Dates: 1999

Collection Number: MS 696

Physical Location: Archive Room File Cabinet

Extent: 1 folder.

Creators/Collectors: MacDonald, Edy.

Access Restrictions: Collection is open for research.

User Restrictions: No restrictions.

Preferred Citation: Creek Farm: The Home of James Howell & Sarah Ann Lewis, Albemarle County, Virginia, MS 696, Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society, Charlottesville, Va.

Acquisition Information: Unknown.

Biographical/Historical Information:

Glenn Castle, the Creek Farm, was a part of the Music Hall tract, given to Sarah Ann Stanford as part of her wedding dowry by her foster uncle and aunt James Hunter Terrell and Susan Bacon Terrell around 1826.

Sarah Ann Stanford was the daughter of Ebenezer Stanford, a veteran of the Revolutionary War, and Mary Stocker, who came to Albemarle County from Lynn, Massachusetts. Sarah married James Howell Lewis in 1826.

Scope and Content: This is a compilation of Lewis family information and documents by descendant Edy MacDonald. It includes photocopies of identified photographs, letters, deeds, and plats of the family property in Albemarle County.

Family Names:

  • Lewis family.
  • Money family.
  • Stanford family.
  • Terrell family.

Subjects: Genealogy

Geographical Names:

  • Glenn Castle (Albemarle County, Va.: Dwelling)
  • Maxfield (Albemarle County, Va.: Dwelling)

Record Types: Reports.