Letter, October 21, 1839, Elihu Chauncey and Thomas Biddle, Philadelphia, to Richard K. Call, Tallahassee, 2 pp.: ''. . . It was our earnest hope that all the sums due us for lands sold would have been collected before now . . . we must request you to remit to us whatever amount may have come into ...
Certificate of Purchase, January 13, 1840, for Richard K. Call's purchase of Lot 14, Block 16 in the town of Port Leon for $70. Endorsement on verso reads, ''The Tallahassee Rail Road Co. will please make title to R. K. Call for Lot No. 14 in Block No. 16 in the town of Port Leon he paying for the ...
Deed, January 18, 1841, 2 pp., John Williams Lea, Leon County, to Haley T. Blocker, Leon County, for land sold to Blocker in Leon County for $60. Includes relinquishment of dower right to the land in question by Lea's wife Delilah Lea.
Deed, February 1, 1850, 3 pp., Richard H. and Ann B. Bradford, Leon County, to Richard Saunders, Leon County, for land sold to Saunders in Leon County for $690. Includes relinquishment of dower right to the land by Ann B. Bradford.
Account settlement statement, March 20, 1851, 2 pp., Richard K. Call and Thomas Dunlap with A. Biddle, itemizing $180.50 in taxes paid on 4,085 acres of land in Leon, Jackson, Madison, and Gadsden counties.
Account, May-July, 1853, 1 p., Richard K. Call with John T. J. Wilson, for itemized gynecological, proctologic, obstetrical, and pediatric visits and treatments provided by Wilson to a ''black woman'' and a ''black child.''
Deed, March 3, 1856, 4 pp., Elias E. Blackburn, U.S. Marshall, Northern District of Florida, to Richard K. Call, for sale to Call as highest bidder for land in Jackson County claimed by Call in a successful legal dispute with counterclaimant Union Bank.
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