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Lewis, Fielding, 1725-1781 or 1782



  • Existence: 1725-1781 or 1782
  • Existence: 1725 - 1781

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Bond, Fielding Lewis and George Noble to John Augustine Washington, 1786 September 21

 Item — Box 11, Folder: 1786.09.21
Identifier: RM-115; MS-2310

Certificate, J. Munro to Fielding Lewis, 1781 May 3

 Item — Box 7, Folder: 1781.05.03
Identifier: H-768
Scope and Contents

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.

Dates: 1781 May 3

Evaluation of sundries belonging to Mary Washington, 1771 October 15

 Item — Box 3, Folder: 1771.10.15
Identifier: A-415.1
Scope and Contents

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").

Dates: 1771 October 15

Letter, Fielding Lewis to Fielding Lewis, Jr., 1780 February 18

 Item — Box 7, Folder: 1780.02.18
Identifier: RM-457; MS-3533
Scope and Contents

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.

Dates: 1780 February 18

Letter, from Fielding Lewis, 1784 February 22

 Item — Box 20, Folder: 1784.02.22
Identifier: A-625
Scope and Contents

"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.

Dates: 1784 February 22

Letter, from Fielding Lewis, 1787 February 28

 Item — Box 21, Folder: 1787.02.28
Identifier: A-625
Scope and Contents

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?

Dates: 1787 February 28

Letter, William Daingerfield to Fielding Lewis, 1779 June 15

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 5
Identifier: 2020-SC-028-008
Scope and Contents

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.

Dates: 1779 June 15

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Correspondence 4
Agriculture 1