Young Business Accounting – 1845/1846

ca January 1845 – 1846

  This is actually 1 piece of paper. It is folded in the middle to use like a notebook.

I have learned from these and other papers/articles that, if nothing else, ol’ George Young was a businessman and was hard-pressed to part with his money.

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Receipt from Penland to Loyd – 1847 thru 1852

List of Bought Goods and Receipt for $10.66 made out to (Dr.?) Thomas Loyd from M.P. & R. N. Penland,

15 October 1847 – 16 September 1852

Flat Rock, Yancey County, North Carolina

It is one sheet of paper, writing on both sides. The extra picture is for clarity on the ‘side-ways’ writing on the back of the paper.

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Jas. ____ to Thomas Lloid, Money Sent – 1836

Instruction from Jas. ______ to Thomas Lloid about money he sends to Daniel Carte[r] via John George[s]

02 August 1836

Washington County (No state given); Burnsville; Yancey County, North Carolina; Youngs Post Office

Names Listed:

John George[s]; Daniel Carte[r]; Jas. _____; Thomas Lloid

Please note:

  • I cannot find the torn side. I do not know if it has slipped into the stack elsewhere if I never had it.
  • John George[s] is spelled John George and John Georges.
  • Daniel Carte[r] does not include the ‘r’ since it is on the edge that was torn. I am going on the assumption (which, yes, I should never do but am doing it anyway) that his name is “Carter”.
  • Jas.’s last name has been torn away.

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G. Young, T. Lloyd, T. Young; Oilers Creek – 1828

George Young, Thomas Lloyd and Thomas Young

10 Acres on Oilers Creek

Buncombe County, North Carolina
Burke County, North Carolina
13 October 1828
Names Included:

George Young
Thomas Young
Thomas Lloyd
William Angel
Sanders Hill
William Hill
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