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A Guide to the Clatterbuck, Debra S. Collection, 1861-1866
Collection Number SC # 2083
Compiled by: Chris Bolgiano, November, 1989
Edited by Kayla Payne, June 2012
Repository: Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University
Title: Clatterbuck, Debra S. Collection, 1861-1866
Collection No.: SC# 2083
Extent: one folder
Abstract: Photocopies of documents related to the settling of Michael Henkle’s estate in Pendleton County, dating from 1861 to 1866.
Access Restrictions: none
Use Restrictions: none
Preferred Citation: [item], Clatterbuck, Debra S. Collection, 1861-1866. Collection Number SC # 2083, Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Va.
Acquisition Information: Donated by Debra S. Clatterbuck on November 11, 1989.
Other Formats Available: none
Provenance: Debra S. Clatterbuck signed a depository agreement November 11, 1989; that agreement was terminated Oct. 31, 2001, with photocopies remaining at the Library.
Processing Information: After termination of depository agreement at the request of the donor, the Library photocopied the documents and returned the original items.
Bio/Historical Note: The conditions of sale documents in this collection are signed by Evan Henkle, the executor of Michael Henkle’s estate.
Scope and Content: This collection consists of photocopies of three documents relevant to the settling of the estate of Michael Henkle of Pendleton County. Two documents date from 1861: one specifies the monetary conditions for the sale of Henkle's belongings, the other for the sale of Henkle's slaves. The third document, dated 1866, is a receipt from the Pendleton County clerk apparently to settle the estate record.
Arrangement: Two photocopies of the “Conditions of Sale”; photocopy (front and back) of receipt from county clerk which settles estate record
Clatterbuck, Debbie. Coll Box: Folder
Conditions of Sale and Receipt 1:1
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