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George Walton to John Quincy Adams, October 29, 1821

George Walton to John Quincy Adams, October 29, 1821

George Walton to John Quincy Adams, October 29, 1821

George Walton to John Quincy Adams, October 29, 1821

George Walton to John Quincy Adams, December 1, 1821

George Walton to John Quincy Adams, December 1, 1821

George Walton to John Quincy Adams, December 1, 1821

George Walton to John Quincy Adams, December 1, 1821

George Walton to Andrew Jackson, October 29, 1821

George Walton to Andrew Jackson, October 29, 1821

George Walton to Andrew Jackson, October 29, 1821

Azalea Cottage, 2236 Walton Way, Augusta, Richmond County, GA

Azalea Cottage, 2236 Walton Way, Augusta, Richmond County, GA

George Walton to Thomas Jefferson, June 25, 1801

George Walton to Thomas Jefferson, June 25, 1801

Samuel Myers to George Walton, February 3, 1822

Samuel Myers to George Walton, February 3, 1822

Samuel Myers to George Walton, February 3, 1822

Samuel Myers to George Walton, February 3, 1822

Samuel Myers to George Walton, February 3, 1822

Samuel Myers to George Walton, February 3, 1822

Samuel Myers to George Walton, February 3, 1822

Samuel Myers to George Walton, February 3, 1822

Samuel Myers to George Walton, February 3, 1822

Samuel Myers to George Walton, February 3, 1822

Samuel Myers to George Walton, February 3, 1822

Samuel Myers to George Walton, February 3, 1822

708 Walton Way (House), Augusta, Richmond County, GA

708 Walton Way (House), Augusta, Richmond County, GA

708 Walton Way (House), Augusta, Richmond County, GA

708 Walton Way (House), Augusta, Richmond County, GA

708 Walton Way (House), Augusta, Richmond County, GA

George Walton to Andrew Jackson, November 19, 1821

George Walton to Andrew Jackson, November 19, 1821

George Walton to Andrew Jackson, November 19, 1821

George Walton to Neamothla [Indian/Native American] et al., December 17, 1821

George Walton to Neamothla [Indian/Native American] et al., December 17, 1821

George Walton to Neamothla [Indian/Native American] et al., December 17, 1821

James Berrien Upshaw Homeplace, U.S. Route 78 & County Road 56 (New Hope Church Road), Between, Walton County, GA

James Berrien Upshaw Homeplace, U.S. Route 78 & County Road 56 (New Hope Church Road), Between, Walton County, GA

James Berrien Upshaw Homeplace, U.S. Route 78 & County Road 56 (New Hope Church Road), Between, Walton County, GA

James Berrien Upshaw Homeplace, U.S. Route 78 & County Road 56 (New Hope Church Road), Between, Walton County, GA

720 Walton Way (House), Augusta, Richmond County, GA

720 Walton Way (House), Augusta, Richmond County, GA

720 Walton Way (House), Augusta, Richmond County, GA

George Walton to Andrew Jackson, November 26, 1821

George Walton to Andrew Jackson, November 26, 1821

George Walton to Andrew Jackson, November 26, 1821

George Walton to Andrew Jackson, November 26, 1821

George Walton to Andrew Jackson, November 26, 1821

George Walton to Andrew Jackson, November 26, 1821

George Walton to Andrew Jackson, November 26, 1821

Frances Walton Pope to Andrew Jackson, January 8, 1829

Frances Walton Pope to Andrew Jackson, January 8, 1829

Frances Walton Pope to Andrew Jackson, January 8, 1829

U. S. Arsenal, Walton Way Vicinity, Augusta, Richmond County, GA

U. S. Arsenal, Walton Way Vicinity, Augusta, Richmond County, GA

U. S. Arsenal, Walton Way Vicinity, Augusta, Richmond County, GA

U. S. Arsenal, Walton Way Vicinity, Augusta, Richmond County, GA

U. S. Arsenal, Walton Way Vicinity, Augusta, Richmond County, GA

Michael Walton to Thomas Jefferson, January 20, 1809

Michael Walton to Thomas Jefferson, January 20, 1809

Michael Walton to Thomas Jefferson, January 20, 1809

Michael Walton to Thomas Jefferson, January 20, 1809

Michael Walton to Thomas Jefferson, January 20, 1809

Michael Walton to Thomas Jefferson, January 20, 1809

Michael Walton to Thomas Jefferson, January 20, 1809

Michael Walton to Thomas Jefferson, January 20, 1809

Votes for Governor, in the State of Vermont, as counted by the canvassing committees in the years 1812 and 1813 ... Montpelier Walton & Goss, printers. [1813?].

Votes for Governor, in the State of Vermont, as counted by the canvassing committees in the years 1812 and 1813 ... Montpelier Walton & Goss, printers. [1813?].

Walton H. Hopkins House, 15 Maryland Avenue & King George Street, Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, MD

Walton H. Hopkins House, 15 Maryland Avenue & King George Street, Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, MD

Walton H. Hopkins House, 15 Maryland Avenue & King George Street, Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, MD

Walton H. Hopkins House, 15 Maryland Avenue & King George Street, Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, MD

Walton H. Hopkins House, 15 Maryland Avenue & King George Street, Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, MD

Walton H. Hopkins House, 15 Maryland Avenue & King George Street, Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, MD

B. F. Stevenson to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, December 07, 1864 (Case of Nathan Walton; endorsed by James Calvert)

B. F. Stevenson to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, December 07, 1864 (Case of Nathan Walton; endorsed by James Calvert)

George Walton to Andrew Jackson, October 15, 1821

George Walton to Andrew Jackson, October 15, 1821

George Walton to Andrew Jackson, October 15, 1821

George Walton to Andrew Jackson, October 15, 1821

Eliakim P. Walton to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, March 07, 1861 (Recommendation)

Eliakim P. Walton to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, March 07, 1861 (Recommendation)

To the freeholders and freemen of the City and County of New-York. Gentlemen, It was doubtless surprising to the inhabitants of the City, to find it asserted in an advertisement, signed James De Lancey, Jacob Walton, James Jauncey, that you had

To the freeholders and freemen of the City and County of New-York. Gentlemen, It was doubtless surprising to the inhabitants of the City, to find it asserted in an advertisement, signed James De Lancey, Jacob Walton, James Jauncey, that you had

Eliakim P. Walton to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, November 13, 1862 (Opposes appointment of Schuyler Colfax)

Eliakim P. Walton to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, November 13, 1862 (Opposes appointment of Schuyler Colfax)

Eliakim P. Walton to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, November 13, 1862 (Opposes appointment of Schuyler Colfax)

Upshaw-Briscoe Store, U.S. Route 78 & County Road 56 (New Hope Church Road), Between, Walton County, GA

Upshaw-Briscoe Store, U.S. Route 78 & County Road 56 (New Hope Church Road), Between, Walton County, GA

Upshaw-Briscoe Store, U.S. Route 78 & County Road 56 (New Hope Church Road), Between, Walton County, GA

Upshaw-Briscoe Store, U.S. Route 78 & County Road 56 (New Hope Church Road), Between, Walton County, GA

Upshaw-Briscoe Store, U.S. Route 78 & County Road 56 (New Hope Church Road), Between, Walton County, GA

Upshaw-Briscoe Store, U.S. Route 78 & County Road 56 (New Hope Church Road), Between, Walton County, GA

Upshaw-Briscoe Store, U.S. Route 78 & County Road 56 (New Hope Church Road), Between, Walton County, GA

Andrew Jackson to Frances Walton Pope, June 8, 1829

Andrew Jackson to Frances Walton Pope, June 8, 1829

Andrew Jackson to Frances Walton Pope, June 8, 1829

Andrew Jackson to Frances Walton Pope, June 8, 1829

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