David Ashby Stuckey bills of sale, receipts, and correspondence
Bills of sale, receipts, and correspondence of cotton farmer David Ashby Stuckey. Materials include bills of sale from Worth and Worth General Shipping and Commission Merchants (Wilmington, North Carolina), Ducker and Bultman (Sumter, South Carolina), and W.R. Scarborough (Bishopville, South Carolina). Also included is correspondence from the office of Worth and Worth to David Ashby Stuckey regarding the sale of three bales of cotton, bale pricing, and credit balances.
- 1873-1899, undated
- Stuckey, David Ashby, 1849-1932 (Person)
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David Ashby Stuckey (1849-1932) was a cotton farmer in the Manville area of Lee County, South Carolina. His grandfather, Edmund Stuckey, settled the area circa 1800.
Bills of sale, receipts, and correspondence of David Ashby Stuckey, a cotton farmer from Lee County, South Carolina.
Materials donated in 2009 by Rachael Bowman Bradbury
Processed by Joshua Minor, July 2011.
- Bradbury, Rachael Bowman (Donor, Person)
- Inventory of the David Ashby Stuckey Bills of Sale, Receipts, and Correspondence, 1873-1899, undated
- Processed by: Joshua Minor; machine-readable finding aid created by: Joshua Minor
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