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Alexander, Hannah Lee Washington, 1811-1881

 Person

Found in 43 Collections and/or Records:

Anna Maria and Hannah Lee Washington to Thomas Blackburn Washington, Middletown, 1827 September 13

 Item — Box: 1
Scope and Contents Autograph letters signed with integral address panel. Two letters on one leaf of paper addressed to Thomas Blackburn Washington from his mother and sister.
Dates: 1827 September 13

Anna Maria and Hannah Lee Washington to Thomas Blackburn Washington, New York City, 1828 November 27

 Item — Box: 1
Scope and Contents Autograph letters signed with integral address panel. Two letters on a single leaf of paper addressed to Thomas Blackburn Washington from his mother and sister.
Dates: 1828 November 27

Bushrod Corbin and Hannah Lee Washington, Claymont, to Thomas Blackburn Washington, 1832 July 17

 Item — Box: 1
Scope and Contents Autograph letters signed with integral address panel. 2 letters on a single leaf of paper addressed to Thomas Blackburn Washington from his father and sister.
Dates: 1832 July 17

Bushrod Corbin and Hannah Lee Washington to Thomas Blackburn Washington, Middletown, 1828 January 22-23

 Item — Box: 1
Scope and Contents Autograph letters signed with integral address panel. 2 letters on one leaf of paper addressed to Thomas Blackburn Washington from his father and sister. Bushrod Corbin writes that he has returned from Richmond to find all his family and friends well, "both white and black."
Dates: 1828 January 22-23

Bushrod Corbin, Anna Maria, and Hannah Lee Washington to Thomas Blackburn Washington, Middletown, 1827 May 27

 Item — Box: 1
Scope and Contents Autograph letters signed with integral address panel. Three letters on one leaf of papers addressed to Thomas Blackburn Washington by his father, sister, and mother.
Dates: 1827 May 27

Bushrod Corbin, Anna Maria, and Hannah Lee Washington to Thomas Blackburn Washington, Middletown, 1827 October 23-November 4

 Item — Box: 1
Scope and Contents Autograph letters signed with integral address panel. 3 letters on one leaf of paper addressed to Thomas Blackburn Washington from his father, mother, and sister.
Dates: 1827 October 23-November 4

Bushrod Corbin, Hannah Lee, and Anna Maria Washington to Thomas Blackburn Washington, Middletown, 1828 April 3-4

 Item — Box: 1
Scope and Contents Autograph letters signed with integral address panel. 3 letters on a single leaf of papers addressed to Thomas Blackburn Washington from his father, sister, and mother.
Dates: 1828 April 3-4

Hannah Lee and Anna Maria Thomasina Washington to Thomas Blackburn Washington, Middletown, 1828 March 29

 Item — Box: 1
Scope and Contents Autograph letter signed with integral address panel. 2 letters on one leaf of paper addressed to Thomas Blackburn Washington from his sister and mother. Also contains doodled signatures of Archibald Fairfax and Bushrod W. Herbert, and Noblet Herbert.
Dates: 1828 March 29

Hannah Lee and Anna Maria Washington and cousins to Thomas Blackburn Washington, Middletown, 1827 May 29

 Item — Box: 1
Scope and Contents Autograph letters signed with integral address panel. 5 letters on one sheet of paper addressed to Thomas Blackburn Washington from his sister, mother, and cousins.
Dates: 1827 May 29

Hannah Lee and Anna Maria Washington to Thomas Blackburn Washington, Middletown, 1827 October 14-17

 Item — Box: 1
Scope and Contents Autograph letters signed with integral address panel. Two letters on one leaf of paper addresed to Thomas Blackburn Washington from his sister and mother.
Dates: 1827 October 14-17

Hannah Lee and Bushrod Corbin Washington to Thomas Blackburn Washington, Middletown, 1827 December 22-24

 Item — Box: 1
Scope and Contents Autograph letters signed with integral address panel. Two letters on one leaf of paper addressed to Thomas Blackburn Washington from his sister and father.
Dates: 1827 December 22-24

Hannah Lee Washington Alexander, Blakeley, to John Augustine Washington III, 1855 July 23

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 2
Scope and Contents Hannah writes that she has been sick ever since she returned home and is now visiting Aunt Jane. She is very anxious about her boys’ improvement and wants to send Jennie to Mrs. Barton in Philadelphia. Asks about the money due her from Hunter.
Dates: 1855 July 23

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

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 3
Scope and Contents 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, Charlestown, to John Augustine Washington III, 1859 April 15

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 3
Scope and Contents 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, Prospect Hill, to Eleanor Love Selden Washington, Mount Vernon, 1845 July 21

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 2
Scope and Contents Describes a table setting for a wedding. Kate’s wedding has been broken off, and Hannah is glad about it. Really wants to see them. Description of drought and crops. Discusses health of various relatives and acquaintances.
Dates: 1845 July 21