BOX OF WOODEN SHOE PEGS WITH 19TH CENTURY VIRGINIA ID

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Item Code: 2022-479

Small wooden box meas. approx. 5.75 x 2.50 x 1.25 inches is of dovetail construction with a sliding top.

Inside the box are hundreds of 19th Century wooden shoe pegs.

Sliding lid has a period ink label that reads “DILLARD MUNDAY WALKER’S FORD VA.”

Box shows some light surface dirt from age and storage but is in good overall condition.

Dillard Mundy was born in 1864 in Amherst County, Virginia and first shows up in the 1870 census living with his father John C. Munday and six siblings. He married Sallie Josephine Walker on June 20, 1900. The couple had no children. He died in Lynchburg on May 29, 1928 and is buried there in Spring Hill Cemetery.  [AD] [PH:L]

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