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[Accounts Report, December 18, 1880]
Document created by Sheriff Levi Perryman with the Comptroller which notes debits and credits in Montague County.
[Agreement between C. B. Moore and Charles Gnope, 1889]
An agreement between C. B. Moore and Charles Gnope regarding costs for 1889. Moore agreed to pay Gnope 75 cents a day for all work not done by Moore on the farm.
C. B. Moores tax list for 1890
Charles B. Moore list of taxable property for 1890. Watermark on paper: "Erasable; Plover Bond; 25% Cotton Fiber; USA"
[Envelope addressed to Charles B. Moore from Dinkie McGee, January 3, 1886]
Envelope addressed to Charles B. Moore in Melissa,Texas. A faded note in the corner appears to have the name McGee. The postmark in from Gallatin, Tennessee, 1886. The envelope is damaged and torn. The remnants of a letter are still inside. The letter appears to discuss a party, visits between relatives, and farm information.
[Envelope addressed to H. S. Moore]
Envelope addressed to H. S. Moore which has a note on the left that says that it is from Neal Moore in 1885. The postal stamp on the front cannot be read. The stamp on the back says McKinney, Texas.
[Envelope addressed to H. S. Moore, October 3, 1885]
Envelope addressed to H. S. Moore in McKinney, Texas. The envelope was postmarked in Gallatin, Tennessee on October 3, 1885.
[Envelope addressed to Mrs. Mary Moore, March 15, 1880]
An envelope address to Mrs. Mary Moore, Melissa, Collin County, Texas. A postal stamp on the front reads: "Waco, TX; Mar 15, 7PM." A stamp on the back reads: "Melissa, COllin CO., Texas; Mar 18, 1880." Another stamp on the front is from a libery stable in Waco, TX.
[Envelope from Bettie Franklin to Charles B. Moore, March 1880]
An envelope addressed to C. B. Moore, Meliisa Collin County, Texas. A postal mark on the front reads: "Gallatin, Tenn; Mar [] 1880." On the back, a postal mark reads: "Melissa, Collin Co., Texas; Mar 14 [1880]." A handwritten note on the front reads: "Betty Franklin; Received March []; 1880."
[Envelope from Dinkie, Alice and Willie McGee to Mary and Charles Moore, December 12, 1881]
Envelope for Mary Moore. On reverse are math problems.
[Envelope from Matilda and William Dodd to C. B. Moore, March 26, 1881]
Envelope for Charles B. Moore from Matilda and William Dodd.
[Envelope from Matilda Brantley Dodd and Betty Franklin, January 2, 1880]
An envelope addressed to Charles B. Moore in Collin County, Melissa Texas. A postal stamp on the front reads: "Gallatin, Tenn.; Jan 2." A postal stamp on the back reads: "Melissa, Collin Co., Texas; Jan 6, 1880." A handwritten note reads: "Matilda Dodd; + Betty Franklin; Received [Jan]; 1880."
[Envelope, June 9, 1889]
Envelope for Mrs. Loriette C. Redway from from the Department of the Interior, United States Pension Agency. The envelope is dated June 9, 1889.
[Envelope to Charles B. Moore, 1885]
Envelope addressed to Charles B. Moore in Gallatin, Tennessee. A note on the envelope says that it was sent from Henry Moore. The postal stamp is for McKinney, Texas.
[Letter from Charles B. Moore to William Dodd, September 10,1889]
This postcard is from the Charles B. Moore Collection. It is written by Charles to William Dodd in Gallatin, Tennessee. Moore is writing from a hotel in Nashville. He details what the family has been doing in Nashville and who they have seen during their stay. He mentions that he has not been able to sleep and decided to write the family cards to give them an update on the Moore family's goings-on.
[Money receipt, October 23, 1889]
Money receipt for three hundred and five dollars and eighty cents received from C. B. Moore and addressed to J. K. Dodd in Pauls Valley. The back of the document gives information on the services available from Wells, Fargo, and Company's Express.
[Promissory Note from C. B. Moore to H. S. Moore, 1884]
Promissory note from C. B. Moore to H. S. Moore in 1884. C. B. Moore promised to pay $55 by July 20, 1884. The amount was paid off on October 6, 1884. On the reverse side of the note are some handwritten notes by C. B. Moore regarding the state of his finances.
[Promissory Note from C. B. Moore to H. S. Moore, February 12, 1880]
Promissory note from C. B. Moore to H. S. Moore on February 12, 1880. C. B. Moore promised to pay the total sum of $20 by August 6, 1880.
[Promissory Note from C. B. Moore to Watkins, July 19, 1884]
Promissory note from C. B. Moore to Watkins on July 19, 1884. Moore promised o pay the total sum of $50. Moore paid $2.10 toward the note on November 14, 1844 and $47.90 toward the note on November 15, 1844.
[Promissory Note from the First National Bank of Montague, Texas, January 13, 1888]
Promissory note from The First National Bank of Montague Texas for $51.80, signed by Levi Perryman and W. A. Williams to be due April 12, 1888.
[Receipt for the Boston Investigator, 1885]
Receipt for the Boston Investigator made out to C. B. Moore of McKinney, Texas on February 28th, 1885. The Boston Investigator was the first newspaper in the United States devoted to the philosophy of free thought.
[Receipt from Daly, Miller, & Co. for Cattle Purchase]
Receipt for A. D. Kennard's purchase of 16 cattle and some hay. A handwritten note at the bottom of the receipt appears to say "We have steady market. Prospects fair. Cable not quite heavy enough."
[Receipt of Levi Perryman, April 6, 1880]
Received of Levi Perryman the sum of $100, collected for the execution sale in a case.
[Receipt of Levi Perryman, April 25, 1880]
Received of Levi Perryman $55.55, collected by W. W. Taylor upon the execution issed in case No. 145. A statement shows the different costs. Signed by Justice of the Peace J. M. Wilson.
[Receipt of Levi Perryman, August 3, 1880]
Received of Levi Perryman through W. A. Morris the amount of $9.00 for costs in case No. 910.
[Receipt of Levi Perryman, February 11, 1880]
Received of Levi Perryman $4.00 for a bill.
[Receipt of Levi Perryman, February 17, 1880]
Received of Levi Perryman $11.00 for a bill.
[Receipt of Levi Perryman, February 25, 1880]
Received of Levi Perryman $2.25 for a bill.
[Receipt of Levi Perryman, January 15, 1879]
Received of Levi Perryman through W. A. Morris the sum of $20 for the cost of execution issued by the Court of Appeals in case No. 618.
[Receipt of Levi Perryman, January 21, 1879]
Received of Levi Perryman $2,483.10, for various costs like School Certificate, fees and executing Death Warrant. The return of these fees some are for court minutes and others showed to be a kind of theft.
[Receipt of Levi Perryman, July 16, 1880]
Received of Levi Perryman through W. A. Morris the sum of $20.65for cost at the Court of Appeals and for the execution issued in case No. 1142.
[Receipt of Levi Perryman, June 5, 1880]
Receipt for taxes on personal property in Montague County for the sum of $3.40.
[Receipt of Levi Perryman, June 11, 1880]
Received of Levi Perryman through W. A. Morris the sum of $2.00. Collected upon the execution issued in the case Wheeler & Wilson Co. vs W. P. Leverett. Signed by the Justice of the Peace of Harris County, H Brashear.
[Receipt of Levi Perryman, September 14, 1880]
Received of Levi Perryman the sum of $9.35, for costs due to County Clerk in case No. 385.
[Receipt of Levi Perryman, September 14, 1880]
Received of Levi Perryman the sum of $75.00, collected upon execution issued from the District Court of Lampasas County, for case No. 385.
[Receipt of Levi Perryman, September 14, 1880]
Received of Levi Perryman of $0.50 for Sheriff fees in case No. 385.
[Receipt of W. A. Morris, April 6, 1880]
Received of W. A. Morris the sum of $19.90 for clerk costs in case No. 506.
[Receipt of W. A. Morris, February 4, 1880]
Received of W. A. Morris the sum of $5.30 for costs in a warrant. The sum was collected on execution in favor of the plaintiff in the case No. 74.
[Receipt of W. A. Morris, February 23, 1880]
Received of W. A. Morris the sum of $10 for Court Attorney fees for a case.
[Receipt of W. A. Morris, June 3, 1880]
Receipt of W. A. Morris for the sum of $10.00 for costs of a case. Signed by Justice of the Peace R. Cook.
[Receipt to Levi Perryman from Comptroller's Office, March 1, 1881]
Receipt from the Texas Comptroller's office to Levi Perryman regarding his taxes. Notes are made under post office orders.
[Receipts of Levi Perryman, November 16, 1880]
Received of Levi Perryman the following court papers, execution issued from County Court of Grayson County in Case No. 881, with the cost of $250.38. Execution issued out of the County Court of Grayson County in Case No. 885, with the cost of $410.69. Execution issued out of the District Court of Lampasas County in Case No. 380, with the cost of $928.25. Execution issued out of the District Court of Cook County in case No. 1038, with the cost of $1029.65. Also a Bill of Cost issued out of the County Court of Grayson County in Case No. 53, with cost of $51.25.
[Rough draft of will by Charles B. Moore, December 6, 1883]
Rough draft of will discussing how wife and daughter will be cared for, along with some thoughts on his life.
[Statement of Account, June 29, 1880]
Statement of account for the taxes in Montague County for sheriff Levi Perryman. The record has been reviewed and approved by a grand jury. G.W. Williams identifies himself as the foreman of the grand jury.
[Straight Democracy, November 6, 1888]
This item is from the Charles B. Moore Collection. It is a political broadside. In this document, members of political parties are identified as participating in unbecoming behavior. The identified members of the Straight Democrat party are noted to have been electioneering with African American voters. This supposed electioneering took place somewhere near the fair grounds. Supper, free whiskey, and music by the Greenville String Band were provided for the attendees of this event. Members of the Ringtail party were also identified in this broadside as participating in this political happening. The throwaway described this event as drunken debauchery. The stated objective was to halt the practice of electioneering and the political influencing which occurs at events like these.
[Wheat Taken Since Thrashing, June 1886]
A record of wheat taken out of the bin since thrashing in June 1886.