Washington, Hannah Bushrod, approximately 1738-1804
Found in 37 Collections and/or Records:
A.L.S. 1 page. Mrs. Washington asks Col. Fitzgerald to convey to her sons at Mount Vernon, with as much expediency as possible, the enclosed information. Re: Bushrod Washington's personal affects.
A.L.S. 1 page. Sorry to hear of Col. [John A.?] Washington's illness--Bushrod [Smith?] has been ill, also Fanny [Smith?]--Betsy is weak. Autograph letter signed, mounted.(Philip Smith's wife, Elizabeth, or Betsy, seems to have been Mrs. John A. Washington's sister).
Martha Washington acknowledges that she has received the cotton for spinning from the addressee. Also hopes to visit Mrs. Washington if the General can find time. Intends to send a weeping willow when the season is right. She also congratulates Mrs. Washington on the birth of another child.
Document signed, 11 p.
Division of slaves from the estate of John Augustine Washington amongst Bushrod Washington, Corbin Washington, and Hannah Washington. "West" Ford, "Billey", "Betty", and "Venus" are listed under slaves to Hannah Washington. 1 sheet, 2 pages of text.
26 shillings discharging Miss Fanny B. Smith's account ... Witnessed by Hannah Washington, Sr.