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1

1807

Bloomsbury 11 Nov 1999

132

POOR LAW.- A List of the Poor Belonging to Brighton, manuscript, 1p., fold, browned, folio, Boston, Massachusetts, 1807 "Mary Hanker age 75 Bording at Mr Stone at Framingham at 44 dollars 50/100 Per Year Clouthing including -." The list mentions Brighton, Cambridge, Boston, Westford, Framingham and Westminster. #100 - 150

Hanker

Stone

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

1813

Bloomsbury 11 Nov 1999

136

POOR LAW.- Obligation bond, D.s., manuscript, 1p., docket on verso, tear along fold, folds, browned, folio, North Carolina, Pasquotank County, 1813 Obligation bond in favour of the County Court binding over named persons to indemnify the Overseers of the Poor against any costs arising from the persons having "liberated and set free a negro named Jonas." #100 - 150

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

1844

Bloomsbury 11 May 2000

63

New York.-., Markham (John, of Ades House, Chailey, Sussex, son of Admiral John Markham, 1761-1827) Draft Power of Attorney to sell & convey 10,850 acres of land in Hamilton County in the State of New York, manuscripts, 2pp. with blank leaf and docket, folio, 11th May 1844; and another, extract of the will of Admiral John Markham, folio (2). #40-60

Markham

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

1881

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A 12 page 17" x 12" vellum document dated April 10TH 1881. It refers to a Mortage & Settlement upon Marriage. The names mentioned are : Malcolm Stuart Mackinley Tucker of Hove in the County of Sussex. Sophia Abigail Tucker [nee Ferraby], [his wife]. Louisa Skipworth, wife of Marmaduke Thomas Skipworth of Narcoosee, Osceola County State of Florida. U.S.A. Other names mentioned are: Thomas Freer, Edith Goodacre, Reverand Charles Bailey Goodacre, Francis Richard Sutton, Phineas Samuel Ellis, Frederick Chapmam. There 6 seals at the back. In good condition.

Tucker

Ferraby

Skipworth

Freer

Goodacre

Sutton

Ellis

Chapman

5

19th century

Dominic Winter 9 Apr 2003

340

Collection of 20 large mainly multiple-sheet vellum indentures, early 19th c., relating to land in Wymondham, Clawson, Grinston, also of particular interest are some relating to the sale of the Parsonage & Manor of Claxton with its members and rights to the Tithes, another document mentions a Robert Gooacre of the City of New York, with attached consulate document, all retaining their attractive wax seals

Goodacre

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

1834

Bloomsbury 20 Jun 2002

141

New York & Ontario.- Shepheard (E.B.) Journal, describing his voyage to New York, life there & in New York State, his journey to Toronto & his adventures there & in the surrounding country, autograph manuscript, 310pp., original half russia, rubbed, 8vo, 10th April - 10th September, 1834. After an appalling 53 day crossing to New York, with constant gales & head winds, graphicly pictured, Shepheard rested in New York (where he refers to the improvement in manners apparently brought about by Mrs Trollope's criticisms, & to a revolutionary steam boat capable of speeds of 25 to 30m.p.h.), before travelling up state (visiting a Shaker community, Mohawk country & Auburn prison) to Niagara & an exciting visit, including an encounter with a poisonous snake, to the Falls. For the rest of the journal he was in Toronto, where he was injured by the collapse of a gallery at a political meeting, & the surrounding country in the vicinity of Lake Ontario. He had a keen & attentive eye & a good descriptive pen. Included in the lot are two earlier letters of Shepheard, written when he was serving as a Naval officer in the Caribbean in the 1820s.

Shepheard

Trollope

 

 

 

 

 

 

7

1773, 1784

Dominic Winter 14 May 2003

354

New England. Two writs to the Sheriff of Middlesex and Suffolk, Massachusetts, 22 February 1773 and 2 August 1784, the first (headed George III) to produce Isaac and John Trask, labourers, at court re an unpaid promissory note to Samuel Nutting, husbandman, annotated by Nathan Fuller, deputy sheriff, the second (headed Commonwealth of Massachusetts) to attach goods or produce at court Robert Steel, labourer, re. debt to Joel Abbott, annotated that the money have been received, both signed by Thaddeus Maior, clerk at Cambridge, approx. 17 x 21 cm

Trask

Nutting

Fuller

Steel

Maior

 

 

 

8

1851-1875

Dominic Winter 14 May 2003

359

Patent - steam engines. Papers relating to a US Patent issued in 1851 to Richard F. Loper and John W. Nystrom, of Philadelphia, for improvements to the steam engine, 1851/75, including two certificates from the United States Patent Office, 1875 (one with large seal), copy of schedule in the letters patent, describing the inventions as especially applicable to marine steam engines to drive screw propellers, designed to occupy a small space, and to work at high speed without gearing and three detailed drawings, comprising five figures, all secured with punch holes and tie, folio. John W. Nystrom (c.1825-85), a well-known expert on steam engines, with a number of publications issued.

Loper

Nystrom

 

 

 

 

 

 

9

1844

Dominic Winter 25 June 2003

563

Slavery. Certified and sealed copy court order for the sale of three named and described slaves to honour a debt, Alabama, filed 6 May 1844, 3pp., the slaves named as John, Jane and Sam, signed by William M. Lane, George F. Moore and three others, paper somewhat browned and partly split along a few folds, folio

Lane

Moore

 

 

 

 

 

 

10

1808

Dominic Winter 5 & 6 March 2003

885

America. Interesting manuscript volume, 1808, with several entries of colonial American interest including an extract from a journal of 1768 of a tour in North America, and an Ode to General Gladison emploring him to publish his journal on the siege of Detroit (presumably in the War of Independence), original leather binding, rubbed, 8vo. An intriguing manuscript, the ownership signature on the inside cover is that of Harriet Gladison, presumably a daughter or granddaughter of the aforesaid General.

Gladison

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11

1890

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A land grant dated 1890 for 160 acres of land in the State of Kansas to Samuel Farley of Grant County. Partially printed with legal description of the property. Secretarially signed for President Benjamin Harrison. Nice red embossed seal on heavy paper stock. Very Good condition,small nick in seal, measures 16 x 10".

Farley

Harrison

 

 

 

 

 

 

12

1784

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Autographed notes of William Pinkney, Thomas Jefferson's Attorney General and famous maritime lawyer, circa 1784 regarding "Fleet of 10 Danish Ships Colony Trade". The notes both front and back of a 4.5 x 9" scrap of paper listing the ships etc. This was part of an archive of William Pinkney papers, the last remaining piece. Very Good, irregular shaped, textually complete.

Pinkney

Jefferson

 

 

 

 

 

 

13

1860

Dominic Winter 1 Oct 2003

304

Maryland. Biographical sketch of [his ancestor] Sir Thomas Adams, by George Lynn-Lachlan Davis, [1860], 110pp MS. written to rectos only, 'Presented to the Right Honorable the Baron of Renfrew', a.e.g., orig. blind-stamped morocco by Murphy & co., Baltimore, sl. rubbed, 8vo Two other copies are held by Maryland Historical Society.

Adams

Davis

 

 

 

 

 

 

14

1889

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1889 RARE ANTIQUE PAPER MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT OTTAWA CANADA NAME OF HEMING **. MANUSCRIPT LEGAL DOCUMENT; BEING A RELEASE RE THE TRUSTS OF THE MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT OF MR AND MRS HEMING BETWEEN HENRY GEORGE MONK HEMING OF SALISBURY ROAD, WAVERTREE, LIVERPOOL IN TH ECOUNTY OF LANCASTER - MARION AMANDA MONK HEMING OF EAST 16th STREET, NEW YORK IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - FRANCIS AMELIA HEMING OF SLATER STREET OTTAWA IN THE DOMINION OF CANADA AND ALBERT EDWARD HEMING OF SLATER STREET OTTAWA AND AUGUSTUS RICHARD FORREST OF ELMERS, ST. MARKS ROAD, NOTTING HILL, MIDDLESEX INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY AND GENEALOGY FOR THE HEMING FAMILY GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION ON ONE FOLDED SHEET OF PAPER SIZE 16 INCHES BY 14 INCHES

Heming

Forrest

 

 

 

 

 

 

15

1842

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1842 ANTIQUE DEED MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT TRUSTEE.. MANUSCRIPT LEGAL DOCUMENT; BEING THE APPOINTMENT OF PHILIP FINCH CURRY TO BE TRUSTEE OF THE SETTLEMENT MADE PRIOR TO THE MARRIAGE OF GEORGE ASHWORTH COBHAM SENIOR WITH CATHERINE HIS WIFE. BETWEEN GEORGE ASHWORTH COBHAM OF COBHAM PARK, WARREN, WARREN COUNTY IN PENSYLVANIA IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND DOROTHY FINLOW OF BOOTLE NEAR LIVERPOOL PLUS OTHER. WITH ONE ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP - FOUR WAX SEALS - INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY AND GENEALOGY FOR THE COBHAM FAMILY OF AMERICA this item requires further research as we think it is signed by Colonel George A. Cobham's father: Colonel George A. Cobham, Jr., letters 1862-1864, Warren County Historical Society, Warren, Pennsylvania "The Second Brigade of Geary's "White Star" Division defended their ground on Culp's Hill with courage, devotion and skill, and none contributed more than their Brigade Commander, Colonel George A. Cobham, Jr. of Warren, Pennsylvania, a man whose role at Gettysburg has been lost to history. I hope that I have been able to, in some small measure, reestablish Colonel Cobham in his rightful command position on the rock strewn slopes of Culp's Hill, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, on July 2nd and 3rd, 1863". GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION ON ONE FOLDED SHEET OF PARCHEMENT SIZE 30 INCHES BY 23 INCHES

Curry

Cobham

Finlow

 

 

 

 

 

16

1901

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1901 ANTIQUE DOCUMENT LEOPOLD SILBERBERG**. MANUSCRIPT LEGAL DOCUMENT; BEING THE RELEASE ON THE WINDING UP OF THE ESTATE OF THE LATE LEOPOLD SILBERBERG. BETWEEN FLORENCE AMELIA HILL OF HILLFIELD ROAD HAMPSTED MIDDLESEX AND ERNEST JOSEPH SILBERBERG OF KILBY STREET BOST, MASSACHUSETTS UNITED STATES OF AMERICA PLUS OTHER MEMBERS OF THE SILBERBERG FAMILY INFORMATION ON THE INVESTMENTS AND ESTATE AND BENIFICIARIES ONE ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP. INTERESTING ITEM FOR COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL HISTORY, LOCAL HISTORY OR GENEALOGY FOR THE SILBERBERG FAMILY GUARANTEED ORIGINAL AND IN GOOD CONDITION - ON TWO FOLDED SHEETS OF PARCHMENT LAW STATIONARY - SIZE 22 INCHES BY 16 INCHES

Silberberg

Hill

 

 

 

 

 

 

17

1766

Dominic Winter 10 Dec 2003

394

America - Lord Botetourt. Manuscript vellum indenture dated 20th May 1766, being for the sale of an old Inn in Westbury, Wiltshire, called the "White Lyon", with fine armorial seal and signature of Lord Botecourt Lord Botecourt was appointed Governor of Virginia (USA) in 1768 and became the first to take up residency in the Colony for seventy-five years. His tenure was however short lived as he died in 1770, but his name is long remembered in Virginia, where there is at least one college and one high school named after him, as well as annual educational awards for outstanding achievements set up in his name.

Botetourt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

18

1908

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A CHEQUE ISSUED BY THE HIBERNIAN BANK LIMITED,STRABANE TO PAY MARY BLOOMER,ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY ONE POUNDS,FIVE SHILLING IN NEW YORK THROU THE BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA. LARGE FORMAT CHEQUE,TEN AND A HALF INCHES BY FIVE INCHES.NICE COLLECABLE CONDITION.

Bloomer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

19

1926

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31/12/1926 release Mrs. Elizabeth Shepherd, deceased Lots of information on this 13 pages document with people mentioned from Silloth, Esh Winning, Penforth, Hessle, Ohio and Chicago. A good example of how a family was split up around the world. Contains 10 signatures and seals + signatures of witnesses Cover a bit grubby, otherwise good condition

Shepherd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

20

1890

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Here is a parchment Indenture dated 14th November 1890 being a Conveyance of 12 houses situate at Bryngwyn in the Parish of Llanrug in the County of Carnarvon.. The contract is between Joseph William Williams, Quarryman, of Granvile, Washington County, in the State of New York, USA, and Margaret Williams of Bryngwyn, and John Williams Williams, Flour Merchant of Bryngwyn. This handwritten document measures 15" x 10", runs to four pages, and bears three wax seals and one revenue stamp. It is in very good condition, with just minor storage soiling.

Williams

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

21

1767

Bloomsbury 18 Mar 2004

48

Florida.- [?Littlehales (Baker John). 6pp. with conjugate blank, slightly browned, folds, n.d. [before 1767] George III (King of Great Britain and Ireland, 1738-1820) Grant to Baker John Littlehales of 20,000 acres of land in East Florida, manuscript, 6pp. with conjugate blank, slightly browned, folds, n.d. [before 1767] George III (King of Great Britain and Ireland, 1738-1820) TGrant to Baker John Littlehales of 20,000 acres of land in East Florida, Don condition that the land be "settled with foreign Protestants or Persons that shall be brought from his Majesty's other Colonys in North America" and an annual quit rent, D.s. "Phil: Sharpe", manuscript, 2pp., tears along folds, slightly browned, wax and paper seal, folio, "At the Court at St. James's", 13th May 1767 (2). 600-800

 

A paper drawn up to illustrate the benefits of trade from Pensacola with the Spanish who possess New Orleans. Florida was ceded to Britain in 1763 and ceded back to Spain in 1783. "This present possession the Spaniards have of the Town of New Orleans on the banks of said River Missisippi opening to us much more extensive & lucrative demand for our British Manufactory's than when the French were in possession of the same, as likewise it insures to us the rich & profitable Furr & Skin Trade with the Indian Nations in those parts."

Littlehales

Sharpe

 

 

 

 

 

 

22

1841

Lesley Aitchison Website

 

Cirencester THREE LETTERS from A. Merrick to Charles Frere in the United States, two addressed to him at James Frere's in Washington and the last one to Barrow Frere, Cottage Farm, near Aldie, Loudoun County, Virginia. 1841. The first letter is 3p flscp, the other two 3p 4to, all with integral address panels and Cirencester postmarks, two with wax seals. All closely written. The last page of one letter appears to be in shorthand. It would from the content of the letters that Merrick was the Frere's brother-in-law. Merrick encourages Charles to get a job 'you must let them know you are looking out for employment and that you are not come to America for sight seeing'. He sends local news 'Our railway opened on 31st May, but one embankments is still precarious, continuing to slip and threatening to stop the traffic.. I have no influence in making the appointments. They range in value from 60 pound to 120 pound per annum, & are not to be obtained without great difficulty... Slatter of Gloucester is a bankrupt, also James James of Ross. Many people are failing in Gloucester..' and in a later he speaks of the completion of the railroad to London 'our engineers are dismissed and my old clerk Cossens is turned off.. it is hard to have his bread to seek anew at 70.. Our shares 62 paid up, are now selling at 22..' and later 'I am removed to my new Railway Office.. looking towards the end of Earl Bathursts house.. the work being diminished, I expect my office to be cut down. I have now but my young clerk.'

Merrick

Frere

Slatter

James

Cossens

 

 

 

23

1900

www.ancestordocs.co.uk

 

53/44 Cox, Alfred - Dymock - 1900 Probated will - vellum - names sons Alfred, Florida and Arthur, Massachusetts. 18

Cox

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

24

1904

www.ancestordocs.co.uk

 

48/136 Much Marcle - 1904 - Disposal of 'The Wallwyn Arms' by Exors and Beneficiaries of Amos Mailes to Major Audley W W M Kyrle (Much Marcle and Calne, Wilts.) Gives details of will of Amos Mailes, Mortgages on property, and events subsequent to his death. 8 sides on parchment including half page coloured location plan. Some staining to cover. Signed and sealed by children - Harriet Mailes, widow of Richard Amos (Much Marcle) - John Mailes (Pontulas, Herefordsh.) - Robert Henry Mailes (Montana, Wyoming, USA) - Catherine White (Much Marcle) Louisa Elliott Cotton and her husband, George Cotton (Ledbury) - Mary Ann Mann (Kidderminster) 36

Mailes

Kyrle

Amos

White

Cotton

Mann

 

 

25

1890

www.ancestordocs.co.uk

 

48/118 Walford - 1890 - Sale of Properties by 'tenants in common' of an estate, to Edwin Arthur Brassey Crockett. The vendors - Richard and James Thorney (both of Aberdare, Glam.), Luke and John Alfred Owen (both of Barry, Glam.) - the husband and son of Caroline, dec'd, and Samuel and Sarah Davies (formerly of Swansea, but now of Carthage, Missouri, U S A). Gives details of properties in Walford. Parchment - signed and sealed by all 5 vendors. [see also 48/121 on Miscellaneous page under Wales, Aberdare) 27

Crockett

Thorney

Owen

Davies

 

 

 

 

26

1912

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RARE DOCUMENT AMERICAN CONSULATE PHOENIX ASSURANCE 1912. LOW START AND NO RESERVE THIS DOCUMENT HAS EVERYTHING. SEALS, STAMPS AND A PLACE IN THE HISTORY OF THE AUTOMOBILE BEING A DEED OF INDENTURE MADE IN THE YEAR OF 1912 ~ THE PHOENIX ASSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED CARRYING ON BUSINESS IN THE CITY OF LONDON DOTH BY THESE PRESENTS MAKE CONSTITUTE AND APPOINT THE CO-PARTNERSHIP OF F. HERRMAN & CO NOW TRANSACTING BUSINESS AT 37 WALL STREET IN THE BOROUGH OF MANHATTEN IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK ~ TO REPRESENT SAID COMPANY IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA EAST OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS AND IN THE NAME OF THE SAID COMPANY AND IN ITS BEHALF TO TRANSACT AND MANAGE THE BUSINESS OF INSURANCE OF AUTOMOBILES. SEAL OF THE POENIX INSURANCE COMPANY - SIGNED BY THE VICE AND DEPUTY CONSUL GENERAL RICHARD WESTACOTT CONSULAR SEAL SIGNED BY DIRECTORS OF PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY- SIZE 8 INCHES BY 13 INCHES - ON FOUR PAGES WITH ONE IMPRESSED REVENUE STAMPS AND POSTAGE AND REVENUE STAMP.AMERICAN CONSULAR SERVICE $2 FEE STAMP OVERSTAMPED CONSULAR GENERAL OF INTEREST TO COLLECTORS OF SOCIAL AND LOCAL HISTORY - GENEALOGY ITEMS AND FINANCIAL EPHEMERA . Start Collecting Today for the Whole Family GUARANTEED ORIGINAL DOCUMENT - IN VERY FINE CONDITION

Westacott

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

27

1862

www.ancestordocs.co.uk

 

46/8 9Edwards, Frederick - Wilton - died 1862 Appointment of New Trustees 1881 - vellum - Signed and Sealed by trustees and beneficiaries - 8 Edwards [mainly Wilton], James Tibbetts, Oxford, William Arthur Tibbetts, Stowe, Nebraska, U.S.A. Signed by witnesses - Edwin James Harvey, Oxford and John Taylor, Stowe, Nebraska, U.S.A. 38

Edwards

Tibbetts

Harvey

Taylor

 

 

 

 

28

1825

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In this auction I am offering a beautiful land grant signed in 1825 by President James Monroe Has governor of Virginia This land grant signed by Monroe is for fifty acres in the county of Washington Virginia. The land is a parcel being presented to a William Willson on the day of October 22, of the year 1825. The document is signed with the Presidents well known bold signature Jas. Monroe The land grant is in wonderful condition beautifully preserved in a gold frame. The grant still has a partial seal on it from Virginia. I do not know what it says on the opposite side because I never examined it outside of the frame.

Willson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

29

1852

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1852 Probate Will of Joseph Haigh, late of Upper Mill in Slaithwaite, but now of Uttica Onido, County of New York, America, leaves his estate to Fanny Morton, and upon her death to go to his daughters Mary and Ellin Haigh and Mary Elizabeth Greenroyd Haigh Morton (his Natural daughter by Fanny Haigh) also he leaves his Wife Hannah Haigh of Marsden, in England, 1/-, etc interesting item.

Haigh

Morton

 

 

 

 

 

 

30

1847

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MANUSCRIPT DEED New York Consulate BARTOL Putney County 1847. BETWEEN BARNABAS HENRY BARTOL OF COLD SPRING PUTNEY COUNTY NEW YORK IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA GENTLEMAN AND EMMA JEMIMA HIS WIFE FORMERLY JEMIMA WELCHMAN OF THE ONE PART AND DAVID TORANCE OF RUGBY IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK IN THAT PART OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND CALLED ENGLAND AND HENRY WHATELEY OF BURTON BASSETT IN THE SAID COUNTY OF WARWICK GENTLEMAN. Whereas Edward Welchman late of New Albion in the said United States and formerley of Kinston of the County of Warwick, Surgeon who died intestate - RELEASE OF MONIES UNDER AN INDENTURE DATED JUNE 1846 SIGNED J. ANTHONY BARCLAY HER BRITANNICK MAJESTY'S CONSULATE NEW YORK GUARANTEED GENUINE AND IN VERY FINE CONDITION - ESCUTCHEONED REVENUE STAMP CONSULAR SEAL SIZE 27 INCHES X 20 INS

Bartol

Welchman

Torance

Whateley

Barclay

 

 

 

31

1790

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A receipt:

"Received in New York the 10 June 1790 of Lewis Morris, Esq. by the hands of Mr. William W. Morris the sum of Seven Pounds Ten Shillings being for one year Interest due on his mortgage No. 151 to the Loan Officer of the City abd County New York."

 

Signed by unidentified party. This is from a collection of documents relating to the Morris family of New York including Lewis Morris, Signer of the Declaration of Independence (1726-1798). Very Good, measures 7.25 x 3".

Morris

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

32

1791

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An interesting expense ledger for items pertaining to a case involving Lewis Morris before the Supreme Court of New York in 1790, this document dated 1791. Signed by a Philip Brasher acknowledging receipt of funds from James Morris. Measures 4 x 11" with attached blank partially missing (file docket intact).

Morris

Brasher

 

 

 

 

 

 

33

1791

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Nice and detailed legal accounting of expenses held before the New York Supreme Court involving Anne De Visme, and John Maunsel and Elizabeth, his wife, of the first part; and Lewis Morris (possibly Lewis Morris the Signer of the Declaration of Independence)of the second part. Several line items including fees for all sorts of legal expenses including for "Cryers and Bell Ringers". Dated 1791 and docketed on verso. Very Good condition, measures 8 x 13"

De Visme

Maunsel

Morris

 

 

 

 

 

34

1792

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Two manuscript documents relating to the Morris family of New York, Lewis Morris, Esquire: 1792 datelined West Chester being a receipt for monies owed signed by a Sam Finely with reference to Lewis Morris and James Morris. Very Good, archival repair, 8 x 7". 1794 Receipt referencing payment to a servant named Cyrus for "to board and nursing for Eleven weeks" and another entry. Signed by William Lippincott with reference to Lewis Morris. Shrewsbury. Very Good, measures 6 x 6".

Morris

Finely

Lippincott

 

 

 

 

 

35

1802

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Two invoices both dated August 23, 1802 regarding labor costs of several individuals. One is docketed at the bottom noting receipt of payment by James Morris of Morrisania. The invoices regard mason work done for Valentine Morris. Several entries on each, signed by a Henry Norman. Very Good condition, measure approx 8 x 8" each.

Morris

Norman

 

 

 

 

 

 

36

1677

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A vellum/parchment indenture dated the last day of December 1677 between Richard Smith "late of New England and now of Thornbury" Gent "sisters son of William Barton late of Moorton in the parish of Thornbury aforesaid Gent deceased" and Samuel Astey of Thornbury concerning a property called Blackland in Aust. A pub called the George is mentioned. Also shooting rights, "and one water at the Boat of passage" plus lots of other fields, etc. This document has been folded and has some fading on the right-hand side along the fold. One piece of the text has been underlined. It has been signed by Richard Smith and part of the seal is missing.

Smith

Barton

Astey

 

 

 

 

 

37

18th century

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This auction is for a set of letters and draft letters from Henry Ormsby of Darlington to various members of his family. Some dealing with contemporary visits to America. The contents are as follows:

 

3 short letters to his son George who was it seems boarding at a school 1780.

 

3 longer draft letters:

 

a) A letter to Mr Hall 1 Jan 1760

 

b) Letter to his brother a Lieutenant of Marines in the West Indies. Interesting contents on political situation, local affairs and status of an officer of the marines. 1 Nov. 1761.

 

c) To Christopher Dent his brother in law in America. Anounces marriage, local affairs. Long description of visit of relative to Virginia to claim legacy and subsequent disappearance. 6 Aug. 1769

 

An interesting collection of personal correspondance and insight into letter writing/editing.

Ormsby

Hall

Dent

 

 

 

 

 

38

1795

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Manuscript invoice for clothes making supplies including cloth, buttons, linen, buckram, dated 1795 from New York. Has the name General Morris on upper left corner and purchased by a James Rick. Signed by George Thomson as funds received. Fine condition, measures 8 x 7".

Morris

Rick

Thomson

 

 

 

 

 

39

1800, 1877

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The first is the indenture from April 10, 1800 between Robert Guilchrist of the city of Albany by Charles Leggett of the town of Chester Warren Co and State of NY. I have taken a photo of the front and back.

Quit Claim Deed This Indenture made this 30th day of May 1877 Between Harriet Allen and Andrew Allen Rensseler Co NY w/ Charles Gajeway Both are in good condition and with the wax seals.

Guilchrist

Leggett

Allen

Rensseler

Gajeway

 

 

 

40

1677

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An indenture dated 1st January 1677 between Richard Smith, late of New England and now of Thornbury and Samuel Astey of Thornbury and relates to a property called Blackland. It also mentions other properties, common lands, wharfs and passage across the River Aust, etc. This document has holes along one fold and some of the text has faded. It has been signed by Richard Smith but the seal has broken away.

Smith

Astey

 

 

 

 

 

 

41

1791

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An interesting receipt dated November 12, 1791 for "Green Ground Carpeting" for Lewis Morris, Esquire, of the Morris family of New York payable to a Robert Robertson. It is noted that the carpet industry in America started the same year. Very Good condition, measures 7.5 x 6".

Morris

Robertson

 

 

 

 

 

 

42

1911

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This is a vintage deed that was drawn up in May of 1911 in Blair County, Pa. between the parties of Mrs. Maud Foley and M.T. Foley, her husband and Mrs. Alice Wyland for $900.00 and was called a Quit-Claim Deed.

Foley

Wyland

 

 

 

 

 

 

43

1864

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A handwritten Special Order for Musician George Dearborn of the 59th Massachusetts Volunteers to be reassigned to 3rd Brigade 1st Divsion as a Clerk in the Quartermaster's office. Datelined Head Quarters 3rd Brig, 1st Div, 9th a.c., December 29th, 1864. Very Good condition, measures 8 x 10".

Dearborn

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

44

1864

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Interesting pair of documents both manuscript and signed by Captain Kromer of the 3rd NY Cavalry and also signed by 1st Lt. J A Wolfe as witness. Both datleined Ballyhack Virgina. The first reporting 29th of November, 1864 of a horse that was either lost or stolen from Picket line. The second reports that in the month of December three horses died of disease near Portsmouth Virginia. Both in Fine condition, measures 8 x 10" each.

Kromer

Wolfe

 

 

 

 

 

 

45

1772

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A very attractive and interesting hand written 18C paper Power of Attorney document dated 23rd October 1772 during the reign of King George III. Pertaining to Captain William Howard of Castle Howard near Princeton In the County of Middlesex & Province of New Jersey in North America & Sarah his wife ordaining in their stead Captain Thomas Pemberton of Masham Street in the City of Westminster in England lawful Power of Attorney to bargain and sell all their property in Colchester (Essex). Other names mentioned: George Howard. Signed by witnesses: Richard Hazard & William Hicks An extremely clean document in excellent condition with usual long-term storage folds and three very minor edge tears of folds. Comprising a single sheet of period watermarked paper folded to form a document approx. 7 x 12 with all text fully legible for transcription. Bearing two paper fold over red wax seals in original condition counter signed by William Howard and Sarah Howard.

Howard

Pemberton

Hazard

Hicks

 

 

 

 

46

1848

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One side of document is beautifully hand written - some information in VERY small writing, other side is printed, filled in with writing. Measures 26 1/4 inches x 15 1/4 inches, vellum like, not vellum. Archibald Robertson and wife Harriet to John F Smith, for lot south on west corner of Girard Ave. at Marshall, Penn Township, Phila. County, extending eastward along south side of Girard 175 feet to 7th St. Wife Harriet voluntarily agreed to sell without coercion or compulsion of Husband. John F. Smith will build a substansial brick building within one year, and can collect yearly rent of $300. without molestation. Blue and orange paper seals, one red wax seal attaching Harriet's agreement to sell from New York. Deed endorsed by George C. Thomas and wife extinguishing paid ground rent of $300. per annum. Recorded in Deed Book RLLS 27 page 310. Unusual collector's item in very good condition. ******* I will be listing 25+ Bucks County PA deeds and documents from 1850 to 1912, through multiple owners, for large farm in Newtown, Bucks Co. PA, near Neshaminy Creek, being a complete history of ownership for that time period.

Robertson

Smith

Thomas

 

 

 

 

 

47

1870

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An antique manuscript featuring a Power of Attorney issued in 1870 by Samuel Hurd of Clayton County Iowa USA to George Williams in the City of Lincoln England. In the Power of Attorney, Samuel gives George the authority to sell on his behalf the Dwelling House, Butchers Shop and Premises at 38 Steep Hill in the City of Lincoln. the proceeds to be given to Samuel's wife, who was still living at the premises in 1870. Research has shown that in 1861 Samuel and wife Martha were living at 38 Steep Hill where Samuel was a Pork Butcher, and in 1880 they were both living in Clayton County Iowa where Samuel was a Farmer Results of the research will be included. The P of A is written on 3 pages of a 4 page vellum document, the blank original being issued in the City of Lincoln in 1868, it was completed and signed by Samuel two Witnesses and a Notary in Clayton County in 1870. It is in very good condition and easily readable.

Hurd

Williams

 

 

 

 

 

 

48

1824

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A very important and historic document of the very early days of the Boston Fire department. The document or broadside is essentially a notice dated February 2nd 1824, to a member, Abiel Coolidge, of Engine Company No.13 to appear at a meeting at the engine house to admit new members. The notice is signed by the clerk of the engine company, Seth Cotton. Engine Company 13 was part of the Melvill Fire Company, named for the oldest surviving member of the famed Boston Tea Party and in fact, members of Engine 13 wore tricorner hats as part of their uniforms in deference to their leader and his cononial patriotic origins. Engine 13 is noted for having participated in what was called the second largest mob action in the Commonweath's history ( the Tea Party being the first), in which more than 100 rioters who were violently anti-Catholic, looted and set fire to the Charlestown Convent. Engine 13 was suspected of having participated criminally in the riot and burning of the convent. To read the fascinating story of Engine 13, The Convent Riot and the composition of the Melvill Fire Company, go into the largest search engine on the Internet (I'm not sure what I can mention legally) and put into the search box, Abiel Coolidge - click on view as HTML. You will see a very long article regarding the incident, history of BFD and socialogical comments on early Boston firemen and rioters - fascinating! The scholarly article makes several mentions of Abiel Coolidge; one in 1834 as the oldest member of the company, one when he was reprimanded for bringing 'spirits' into quarters. Coolidge was also mentioned as having been selected to lead a parade in March of 1834, wearing a tricorner hat, to Welcome President Andrew Jackson. The document, on heavy rag content paper is in excellent condition with no damage whatsoever. the body of the message is printed and having the names and dates filled in with sepia ink. The handwriting is fancy with flourishes and in old colonial style where the first S of a double S word was written as an F (Admifsion). Mr Coolidge's name appears on the reverse as well.

Coolidge

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

49

1829

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This is a one page (19x25cm) handwritten letter to a Captain Weston Smith of the sloop Brothey while it is in harbour at Elizabeth City, North Carolina. The letter dated 2nd March 1829 is enquiring the prices that he could get for various items of his cargo. The sender and writer has signed their signature but it is indistinct. The letter has been sent from Bedford which may be the one in Pennsylvania. The photograph may help. The letter is a bit worn and faded understandably for it's age but the text is undamaged and complete.

Smith

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

50

1828

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Boston, Ma., Grant & Seaver Bill of Sale 1828. This is an original Bill of Sale from Grant & Seaver toWilliam Ever dated March 3, !828. It is in good condition or better The only faults are caused by age

Ever

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

51

1892

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A sailor's discharge certificate dated 3rd January 1892. The seaman's name is Joseph Bingham. He is aged 21 and he was born in England. The place of discharge is Portland, ME. The voyage was to Baltimore. The ship's name is "Celina" and the Master is A. Montgomery. Both of the above have signed along with C. L. Tewksbury (US Shipping Commissioner). There are also two photo postcards which may or may not be Joseph, but they were found together. The certificate has been folded and has some damage along folds. One of the photos is very creased. The other is in good condition.

Bingham

Montgomery

Tewksbury

 

 

 

 

 

52

1903

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ANTIQUE INDENTURE Brighton Sussex Marriage Trust HYDE 1903 guaranteed original - from the reign of KING EDWARD VII - 102 YEARS OLD BETWEEN JAMES KELLY OF TORRINGTON SQUARE LONDON SOLICITOR AND CHARLES KELLY OF WORTHING SUSSEX DOCTOR OF MEDICINE OF THE FIRST PART MARY ELLEN TEMPLEMAN OF BUDLEIGH SALTERTON DEVONSHIRE OF THE SECOND PART EMMA KATHERINE RAYNER WIFE OF JOHN RAYNOR OF HIGHBURY QUADRANT LONDON DOCTOR OF MEDICINE OF THE THIRD PART MIRIAM HYDE OF LOWER HUTT WELLINGTON IN THE COLONY OF NEW ZEALAND OF THE FOURTH PART FRANCIS EDWARD HYDE OF WARRENGIE MENINGUE LAKE ALBERT ADELAIDE SOUTH AUSTRALIA LAND STEWARD OF THE FIFTH PART AMY KELLY WIFE OF THE ABOVE JAMES KELLY OF THE SIXTH PART ARTHUR ERNEST HYDE OF 'THE CHASE' CHIGWELL ESSEX GENTLEMAN OF THE SEVENTH PART EMILY WHYTE OF NORTH PARK AVENUE CHICAGO ILLINOIS IN THE UNITED STATES OF THE EIGHTH PART AND OTHERS. MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT TRUSTEES WHEREAS UNDER OR BY VIRTUE OF THE PRENUPTIAL SETTLEMENTOF PARTS OR SHARES OF AND IN CERTAIN FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD HEREDITAMENTS SITUATE AT BRIGHTON IN THE COUNTY OF SUSSEX AT CHELTENHAM PLACE, BLENHEIM PLACE, NORTH ROAD AND GLOUCESTER ROAD SIZES 16 INS X 11 INS IN VERY FINE CONDITION - IMPRESSED REVENUE STAMP ON SEVEN SHEETS OF PARCHMENT

WAX SEALS

Kelly

Templeman

Rayner

Hyde

Whyte

 

 

 

53

1736

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This 1736 deed is in good condition. It is aprox 9 1/2" X 14" Some foxing on the back. The images are of good quality and I have therefore saved copies. The main details from the text are as follows: "To all People . We Mark Perkins of Ipswich in ye County of Essex (New England) Blacksmith & Dorothy wife of said Mark and Jemimah Whipple of Ipswich aforesaid Spinster For and in Consideration of the Sum of Forty five pounds Province Bills ..... well and trult paid by Thomas Kellum of Boxford in ye County aforesaid Yeoman ....... then the said Thomas Kellum his Heirs Executors and Administrators for ever by these Presents: Have given granted bargained sold aliened conveyed and confirmed, and by the Presents, Do freely fully and absolutely give, grant, bargain, sell, aliene, convey and confirm, Unto him the said Thomas Kellum his Heirs and Assigns for ever Two ninth parts of a Certain parcell of Marsh in Ipswich aforesaid Containing fifteen Acres more or less bounded westerly & notherly on Land of Danl. Smith, and on all other Parts by the Creek or however otherwise bounded or reputed to be bounded, being that parcel of Marsh which Robert Pain Gave to his Son in Law Mathew Whipple Junr. by Deed Dated The fourteenth Day of May one Thousand Seven hundred & Two, with the Apprtenances thereto belonging and all Our and Each of Our Estate Right Title Interest & Inheritance which we now have or hereafter by the Death of Either of our Bretheren Matthew or Jacob may have of in or to ye premises or any part or parcel thereof or the Reversion & Reversions Remainder & Remainders of the same To have and to hold .... to him the said Thomas Kellum .... for ever. 27 Dec 1736.

Perkins

Whipple

Kellum

Smith

Pain

 

 

 

54

1738

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This 1738 deed is in good condition. It is aprox 7 3/4" X 12" The images are of good quality and I have therefore saved copies. The main details from the text are as follows: John Dennis of Ipswich in the County of Essex in New England Joyner in consideration of seventy pounds Bills of Credet paid by Siluanas Lakeman of Ipswich afore sd. Shoresman, sold a Certain peace of Tillige Contaning about two Acres more or less lying and being in mannings reek field so caled in Ipswich Bounded Esterly partly on land of Mr Samll. Wainwrights partly on the sd. Lakemans own land southerly on land of Jacob Coldwells westerly on land of the sd. Coldwells partly, and partly on land of John Newmarck and partly on land of Thos Staniford to the Bounds first mentioned orf however other ways bounded ..... To have and to hold ... to him the said Siluanas Lakeman .... for ever. ...... I the said John with Sarah my wife who gives up her dower to the premeses have hereunto set our hands ..... 21 Dec 1738. Signed by John & Sarah Dennis, witnessed by Thomas Dennis & Samuel Goodridge. Countersigned by Jonathan Wade, Juste Pacii, 13 Jan 1738/9.

Dennis

Lakeman

Wainwright

Coldwell

Newmarck

Staniford

Goodridge

Wade

55

1738

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This 1738 deed is in good condition. It is aprox 7 3/4" X 12" This deed has heavy foxing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

56

1793

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This wonderful indenture is signed and sealed for a deed purchase of land on Green Street between Delaware and Fourth Streets.in historic Philadelphia, PA.. It is all beautifully hand written and is in near perfect condition ( considering the age). It concludes with the "marks" of William and Mary Dougherty and Catherine and Elizabeth Miltenberger..there are also wax seal with their marks There is also a seal of the recorder of deeds dated July 31, 1793.

Dougherty

Miltenberger

 

 

 

 

 

 

57

1850/1860

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(Boston), Manuscript document signed, [c. 1850-60], two pages, to the President of the United States, petition signed by forty-nine prominent citizens of Boston recommending a Mr. J. Vincent Browne as Navy Agent for Massachusetts, with signatures of Robert G. Shaw, Rufus Choate, Enoch Train, Samuel Appleton, and others, (some spotting).

Browne

Shaw

Choate

Train

Appleton

 

 

 

58

1898

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1898 signed document Cowil of USA re Aberdeen family "I isabella Cowil, daughter of and residing with Margaret Johnston or Cowie, widow of John Cowie, Browne Farm, Jarrats Depot, Greensville, Sussex, County of Virginia, U.S.A., do hereby acknowledge to have received from Alexander Lowe, farmer, Nether Basndlie, Parish of Tyne and County of Aberdeen...Settlement of my Grandfather the late Alexander Johnson, sometime residing in New Aberdeen, thereafter at Trainhill in the Paris of New Deer...Ten pounds Sterling...". It has been signed by Isabella and has a revenue stamp. There are two witness signatures. Has been folded.

Cowil

Johnston

Lowe

 

 

 

 

 

59

1775-1779

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From 1775 to 1779. Matthew Whitney traces the years of his service in the Revolutionary War in a letter to Hon. Elisha Pope, Comptroller of State of Connecticut, Hartford. This A.L.S., from Albany, Aug. 19, 1833, 3 pp., supplies requested information, probably for pension application. In Spring 1775, Whitney "enrolled in a company of militia in N.Y., while Long Island was taken by the enemy. Term of Service 2 mos." In Spring 1777, he was in Eliphalet Thorp's company, marched to Danbury, and was placed under Benedict Arnold. He had an engagement at Ridgefield, and was transferred to Capt. Humphrey's unit, "whose duty it was to service Connecticut," where he served nine months. Then, in Spring 1778, he was in Fairfield County, Conn. (where Whitney had been born in 1760), in a number of different units. In 1779, he enlisted as a Corporal in Thorp's company "on the Connecticut Service," and was stationed at Groves Hill at the mouth of Black Rock Harbor, and was at the Battle of Fairfield when the place was burnt by the enemy. He spent 8 -1/2 months in service that year. At the close, Whitney lists nine officers he served under in 1776 and 1777, and also lists other officers in the body of his letter in whose units he served. Pages 1 and 2, on verso, are closely trimmed; p. 3 breaking at vertical fold, with some pencil notations in far left margin, not touching text. Integral address-leaf, vestige of red wax seal. Stamped Paid, manuscript postal marking, and circular handstamp (unclear). Darkly penned. Varied Army career of a soldier who was a member of Washington's favorite fighting unit, "The Connecticut Line."

Whitney

Pope

Thorp

Arnold

Humphrey

 

 

 

60

1793

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Sam Ward, Jr. Continental officer, rose to Lt. Col., Rhode Island Regiment at Valley Forge, Morristown, and Newport; one of the first American merchants to visit Far East (1788); in Paris when Louis XVI sentenced to death. A.D.S. twice, Port of York, Oct. 3, 1793, concerning Ward's import of a box of "two hats...My baggage was all embarked in the (ship) Ellin ...except this box...The Hats above mentioned was sent by mistake...intended for my sole use...." With other signatures. Fine.

Ward

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

61

1796

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Jedidiah Huntington. Revolutionary War General, friend of Washington; Collector of Customs at New London, Conn.; served on court of inquiry in case of Maj. Andri; drafted constitution of Society of Cincinnati. D.S., New London, 1796. Manifest for export of assorted goods, Huntington signing as Collector. 12 x 15. Original folds, else clean and very fine. Uncommon form of his autograph.

Huntington

Andri

 

 

 

 

 

 

62

N.D.

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Nicholas Fish. Revolutionary War officer, appointed by George Washington as Supervisor of Revenue of District of New York; Adjutant Gen. of N.Y. State; executor of Alexander Hamilton's will. D.S. "Nich. Fish," customs receipt, as supervisor, partly printed, embossed seal. Ornamental borders. Very fine.

Fish

Hamilton

 

 

 

 

 

 

63

1822

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John Quincy Adams. Land grant signed "J.Q. Adams," as President, 1822. Eighty acres granted to Elias Hallcrop, Brookville, Indiana. Vellum, 9 -1/2 x 1 5 -1/2 . White wafer seal cracked, a small portion lacking. Original folds, scattered toning, else about fine, with fairly bold signature.

Adams

Hallcrop

 

 

 

 

 

 

64

N.D.

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New Hampshire. Group of three documents, each signed by a Governor: John T. Gilman (served 1794-1805 and 1813-15), Samuel Bell (1819-23), and Samuel Dinsmoor (1832-34). All appointing Bradbury Barley as Justice of Peace. 10 x 16 to 12 x 14. Wear at fold affecting text loss in Gilman document only, else others very good. All with State Seal.

Gilman

Bell

Dinsmoor

Barley

 

 

 

 

65

1824

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Old Virginia. Commercial letter from A.V. Johnson, Petersburgh, Va., July 31, 1824, to his home office in N.Y. Integral address-leaf with circular Petersburgh cancel, 2 pp. Writing of progress on an order, bill of lading for iron received for two schooners, order being prepared, tobacco scarce. Commenting on scarcity of business, "There is no such thing, unless you include eating, sleeping and thinking. No cotton, no tobacco, no nothing coming to market...." Small tear in blank area, else about fine.

Johnson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

66

1820

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David Porter. War of 1812 naval officer, later Commander-in-Chief of squadron attacking piracy. A.D.S., Washington, 1820, ordering payment of $50 to William Anderson. 4 -1/2 x 7 -3/4 . His characteristic expansive signature with paraph. His son, David Dixon, commanded naval forces in Civil War. Few small holes not affecting text.

Porter

Dixon

 

 

 

 

 

 

67

1728

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1728 Legal Document, Boston Town, Mass. Bay Province. Concerns an agreement of a counterbond between John Smith and Deacon Nathaniel Brewer. Several additional names appear. The condition of this document is superb with the handwriting quite good. Very few documents of the period are equally attractive.

Smith

Brewer

 

 

 

 

 

 

68

1813

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A wonderful Indenture/deed for sale of land situated between Juniper Street and south side of Chestnut Street in Philadelphia, PA. The 22 foot lot, selling on January 11, 1813, for $2,400.00. This transaction was between John Cooper Seckel and Thomas and Phillip Kelly. The paper texture seems a very stiff vellum (?) or possibly skin (?) as it seems to have a wax feel. However, the item is not heavy and measures approx 25" X 14". Anyway, very unusual in shape and in great condition. Notice the unique, red wax seals on the inside right side and on front section when closed a seal with ornamentation (shield) for county/city of Philadelphia. This deed is folded in half and then into 4 sections. To get such perfect folds, for the thickness of paper, it must have been ironed (?). The great penmanship is beautiful and unusual in size in comparison to the largeness of document. The hand printed lettering and signatures, in ink, are clear and clean, no tears that I see. For the age of this item on the outside are signs of age, no signs of being brittle at all. Also on back has written in deed book IC, No 22, page 676 on the 13th of January, 1813.

Seckel

Kelly

 

 

 

 

 

 

69

1766, 1768

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A vellum deed dated 1766 conveying land in Hunterdon County in the Province of New Jersey by Doctor Thomas Cadwalader, Esquire, and his wife Hannah, both of Philadelphia; to Abraham Cottnam of Hunterdon, Attorney at Law. The deed is signed by both of the Cadwalader's. Dr. Cadwalader had a distinguished medical career and although a Quaker, supported the Revolutionary War with monies and served on a board certifying Surgeons. There is an additional Memorandum dated 1768 attesting to the signatories who appeared in person, including himself, Judge William Clayton of New Jersey. Nicely penned with remnants of red wax seals on bluish paper tags. VeryGood condition, measures 22 x 22 ".

Cadwalader

Cottnam

Clayton

 

 

 

 

 

70

1853

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This old 1853 Vellum deed for West Philadelphia, PA. Mary and Julia Britton to Robert Galbreath, Lot 92 in Blockley Township, Philadelphia County about 30 acres. In one crease is a bit of bug nibble. Measures 18" X 24". The writing is wonderful and it ALL is readable. I could not began to put alll the info on paper. It is in great condition, I did not know that Vellum was so durable. No tears at all, I will try to picture the nibble, very hard to see and it does not interfer with the writing.

Britton

Galbreath

 

 

 

 

 

 

71

1860

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copy of a DEED/INDENTURE for the heirs of Peter Arbogast, deceased to Peter T. Arbogast, Washinton Township, Snyder County, April 2, 1860. It lists all the heirs and their signatures. and describes the boundaries of the property.

Arbogast

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

72

1840

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Antique Vellum 1840 Moorestown, New Jersey Burlington County Deed Indenture. The 166 year old document is made of vellum parchment and when opened it measures 21 3/4 inches long by 17 3/4 inches tall. It's for "lands and plantation" in what was then called Chester Township in the County of Burlington being sold by George Armstong and his wife Anna to David Roberts for $7663. The property is described as being situated from the middle of the public road from Moorestown to Camden, next to the property lines of Edward French, Elisha Hunt, Martha Mooreland, Geo. Matlack, Cooperthwaite's land, Phebe Hunts line to the middle of Cinnamincen Road and the middle of the Pennsaukin Creek (notice the different spellings). It has the exact location in terms of direction, degrees, markers, etc. It mentions some of Mary Gosner and Phebe Hunts previously owned land being seized by a deed of conveyance. The deed was signed by George and Anna Armstrong. It was written and signed by Amos Stiles and witnessed by Edward French. It's in fine condition with no damage or repairs.

Armstrong

Roberts

French

Hunt

Mooreland

Matlack

Gosner

Stiles

73

1859

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RARE PHILIPPINE PASSPORT 1859 FOR US CITIZEN Anna Edwards - Sister of Oden Edwards -Superb condition Here is a very rare early Philippine item that should attract considerable attention as early material from this part of the world is quite hard to come by. This official signed and printed passport measures a very large 12 1/4" x 16 3/4" and is for Anna Edwards who was the sister of the famous merchantman Oden Edwards from the house of Peele and Hubbell who had their trading offices in Manila at the time. Mr. Edwards was an extremely important person in Manilla society at the time and later became a US agent and representative for the US Government in the Phillipine's. This rare item is completely fresh to the market and is in incredible condition having come out of an estate in Maine.

Edwards

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

74

1820

Dominic Winter 26 July 2006

312

Bahamas. Autograph letter signed from R.B. Chisholm, Nassau, New Providence, 14th May 1820, to Colonel James Chisholm, "the change which is now nigh to take place in respect to the Legislators of these Islands - vizt. Governor Cameron to be succeeded (by appointment since Jany. last) by General Grant, the attorney (Wylly) to be removed to the island of St. Vincent and our Chief Justice (now President Munnings) is ordered home, both to be succeeded by professional gentlemen to be appointed by government and sent here from home... , In regard to business, its dulness is placed almost beyond the possibility of ever getting brisk, this stagnation is felt throughout all our West India possessions; we therefore sanguinely hope and wish a declaration of war between any two powers whatever" and asks Chisholm to say a word in his favour to Governor Grant re. mercantile affairs, two pages, 4to, together with unrelated ephemera including three lists of lands with improvements owned by William Long, Robert Nuckolls and Enoch Osborn in the state of Virginia, each listing land and slaves owned with prices and each signed by the landowner, one page, 4to/folio, plus English and French printed and manuscript items, mostly 19th century

(approx. 20)

Chisholm

Cameron

Grant

Wylly

Munnings

Long

Nuckolls

Osborn

75

1880

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Paper Document - 1880 Power of Attorney A paper document on three sheets measuring 34 cm x 41 cm approx A Copy Power of Attorney of James Brooks Close Esq of Le Mars, Plymouth County, Iowa, dated 15 December 1880 including a copy of the declaration of C J C Ball, a Notary Public for Plymouth County and a copy declaration by J Warrack the British Vice Consul at Chicago The document is regarding a Mortgage in which James Brooks Close was a party concerning property in Staffordshire, England giving Power of Attorney to his brother, John Brooks Close of Lancashire Road, Hope near Eccles, Lancashire, England Other names include: Samuel Burd, John Brooks Close, John de Heley Chadwick, William Henry Kearsley, Edward James Thompson, Condition: Good

Close

Ball

Warrack

Burd

Chadwick

Kearsley

Thompson

 

76

1882

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YOU ARE BIDDING ON AN ORIGINAL NEW HAMPSHIRE 1882 HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA IN GOOD TO EXCELLENT CONDITION . 17" WIDE BY 14" HIGH.THE PRINTING IS STILL NICE AND CLEAR FOR THE MOST PART WITH NO PAPER TEARS.HOWEVER, DUE TO AGING .THE BOTTOM PART APPEARS TO HAVE A LOT OF SMALL BROWNISH SPOTS WHICH I UNDERSTAND IS COMMON FOR OLD DOCUMENTS.SOME ROLL UP WRINKLES. From the image the diploma was awarded to Ida Edith Connor for scholarship and good deportment.

Connor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

77

1841

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ANTIQUE HOLY BIBLE~1841~ H & E PHINNEY'S STEROTYPE EDITION COOPERSTOWN,NY ::THIS BIBLE WAS PRODUCED IN TWO VERSIONS (MORMON & CATHOLIC)WITH & WITHOUT THE ACROPACHY-THIS BIBLE IS WITHOUT::(IT IS THE CATHOLIC VERSION) ~DIMENSIONS: 9"wide / 11"long/3"high ~COVER: Leather Hard Cover----back cover on bottom right has an aprox.4" long thin black mark almost looks like a burn mark- ***front cover looks detatched in the picture but it is held on securly by the spine*** *THE HOLY BIBLE CONTAINING THE OLD & NEW TESTAMENTS TRANSLATED OUT OF ORIGINAL TOUNGES *CANNE'S MARGINAL NOTES & REFERENCES *TABLE OF SCRIPTURE WEIGHTS & MEASURES & COINS

 

~BIBLE HAS HAND WRITTEN NOTES ON INSIDE FRONT COVER & FIRST PAGE-~BELONGED TO THE SNOOKS FAMILY OF EAST HAMPTON, NY USA-IN BETWEEN THE PAGES OF THE BIBLE ARE PRESSED FLOWERS WITH HANDWRITTEN NAMES AND DATES

 

*BIBLE IS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION FOR IT'S AGE. IT IS MISSING PAGES IN THE MIDDLE-THROUGH RESEARCH, I ASSUME THE PAGES WERE FOR FAMILY HISTORY. *ALL PAGES ARE IN GREAT CONDITION & FULLY LEDGIBLE.FRONT INDEX PAGES(pgs.3,4,5,& 6) ARE SEMI ATTATCHED AND ARE ALL THERE BUT THEY ARE DOGEARED ON THE CORNERS & FRAYED ON THE EDGES *OPENING PAGE HAS TWO PEN MARKS *BINDING IS WORN ON THE OUTSIDE BUT VERY TIGHT & ALL PAGES EXCEPT FOR THE FEW IN THE FRONT(AS MENTION ABOVE) ARE STILL ATTACHED VERY SECURLY. ~FRONT COVER IS WORN IN PLACES AND DOGEARED ON THE CORNERS ~PAGES NUMBERED TO 767 ON BOTTOM -PAGE#768APPEARS IN THE MIDDLE OF THE PAGE WHERE LAST PAGE WRITING ENDS.*THERE ARE TWO BLANK PAGES STILL ATTATCHED AFTER LAST NUMBERED PAGE* ~BOOK ALSO APPEARS TO HAVE WATER MARKS ACROSS THE BOTTOM OF PAGES.

Snooks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

78

1727

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signed & Dated 1727 part printed & part hand written in Guilford ,New Haven / Newhaven Colony of Connecticut in New England, ( before the formation of the United States of America). This is the Genuine Legal document of Josiah Stone for buying land off David N----**see below in Guilford ( to build a home?) & signed & sealed by Josiah Stone & signed/witnessed by Thomas Smith & John Smith & James Hooker ,Justice of the peace. 14th Oct 1727 in reign of King George 2nd.King of England (& North America).

 

What is on the document ( like this is printed & like this is manuscript / hand written )

 

To All People to whom these Present shall come, Greetings Know Ye, that J Josiah Stone of Guilford in the county of Newhaven Colony of Connecticut in New England for the consideration of the sum of fourty shillings currant money , received to my full satisfaction ,of David N -- of Guilford in the county of Newhaven Do give, grant, bargin ,sell and confirm unto the said David N--- - - assigns forever half an acre, right of ---- ----- land lying in common & ------ in the township of Guilford ----- and not not yet laid out and to be laid out ------ ----- fourth division ______________ ( lots more) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ etc. etc ------ ( then) ----- In witness whereof J have set my hand and seal this forteenth Day of October in the first year of the reign of Our Sovereign Lord, George the Second , King of Great Britain, &c. Annoque Domini, 1727 Signed, Sealed and Delivered Josiah Stow in the presence of Tho's. Smith, John Smith ( and some more hand writing & signed ) James Hooker, Justice (of the) Peace .

 

I am unable to decipher surname of David ? , could be David Naughti, or Naughty ??? but i'm sure you could find out with time, as on one of the two handwritten things on the other side is about Deed was---- recorded October ye 14th 1727-- recorded at length in Guilford Town, Book of Deeds , folio 10 ( and what looks like another signature).(folio 10 is what it was called & stored in 1727 & i think not the same as how they catalogue/ store them now) ( so they may still have a basic copy written in their book of Deeds, but this is the Original legal document)

 

Size is approx. 8 1/2" x 12 1/2" , condition is good for age , on thin hand made paper with line watermarks, but as it is almost 300 years old, has signs of various folding, is a little frayed at edges & some minor tears/splitting , but in one piece with almost no loss of text ( very tiny loss of letter v in name of David ). amazingly the wax seal is mostly still there and it is dark blue with the head/profile of someone looking left.

 

The two names on the document are Josiah Stone and David Naughtie (also spelled Naughty). Josiah was born in Guilford on May 22, 1685, son of William and Hannah (Woulfe) Stone. He married Temperance Osborn of East Hampton, Long Island, New York on June 29, 1705. They lived in Guilford, and later in Litchfield, CT. I do not have much genealogical information about David, but his wife's name was Ruth and they were active members in the Church of England here in Guilford - - Christ Episcopal Church, www.christchurchguilford.org. + more on net he died in Guilford 1733 and related orig from David Stone of Essex born 1420.

 

If you are looking for genealogical information, I would suggest contacting the Historical Room of the Guilford Free Library, www.guilfordfreelibrary.org. They have published histories of the Stone family in Guilford, and they may have additional information on David Naughty.

 

this was made at the time America was an English Colony ,about 50 years before the Boston tea party & Paine writing in a Philadelphia newspaper to kick out British rule, & Washington eventually defeating the British forces to let America become Independent & ( Thetford, England born ) Thomas Paine calling it, the " United States of America" , a name they still use.

 

i have no idea how it got to Norfolk in England, it came to me from a Norfolk auction with the 2 other manuscripts items of similar date i have on ebay now, and not catalogued, at first even i thought it was Guilford, a town in England. but as Thomas Paine and many others were from Norfolk & returned (or sent) to visit family with presents etc. and it is only about 10/15 years ago some late 18th cent. handwritten /manuscript pages were found down the back of a antique sofa/chair that turned out to be some of the original draft pre/of the American constitution, (that is now back in America). much of which was taken from what Paine had published or actually written, as many believe Thomas Paine either wrote or helped write the constitution (he later helped the French Revolution which is why they are similar in the basics ) But as Paine criticised both the American & French leaders for NOT following there own constitution and letting one person rule just as the King, (even for 4 year periods).

Stone

Naughtie

Smith

Hooker

 

 

 

 

79

1881

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A FINE VICTORIAN BIBLE IN BLACK LEATHER WITH GOLD GILT TO PAGE ENDS. WAS GIVEN TO MARTHA LANDFORD BY HER BROTHER JOE CAMERON AS A PARTING GIFT WHEN HE EMIGRATED TO THE USA ON 4th OCT 1881. CLEAR WRITING IN A FINE HAND. 6ins x 4ins. IN VERY GOOD , SOLID CONDITION FOR AGE.

Landford

Cameron

 

 

 

 

 

 

80

1785

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Indenture between Charles Porter of Leacock Township in Lancaster County and John Rosse also of Leacock, October 7, 1785, with Porter selling Rosse land "on a branch of Turtle Creek in Westmoreland County" signed by Charles and Bathsheba Porter and witnessed by John and James Shaffner, also signed on the back by the recorder of deeds in Lancaster County, William Henry, and again in 1853 by the Allegheny County Recorder of Deeds, Samuel Fahnestock. Indenture is on vellum and measures 18.5 x 26 inches and is in very good condition with the original red wax seals a bit chipped and some age soil and toning, folded several times

Porter

Rosse

Shaffner

Fahnestock

 

 

 

 

81

1820

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This piece is signed 1820 and the suject matter is the aquisition of 55 acres of land for in Schoharie County New York. This piece is in excellent used condition with some folds. The document measures approx. 15 1/2 inches wide by 13 1/2 inches tall. The piece is signed by the parties involved. From the image one of the parties appears to have been William H Granby

Granby

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

82

1828

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THIS IS A GREAT INDENTURE DEED FROM 1828, SIGNED AND SEALED IN SUFFOLK. BOSTON DOCUMENTS SUCH AS THIS ONE ARE BECOMING VERY COLLECTIBLE BECAUSE OF OUR EVER INCREASING THIRST FOR KNOWLEDGE OF OUR AMERICAN HISTORY. MASSACHUSETTS DOCUMENTS ARE FINDING THEIR WAY INTO NOTED COLLECTIONS IN MANY MUSEUMS THROUGHOUT THE NORTHEAST STATES. THIS PARTICULAR DOCUMENT IS SIGNED BY AMELIA AND WILLIAM GUTTERSON. IF YOUGO TO GOOGLE AND TYPE IN WILLIAM AND AMELIA GUTTERSON, YOU WILL SE THAT THEY WERE INDOCRINATED TO THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH WHICH WAS INCORPORATED IN 1774. THEY WERE MADE MEMBERS IN 1818, JUST TEN YEARS BEFORE THIS DOCUMENT WAS SIGNED. THE SIZE OF THE DOCUMENT IS 15" x 18". A JAMES H. FOSTER IS ALSO MENTIONED IN THE WRITING OF THE PAPER. IT IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

Gutterson

Foster

 

 

 

 

 

 

83

1856

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Indenture dated 1856 Transfer of mortgage For securing 200 and interest Brewhouse and Coopers Shop Between George Cowell Late of Tenterden in the county of Kent A Gent But now of No 217 Percy Street Cleveland Ohio in The United States of America Thomas Wicken Of Tenterden in the county of Kent A Cooper And Joseph Munn Of Tenterden in the said county A Gent Other names mentioned Vanderlure Mills Thomas Blackmore Thomas Blinks Edward Blinks William Bishop (deceased) Thomas Huntley This item is on vellum Hand written Waxed seals

Cowell

Wicken

Munn

Mills

Blackmore

Blinks

Bishop

Huntley

84

1835

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This is a Peddler's License dated April 24th 1835 from Augusta, Maine. Although it does not say Maine, I purchased it in that state and am reasonably certain as to that provenance. From the image the name of the person granted the licence appears to be William Vickory or Vickary.

Vickary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

85

1796

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vellum Indenture. The date is July 28, 1796 for Samuel French of the Township of Greenwich to William Stockton. Also between Agness Roberts Township of Chester. This was just recovered from decades in storage. Unfolded it measures approx. 24 1/2" x 11 1/2".

French

Stockton

Roberts

 

 

 

 

 

86

1844

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original, authentic deed / indenture dated 1844. All handwritten in what appears to be Old English script. Includes Andrew D. Caldwell (of the Northern Liberties sectio of PHiladelphia) and George W. Tryon. Other persons / family members are mentioned. Lengthy document with lots of information. Approx. 28 x 27 inches. Signed by public officials and has 3 seals - covered in paper protectors. Discusses a property in the Spring Garden District of Philadelphia discussing the Delaware Eighth Street. The condition of this fine document is very good condition.

Caldwell

Tryon

 

 

 

 

 

 

87

1848

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original, authentic deed / indenture with parties mentioned as Patrick Smith - Tavern Keeper of Philadelphia PA, William Emlen and J. Dickinson Sergeant dated 1848. Huge thick paper. 25 x 20 inches. Thick paper. Witnessed, sealed, notarized and includes 1 original revenue stamp. Includes detailed description of property.Some discoloring especially around creases. Old English style writing. Also parts are typewritten. Signed by PHiladelphia public officials. REgarding property on Tulip and Sergeant Streets. Also, Fox Street. Also mentions the very historic Philadelphia Sepviva Estate. The condition of this fine document is good condition. A piece at the bottom looks like it may have been torn or has roughness.

Smith

Emlen

Sergeant

 

 

 

 

 

88

1855

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original, authentic deed / indenture with parties mentioned as William Fisher, Edward Palmer, Philip Ricketts, Mary Ricketts, and dated 1855. Huge thick paper. Approx. 25 x 20 inches. Thick paper. Witnessed, sealed, notarized and includes 5 wax seals. Includes detailed description of property.Some discoloring especially around creases. Old English style writing. Also parts are typewritten. Signed by PHiladelphia public officials. REgarding property in the Kensington district of PHiladelphia. Mentions Dunton Street. The condition of this fine document is good condition

Fisher

Palmer

Ricketts

 

 

 

 

 

89

1865

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original, authentic deed / indenture dated 1865. All handwritten in what appears to be Old English script. IT appears to serve as a Will regarding real estate as well as many other persons / family members are mentioned in the event of death. Some of the parties involved are Bernard Sharkey, Mark Miller, Charles Kugler, Jacob Stadleman, William Hay, Dennis Kelly and others. Lengthy document with lots of information. 28 x 27 inches. Signed by public officials and has 7 seals. Discusses a property in Norristown, County of Montgomery. The sentence reads something like this -- "An that Mansion House Plantation and Tract of Sand situate partly in Lower Merion Township." Mentions Haverford Road -- next to the "Cleavinger's" Land. Offers detailed measurements and neighboring property owners of the land. It seems that several men own a piece of land and they put it in writing, describe it and discuss what will happen if any die -- heirs, etc. Reverse side reads "Deed" with parties names. The condition of this fine document is good condition.

Sharkey

Miller

Kugler

Stadleman

Hay

Kelly

 

 

90

1869

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original, authentic deed / indenture dated 1869. Involves William Bell, a builder and his wife Eliza and Albert Barry, a plasterer, both of Philadelphia, PA. Involves a land and a buildings. I believe the street names read Cumberland and Thompson. 19th Ward. Approx. 19 x 24 inches. Has 2 seals and 1 raised seal. One small sectionn of roughness on the document - not sure if a seal was there and fell off. Witnessed and Notarized. The condition of this fine document is very good condition.

Bell

Barry

 

 

 

 

 

 

91

1883

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original, authentic deed / indenture dated 1883. Handwritten & Typed. Involves John Smith and James M Kelley both of Philadelphia, PA. Involves a land and a dwelling. John Smith is listed as an INspector. Mentions Westminster Ave, Centre St. and Fortieth Street. Approx. 19 x 24 inches. Signed by public officials and has 2 seals. The condition of this fine document is very good condition.

Smith

Kelley

 

 

 

 

 

 

92

1924

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original, authentic deed / indenture Robert A. Coughenour and his wife Gladys H. Dated Jan. 8, 1924. 4 sides of paper. 11 1/2 x 18 inches. Thich paper. Witnessed, sealed, notarized and includes 2 original revenue stamps. Involves land and dwelling on Hancock Street. Includes detailed description of property.Mentions prior owners with last name of Pew. Gives instructions on painting and care. Signed by public officials and Mr. Pew. The condition of this fine document is very good to excellent.

Coughenour

Pew

 

 

 

 

 

 

93

1843

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original, authentic deed / indenture with parties mentioned as William A. Patrick & wife Sarah and Ferdinand Dreer (Jeweller). Huge thick paper. Approx 28 x 16 inches. Thick paper. Witnessed, sealed, notarized and includes 3 wax seals - covered by paper slips. Includes detailed description of property. Old English style writing. Also parts are typewritten. Signed by PHiladelphia public officials. Property of Spruce Street and Schuykill Seventh Street. Mr. Ferdinand Dreer was a prominent Jeweler and is also featured in many documents of the Philadelphia Historical Society. In addition, his collections have been featured at museums such as Winterthur. He was a wealthy Civil War collector. The name and date match the time era in which Mr. Dreer was in Philadelphia. Not sure if this is the correct one but information seems to match. The condition of this fine document is good condition.

Patrick

Dreer

 

 

 

 

 

 

94

1864

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original, authentic deed / indenture with parties mentioned as Clement Biddle and Charles B. Roberts dated 1864. Huge thick paper. Approx 25 x 20 inches. Thick paper. Witnessed, sealed, notarized and includes 3 seals. Includes detailed description of property. Old English style writing. Also parts are typewritten. Signed by PHiladelphia public officials. Property of Nineteenth Ward and Cumberland Street. The condition of this fine document is good condition.

Biddle

Roberts

 

 

 

 

 

 

95

1840

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original, authentic deed / indenture dated 1840. Includes Charles Wharton of the city of Philadelphia and Ann Maria his wife and Weston Donaldson of the said City Wharf builder. Price is $8,750. Approx. 16 x 27 inches. INcludes 3 wax seals covered in paper. Land and property. Property is near Schuykill Seventh Street and Spruce Street. Includes various buildings, water courses, streets, alleys waters, liberties and priveledges. I believe this to be Charles Wharton of the famous Wharton Family of PHiladelphia PA and Delaware. I am not certain but I believe Charles had a wife name Ann Maria and lived and did business in Philadelphia during this time frame. The condition of this fine document is very good condition.

Wharton

Donaldson

 

 

 

 

 

 

96

1845

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original, authentic deed / indenture dated 1845. Includes Elijah Tyson of the Kensington District of Philadelphia, PA - Lumber Merchant and Andrew Manderson Jr. also a Lumber Merchant from the same area. Approx. 16 x 27 inches. INcludes 5 wax seals covered in paper. Land and property. Property near South Westerly, Hanover Street. Ground rent of $38.25 per ann. The condition of this fine document is very good condition.

Tyson

Manderson

 

 

 

 

 

 

97

1862

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original, authentic deed / indenture dated 1862. Includes Thomas Williams - Lumber Merchant and wife Elizabeth and Benjamin Williams - City Merchant. Approx. 27 x 19 inches. INcludes seals. Discusses the Streets - Eighteenth St in the First Ward, Webster St. and others. Describes property in detail. The condition of this fine document is very good condition.

Williams

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

98

1864

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original, authentic deed / indenture dated 1864. Includes Thomas Martin of Philadelphia (a Hatter) and Mary his wife. And Robert Martin, same city, a Cabinet Maker. Also are more individuals listed -- Patrick Manemin, Abraham McGarry (Pawn Broker), Joseph Stallworth. Also mentions James Colling. And so many more. It seems that the property is owned by multiple people. The indenture describes the premises and the heirs in case of death. The indenture also includes the buildings on said property. Approx. 28 X 32 inches. INcludes numerous wax seals covered by paper. This is an indenture which also includes Will information for a property on Passyunk in Philadelphia, PA. I believe this is the street located on or near where the famous Pat's and Gino's Cheesesteak shops are located. The condition of this fine document is good condition. For some reason - there is a piece cut out of document on bottom

Martin

Manemin

McGarry

Colling

 

 

 

 

99

1867

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original, authentic deed / indenture dated 1867. Includes Charles Cornwell & Jane his wife of PHiladelphia and Henry P. Anthony. Approx. 28 x 20 inches. INcludes seals and a revenue stamp. Document is witnessed and the sum is $600.00 Discusses the Streets - Vienna, Eighteenth Ward, Franklin Ave and others. Describes property in detail. Also mentions what appears to read - "Hensen's Alley." The condition of this fine document is very good condition.

Cornwell

Anthony

 

 

 

 

 

 

100

1900

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original, authentic deed / indenture dated 1900. Includes William Ward of the City of Chester and Frank McGinnis of Prospect Park -- trading as Ward and McGinnis. Also Benjamin Baur. Approx. 8 x 14 inches. 2 pages / 3 sides. Raised Seal, Original Signatures, 7 revenue stamps, witnesses. Sum is $3,500. Involves land, buildings, brick dwelling, alley, etc. 13th Street, Walnut Street. Includes description of property, Neighboring owner. The condition of this fine document is very good condition.

Ward

McGinnis

Baur