Washington, Bushrod, 1762-1829
Found in 344 Collections and/or Records:
Account book, settlement of the estate of George Washington. A.D. 32 pages. Accounts of various people associated with the estate, including money for hire of negroes - "Statement of the accounts of the several legatees for the purpose of explaining them." Autograph document, mostly in hand of Bushrod Washington, laminated, watermarks, no cover, torn or clipped pages included.
Account, Estate of Genl. George Washington deceased in account with Bushrod Washington and Lawrence Lewis acting executors
A.D. 1 page. Account for taxes on land. Autograph document, burned fragment only, laminated. On reverse is receipt signed by John Sheppard, dated April 11, 1798, for full amount.
Address panel addressed to Bushrod by Corbin Washington. The letter is not extant.
Autograph document signed by Bushrod Washington and Henry "Light-Horse Harry" Lee, conveying the estate of Belvidere to Washington.
Autograph document signed by Henry "Light-Horse Harry" Lee. An agreement about a road connecting the Belvedire estate to a canal.
Agreement for the conveyance of lands in Westmoreland County.
Four letters related to Bushrod Washington’s involvement in the American Bible Society.
Letter informing Bushrod Washington he has been named Vice President of the American Sunday School Union, 1829 June 2
Autograph letter signed with integral address panel. Letter addressed to "My Dear Uncle" from the wife of Bushrod Corbin Washington.
Autograph document signed in the hand of Bushrod Washington, for the sale of land in Prince William County called Yorkshire Farm.
Herbert writes that Elizabeth Hamilton is hoping to acquire some of the correspondence between George Washington and Alexander Hamilton.
This collection includes correspondence between John Augustine Washington III and his mother and wife, as well as other family members, mostly dealing with family matters and running Mount Vernon.
Bill and receipt. $2.25 for shoes, 9.00 for cossaks (boots).
A.D.S. 1 page. Bill for £12.7.6 for restuffing two sofas, repairing frames, castors. Autograph document signed, fragment, docketed, laminated, incomplete watermark. Receipted by Geo. Taylor and co.
D. 1 page. Bill for £1.1.1/2 for 6 1/2 yds. of painted cloth. Document, fragment, charred by fire, laminated, docketed by B. Washington "J. Thompson pd. [ ] a charge of a fee for [ ]" incomplete watermark.
D. 1 page. Alexandria. A bill from Paton and Butcher in the amount of £2.6. for leather and shoe thread. (Date from earlier library cataloging; item was microfilmed as an 1808 item.) Document, fragment, docketed by B. Washington, charred by fire, silked.
Bill. D. 1 page. Bill for 1 coopers-axe 6/6. Document, fragment, endorsed on back, laminated.
A.D.S. 1 page. Bill for £10.0.0 for house rent from Feb. 14-[May 14th] at £40 per annum. Autograph document signed, fragment, charred by fire, laminated, docketed by B. Washington, watermark.
8 bills and 1 undated envelope. Bills charged to Lawrence Lewis and Bushrod Washington as executors of George Washington's estate.
Bond. D. 1 page. G.C.W. to pay $711.10 for his shares of stock of Potomac Co., under will of B. Washington, deceased--obligation being he must refund on demand due proportion of any deals or just demands hereafter appearing against B. Washington, deceased. Document, unsigned, [on reverse is form for same transaction with G.C.W-n in his position as trustee for Bushrod Washington Jr.'s children,] watermark.
D.S. 1 page. Henry Lee of Richmond is "held and firmly bound unto Bushrod Washington his Executors," etc. for sixteen hundred pounds.
Bushrod Washington bookplate. Torn, part missing, laminated.Similar to G.W.'s bookplate.
Letter from Edward Everett informing Bushrod Washington that he has been named an honorary member of the Bunker Hill Monument Association.
Autograph letter signed with integral address panel. Bushrod Corbin Washington writes his uncle that he is on the trail of Charles and Nathan, two of Bushrod's enslaved workers.
The collection of Washington forgeries and bookplates from the 19th and 20th centuries measures 1 linear foot. Found within the collection are forged Washington documents from notorious forgers Robert Spring, Joseph Cosey, and Charles Weisberg, as well as unidentified forgeries. The collection also contains bookplates – originals, restrikes, and spurious copies – from the Washington family and correspondence related to the sale of forgeries.
Autograph letter signed with integral address panel.