Worthy Partner: The Papers of Martha Washington

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The Estate of Coll: Danl Parke Custis Esqr To Stephen Furnea (sic) Hoomes 1 1758 June 21st To 208 lb of Barr Iron @ 3d p lb £ 2: 12 This Day come before me Stephen Furnea Hoomes & made Oath to ye above Acct. Given under my Hand this 8th Day of Octobr 1757. Recd Jan 18, 1758 The Contents.

Rich. Littlepage 2
(docketed) Mrs. Custis's Acct
Hoomes Rect
£ 2. 12
18 Jany 1758

A.D.S., Custis Papers, ViHi.

1.
See Supra, from Richard Littlepage, October 8, 1757, n. 1.
2.
See Supra, from Richard Littlepage, October 8, 1757, n. 2.

From Bartholomew Dandridge

February 21, 1758

1757 Mrs Custis Dr to B Dandridge
To Cash £ 21
Col Macon's 1 Order Shw £ 40..__..__
45 p Cr. Excha 18..__..__ 58
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1757 Cr.
By Cash £ 5.. 7.. 6
By pd Doctor Carter 2 44..14.. 9
By Mr Dandridges Order 10..__.. 0
By 1 ps Lutestring
By Cash
75 pct advance

Recd of Mrs Custis the sum of eight Pounds Seven Shilings, nine pence Paid in full of all Demands

B Dandridge
(docketed)
21 Feby 1758
Mrs Custis
Accot with
B Dandridge £ 8.7.9

A.D.S., Custis Papers, ViHi.

1.
See supra, from William Macon, December 21, 1757, n. 1.
2.
See supra, from Dr. James Carter, November 28, 1757, n. 1.

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