Account of goods purchased by Christian from Myers plus her rent, against salt obtained by Myers from Christian's saltworks, settling August 15, 1787. Goods include corn, flour, whiskey, ludestring, gauze, chopped rye, pork, beef, tallow, hay, and beef veal.
Receipt signed by Caleb Wallace for Elizabeth Christian, received fifteen pounds nineteen shillings from Alexander Scott Bullitt in partial payment of a judgement obtained in the Supreme Court in the name of Elizabeth Christian, executrix of Israel Christian, against Matthew Flourinoy. Witnessed by Sarah Winston Christian.
Letter to Annie Henry Christian from James McCorkle regarding settlement of debts on and against her deceased husband's estate; a second in case the first was lost. Specifically about paying off Pat Lockhart for debts due to him from the estates of both William and Israel Christian. Additional advice about who to pay and when.
Letter to Annie Henry Christian from James McCorkle regarding settlement of debts on and against her deceased husband's estate; advice about who to pay and when. Mentions Christian family "moving to New River."
Letter to Annie Henry Christian from her cousin, Edward, regarding the death of her husband, settling his estate and accounts, the potential sale and moving of enslaved people, and the removal of the family. The top portion of the letter is missing