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Lupton Family

A Guide to the Lupton Family Papers, 1745-1895
Call Number MSS1 L9747A FA2
(Part of the Virginia Heritage: Guides to Manuscripts & Archival Collections in Virginia)
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Title
Lupton Family Papers, 1745-1895

Size
1,400 (ca.) items.

Language
English

Abstract
Correspondence, accounts, land records, Society of Friends (Hopewell Meeting) records, miscellany and estate materials of David Lupton (1757-1822) of Apple Pie Ridge, Frederick County, Va. Also include correspondence, accounts,mercantile records and estate materials of Nathan Lupton (of Winchester, Va.). Also, include correspondence, accounts, bonds, Civil War materials and miscellany of Jonah H. Lupton (of Frederick County, Va.). Also, include letters, account books, accounts, bonds, agricultural records, saw mill records, patent materials and miscellany of Joel Lupton (of Apple Pie Ridge, Frederick County, Va.). Also, include letters, accounts, student notebook, literary club records, fam materials of David P. Lupton (of Springdale," Frederick County, Va.). Also, include materials of Mary Walker (Lupton) Irish, David Lupton (1786- 1814), Edward Walker Lupton, Hugh Sidwell Lupton, Isaac Lupton, Joseph Lupton (1718-1791), Joseph Lupton (1781-1825), and Lewis Lupton.