A Guide to the John W. Affleck Collection, 1733 - 1843 Affleck, John W. Collection 279 THL

A Guide to the John W. Affleck Collection, 1733 - 1843

A Collection in
Stewart Bell Jr. Archives, Handley Regional Library
Collection number 279 THL


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Repository
Stewart Bell Jr. Archives, Handley Regional Library
Collection number
279 THL
Title
John W. Affleck Collection, 1733 - 1843
Physical Characteristics
0.21 linear feet.
Creator
John W. Affleck
Language
English
Language
Dutch

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to all researchers.

Use Restrictions

Restrictions may apply concerning the use, photoduplication, or publication of items in this collection. Consult a member of the archives staff for information concerning these restrictions. The user assumes all responsibility for identifying and satisfying any claimants of copyright.

Preferred Citation

John W. Affleck Collection, Collection # 279 THL, Stewart Bell Jr. Archives, Handley Regional Library, Winchester, VA, USA.

Acquisition Information

Acquired as a gift.


Biographical/Historical Information

John W. Affleck was a Winchester was a resident of Winchester, VA. He was born on January 1, 1850 at his family home, known as "Bid-a-Wee," located on Peyton Street in the City of Winchester to Alexander G. Affleck and Ann E. Hoover. He worked for many years in the business of selling agricultural tools and machinery with his brother Scott A. Affleck. He married Rosa Kerfoot on December 26, 1883. The couple had five children. Affleck died on December 27, 1930.

Scope and Content

The John W. Affleck Collection contains Huber family papers from Holland and Pennsylvania. Included are the original papers written in Dutch and an English translation. These papers range from letters to baptism certificate and range from 1733 to 1843.

Contents List

Box 1
Bast, Theobald - land deed, Pennsylvania 1789
2 leaves, manuscript (photocopy)
Box 1
Damigen, Anna Catharina - baptismal certificate 1764
1 leaf
Box 1
Forster, Jacob - Letter no date
2 leaves, photocopy
Box 1
Hober, John Hendrik - passport request 1766
3 leaves, photocopy
Box 1
Huber, Heinrich - passport 1767
3 leaves, photocopy
Box 1
Huber, Heinrich - certificate of inheritance share May 12, 1767
3 leaves, photocopy
Box 1
Huber, Henry - military record 1759
2 leaves, photocopy
Box 1
Huber family - manumission certificate 1767
5 leaves, photocopy
Box 1
Huber family - passport 1767
3 leaves, photocopy
Box 1
Schultz, John - papers 1843
2 leaves, photocopy
Box 1
"Winchester," paper by Jessie S. Cooper no date
6 leaves, photocopy