James H. Means List of Notes
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"List of notes &c deposited with me by J.J.J. Ferrell the 16th July A.D. 1861 when starting off a volunteer for the seat of war." Signed by James H. Means of Hampton, Arkansas, March 15, 1861. Names and amounts payable.
- Means, James H. (Person)
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Materials are in English.
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James H. Means was the first county clerk of Calhoun County, Arkansas, serving from 1850-1860 and again from 1866-1874. He and his wife were founding members of Mount Pleasant Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
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List of names and amounts payable, signed by James H. Means of Hampton, Arkansas, March 15, 1861.
The James H. Means List of Notes was purchased by the Special Collections Department from South by Southwest Books (List #30, Item #70) of Fayetteville, Arkansas, circa summer 1986.
Processed by Nan Lawler; completed in September 1987. Biographical note added during EAD conversion in 2019.
- James H. Means List of Notes
- Nan Lawler
- September 1987
- Language of description
- Script of description
- Language of description note
- Finding aid is written in English.