Washington, William Augustine, 1757-1810
- Existence: 1757-1810
- Existence: 1757 - 1810
Found in 57 Collections and/or Records:
Account of sale of property of Thomas Turner, by William Augustine Washington and John Faunterloy, 1787 November 1
D.S. 4 pages. Bonds taken for [slaves?] sold, amounting to £560.19.0--signed by Willm. A. Washington and John Fauntleroy--"other Accts. on this list not yet bonded--£121.19.1"--amts not bonded include for Phaeton and harness, Chair, Livestock and lumber. Document signed, endorsed "An Acc't. of Bonds and debts due for property sold of Colo. Thomas Turner at Smith's Mount and Nanzatico," laminated, unidentified watermark.
Account with a dressmaker ... entries include making a "lude string Robe" robe and petty coat, great coat and altering 3 garments ... total £1.10.0. Receipted Aug. 31, 1790.
D. 2 pages. Accounts of various goods of an ordinary nature.
Account. A.D. 3 pages. Docketed. Interesting record of dress making materials... Variety of fabrics represented, gloves, fans, stockings, etc.
Account, William Augustine Washington with Henderson, Ferguson, and Gibson, 1796 August 1-October 10
A balance sheet showing debits and credits of W.A.W. ... Nicholas Muse, James Park, Richard Henry Lee's estate, Henry W-n are names appearing on debit side ... Muse, Sanford, appear on credit side ...See also 1796-1797 W.A.W. in account with same firm.
A.D. 2 pages. Account of William Augustine Washington with Henderson, Ferguson and Gibson. Balance sheet ... Nicholas Muse, Henry W-n, Richard Henry Lee estate, John Ashton, James Park on debit side, John, Nicholas and James Muse, Patrick Sanford on credit side ...
Account, William Augustine Washington with J. Fox. Legal and copying fees include copy of Henry Ashton's will, proving "Fisher's" deed, swearing jury, etc.
Account, William Augustine Washington with Messieurs Henderson, Ferguson, and Gibson, 1786 March - 1787 December
D.S. 10 pages. Account of William Augustine Washington with Messieurs Henderson, Ferguson, and Gibson.
A.D.S. 1 page. Appointment of Henry Lee, by William Augustine Washington, to receive monies owed from the State of Maryland. Witnessed by William Rice.
Articles of Agreement, Jesse Richardson with Wm. A. Washington for purchase of a tract of land, held jointly by Wm. A. Washington and Lawrence Butler, of 1000 acres in Pulaski County, Kentucky. Jesse Richardson to pay Col. Washington with young horses, to the amount of the purchase. Valuation to be established.
Bill and receipt. 8 entries - all for shoes apparently for the Negroes... 10 pairs for $16.82." Receipted by Corcoran on Oct. 10, 1809.
Bill. 12 dancing lessons for Miss Fanny Smith and 6 visits to reach Miss H[annah] Washington...her school is located at Chantilly ...
1 pr. shoes for Negro Ellick, $1.50.
Bill. $2.25 for 9 lbs. of sole leather ...
3 pairs of shoes for $3.50. Bill made out by Wm. Parsons for Thomas Corcoran. Addressed to Colonel Washington, most likely William Augustine Washington.
A.N. 1 page. A bill from William A. Washington (1757-1810; George Washington's nephew) to the estate of Richard Muse for the hiring of "negro Ceasar" by Muse's overseer William Smith.
Signed check made payable to Docr. Charles Worthington for the amount of $38.00.
Bank of Columbia, Georgetown.$30.00.
Bank of Columbia, Georgetown.$5.00 ...
Bank of Columbia, Georgetown.$11.41 ...
Bank of Columbia, Georgetown.$2.15 ...
John Rose, Montrose, to William Augustine Washington, Haywood. Writes about a jury’s unfavorable judgment in the case of a bond.
A.L.S. 3 pages. Alexandria. Re: the estate of Col. Richard Henry Lee ... comments on general distribution of the estate ... suggests that either he (WAW) or Corbin W-n undertake the guadianship of Cassius and Francis Lee ... both to be sent to Georgetown Academy for the time being. Autograph letter signed, integral cover addressed to W.A.W. Haywood. Name on original manuscript appears as "William A. Washington."
A.L.S. 3 pages. Smith tells Washington of certain clothing purchases she has charged to Washington on account with "Mr. Crabb." Letter carried "By Harry." Autograph letter signed, docketed.
Acknowledges receipt of a gross of bottles (probably rye whiskey) and discusses the purchasing of shares of Potomac Company stock.
Major Washington has remained with them since January, and though he wishes he could say his health was improved by the Southern climate, he fears "his disorder is too inflexible to be remov'd by mere Change of Climate."
Sends him live oaks plants and acorns of live oak and water oak--also seeds and plants of laurel tree.
A.L.S. Bushfield. Letter regarding a land sale. Name on original manuscript appears as "J. A. Washington". Date on original catalog card appears as [Sept.].