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Box: 35 Fold: 14 Plats/Indentures, etc. [107 Z1-Z8]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1710]? - [12/31/1905]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [107 Z1-Z8] consists of plats, indentures and items pertaining to real property. Items include the following: Note (Feb. 11, 1905) by Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; Grant (1738) of Charles Calvert [Lord Baltimore] to John Howard and John Hamill; Agreement (1724/5) between George Thorold, S.J., and Edward Cole; Indenture (1710) between Edward Cole and Cornelius Wildman; Bond (1740) of conveyance by Joseph Gates; Dorothy Gates (1735) appoints power of attorney to Joseph Gates; Plat (1740) of Maidstone; Survey of New Brandford; Plat (1750) of Hunt's Adventure; Memorandum pertains to Gates' land; Documents pertain to Gates' Hope adjoining New Brandford.

Box: 36 Fold: 1 Real Property Documents [107.5 B-B10]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1893]? - [12/31/1933]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [107.5 B-B10] consists of documents pertaining to real property. Items include the following: Deed (1893) of the Leicester Town Company of Prince George's County to Michael A. Noel; Deed (1894) between Michael A. Noel and the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen; Deed (1907) between Edward E. Perkins and The Corp. RCC; Certification of release (1909) of Ascension Church [Bowie, MD] from the Corp. RCC; Release (1893) by and between James T. Perkins and the Leicester Town Company; Abstract of title (1893) for Ascension Church lots; Summary of title [Bowie Church]; Abstract of title (1907) by Edward E. Perkins to the Corp. RCC; Plat of Leicester township; Map of acres purchased (1907) marks parish/Corp. property; Ascension Church expenses of purchase (1907); Two picture post cards of Ascension Church [c. 1933].

Box: 36 Fold: 2 Land Documents [107.5 C1-H4]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1827]? - [12/31/1926]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [107.5 C1-H4] consists of land documents. Items include the following: Deed (1827) of Benjamin Oden to the trustees of Boone's Chapel; Two surveys of land around Boone's Chapel [Rosaryville, MD]; Deed (1896) between Amelia D. Stonestreet, Charles H. Stonestreet, Mary F. Stonestreet, Frederick Stone & Jennie Stone and Francis X. Stonestreet and Marie Stonestreet; Plat of La Plata church lot (1896); La Plata Church lot [copy of deed between Sydney E. Mudd and Mary Ida Mudd to James Cardinal Gibbons]; Courses and distances of lot at La Plata; Letter (Jan. 7, 1901) from Rev. J.T. O'Brien, Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Baltimore; Deed [copy (1911) by F. Brooks Matthews to James Cardinal Gibbons pertains to the La Plata Cemetery; Postcard (1910) of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church [La Plata]; "The [Baltimore] Sun" newsclipping (1926) concerns the La Plata storm; Deed [copy, (1911)] between Lemuel B. Owen and James Cardinal Gibbons.



Box: 36 Fold: 3 Varia re: land [107.5 I1-L3]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1800]? - [12/31/1918]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [107.5 I1-L3] consists of varia pertaining to real property. Items include the following: Deed (1869) of William J. Owen to Martin J. Spalding, Archbishop of Baltimore; Deed [copy (1904)] by John B. Bragunier to James Cardinal Gibbons for land adjoining the church near Hill Top in Charles County, Md; Will of Edward S. Welsh to the pastors of St. Ignatius Church in Hill Top; Diamond Jubilee booklet for St. Ignatius Church [Hill Top]-(1859-1959); Note (1918) from Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; Three letters (1886) from Robert Fulton, S.J.; Letter (July 5, 1913) from F. Brooke Matthews; Deed (1908) of Francis E. Mattingly to James Cardinal Gibbons; Extract of record of deeds-Extract of first deed (including deed from Charles Pye to John Mondesir-1800) as well as deeds pertaining to Cornwallis Neck and a deed of sale for 12 Negro slaves; Deed (1879) between Benjamin D. Tubman et al to James Cardinal Gibbons; Plat and explanation of Cornwallis Neck church lot.

Box: 36 Fold: 4 Varia re: Land [107.5 M1-M9]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1763]? - [12/31/1963]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [107.5 M1-M9] consists essentially of varia pertaining land. Items include the following: Survey (1763) of Clements Addition; Indenture (1763) between George Clement and George Hunter, S.J.; Indenture (1848) between Francis C. Green and Rev. Samuel Eccleston, Archbishop of Baltimore; Survey (1875) of Pomfret Church property; Deed (1876) between Francis B. Green et al. and Rev. James Bailey, Archbishop of Baltimore; Release (1876) of Charles E. Harrison; Deed [copy (1909)] by Bernard F. Green et al. to James Cardinal Gibbons; Letter (Nov. 1844) from Peter Kroes, S.J., to Colonel Thompson contains lists of subscribers to Pomfret Church; Contract (1844) with William A. Maddox, carpenter, to build part of Pomfret Church; Agreement (1847) with Francis Thompson, trustee of Pomfret Church and William T. Brown, painter; Statement of accounts with W.A. Maddox and W.T. Brown for work done on Pomfret Church; Receipts and claim (1848) of W.A. Maddox; Postcard of St. Joseph's Church [Pomfret]; Two letters (1905) from E.I. Devitt, S.J., to Joseph Zwinge, S.J., concerns a bit concerning the history of Pomfret deeds, the grant for St. Thomas as well as gifts made to Georgetown College by Ida Ryan.

Box: 36 Fold: 5 St. Joseph's Church Anniversary Booklet [107.5 M10]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1963]? - [12/31/1963]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [107.5 M10] consists of a Bicentennial (1763-1963) pamphlet for St. Joseph's Church in Pomfret, Maryland.

Box: 36 Fold: 6 Deeds: James (Cardinal) Gibbons [107.5 N1-Q1]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1853]? - [12/31/1917]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [107.5 N1-Q1] consists essentially of deeds to James [Cardinal] Gibbons. Items include the following: Deed (1878) from Margaret E. Copsey et al. to James Cardinal Gibbons; Deed (1883) from Richard T. Copsey to James Cardinal Gibbons; Deed (1903) from Richard H. Garner to James Cardinal Gibbons; Deed (1909) from George Gibson to James Cardinal Gibbons; Deed (1870) from Josephine Plowden et al. to Sacred Heart Church [St. Mary's County]; Survey and plat (1917) of Bushwood and Bushwood Lodge; The Beginnings of Chaptico; Letter (Apr. 21, 1910) from Enoch B. Abell; Deed (1904) from John H. Reeder to James Cardinal Gibbons; Indenture (1852) between William Mills and the trustees of St. John's Church [St. Mary's County]; Deed (1872) by Richard Colton to the trustees of St. Johns Church; Deed (1906) by Martin J. Yates to James Cardinal Gibbons; Letter (Jul. 25, 1906) from P.J. O'Carroll, S.J., to Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; Deed (1861) by J. Felix Morgan to Our Lady's Chapel in Medley's Neck; Deed (1914) by Charles Abell to James Cardinal Gibbons; Two letters (1914) from A.J. Kelly, S.J.; Letter (Jul. 11, 1853) from R.D. Woodley, S.J., to George I. Spalding; Deed (1912) by Josaeph B. Drury to James Cardinal Gibbons.



Box: 36 Fold: 7 Deeds/Indentures [107.5 R1-S3]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1849]? - [12/31/1888]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [107.5 R1-S3] consists essentially of deeds pertaining to land. Items include the following: Memo concerns Leonardtown church property; Indenture (1849) between James Blakestone and John M. Millard et al, trustees of St. Aloysius Church [Leonardtown]; Indenture (1849) between John M. Millard et al., trustees of St. Aloysius' Church and Samuel Eccleston, Archbishop of Baltimore; Deed (1868) by Catherine Camalier to Loyola College [Baltimore]; Deed (1870) by Thomas Dillow to Loyola College; Deed (1858) by James T. Blakestone to Thomas Dillow; Agreement (1867) by and between Loyola College and Thomas Dillow; Deed (1888) by Catherine M. Camalier to Loyola College; Deed (1867) by Philip R. Edelen to Martin John Spalding, Archbishop of Baltimore.

Box: 36 Fold: 8 Leonardtown-Varia [107.5 R6-S3]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1868]? - [12/31/1917]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [107.5 R6-S3] consists essentially of varia pertaining to Leonardtown. Items include the following: Survey and plat (1916) of St. Aloysius church property in Leonardtown; Four letters (1908-1909) from Joseph Hanselman, S.J., to Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; Letter (Aug. 14, 1908) from Edward X. Fink S.J.; Letter (Aug. 31, 1908) to Fr. Zwinge from Robert C. Combs; Authority to collect proceeds from sale of land tract called Thornley; Deed [copy (1910)] by the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen to Mount Saint Joseph's College [Baltimore Co.] for Leonard Hall [formerly known as "Thornley"]; Two letters [carbon copies-June 30, 1909) from Joseph Zwinge, S.J., to Father Provincial concerns the Leonardtown School for Day Scholars; Three letters (1910) from L.J. Kelley, S.J., concerns Leonard Hall; Letter (Dec. 15, 1910) from Brother Isidore; Letter (Dec. 15, 1910) from Brother Walter to Brother Isidore complains about delapidated condition of Leonard Hall; Memo (1910) concerns Leonardtown School property; Record of receipts and expenditures for Leonard Hall (1911); Points of Agreement in Regard to Leonard Hall Property; Deed (1868) by Benjamin G. Harris to Loyola College for White Hall; Agreement (1880) between Asa Lawrence and B. Harris Camalier; Deed (1889) by Sally Hobbs to the Corp. RCC; Deed (1913) by Charles E. McKay to James Cardinal Gibbons; Survey and plat (1917) of St. James Chapel lot and school lot; Deed (1916) by William H. Seward to James Cardinal Gibbons.

Box: 37 Fold: 1 Deeds/Surveys [107.5 T1-W9]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1852]? - [12/31/1922]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [107.5 T1-W9] consists of essentially of deeds and surveys of real property. Items include the following: Indenture [copy (1852)] between John Shadrick to Francis Patrick Kendrick, Bishop of Baltimore; Survey and plat (1876) of St. George's Church [St. Mary's County] lot; Deed (1876) by George M. Nichols to Rev. Joseph E. Keller; Deed (1877) by Joseph E. Keller to Woodstock College (in trust); Deed (1922) by George B. Cecil to Michael J. Curley, Archbishop of Baltimore; Deed (1902) by Benjamin Biscoe et al. to James Cardinal Gibbons [deed for St. Peter Claver Church]; Letter (Nov. 20, 190?) to Benjamin Biscoe; Survey and plat (1915) for St. Peter Claver Church lot; Memo concerning the history of St. Nicholas Church and Holy Face Church; Deed (1918) from Sarah Biscoe et al. to James Cardinal Gibbons; Deed (1888) by J. Pitt Forrest to John T. Forestall; Deed (1888) by Anastasia Benville and John T. Forestall to the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen; Deed (1890) by Anastasia Benville and John T. Forestall to Rev. Joseph Desribes, Agent for the Corp. RCC; Deed (1890) between Anastasia Benville, John T. Forestall, Joseph Desribes, S.J., and the Corp. RCC; Deed (1891) by Thomas Milburn to the Corp. RCC; Survey and plat (1891) of St. Michael's Hall lot; Letters/memo (1887-89) pertain to judgement of Thomas Milburn against J.P. Forrest; Contract (1888) between J.B. Gaffney, S.J., and Joseph Milburn; Two (undated) letters from Mary Drinan.

Box: 37 Fold: 2 Deeds/Surveys/Plats [107.5 Z0-Z11]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1795]? - [12/31/1921]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [107.5 Z0-Z11] consists essentially of deeds, surveys and plats pertaining to church real property. Items include the following: Indenture [copy (1795)] between N. Lewis Sewall and William Holton & Robert Jarboe; Deed (1800) by Henry Sewall to Nicholas Sewall, Enoch Combs and William Herbert [Deed for St. Nicholas Church [St. Mary's County]; Indenture (1853) between the Trustees of St. Nicholas Church and Francis Patrick Kenrick, Archbishop of Baltimore; Note (1908) concerns transfers of St. Nicholas Church property to the Archbishop; Letter (Dec. 10, 1919) from D.J. Roche, S.J.; Survey and plat (1920) of St. Nicholas property; Map (1919) of right-of-way through St. Nicholas property; Correspondence and note pertain to claims (1907-1908) made by St. Nicholas Church in regarding to burning of house during the Civil War; Letter (Dec. 29, 1913) concerns Trappists stay at St. Nicholas; Letter (Sept. 14, 1922) provides history of St. Nicholas Church property; Survey (1920) of St. Nicholas Church property; Letter (June 18, 1921) from Thomas I. Cryan, S.J., to Joseph Zwinge, S.J., concerns selling small lot to Knights of St. Nicholas.

Box: 37 Fold: 3 Indentures [108 A1-A8]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1725]? - [12/31/1779]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [108 A1-A8] consists essentially of indentures. Items include the following: Grant (1725) from Charles Calvert [Lord Baltimore] to Thomas Shea; The courses of Maiden's Bower secured (1748); Indenture (1750) between Henry Beach and Bennett Neale, S.J.; Indenture (1753) between Bennett Neale and Benjamin Wheeler; Indenture (1764) between Thomas Shea and Bennett Neale; Indenture (1770) between Benedict Wheeler and Ignatius Matthews, S.J.; Receipt (1773) to Bennett Neale pertains to Deer Creek property; Indenture (1779) between Martin Preston and Charles Sewall, S.J.

Box: 37 Fold: 4 Harford County-Varia [108 A9-A19(a-e)]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1780]? - [12/31/1957]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [108 A9-A19(a-e)] consists essentially of varia pertaining to Harford County . Items include the following: List of surveys and plats for Thomas' Beginning and the addition to Thomas' Beginning; Power of attorney (1780) by Ignatius Matthews, S.J., to Charles Sewall, S.J.; Resolution of the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen (1786) to purchase lot adjacent to old settlement; Official survey (1780) of Thomas' Beginning and Thomas' Addition and depositions concerning the boundaries; [MISSING: (108.A10.25) Proceedings of General Chapter at White Marsh (1786)]; Certificate of survey (1793) to Sylvester Boarman; Minutes of a commission (1793) authorized to mark the boundaries of Thomas' Beginning, the Addition to Thomas' Beginning and Maidens Bower; Letter (Sept. 27, 18?) of R. Smith to Francis Neale, S.J.; Letter (Mar. 1, 1821) from Archbishop Ambrose Marechal [?] to Francis Neale concerns the dispute between the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen and the people of Deer Creek; Certificates [depositions] of members of the church (1821) that Shea's plantation (Glasgows) was given to Fr. Bennett Neale for support of the priest; Answer of the Trustees of the Corp. RCC to Archbishop Marechal refusing to deliver to him the money received from the sale of Deer Creek Farm (c. 1821); Mortgage (1822) of Thomas C. Stump to Adam Marshall, S.J.; Extracts from Francis Neale and letters to Peter Kenny, S.J., by Fr. Dzierozynski; An account (1832) of the Deer Creek matter by Francis Neale; Newsclippings (1906, 1957) contain historical sketch of Deer Creek; Map of Priest Neale's Mass House in Churchville; Sketch of Paradice [or St. Joseph's Mission], Priest Neale's Mass House and blueprint.

Box: 37 Fold: 5 Newsclipping [108 B1]
DATE SPAN: 06/06/1911 - 06/06/1911

DESCRIPTION: This folder [108 B1] consists of a newsclipping (June 6, 1911) from the Baltimore "Sun" pertaining to a reception at the Regiment Armory in which James Cardinal Gibbons, the Archbishop of Baltimore and U.S. President William H. Taft and former President Theodore Roosvelt were present.

Box: 37 Fold: 6 Cathedral Records [108 B2]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1906]? - [12/31/1906]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [108 B2] consists of a copy of "Cathedral Records," which provides a history of Catholicity in Baltimore from 1756-1906.

Box: 37 Fold: 7 Baltimore Cathedral-Centennial [108 B3-B4]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1906]? - [12/31/1906]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [108 B3-B4] consists of anniversary materials pertaining to the centennial of the cathedral in Baltimore [Basilica of the Assumption]. Items include the following: Booklet entitled "Old St. Peter's or The Beginnings of Catholicity in Baltimore" by Rev. J. Alphonse Frederick (1906); Newsclipping (1906) concerns anniversary of the cathedral; Centennial booklet (1806-1906) for the cathedral in Baltimore provides history of the cathedral and catholicism in Baltimore.

Box: 37 Fold: 8 Baltimore Catholic History [108 B5-B8]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1904]? - [12/31/1951]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [108 B5-B8] consists of newsclippings and booklets pertaining to Baltimore Catholic history. Items include the following: Newsclipping concerns the Baltimore fire (Feb. 7-9, 1904); Booklet-"The Baltimore Fire through a Camera" (1904); Newsclipping (1907) concerns proposal to erect statue of Cecilius Calvert, Lord Baltimore; Newsclipping [no date] concerns geneology of Hill, Neale and Brooke families; Booklet (1951) entitled "The Baltimore Co-Cathedral" [Minor Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary by Cornelius M. Cuyler, S.S.]

Box: 37 Fold: 9 Varia re: Real Property [108 K1-N9]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1777]? - [12/31/1866]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [108 K1-N9] consists of varia pertaining to real property. Items include the following: Letter (no date) from Rev. J[ohn ?] Dubois to the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen; Letter (June 10, 1814) from William Goldsborough to Francis Neale, S.J.; Letter (May 7, 1815) from Rev. J. Dubois to Rev. Maleve; Letter (July 6, 1816) from Fr. Maleve to Francis Neale; Indenture (1777) between John Logsdon and Charles Sewall, S.J.; Letter of attorney (1791) of James Walton, S.J., to Charles Sewall; Power of attorney (1797) to Bishop John Carroll; Letter (Apr. 10, 1863) from Theodore Jenkins; Survey (1846) of Snowden's New Birmingham Manor and Rutland Purchase Enlarged; Record of conveyance of Snowden's New Birmingham Manor and Rutlands Purchase Enlarged (1865) to Georgetown College; Survey [pencil copy] of Snowdens New Birmingham and Rutland Purchase; Indenture (1843) between Eliza Snowden & Elizabeth W. Snowden and Dr. Theodore Jenkins; Indenture (1849) between Theodore Jenkins and Georgetown College; Indenture (1849) between Horace Capron and Georgetown College; Indenture (1847) between Eliza Snowden and Theodore Jenkins; Indenture (1850) between Theodore Jenkins and Georgetown College; Survey and map (1865) of Snowdens New Birmingham and Rutlands Purchase Enlarged; Statement of Laurel church fund from sale of land (1865-66); Payment by Archbishop M. Spalding for building of house at Laurel church; note from archbishop to pay balance of cost.

Box: 38 Fold: 1 St. Joseph's [Balt]-Records [108 P1-R5]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1765]? - [12/31/1905]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [108 P1-R5] consists essentially of records pertaining to St. Joseph's Church in Baltimore. Items include the following: Deed (1765) by John Hepburn to Elias Harding for Hermitage [on Rock Creek]; Indenture (1802) between Samuel Moale and Charles Carroll of Carrolton; Letter (Apr. 23, 1802) of Charles Carroll of Carrollton; Plat of St. Joseph's [Baltimore] property; Note (1856) concerns St. Joseph's property; Two sets of St. Joseph's housekeeping/repair records accounts (1858-60); Receipts and miscellaneous financial papers belonging to St. Joseph's; [OVERSIZE Box 3: (108 R3)-Large book of pew rents (1846-51) for St. Joseph's Church and for St. Ignatius in Baltimore (1882-83, 1886, 1905)]; Furniture inventory (1860) of articles purchased by Rev. M. Slattery; Account of Jesuit Father's account with St. Joseph's Congregation (attached is one page of a financial report for 1899).

Box: 38 Fold: 2 St. Joseph's/St. Francis Xavier-Varia [108 R6-R26]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1863]? - [12/31/1875]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [108 R6-R26] consists of items pertaining to St. Joseph's Church and St. Francis Xavier Church in Baltimore. Items include the following: Letter (Dec. 20, 1864) of Sr. Mary Innocent concerns removal of sisters from St. Peter's Church; Receipt (1865) of Rev. Michael Slattery contains note by Joseph Zwinge, S.J., on reverse side concerning the charge of St. Joseph's Church in Baltimore; Letter (Sept. 13, 1864) of Rev. Slattery to Angelo Paresce, S.J., mentions purchase of a house for "colored" [Negro] sisters; Decision (1865) of Archbishop Martin J. Spalding in case of St. Joseph's Church and the Society of Jesus; Receipts; Letter (Aug. 25, 1863) of H.B. Bloskery, Administrator for the Archdiocese of Baltimore, grants permission for Jesuits to establish St. Francis Xavier Church [Baltimore] for "colored" [Negro] Catholics; Letter (Jan. 20, 1864) to Fr. Bloskey from the Propagation of Faith; Letters (1871-1875) between Joseph E. Keller, S.J., Herbert Vaughan, Bishop of Salford [England] and James R. Bayley, Archbishop of Baltimore in regard to keeping or giving up the "colored" [Negro] church in Baltimore in possession of the Josephites.



Box: 38 Fold: 3 Property Documents [108 S0-Z2]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1702]? - [12/31/1823]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [108 S0-Z2] consists essentially of documents pertaining to real property. Items include the following: James Carroll Certificate (1702) for 824 acres; Deed (1764) of Charles Carroll [of Annapolis] to George Hunter, S.J.; Letter (Oct. 19, 1816) from P. Laurenson to Francis Neale, S.J.; Copy of resolutions of trustees of the RCC [Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen] in the town of Baltimore. On rear is plat of cathedral property; Power of attorney (1816) to Enoch Fenwick by Fr. Neale; Indenture (No Date) between Francis Neale and William Lee; Indenture (1823) between Joseph Gold and Thomas C. Jenkins; Court appeal of Gold Family against sale of lot to Thomas Jenkins; Points of information for the Rev. Fr. Provincial concerning the claims of the congregation of Tennallytown [presently St. Ann's Church-Tenley Circle]; Receipts and expenses for St. Joseph's German Church [Washington].

Box: 38 Fold: 4 Varia [109 E1-H11]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1848]? - [12/31/1906]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [109 E1-H11] consists of varia [essentially correspondence]. Items include the following: Obituary (1906) of Rev. Matthew O'Keefe; Warranty deed (1887) between St. Andrews Bay Railroad, Land and Mining Co., and John J. Sandaal; Notice regarding taxes to owners of property at St. Andrew's Bay, Florida; Will (1850) of Thomas J. Curd, S.J., leaves one-third of estate and residue, including Negro slave boy, to Ignatius Brocard, S.J., and Charles C. Lancaster, S.J.; Letter (Dec. 2, 1848) of E.H. Curd to Thomas Curd; Three letters (1850-51) of Sim Boyd to C.C. Lancaster; Letter (Oct. 28, 1849) from J.F. Curd to Thomas Curd; Extract of a letter (Mar. 10, 1848) from E.H. Curd to Thomas Curd; Letter (Aug. 5, 1851) from C.C. Lancaster, S.J., to Sim Boyd encloses power of attorney for John Kays; Power of attorney (1851) of Ignatius Brocard and C.C. Lancaster, S.J., to John Kays; Agreement (1851) between Fr. Brocard and C.C. Lancaster and John Kays; Letter (Feb. 23, 1852) to Fr. Brocard and C.C. Lancaster; Five letters (1853-61) from John Kays to C.C. Lancaster; Letter (June 1, 1853) from J.F. Curd to C.C. Lancaster; Six letters (1855-61) from C.C. Lancaster to John Kays.

Box: 38 Fold: 5 Correspondence [109 K-K10]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1881]? - [12/31/1883]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [109 K-K10] consists essentially of correspondence. Items include the following: Three letters (1881-83) from William Burt to Brother J.P. Corrigan; Letter (Aug. 28, 1883) from William Burt to T.W. Hayes; Letter (Aug. 5, 1883) from Brother Corrigan to T.W. Hayes; Two letters (1883) to T.W. Hayes from Brother Corrigan; Letter (Sept. 8, 1883) from William Burt to T.W. Hayes; Letter (Sept. 11, 1883) from Dan H. Ball; Indenture (Mar. 8, 1883) between William C. Stevens and T.W. Hayes; Letter (Oct. 4, 1883) from Dan H. Ball to T.W. Hayes; Receipts (1881-83) from the Auditor General's office.

Box: 38 Fold: 6 Doyle Legal Suit-Varia [109 M1-N28]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1817]? - [12/31/1893]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [109 M1-N28] consists of varia mostly pertaining to the Doyle legal suit. Items include the following: Paper concerns purchase (1817) of a tract of land from the Ohio Purchase Co.; Letter (Mar. 31, 1828) to Francis Dzierozynski, S.J.; Power of attorney (1827) from Francis Neale, S.J., to Fr. Dzierozynski; Receipt for deed received by N. Walsh; Letter (no date) of James H. Behan to Archbishop Francis P. Kenrick; Letter (no date) of James H. Behan to Charles Stonestreet, S.J.; Survey and map of property left by Behan to Fathers Stonestreet and Edward Sourin, S.J.; Extract of Will (1838) of Walter Herron; Power of attorney (1865) from Frs. Stonestreet and Sourin to Charles C. Lancaster, S.J.; Receipt of residue legatus (1868) of J.H. Behan; Letter (May 4, 1869) of C.C. Lancaster concerns giving management of Behan property to Rev. Matthew O'Keefe; Letter (Nov. 27, 1877) of Fr. O'Keefe concerns suit of A.W.R. Devereux Doyle; Note (1877) concerns the Doyle suit against Frs. Stonestreet and Sourin; Letter (Apr. 26, 1878) of William H. White to Fr. O'Keefe; Letter (Apr. 20, 1879) of attorneys William White and Theodore Garnett concerns the Doyle Caveat to Behan's Will; List of questions to be answered by Frs. Stonestreet and Sourin in the Doyle suit; Letter (Apr. 16, 1878) of attorneys White and Garnett to Fr. O'Keefe; Letter (Dec. 9, 1879) from Fr. O'Keefe to C.C. Lancaster; Two letters (1879) from Fr. O'Keefe; Letter (Apr. 12, 1881) from Attorney White to Fr. O'Keefe; Three letters (1880-82) from Fr. O'Keefe to Provincial Robert Brady, S.J.; Letter (Aug. 8, 1881) from Clara D. Kenny to Frs. Stonestreet and Sourin; Statement of expenses (1881) in Doyle suit; Report to court (1882) concerns sale of lots at public auction; Letter (May 10, 1882) from attorneys White and Garnett to Fr. O'Keefe includes statement of income and expenses; Power of attorney (1885) by Fr. Sourin to Thomas W. Hayes, S.J.; Judgement (1893) in favor of Thomas A. Whelan against Fr. Matthew O'Keefe; Miscellaneous papers pertaining to the Behan property.

Box: 38 Fold: 7 Varia [109 P-S1]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1730]? - [12/31/1849]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [109 P-S1] consists of varia [mainly correspondence]. Items include the following: Map of Irwin County, Georgia; Letter (Feb. 22, 1849) from C.C. Lancaster, S.J., to General A.H. Brisbane; Three letters (1849) from General Brisbane; Grant (1730) from Thomas Lord Fairfax per Robert Carter to Alexander MacCarty; [OVERSIZE Box 4: (109 P1)-Grant from George III (per William Tryon, Royal Governor of North Carolina) to Robert Francis (1770)].



Box: 38 Fold: 8 Indentures [109 Z1-Z1.8]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1799]? - [12/31/1868]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [109 Z1-Z1.8] consists essentially of Indentures to Francis Neale, S.J. Items include the following: Deed [Fragment (1799)] between William Hutchinson and Christian Slimmer; Will (1810) of Ignatius Junigel; Indenture (1803) between Christian Slimmer and Ignatius Junigel; Indenture (1809) between Francis Neale, S.J., and Richard Libby et al.; Indenture (1810) between William Bushby and Francis Neale; Indenture (1811) between William Watters and Francis Neale; Indenture (1814) between John Generes and Francis Neale; Indenture (1817) between William Veitch and Francis Neale; Indenture (1827) between William Reynolds and Francis Neale; Deed (1868) between John Lally et al. and Angelo M. Paresce, S.J., et al..



Box: 38 Fold: 9 St. Mary's Church [Alexandria]-Varia [109 Z2-Z3]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1803]? - [12/31/1863]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [109 Z2-Z3] consists of varia pertaining to St. Mary's Church in Alexandria. Items include the following: Indenture (1803) between William T. Alexander, Bishop John Carroll and Robert Townshend Hove; Indenture (1840) between Margaret O'Connor and [Sister] Mary Xavier Clarke and Archbishop Samuel Eccleston; Bills and receipts (1852-1863) belonging to St. Mary's Church [Alexandria]; Agreement (1854) between George Villager, S.J., and John T. Hill; Agreement (1854) between John T. Hill and H.C. McLaughlin.

Box: 38 Fold: 10 Alexandria Mission-Varia [109 Z4-Z11]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1792]? - [12/31/1871]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [109 Z4-Z11] consists of varia pertaining to the mission in Alexandria. Items include the following: Plat and survey (1865) of First Presbyterian Church; List of deeds kept in the Georgetown University Archives concerns Jesuit property holdings in Alexandria; Letter (Apr. 6, 1866) from James Curley, S.J., to A.M. Paresce, S.J.; Receipt (1865) from examination of property deeds belonging to the Catholic Church at Alexandria Courthouse and those of First Presbyterian Church; Statement (1868-71) of Peter Kroes, S.J., concerns the Jesuit mission in Alexandria; Settlement of account (1864) of pastor of St. Mary's Church in Alexandria; Deed (1868) between Thomas F. Mulledy, S.J., and John McGill, Bishop of Richmond; Letter (May 25, 1860) from Bishop McGill; Extract of the Virginia General Assembly entitled "An Act for Regulating Conveyances" (1792); Letter (Jan. 13, 1871) from Fr. Kroes to Rev. J. Keller.

Box: 39 Fold: 1 Indentures/Conveyances [110A]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1701]? - [12/31/1790]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [110A] consists essentially of indentures and conveyances involving old Maryland families. Items include the following: Indenture (1784) between John Baptist Dant and Thomas Griffin; Conveyance (1763) from Mark Griffin Cooper to Philip Griffin for St. Helen's Swamp; Deed (1727) from C. Butler to National Corporation; Indenture (1702) between William Guyther to Cecil Butler; Deed (1788) of William Guyther to Nicholas Guyther for Pope's Hogg, Pennsylvania; Indenture (1785) between John Baptist Dant and Thomas Griffin; Settlement (1788) between Henry Jarboe and Thomas Griffin; Bond (1791) of Henry Jarboe to Thomas Griffin; Conveyance (1790) of James Dant to Thomas Griffin.

Box: 39 Fold: 2 George Fenwick-Varia [110 A-S6]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1756]? - [12/31/1823]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [110 A-S6] consists essentially of materials pertaining to George Fenwick, S.J. Items include the following: Patent for land (1785) reissued to the heirs of William Jones; Indenture (1756) between Mark Griffin Cooper and Philip Griffin; Bond (1781) of Ignatius Joy to George Fenwick; Bond (1782) between William Fenwick to George Fenwick; Bond (1787) between Jeremiah Milburn to George Fenwick; Bond (1781) between John Yates to George Fenwick; Bond (1782) between John Railey to George Fenwick; Bond (1791) of Zachariah Forrest to George Fenwick; Account vouchers and other financial papers (1812-23) of Enoch J. Millard; Receipt of sale for two Negro slaves (1811); Inventory and account sales of the estate of George Fenwick (1811); Affadavit (1812) of James Montgomery on account of George Fenwick with Ignatius Middleton.



Box: 39 Fold: 3 Memorandum Book of Surveys [110 S7]

DESCRIPTION: This folder [110 S7] consists of a memorandum book of surveys [full surveys of lots in Beaverdam Manor]. Note from Benjamin Morgan on rear concerns Woolsey Manor.

Box: 39 Fold: 4 George Fenwick (SJ)-Bound Materials [110 S8-S11]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1782]? - [12/31/1792]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [110 S8-S11] consists of items belonging to George Fenwick, S.J. Items include the following: Daybook (1782-85) of George Fenwick; Memorandum of surveys in St. Mary's County, Maryland (1790-92); State of Maryland Dr. for surveying Woolsey Manor.

Box: 39 Fold: 5 George Fenwick (SJ)-Account Records [110 S10-S11]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1793]? - [12/31/1797]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [110 S10-S11] consists of memorandum account record books. Items include the following: Memorandum book of family expenses and other accounts of George Fenwick (1793); Memorandum book (1794-97).

Box: 39 Fold: 6 Fenwick Family-Varia [110 T0-T5]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1737]? - [12/31/1830]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [110 T0-T5] consists of varia pertaining to the Fenwicks. Items include the following: Genealogy of George Fenwick; Survey of land [Fenwick Manor] on Patuxent River; Receipt (1830) of purchase for Negro slave belonging to George Fenwick, S.J.; Ejectment papers (1797)-Cuthbert Fenwick vs. Lewis Fenwick; Indenture (1737) between Benjamin Tasker and Cuthbert Fenwick; Indenture (1751) between Benjamin Tasker and Samuel Abell.

Box: 39 Fold: 7 George Fenwick Estate [110 T6-T8]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1714]? - [12/31/1772]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [110 T6-T8] consists essentially of items pertaining to the estate of George Fenwick. Items include the following: Memorandum book of farm leases (1714-47); Inventory of goods and chattles (1772) of George Fenwick includes Negro slaves; Distribution of slaves and personal effects.

Box: 39 Fold: 8 Sewall Family-Varia [110 W1-W12]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1716]? - [12/31/1907]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [110 W1-W12] consists of varia pertaining to the Sewall Family. Items include the following: Newsclipping (1907) pertains the auction of a land tract called Susquehannah; Survey (1716/7) of Susquehannah by Henry Sewall; Survey and plat of the Sewall estate [Farthing Chance]; Depositions (1761) pertain to the beginning boundary of land tract called Mattoporney Sewall; Bond (1775) between Nicholas Lewis Sewall and Beatty O'Neal & Deakins; Deed of sale (1790) to Nicholas Sewall for five Negro slaves; Deed of sale (1790) for Negro slave woman to N.L. Sewall; Receipt for payment (1790) from the estate of Walter Pye; Inventory and appraisal of estate of Nicholas Sewall; Appointment (1800) of Henry Sewall as executor of N.L. Sewall estate; Agreement (1801) between Henry Sewall and Robert Sewall for sale and purchase of Mattoporney; Mortgage (1732) of Charles Sewall to Benjamin Tasker, Charles Carroll and Daniel Carroll; Letter (Dec. 13, 1783) from Charles Sewall to Nicholas Lewis Sewall; Letters of administration (1801) on estate of N.L. Sewall granted to Charles Sewall.

Box: 39 Fold: 9 Brent Family-Varia [110 Y1-Z3]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1630]? - [12/31/1742]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [110 Y1-Z3] consists of varia pertaining to the Brent Family. Items include the following: Plat and survey (1742) of William Brent land; Biographical sketch of Giles Brent's student life; Indenture (1630) between Richard Brent and Francis Burke; [MISSING: 110 Z0-Z3 (Brooke papers (1732-36)].

Box: 39 Fold: 10 George Fenwick Correspondence [110.5 A1-D8]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1802]? - [12/31/1811]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [110.5 A1-D8], with only one exception, consists exclusively of the correspondence to George Fenwick. Items include the following: Letter (Jan. 23, 1802) from Edward Camille; Two letters (1804-1805) from John Stephen; Letter (May 28, 1804) from George P. Greenfield; Two letters (1805-1806) from William Neale; Letter (Aug. 8, 1806) from Henry Abell; Letter (Jul. 17, 1807) from Cornelius Creagh; Three letters (1808-1809) from Joshua Millard; Papers (1808) concern negotiations of Francis Neale, S.J., pertaining to the sale of a Negro slave belonging to Ann Fenwick; Two letters (1809) from Frederick Heisely; Two letters (1810) from John W. Butler; Letter (No date) from Walter Brooke to John L. Millard; Two letters (1810) from M. Bartgis; Letter (May 10, 1811) from John Shaw; Letter (Dec. 24, 1810) from John Lewis Millard; Letter (Aug. 30, 1811) from William Drury; Letter (Sept. 14, 1811) from P. Fontanne; Letter (May 7, 1811) from Josiah M. Speake; Letter (Jan. 7, 1811) from Bealle of Georgetown; Letter (Jan. 3, 1811) from Mary Gardiner; Letter (Oct. 8, 1871) from W. Wham; Letter (Jan. 23, 1811) from Washington Boyd; Letter (June 18, 1811) from Clement Drury.

Box: 40 Fold: 1 George Fenwick-Varia [110.5 E1-H13]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1741]? - [12/31/1824]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [110.5 E1-H13] consists of varia pertaining essentially to George Fenwick. Items include the following: Letter (Feb. 13, 1786) from John Thomas; Two letters (1816) in French; Certificate (1777) concerns the inventory of Michael Hubish; Tax bill for George Fenwick; Certificate of Evaluation (1787) for Fenwick lands; Verdict for defendant [George Fenwick vs. Henry Jemmison (1797)]; Various receipts and financial papers for taxes, etc., belonging to George Fenwick; Account (1804) of George Fenwick with Henry Neale; Bond (1821) between Calib Earp, Jacob Baltzer and Jacob Paquiale with Richard Barrett; Record of lot boundaries for part of Good Luck (Lots 1-3); Certificate [Thomas Coleman to Henry Owen (1741)] concerns tract called Aaron; Extract from Edward Clark's deed; Extract from H. Smallwoods Deed; Surveys (William Scott land); George Greenfield's account with Henry Medley (1799); Agreement (1796) between Henry Miles and John Threlkeld; Thomas Beale to Charles French (survey); Title (1803) to George Beale for land tracts called Fife Enlarged, Beale Adventure and Conclusion. Agreement (1795) between George Fenwick and George & Charles Barnes; Protested bill of exchange (1804)-George Fenwick (drawer) and James & Charles Allston (drawer); Article of Agreement (1824) between Ann Martell and Lewis Cartwright; Unexecuted Indenture (1823) for land tracts called Long Meadows and Chance; Anne Cheney's Cure for the Flux; Plat of Thompson's Purchase.

Box: 40 Fold: 2 Warrants of Resurvey/Indentures [110.5 K1-M21]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1791]? - [12/31/1824]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [110.5 K1-M21] consists of essentially of warrants of resurvey and indentures. Items include the following: Warrant of resurvey [William Bagley v. John Addison (1802)] for land tract called Addition; Warrant of resurvey [William Pancoast v. Fench Ringold et al. (1824)]; Warrant of resurvey [William Pancoast v. John Walker (1804)]; Warrant of resurvey [William Pancoast v. Thomas Talbutt (1804)]; Warrant of resurvey [William Pancoast v. Lewis Talbot (1804)]; Warrant of resurvey [William Pancoast v. Marbury et al.]; Memo (1824) concerns Pancoast's relocation to Pencott's Invention; Indenture (1787) between William Deakins & John Threlkeld and William Bailey; Indenture (1791) between William Deakins & John Threlkeld and Francis & Charles Lowndes; Warrant of resurvey [Walter Mackall v. John Masters (1803)]; Ordinance to survey property (the Georgetown Corporation v. the heirs of Charles Beatty); Order of resurvey [Elisha Riggs v. Benjamin Patterson (1806)]; Indenture (1810) between Isaac Dawes and Robert Clarke; Agreement (1815) between Henry Lucas and Edward Stone & Edward Edmonston; Deed (1815) from John Hugh, Trustee [Joseph E. Rowles heirs] to William Worthington; Extract from a deed [survey provided only (1811)] to Charles A. Beatty and Abraham Bradley; Indenture (1816) between Charles A. Beatty and John Brackinridge & Phineas Bradley; Suit (1820)-[George] French v. Brackenridge; Indenture (1817) between James Hollingshead and James Melvin; Indenture (1818) between William Brooks and Isaac Wilson; Indenture (1818) between John Threlkeld and Charles Wise; Agreement (1820) between Richard Bland Lee and Lloyd Pomphrey; Memorandum of Agreement (1821) between Judge B. Thruston and Benjamin Mayfield; Indenture (1822) between John Murdock alias John Barber) and Benjamin Mayfield; Courses of a deed [i.e., survey] between Thomas Wright and Robert Ober.

Box: 40 Fold: 3 Indentures/Bonds [110.5 N1-N10]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1804]? - [12/31/1834]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [110.5 N1-N10] consists essentially of indentures and bonds. Items include the following: Indenture (1804) between William H. Dorsey and Joseph West; Indenture (1811) between Joseph D. West and John Threlkeld; Indenture (1821) between Joseph D. West and William & Edmund Cammack; Indenture (1823) between William Cammack and Edmund Cammack; Indenture (1804) between James M. Lingan and Henry Foxall; Deed extract (1808) from Aquila Jones to Washington Bowie; Commission (1807) to Lewis and John F. Ford; Bond of conveyance (1816) between Richard Jones and Francis Fenwick & Jemeriah Merrell; Certificate of sale for Negro slave (1817) by Francis Fenwick, S.J., to Margaret Fenwick; Indenture (1834) between George Fenwick and Mary Fenwick.

Box: 40 Fold: 4 Indentures/Bonds [110.5 P1-P13]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1794]? - [12/31/1814]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [110.5 P1-P13] consists essentially of indentures. Items include the following: Extract (1804) from the Journal of the Corporation of Georgetown; Account (1800) of Benedict & Francis Fenwick with Georgetown College; An ordinance of the Corporation of Georgetown for the Surveyor; Letter (Apr. 21, 1802) of Charles Richter to George Fenwick; Indenture (1794) between John Threlkeld and George Fenwick; Indenture (1795) between John Threlkeld and George Fenwick; Bond (1800) between John Threlkeld to George Fenwick; Bond (1803) between John Threlkeld and George Fenwick; Indenture (1800) between John Threlkeld and George Fenwick; Bond of conveyance (1802) between George Thompson and John Crookshank to George Fenwick; Indenture (1803) between John Threlkeld and George Fenwick; Agreement (1806) between George Fenwick and John Laird; Statement (1808-1810) of George Fenwick, Francis Fenwick and John Threlkeld's bond to John Laird; Bond of conveyance (1803) between F. Deakins and Patrick Carroll; Indenture (1813) between Patrick Carroll and Francis Fenwick; Indenture (1814) between Patrick Carroll and Francis Fenwick; Indenture (1808) between James Carroll King and George Fenwick; Indenture (1818) between John Threlkeld and Ignatius King.

Box: 40 Fold: 5 Varia re: Slaves [112 B1-P6]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1833]? - [12/31/1860]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [112 B1-P6] consists essentially of correspondence pertaining to slaves. Items include the following: Letter (Oct. 21, 1833) from Thomas Brown, a slave, lamenting poor living conditions and requesting to purchase his freedom from his master, Father Verheagen, President of St. Louis University; Edmund J. Forstall [attorney in Johnson slave affair] account with Georgetown College (1844); Letter of request (1851) from Doctor Jesse Batey for mortgage release on slaves; Letter (Apr. 9, 1844) to Francis Vespre, S.J., from Branden Williams; Letter (Jan. 28, 1851) from Henry Johnson, Governor of Louisiana, to Charles C. Lancaster, S.J.; Letter (Apr. 9, 1852) from John R. Thompson to Charles Stonestreet, S.J.; Nine letters (1852-1859) from John R. Thompson to C.C. Lancaster; Letter (Feb. 25, 1859) from C.C. Lancaster to Thomas J. Semmes; Power of attorney (1859) from Thomas F. Mulledy, S.J., to John R. Thomopson; Three letters (1859) from C.C. Lancaster to Thomas F. Mulledy, S.J.; Letter (Mar. 21, 1859) from Thomas J. Semmes has note (1860) attached from C.C. Lancaster.



Box: 40 Fold: 6 Varia re: Mortgages on Slave Property [112 R1-R4]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1843]? - [12/31/1844]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [112 R1-R4] consists of varia pertaining to mortgages on slave property. Items include the following: Two letters (1843) of Henry J. Johnson to E. Forstall concern interest payments; Researches and notes concern the exchange of slaves on plantations; Proposed agreement (1844) with Henry Johnson; Letter (Mar. 31, 1844) from Thomas F. Mulledy, S.J., to Henry Johnson.

Box: 40 Fold: 7 Henry Johnson-Mortgages [112 R5-R6]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1843]? - [12/31/1844]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [112 R5-R6] consists of material pertaining to the mortgages of Henry Johnson. Items include the following: New arrangements made with Henry Johnson regarding the mortgages (1844); Certificate of Judge Edward Duffel (1843) of Ascension Parish, Louisiana. It accompanies a copy of parish records in regard to slaves sold to Henry Johnson. Also contains mortgages recorded against the Johnson estate.

Box: 40 Fold: 8 Slave-based Mortgages [112 S1-S4]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1843]? - [12/31/1843]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [112 S1-S4] consists of material pertaining to mortgages involving slaves. Items include the following: Two letters (1843) from Edmund Forstall to Francis Vespre, S.J.; Mortgage certificate of Parish of Pointe Coupee (1843) concerning Henry Johnson; Certificate (1843) of Terrebonne Parish provides names of 64 slaves; L. Janin's memorandum (1843).

Box: 40 Fold: 9 Slave Mortgage Records [112 T0-T6]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1838]? - [12/31/1843]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [112 T0-T6] consists essentially of mortgage records on real and slave property. Items include the following: Opinion of Judge William F. Brent (1839) pertains to power of attorney and mortgage of slave property; Letter (Oct. 4, 1838) from Benjamin Winchester to Governor H. Johnson; Certificate (1838) of William R. Green concerns security of Miles Taylor, Lemuel Tanner, H. C. Thibodaux and H.M. Thibodaux; Seven [bound] letters (1841-43) from H. Johnson to Francis Vespre, S.J., and John Marburry; Mortgage (1839) of Jesse Batey to Thomas F. Mulledy, S.J.; Certificate of mortgage (1839) belonging to Henry Johnson; Mortgage (1838) of Henry Johnson to Thomas F. Mulledy; Map, survey and evaluation of lands mortgaged (1838) on Bayou Forlocke and Bayou Maringuoin and testimony of W.R. Green; Power of attorney (1839) by Thomas F. Mulledy, S.J., to William McSherry, S.J.

Box: 40 Fold: 10 Varia re: Negro Slaves [112 W0-Z1]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1830]? - [12/31/1864]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [112 W0-Z1] consists essentially of documents pertaining to the sale of Negro slaves. Items include the following: [OVERSIZE Box 4: (112 W0): List of slaves on each estate to be sold]; Letter (May 23, 1838) of Henry Johnson to William McSherry, S.J.; Articles of Agreement (1838) between Thomas Mulledy, S.J., and Jesse Batey & Henry Johnson; Letter (June 27, 1838) of Jesse Batey to William McSherry; List concerns value of Negro slaves (1838); Power of attorney (1838) from Jesse Batey to Henry Johnson; Opinion (1838) of Judge John Dutton; Paper (1838) documents sale of 56 Negro slaves; Paper (1838) documents sale of 64 Negro slaves; Paper (1838) documents sale of 84 Negro slaves; List of documents pertaining to slave sales; Letter (Mar. 21, 1830) from Bishop Martin J. Spalding; Letters (185?/1864) from L. Boyd to C.C. Lancaster, S.J.; Letter (July 20, 1864) from R.D. Hughes to C.C. Lancaster; Letter (No date) of J.P. Mobbley refers to author's treatise defending the legality of slavery.

Box: 41 Fold: 1 Day Book/Account Ledgers [160, 161]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1714]? - [12/31/1821]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [160, 161] consists of the following items: [OVERSIZE Box 1: (Item 160)-James Carroll-Day Book (1714-21)]; Three account ledgers (1762-1800) belonging to N. Lewis Sewall, father of Charles Sewall. Contained within Book C is a plat of lands belonging to Charles Carroll.

Box: 42 Fold: 1 Ledgers [162-164]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1786]? - [12/31/1852]?

DESCRIPTION: This box consists of ledgers [Items 162-164]. Items include the following: Board Bills of Georgetown College students (1793-1811) belonging to George Fenwick, S.J.; Account records for Frederick (1850-1852) and Baltimore (1848); Day book (1805-1820); Warehouse account records [163] (1786-1806) [warehouse was located between St. Thomas and Port Tobacco]; Day book [164] (1800-1846) of Dr. Brown.

Box: 43 Fold: 1 St. Inigoes-Saw Mill Ledger [170 F]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1821]? - [12/31/1858]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [170 F] consists of Day and Cash book for St. Inigoes Saw mill (1821, 1854-58).

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