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Alexander, Hannah Lee Washington, 1811-1881

 Person

Found in 45 Collections and/or Records:

Hannah Lee Washington Alexander to John Augustine Washington III, 1859 January 16

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 1859.01.16
Scope and Contents

Charlestown. Hannah wants to know whether Augustine had time to attend to the insurance of Richwoods. Bushrod Herbert has the papers. She is experiencing very hard times. Many in the area have scarlet fever.

Dates: 1859 January 16

Hannah Lee Washington Alexander to John Augustine Washington III, 1859 April 15

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 1859.04.15
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Charlestown. Hannah writes that her creditors are harassing her. She will have to sell Ben, an enslaved man, to be able to pay Mr. Sadler. “I am not extravagant either in livery or dress.” She really values his advice.

Dates: 1859 April 15

Hannah Lee Washington Alexander to John Augustine Washington III, undated

 Item — Box: 5, Folder: undated
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Richwoods. Aunt C. would like a nice cedar cane from the vault to walk with. Thanks him for kindness shown to her boys while with him. Will greatly miss Mr. Tyng as the pastor of the church. Mr. Ambler is not the same.

Dates: undated

Hannah Lee Washington and Bushrod Herbert Washington to Thomas Blackburn Washington, New York City, 1829 February 13

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 27
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Autograph letters signed with integral address panel. 2 letters on one leaf of paper addressed to Thomas Blackburn Washington from his sister and cousin.

Dates: 1829 February 13

Hannah Lee Washington to Jane C. Washington, circa 1844 February 29

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 1844.02.29
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Prospect Hill to Mount Vernon. Hannah writes of family news and says that things have been gloomy at Blakeley since Jane left. She is happy to hear about the birth of a daughter to Nelly.

Dates: circa 1844 February 29

Hannah Lee Washington to Thomas Blackburn Washington, Middletown, 1827 December 6

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 25
Identifier: DMS 2005.4
Content Description From the Collection: The Bushrod Washington Family Papers consist of documents gathered by the descendants of the first President of the United States, George Washington. The collection comprises an assortment of correspondence and legal documents documenting the lives and property ownership of several branches of the Washington family. The collection is organized into five series: Correspondence, Legal Documents, Social, Miscellaneous, and Indenture Notices (Land Deeds).The Correspondence series,...
Dates: 1827 December 6

John Augustine Washington III and descendants papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 2018-SC-097
Scope and Contents This collection contains correspondence, legal documents, financial records, and other documents related to John Augustine Washington III and his son Lawrence, as well as his granddaughters Anne and Patty. The bulk of the correspondence series are letters sent to John Augustine Washington III 1840-1860. They deal with family affairs and the management of various family plantations, including Mount Vernon. The late-nineteenth and twentieth century papers are divided into subject files,...
Dates: 1771-1994

Letter, Hannah Lee Washington Alexander to John Augustine Washington III, 1839 March 11

 Item — Box: 63, Folder: 1839.03.11
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Autograph letter signed with integral address panel. Hannah writes of family news about Thornton Washington and Harriette Meade (cousin), as well as the marriage “of Madaronia Todd to Mr. Quinn… from Kentucky." She describes “violent colds and sore throats… some of the black people are sick – poor little Lucy died on Thursday night of a congestive fever…”

Dates: 1839 March 11

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