The Resource Chappell and Fuqua Ledger

Chappell and Fuqua Ledger

Label
Chappell and Fuqua Ledger, 1833-1839
Title
Chappell and Fuqua Ledger
Inclusive dates
1833-1839
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Chappell and Fuqua Ledger, 1833-1839, a general store located in Charlotte County. It records the individual accounts of customers. Each account lists transactions in chronological order, items purchased, and amount owed and paid. Merchandise sold include whiskey, molasses, shoes, cups, saucers, and straw hats. Payments were made by cash or barter such as a horse collar, hay, grass seed, and bacon
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Described
Biographical or historical data
  • Chappell and Fuqua was a mercantile partnership formed by Josiah W. Chappell and Samuel S. Fuqua and conducted business in Charlotte County during the early nineteenth century. Before May 1832, Chappell and Fuqua was known as Samuel S. Fuqua and Company.
  • The ledger of Chappell and Fuqua was used as evidence in the chancery case, Martin Hancock and others versus Samuel S. Fuqua and others, heard in the Circuit Court of Charlotte County.
Cataloging source
Vi
Location of other archival material
For additional information see the Charlotte County Chancery Cause, Martin Hancock and others versus Samuel S. Fuqua and others. It can be found in the Chancery Records Index at the Library of Virginia web site. The index number is 1841-004.
Label
Chappell and Fuqua Ledger
Note
This item came to the Library of Virginia in shipments of court papers from Charlotte County
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  • The Library of Virginia
Extent
1
Governing access note
There are no restrictions
Immediate source of acquisition
Charlotte County Circuit Court
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000501420
Terms governing use
There are no restrictions.
Type of unit
v. (121 p.)

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