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    • James Carson Letter

    • Correspondence; Cotton plantations
    • Transcription of letter 719 from James Carson to Mary McMurran concerning news of Fazee who is Mrs. McMurran's grandson, family news, Mrs. McMurran's trip to New Orleans and illness of Mrs. Davis
    • James Carson Letter

    • Correspondence; Cotton plantations
    • Transcription of letter 449 from James Carson to Mary McMurran concerning Mrs. McMurran's recurring fever, deed for Mr. Crothers, business accounts as they stand and amount of Mrs. McMurran's funds
    • James Carson Letter

    • Correspondence; Cotton plantations
    • Transcription of letter 370 from James Carson to Mary McMurran concerning Mrs. Turner's ill health and statement for Moro banana's order in Mrs. McMurran's name.
    • James Carson Letter

    • Correspondence; Cotton plantations
    • Transcription of letter 288 from James Carson to Mary McMurran concerning a Mr. McCormick who wants to cut wood on Fairchild's Island and Mrs. McMurran's health.
    • Mary Louise McMurran letter, 1856 August 4

    • McMurran, Alie Austen, d. 1899.; McMurran, John T., Jr.; Plantation life--Mississippi.; African Americans--Marriage customs and rites--Mississippi.; Plantation owners' spouses--Mississippi.
    • This letter from Mary Louise McMurran to Alie Austen describes a wedding at their plantation among their slaves, comments on how the slaves behaved in a dignfied way, says ""would Mrs. Stowe could have viewed the scene. It might have changed some...
    • G.M. Davis Letter

    • Correspondence; Cotton plantations
    • Transcription of letter 518 from G.M. Davis to Mary McMurran concerning facts and details of the paintings that the Davis's received when they bought Melrose from the McMurran's, see letters # 188, 239, 241, and 244.
    • James Carson Letter

    • Correspondence; Cotton plantations
    • Transcription of letter 645 from James Carson to Mary McMurran concerning leases for the coming years for the tenants of Fairchild's Island, family news, and illness of Mrs. McMurran's sister.
    • James Carson Letter

    • Correspondence; Cotton plantations
    • Transcription of letter 664 from James Carson to Mary McMurran concerning death of Mr. Hewett and Mrs. Emma Carr, Mr. Hewett's daughter and request to use Mrs. McMurran's carriage for the pall bearers
    • James Carson Letter

    • Correspondence; Cotton plantations
    • Transcription of letter 731 from James Carson to Mary McMurran concerning Colonel Clark, death of Mr. Caradine, Dr. Davis's heart attack, Mrs. Carson's birthday, health of the Carson grandchildren and a thank you for the use of Mrs. McMurran's...
    • James Carson Letter

    • Correspondence; Cotton plantations
    • Transcription of letter 711 from James Carson to Mary McMurran concerning codicil to Mrs. McMurran's will and wishes to Mrs. McMurran for a safe trip to Ricard
    • James Carson Letter

    • Correspondence; Cotton plantations
    • Transcription of letter 589 from James Carson to Mary McMurran concerning improvement of Mrs. Turner's health, the Carson's thirty fifth wedding anniversary, tax receipts for 1872 and a balancing of Mrs. McMurran's accounts, and railroad tracks...
    • James Carson Letter

    • Correspondence; Cotton plantations
    • Transcription of letter 475 from James Carson to Mary McMurran concerning recovery of Mrs. Conner and Mr. Bisland, sickness among Mrs. McMurran's brother's family and Mrs. Carson's colic being treated with chloroform
    • James Carson Letter

    • Correspondence; Cotton plantations
    • Transcription of letter 476 from James Carson to Mary McMurran concerning sickness of Mrs. Carson and no illness in Mrs. McMurran's brother's family.
    • James Carson Letter

    • Correspondence; Cotton plantations
    • Transcription of letter 650 from James Carson to Mary McMurran concerning amount of taxes to be paid both on Mrs. McMurran's holdings and the estate of Edward Turner.
    • James Carson Letter

    • Correspondence; Cotton plantations
    • Transcription of letter 578 from James Carson to Mary McMurran concerning payment of city and county taces, Mrs. McMurran's granddaughter's illness with quinsey, Carson family news and weather
    • James Carson Letter

    • Correspondence; Cotton plantations
    • Transcription of letter 701 from James Carson to Mary McMurran concerning acknowledgement of Mrs. McMurran's last letter and illness of Mr. Shaw (dysentery and neuralgia).
    • James Carson Letter

    • Correspondence; Cotton plantations
    • Transcription of letter 478 from James Carson to Mary McMurran concerning three new cases of Yellow Fever, Mrs. Carson improving, no news of Mrs. McMurran's brother's family, and Ann Bowie recovering.
    • James Carson Letter

    • Correspondence; Cotton plantations
    • Transcription of letter 652 from James Carson to Mary McMurran concerning deed for Mrs. Turner (Mary McMurran's mother) place in Franklin and Mary Carson Warfield's attack of chill and fever

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