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- Papers, 1799-1914, of William Ritchie (ca. 1820-1890) of Richmond, Virginia, and Greenbrier County, West Virginia, and his daughter Lillie Ritchie Tuckwiller of Asbury, Greenbrier County, including correspondence, receipts, and envelopes that relate to business dealings and property holdings. Of note is a contract in which William Ritchie buys an interest in an invention improving churns. Also includes a British Army commission dated 1799 belonging to George Ritchie
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- William Ritchie was believed to have been born in Scotland in 1820 in Scotland and to have died in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1890. He lived in Richmond, Virginia and Greenbrier County, West Virginia, worked as a silversmith, and owned property in and around Richmond, Lynchburg, and Clifton Forge, Virginia, and West Virginia. Lillie Tuckwiller, William's daughter, lived in Asbury, Greenbrier County, West Virginia and continued to manage the family property.
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