In the letter Hall describes the education and military service of his four sons (Bolling, Crenshaw, James, and John), and he asks that John be allowed to transfer to Bolling's company "in a camp of instruction near Montgomery Ala." At the end of...
In the contract Tait rents a piece of his land in Wilcox County, Alabama, to Hill for a year: "...Hill is permitted to clear land & build houses, without expense to said Tait excepting nails & flooring." In exchange, Tait will receive one-fourth of...
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