. Statement of Thomas Green for James Fannin in account with Neal and Forts for $62.07 1/2 for 1837 and 1838. (2 pages)

144. Statement of Thomas Green, Guardian of James G. Fanning in account with E. Reeder for $8.06 1/4, received payment January 1, 1839, signed E. Reeder. (2 pages)

145. Receipt of James Fanning for $15.00 payment in part of his account and Miss M. A. Fanning's account, signed January 3, 1838, Ware and Puller (Pullen). (2 pages)

146. Statement of James g. fanning in account with Bogert and Forbes, 1838, for $19.00 received payment of Thomas Greene, Guardian, 4 January 1839, signed Bogert and Forbes, LaGrange. (2 pages)

147. Receipt of Thomas Greene, Guardian for James G. Fanning for $1.50 for 1838, signed Irvin Cohen for Peter Pogert, 4 January 1839. (2 pages)

148. Receipt of Thomas Green, Guardian of James G. Fannin for $22.12 1/2 for part payment on tuition for 1838, signed Otis Smith, January 4, 1838. (2 pages)

149. Note promising to pay Colinsworth Institute or bearer $50.00 for value received, August 20, 1839, signed Thomas Greene, Guardian for James G. Fannin, received payment of ,Thomas Greene, Guardian, September 23, 1839, signed B. Hill, Treasurer. (2 pages)

150. Statement of James Fannin in account with Duggar and Battle, 1838 for $30.93 3/4, received payment 4 December, 1839, signed Duggar andBattleby R. D. Samford. (2 pages)

151. Statement of Thomas Greene, Guardian of James Fanning, in account with Thomas Bailey, 1839, for $11.00, received payment of Thomas Greene, Guardian, 25 December 1839 signed Thomas Bailey by John M. Crowder. (2 pages)

152. Vouchers, James G. Fanning in account with Thomas Greene, Guardian for 1839. (2 pages)

153 Statement of James G. Fanning in account with Stallings and Persona, Talbatton, Georgia, 1839 for $1.00, received payment Thomas Greene, Guardian of James G. Fanning, January 1, 1840, signed Stallings and Persons by H. Jones. (1 page)

154. Statement of Thomas greene in account with Fuller and Turner, 1839, for services for James G. Fanning, for $17.25, received payment, March,7, 1840, signed Samuel Fuller. (1 page)

155. Statement of Thomas Green, Guardian of James G. Fanning, in account with Collinsworth Institute for tuition and board 1840, $124, received payment July 23, 1840 from Thomas Greene, Guardian, signed B. Hill, Treasurer. (2 pages)

156. Receipt of Thomas Greene, Guardian of James G. Fanning for $8.87 12, September 28, 1840, signed Frances McKnight, her mark. (1 page)

157. Note promising to pay Duggar and Battle or bearer $38.06 1/4 for value received 4 December 1840, Thomas Greene, Guardian for James G. Fanning and Mary Ann Fanning. (2 pages)

158. Note stating that $1.50 has been paid by James G. Fanning out of his Pocket money and the balance will be paid by Thomas Greene for a Greek dictionary, signed James G. Fanning, received $6.50 in full of James Fanning December 21, 1840, signed B. L. Worrill. (2 pages)

159. Receipt of Thomas Greene for $27.00 for Tuition of James G. Fanning for 1838, signed Otis Smith, settled December 25, 1840. (2 pages)

160. Statement of James G. Fanning in account with Bithune (?) and Arnold for 1840, for $6.37, received payment 25 December 1840 of Thomas Greene, Guardian for James G. Fanning, 25 October 1840, signed Bittune (?) and Arnold. (2 pages)

161. Statement of Thomas Green, Guardian for James Fannin, in account with Forbes and Pettis. 1840, for $7.12, received payment 31 December 1840, signed Forbes and Pettis. (1 page)

162. Statement of James Fanning in account with Brown and Company, 1840, for $69.68, received payment December 31, 1840 of Thomas Green, Guardian, signed Brown and Company. (1 page)

163. Statement of James G. Fanning in account with Stallings and Persons, Talbotton, Georgia, 1840, for $9.06, received payment 31 December, 1840 of Thomas Green, Guardian, signed stallings and Persons. (1 page)

164. Statement of James G. Fanning in account with Gamble and Bailey for $3.34 3/4, received payment of Thomas Green, Guardian, December 31, 1840, signed Gamble and Bailey. (1 page)

165. Statement of Thomas Green, Guardian of James Fanning, in account with James B. Wynn for #2.50, 1840, received payment December 31, 1840, signed James B. Wynn. (2 pages)

166. Statement of Thomas Green, Guardian of James G. Fanning, in account with Charles H. Stillwell, 1840 for $14.50, received payment December 31, 1840 of Thomas Green, Guardian, signed Charles H. Stillwell. (1 page)

167. Copy of returns, James G. Fanning in account with Thomas Greene, Guardian, for 1841. (2 pages)

168. Statement of Thomas Greene, Guardian for James G. Fanning, in account with J. M. Davis, 1842, for $9.00, received payment of Thomas Greene, signed John M. Crowder for James M. Davis. (1 page)

169. Receipt of James G. Fanning from the administrator of Thomas Green, Sr., for $379.18 full amount due James Fanning, minor of Thomas Green, Sr. as his former guardian, signed December 21, 1842, Thomas Greene, Guardian of James G. Fanning. (1 page)

170. Statement of James Fanning in account with Jno H. Wilkes and Company, 1842 for $3.18, received payment of Thomas Green, Guardian, December 31, 1842 Jno H. Wilkes and Company. (1 page)

171. Statement of Thomas Green, Guardian of James G. Fanning, 2 1/2 months board, $15.00, received payment of Thomas Greene, Guardian, December 31, 1842, signed F. H. Greene. (1 page)

172. Statement of James G. Fannin in account with E. H. Beall, 1842, for $4.94, received payment of Thomas Green, Guardian of James Fannin, 31 December 1842, signed E. H. Beall. (1 page)

173. Receipt of Thomas Green, Guardian of James G. Fanning, for cash received of the Estate of Rearary (?), December 31, 1842. (1 page)

174. Receipt of James G. Fanning from Thomas Green, Guardian of Briant Fanning's orphans, for $288.36 which is in full for his distributive share of the perishable property of the Estates of Briant Fanning and Thomas Greene, Sr., signed James G. Fanning, December 4, 1844, witnessed Charles H. Stillwell, William F. Brooks, J. P. (1 page)

175. Receipt of James G. Fanning from Thomas Green, Guardian of Briant Fanning's orphans, for $1319.33 in good funds and the $29.00 in insurance papers which are in full for the distributive share of the perishable property of the Estates of Briant Fanning and Thomas Green, deceased, which said share is the property of John T. Fanning orphan of said Briant Fanning and heir at law of said Thomas Green, signed James G. Fanning, December 4, 1846, witnessed Charles H. Stillwell, William F. Brooks, J. P. (1 page)

176. Receipt Talbot County,Georgia, of James G. Fanning from Thomas Greene, $916.74 in good fund and $29.00 in full of the amount received by him for the heir of Martha B. Fanning, Negroes under her management from 1838 to 1841, signed James G. Fanning, December 28, 1846, witnessed Charles H. Stillwell, William F. Brooks, J. P. (1 page)

177. Copy of Superior Court case,Talbot County, March Term, 1849, James G. Fanning for the use of John Owen versus Thomas Greene. (3 pages)

178. Letter dated February 6, 1851,Oxford, Benton County, Alabama, addressed Dear Uncle, signed James G. Fanning. Letter is about school. (1 page)

179. Amount of cash paid for minors at LaGrange, to James G. Fanning $14.82 1/2, to Mary Ann Fanning $13.17 1/2. Part is missing. (2 pages)

Folder 6 -- Thomas Greene as Guardian of John T. Fanning (Fannin)

180. Statement of Reuben Faver for John T. Fanning in account with Grat and Sharp, June, 1837, for $1.75 for books, received payment December 16, 1837, signed Gray and Sharp. (1 page)

181. Statement of John T. Fanning in account with W. Barry for three months tuition, 1837, for $4.37, received payment, of John T. Fanning by the hand. of Reuben Faver, signed December 2, 1837, W. Barry, Teacher, Mirewether County. (2 pages)

182. Statement of Thomas Greene, Guardian of B. Fanning's heirs, in account with James McDowell for boarding of John T. Fanning for 3 1/2 months, $21.00, received payment signed James McDowell, 25 December 1837. (2 pages)

183. Receipt of Thomas Greene, Guardian of John T. Fanning, for board for 1837, $42.50, December 31, 1837, signed F. H. Greene. (1 page)

184. Statement of John T. Fannin in account with Ann M. Owen for $5.00, received payment 26 February 1838, signed Ann M. Owen by C. D. Crittenden. (2 pages)

185. Statement of Thomas Green, Guardian of Bryan Fanning's minors, for $4.87 1/2 for 1837, received payment of Thomas Green, April 6, 1837, signed James B. Wynn. (2 pages)

186. Statement of John T. Fanning in account with Addison Ellis for $1.25, July 4, 1838, received payment of Thomas Green, Guardian, signed Addison Ellis. (1 page)

187. Receipt of Thomas Greene, Guardian for John T. Fanning, for $3.25 for sowing [sewing] in 1838, signed December 1, 1838, Ann McKnight.

188. Statement of Thomas Green, Guardian for John T. Fanning, in account with Ransom Etheredge for 9 1/2 months tuition, received payment 1 December 1838, signed Ransom Etheredge. (2 pages)

189. Statement of John T. Fanning in account with Fort and Jackson for $10.71 1/4, received payment January 17, signed Fort and Jackson, December 31, 1838. (2 pages)

190. Statement of John T. Fanning in account with F. H. Greene for twelve months board for 1838, $60.00, received payment of Thomas Green, Guardian, December 31, 1838, signed F. H. Greene. (1 page)

191. Statement of John T. Fannin, Thomas Green, Guardian, in account with Neal and Forbes, 1838, for $9.75, received payment of Thomas Green, Guardian, December 31, 1838, signed Neal and Forbes. (2 pages)

192. Vouchers to John T. Fanning for 1837 and 1838. Part is missing. (1 page)

193. Statement of Thomas Green, Guardian of John T. Fanning in account w Thomas Bailey for $1.87 1/2 received payment December 25, 1839, signed Thomas Bailey by John M. Crowder. (2 pages)

194. Statement of Thomas Green for John T. Fanning in account with (?) Belvue, December 29, 1839, for $.75, received payment of Thomas Green. (2 pages)

195. Vouchers of John T. Fanning in account with Thomas Greene, Guardian for 1839. (2 pages)

196. Statement of John Fanning in account with Stallings and Persons, Talbotton, Georgia for 1839, for $10.18, received payment January 1, 1840 of Thomas Green, Guardian, signed Stallings and Persons. (2 pages)

197. Statement of John Fanning in account with Brown and Company for 1839 for $.183/4, received payment of Thomas Green, Guardian, March 30, 1840, signed Brown and Company. (1 page)

198. Statement of John Fanning, Thomas Green, Guardian, in account with Brown and Company, 1840 for $3.87 1/2, received payment Thomas Green, Guardian, December 31, 1840, signed Breen and Company. (1 page)

199. Statement of Thomas Green for John Fanning in account with James B. Wynn for 1840, $3.50, received payment of Thomas Green, Guardian, December 31, 1840, signed James B. Wynn. (1 page)

200. Received of Thomas Greene, Guardian of John T. Fanning or 1841, $21.00 for 3 1/2 months board, signed December 31,1841, F. H. Greene. (1 page)

201. Statement of John Fanning in account with Stallings and Persons for 1841 for $42.25, received payment December 31, 1841 of Thomas Green, Guardian, signed Stallings and Persons. (1 page)

202. Statement of Thomas Greene, Guardian for John Fanning in account with James M. Davis for 1842 for $4.75, received payment of Thomas Green, Guardian, signed James M. Davis by John M. Crowder. (1 page)

203. Statement of Thomas Greene, Guardian of John T. Fanning, in account with A. L. Acee, 1842 for $38.75, received payment of Thomas Greene, December 28, 1842. (1 page)

204. Statement of John Fanning in account with Stallings and Persons, 1842 for $6.56, received payment of Thomas Green, Guardian, signed Stallings and Persons. (1 page)

205. Statement of Thomas Green, Guardian for John Fanning in account with J. D. Brooks for 1842, $22.00, received payment of Thomas Green, Guardian, December 31, 1842, signed J, D. Brooks. (2 pages)

206. Statement of ·Thomas Greene, Guardian of John T. Fanning in account with Elizabeth Green for 1842 for $1.00, received payment Thomas Greene, Guardian, December 31, 1842, signed Elizabeth Greene, her mark. (1 page)

207. Statement of Thomas Greene, Guardian of John T. Fanning, for 1842 for $57.00 for 9 1/2 months board, received payment Thomas Green, December 31, 1842 signed F. H. Greene. (1 page)

208. Statement of John T. Fanning in account with R. J. Castens for $3.75 received payment 31 December, 1842 of Thomas Greene, Guardian, signed Robert J. Castens. (1 page)

209. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Stallings and Persons, Talbotton, Georgia, 1842 for $37.81, received payment January 23, 1843, signed stallings and Persons. (1 page)

210. Receipt of the Administrators of Thomas Greene for $648.71, the amount due John T. Fanning by said Thomas Greene, Sr. as his former Guardian, signed December 27, 1843, Thomas Greene, Guardian of John T. Fanning. (1 page)

211. Fifa,Talbo tCounty Superior Court, September Term, 1849, John T. Fanning vs. Thomas Green.

212. Transfer of fifa to James McKnight to Collert Thrian (?), $437, November 9, 1849, signed Jno T. Fanning, received $200 December 24, 1849. (1 page)

213. Statement of Thomas Greene in account with Jno T. Fanning for $9.65 received payment January 30, 1852, signed Jno T. Fanning. (1 page)

214. Statement of Thomas Greene, Guardian of John Fanning, in account with Elizabeth Greene for $3.00. (1 page)

Folder 7 -- T homas Greene as Guardian of Mary Ann Fanning (Fannin)

215. Receipt of Thomas Greene, Sr., Guardian for Maryane Fanning, for $18.00 for eleven weeks board January 20, 1836, signed Robert Fleming. Receipt of Thomas Greene, Sr., Guardian of John T. Fanning, for $18.00 for eleven weeks board January 20, 1836, signed Robert Fleming. (1 page)

216. Statement of Mary A. Fannin in account with George N. Forbes, 1837 for $12.50, received payment of Thomas Green, Guardian, April 22, 1837, signed George N. Forbes. (2 pages)

217. Statement of Thomas Greene in account with L. J. Davis for $10 for gold earring and pin for Mary Ann Fanning, received payment 28 April 1837, signed L. J. Davis. (1 page)

218. Statement of Thomas Green, Guardian, in account with Robert Fleming for board and tuition in 1837, $20.13, received payment, signed Robert Fleming. (1 page)

219. List of cash paid George W. Forbs, 22 April 1837, cash paid P. F. Mahone for Ann Greene. (2 pages)

220. Statement of Thomas Green, Guardian of Mary Ann Fanning. in account with Robert Brown for $152 for tuition and board, received payment November 1838, signed Robert Brown. (1 page)

221. Statement of Mary Ann Fanning in account with Ware and Pullen, LaGrange, 1838 for $8.25, December 31, 1838. (2 pages)

222. Statement of Thomas Greene, Guardian of Mary Ann Fanning, in account with Osgood and Company for $51.683/4, received payment of Thomas Greene, Guardian, signed Osgood and Company. (1 page)

223. Statement of Mary Ann Fanning in account with Fort and Jackson, 1838 for $11.75, statement of E. G. Fanning in account with Fort and Jackson for $9.57 1/4. (2 pages)

224. Statement of Mary Ann Fannin in account with W. M. Roberts, 1838 for $11.78, received payment January 1, 1839 of Thomas Green, signed W. M. Roberts. (2 pages)

225. Statement of Mary Ann Fanning in account with Rufus Broome, LaGrange, January 4, 1839 for $3.03, received for Rufus Broome signed J. H. A. (2 pages)

226. Statement of Mary Ann Fannin in account with Fears and Staffeld, 1838 for $33.24, received payment of Thomas Green, Guardian for Mary Ann Fannin, January 4, 1839, signed Fears and Saffold. (2 pages)

227. Statement of Mary Ann Fanninin account with Mrs. A. E. Roberts, Talbotton, March 4, 1839 for $5.50, received payment by guardian April 22, 1839, signed A. E. Roberts. (2 pages)

228. Statement of Thomas Green, Guardian of Mary Fanning, in account with Thomas Bailey, 1839, $6.12 1/2, received payment of Thomas Greene, Guardian, December 25, 1839, signed Thomas Bailey by John M. Crowder. (1 page)

229. Vouchers of Mary Ann Fanning for 1839, Thomas Green, Guardian. (2 pages)

230. Statement of Mary Ann Fanning for1839, in account with Stallings and Persons, Talbotton, Georgia received payment January 1, 1840, of Thomas Green, Guardian, signed Stallings and Persons by H. Jones. (2 pages)

231. Statement of M. Fanning in account with Fort and Jackson, 1839, for $10.21 1/4, received payment of Thomas Green, February 13, 1840, signed Fort andJ ackson, by W. J. W. (1 page)

232. Statement of Mary Ann Fanning in account with Mark A. Lane, 1840 for $49.35 3/4, received payment of Thomas Greene, Guardian, 8 March 1840, signed Mark A. Lane. (1 page)

233. Letter dated 11 April 1840, LaGrange, Georgia, addressed Dear Sir, signed William C. Buffington. Letter requests that Thomas Green as Guardian please pay the account against Miss Fannin, amount $18.00. (1 page)

234. Statement of Mary A. Fanning in account with Stallings and Persons, Talbotton, Georgia, 1840, $17.12 1/2, received payment of Thomas Green, 31 December 1840, signed Sallings and Persons. (1 page)

235. Statement of Mary Ann Fanning in account with Gamble and Baily for $3.50, received payment of Thomas Greene, Guardian, December 31, 1840, signed Gamble and Baily by James Peebles. (1 page)

236. Statement of Mary A. Fanning in account with N. Athan for $5.75, received payment of Thomas Greene, Guardian, December 31, 1840, signed N. Athan. (1 page)

237. Statement of Mary Ann Fanning in account with E. H. Beall, 1841, for $49.50, received payment of Thomas Greene, Guardian, December 31, 1841, signed E. N. Beall by Amos (?). ( 1 page)

238. Receipt of Thomas Green, Sr., deceased, for $432.08, amount due Mary Ann Fanning, minor of said Thomas Greene, Sr., as her former guardian, signed December 31, 1842, Thomas Greene, Guardian of Mary Ann Fanning. (1 page)

239. Receipt of Josiah C. T. Jordan, from Thomas Green, Guardian, for $200.00 due Mary Fanning, signed January 10, 1843, Josiah C. T. Jordan. (1 page)

240. General expenses of Mary Ann Fanning, no date. (2 pages)

Folder 8 -- Thomas Greene - 1840's

241. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Fort and Jackson for 184? for $4.45, received payment March 20, signed J. W. B. Hicks. (1 page)

242. Bill of expenses on crop of cotton,E. Beall for $590.00, Vouchers for 1840 on the Estate of Thomas Green. (2 pages)

243. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Thomas Bailey for 1839 for $8.30, received payment January 30, 1840, signed Thomas Bailey. (1 page)

244. Statement of Evans Bates in account with Fort and Jackson, 1839, for $7.06 1/4, received payment of Thomas Green, March 20, 1840, signed Fort and Jackson. (1 page)

245. Note promising to pay B. Hill or bearer $7.50 for value received, March 21, 1840, signed Thomas Green, paid in full $7.93 1/4. (1 page)

246. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Forbes and Pettis, for 1840, $.93 1/2, received payment signed Forbes and Pettis. (1 page)

247. Statement for $30.50, received payment July 10, 1840, signed J. M. Davis. Part is missing. (1 page)

248. Receipt of C. R. Wynn, Clerk, from Thomas Greene for $5.25 part cost in the case of Thomas Greene vs, A. Lamericke (?) to be placed in his credit September 24, 1840, signed c. R. Wynn, Clerk. (1 page)

249. Letter dated October 17, 1840, Milledgeville, Georgia to Thomas Green, Talbotton, Georgia, signed William G. Little. (2 pages)

250. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Fuller and Turner, 1840, received payment signed Fuller and Turner. (2 pages)

251. Statement for $10.18, received payment December 28, 1840, signed R. G. Crittenden by C. D. Crittenden. Part is missing. (2 pages)

252. Note promising to pay Acy and Brewster or bearer $27.50 for value received, 31 December 1840, signed Thomas Greene, paid in full to John Turner. (1 page)

253. Statement of Thomas Greene in account with Gamble and Bailey, 1840, for $8.00, $9.86, received payment December 31, 1840, signed Gamble and Bailey by James Peebles. (1 page)

254. Receipt of M. ·Ransom, T. C. ,from Thomas Greene, for $12.00 for tax for 1841. (1 page)

255. Statement of Thomas Green in account with N. Athan, 1840, for $7.68 3/4, received payment January 11, 1841, signed N. Athan. (1 page)

256. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Brown and Company, 1840, received payment January 21, 1841, signed Brown and Company. (1 page)

257. Note promising to pay B. Hill, Treasurer, Collinsworth Institute, or bearer $57.49 for value received, December 19, 1840, signed Thomas Greene, settled in full 23 January 1841. (1 page)

258. Note promising to pay B. Hill or bearer $153.00 for value received, 23 January 1841, signed Thomas Greene. (1 page)

259. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Bittian and Arnold, 1841, for $6.72, received payment signed Bittian and Arnold. (1 page)

260. Note promising to pay D. C. Maund or bearer $5.25 for value received, 24 March 1841, signed Thomas Greene, paid in full. (1 page)

261. Statement of Mr. Green in account with Greenwood and Grimes, Columbus,Georgia, May 29, 1841 for $20.50, received payment signed J. F. Johnson. (1 page)

262. Note promising to pay Thomas Bailey or bearer for value received, January 1, 1841, signed June 1, 1841, paid in full. Note promising to pay Gamble and Baily or bearer $23.52 for value received signed Thomas Greene, paid in full. (1 page)

263. Statement of Thomas Greene in account with E. H. Beall for $3.00, signed E. H. Beall, Talbotton, August 3, 1841. (1 page)

264. Subpoena to Young Edwards to arrear in Superior Court to be held forTalbot County,Georgia on 21 September, to be a witness in behalf of the Defendant in the case of Samuel M. Barr against Thomas Green, deceased, signed September 20, 1841, c. R. Wynn, Clerk. Receipt of Young Edwards from Thomas Green, Administrator for $3.00 on subpoena for four days attendance, signed 31 December 1841, Young Edwards. (2 pages)

265. Subpoena to George Johnson to appear in court to be held forTalbot County,Georgia on 20 September, to be witness in behalf of the plaintiff in,, the case of S. M. Bowery against Thomas Green, Administrator of Thomas Green, deceased, signed September 20,1841, C. R. Wynn Clerk. Receipt of George Johnston from Thomas Greene, Administrator, $2.25, on subpoena 16 April 1842, signed George Johnston. (2 pages)

266. Subpoena to James Bunkly to appear in Superior Court for Talbolt County on 24 September, to be a witness in behalf of the Defendant in the case of Samuel Barr against the Administrator of Thomas Green, signed c. R. Wynn, Clerk, September 24, 1841. (1 page)

267. Statement saying that William Gibson, appeared before Joseph Jackson, Justice of the peace, Talbott County, Georgia and swore that he has attended court as a witness by subpoena in the case of Samuel Barr vs the Estate of Thomas Green, Sr., deceased, for ten days, signed September 25, 1841, Joseph Jackson, J. P., William Gibson, c. R. Wynn, Clerk. Receipt of William Gibson from Thomas Greene for $7.50 on the subpoena. (2 pages)

268. Copy of the receipt of Willy White, J. P., from Thomas Greene for $5.24, $6.88, $30.00, $28.00 all due for collections, signed 13 October 1841, Willy White, J. P. (1 page)

269. Order from Thomas Bigbie to Thomas Green, November 29, 1841, stating for Thomas Green to pay Samuel Crall $13, signed Thomas Bigbie. (1 page)

270. Receipt of James Y. Gardner, C. C. 0. from Thomas, Willis and Felix H. Green, Administrators of Thomas Greene, 1841, for $2.25, signed James Y. Gardner, C. C. 0. (1 page)

271. Note promising to pay C. R. Wynn or bearer $30.00 for value received, December 14, 1841, signed Thomas Greene. Note promising to pay C. R. Wynn or bearer $12.00 for value received, December 14, 1841, signed Thomas Greene. Both are paid in full. (2 pages)

272. Receipt of R. G. Crittenden for $5.00 for F. H. Green's admission to the Masonic Ball, 29 December 1841, signed R. G. Crittenden. (1 page)

273. Statement of Elizabeth Green in account with E. H. Beall, 1841, for $9.63, received payment of Thomas Green, Guardian, December 31, 1841, signed E. H. Beall by Amos (?) . ( 1 page)

274. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Stallings and Persons, Talbotton, Georgia, 1841, for $34.25, received payment of Thomas Green, December 31, 1841, signed Stallings and Persons. (1 page)

275. Statement of Felix Green in account with Fuller and Turner. 1841, for $17.75, received payment January 24, 1842, signed Fuller and Turner. (1 page)

276. Receipt of James D. Mims from Felix H. Greene, an Administrator of the Estate of Thomas Greene, for $3.00 for four days attendance as witness in the case of Samuel M. Barr vs. Willis Greene, Thomas Greene and Felix H. Greene, Administrators of the Estate of Thomas Greene, 27 January 1842, signed James D. Mims. (1 page)

277. Receipt of Ann Greene to Dixon from William W. Darnall for $100.00 which amount was received by Dixonw. Darnall from William B. Aldridge, Administrator of the Estate of Allexander Green, deceased, ofTexas and Ann Green. mother of Allexander Green and only heir and Dixon W. Darnall acting as agent for Ann Green received $100.00 from William B. Aldridge, February 1, 1842. (2 pages)

278. Statement of Thomas Greene in account with J. M. Davis, 1841, for $25.50, received payment February 4, 1842, signed J. M. Davis. (2 pages)

279. Note promising to pay James M. Davis or bearer $25.50 for value received, February 4, 1842, signed Thomas Greene. Note promising to pay James M. Davis or bearer $ 8.75 for value received, February 4, 1842, signed Thomas Greene. (1 page)

280. Statement of Thomas Green in account with E. H. Beall, 1841, for $33.09. received payment March 11, 1842, E. H. Beall by Amos (?). (1 page)

281. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Forbes and Pettis, 1841, for $15.75, received payment March 31, 1842, signed Forbes and Pettis. (1 page)

282. Receipt from Larkin Colbert for $22.00, 6 April 1842. Part is missing. (2 pages)

283. Receipt for $2.31 paid to Jane Johnston, 17 Mat· 1842 and to Jane Rush $.50. (2 pages)

284. Fifa issued on stay of Execution in the case of Samuel M. Barr vs. Willis Green, Thomas Green and Felix H. Green, Administrators and George N. Forbes, Secretary, Talbot County Superior Court, 1842. (3 pages)

285. Note promising to pay Hill and Owen or bearer $15.00 for value received, December 24, 1842, signed Thomas Greene. (1 page)

286. Note promising to pay Forbes and Pettis or bearer $42.62 for value received, March 31, 1842, signed Thomas Greene, received payment 31 December 1842, of $20.00, by cash $18, paid in full 1 February 1844. (2 pages)

287. Receipt of Willis Greene from Thomas Greene and Felix Greene, for $13.96, 31 December

1842, signed Willis Greene. (1 page)

288. Receipt of Felix Greene, Guardian of Martha B. Fanning from the Administrator of Thomas Green, deceased, for $1432.22, amount due Martha B. Fanning, minor of said Thomas Greene, Sr. as her former Guardian, signed December 31, 1842, Felix H. Greene. (2 pages)

289. Statement of Thomas Greene in account with J. M. Davis, 1842, for $13.87, received payment January 1, 1843, signed James M. Davis by Oliver Crittendon. (1 page)

290. Note promising to pay Thomas Greene, Guardian, or bearer $35.00 by 25 December for the hire of Dinah, a woman with two children,. and $40.00 if the woman has no child during the present year, witnessed 3 January 1843. (2 pages)

291. Note promising to pay by 25 December 1842 William Hall or bearer $82.12 for value received, 5 April 1842, signed Thomas Greene, received $44.27 part payment 10 January 1843. (2 pages) ·

292. Statement of M. O. Nair in account with Ruse J. Ramard for $14.84, received payment signed Ruse J. Ramard by Thomas Greene, $13.43, 25 January 1843. (2 pages)

293. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Jno H. Weeks and Company, 1842, for $7.31 1/4, received payment February 6, 1843, signed Jno H. Weeks and Company. (1 page)

294. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Forbes and Pettis, 1842, for $.37, received payment 7 February 1843; signed Forbes and Pettis. (1 page)

295. Statement of J. F. McKnight for Thomas Green in account with F. C McKimby (?) for $29.46, received payment February 9, 1843, signed F. c. McKimby (?). (2 pages)

296. Statement of Thomas Green in account with E. H. Beall, 1842, for $3.87, received payment February 13, 1843, signed E. H. Beall. (1 page)

297. Letter dated March 30, 1843, Oglethorpe County, to Thomas Green, Bellview,Talbot County, Georgia, signed Josiah C. T. Jordan. (2 pages)

298. Fifa,Taliaferre County Superior Court, March Term, 1843, Isabel Finley vs. John Dewberry and Thomas T. Towers. Part is missing. (2 pages)

299. Statement of Thomas Greene in account with Acee and Brewster, 1841, for $44.25, received payment February 1, 1842, signed Acee and Brewster. Fifa, in Justices' Court, Thomas Green vs. Daniel McDaniel, David Johnston and John Johnston, signed September 2, 1843, David Johnston. (2 pages)

300. Letter dated 25 September 1843, Tuskegee to Thomas Greene, Talbot County, Georgia, from J. W. Willis. (2 pages)

301. Receipt of Thomas Green for tax for 1843, signed James Stalling, T. C. (1 page)

302. Statement of Thomas Green in account with J. D. Brooks, 1843, for $24.50 recieved payment 1 January 1844, signed J. D. Brooks. (2 pages)

303. Note promising to pay J. D. Brooks or bearer $14.00 for value received, January 1, 1843, signed Thomas Green, paid in full 1 January, 1844. (1 page)

304. Receipt of John Marshall (?) from Thomas Green for $59.6 1/4 due 25 December 1839, received payment January 11, 1844, signed John Marshall (?). (1 page)

305. List of principle and interest and cases, Thomas Green vs. H. W. Slampes, principle- $20.90, interest- $.97, settled with James F. McKnight 13 January 1844. F. H. Green vs. Leonard Rush, principle - $10.27, interest, from.1 March 1842. James F. McKnight vs, Leonard Rush, principle- $30.00, interest from March 1, 1842, settled with James McKight 13 January 1844. (2 pages)

306. Receipt of Simeon Deloach, J. P. from Thomas Green on note of Leonard Rush for $30.00 dated 1 February 1842 and on note of George Johnston for $30.00, dated 6 January 1843. Receipt dated 6 January 1843, signed Simeon Deloach, received payment of Leonard Rush's note 20 January 1844, signed Thomas Green. (2 pages)

307. Note promising to pay H. Pettis or bearer $7.37 for value received, April 6, 1843, signed Thomas Greene, paid in full 1 February 1844. (1 page)

308. Receipt of Thomas Greene from Flournoy, Ragland and Company, Book and Job Printers, for subscription to the newspaper from December 15, 1841 to December 15, 1843, $6.00, receipt dated February 1, 1844, signed February 1, 1844. ( 1 page)

309. Receipt of Hill (?) and Owens (?) for $16.00 and $33.21 for appearing in Superior Court, February 6, 1844, signed Hill (?) and Owen (?). (1 page)

310. Fifa, Talbot County Superior Court, receipt of Thomas Green for $12.36 in the case of Hamilton L. Smith vs. Thomas Green, February 6, 1844, signed Hill and Owen. (1 page)

311. Fifa,Talbot County Superior Court, September Term, 1840, received full payment of principle and interest in the case of William S. Vann vs. Thomas Greene, February 6, 1844, signed B. Hill. (1 page)

312. Letter of Administration,Talbot County, Georgia, Inferior Court, Charles Grimes making Thomas Greene Administrator of his Estate, witnessed Thomas w. Bledsoe, one of the Justices of said Court, 5 March 1844, signed Charles H. Stillwell, C. C. O. (1 page)

313. Note promising to pay James Tamsam $14.00 for value received, March 9, 1844, signed Joel Haugh, received $8.88, 9 March 1844, signed Thomas Greene. (2 pages)

314. Receipt of James K. Gidden from Thomas Green, $45.00 to be applied on an Execution, E. H. Beall vs. Thomas Green, 22 March 1844, signed James K. Gidden. (1 page)

315. Letter dated 28 May 1844 to Felix Green signed M. Betterin (?). Letter says to give Thomas Greene $5.00 owed him (Betterin) for attending to a case in Justice Court. (1 page)

316. Receipt of J. K. Gidden from Thomas Greene for $70.00, 17 September 1844, to be applied to fifa against him, signed J. K. Gidden. (1 page)

 

317. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Fulder and Turner, 1844, for $8.75, received payment December 7, signed Fulder and Turner. (1 page)

318. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Henry Key, 1844, for $8.12. (1 page)

319. Letter dated December. 30, 1844 to Thomas Greene signed Marlin T. Hollis by Boy Boson. (1 page)

320. Receipt of Felix H. Greene from the Administrators of Thomas Greene, Sr. for Negroes as his part of the distribution in January, 1838, signed January 11, 1845, David B. Gibson, J. P., Felix H. Greene,Talbot County, Georgia. Receipt of Felix Greene, Guardian, from the Administrators of the Estate of Thomas Greene, Sr. for four Negroes coming to Martha B. Fanning as part of her mother's distribution, January 1838, signed January 11, 1845, David B. Gibson, J. P., Felix H. Greene, Guardian, Talbot County, Georgia. Receipt of Thomas Greene, Guardian, from the Administrators of Thomas Greene, Sr. for four Negroes as the distributive share set apart to James G. Fanning, John T. Fanning, Elizabeth G. Fanning and Mary Ann Fanning in right of their mother, Elizabeth Fanning, formerly Elizabeth Greene, in division January, 1838, signed January 11, 1845, David B. Gibson, J. P., Thomas Greene, Guardian,Talbot County,Georgia. (1 page)

321. Note promising to pay J.W. Nunwn (?) or bearer $80.00 for value received, 23 July 1838, signed D. Johnston, Thomas Greene, received payment March 9, 1839 from Thomas Greene $64.73, signed J. W. Nunwn (?), due Thomas Greene $27.24, 9 March 1845. (2 pages)

322. Fifa, Talbot County Superior Court, Central Bank of Georgia vs. Thomas Green, received of George N. Forbes $140 on fifa, October 1, 1845, signed James K. Giddens. (1 page)

323. Statement of Thomas Green in account with T. H. Persons and Company, 1845, for $6.75, received payment January 1, 1846, signed T. H. Persons and Company. (1 page)

324. Receipt of James T. Livington, J. P. from Thomas Green for collection on note of Charles W. McKnight for $49.00, 17 January 1844, signed James T. Livingston, J. P. Receipt of Thomas Greene from T. Collins for $12.46 on receipt of J. T. Livington, 31 January 1846, signed Thomas Green. (2 pages)

325. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Brooks and Owens, 1845 for $21.75, received payment February 12, 1846, signed Brooks and Owens. (1 page)

326. Fifa,Talbot Count ySuperior Court, the Central Bank of Georgia vs. Thomas Green, received payment 7 April 1846 of Thomas Green, $8.00, signed J. K. Gidden, Sheriff. (1 page)

327. Receipt of Thomas Green from J. K. Giggen, D. Sheriff, for $16.80 to be applied to payment of fifa, 11 April 1846, signed J. K. Gidden, D. Sheriff. (1 page)

328. Letter dated 2 July 1846 ,Macon, signed Hardiman and Hamilton. Letter is about the sale of bales of cotton. (2 pages)

329. Letter dated October 7, 1846, Georgia, Cass County, to Thomas Green, Talbotton,Talbot County, Georgia, signed Abel Burch. Letter concerns a land lot in Cass County. (1 page)

330. Statement of Thomas Green for $794.06, received part payment February 11, 1847, receipt signed May 11, 1847, Hardiman and Hamilton. (1 page)

331. Statement of Thomas Green in account with J. M. Davis, 1848, for $13.75, received payment June 6, 1847, signed James M. Davis. (1 page)

332. Letter dated July 15, 1847, Georgia, Cass County, to Thomas Green signed Thomas L. Richardson. Letter tells that he (Richardson) has. moved on Green's land lot according to the contract and has planted it in corn. (1 page)

333. Letter dated September 23, 1847,Georgia ,Cass County to Thomas Green, talbotton, Georgia, signed Thomas Richardson. (3 pages)

334 . Letter dated 15 December 1847 to Thomas Greene, Esquire, signed M. Bitterine (?). (1 page)

335. Statement of Thomas Green in account with J. Ennis and Company, Columbus, March 1, 1848, for $58.58, received payment of $20.00. (1 page)

336. Letter dated July 22, 1848,Irwinton,Georgia to Thomas Green, Esquire ,Talbotton, Georgia, signed Thomas N. Beall. (2 pages)

337. Letter dated August 4, 1848, (?),Georgia, addressed Dear Sir, signed Silas 0. Quin. Letter concerns the selling of a land lot for Elijah Ogden. (1 page)

338. Contract between Thomas Green of Talbot County and Uriah Phillips of Cass County, Georgia, concerning land in Cass County, Georgia, signed 23 September 1848, Thomas Greene, witnesses(?) Phillips, Jesse Swain, J. P. Paper is badly stained. (1 page)

339. Letter dated 28 October 1848, Maconto Thomas Green, Talbot, signed Hardeman and Hamilton. (1 page)

340. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Joseph Colwell and Company, November 4, 1848 for $2.54, received payment signed Joseph Colwell and Company. (1 page)

341. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Joseph Colwell and Company, November 30, 1848, for $1.50, received payment signed Joseph Colwell and Company. (1 page)

342. Letter dated December 13, 1848, Wilkes County, to Thomas Green, Talbotton, Talbot County, Georgia, signed John Finley,Crawfordville,Georgia. (3 pages)

343. Statement of Thomas Green in account with William Hall, 1848, for $32.75, received payment in full January, 1849. (2 pages)

344. Statement of Thomas Green in account with W. Ragland for $2.00, received payment February 8, 1849, signed W. Ragland. (2 pages)

345. Statement of Thomas Green in account with I. Ennis and Company for 1848, for $63.33, received part payment June 26, 1849. (1 page) (

346. Letter (note) dated October .22, 1849 to Thomas Green signed Ratchford. Letter is about hiring a girl named Milia. (2 pages)

347. Letter dated December 1, 1849, Macon, to Thomas Green, Esquire, Bellview, Talbot County, Georgia, signed Hardeman and Hamilton. (2 pages)

Folder 10 -- Store account Book

348. Book, Store Account Book, 1835-1839. Receipts are dated 1850-1856. Book is in bad condition, pages have been torn and cut.

Folder 11 -- Thomas Green - 1850's

349. Statement of Thomas Green in account with J. H. and W. J. Weekes, 1849, for $7.68, received payment January 29, 1850, signed J. H. and W. J. Weeks. (1 page)

350. Letter dated July 20, 1850, Jeffersonton, to Thomas Green, Esquire, Talbotton, Talbot County, Georgia, signed Henry R. Fort. (2 pages)

351. Letter dated 21 September 1850, Adairsville, Georgia, Esquire, Belview,Talbot County, Georgia, signed Jonathan McDow. Letter is about wheat crop. (3 pages)

352. Letter dated November 14, 1851, Marion County, Georgia, to Mr. Green, signed Thomas P. Upton wants to know about land lots in Stewart County that are for sale. (1 page)

353. Statement of Thomas Green in account with James D. Cottingham and Company for $98.90, received payment 29 December 1851, signed James D. Cottingham. (2 pages)

354. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Brewster and Fanning, 1851, for $19.52 3/4, received payment January 1, 1852, signed Brewster and Fanning. (2 pages)

355. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Thomas A. Brown, 1851, received payment January 14, 1852, signed T. A. Brown. (2 pages)

356. Statement of Thomas Green in account with J. H. and W. J. Weeks, 1851, received payment January 28, 1852, signed J. H. and W. J. Weeks. (1 page)

357. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Hardeman and Hamilton, 1851, for $835.54, received payment March 12, 1852, Macon, to Thomas Green, Bellvue, Talbot County, signed Hardeman and Hamilton. Letter is about the price of cotton. (3 pages)

358. Statement of Thomas Greene, Esquire, in account with Davis and Ellison, for 1851, for $22.15, received payment April 7, 1852, signed Davis and Ellison. (1 page)

359. Letter dated 27 July 1852 to Mr. C. Winn, signed Thomas Greene. Letter is about corn. Letter on back addressed Dear Sir, signed Clint Wynn. (2 pages)

360. Note promising to pay William Stallings or bearer $150.00 for value received, 4 August 1852, signed Thomas Green. (1 page)

361. Letter dated 27 August 1852, Adairsville, to Mr. Thomas Green, Esquire, signed Jonathan McDow. Letter is about corn and Wheat crop. (2 pages)

362. Note dated December .28, 1852, to Mr. Green asking for $3.00 to buy salt, signed F. C. J. Ratchford. (1 page)

363. Letter dated January 20, 1853, Calhoun, Gordon County, Georgia, to Thomas Green, signed William H. Dabney (?). Letter is about the right of away through lots. (1 page)

364. Statement of Thomas Green, Sr. in account with Thomas A. Brown, Talbotton, Georgia, 1852, for $72.46, received payment February 28, 1853, signed T. A. Brown. (1 page)

365. Statement of Charly Wise in account with Thomas Green for $50.42, settled in full May 8, 1853, signed H. S. Smith. (1 page)

366. Note promising to pay by the 25th of December John Blount or bearer $110.00 for the hire of a Negro man, Anthony, March 30, 1853, signed Thomas Greene, paid May 10, 1853. (2 pages)

367. Letter dated July 16, 1853, Wilkes County, Georgia, to Thomas Green, Talbotton, Talbot County,Georgia, signed John Finley. Letter is about crops. John Finley is a brother to Thomas Green's wife, Isabel. 2 pages)

368. Statement of Thomas Greene in account with the Estate of S. P. Yarbrough, Talbotton, Georgia, 1852, for $2.72 1/2, received payment January 3, 1853, signed H. Jones, Administrator. (1 page)

369. Fifa, Taliaferro County Superior Court, Isabel Finley vs. Thomas Chaffin, principle and .John Dewberry, security. Receipt of John Finley, Administrator, from Thomas Green for $10.00 in full payment for the fifa and judgement, December 6, 1853, signed John Finley, Administrator, C. L. Barbour, witness, Benjamin B. Handen, Justice of the Peace. (1 page)

370. Statement of Thomas Green in account with J. H. and W. J. Weeks, Talbotton, Georgia, January, 1854, for $21.00, receipt signed J. H. and W. J. Weeks. (1 page)

371. Letter dated February 10, 1854, Talbotton, Georgia, to John Findley, signed Thomas Green. Letter is about a debt owed John Findley's mother. (2 pages)

372. Statement of Thomas Green in account with J. M. and H. F. Mathews, Talbotton, December 11, 1852, for $49.68, received payment March 24, 1854, signed J. M. and H. F. Mathews. (1 page)

373. Letter dated 3 July 1854 to T. Green, signed J. C. Lennard. Lennard tells Green that his hogs have gotten into his corn crop. (1 page)

374. List of iterns borrowed from Thomas Greene, December, 1854, William Hall-31 yards of bagging and 94 pounds of rope, John Hamel -60 yardsof bagging and 8 pounds of rope, Mr Reedy -60 yardsof bagging and 60 pounds of rope, E. C. Ratchford -15 pounds of flour and 49 pounds of salt. (1 page)

375. Statement of Thomas Green in account with J. M. and H. F.Mathews, Talbotton, January 3, 1854, for $15.79, received payment January 29, 1855, signed J. M. and H. F. Mathews. (1 page)

376. Statement of Thomas Green, Bellview, Georgia in account with P. L. Mize, 1854, for $10.03, received payment in full by cash, signed P. L. Mize. (1 page)

377. Statement of Thomas Green in account with T. H. Persons, Talbotton, Georgia, 1855, for $32.62, received payment in full signed T. H. Persons. (1 page)

378. Statement of Thomas Green in account with J. H. and W. J. Weekes, Talbotton, Georgia, 1854, for $93.00, received payment February 10, 1855, signed J. H. and W. J. Weekes. (1 page)

379. Note promising to pay on 25 December 1865 S. A. Simonton, Administrator of the Estate of E. Simonton, $401.00, signed February 5, 1856, Thomas Greene and W. Mambell (?), received $150.00, 25 December 1856, received payment in full 27 December 1856. (2 pages)

380. Note promising to pay on or before 25 December 1856, James Bunkly or bearer $321.00 for value received 22 March 1856, signed Thomas Greene, received $175.00, July 31, 1856. (2 pages)

381. Statement of Thomas Greene in account with H. Middlebrook and Company, Columbus, Georgia, March 25, 1856, for $32.15, received payment signed H. Middlebrook. (1 page)

382. Statement of Thomas Green in account with T. W. Stanford, 1856, for $57.46, received payment March 25, 1856, signed Thomas W. Stanford. (1 page)

383. Statement of Thomas Green in account with J. H. Weekes and Company, for $16.80, received payment October 4, 856, signed J. H. Weekes and Company. (1 page)

384. Note promising to pay Jesse Carter or bearer $1250.00, amount of the first payment for the mill tract of land, signed 4 December 1856, Thomas Greene. (1 page)

385. Statement of Thomas Green in account with McQueen, Drane and Higbee, 1854, for $25.96, received payment January 7, 1857, signed H. H. McQueen. (1 page)

386. Statement of Thomas Green in account with H. H. McQueen for $88.80, balance due in 1854 $30.44, received payment January 1, 1857, signed H. H. McQueen. (2 pages)

387. Letter dated January 10, 1857, at Home Place, to Thomas Green, signed W. R. Neal. Letter is about the delivery of a woman, Eleanor to Thomas Green. (2 pages)

388. Statement of Thomas Green in account with T. H. Persons and Son, Talbotton, Georgia, 1856, for $14.43, received payment February 3, 1857, signed T. H. Persons and Son. (1 page)

389. Note promising to pay by 25 December 1857, $162.50 to Thomas Thornton or bearer for value received, March 4, 1857, signed Thomas Greene. Part is missing. Name is on back. (2 pages)

390. Note promising to pay M. Bethune (?) or bearer $75.00 for value received, July 5, 1857, signed Thomas Greene, paid April (?). (1 page)

391. Stattement of Thomas Greene, Esquire, showing that Stewart, Gray and Company's Ware House, Columbus, Georgia has sold four bales of cotton for Thomas Green for $250.50, 8 July 1857. (1 page)

392. Letter dated 13 July 1857 ,Columbus, Georgia, to Thomas Green, Esquire, Bellview, signed Stewart, Gray and Company. Letter is about the sale of cotton. (1 page)

393. Case in Talbot County Superior Court, Rush (?) vs. Green, signed September 19, 1857, B. Hill, L. B. Smith. Writing is difficult to read. (1 page)

394. Letter dated December 26, 1857,HarrisCounty, to Thomas Green, signed F. Q. H. Gerry (?). (1 page)

395. Statement of Thomas Green in account with J. M. and H. F. Mathews, Talbotton, 1857, for $22.42, received payment signed J. M. and H. F. Mathews. 1 page)

396. Statement of Thomas Green in account with J. P. Strickland, 1857, for $3.90, received payment April 10, 1858, signed J. P. Strickland. (1 page)

397. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Laniel (?) and Neul, for $13.70, received payment April 11, 1858, signed Laniel (?) and Neul. (1 page)

398. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Brown and Miller, Talbotton, Georgia, 1857, for $41.20, received payment, signed Brown and Miller by G. A. Miller. (1 page)

399. Statement of Thomas green showing that Hughes, Daniel and Company, Columbus, Georgia, has sold 29 bales of cotton for Thomas Green to C. Wise for $1353.74, June 4, 1858. (1 page)

400. Letter dated June 6, 1858,Hillsboro, Union County, Arkansas, addressed Dear Brother, signed your Brother, J. B. F. Greene. Letter is about a land warrant and Texas. (3 pages)

401. Statement of Thomas Green, Esquire, in account with Hughes, Daniel and Company, 1858, for $1353.74, received payment June 11, 1858, signed Hughes, Daniel and Company by R. R. Rutherford. (1 page)

402. Statement of Thomas Green in account with D. Bryan for 1858, for $3.00, received payment February 17, D. Bryan. (1 page)

403. Letter dated March 8, 1859,Hot Springs County,Arkansas to Thomas Green, Bellview,Talbot County,Georgia,- signed William T. McKnight. (2 pages)

404. Statement of Thomas Green in account with T. A. Brown for 1858, for $3.00, received payment April 5, 1859, signed Thomas H. Brown by Thomas Hicks. (1 page)

405. Order that William F. Moore, William Hall, John Howard and William Hawkins be appointed reviewers to review and report upon the utility of the changing of the road at Thomas Green's mill, signed May 2, 1859, George W. Forbes, Clerk. (1 page)

406. Petition,Talbot County,Georgia, to theI nferior Court, of said county in behalf of Thomas Green, that he be allowed to keep the gates he has across the road until he lays his crop provided he will build a good bridge across the pond, signed May 12, 1859. (1 page)

407. Report to Talbot County, Georgia, Inferior Court, by W. F. Moon, John Howard and George Kellum, Reviewers, having to do with Thomas Green's gates, May 14, 1859. (3 pages)

408. Statement of Thomas Green in account with T. H. Persons and Son, Talbotton, Georgia, 1858, for $23.68, received payment T. H. Persons and son by Henry Persons. (1 page)

409. Note promising to pay before 25 December1859 C. J. Fox or bearer $195.08 for value received, February 1, 1859, signed Thomas Greene. Note promising to pay before December 25,1859, C. J. Fox or bearer $14.63 for value received, 9 July 1859, signed Thomas Greene. (1 page)

410. Statement of Thomas Greene in account with Redd, Preer and Company, Columbus, Georgia, 1858 for $45.81, received part payment June 27, received payment November 3, 1859, signed Redd, Freer and Company. (1 page)

411. Statement of (?) Nance in account with Thomas Greene for 14 bales of cotton for $708.70, paid by W. C. Gray, October 13, 185?. (1 page)

Folder 12 -- Thomas Green - 1860's

412. Statement of Thomas Green in account with W. W. Wilson, 1860, for $12.50, received payment signed w.W. Wilson. (1 page)

413. Statement of Thomas Green in account with J. P. Strickland, 1859, for $11.80, received payment January 9, 1860, signed J. P. Strickland. (1 page)

414. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Daniel Brown, Talbotton, Georgia, 1859, for $6.50, received payment January 9, 1860, signed Daniel Brown. (1 page)

415. Letter dated 16 January 1860, Macon, to Thomas Green, Esquire, Talbotton, Georgia, signed Hardeman and Sparks. Letter is about cotton. (1 page)

416. Statement of Mr. Green in account with J. Ennis and Company, Columbus, Georgia, January 17, 1860, for $7.92, received payment signed J. Ennis and Company. (1 page)

417. Statement of Thomas Green in account with A. L. Acee, M. D., for 1858, 1859, for $55.75, received payment January 23, 1860, signed A. L. Acee, M. D. (1 page)

418. Statement of M. M. Nance in account with Thomas Green, Columbus, 25 January 1860. Letter to Mr. Green signed Redd, Preer. Letter is about cotton. (1 page)

419. Statement of Thomas Green in account with James Maund, 1860, for $9.15, received payment February 5, 1860, signed W. B. (?). (1 page)

420. S tatement of Thomas Greene in account with David Bryan, 1859, for $5.183/4, received payment February 15, 1860, signed David Bryan. (1 page)

421. Note promising to pay James Little or bearer $100.00 for value received, February 28, 1860, signed Thomas Greene. (1 page)

422. Letter dated March 10, 1860, Columbus, Georgia, to Thomas Greene, signed M. J. Wellborn. (1 page)

423. Court order, Talbot County, Georgia, that Thomas Green, John Howard and William T. Hall be appointed Commissioners of the Patrol in 904 (?) District in Talbot County for the year, signed May 7, 1860, George N. Forbes, Clerk. (1 page)

424. Letter, printed, dated June 15, 1860, Columbus, Georgia, Alabama Warehouse addressed Dear Sir, from King, Allen and Camak. (1 page)

425. Letter dated (?) August 1860, Wilmington, Delaware, addressed Dear Sir, from Banks and Company. (1 page)

426. Letter dated September 10, 1860,Macon Georgia to Mr. Green, signed E. C. Ratchford. (2 pages)

427. Letter dated September 25, 1860,Macon, Georgia, to Mr. Green, signed E. C. Ratchford. (1 page)

428. Statement of Thomas Green in account with J. Ennis and Company, Columbus, Georgia, September 26, 1860, for $29.45. (1 page)

429. Letter dated October 13, 1860, Columbus, to Thomas Greene, Esquire, Talbotton, signed Greenwood and Gray. (1 page)

430. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Denis and Giddings, 1860, for $5.00, received payment January 19, 1861, signed Dennis and Giddings. (1 page)

431. Statement of Thomas Green in account with L. swans(?), 1860, for $2.20, received payment January 19, 1861, signed L. Swans (?). (1 page)

432. Statement of James Wotten, Esquire, in account with Thomas Green, for 30 bales of cotton, for $1347.84, received $233.13 payment 20 March 1861. (1 page)

433. Note dated March 28, 1861, to Mr. Green, signed Charles J. Fox. (1 page)

434. Statement of Thomas Green in account with King, Allen and Camak, Columbus, Georgia, March 29, 1861, for $39.05, received payment signed King, Allen and Camak. (1 page)

435. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Greenwood J. Gran, after March 29, 1861, for $233.13. (1 page)

436. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Columbus Factory, Columbus, Georgia, for $60.00, received payment March 30, 1861 by Henry O. Meiss. (1 page)

437. tatement of Thomas Green in account with Redd Preen and Company, for $26.90, received payment March 30, 1861, signed Redd Preen and Company. (1 page)

438. Statement of Thomas Green in account with J. P. Strickland for 1860, for $60.58, received payment April 1, 1861, signed J. P. Strickland. (1 page)

439. Statement of Thomas Green in account with Spain Chapman and Company, June 21, for $1.20, received payment April 6, 1861, signed Spain Chapman and Company. (1 page)

440. Statement for $228.50, received payment 13 January 1862, by note, signed W. J. Weekes and Company. Part is missing. (2 pages)

441. Statement of Thomas Greene in account with G. W. Jones, for 1843, for $25.00, received payment signed J. M. Jones for G. W. Jones. (1 page)

442. Letter dated September 15, 1863, Webster County, Georgia, to Thomas Green, signed James T. Perkins. Letter is about buying land owned by Thomas Green in Webster County. (1 page)

443. Form of List or return to be exhibited by every farmer, planter or grazier, to the Assessor, on or about 1 March 1864, all hogs he may have slaughtered since 24 April 1863, the date of the act and before 1 March 1864, in accordance with provisions of section 12 of an act to lay taxes for the common defence and carry on the government of the Confederate States, signed by Thomas Greene of Talbot County,Georgia, 14 March 1864, W. G. McBryd, Assessor. (1 page)

444. Letter dated September 12, 1864, to Mr. Green, signed L. F. Perry. Letter is about buying Green's land in Webster County. (2 pages)

Folder 13 -- Thomas Green- Miscellaneous

445. Note promising to pay Thomas Greene $5.00 when she sells her land in Coweta County, Georgia, known by number 34, signed Mary Brag, her mark. (1 page)

446. List of cases on Adam's Docket, Thomas Green vs. Larkin Colbert, signed Philip Adams, J. P. (1 page)

447. Statement of Caleb Sappington in account with Thomas Greene, for $6.62 amount due. (1 page)

448. Statement of Thomas Greene, Sr. in account with Peter F. Mahone for $27.02. (2 pages)

449. Statement of Thomas Green, Jr. in account with J. B. Hicks and Company for $18.50. (1 page)

450. Letter dated 14 February (?),Randolph County, addressed Mr. Thomas Green,Talbot County, Georgia, signed Willy (?) Ben (?). (3 pages)

451. Letter, no date, addressed Thomas Green, at home signed James Elleson. (2 pages)

452. Part of a receipt of Thomas Greene. (1 page)

Folder 14 -- Isabella Greene

453. Note to Mrs. Greene signed James F. Marshall. On the back is part of a receipt dated 1861. Note is about giving in land in Webster Countyto the tax receiver. (2 pages)

454. Letter dated April 7, 1861, Saliene County, Arkansas to Mr. and Mrs. Greene, signed William T. McKnight. Letter is about succeeding [secession?]. (2 pages)

455. Letter dated October 25, 1861,Camp Stephens, Griffin, Georgia, addressed Dear Mother, signed your son D. Greene. He tells that he is well but many are sick with the measles. He has decided to raise the price of his horse from $250.00 to $350.00. (1 page)

456. Letter dated November 8, 1861, Manassas, Virginia, addressed Dear Mother, signed David Greene. He tells that he has moved from Griffin, Georgia to Manassas, Virginia. On the way he saw 500 Yankee prisoners and four Negroes and sent them to Richmond. He tells that his regiment (Company K, 27th Regiment Georgia Voluntter Infantry, Army of Tennessee, C.S.A.) is building a bridge over the Occoquan River. (4 pages)

457. Letter dated January 30, 1862, Wilmington, North Carolina, addressed Dear Mother, signed Henry C. Greene. He tells that he has been on March. Letter addressed Dear Sister, signed H. C. Greene. (2 pages)

458. Letter dated February 13, 1862,Camp Pickens, Manassas, Virginia, addressed Dear Mother, signed Sergt. D. Greene. He tells that the capture of Roanoke Island was a disaster to the South's cause. (3 pages)

459. Letter dated February 26, 1862,Camp Pickens, Manassas, Virginia, addressed Dear Mother, signed David Greene.He tells that the Yankees are advancing on Centreville and that they will be attacked in a few days. (2 pages)

460. Letter dated March 14, 1862,Camp Rappahannock, Virginia, addressed Dear Mother, signed D. Greene. He tells that they have moved from Manassas to Rappahannock River, which is 35 miles from Manassas Junction.· General Johnston has evacuated Centerville. The enemy has not attacked them yet. (3 pages)

461. Letter dated April 23, 1862, Richmond, Virginia, addressed Dear Mother, signed D. Greene. He tells that they have now moved to York Town. Here he was very sick and went to Richmond to get well. He tells of a fight in YorkTown in which they lost eight men and the enemy lost between 400 and 500. (2 pages)

462. Letter dated May 2, 1862,Yorktown, Virginia, addressed Dear Mother, signed D. Greene . He tells that he is still in Richmond but will soon go back toYorktown. He tells of the surrender of New Orleans and General Lovell. (4 pages)

463. Letter dated May 5, 1862, Richmond, Virginia, addressed Dear Mother, signed D. Greene. He tells that the army has started evacuating Richmond. (2 pages)

464. Letter dated January, 1863, Charleston, South Carolina, addressed Dear Mother, signed H. C. Greene. (2 pages)

465. Letter dated January 13, 1863,Chattoga County, Georgia, addressed Dear Sister, signed Gracy Rounswall. Letter is about the family. (2 pages)

466. Letter dated March 31, 1863, Talbotton,Georgia, to Mrs. Green, signed E. C. Ratchford. Letter is dim and hard to read. (2 pages)

467. Letter dated June 1, 1863, Chattooga County, Georgia, addressed My Dear Sister, signed Gracy Rounswall. Letter tells of her son David. Letter addressed Dear Cousin Jennie, signed Fannie. (2 pages)

468. Letter dated June 2, 1863, Yazoo City, Mississippi, addressed Dear Mother, signed H. C. Greene. Letter is about seeing his brother William. (4 pages)

469. Letter dated August 25, 1863, Chattooga County, Georgia, addressed My Dear Sister, signed G. Rounswall. She tells about her son,s being in the Battle of Baker's Creek. (2 pages)

470. Letter dated September 18, 1863, near Talbotton, Georgia, to Mrs. Green, signed E. C. Ratchford. Letter is about selling cattle for Fannie. (1 page)

471. Letter dated November 22, 1863, Marion, Mississippi, to Mrs. Green, addressed Dear Mother, signed William Green. (1 page)

472. Letter dated November 30, 1863, Chattoga County, Georgia, addressed My Dear Sister, signed Gracy Rounswall. She tells that they expect the Yankees daily. She tells of a battle at Lookout. (2 pages)

473. Letter dated December 23, 1863, Marion Station, Mississippi, addressed Most Dear and Affectionate Mother, signed William Green. Letter is very dim and hard to read. (2 pages)

474. Letter dated January 8, 1864, Dalton, Georgia, addressed Dear Mother, signed H. C. Green. (4 pages)

475. Letter dated June 22, 1864, at home, to Mrs. Greene, signed James F. Marshall. He tells that he can not be administrator to Mr. Greene's Estate. (2 pages)

476. Statement of Mrs. I. Greene in account with Peter E. Dennis, 1864 for $294.00. (2 pages)

477. Statement of Mrs. I. Greene in account with William Hall, 866, for Shop Work. William Hall in account with Isabella Greene for four bushels of oats, $5.00. (2 pages)

478. Letter dated August 21, 1866, Chattooga County, Georgia, addressed My Dear Sister, signed Gracy Rounswall. (3 pages)

479. Letter dated September 29, 1866, Chattoogaville City, addressed Dear Sister, signed your brother, Samuel Finley. (1 page)

480. Letter dated December 2, 1866, Arkadelphia, Arkansas, to Mrs. Isabella Green, addressed Dear Grandmother, signed Alexander McKnight. (1 page)

 

481. Letter dated March 6, 1867, Chattoogaville, Chattooga City, addressed Dear Sister, signed Your Brother, Sam Finley. Letter is about Bill of Injunction. (2 pages)

482. Statement of Mrs. Green in account with W. J. Weekes, Talbotton, Georgia, July 30, 1867, for $22.00. (1 page)

483. Statement McGehee in account with Isabella Green, February 25, 1868, for $90.45. (1 page)

484. Letter dated December 18, 1868, Arkadelphia, Clark County, Arkansas, addressed Dear Grandma, signed Alex McKnight. (1 page)

485. Statement of I. Green in account with Gray, Bedell and Hughes, Columbus, Georgia, December 18, 1868, for two bales of cotton $217.63. (1 page)

486. Letter dated 21 July 1869, State Lunatic Asylum, near Milledgeville, Georgia, to Mrs. Isabella Greene, Talbotton, Georgia, signed Thomas F.Green, Superintendent per Fleming G. Grieve, Secretary. Letter is about money being taken from her son and a wound on his head. (1 page)

487. Letter dated January 5, 1870, addressed Dear Aunt, signed Your Niece, E. J. Reese. Letter is about a visit to the Asylum to see her cousin William. (2 pages)

488. Letter dated 7 July 1870, Office Superintendent and President Physician, State Lunatic Asylum, nea rMilledgeville, Georgia, to Mrs. Isabella Greene,Talbotton, Georgia, signed T. O. Powell, 1st Apt. Physician, per Fleming G. Grieve, Secretary. Letter tells that her son is in good health and there has been some slight mental improvement. (1 page)

489. Letter dated August 22, 1870, Crawfordsville, Georgia, addressed Dear Sister, signed Elizabeth Lyle. Letter addressed Dear Cousin Matie, signed Emertine Hackney. (3 pages)

490. Letter dated November 6, 1870, Atlanta, Georgia, addressed My dear Aunt, signed Thomas Finley. (3 pages)

491. Letter dated March 27, 1871,Chattooga County, Georgia, addressed My Dear Aunt, signed Fannie Rounswall. (2 pages)

492. Letter dated April 17, 1871,Wilkes County, Georgia, addressed Dear Sister, signed Elizabeth Lyle. (2 pages)

493. Letter dated January 19 (on envelope), to Mrs. Isabella Green,Talbotton, Georgia addressed Dear Cousin, signed Fannie R. (2 pages)

494. Note dated December 2, addressed Dear Sister. Note is about David's being at home. (1 page)

495. Note to Mrs. Green signed L. B. McGiny (?). Note tells Mrs. Green to get the wheat off. (1 page)

496. List and values of animals and farm goods of Mrs. Isabella Greene and Henry C. Greene. (1 page)

497. Statement of (?) Stewart in account with I. Green, for cotton and storage for $138.45. (1 page)

498. List of things to be gotten for I. Green. (1 page)

Folder 15 --David Greene

499. Statement of Thomas Green in account with McQueen, Drane and Migbee, November, 1855, for $27.82, for tuition of D. Green for one year, received payment December 25, 1856, signed McQueen, Drane and Migbee by E.·L. Migbee. (1 page)

500. Letter dated August 13, 1856, Hot Springs County, Arkansas, to David Greene, Bellview, Talbot County, Georgia, addressed Dear Brother, signed William T. Mcknight. (3 pages)

501. Letter dated August 8, 1858, Hot Springs County, Arkansas, addressed M. Greene, signed William T. McKnight. (2 pages).

502. Report of David Greene from Jackson Academy, September 1., 1858, signed John Dozier. (1 page)

503. Letter dated February 13, 1859. Oglethorpe University, addressed Mr. David Greene, signed your friend, William McD. Letter mention's David's being in Geneva. (3 pages)

504. Letter dated February 17, 1859, Midway, Georgia, addressed Dear Friend David, signed Samuel McDowell. (3 pages)

505. Letter dated April 16, 1859, Oglethorpe University, addressed Dear friend, signed William McDowell. (3 pages)

506. Letter dated June 5, 1859,Hot Springs County, Arkansas, addressed.Mr. David Greene, signed William T. McKnight. (1 page)

507. Letter dated June 25, 1859, Oglethorpe University, Talmge, addressed My Friend David, signed Samuel McDowell. Letter is about school. (3 pages)

508 . Letter dated October 8, 1859, Geneva, addressed Dear Friend, signed A. A. Dozier. (3 pages)

509. Receipt of David Green, Talbotton, from Chronicle and Sentinel, for subscription to weekly from May 17, 1860 to May 17, 1861, for $2.00, received payment May 17, 1860, Augusta, signed W. J. Jones. ·(1 page)

510. Letter dated June 3, 1860, Irvinginsis College, Civitote, Tennessee, to David Green, addressed Dear Friend, signed G. W. Walton. (3 pages)

511. Letter dated August 11, 1860, Irving College, Tennessee, addressed Sir, signed G. W. Walton. (3 pages)

512. Letter dated August 31, 1860, Crawfordville, Georgia, to David Green, addressed Dear Cousin, signed James Lyle. (2 pages)

513. Letter dated September 16, 1860, Stewart County, Georgia, to David Greene, Talbotton, Georgia, addressed Dear Brother, signed Charles H. M (?) • He mentions that Fanny has another son born September 9, 1860. {2 pages)

514. Letter dated December 12, 1861,Talbotton, Georgia, to Private David Greene, in care of Captain H. Bussey, 27th Georgia Regiment, Manassas, Virginia, addressed Dear Son, signed Isabella Greene. She tells that new companies are trying to be organized in the valley for the coast. Leonard Rush will be the circuit preacher next year. (2 pages)

515. Letter dated May 26, 1862, Talbotton, Georgia, addressed Dear Son, signed Mother I. Greene. Letter is mostly about the wheat crop. (3 pages)

516. Note to D. Green from Office of Chronicle and Sentinel, August,Georgia, telling him that his subscription will expire July 17, 1862, from W. S. Jones. Form letter. (1 page)

517 Letter, no date, Irvinginsis College, Crostate, Tennessee, addressed Dear Friend, signed G. W. Walton. (3 pages)

518. Address made by David Greene. (2 pages)

Folder 16 -- Henry Greene

519. Letter dated November 17, 1868, to Henry Greene, signed your brother, H. N. Mathews. He wants Henry to go see Ben Calisle and buy all the corn and cotton seed he can and 4000 pounds of fodder. (2 pages)

520. Letter dated August 8, 1871, Antioch, Georgia, addressed Dear Henry, signed John T. Holyelaw (?). Holyelaw says that Joel Jordan owes him $100.00 and he is anxious to get it. (1 page)

521. Statement of H. C. Green in account with Preer, Illges and company, Columbus, Georgia, January 26, 1872, for $178.46, received payment signed Preere, Illges and Company, by Abbots. (1 page)

522. Statement of H. C. Greene and Finley Greene, Talbotton, Georgia, from Southern Life Insurance Company, Atlanta, Georgia, 7 January 1876.  The 4 1/3 Annual Payment of $104.94 on Policy 12288 is due. (1 page)

Folder 17 -- Margaret Greene

523. Letter dated February, 1864,Dalton,Georgia, to M. J. Greene, addressed Dear Sister, signed H. c. Greene. (3 pages)

524. Letter dated August 27, 1864, near Atlanta, addressed Dear sister Margrett, signed C. H. Matthews. Letter is dim. (2 pages)

525. Note dated August 19, at home to Miss M. J. Green, addressed Dear Margaret, signed Nancy J. Pound. (2 pages)

Folder 18 -- Mattie Greene

526. Letter dated December 15, 1861,Camp Pickens, Manassas, Virginia, addressed Dear Mattie, signed your affectionate brother, David Greene. (3 pages)

527. Letter dated February 9, 1862,Camp Pickens, Manassas, Virginia, addresses Dear Sister, signed Sergt. D. Greene. (4 pages)

528. Letter dated February 18, 1862,Camp Pickens, Manassas, Virginia, addressed Dear Sister, signed Sergt. D. Greene, Company K, 27th Georgia Regiment, Col. L. B. Smith, Commander, Manassas, Virginia. He mentions the defeat at Fort Henry in Tennessee and Roanoke Island in North Carolina. He tells that it is rumored General Pillow has surrendered Fort Danelson to the Yankees. ( 3 pages)

529. Letter dated March 23, 1862, Camp near Rapidan, Virginia, addressed Dear Mattie, signed your affectionate brother, D. Greene. He tells that they marched from Camp Pickens to the new camp. General Johnston has evacuated Centersville, Manassas and several other places on the Potomac and has fallen [back] to the Rapidan River. He tells that they have a large army, 80 or 90 thousand man. (2 pages)

530. Letter dated May 18, 1862, camp near Richmond, addressed Dear Sister, signed David Greene. He mentions the fight at Williamsburg on the fifth of the month in which a great many lives were lost. They are camped within three miles of Richmondand the Yankees are right after them. (3 pages)

531. Letter dated June 25, 1870, Talbot City, Georgia, addressed My Dear Aunt Mattie, signed Mattie A. Mathews, added P. S. by Savannah I. Mathews. (2 pages)

532. Letter dated December, Dalton, Georgia, to Mattie, addressed Dear Sister, signed H. C. Greene. Letter is dark. (2 pages)

Folder 19 -- Virginia Greene

533. Letter dated September 24, 1861, Antioch, to Miss V. Greene, addressed My Dear Cousin, signed Sallie A. Greene. Letter is about the family and war. (3 pages)

534. Letter dated October 31, 1861, Camp Stephens, near Griffin, Georgia, addressed Dear Sister, signed David Greene, Talbot Volunteers, care of Captain H. Bussey, Company K, camp Stephens, Griffin, 21 Georgia Regiment, Georgia. He tells that Camp Stephens may be their headquarters for the winter, however, they may be sent home until the government can furnish them with arms. (3 pages)

535. Letter dated June 24, 1862, Charleston, South Carolina to Virginia C. Greene, addressed Dear Sister, signed Charles H. Matthews. He mentions the death of Brother D. Greene. (2 pages)

536. Letter dated August 12, 1862, Antioch, to Virginia Greene, addressed My Dearest Cousin, signed Sallie A. death of Cousin David Greene. (4 pages)

537. Letter dated September 8, 1862, Antioch, to Virginia Greene, addressed My Dearest Cousin, signed Sallie A. Greene. (4 pages)

538. Letter dated October 11, 1862, Antioch, addressed My dear Cousin, signed Sallie A. Greene. Letter is of family news. (2 pages)

539. Letter dated December 22, 1862, Antioch, addressed My Dearest Cousin, signed Sissie A. Greene (Sallie). Letter is about family in the war and what a dull Christmas they are having at home. (2 pages)

540. Letter dated January 10, 1863, Antioch, to Miss Virginia Greene, addressed My dearest Cousin, signed Sissie. (2 pages)

541. Letter dated September 30, 1863, Landerdale Springs, Mississippi, to Virginia C. Greene. Letter is about their brother William. Letter is dim. (2 pages)

542. Letter dated October 3, 1863, Landerdale, County, Mississippi, to V. C. Greene, addressed Dear Sister, signed M. E. Greene. Letter is about Brother William. Letter is dim. (2 pages)

543. Letter dated January 1, 1864, Dalton, Georgia, to Virginia Greene, addressed Dear Sister, signed H. C. Greene. Letter is about the war. He tells that there seems to be no end. (2 pages)

544. Letter dated January 20, 1864, Antioch, Troup (?) County, Georgia, to Virginia Greene, addressed My Dear Jinnie. Letter is missing a page and is very dim. (2 pages)

545. Letter dated August, 1864, Antioch, Georgia, addressed Dear Ginnie, signed your true friend cricket. Letter is mostly about the war. (2 pages)

546. Letter dated September 3, 1869, Antioch, Georgiat o Miss Jinnie Greene, Tabotton, Talbot County, Georgia, addressed My Dear Cousin Jennie, signed Yze (?) H. (2 pages)

547. Letter dated February 15, camp near Dalton, to Miss V. C. Greene, Company B. Alabama Brigade, Steward's Division. He tells of moving the camp. He will marry in March when he gets a furlough. (3 pages)

548. Invitation to Misses Greene and Sisters to attend a party at Mr. M.Harvey's May 24. (1 page)

549. Letter, no date, to Miss Virginia C. Greene, Miss Mattie J. R.Greene, Miss Margret Greene, signed Sallie A. Greene. (2 pages)

550. Letter dated December (?) , camp near Dalton, to Miss Virginia C. Greene, addressed Dear Cousin, signed E. W. Greene. (6 pages)

551. Letter dated December (?), camp near Dalton, addressed Dear Cousin, signed E. W. Greene. Letter is an account of a battle on the 24th of November. (4 pages)

Folder 20 -- Miscellaneous Letters

552. Letter dated October 18, 1862, Charleston, S. Carolina, Carliener, addressed Sister, signed Henry Clay Greene. {2 pages)

553. Letter dated April a, 1863, Charleston, South Carolina, addressed Dear Sister, signed H. C. Greene. Letter is about the bombardment of FortSumter. {2 pages)

554. Letter dated May 22, 1863, Madison County, Mississippi, addressed Dear sister. Letter is dim and part is missing. (2 pages)

556. Letter dated November 5, 1863, Camp near Cleavlin, Tennessee, addressed Dear Uncle, signed Felix Albert Greene, Company F, 8th Texas Calvery, Harrison's Brigade, Whorton's Division,Rome,Georgia. Letter is about the family. He mentions Cousin Dave's death in Richmond and Cousin Dock's death in Arkansas. He tells that Sister Ann is dead and his mother's cousin, John Fanning is dead. Cousin Ann McKnight is dead. Letter is also about the war. (4 pages)

557. Letter dated December 22, 1863, Camp Beasley, addressed Dear Cousin, signed William H. Greene. He tells that there is no prospect of peace, war threatens to continue for years. Letter is dim. (2 pages)

558. Letter dated October 31, 1868, Arkadelphia, Arkansas, addressed Dear Uncle, signed Alex McKnight. He calls him Uncle Finley in the letter. (3 pages)

559. Letter dated Sunday morning, addressed Dear Sister, signed Fannie M. Note on the back signed Mattie. (2 pages)

560. Letter dated August 19, 186?, Morten Station, addressed Dear Sister, signed H. C. Greene. He tells that Dave died. (2 pages)

561. Letter, no date, Macon, addressed Dear sir,·signed Thomas Hardeman. Part is missing. (1 page)

Folder 21 -- Miscellaneous Materials

562. Indenture made 6 March 1866,Talbot County, Georgia, between William Greene of Talbot County and Peter F. Mahone, Administrator of Thomas Greene ofTalbot County, signed William Greene. (1 page)

563. Statement of H. C. Mathews in account with J. C. Andrews and Company, Columbus, Georgia, October 19, 1866, for $74.80. Received payment signed J. C. Andrews and Company. (1 page)

564. Note promising to pay I. F. Little or bearer $52.50, borrowed cash, December 31, 1866, signed J. A. J. Vinser. (1 page)

565. Hostetter's Illustrated United States Almanac, 1868.

566. Fragment of a letter dated October 10, 1869. (1 page)

567 Statement of ? (Barden) in account with Patrick Gornelly for $109.45, January 26, 1872. (1 page)

568. Booklet to the cotton planter from the office of Daniel Pratt, Prattville, Alabama. 1872. (1 page)

569. Newspaper - "The Times, "Columbus, Georgia, Thursday, June 22, 1876, Volume 2, Number 114.

570 Writing entitled "Fish". (1 page)

571 Two poems, one entitled "Southern· Premium Sewing Machine." (1 page)

572. Book listing items and prices of things people have bought.

573. Statement of C. R. Wynn. Part is missing. (2 pages)

574. Receipt for curing worms in horses and mules. (1 page)

575. Part of a note - balance due Felix H. Greene - $1791.82 1/2. Most is missing. (2 pages)

576. Directions for taking medicine. (1 page)

577. Handwritten page from a medical book on the reproduction of man. Part is missing. (2 pages)

578. Notice from "The Scientific American'" the only weekly journal of mechanics and science published in America, to subscribe to a new volume as it.enters its 14th year. (2 pages)

579. Receipt, hard to read. (1 page)

580. Address of Archibald Mullins,Grange rCounty, Rutledge Post Office,Tennessee. (1 page)

581. Working arrangement between James Crawford and ? for food. ( 2 pages)

Box 2

Folder 1: Agreement between Isabella Greene and her former slaves 13 Aug 1865

            Slaves listed by name and age (original)

 Folder 2: Contracts (2) between Isabella Greene and Rachel Greene, Frances and Harriet Greene for years’ work, 1867 (originals)

 Folder 3: Document of purchase of female slave Eliza by Thomas Greene from Glass & Badgett, Thomaston, Ga 1857 (original)

 Folder 4: Letter to Cousin David Greene from John Hackney about crops and a slave family, April 23, 1860 (original)

 Folder 5: Letter to Mrs. Greene from Army Captain Aug. 18, 1865 concerning ex-slave contracts to work and to assure humane treatment (original)

 Folder 6: Norma W. Wilson family  line descended from Thomas Greene and Isabelle Finley (original)

Folder 7: Oath of Allegiance and Emancipation of slaves by Isabella Greene, Sept.2, 1865 (original)

Folder 8: Slave transaction to Fanning family, 1838 (original)