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  • Paula Baker
    The first link below is very important to query author. http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/refserv/coagser/ba/html/ba0349.html
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      The first link below is very important to query author.

      http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/refserv/coagser/ba/html/ba0349.html


      http://www.rootsweb.com/~scsumter/perry2.html
      http://www.hal-pc.org/~happy/surname/d43.htm
      http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~amasonamerson/monk.htm
      http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~amasonamerson/otherncwills.htm
      http://www.sallysfamilyplace.com/MapleLawn/waltont2.htm
      http://www.fwb.gulf.net/~perkins/perkinsfamily/trevathan.htm
      http://www.tombuchanan.net/gene/pages/c14-3.html
      http://www.mindspring.com/~jsruss/colonial/mart1748.htm
      http://www.combs-families.org/combs/records/tn/jack.htm
      http://www.they-speak.com/clearinghouse/counties/sanaugustine.shtml
      http://rfci.net/wdfloyd/burkgrm.html
      http://www.jchistoricalsociety.org/jcpensioners.html

      This must be the query author's collection. I'm sending it anyway.

      William F. Price Collection



      HomeCollectionsManuscriptsPrice 1837-1867

      Photo of Bettie Edmondson, granddaughter of Elizabeth Price and William H.
      Thaeser Table of Contents
      History
      Location of Record
      Inventory
      Family and Personal Papers
      Corporate Manuscripts
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      HISTORY
      Elijah Price was born in Martin County, North Carolina on September 9, 1791.
      On December 11, 1821 he married Temperance ("Tempe") Thomas of Stantonsburg,
      North Carolina. They remained in North Carolina until 1830, at which time
      they moved to Lawrence County, Alabama. They also lived in Sumter County,
      where Price served as a State Representative in the Alabama Legislature. In
      1841 the Price family moved to Texas, staying for awhile in Polk (then
      Liberty) County, then later settling on a large plantation near San
      Augustine. Price was a Mason, an Odd Fellow, and a member of Christ
      Episcopal Church. He died in San Augustine on November 17, 1852, leaving his
      widow to continue running the plantation until her death about 1859. There
      were ten children in the Price family, and the planta tion was sold after
      Tempe died.

      Most of the collection consists of papers of Elijah and Temperence Price,
      but there are also papers relating to the Blount & Price mercantile
      business, George Fulton Crocket and his family, and S[tephen] W[illiam]
      Blount & Co., all of San Augustine. Crocket and Blount, along with Travis
      Gustavus Broocks and Mathew Cartwright, jointly operated a steam mill near
      San Augustine which appears to have had facilities for sawing lumber and
      grinding grain. The papers include correspondence; financial records
      relating to cotton; personal and business bills, accounts, and receipts; and
      legal papers. The bills and accounts give details about consumer purchases
      such as clothing, fabrics, food, household items, medical expenses, school
      books, and music. Letterheads on the business stationery are decorated with
      ships, lighthouses, and covered wagons.

      A genealogy including some of this line of the Price family is available in
      "Price Family Record," compiled by William Hall Price and Anne Price
      Mackenzie (1976). William F. Price was the grandson of Elijah and Tempe
      Price.

      LOCATION OF RECORD
      829 ITEMS. [A-26]
      INVENTORY
      Top of Page

      Box 1
      Folder 1: Correspondence to Elijah Price, 1842-1843 re: farming, financial
      concerns. Handwritten. 3 items.
      Folder 2: Correspondence to Elijah Price, 1844 re: family matters, politics,
      annexation, slaves, farming, financial concerns. Includes C.R. Wright of New
      Orleans; Morrison Thomas. Handwritten. 7 items.

      Folder 3: Correspondence to Elijah Price, Jan.-Mar. 1845 re: cotton,
      farming, financial matters. Includes T.G. Broocks; Wright Cooper of New
      Orleans. Handwritten. 6 items.

      Folder 4: Correspondence to Elijah Price, Apr. 1845 re: corn and financial
      matters. Handwritten. 4 items.

      Folder 5: Correspondence to Elijah Price, May 1845-1846 re: cotton, salt,
      financial concerns. Includes Wright & Cooper. Handwritten. 5 items.

      Folder 6: Correspondence to Elijah Price, Feb.-Oct. 1849 re: cotton,
      financial concerns, family and friends. Includes C.H. Alex ander Co. of
      Grand Ecore, LA; M[orrison] Thomas. Handwritten. 4 items.

      Folder 7: Correspondence to Elijah Price, 1850-June 1852 re: cotton,
      financial concerns, family matters. Includes nephew Elijah Price, L.L.
      Mooring, Morrison Thomas. Handwritten. 6 items.

      Folder 8: Correspondence to Elijah Price, July-Nov. 1852, n.d. re: family
      matters, cotton, inquiry about Texas, financial concerns. In cludes Peter
      Knight, L.L. Mooring, A.B. Thomas. Handwritten. 5 items.

      Folder 9: Correspondence to Elijah Price, June -Dec. 1848 re: cotton
      accounts with Rhodes Wright & Co. of New Orleans. Handwritten. 7 items.

      Folder 10: Correspondence to Elijah Price, Jan.-Feb. 1849 re: cotton
      accounts with Rhodes Wright & Co. Handwritten. 7 items.

      Folder 11: Correspondence to Elijah Price, May 1849-Feb. 1850 re: cotton
      accounts with Rhodes Wright & Co. Handwritten. 5 items.

      Folder 12: Correspondence to Elijah Price, Dec. 1848-July 1850 re: cotton
      storage and merchandise accounts with Stewart & Co., Grand Ecore, LA.
      Handwritten, printed form. 6 items.

      Folder 13: Correspondence to Elijah Price, Oct. 1850-Jan. 1851 re: cotton
      storage and merchandise accounts with Stewart & Co. Handwrit ten, printed
      form. 6 items.

      Folder 14: Correspondence to Elijah Price, Feb.-June 1851 re: cotton stor
      age and merchandise accounts with Stewart & Co. Handwritten. 5 items.

      Folder 15: Correspondence to Elijah Price, May-Nov. 1852 re: cotton stor age
      and merchandise accounts with Stewart & Co. Handwritten, printed form. 7
      items.

      Folder 16: Correspondence to Elijah Price, July 1850-Jan. 1851 re: cotton
      and merchandise accounts with M.D. Cooper & Co. of New Orleans. Handwritten,
      printed. 6 items.

      Folder 17: Correspondence to Elijah Price, Feb. 1851 re: cotton and mer
      chandise accounts with M.D. Cooper & Co. Handwritten, printed. 5 items.

      Folder 18: Correspondence to Elijah Price, Mar.-Apr. 1851 re: cotton and
      merchandise accounts with M.D. Cooper & Co. Handwritten, printed. 5 items.

      Folder 19: Correspondence to Elijah Price, May-July 1851 re: cotton and
      merchandise accounts with M.D. Cooper & Co. Handwritten, printed. 6 items.

      Folder 20: Correspondence to Elijah Price, Apr.-May 1852 re: cotton and
      merchandise accounts with M.D. Cooper & Co. Handwritten, printed. 9 items.

      Folder 21: Correspondence to Elijah Price, June 1852 re: cotton and mer
      chandise accounts with M.D. Cooper & Co. Handwritten. 7 items.

      Folder 22: Correspondence to Elijah Price, July-Nov. 1852 re: cotton and
      merchandise accounts with M.D. Cooper & Co. Handwritten, printed. 8 items.

      Folder 23: Estate papers, 1849-1851. Elijah Price, administrator for James
      A. Anderson estate. Handwritten. 4 items.

      Box 2

      Folder 1: Legal papers of Elijah Price, 1837-1846. Includes transaction for
      land, slaves, payment of legal fees. [One document written on verve of
      another.] Handwritten, printed form. 6 items.

      Folder 2: Legal papers of Elijah Price, 1848-1852. Includes land
      transaction, transfer of promissory note, legal fees. Handwritten. 6 items.

      Folder 3: Accounts and bills of Elijah Price, 1840-1842. Handwritten. 8
      items.

      Folder 4: Accounts and bills of Elijah Price, 1843-1845. Handwritten. 9
      items.

      Folder 5: Accounts and bills of Elijah Price, 1846-1847. Includes cotton
      sales. Handwritten. 6 items.

      Folder 6: Accounts and bills of Elijah Price, 1847-1850. Handwritten. 9
      items.

      Folder 7: Accounts and bills of Elijah Price, 1850-1852, n.d. Handwritten. 6
      items.

      Folder 8: Tax receipts of Elijah Price, 1843-1852. Handwritten, printed
      form. 11 items.

      Folder 9: Receipts and note to Elijah Price [treasurer], 1849-1851 re: San
      Augustine chapter of American Bible Society. Handwritten. 4 items.

      Folder 10: Receipts of Elijah Price, 1838-1843. Includes one for a slave.
      Handwritten. 11 items.

      Folder 11: Receipts of Elijah Price, 1844-1852. Handwritten. 11 items.

      Folder 12: Promissory notes and list of notes, 1842-1847, n.d. Handwritten.
      5 items.

      Folder 13: Estate of Elijah Price, 1850-1857. Accounts and bills filed
      against estate. Handwritten. 10 items.

      Folder 14: Estate of Elijah Price, 1853-1858. Receipts. Includes tax
      receipts. Handwritten, printed. 10 items.

      Folder 15: Miscellaneous, 1852, n.d. Obituary notices re: Elijah Price [two
      removed from office file], funeral announcement, empty envelope.
      Handwritten, printed. 4 items.

      Folder 16: Correspondence of Blount & Price, 1848-1849 re: cotton and
      financial concerns. Handwritten, printed. 3 items.

      Folder 17: Financial papers of Blount & Price, 1848-1854, n.d. re: court
      cases, bills, accounts. Handwritten. 6 items.

      Folder 18: Promissory notes of Blount & Price, 1849-1851. Handwritten. 6
      items.

      Folder 19: Correspondence to Tempe Price, Dec. 1852-Jan. 1853 re: cotton
      accounts with M.D. Cooper & Co. Handwritten, printed. 7 items.

      Folder 20: Correspondence to Tempe Price, Feb.-May 1853 re: cotton accounts
      with M.D. Cooper & Co. Handwritten, printed. 10 items.

      Folder 21: Correspondence to Tempe Price, Apr. 1854 re: cotton accounts with
      M.D. Cooper & Co. Handwritten, printed. 7 items.

      Folder 22: Correspondence to Tempe Price, May 1854 re: cotton accounts with
      M.D. Cooper & Co. Handwritten, printed. 8 items.

      Folder 23: Correspondence to Tempe Price, June-July 1854 re: cotton accounts
      with M.D. Cooper. Handwritten, printed. 7 items.

      Folder 24: Correspondence to Tempe Price, Aug.-Sept. 1854 re: cotton
      accounts with M.D. Cooper & Co. Handwritten, printed. 8 items.

      Folder 25: Correspondence to Tempe Price, May-July 1855 re: cotton accounts
      with M.D. Cooper & Co. Handwritten, printed. 8 items.

      Folder 26: Correspondence to Tempe Price, Feb.-June 1856 re: cotton accounts
      with M.D. Cooper & Co. Handwritten, printed. 8 items.

      Folder 27: Correspondence to Tempe Price, July 1856-Jan. 1857 re: cotton
      accounts with M.D. Cooper & Co. Handwritten. 5 items.

      Box 3

      Folder l: Correspondence to Tempe Price, Dec. 1852-Jan. 1853 re: storage of
      cotton with Stewart & Co. Handwritten. 4 items.

      Folder 2: Correspondence to Tempe Price, Apr.-Dec. 1853 re: cotton and
      merchandise accounts with A.D. Alexander & Co., Grand Ecore, LA. Includes
      bills and receipts. Handwritten, printed. 8 items.

      Folder 3: Correspondence to Tempe Price, Feb.-Apr. 1854 re: cotton and
      merchandise accounts with J.D. Alexander & Co. Handwritten, printed. 8
      items.

      Folder 4: Correspondence to Tempe Price, June-Oct. 1854 re: cotton and
      merchandise accounts with J.D. Alexander & Co. Handwritten, printed. 6
      items.

      Folder 5: Correspondence to Tempe Price, Nov. 1854-May 1855 re: cotton and
      merchandise accounts with J.D. Alexander & Co. Handwritten, printed. 4
      items.

      Folder 6: Correspondence to Tempe Price, Sept.-Oct. 1854 re: cotton accounts
      with Swiney, Green & Co., New Orleans, LA. Handwrit ten, printed. 3 items.

      Folder 7: Correspondence to Tempe Price, Apr. 1855-Feb. 1856 re: cotton and
      merchandise accounts with Walmsley Brothers, Grand Ecore, LA. Handwritten,
      printed. 4 items.

      Folder 8: Correspondence to Tempe Price, Apr. 1856-May 1858 re: accounts
      with Russell & Rogers, Grand Ecore, LA. Handwritten, printed. 7 items.

      Folder 9: Correspondence to Tempe Price, Feb.-Apr. 1856 re: cotton ac counts
      with McKleray & Bradford,New Orleans, LA. Handwritten, printed. 7 items.

      Folder 10: Correspondence to Tempe Price, May 1856 re: cotton accounts with
      McKleray & Bradford. Handwritten, printed. 4 items.

      Folder 11: Correspondence to Tempe Price, Dec. 1855-Mar. 1856 re: cotton and
      merchandise accounts with Stephens & Carver, Grand Ecore, LA. Handwritten. 5
      items.

      Folder 12: Correspondence to Tempe Price, May-June 1856 re: cotton and
      merchandise accounts with Stephens & Carver. Handwritten, printed. 6 items.

      Folder 13: Correspondence to Tempe Price, Nov.-Dec. 1856 re: cotton and
      merchandise accounts with Stephens & Carver. Handwritten, printed. 9 items.

      Folder 14: Correspondence to Tempe Price, Feb.-Mar. 1857 re: cotton and
      merchandise accounts with Stephens & Carver. Handwritten, printed. 8 items.

      Folder 15: Correspondence to Tempe Price, Apr.-Aug. 1857 re: cotton and
      merchandise accounts with Stephens & Carver. Handwritten, printed. 8 items.

      Folder 16: Correspondence to Tempe Price, Nov. 1857 re: cotton and mer
      chandise accounts with J.H. Stephens & Co., Grand Ecore, LA. Handwritten,
      printed. 7 items.

      Folder 17: Correspondence to Tempe Price, Dec. 1857 re: cotton and mer
      chandise accounts with J.H. Stephens & Co. Printed. 5 items.

      Folder 18: Correspondence to Tempe Price, Jan.-May 1858 me: cotton and
      merchandise accounts with J.H. Stephens & Co. Handwritten, printed. 8 items.

      Folder 19: Correspondence to Tempe Price, Aug.-Sept. 1858 re: cotton
      accounts with J.H. Stephens & Co. Handwritten, printed. 5 items.

      Folder 20: Correspondence to Tempe Price, Feb. 1857 re: cotton accounts with
      Buchanan, Carroll & Co., New Orleans, LA. Handwritten, printed. 3 items.

      Folder 21: Correspondence to Tempe Price, Mar. 1857 re: cotton accounts with
      Buchanan, Carroll & Co. Handwritten, printed. 6 items.

      Folder 22: Correspondence to Tempe Price, Apr.-July 1858 re: cotton accounts
      with Buchanan, Carroll & Co. Includes announcement of the dissolution of the
      company and the formation of Carroll, Hoy & Co. Handwritten, printed. 7
      items.

      Folder 23: Correspondence to Tempe Price, June 1857-May 1858 re: cotton
      accounts with John O. McGehee & Co., New Orleans, LA. Includes B.B.[?]
      Thomas [brother]. Handwritten, printed. 8 items.

      Folder 24: Correspondence to Tempe Price, Mar.-Sept. 1858 re: cotton
      accounts with Winston, Morrison & Co., New Orleans, LA. Hand written. 6
      items.

      Box 4

      Folder 1: Correspondence to Tempe Price, 1852-1857 re: family matters,
      religion, Christmas, labor costs. Includes recipes for dyes. Includes Susan
      [Alice] Price [m. Smith, daughter], Henry Sansom. Handwritten. 4 items.

      Folder 2: Correspondence to Tempe Price, n.d. re: labor costs, corn,
      merchandise. Includes T.A. Broocks. Handwritten. 5 items.

      Folder 3: Legal papers of Tempe Price, 1854-1858. Receipt for lost
      promissory note; agreement with A.G. Price [son Albert Galatin?] re:
      maintenance of plantation; receipt for court case. Handwritten. 3 items.

      Folder 4: Accounts and bills of Tempe Price, 1853. Includes cotton,
      merchandise, medical fees. Handwritten. 9 items.

      Folder 5: Accounts and bills of Tempe Price, 1854. Includes merchandise and
      medical fees. Handwritten. 10 items.

      Folder 6: Accounts and bills of Tempe Price, 1855. Includes merchandise,
      medical fees, wagon repairs. Handwritten. 13 items.

      Folder 7: Accounts and bills of Tempe Price, 1856. Includes merchandise,
      carpentry. Handwritten. 9 items.

      Folder 8: Accounts and bills of Tempe Price, 1856-1857. Includes mer
      chandise, labor, music, portrait painting. Handwritten, printed. 10 items.

      Folder 9: Accounts and bills of Tempe Price, 1857. Includes merchandise,
      music. Handwritten, printed. 10 items.

      Folder 10: Accounts and bills of Tempe Price, 1857, n.d. Includes mer
      chandise, medicines. Handwritten. 6 items.

      Folder 11: Receipts to Tempe Price, 1854-1858, n.d. Handwritten. 16 items.

      Folder 12: Letter from Su[san Alice Priced Smith to George F. Crocket, 1862
      re: Tempe Price's estate. Handwritten. 1 item.

      Folder 13: Estate of Elijah and Tempe Price, administrator's sale notice,
      Dec. 6, 1859. Photocopy. [Gift of Charles S. McMillan.1 1 item.

      Folder 14: Envelopes addressed to Tempe Price, n.d. Handwritten. 3 items.

      Folder 15: Correspondence to Betty IElizabeth] Price, Apr.-May 1858 from
      Su[san Alice Price] Smith [sister] re: family matters, pie recipe.
      Handwritten. 2 items.

      Folder 16: Correspondence and notes of Atlbert] G[alatin] Price, 1843 1858,
      n.d. re: cotton, merchandise, financial concerns. Hand written. 9 items.

      Folder 17: Correspondence, bill, and receipt of Blenjamin] Flranklin] Price,
      1852-1854. Includes cotton, marriage, murder trial in Henderson, lawyer
      Frank Bowdon, Thomas Smith of Henderson tbrother-in-law]. Handwritten. 4
      items.

      Folder 18: Letter to E[lizabeth] R.B. Thomas Isister of Tempe Price?], July
      12, 1847 re: church, school, family matters. Handwritten. 1 item.

      Folder 19: Miscellaneous. Small memo book, 1844-1847 with cotton weights,
      accounts; leather wallet, n.d.; cloth bag [money sack?], n.d. Handwritten. 3
      items.

      Folder 20: Daybook, 1837-1843 [includes description of a girl]; daybook,
      1852-1854. Handwritten. 2 items.

      Box 5

      Folder 1: Correspondence to George F[ulton] Crocket, 1858-July 1860 re:
      financial concerns, steam mill. Handwritten. 9 items.

      Folder 2: Correspondence to George F. Crocket, Sept. 1860-1867 re: steam
      mill, U.S. Internal Revenue. Handwritten, printed. 8 items.

      Folder 3: Accounts and bills of George F. Crocket, 185_-1854. Includes
      merchandise and tuition. Handwritten, printed. 10 items.

      Folder 4: Accounts and bills of George F. Crocket, 1856-1861, n.d. Includes
      merchandise and tuition. Handwritten, printed. 8 items.

      Folder 5: Accounts and bills of George F. Crocket family, 1853-1854.
      Includes merchandise. Handwritten. 6 items.

      Folder 6: Receipts and promissory note to George F. Crocket, 1846-1860.
      Handwritten, printed. 9 items.

      Folder 7: Algebra notes of Crocket family [?], n.d., some written on
      Confederate Quartermaster's paper. Handwritten, printed. 18 items.

      Folder 8: Miscellaneous papers of George F. Crocket family, n.d. Account
      book for school [taught by Crocket sisters]; pattern forms [possibly for a
      collar]; notes on Episcopal services; flier on soliciting subscribers for
      Leisure Hours; book catalog from Pott, Young ~ Co., New York [ca. 1892?].
      Handwritten, printed. 6 items.

      Folder 9: Correspondence of Payne & Crocket, 1853-1856, n.d. re: financial
      concerns. Handwritten. 3 items.

      Folder 10: Accounts, bills, and notes of Payne & Crocket, 1856-1858.
      Includes merchandise. Handwritten. 8 items.

      Folder 11: Receipts of Payne & Crocket, 1857-1859. Handwritten. 3 items.

      Folder 12: Promissory notes of Payne & Crocket, 1856-1858. Handwritten. 6
      items.

      Folder 13: Correspondence to SLtephen] W[illiam] Blount & Co., May-July 9,
      1859 re: accounts with Russel & Co., Grand Ecore, LA. Includes steam mill,
      merchandise. Handwritten, printed. 7 items.

      Folder 14: Correspondence to S.W. Blount & Co., July 23-Oct. 3, 1859 re:
      accounts with Russell & Co. Includes steam mill, merchandise. Handwritten,
      printed. 8 items.

      Folder 15: Correspondence to S.W. Blount & Co., Mar.-June 1860 re: ac counts
      with Russell & Co. Includes steam mill, merchandise. Handwritten, printed.
      10 items.

      Folder 16: Correspondence to S.W. Blount & Co., June-Aug. 1859 re: ac counts
      with M.D. Cooper & Co., New Orleans, LA. Includes steam mill, merchandise.
      Handwritten, printed. 10 items.

      Folder 17: Correspondence to S.W. Blount & Co., Sept. 1859-Nov. 1860 re:
      accounts with M.D. Cooper & Co. Includes sawmill, merchandise. Handwritten,
      printed. 9 items.

      Folder 18: Correspondence to S.W. Blount & Co., May 1859-Jan. 1861 re: steam
      mill and merchandise. Handwritten, printed. 5 items.

      Folder 19: Accounts and bills to S.W. Blount & Co., Feb. 1859-Mar. 1860 from
      Broocks ~ Burleson and C.I. Polk & Bros. Handwritten. 8 items.

      Folder 20: Accounts and bills to S.W. Blount & Co., Sept. 1859-Feb. 1860.
      Handwritten, printed. 9 items.

      Folder 21: Correspondence to T[ravis] G[ustavus] Broocks, Apr.-July 1859 re:
      accounts with Wells & Miller of Baltimore, MD. Includes steam mill.
      Handwritten. 5 items.

      Folder 22: Correspondence to T.G. Broocks, Aug.-Dec. 1859 re: accounts with
      M.D. Cooper & Co. and R. Hoe & Co. Includes steam mill. Handwritten,
      printed. 9 items.

      Folder 23: Accounts and bills of T.G. Broocks, 1859, n.d. Includes lumber
      and steam mill. Handwritten. 6 items.

      Box 6

      Not in a folder: Plat of Irish Survey [San Augustine Co.?], n.d.; draw ing
      of plans for the steam mill I?], n.d. Handwritten. 2 items.

      Folder 1: Correspondence, receipts, and miscellaneous papers, 1859-1860,
      n.d. probably relating to the steam mill operated by S.W. Blount, T. G.
      Broocks, George F. Crocket, and Mathew Cartwright . Handwritten. 10 items.

      Folder 2: Accounts and bills of the Steam Mill, 1859. Handwritten, printed.
      7 items.

      Folder 3: Accounts and bills of the Steam Mill, 1860, n.d. Handwritten. 11
      items.

      Folder 4: Letter from John R. Marsh, May 25, 1855, McDonald Co., MO, to
      Charlton Paine, San Augustine re: farming, family, and financial concerns.
      Handwritten. 1 item.

      Folder 5: Miscellaneous legal papers, 1842-1853 re: land, slaves, and
      cattle. Handwritten. 4 items.

      Folder 6: Miscellaneous promissory notes and receipts, 1847-1858.
      Handwritten. 5 items.

      Folder 7: Miscellaneous receipts and financial papers, 1858-1860, n.d.

      Handwritten, printed. 7 items.

      Folder 8: Miscellaneous, n.d. Poem, addresses Mrs. General [James Pinckney?]
      Henderson; embroidery [?] pattern. Handwritten. 3 items.

      Added to collection July 6, 1998.

      Folder 9: Funeral notice for Ms. Tempe Price, January 20, 1859. (photocopy)

      Letter to brother from T.P.M.L. (n.d.)
      Letter to Mrs. Eliza Price from sister, Sue Smith dated January 17, 1900. (3
      items)
      Folder 10: Photographs (8 items)

      a. Pencil drawing of Albert G. Price (son of Temperance and Col. Elijah
      Price), n.d.
      b. Elizabeth Slaughter Price (wife of A.G. Price), n.d.
      c. Eugene Earnest Price, 1867-1945, (son of Elijah III and Eliza Hall
      Price), n.d. (photocopy)
      d. Oscar Gladstone Lynch (son of Tempe Jane Sossam and John Lynch), n.d.
      e. Mr. and Mrs. Ledford (Lizzie Price, daughter of Virginia Wallace Price
      Roberts), n.d.
      f. Bettie Edmondson (daughter of Alberta P. Thacker Edmondson), n.d.
      g. Memorial stone for Elijah Price, a Revolutionary Soldier. From Price
      Cemetery, Logansport, LA, dated July 4, 1977.
      h. Headstone for Eliza Hall Price and Elijah Price, Logansport, LA, n.d.
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