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Box: 23 Fold: 10 Corporation RCC-Varia-(1795-1899) [90 M0-9]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1795]? - [12/31/1899]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [90 M0-9] consists of varia (1795-1899) pertaining to the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergy. Items include: Proceedings of meeting at St. Thomas' Manor (Aug. 21, 1795); Proceedings of meeting at St. Thomas (Mar. 29, 1797); Proceedings of meeting at Newtown (Dec. 28, 1798); Proceedings of meeting at St. Thomas (Oct. 9, 1799); Extract of proceedings of meeting (May 24, 1803); Proceedings of meeting at Georgetown College (Mar. 8, 1804); List of trustees chosen in 1796 to 1820; Document to Rev. Charles Sewall; Regulations, adopted at the first meeting and have the sanction of law; Extracts by John G. Beschter, S.J., giving the election of representatives of northern, middle and southern districts; Meeting of the representatives of the Corporation at Loyola College [Baltimore], May 14, 1863; Resolution (1893) that John A. Chester, S.J., be appointed general agent of the Corporation in place of the late Charles H. Heichemer, S.J.; List of members of the Roman Catholic Clergymen (1894); Meeting notes (Apr. 5, 1894) of the Board of Directions for the Corporation; List of members of the Corporation (1896-98); Letter (Apr. 10, 1899) from Thomas J. Freeman, S.J., to John A. Morgan, S.J.

Box: 23 Fold: 11 Corporation RCC-Varia [90 N1-R6]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1801]? - [12/31/1830]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [90 N1-R6] consists of varia (1801-30) pertaining to the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen. Items include: Request by Stephen Dubuisson, S.J., (June 22, 1823) to be admitted to the Corporation; Letter (Apr. 6, 1801) from Charles Sewall to James Walton; Letter to E. Fenwick, S.J., contains extract from meeting minutes (Aug. 6, 1822); Schedule of topics for the following meeting (Apr. 21, 1830); The Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen's lessee vs. Philip Hammond (1805); Warrant of Survey by German Barnabus [sic] Bitouzey (1805) for all our lands-Arabia Petrea, Mountain Prospect, St. Thomas' Manor; St. Inigoes Manor; Bright Seat, Little Bright Seat, Chapel Lands, St. George's Island; Brittons Neck, Outlet, Carrollsburgh, Chaney's Plantation, Chaney's Adventure, Ridgely and Tyler's Lot; Letter (June 6, 1805) of Archbishop John Carroll to Francis Neale, S.J., concerns in George Harold's Will; Letters (Jun. 10/Jun. 12, 1805) from Charles Sewall, S.J., to Rev. G. Barnaby Bitouzey, S.J. concern Harold's Will and title to lands; Letter (June 10, 1805) from Francis Neale, S.J., concerns defect in Harold's Will; Letter (June 10, 1805) from Rev. Bitouzey to Charles Sewall, S.J.

Box: 23 Fold: 12 Legal Documents-(1797-1867) [90 S1-11]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1797]? - [12/31/1867]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [90 S1-11] consists of legal documents (1797-1867) pertaining to the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen. Items include: Extract from laws of Maryland Assembly governing conveyances of corporations by attorney (1822); Form model (1867) for letters of attorney; Letter of Attorney-Charles Sewall et alii to John Bolton (1797) for care and management of property [not executed]; Power of attorney (1797) per James Walton, John Ashton, Charles Sewall, Francis Neale and Augustine Jenkins, S.J., [trustees] to John Bolton, S.J.; Deed (1799)-John Carroll et alii to James Walton et alii [two identical copies]; Power of attorney by Corporation to Francis Beeston, S.J., as agent of Bohemia; Declaration of Adam Marshall, S.J., (1824) to Benedict Fenwick, Agent to the Corporation; Power of attorney (1826) -Francis Marshall to Francis Dzierozynski, S.J., and accompanying documents [certificate signed by Henry Clay, Secretary of State (May, 1827)]; Letters of attorney from Thomas Mulledy, S.J., to John McElroy (1840, 1841); Letters of attorney (1841)-Joseph Carberry, S.J., to John McElroy [two copies]; John Dubois bond to pay Joseph Smith (1802).

Box: 23 Fold: 13 Corporation RCC-Varia [90 T1-5]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1795]? - [12/31/1817]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [90 T1-5] consists of varia [generally concerning to financial matters (1795-c. 1817)] pertaining to the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen. Items include: Indenture (1792) of Rev. James Jones; Assignment of Stock (1806) from Rev. John Rosseter to the Corp. RRC; Receipt (1815) by Rev. William Pasquet to Francis Neale, S.J.; Letter (July 7, 1806) from John Ashton to Francis Neale, S.J.; Letter (Jan. 30, 1810) from John Ashton, S.J., to Fr. Neale; Copy (1810) of Ashton's letter to Neale; Letter (Jan. 15, 1811) from Ashton to Neale; Money draft of James Walton to John Ashton (1795); Judgment from Anne Arundel County Court (1795); Account of John Ashton with the Corp.; Letter (Mar. 2, 1804) from Ashton to the trustees of the Corporation; Two letters (1804) from Ashton to Francis Neale, S.J.; Letter (Jul. 5, 1805) from Ashton to the Trustees of the Corp. RRC; Letter (Feb. 3, 1806) from Ashton to G.B. Bitouzey, S.J.; Letter (Jul. 28, 1805) from Ashton to Charles Neale, S.J.; Letter (Sept. 14, 1818) from Ashton to the trustees of the Corp. RRC; Accounts of Ashton with the Corp. RRC (1795-1814) and statement of these accounts to Oct. 15, 1815; Mr. Ashton's Chart; Letter (June. 19, 1816) from Notley Young, S.J., to the Corp; Letter (1817?) to Francis Neale, S.J., addresses the topic of the manumission of Negro slaves at Bohemia farm.

Box: 23 Fold: 14 Corporation RCC [90 W0-7]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1790]? - [12/31/1825]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [90 W0-7] consists of varia pertaining to the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergy. Items include: Assignment to the Corp. [Copy and original (1804)] of lands held by James Walton, S.J.; Assignment of lands held by Robert Molyneux, S.J. (1793); Two photographs and handwritten copy [on same paper as letter from Leonard Bolen] of letter (May 26, 1790) from Bishop John Carroll pertaining to the confines of his jurisdiction; Extracts of letter from Bishop Carroll to Rev. John Rossiter (Jul. 13, 1802); Letter (Oct. 11, 1802) from John Ashton, S.J., to Francis Neale, S.J.; Resolution (May 10, 1825).

Box: 23 Fold: 15 Corporation RCC-Bill of Incorporation [90 Z3]
DATE SPAN: 01/01/1789 - 01/01/1789

DESCRIPTION: This folder [90 Z3] consists of a Bill entitled "An Act to incorporate certain persons in the Roman Catholic Church throughout this state" (Jan 1, 1789).

Box: 23 Fold: 16 Corporation RCC-Varia [90 Z5, 5a-b]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1793]? - [12/31/1808]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [90 Z5, 5a-b] consists of varia pertaining to the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen. Items include: A Declaration of the Roman Catholic Clergy [James Walton and Others-first trustees-Oct. 5, 1793]; An Act of Assembly of Jan. 28, 1806 confirming Acts of Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen [photocopy]; Act of Assembly of Dec. 20, 1808 authorizing G.B. Bitouzey to sell property in Prince Georges County to the Corporation RCC [photocopy].

Box: 23 Fold: 17 Corporation RCC [90 Z11]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1894]? - [12/31/1894]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [90 Z11] consists of legislative documents pertaining to the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen. Items include: Act of 1894-Chapter 13 enlarges Charter of Corp. RCC; Amendment to charter; An Act to amend the corporation of the Roman Catholic Clergymen [photocopy].

Box: 23 Fold: 18 Corporation RCC-Legislative Acts [90 Z4-10, 12]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1792]? - [12/31/1918]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [90 Z4-10, 12] consists of legislative documents [i.e., acts] pertaining to the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen. Items include: Charter of Incorporation by General Assembly of Maryland-Act of 1792 [OVERSIZE Box 4: (2 printed copies)]; [Typescript copy] Chap. LV-Act of Incorporation (1792); Seal of the Corp. RCC; An Act for the Benefit of the Corporation of the Roman Catholic Clergymen and for Other Purposes (Act of 1805, Chapter 118); An Act for the Benefit of the Roman Catholic Clergymen (Act. of 1808, Chapter 37); Petition of the RCC to the Maryland Senate attached to An Act for the Benefit of the CRCC-Supplemental to the Act passed Nov. 1792 (Chapter 55); Senate of Maryland (No. 23)-A Bill (Jan. 18, 1894); An unexecuted copy of document concerns the Joint Meeting (Feb. 1894) of the CRCC; Maryland Senate Bill No. 267, Chapter 149)-April 18, 1918.

Box: 23 Fold: 19 Corporation RCC [90 Z13-18, 20]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1806]? - [12/31/1894]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [90 Z13-18, 20] consists of varia pertaining to the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen. Items include: Letter (Feb. 15, 1806) from G.B. Bitouzey, S.J., to Francis Neale, S.J.; Letter (Dec. 7, 1818) of Francis Neale to A. Kohlmann, S.J.; U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice Roger Taney's opinion as to the present validity of Corp. RCC charter (1845); Letter (Feb. 6, 1870) from C.C. Lancaster, S.J.; Letter (Jul. 11, 1893) from John P. Poe, Esq.; Letters (Jul. 12, 1893/Feb. 12, 1894) from C.C. Lancaster.

Box: 24 Fold: 1 Proceedings of the Corporation-Vol.1 [91.1]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1793]? - [12/31/1813]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [91.1] consists of proceedings [minutes, 1793-1813] of the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen [Vol. 1].

Box: 24 Fold: 2 Proceedings of the Corp. (1814-1909) [Vol. 2]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1814]? - [12/31/1909]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of the proceedings [minutes (1814-1909)] of the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen (Vol. 2).

Box: 24 Fold: 3 Corporation RCC-Minute Book No. 1 (1793-1847) [91.3]
DATE SPAN: 10/04/1793 - 08/10/1847

DESCRIPTION: This folder consists of minute book No. 1 (1793-1847) of the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen. Included is a list (1794) of its clergy members.

Box: 24 Fold: 4 Proceedings of the RCC [1793-1813] [G.U. Copy]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1793]? - [12/31/1813]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [91.4] consists of the Proceedings of the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen [(1793-1813) copied for Georgetown College].



Box: 25 Fold: 1 Bp. Charles Gordon/Varia
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1877]? - [12/31/1907]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [92 T1-W1] consists of material (1907) pertaining to the last years of Charles Gordon, one-time Bishop of Jamaica. Also included is an agreement (1877) between the Maryland Province and that of Naples concerning the Neapolitan fathers in the Maryland Province.

Box: 25 Fold: 2 Cuba-Varia [92 Z1]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1871]? - [12/31/1896]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [92 Z1] consists of varia. Items include: Principal Conditions of the Power of Attorney; Letter (Jan. 10, 1880) from Joseph Tusquet, S.J., to C.C. Lancaster, S.J.; Letter (Sept. 15, 1880) to Fr. Tusquet from Fr. Lancaster; Letter (Jan. 10, 1880) from Jose Cusqueto, S.J.; Letter (Sept. 15, 1880) from C.C. Lancaster, S.J., to Pedro Mribe, S.J.; Two letters (Jan. 30, 1880) from C.C. Lancaster; Letter (Sept. 24, 1884) from Felix Girell, S.J., to Thomas W. Hayes, S.J.; Letters (Jan. 31/Feb. 20, 1896) from Jose Palacio, S.J., to P.T.A. Chester, S.J.; Draft of power of attorney to sell the property at Havana [in Spanish]; College of Belen [Havana] in account with Woodstock College (1873-1874); College of Belen [Havana] in account with the Province of Maryland (1874-75); Province of Castile in account with Woodstock College (1871-72); Letter (Jan. 25, 1894) from Santiago Fernandez, S.J., to Fr. Chester; Six letters (1883-1884) from Thomas Spina, S.J., to Fr. Hayes; Letter (Feb. 3, 1896) from Jose de la O. Garcia concerns drafts of deed; Two deeds concerning the Villa at Cienfuegos and the College of Belen [Havana].

Box: 25 Fold: 3 Cuban Fathers-Varia-(1870-1908) [92 Z2]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1870]? - [12/31/1908]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [92 Z2] consists of varia (1870-1908) pertaining to the Cuban fathers. Items include: Letter (Oct. 21, 1870) from J.M. Morales; Letter (Aug. 11, 1870) from J. Perron, S.J.; Two receipts (1908) from Silverio Erana, S.J.; Two letters (Oct., 1908) from Silverius Erana, S.J., to Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; Note on back of envelope concerns shares of stock in Warren Railroad Company owned by the Cuban fathers; Letter (Sept. 30, 1908) from James Becker, S.J., to Fr. Zwinge; Letter (Oct. 14, 1908) from Thomas A. Whelan concerns sale of Morris and Essex stock; Letter (Oct. 21, 1908) from T.A. Whelan concerns sale of Warren Railroad stock; Five letters (1891-93) from Santiago Fernandez, S.J., to C. Heicheimer, S.J.; Letter (Aug. 31, 1891) from Fr. Heicheimer to Fr. Fernandez; Memorandum of the transaction of purchase [2 copies]; Letter (Nov. 4, 1870) to J.S. Harberger from Moses Taylor; Five letters (1908) and four telegrams from Amalio Moran, S.J., to Fr. Zwinge; Letter (Mar. 21, 1908) from Santiago Fernandez, S.J., to Fr. Zwinge; Letter (Oct. 1, 1908) from Fr. Zwinge to Fr. Moran.

Box: 25 Fold: 4 Varia [92 Z3]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1850]? - [12/31/1906]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [92 Z3] consists of varia [essentially correspondence and receipts (1850-1906)]. Items include: Description of the Cedar Point Neck property in Charles County, Maryland; Letter to Alvey [?] concerning Chapel Point from C.C. Lancaster; Rule for finding the contents of solid timber; Rules for dividing timber; Unidentified letter (Dec. 6, 1850); Note to Mr. Sutton (June 16, 1851); Letter (Jul. 31, 1858) from Fr. Lancaster to E.G.W. Hall; Letter (Jul. 29, 1864) from James Neale to Fr. Lancaster; Letter (Feb. 16, 1865) from Charles M. Mathews, Esq.; Letter (Feb. 17, 1869) from J.J. Langley; Letter (Aug. 16, 1865) from P. Stone; Receipt of purchase (May 22, 1872) from Woodside and Griffith; Letter (Jan. 22, 1880) and account record of John Brady; Receipt records (1882-1906) for fertilizer and farming materials purchased for St. Inigoes and Cedar Point Neck.



Box: 25 Fold: 5 Ferdinand Farmer (SJ)-Varia [92 Z4]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1734]? - [12/31/1786]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [92 Z4] consists of varia pertaining mostly to Ferdinand Farmer, S.J. Items include: Excerpt copy of book/article typescript concerning the letters of Ferdinand Farmer, S.J. (late 18th Century). Contents pertain to: 1) political state or government in Pennsylvania, 2) danger of local war, 3) persecution against Catholics of the country, 4) work and 5) generosity of benefactors. Other items include: Pamphlet-A Funeral Sermon on the death of Rev. Ferdinand Farmer (d. 1786) by Rev. Robert Molyneux; Pamphlet entitled "The Work of the Catholic Church in the Foundation of the American Republic" by John F.X. Jones; Typewritten notes on the life of Fr. Farmer; Photocopy of manuscript "In funere R.P. Theodori Schneider, 1764; Notes from "Pioneer German Catholics in the American Colonies (1734-84) by Lambert Schrott, O.S.B.; Typescript copy of "Au Reverend Pere Well Missionaire a Mascouche." Also included are miscellaneous history notes.

Box: 25 Fold: 6 Non-Jesuit Wills-(1725-1850) [95 A1-C6]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1725]? - [12/31/1865]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [95 A1-C6] consists essentially of non-Jesuit Wills (1725-1850) as well as a few items of correspondence which date as late as 1865. Items include: Will of Elisabeth Askin (1790); Will of Frederick Brandt (1815); Letter (Jul. 30, 1863) from H. Hoban, S.J., to A.M. Paresce, S.J.; Extract of R.H. Boarman's Will; Memo (1862) of Thomas Carbery, Executor of Boarman Will; Letter (Dec. 4, 1865) of Fr. Paresce [?] ; Letter (Apr. 1, 1864) explains what was left to Georgetown, to College of Washington [Gonzaga] and to Loyola [Baltimore] from Boarman bequest; William Chandler Will (1725); Will (1728) of James Carroll of Fingall [Ann Arundell County]; [OVERSIZE Box 5: (95 C2)-James Carroll Will and Codicil]; Will of Archbishop John Carroll (1815); Printed Will of Charles Carroll of Carrollton (1831); Letter (Feb. 21, 1834) to Francis Dzierozynski, S.J., from J. Parkin Scott, Esq.; Copy of Will of Mary E. Clouet (1828); Letter (Mar. 31, 1834) from J. Parkin Scott to Francis Dzierozynski, S.J.; Copy of Mary E. Clouet's first administration account (1840); Letter (Jan. 21, 1850) from Thomas J. Curd; Will of Thomas Curd (1850).

Box: 25 Fold: 7 Non-Jesuit Wills-(1694-1815) [95 D1-F10]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1694]? - [12/31/1815]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [95 D1-F10] consists of Wills of non-Jesuits (1694-1815). Items include: Will of Mareen Duvall (1694); Will of John Dixon (1756); Extract of Will of Edward Digges; Will of Ann Douglas (1785); Will of John Fenwick (1720); Will of Cuthbert Fenwick (1729); Will of George Fenwick (1769); Will of Robert Francis (1776); Will of Philip Freeman (1779); Will of Enoch Fenwick (1787); Will of George Fenwick of Washington (1807); Will of William Fenwick (1813); Will of Monica Fenwick (1815).

Box: 25 Fold: 8 Non-Jesuit Wills [95 G1-Y1]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1694]? - [12/31/1840]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [95 G1-Y1] consists essentially of non-Jesuit Wills (1694-1840). Items include: Will of Robert Gates (1694); Will of Isaac Gilpin (1730); Will of Peter Havermans (1840); Will of Thomas Mooney (1756); Will of J. Randall MacDonnell (1743); Will of Johann C. Musenfelder (1773); Will of Raphaele Neale (1784); Inventory of goods and chattels of Archbishop Leonard Neale (1818); Two documents granting power of executor to Francis Neale, S.J., John Walsh and David Williamson over the estate of Archbishop Leonard Neale (1818); Draft of letter of Francis Neale, S.J., to Judge Owen Dorsey of the Orphan Court of Baltimore County gives account of administration of Leonard Neale's estate; Will of Rev. John Rosseter (1804); Will [consisting of 2 parts] of Joseph M. Semmes (1763); Letter (Feb. 16, 1770) from Joseph Semmes to George Hunter; Will [2 copies] of Nicholas L. Sewall (1796); Will of Henry Sewall (1800); Will of James Sheehy (1814); Will of George Slye (1773); Receipt of Dr. T.Z.C. Myers in payment of will registration [York County, Penn.]; Will of Notley Young (1815).

Box: 25 Fold: 9 Jesuit Wills-(1733-1840) [96 0, A1-G5]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1733]? - [12/31/1840]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [96 0, A1-G5] consists of Jesuit Wills (1733-1840). Items include: Paper provides registration date of Will belonging to Robert Harding, John Lewis and Robert Molyneux; Will (1733) of Peter Attwood; Will (1761) of James Ashby; Will (1772) of John Ashton; Will (1728/29) of Robert Bennet; Will (1840) of John B. Cary; Will (1744) of John Digges, Jr.; Will (1744) of James Farrar; Will (1780) of Ferdinand Farmer; List of Chattels found in the presbytery upon arrival [by John McElroy, S.J.(?)]; Inventory of Goods and Chattels of Jacob Frombaugh (1796); Will (1826) of Enoch Fenwick; Will (1749) of Joseph Greaton; Will (1747/48 and 1762)) of Joseph Gates; Will (1817) of John Grassi; Will (1836) of Fidel de Grivel.

Box: 25 Fold: 10 Jesuit Wills-(1723-1850) [96 H1-L9]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1723]? - [12/31/1850]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [96 H1-L9] consists of Wills (1723-1850) belonging to Jesuits. Items include: Will (1723) of George Harold; Will (1723) of William Hunter; Will (1724) of Thomas Hodgson; Wills (1742 and 1771) of Robert Harding; Memorandum to Executor of Robert Harding (1769); Extract from Robert Harding Will (1771); Will (1771) of Joseph Hatterskey; Wills (1769 and 1778) of George Hunter; Will (1817) of John Henry; Will (1817) of Augustine Jenkins; Will (1817) of Paul Kohlmann; Will (1824) of Anthony Kohlmann; Will (1761) of Arnold Livers; Wills (1775 and 1788) of John Lewis; Will (1850) of Thomas Lilly.

Box: 25 Fold: 11 Jesuit Wills-(1722-1851) [96 M1-N6]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1722]? - [12/31/1851]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [96 M1-N6] consists of Jesuit Wills (1722-1851). Items include: Will (1722/23) of Thomas Mansell; Wills (1749/50) of Richard Molyneux; Letter (Apr. 23, 1804) of Charles Sewall to Fr. G. Barnaby Bitouzey concerns the two Wills of Richard Molyneux; Wills (1753 and 1775) of Mathias Manners; Will (1790) of Ignatius Mathews; Will (1805) of Robert Molyneux; Will (1817) of Francis Maleve; Will (1837) of William McSherry; Wills (1840 and 1851) of Thomas F. Mulledy; Will (1841) of Anthony McElroy; Will (1848) of Joseph Marshall; Will (1741/42) of Henry Neale; Will (1780) of Bennet Neale; Will (1825) and Codicil (1829) of Francis Neale; Two printed copies of the Wills of Robert Harding (1771) and John Lewis (1788) and of an indenture (1825) between Francis Neale and Bishop Henry Conwell.

Box: 25 Fold: 12 Jesuit Wills-(1729-1842) [96 P1-W4]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1729]? - [12/31/1842]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [96 P1-W4] consists of Jesuit Wills (1729-1842). Items include: Wills (1742 and 1748) of Thomas Pulton; Will (1795) of James Pellentz; Will (1824) of Maximilian Rantzau; Will (1834) of James Ryder; Will (1753) of Theodore Schneider; Will (1806) of Charles Sewall; Letters testamentary (1807) to Francis Neale on the estate of Charles Sewall; Wills (1729 and 1737) of George Harold; Will (1842) of Francis Vespre; Will (1746) of James Whitgreave; Will (1798) of James Walton.

Box: 25 Fold: 13 Jesuit Wills-(1858-1920) [97 A1-G2]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1858]? - [12/31/1920]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [97 A1-G2] consists essentially of Jesuit Wills and/or letters pertaining to them (1858-1920). Items include: Letter (Dec. 23, 1858) from C.C. Lancaster, S.J., to Augustine Baly, S.J., concerns the succession of Wills from Henry Neale to the present; Certificate (1916) verifies the registration of the Will of Timothy Brosnahan; Letter (May 11, 1916) concerns Estate of Timothy Brosnahan; Will (1868) of James Curley; Petition (1904) of Patrick Healy to have Fr. Curley's Will probated; Letter (Apr. 5, 1902) from D.A. Merrick, S.J.; Letter (Apr. 4, 1902) from Michael J. Scanlan, Esq.; Will (1891) of Isidore Daubresse; Letter (June 24, 1918) from Alice Gardiner; Card from J.A. Casey, S.J.; Letter (June 10, 1918) to William J. Ennis, S.J., from William Meverell Loker, Esq.; Will (1891) of J.B. Gaffney; Letter (June 16, 1920) from Edward J. Smith to W.F. Clark, S.J.; [MISSING: 97.G1-J.T. Gardiner Will (1905)].

Box: 25 Fold: 14 Jesuit Wills-(1851-1903) [97 H1-W1]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1851]? - [12/31/1903]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [97 H1-W1] consists of Jesuit Wills and/or items pertaining to them (1851-1903). Items include: Will (1891) of Charles Heichemer; Note concerns Charles Kelly's Will; Will (1854) of John McElroy; Memorandum to Executor of McElroy's Will; Will (1887) of Edward McGurk; Note concerning Will of John Morgan; List of fees pertaining to Morgan Estate; Testamentary Letters (1911) regarding the Estate of Neil N. McKinnon; Will (1903) of Neil McKinnon; Whitehead vs. Bennett (1911); Will (1863) of Angelo M. Paresce; Will (1851) of J.C. Shaw; J.C. Shaw account with R.G. Shaw (1851); Letter (Nov. 25, 1858) from Fr. B. Villiger to Fr. Lancaster concerns Shaw's Will; Letter (Nov. 27, 1858) from C.C. Lancaster pertains to Shaw's Will; Two Probate Court documents concern the Will of Charles H. Stonestreet; Will (1887) of Francis A. Smith; Will (1896) of Edward H. Welsh; Distribution of Annuity of Edward H. Welsh (Mar. 30, 1873); Letter (June 27, 1895) from Edward H. Welsh.

Box: 25 Fold: 15 Assignment of Stock-(1806) [98 T2]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1806]? - [12/31/1806]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [98 T2] consists of an indenture (1806) between John Rosseter, S.J., and the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen.

Box: 26 Fold: 1 Farms-Varia-(1870-1904) [99 H1-6]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1870]? - [12/31/1904]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [99 H1-6] consists of varia (1870-1904) pertaining to farms. Items include: Copy from a description of Cedar Point Neck Estate by C.C. Lancaster, S.J. (1872); Financial Report of Income and Expenses (1860) by Fr. Lancaster; Letters [no date/Feb. 27, 1872] concern sale of Newtown and Cedar Point Neck-descriptions of both provided; Letter (Mar. 31, 1890) from F.P. Hamilton to Charles Heichemer, S.J., contains report on the farms; Letter (Jan 30, 1904) from T.J. Gannon, S.J., to Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; Letter (Feb. 6, 1903) from J. Neale Hamilton to Fr. Zwinge; Letter (Feb. 7, 1904) from J. Thomas Abells to Fr. Zwinge; Report on value and size of farms (1904); Letter (Feb. 18, 1904) from Fr. Zwinge to F.C. Deutsch.

Box: 26 Fold: 2 St. Inigoes Farm-Corresp. [99 K1-6]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1816]? - [12/31/1817]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [99 K1-6] consists of correspondence (1816-1817) of Francis Neale, S.J., to Brother Joseph Marshall [St. Inigoes] pertaining to the farm at St. Inigoes.

Box: 26 Fold: 3 Farms-Financial Reports-(1833-42) [99 L1-4]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1833]? - [12/31/1842]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [99 L1-4] consists of financial reports pertaining to the various farms (1833-1842); Items include a St. Thomas Manor report (1833) of income, expenses, servants [slaves] by William McSherry, S.J.; Report of Income, Etc. at Newtown (1833/1837) by Fr. McSherry; Report on St. Inigoes (1833-37); Report of Goshenhoppen (1841); Report of Newtown (1841); Report of St. Inigoes (1841); Report of Conewago (1841); Notes on the Present State of the farms at St. Inigoes Manor (1841), St. Thomas Manor (1842) and White Marsh (1842) by John McElroy, S.J.; Memorandum (1842) for Fr. McElroy as requested by letter of May 2, 1842; Papers belonging to Newtown Estate for future reference (1842); Letter (May 20, 1842) from Robert Woodley, S.J., to Fr. McElroy.

Box: 26 Fold: 4 Lease Agreements/Bonds [99 M1-Q2]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1749]? - [12/31/1825]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [99 M1-Q2] consists of lease agreements and bonds (1749-1825) pertaining mainly to Cedar Point Neck. Items include: Bill (1784) submitted by Ignatius Matthews, S.J., to the Court against Widow Chetam for rent due from Cedar Point Neck; Articles between Francis Neale, S.J., and Charles F. Dement (1824) for Windmill Farm [called the Quarter of St. Thomas Manor] on Cedar Point Neck; Letter (Sept. 27, 1825) from Francis Neale to Bennet Semmes, Manager of Cedar Point Neck; Bond (May 27, 1751) between Ann Mehan to George Hunter, S.J.; Bond (July 19, 1751) between Daniel Mehan and George Hunter; Promissory Note (1752) of payment from Rev. Bennet Boarman to Fr. Hunter on Ralph Haskin's land; Promissory Note (1755) from James Grey to Fr. Hunter; Promissory Note (1757) of James Carroll to James Ashby, S.J., for rent; Lease agreement between William Kyrick (1749/50) and Fr. Hunter; Bond (1749) between William Carrick and Richard Nalley; Right of Title to Fr. Hunter by Richard Nalley; Appointment of Francis Ware and William Smallwood as arbitrators in controversy between John Lewis, S.J., and James Kerrick (1770); Compromise (1790) proposed in the Leonard Neale (SJ) lease dispute with John and Charles Mankin; List of tenants rents due and rents in arrears (1773 and 1774); Release of leases [by George Hunter] for Dan Mehan (1751), Peter Rigg (1752) and Clement Butts (17?6).

Box: 26 Fold: 5 St. Thomas Manor Farm-Indentures [99 P1-10a]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1684]? - [12/31/1740]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [99 P1-10a] consists of indentures (1684-1740) pertaining to St. Thomas Manor Farm. Items include: Indenture (1684) between Thomas Gavan, S.J., and Richard Boughton; Indenture (1701) between William Hunter, S.J., and Thomas Chapman; Plat of Farm at entrance to Cedar Point Neck along exterior boundary; Indenture (1709) between Fr. Hunter and John Goley; Indenture (1718) between Fr. Hunter and John Suttle; Indenture between Richard Molyeux, S.J., and Edward Walker; Indenture (1721) between Fr. Hunter and John Capshaw; Indenture (1724) between George Harold, S.J., and William Annis; Plat of William Annis Farm; Indenture (1725-26) between Fr. Harold and Stephen Mankinds; Indenture (1737) between James Whitgreave, S.J., and Daniel Wright; Indenture (1740) between Fr. Molyneux and Robert Cinnet.

Box: 26 Fold: 6 St. Thomas Manor-Indentures/Plats [99 P11-23]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1712]? - [12/31/1791]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [99 P11-23] consists of indentures and plats (1712-91) pertaining to St. Thomas Manor and Cedar Point Neck. Items include: Indenture (1742) of Thomas Pulton; Indenture (1743) between Richard Molyneux, S.J., and James Gray; Indenture (1743) between Richard Molyneux, and Daniel Wright; Indenture (1743) between Fr. Molyneux and Matthew Breeding; Land survey for Matthew Breeding; Indenture (1743) between Fr. Molyneux and Samuel Burges and plat of farm; Indenture (1791) between Fr. Molyneux and Clement Wheeler; Plat of Blossom Farm (1712); Land survey for Tim McCan; Survey and plat for John Chapman; Survey and plat for Richard Chapman; Survey and plat for John Butler; Survey and plat for Peter Rigg; Plat for Edward Walker; Survey for John Quades farm; Plat by Thomas Thompson for Fr. Molyneux; Plat and survey by Joseph Alford; Plat bearing the names Jones and Manly on one side.

Box: 26 Fold: 7 Negro Slaves-Sales/Manumissions [99 R1-3]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1803]? - [12/31/1824]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [99 R1-3] consists of documents (1803-1824) pertaining to indentured servants as well as to the sale and manumission of Negro slaves. Items include: Indenture (1812) between Benedict Greenwell and Francis Neale, S.J., allows Greenwell's sons [Wilfred and Cornelius, perhaps white indentured servants] to apprentice a trade under Fr. Neale . Document also attests to manumission in 1824 of Cornelius Greenwell; Papers pertaining to sale of Negro slave woman and her child by Dorothy Digges (1803); Papers (1816) pertain to sale and manumission of Negro slave boy.

Box: 26 Fold: 8 Indentures-Farms-(1744-1807) [99 W0-2]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1744]? - [12/31/1807]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [99 W0-2] consists essentially of indentures [lease agreements]. Items include: Summary of leases (1744-1752) for 8 farms; Indenture (1744) between Richard Molyneux, S.J., and Thomas Bright; Indenture (1752) between James Ashby, S.J., and Francis Herbert & Heirs; Agreement (1807) between Francis Neale, S.J., and Joseph Daffin.

Box: 26 Fold: 9 Indentures-Farms-(1734-1839) [99 W3-Z2]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1734]? - [12/31/1839]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [99 W3-Z2] consists essentially of indentures (1734-1839). Items include: Articles of Agreement (1839) between Thomas Mulledy, S.J., and James Roach; between James Roach and Robert Bean; Between George Beal and Matthew Heard; Between Ignatius Langley and Mrs. E. Tarlton; Between Leonard Neale, S.J., and James Roach; Between James Roach and Basil Tarlton; [Lease] Agreement (1811) between Francis Neale, S.J., and Zachariah Zachary; Contract (1743) between Fr. Pulton and John Pavat, the overseer of the slave quarter; Contract (1744) between Fr. Philipps and John Jones, the overseer for the said year; [OVERSIZE Box 5: (99 Z1)-Map and Survey of farms at Cedar Point Neck [Cedar Point to Blossom Point]; Extract from Thomas' Chronicles of Colonial Maryland concerns manorial courts.

Box: 26 Fold: 10 Corresp./Agreements [99a P1-R11]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1865]? - [12/31/1911]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [99a P1-R11] consists essentially of correspondence (1865-1876) to C.C. Lancaster, S.J., mainly pertaining to the cutting and supply of timber from the woods of various farms as well as contract agreements (1907-1911) of Joseph Zwinge, S.J., agent for the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen and an agreement (1889) of Charles H. Heichemer, S.J. Items include: Seven Letters and three receipts (1871-1872) from Francis M. Goddard; Four letters (1865-66) from George Digges; Three letters and one receipt (1865-66) from John C. Krull; Letter (May 22, 1869) from William Griffith; Eight letters (1875-76) from John Brady; Agreement (1889) between Charles H. Heichemer, S.J., and George H. Myers; Letter (Nov. 26, 1889) from Bennett C. Hicks to Fr. Heichemer; Articles of Agreement between Joseph Zwinge, S.J., and James H. Calloway (1907); Agreement (1909) between Fr. Zwinge and Clarence N. Guy; Agreement (1909) between Fr. Zwinge and C.R. Disharoon Co.; Agreement (1908) between Fr. Zwinge and E.A. Sharretts; Agreement (1910) between Fr. Zwinge and Edward A. Sharretts; Agreement (1909) between Fr. Zwinge and Lucian A. Clark & Aubrey L. Clark; Agreement (1910) between Fr. Zwinge and Benamin B. Gutridge; Letter (May 12, 1911) from Joseph Zwinge, S.J., to W.I. Southerland; Two letters (May 20/June 18, 1911) between J.A. Scott and [Fr. Zwinge?]; Two letters and receipt from W.I. Southerland to Fr. Zwinge.

Box: 26 Fold: 11 White Marsh-Varia [99a S1-6]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1851]? - [12/31/1877]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [99a S1-6] consists of varia (1851-1877) pertaining essentially to White Marsh. Items include: Receipt (1877) to C.C. Lancaster, S.J., for right to make and use J. Felix Morgan's patent tobacco prizes; Notes concern Newtown Pear Culture (1871); Wholesale Trade List of the Niagara Nursuries (1872); Letter (Apr. 11, 1851) to H. Longworth, Esq., from Fr. Lancaster; Contract with John Kreusch for the two new farms leased until 1861 inclusive of Catawba and Isabella Vineyard Farms; Account records of Fr. Lancaster with John Kreusch (1857-1861); Letter (Jan. 4, 1862) from Fr. Lancaster to Rev. M. Kreusch; Letter (Nov. 19, 1867) from P. Kreusch to Fr. Lancaster; Receipt (Jan. 8, 1862) from Francis Neale, S.J., to John Kreusch; Six letters (1862) from John Kreusch; Letter (Nov. 29, 1865) from Howes Goldsborough; Letter (Feb. 15, 1852) from L. Pichot to Fr. Brocard concerns White Marsh vineyards; Pamphlet (c. 1862) concerns Patent Perfect Willow Peeler; Three Letters (1865-1871) from Frank Deutsch; Letter (Aug. 17, 1871) to George Colby, Esq., from Fr. Lancaster; Letter (Sept. 4, 1871) from George Colby to Fr. Lancaster; Five letters (1873-1880) from William Schneider; Notes on the Willow Culture at White Marsh.

Box: 26 Fold: 12 Farms-Varia [99a T,T1-5]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1839]? - [12/31/1906]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [99a T, T1-5] consists of varia (1839-1906) pertaining to construction in the area of Newtown, St. Inigoes, Cedar Point Neck and Chapel Point. Items include: List of farm improvements (1904-06) for Newtown, Cedar Point Neck, Chapel Point and St. Inigoes; Three letters (1852/1864) from Charles A. Pye; James Carbury, S.J., account (1839) of contract for the construction of a house and three barns; Letter (Apr. 4, 1906) from T. Wright Wills to Joseph Zwinge, S.J., concerns Chapel Point Mill conversion into a tobacco barn; Letters and receipts (1904-1905) from J.H. Milburn; Letters (1904) from J. Thomas Abell; Letter (Sept. 18, 1905) from Joseph F. Unkle; Specification for dwelling for Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; Notes pertain to contract on roof of manor at Newtown.

Box: 26 Fold: 13 Correspondence [99a W1-Z1]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1851]? - [12/31/1878]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [99a W1-Z1] consists of correspondence (1851-1878) pertaining to farm-related matters. Items consist of the following: Letter (May 17, 1851) from C.C. Lancaster, S.J.; Letter (undated) pertains to damage claim of a Duvall at St. Inigoes; 12 Letters (1864-70) from John C. Krull; Letters (1866-68) to and from Robert C. Combs; Four Letters (1866-67) from T. Stone; Letter (Nov. 21, 1867) from C.M. Jones; Judgement (1874) for corn crop at St. Inigoes Manor; Five letters (1867-1878) from Edward N. Stonestreet; Notebook of C.C. Lancaster.

Box: 26 Fold: 14 St. Inigoes Manor-Varia [100]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1837]? - [12/31/1926]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [100] consists of varia (1837-1926) mainly pertaining to Jesuit owned land at St. Inigoes Manor. Items consists of the following: Newsclipping (Oct. 14, 1906) concerns land lost by the Jesuits of St. Inigoes Manor; Letters (Aug. 7/8, 1906) from Charles W. Michael and Caswell Grave concern loss of land near St. Inigoes; Letter (Apr. 15, 1906) from Joseph F. Morgan to Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; Letter (May 17, 1906) from Thomas Whelan addresses questions concerning land owned by the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen in St. Mary's County; Note concerning the history of the St. Inigoes farms; Letter (Nov. 16, 1837) from Henry Hazel to Thomas Mulledy, S.J.; Memorandum Agreement (July 15, 1862) between C.C. Lancaster and John B. Courtney; Letter (Mar. 30, 1871) from F.M. Goddard to Fr. Lancaster; Newsclipping (May 21, 1926) provides brief history of Maryland.

Box: 26 Fold: 15 St. Inigoes Manor/St. George's-Varia [100 A1-K5]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1850]? - [12/31/1916]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [100 A1-K5] consists of varia (1850-1916) mostly pertaining to St. Inigoes Manor and to the sale of St. George's Island. Items consist of the following: Survey plat of St. Inigoes Manor (1896); Legend of St. Inigoes Farms; Letter (Dec. 9, 1865) of C.C. Lancaster, S.J., to Judge P.W. Crain suggests relocation of the U.S. Naval Academy from Annapolis to St. Inigoes; Letter (May 23, 1879) from Thomas Christopher to Fr. Lancaster; Agreement (1916) with Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Co.; Agreement for cutting timber (1851); Contract [unexecuted copy] for sale of land on St. George's Island (1857); Letter (Jan. 7, 1850) and attachments concern sale of land on St. George's Island; Letter (Dec. 17, 1852) from Ennell Roszell to Fr. Lancaster; Two Bonds between Fr. Lancaster and Ennall Roszell & John Robrecht (1851/1858); Full Statement of Payment of Notes by E. Roszell and J. Robrecht for purchase of St. George's Island; Deed of St. George's Island sale given to John Shiles; Release of bond given to Roszell and Robrecht.

Box: 26 Fold: 16 St. Inigoes-Maps/Surveys/Deeds [100 M1-N11]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1806]? - [12/31/1905]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [100 M1-N11] consists of mainly of maps, surveys and miscellaneous documents (1806-1905) pertaining to St. Inigoes. Items include the following: Deed (1824) between Benjamin Williams and Joseph Carberry, S.J.; Certificate (1824) attesting to the fact that Benjamin Williams titled land to Fr. Carberry; Survey (1838) of land given to Carberry by Williams; Certificate (1890) attesting to sale of land [called St. Michael's Hundred] to Prescilla Biscoe; Deed of Livy Vigilante, S.J., to Daniel Thomas and Wife (1882); Note (Feb. 11, 1905) by Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; [OVERSIZE Box 5: (100 N1)-Map of St. Inigoes Manor-Description is contained in folder]; Survey (1826) of St. Inigoes Manor; Document attests to cannons being planted on the St. Inigoes line (1827); Letter (Nov. 6, 1845) from Fr. Carberry; Copy of old note-transcript of contents on reverse side; Map (1826) of Captain Thomas Smith's lines; Map of St. Inigoes [perhaps by Peter Gough]; Map of St. Inigoes Manor home farm has two sheets of accompanying notes; Map of old Good Hope Farm [location of slave quarters]; Map of church and home farm [extracted from Bro. Mobberly's account book of St. Inigoes (1806, 1812-14)].

Box: 26 Fold: 17 St. George's Island-War of 1812-Effects [100 P1-4]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1814]? - [12/31/1827]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [100 P1-4] consists of varia (1814-27) pertaining to the damage to St. George's Island caused by the British during the War of 1812. Items include the following: List of articles taken from St. Inigoes farm house on the last day of Oct. 1814 by the British; Estimate of War damages taken on St. George's Island (1815); Statement of damages on St. George's Island by the British naval forces (Feb. 1815); Letter (Mar. 6, 1817) to Francis Neale, S.J.; Letter [No date] to Raphael Neale concerns the damage done by the British. Aforesaid letter also mentions Justice William Gaston as well as fund-raising efforts for a new church building in Georgetown; Estimate of damages (1827) done by British 1812-15 on St. George's Island.

Box: 26 Fold: 18 Indentures/Varia (1826-47) [100 R1-S3]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1826]? - [12/31/1847]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [100 R1-S3] consists of essentially of indentures. Items (1726-1802) include the following: Power of Attorney (Mar. 1738) for James Whitgreave, S.J., to Richard Molyneux, S.J.; Letter (May 4, 1802) from Joseph Ford to James Walton, S.J.; Indenture (1726) between George Harold and Peter Attwood, S.J.; Indenture (Mar. 9, 1738) between James Whitgreave, S.J., and Richard Molyneux & James Farrar; Indenture (Nov. 1747) between James Farrar and Richard Molyneux.



Box: 26 Fold: 19 Surveys/Titles [100 T0-W7]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1633]? - [12/31/1724]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [100 T0-W7] consists mainly of land surveys and titles (1633-1724). Items include the following: Quarenda for the tracing of title to William Hunter; Mr. William Hunter's title to St. Inigoes, Britton's Neck, St. Thomas Manor (1720); St. Inigoes title; Notes concerning St. Inigoes Manor [Mr. Hunter's Right to St. Inigoes; Pamphlet "Legal Status and origin of St. Inigoes' Manor and St. Thomas' Manor, from the year 1633, regarding the lands included in the earliest conveyance to Thomas Copley, Jesuit [Some difficulties about St. Inigoes Manor and the island belonging to it."]; the Tracts of land belonging to Mr. George Harold of Charles County which he would convey to Peter Attwood; Survey for Thomas Copley [Robert Clarke, Surveyor (1641?)]; Certificate of Survey for Cross Manor according to lines of patent (1654); The Bounds of St. Mary's Chapel Lands (1641); The bounds of the St. Mary's Chapel land taken out of the Patent granted to Cuthbert Fenwick (1644); History of St. Mary's Chapel Lot [extract from Chronicles of Colonial Maryland]; Chapels in Maryland in 1698; Rent Roll of St. Mary's; Survey of patent to Nicholas Sewall for St. Peters (1724); Map of St. Mary's town lots copied from Chronicles of Colonial Maryland.

Box: 26 Fold: 20 Indenture/Grant (copy) [100 Y1-2]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1662]? - [12/31/1667]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [100 Y1-2] consists of an indenture and a grant. Items include the following: Indenture (1662) between Ralph Crouch and Gregory Turberville; Copy of Grant by Caecilius Lord Baltimore (1667) to Henry Warren, S.J.

Box: 26 Fold: 21 Grant (Original)-Caecilius Lord Baltimore [100 Y2]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1667]? - [12/31/1667]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [100 Y2] consists of the original grant from Caecilius Lord Baltimore (1667) to Henry Warren, S.J. for St. Inigoes, St. George's Island and St. Mary's Chapel and town land.

Box: 26 Fold: 22 Indentures-(1685-93) [100 Y3-4']
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1685]? - [12/31/1693]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [100 Y3-4'] consists of indentures (1685-93). Items include the following: Indenture (1685) between Henry Warren, S.J., and Francis Pennington; Deed (1693) between Francis Pennington and William Hunter, S.J.

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