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Blackerby-Stone family papers, 1859

Part of Blackerby-Stone family papers

69m48Blackerby-Stone family papersGuide to the Blackerby-Stone family papers, 1859-1923 69m48Heather J. BurkeUniversity of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center2011 September 8Special Collections Research CenterUniversity of Kentucky LibrariesMargaret I. King LibraryLexington, Kentucky 40506-0039URL: This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on 2017-06-08 16:01:36 -0400.Describing Archives: A Content Standard2017 March 17EAD and description updated by Megan Mummey English University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center Blackerby-Stone family papers Stone family Blackerby family 69m48 1.13 Cubic Feet 3 boxes, 1 folder 1859-1923 The Blackerby-Stone family papers (dated 1859-1923; 1.13 cubic feet; 3 boxes, 1 folder) consist primarily of correspondence, mostly to/from Nannie Blackerby, ranging in date from 1876 to 1923. Conditions Governing Access Collection is open to researchers by appointment. Biographical note The Blackerby family originally came from Orange County, Virginia and moved to Lincoln County, Kentucky in 1828 when William Blackerby married Nancy Gaines. Their son Benjamin Blackerby married Catherine House of Garrard County, Kentucky, and the couple had thirteen children including Nancy Blackerby who married Lee H. Stone on October 7, 1885, in Lincoln County, Kentucky.Sources:Reuben Derrall Morgan: Information about William Blackerby. Geneology.com, 2009. Web. 7 September 2011.Perry, Nancy House. Descendents of Matthias House, Jr. Ancestry.com. Web. 8 September 2011. Arrangement Collection arranged chronologically. Scope and Contents The Blackerby-Stone family papers (dated 1859-1923; 1.13 cubic feet; 3 boxes, 1 folder) consist primarily of correspondence, mostly to/from Nannie Blackerby, ranging in date from 1876 to 1923. There is also undated and incomplete correspondence. In addition to the correspondence are various statements--including receipts and promissory notes,etc.-- with those dated ranging from 1859 to 1906, as well as numerous insurance papers. There are also instructions for a legal deposition in the case of George H. Showse versus James Blackerby. Among the general materials in the collection are school materials, photographs, cards, programs and other paper ephemera. Preferred Citation 69m48: [identification of item], Blackerby-Stone family papers,1859-1923, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center. Conditions Governing Use The physical rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center. Correspondence. Financial statements. Blackerby, Nannie Stone family Blackerby family CorrespondenceSeries I.1876-1923, undatedScope and ContentsThe Correspondence series contains incomplete, undated and dated correspondence of the Blackerby and Stone families. The majority is of the Blackerby family, particularly letters to and from Nannie Blackerby.1876 November-1883 December111884 January-1885 June121885 July-1889131890 January-1891 December141895-192315undated21Letter to/from Miss Nannie Blackerbyundated22PapersSeries II.1859-1906, undatedScope and ContentsThe Papers series consists of various dated and undated financial statements, including receipts and promissory notes, as well as numerous insurance papers. Additionally, the series containsThere are also instructions for a legal deposition in the case of George H. Showse versus James Blackerby.Financial statements1859-187923Financial statements1880-189024Financial statements1891-1906, undated25Insurance statementsundated26Deposition instructions for the case of George H. Showse versus James Blackerbyundated27School materialsundated31Assorted papersundated32Assorted union cards and programsundated33A.L.G. Field & Co.'s Operatic Minstrels posterundated1 Blackerby-Stone family papers