Lewis, Fielding, 1725-1781 or 1782
- Existence: 1725-1781 or 1782
- Existence: 1725 - 1781
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
D.S. 1 page. The bond is for 67 pounds sterling.
A.D.S. 1 page. Certificate for impressing 2 of Fielding Lewis's horses for Lafayette--witnessed by Capt. Richd. Young, A.D.Q.M. Autograph document signed, fragment, laminated. Their value sworn to (100 £) by Will McWilliams and Henry Armistead.
D.S. 2 pages. Evaluation of Sundries belonging to Mary Washington by Charles Washington and Fielding Lewis. Inventory with value of livestock, tools, slaves--evaluated by Fielding Lewis and Chas. Washington. Document signed, in hand of Fielding Lewis, silked, endorsed by G.W.(?), watermark (crown over heraldic shield and motto "Honi soit qui mal y pense").
A.L.S. 2 pages. An explanation of the division of a quantity of corn between Mr. Kercheval and Mr. Snickers, and other farm business. Also advice to his son about a purchase of land from Mr. Butler.
"Inclosed I have Sent you my Fathers letters wharein you will See his intention Before his death, of releiving me out of my distressis, Occasioned by my Youthfull Folley"--requests a loan--now in jail.
Thanks for timber near Rectertown--unable to come see him because of "distressed situation"--clear of debts in Fairfax--sends son with letter--can Washington employ him (son) or get him into business?
Col. William Daingerfield writes to Fielding Lewis regarding the marriage of his daughter (Catherine Daingerfield) to Fielding Lewis' son George Lewis. Autograph letter signed, 1 page, with integral address panel.