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Box: 26 Fold: 1 Newtown-Corresp.-(1870-1914) [100.5]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1870]? - [12/31/1914]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [100.5] consists of mainly of correspondence (1870-1914) pertaining to Newtown. Items include the following: Letter of attorney [No date] from Francis Neale, S.J., to Enoch Millard to collect rents from St. Mary's County farms; Undated request to Raphael Neale; Letter (June 2, 1870) from J.F. Matthews to C.C. Lancaster, S.J.; Letter (May 1, 1879) from J.F. Morgan to Fr. Lancaster; Three letters (1913) from William Stanton, S.J., to Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; Two letter (1906) from C.C. Lancaster, S.J., to Fr. Zwinge; Four letters (Dec. 5, 1904/1913) to Fr. Zwinge from J.T. Abell; Three letters (1913-14) from Lewis C. Thompson, surveyor.

Box: 26 Fold: 2 Newtown-Varia [100.5 A3-L5]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1715]? - [12/31/1912]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [100.5 A3-L5] consists of varia (1715-1912) pertaining mainly to Newtown. Items include the following: Map and survey of Newtown Farms (1912); Extracts of George Fenwick's account book of surveys (1791); Two letters (1904) from George B. Dent; Receipt (1892) for stone brought from Georgetown to Bretton's Bay; Newtown account financial papers (1818-1846); Summary of titles of William Bretton; List of Newtown deeds; List of papers concerning Truth and Trust and St. Thomas'; List of Negro children baptised (1806-35); List of livestock at Newtown (1831); Letter (June 4, 1842) of Robert Woodley, S.J., to John McElroy, S.J.; Lease [Articles of Agreement (1842)] between Fr. Woodley and Mary Alvey; Articles of Agreement (1842) between Robert Woodley and Clement Mattingly; Draft of relinquishment of all title by wife of John Jenkins; [OVERSIZE Box 4: (100.5 L.5)-Map and survey of Farthing Chance (1715)]; Patent pertaining to Truth and Trust (1720) of Charles Calvert, Lord Baltimore.

Box: 26 Fold: 3 Newtown-Varia-(1796-1906) [100.5 L1-W2]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1796]? - [12/31/1906]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [100.5 L1-W2] consists of varia (1766-1906). Items include the following: Joseph Jenkins' Commission on St. Thomas' and Truth and Trust (1766); Last Will and Testament of Edmund Courtney Jenkins (1796); Mrs. Jenkins' plat; Two Indentures (1796) between Robert Ford and Edmund Courtney Jenkins; Memorandum of agreement (1785) between John De Butts and John Jenkins; Power of Attorney (1859) to C.C. Lancaster, S.J., from Thomas Mulledy, S.J.; Power of Attorney (1863) from Frs. Charles Stonestreet, James Curley and W.F. Clark, S.J. to C.C. Lancaster; Account of Robert C. Combs and Jasper S. Downs (1871), trustees for the sale of Truth and Trust and St. Thomas to Michael Connelly and Patrick Dougherty; Newtown Home Farm Copy of deed (1906) Interest Book 192D 1880; Assignment of the Bullock House by Patrick J. O'Connell, S.J., to the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen.

Box: 27 Fold: 1 Caecilius Calvert [Lord Baltimore]-Grant [100.5 Z2]
DATE SPAN: 02/12/1658 - 02/12/1658

DESCRIPTION: This folder [100.5 Z1-2], while representing two items, contains only one; [Item 100.5 Z2] Grant (1658) from Caecilius [Lord Baltimore] to William Bretton and wife. Item 100.5 Z1 [Grant (July 10, 1640) from Caecilius Calvert to William Bretton-containing the oldest existing seal for Maryland] is housed in the Collection vault.

Box: 27 Fold: 2 Newtown-Varia-(1668-1962) [100.5 Z3-8]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1668]? - [12/31/1962]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [100.5 Z3-8] consists of varia (1668-1962). Items include the following: Text of deed between William Bretton and the Roman Catholic inhabitants of Newtown and St. Clement's Bay; Indenture (Dec. 2, 1668) between William and Temperance Bretton and Henry Warren; Copy of aforementioned Indenture; Deed of Gift (Jan. 30, 1717) between William Hunter and Thomas Jameson; Account of household kitchen and farm utensils as well as livestock at Newtown (Oct. 1792); Extract from Chronicles of Colonial Maryland concerns Newtown residence; Booklet about Tricentennial of St. Francis Xavier's Church (1662-1962) contains list of priests who served there and some baptismal and marriage names.

Box: 27 Fold: 3 St. Thomas Manor-Varia-(1928-53) [101, 101 A1]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1928]? - [12/31/1853]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [101, 101 A1] consists of varia (1928-1953) pertaining to St. Thomas Manor. Items include the following: Two photographs (c. 1928) of St. Ignatius Church and residence; Invitation to dedication of the St. Ignatius Church (1928); newsclipping concerns genealogy of Luke Gardiner; newsclipping (Aug. 1928) concerns the appointment of Coleman Nevils, S.J., as President of Georgetown University; newsclippings (Aug. 1928) concerns 130th anniversary of St. Ignatius Church; Map of Charles County, Maryland (1950-53).

Box: 27 Fold: 4 St. Thomas Manor-Varia [101 B1-M5]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1663]? - [12/31/1779]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [101 B1-M5] consists of varia [mostly legal documents] dating from 1663-1779. Items include the following: Survey of St. Matthews (1663); Letter (Mar. 6, 1747/8) of Ed. Galloway; Draft on Samuel Galloway (Apr. 1755); Suit (1779?) by George and Andrew Buchanan against Estate of George Hunter, S.J.; Extract of a letter from Joseph Zwinge, S.J., regarding questions concerning Jesuit lands in early Maryland; Lease of Richard Molyneux, S.J., to John Lancaster (1746); Indenture (1746) between Richard Molyneux and John Lancaster; Letter of attorney (1749) of Richard Molyneux to George Hunter; Letters of attorney (1758) to George Hunter, John Lewis and James Ashby, S.J., from Richard Molyneux; Bond (1761) of George Hunter to John Lewis.

Box: 27 Fold: 5 St. Thomas Manor-Varia-(1665-1825) [101 N1-8]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1665]? - [12/31/1825]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [101 N1-8] consists of varia (1665-1825) pertaining St. Thomas Manor and vicinity. Items include the following: Certificate of survey (1665); Grant (1672) from Caecilius Calvert [Lord Baltimore] to Benjamin Rozer; Surveys of Shaw's Trouble, Rozer Refuge, George and Robert Goodrich land; Testimonies concern beginning of Wilkinson's Range; Depositions (1776) taken by Commission; List of individuals present at laying of boundary stone on N.E. boundary of St. Thomas Manor (1776); Plat and presurvey (1799); Map of Lewis Land and Rozer's Refuge; papers explaining plaintiff and defendant's position in boundary dispute (1800); Testimonies taken by Francis Neale, Adam Marshall and Francis Sewall (1822); music manuscript (c. 1825).

Box: 27 Fold: 6 St. Thomas Manor-Plats/Indentures [101 P1-7]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1703]? - [12/31/1905]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [101 P1-7] consists of plats and indentures (1703-1905) pertaining to St. Thomas and vicinity. Items include the following: Grant (1703) by Charles Calvert [Lord Baltimore] to Charles Pye; Patent for Pye's Chance; Bond (1768) of Jacob and Eleanor Dickson with William and Eleanor Green; Indenture (1768) between William and Eleanor Green & George Hunter, S.J.; Plat of William Green's land; Survey of Pye's Chance; Plat and explanation of part of Pye's Chance; Indenture (1823) between Francis Middleton and Francis Neale, S.J.; Copy of deed to get correct lines of Pye's Chance (1905).

Box: 27 Fold: 7 Indenture-Richard Molyneux/James Grey [101 P12]
DATE SPAN: 12/20/1743 - 12/20/1743

DESCRIPTION: This folder [100 P12] consists of an indenture (1743) between Richard Molyneux, S.J., and James Grey concerning land at St. Thomas Manor.

Box: 27 Fold: 8 St. Thomas Manor-Indentures/Grants [101 R1-12]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1728]? - [12/31/1778]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [101 R1-12] consists of indentures, grants and bonds (1728-1778) pertaining to St. Thomas Manor and vicinity. Items include the following: Map and survey of Wilkinson's Range (1728); Grant (1738) by Charles Calvert [Lord Baltimore] to Mary Posey and Ellinore MacPharson; Bond (1728/9) of Bilean Posey to Peter Attwood, S.J.; Survey of Wilkinson's Range (1724); Indenture (1733) between Bilean Posey and Peter Attwood; Indenture (1733) between Bilean Posey and Peter Harrant; Indenture (1748) between Peter Harrant and Richard Molyneux, S.J.; Indenture (1748) between William MacPharson and Richard Molyneux; Grant (1776) from Henry Harford to Abraham Cox; Official survey and plat for land grant to Abraham Cox; Indenture (1777) between Abraham Cox and James Reeves; Indenture (1778) between James Reeves and George Hunter, S.J.; Warrant of survey (1776) granted to James Reeves.

Box: 27 Fold: 9 St. Thomas Manor-Varia [101 S1-4]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1722]? - [12/31/1732]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [101 S1-4] consists of various documents (1722-32) pertaining to real property. Items include the following: Letter (Nov. 20, 1722) from William Hunter, S.J., concerning vacant land; Plat of vacant land; Indenture (1726) between George Harold and Peter Attwood, S.J.; Grant (1731) by Charles Calvert [Lord Baltimore] to Peter Attwood; resurvey (1732) of East side of Portobacco [sic] Creek.

Box: 27 Fold: 10 Charles Calvert [Lord Balt.]-Grant [101 S5]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1688]? - [12/31/1688]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [101 S5] consists of one item-Grant (1688) to Stephen Mankinds from Charles Calvert [Lord Baltimore].

Box: 27 Fold: 11 St. Thomas Manor-Land Documents [101 S6-16]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1728]? - [12/31/1905]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [101 S6-16] consists of land documents (1728-1905) pertaining to St. Thomas Manor and the surrounding vicinity. Items include the following: Certificate (1728/9) of sale for Mankins Adventure; Indenture (1730) between Stephen Mankins and Peter Attwood, S.J.; Map (1649) of addition or resurvey of Caussin's Manor; Certificate of survey for Nicholas Caussin's land; Copy of remarks (1905) with Caussin's maps; Plat of south line and of Caussin's Manor; Extract from William Caussin's deed to Upgate Reeves; Remarks (1747) on the land of Upgate Reeves and the part of it sold by Thomas Reeves to Richard Molyneux, S.J.; Certificate (1762) concerns Caussin's Manor; Plat of Upgate Reeves land; Plat of land sold by Thomas Reeves to Fr. Molyneux (1748); Indenture (1815) between Thomas Courtney Reeves and Francis Neale, S.J.; Deed (1905) from Patrick F. Healy, S.J., to the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen.

Box: 27 Fold: 12 St. Thomas Manor-Varia [101 T0-12]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1650]? - [12/31/1905]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [101 T0-12] consists of varia [mostly land documents] pertaining to St. Thomas Manor and vicinity (1650-1905). Items include the following: Letter (Nov. 1905) from Joseph Zwinge, S.J., to Provincial concerns farms which should be sold; Map of land in the vicinity of St. Matthew's Branch; Survey of Splittfield (East Side of Portobacco [sic] Creek]; Transcript of memorandum (1720/21) by William Hunter concerns right-of-way crossing to Reeves land; Map of upper portion of St. Thomas Manor; Bounds and Survey of Hazard and Splittfield; Item pertains to survey of Robert and George Goodrich land; Survey of land (1650) belonging to George Goodrich; Deed (1670) of George and Robert Goodrich to George Thompson; Certificate (1670) attests to sale of Piercefield by George Goodrich to George Thompson; Letter (June 15, 1668) from James Heath to Fr. Killick; Memorandum (1713) concerns the Will of Francis Gunby, S.J.; Unexecuted deed (1720) of Richard Wharton to William Hunter; Letter [no date] from Fr. Killick to Fr. Hunter; Deposition (1702) of Robert Goodrich.

Box: 27 Fold: 13 Grant from Caecilius Calvert-(1670) [101 T13]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1670]? - [12/31/1670]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [101 T13] consists of a grant (1670) from Caecilius Calvert [Lord Baltimore] to George Thompson.

Box: 27 Fold: 14 St. Thomas Manor-Land Documents [101 T14-V4]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1711]? - [12/31/1731]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [101 T14-V4] consists of land documents (1711-31) pertaining to St. Thomas Manor and vicinity. Items include the following: Indenture (1711) between Notley Rozer and William Hunter, S.J.; Bond (1731) of Aaron Goodrich to Peter Attwood, S.J.; Abstract of title (William Hunter's title to St. Thomas Manor); Rev. Fr. William Hunter's title to St. Thomas Manor (1721); Handwritten copy of Hunter's title; Summary of title [Extract of Fr. Henry Warren's indenture to Fr. Pennington.

Box: 27 Fold: 15 St. Thomas Manor-Land Documents [101 W1-Z11]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1649]? - [12/31/1871]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [101 W1-Z11] consists essentially of land records and other documents pertaining to St. Thomas Manor. Items include the following: Resurvey (1685) of Nanjemoy; Extract from 1649 patent granted to Thomas Matthews giving bounds of St. Thomas Manor; Document (1727) sets boundaries of St. Thomas Manor; Extract from records of Peter Attwood, S.J., regarding the northern boundary of Cedar Point Neck (1726); Deposition of Rich Chapman (1728) concerns boundaries of Cedar Point Neck; Land office records of Thomas Copley assignment to Thomas Matthews of land due (1649), Matthews warrant for surveyor to lay out land near Port Tobacco (1649) and lay out of St. Raphael's Well for Ralph Crouch (1649); Original certificate (1649) of St. Thomas' Manor; Attestation (1662) by Thomas Matthews that St. Thomas Manor be released to Henry Warren, S.J.; Grant (1666) of St. Thomas Manor to Henry Warren, S.J.; Court record of Proceedings (1669-70) of Henry Warren vs. George and Robert Goodrich; 1905 copy of 1669 map for St. Thomas Manor; [OVERSIZE Box 4: (101 Z6)-Survey and Map (1669) of St. Thomas Manor]; [OVERSIZE Box 4: (101 Z7)-Grant (1670) by Caecilius Calvert (Lord Baltimore) to Henry Warren]; Patent (1670) for St. Thomas Manor by Caecilius Calvert to Henry Warren; Abstract of Henry Warren's Patent for St. Thomas Manor; Deed (copy, 1685) of Henry Warren to Francis and John Pennington, S.J. for St. Thomas Manor; [OVERSIZE Box 2: (101 Z11) Ledger of Baptismal records (1862-1871) for St. Ignatius (Chapel Point-Bel Alton, Md.), St. Charles (Glymot, Md.), St. Mary's (Newport, Md.), Holy Ghost (Issue or Tompkinsville, Md.), St. Francis de Sales (Rock Point, Md.), St. Joseph's (Pomfret, Md.), St. Ignatius (Hill Top, Md), St. Mary Star of the Sea (Indian Head, Md.), St. Katherine's (McConchie, Md.) and Sacred Heart (La Plata, Md)].

Box: 27 Fold: 16 Daniel Stansbury-Deed-(1734) [101 Z12]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1734]? - [12/31/1734]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [101 Z12] consists of one item: Deed (1734) to Daniel Stansbury, signed by S. Ogle, Chancellor of Charles Calvert [Lord Baltimore].

Box: 28 Fold: 1 St. Thomas Manor-Surveys/Maps [101a A-C5]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1904]? - [12/31/1905]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [101a A-C5] consists of a survey and several maps of St. Thomas Manor and surrounding vicinity. Many of these maps are 1905 copies of older maps dating from the 18th Century. Items include the following: [OVERSIZE Box 5: (101a A) Survey of St. Thomas Manor (1904) by S.M. Cox includes corrections (1905) to the same; Copies of maps (1905) of St. Thomas; Note (1905) by Joseph Zwinge, S.J., concerns cemetery at St. Thomas and excavations. This latter item also mentions possible evidence of an alleged underground tunnel at St. Thomas Manor.

Box: 28 Fold: 2 St. Thomas Manor-Land Documents [101a D1-S10]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1900]? - [12/31/1912]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [101a D1-S10] consists of deeds and other items pertaining to property (1900-12). Items include the following: List of tracts and acres comprising Manor property on east side of Creek; List of properties [called "Origins of the Plantations"]; Papers indicate sources and dates of St. Thomas Manor and Cedar Point Neck land acquisitions; List of Jesuit lands and chapels; Certificate of agreement between Joseph Zwinge, S.J., and Frank A. Posey (1905); Six Letters (1909-12) of Fr. Zwinge; Receipt for rent [road use by F.A. Posey (1912); Note by John A. Chester, S.J.; List of lots released at Chapel Point; Deed (1900) between Sydney E. Mudd and C.C. Lancaster; Deed (1900) between Charles C. & Annie Lancaster and the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen; Release of corporation mortgage (1900) to C.C. Lancaster by the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen; Deed (1900) between Francis M. & Elizabeth C. Cox and the Corporation RCC; Deed (1900) between Levi L. & Maria A. Blake and the Corporation RCC; Deed (1900) between Washington Burch and the Corporation RCC; Deed (1900) between Thomas L. & Lorena Twiford and the Corporation RCC; Deed (1900) between George E. & Louise M. Hamilton and the Corporation RCC.

Box: 28 Fold: 3 Corp. RCC-Deeds-(1892-93) [101a T1-6]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1892]? - [12/31/1893]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [101a T1-6] consists of deeds and other items pertaining to the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen of Southern Maryland (1892-93). Items include the following: Letters (Feb. 25/Apr. 28, 1893) from and to Charles C. Lancaster; Agreement (1892) between the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen and the Southern Maryland Development Company; Receipt of deposit (1893) from C.H. Heichemer, S.J., applied towards purchase of Chapel Point property; Map of Corp. RCC property surveyed by Henry Looker (1893) indicates C.C. Lancaster's purchases; [OVERSIZE Box 4: (101a T4)-Map of Chapel Point (1893) laid out into streets and lots]; Two Deeds (Feb. 25/Apr. 29, 1893) between the Corp. RCC and Charles C. Lancaster.

Box: 28 Fold: 4 St. Thomas-Varia re: Real Property [101a W1-Z2]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1771]? - [12/31/1917]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [101a W1-Z2] consists of varia (1771-1914) pertaining to real property in and around the vicinity of St. Thomas Manor. Items include the following: Three letters (1912) from John F. Mudd to Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; Letter (Sept. 23, 1912) from Fr. Zwinge to General L.A. Wilmer; Two letters (1912) from L. Allison Wilmer; Deed (1882) between R. Cutler & Catherine Fergusson and W. Joseph Norris; Plat [copy] of Pye's Chance (1862); Deed (1852) between Matilda & Milly Boswell and Samuel Cox; Land sold by Corporation at St. Thomas' to F. DeSales Plowden; Deed [copy, (1913)] between the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen and F. DeSales Plowden; Deed (Feb. 1913) between F. DeSales & Pearle Plowden and the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen; Memorandum of Agreement between Joseph Zwinge and F. DeSales Plowden; Note (1915) concerns Plowden deed; Letter (Aug. 12, 1909) to Fr. Zwinge from Peter W. Kendrick; Survey (1909) of Plowden's Lot; Note (1914) from Fr. Zwinge concerns P.R. Will's purchase of Pye's Chance; Deed (1914) between the Corporation RCC and P. Reed Wills regards sale of Pye's Chance; Unexecuted contract (1882) between B.F. Wiget, S.J., and Jennie and Nellie Neale; Deed (1893) between Jennie & Nellie Neale and Corp. RCC; Letter (Dec. 20, 1881) from Fr. Wiget to C.C. Lancaster; Contract (1873) between Fr. McAtee and Mrs. Mary Pye in regard to lease of house at St. Thomas; Letter [fragmented (Oct. 3, 1771)] to George Hunter from T. Stone concerns advice on how to petition Assembly to lay out town called Edenburgh at St. Thomas; Petition (1771) of George Hunter to Governor Robert Eden and the Assembly to grant power to lay out the town of Edenburgh.

Box: 28 Fold: 5 St. Thomas Manor-(1910-61) [101b A]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1910]? - [12/31/1961]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [101b A] consists of varia (1910-61) pertaining to St. Thomas Manor. Items include the following: Letter (Mar. 14, 1913) from E. Devitt, S.J., to Joseph Zwinge, S.J., tells of Civil War claims; Card (Nov. 16, 1914) from C.F. Bridges, S.J., to Fr. Zwinge; Pamphlet (1961) entitled "St. Ignatius' Church and St. Thomas Manor" provides a historical sketch; Newsclippings (1910) concern southern Maryland.

Box: 28 Fold: 6 Chapel Point-Varia-(1883-1905) [101b N3-12]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1883]? - [12/31/1905]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [101b N3-12] consists of varia (1883-1905) pertaining to Chapel Point. Items include the following: Chapel Point House advertisement brochure (c. 1883); Invoices for furniture purchased (1886); Lease (1887) between Thomas Hayes and N. Tompkins; Lease (1886) between Thomas W. Hayes and John W. Gray; Survey (1887) of hotel ground at Chapel Point; Release (1886) of Chapel Point Hotel and property by John W. Gray; Note concerns storm at St. Inigoes (1891) which killed three scholastics; Lease (1899) between Charles C. Lancaster and Morris Epstein & Lewis Bennett; Agreement (1899) between the Atlantic Electric Co., and Morris Epstein; Charles C. Lancaster correspondence [three letters (1899-1901)]; Correspondence [three letters (1905)] of Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; Agreement (1903) between John A. Chester, S.J., and Charles & Catherine Carr; J.F. Matthews account of collection against Mark Howard (1890); Note concerns agreement (1905) between A.C. Wenk and Joseph Zwinge.

Box: 28 Fold: 7 Chapel Point-Varia [101b P1-7]
DATE SPAN: [10/10/1860]? - [12/31/1911]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [101b P1-7] consists of varia (1860-1911) pertaining to Chapel Point. Items include the following: Lease (1860) between Charles C. Lancaster and Christopher Kratzer; 28 letters (1863-71) addressed to C.C. Lancaster [mostly from William Whitty]; Statement of account records of steam mill at Chapel Point; Memorandum of Agreement (1872) between C.C. Lancaster and William Whitty; Account of William Whitty-Order of Distrain (1874); Letter (Dec. 13, 1880) from E. Rebil; Memorandum of agreement (1889) between Charles H. Heichemer, S.J., and Thomas Kendrick; Statement of mill account; Note of Joseph Zwinge, S.J., (c. 1911) concerns the end of the mill.

Box: 28 Fold: 8 St. Thomas Manor-Varia [101b R1-Z0]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1855]? - [12/31/1911]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [101b R1-Z0] consists of varia (1855-1911) pertaining to the vicinity of St. Thomas Manor. Items include the following: The [steamer] St. Nicholas; Newsclipping concerns the Sail Scow "Express"; Memorandum of agreement (1859) between C.C. Lancaster and Alfred Nally; Account of Alfred Nally; Letter (Dec. 31, 1864) from George Allen; 2 letters (1866-67) G.D. Alvey; Letter (Sept. 30, 1865) from Edmund Plowden; Statement of Wharfage received from Chapel Point (1866); Letter (Feb. 12, 1868) from A.W. Neale; Three letters (1909) to and from J.J. Hamilton; 2 Letters (1909) to and from John E. Taylor; Postcard (1911) from John F. Ennis; Notes pertaining to the Chapel Point Hotel; Letter (Dec. 3, 1857) from J.L. Hutchinson; Memorandum of agreement (1858) between C.C. Lancaster and Francis Dillahay; Two letters (June, 1870) from John W. Fowler; Letter (June 18, 1870) from C.C. Lancaster to J.W. Fowler; Letter (Dec. 6, 1870) from Francis McAtee, S.J.; Agreement [copy, (1892)] between C.H. Heichemer, S.J., and Thomas E. Speake; Letter (Dec. 26, 1864) from George A. Rogers; Letter (Mar. 16, 1855) from J.R. Trimble; Letter (Nov. 10, 1868) from F.P. Gray and Co.; Letter (Nov. 10, 1868) from E.N. Stonestreet; Petition of Cedar Point Neck to C.C. Lancaster to build wharf at Blossom Point (1878); Letter (Mar. 30, 1878) of Frank Hamilton; Estimate for wharf at Blossom Point (1878); Letter (Feb. 11, 1881) from William M. Brent; Affadavit (1873) of heirs of Henry Savage; Letter (June 15, 1882) from E.N. Stonestreet, S.J., to Fr. Hayes; Letter (Aug. 4, 1865) of Ira B. Seymour to C.C. Lancaster and response (Aug. 7, 1865); Letters (1891) and agreement between C.H. Heichemer, S.J., and the Southern Maryland Development Co, for sale of Cedar Point Neck; Power of attorney (1867) for Bernard Wiget, S.J., to collect war claim money for the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen.

Box: 28 Fold: 9 St. Thomas Manor-War Claims [101b Z1-3]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1865]? - [12/31/1884]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [101b Z1-3] consists of varia (1865-84) pertaining to war claims. Items include the following: Correspondence (1865-1883) to C.C. Lancaster pertaining to war claims; Letter (Aug. 5, 1913) from John J. Hamilton; Petition to the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen [three copies (1867)]; Booklet contains Petition (1870) to the U.S. Court of Claims and Court of Claims case no. 21 (1884).

Box: 28 Fold: 10 Corp. RCC v. Duvall-(1804) [102 G1-G4]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1804]? - [12/31/1804]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [101b Z1-3] consists of varia (1804) pertaining to the Duvall dispute. Items include the following: Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen v. Mareen Duvall concerns the Carrollsburg dispute (1804); Surveyor's plat (1804) of John McGill; Explanation of plat for plantiff by his direction [White Marsh boundary dispute between Rev. John Ashton and the Duvalls (1804)]; Deposition in dispute with Duvall.

Box: 28 Fold: 11 Duvall v. Ashton [102 H1-H6]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1800]? - [12/31/1802]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [102 H1-H6] consists of pertaining essentially to the suit by Mareen Duvall against John Ashton, S.J. Items include the following: [OVERSIZE Box 4: (102 H1)-Two maps]; Plat [four copies (1800)] of explanations for part of Carrollsburg/John Wilson's Plains resurveyed; A further explanation of the plat for the plaintiff (1801); Explanation of the plat as an amendment for plaintiff (1802); Philip Nicholls v. John Ashton; Suit of Mareen Duvall ag. John Ashton (1802) for trespassing on the Plaine.

Box: 28 Fold: 12 Depositions [102 K1]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1756]? - [12/31/1756]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [102 K1] consists of one item: Depositions (1756) in regard to East Line, Ridgeleys and Tyler's Chance, Wilson's Plaine, Carrollsburg.

Box: 28 Fold: 13 Carrollsburg-Varia [102 K2-K6]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1790]? - [12/31/1800]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [102 K2-K6] consists of varia (1790-1800) pertaining to Carrollsburg. Items include the following: Depositions [extract (1790)] in regard to the beginning to Carrollsburg; Report (1796-1800) of the Commission from Prince George's County Court appointed to mark and bound Carrollsburg and Cheney's Plantation; Extract from the return of a commission granted to John Ashton, S.J.; Request of Mareen Duvall and Joseph Peach for the return made by Prince George's County Land Commissioners not be recorded; White Marsh Map and Survey (1800) indicate the original boundary of Carrollsburg.

Box: 28 Fold: 14 White Marsh-Surveys [102 M1-9]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1671]? - [12/31/1821]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [102 M1-9] consists essentially of surveys (1671-1821) pertaining to White Marsh and vicinity. Items include the following: Note inscribed on envelope provides brief history of Ashton/Duvall dispute; Three copies of survey of Wilsons Plaine; Courses of Howertons Range and the Plaine (Survey of 1671); Wilson's Plaine (Survey of 1671); Survey of Howerton, Wilson's Plaine, Tyler and Ridgeley; Duvall land survey (1800); Indenture (1796) between Mareen Howard Duvall and Mareen Duvall; Deed (1796) of Mareen Howard Duvall to Mareen Duvall; Bond of Mareen Duvall to Mareen Howard Duvall; Surveys of Howerton's Range, Parrotts Thicket and Bel Air [or Bellaire (sic)]; Surveys of James' Choice, Farmer's Choice (1715), Isaac's Discovery (1725), Farmer's Reserve (1714), Clark's Delight (1709) and Ryley's Range (1776); Depositions (1725) of Henry Fitch and Joseph Jacobs concern boundarys of James' Choice and Cheney's Adventure; Carrollsburg's extreme north boundary; Survey of Riley's Range; Opinions of Judge Luther Mackens (1816) and Judge Augustine Taney (1821) concern the boundary of Riley's Range.

Box: 28 Fold: 15 White Marsh-Deeds, etc. [102 N1-N5]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1702]? - [12/31/1802]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [102 N1-N5] consists essentially of deeds pertaining to White Marsh and vicinity. Items include the following: Copy of patent (1802) for Ridgely and Tyler's Chance; Courses of Ridgely and Tyler's Chance; Petition of Mark Brown to the Maryland General Assembly; Indenture [copy (1771)] between John Fowler and Mareen Howard Duvall; Deed [copy (1772)] of Jacob Fowler to Mareen Howard Duvall; Deed [copy (1776) of William Fowler to M.H. Duvall; Deed [copy (1773)] of Wiliam Fowler to M.H. Duvall; Indenture [copy (1764)] between William Fowler and Mareen Fowler; Deed (1789) of Mareen H. Duvall to Thomas Duckett; Indenture (1785) between Mareen Howard Duvall and Thomas Duckett; Indenture (1796) between Mareen Howard Duvall and John Duvall; Indenture (1796) between Mareen Howard Duvall and Mark and Cornelius Duvall; Deed (1796) from Mareen Howard Duvall to Cornelius Duvall; Indenture (1702) between Henry Ridgely, Robert Tyler and Lewis Duvall.

Box: 29 Fold: 1 White Hope-Varia [102 R1-S4]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1696]? - [12/31/1805]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [102 R1-S4] consists of varia pertaining to real property. Items include the following: Warrant for survey (1801) to John Ashton, S.J.; Survey (1696) of Cheney's Adventure (three copies and one map); Deeds [copy (1712/1737)] of John Jacob to Joseph and Benjamin Jacob; Deed (1727) of Joseph Jacob to William Ducker for Jacob's Hope; Indenture (1787) between Richard Isaac and John Ashton, S.J.; Letter (Dec. 16, 1805) from G. Barnaby Bitouzey, S.J., to Robert Molyneux, S.J., Response to aforesaid letter (dated Dec. 27, 1805) from Fr. Molyneux; Plat of Jacob's Hope.

Box: 29 Fold: 2 White Marsh-Varia [102 T1-W5]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1682]? - [12/31/1765]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [102 T1-W5] consists of varia (1682-1765) pertaining to White Marsh. Items include the following: Cheney's Plantation Survey (1722); Cheney's Plantation granted to James Carroll (1723); Assignment of right and title (1722) to James Carroll; Bond (1765) of Howard Duvall to John Lewis, S.J.; Survey and plat of Wilson's Plains; Indenture (1765) between James Green and George Hunter, S.J., for three acres called "Strife"; Bond of conveyance of property (1737) of James Carroll to George Thorold, S.J.; Small book (1763) contains copies of grants, deeds, surveys of Fingall in Ann Arundell County, Carrollsburg copy of certificate, inventory of Negro slaves and stock at White Marsh, Negroes at White Marsh and Fingall incapable of work; Warrant of Survey for James Carroll (1719); Survey of Riley's Horse Pasture (1712); Assignment of land (1682) by Robert Jones to George Yates; Survey for George Yates (1682); Grant of Carrollsburg (1722) by Charles Calvert [Lord Baltimore] to James Carroll.

Box: 29 Fold: 3 White Marsh-Map [102 Z-Z1]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1721]? - [12/31/1721]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [102 Z-Z1] consists of the following items pertaining to White Marsh: Map (c. 1721) of [perhaps of Wilsons Plains or Riley's Horse Pasture]; Unidentified map.

Box: 29 Fold: 4 White Marsh-Plats [102 Z2-Z4]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1700]? - [12/31/1904]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [102 Z2-Z4] consists of plats of White Marsh. Items include the following: Copy of old map [and copy] of the Patuxent part of White Marsh; Map of White Marsh lands lying on North branch of Patuxent; Carrollsburg plat; Map indicates boundaries of Carrollsburg, Cheney's Plantation, Cheney's Adventure, Ridgely & Tyler's Chance, Wilsons Plaines,

Clark's Fancy, Burgess Delight, and Parrott's Manor.

Box: 29 Fold: 5 White Marsh-Varia [102.5-102.5 N2]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1851]? - [12/31/1927]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [102.51-102.5N2] consists essentially of correspondence belonging to C.C. Lancaster. Items include the following: Note (1874) concerns tobacco barn for C. Fladung; Newsclipping (1927) concerns chapel at White Marsh; Petition (c. 1852) of Francis Vespre, S.J., for relief; Letter (Feb. 2, 1853) from C.C. Lancaster to James Ryder, S.J.; Letter (Feb. 2, 1853) of C.C. Lancaster to Dr. William Duvall concerns White Marsh property assessment; Letter (Feb. 17, 1853) from C.C. Lancaster to Fr. Ryder concerns property assessment; Letter (May 3, 1853) from William B. Hill has attached Lancaster's letter (Feb. 20, 1853) to Joshua Clarke which also concerns the assessment; Draft (1853) of Petition to General Assembly of Maryland for relief to Mr. C.C. Lancaster by Fr. Ryder; Petition to the General Assembly by C.C. Lancaster requesting the refund of certain taxes; Address to General Assembly [fragment]; Letter (Nov. 3, 1851) of C.C. Lancaster to Dr. L.B. Northrop provides description of White Marsh estate; Letter (July 10, 1860) of C.C. Lancaster to Robert Bowie; Nine letters (1865-69) of W.L. Dorsey to Mr. Lancaster; Receipt (1854) from W.F. Duvall; Seven letters (1863-65) from W.L. Dorsey to Mr. Lancaster; Letter (Oct. 20, 1864) from M.E. Mullikin; Rent account of John Redmiles (1864); Letter (Mar. 14, 1865) from Joshua Clarke; Letter (Jan. 26, 1867) from William Broderick.

Box: 29 Fold: 6 White Marsh-Varia [102.5 T1-T5]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1800]? - [12/31/1917]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [102.5 T1-T5] consists of varia (1800-1917) pertaining to White Marsh. Items include the following: Survey of Carrollsburgh (1806) by Colomore Duvall; Map of White Marsh (1800); Survey of Sharretts and Glatfelter; Outlines of Kelly Farm; Three letters (1915-17) from Joseph Zwinge, S.J., to Bruner R. Anderson; Six letters (1915-17) from Bruner Anderson to Fr. Zwinge; Deed (1919) between P.H. Glatfelter Co. and the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen; Survey of Maenner lines (Farmers Reserve and Riley's Range); Deed of Trust from Philip B. Duvall and Mary Ann Duvall to Richard G. Cross and Trueman Cross in trust for Elizabeth Page; Five letters (1910-12) from F. Deutsch to Fr. Zwinge; Transcribed copy of deed (1809-1864) pertaining to White Marsh Estate boundary lines [neighbor's deeds to the south].

Box: 29 Fold: 7 White Marsh [102.5 W1-12]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1819]? - [12/31/1919]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [102.5 W1-12] consists of varia (1819-1919) pertaining to property in White Marsh and vicinity. Items include the following: Map and Survey (1819) of White Marsh; Memorandum to show the correct location of the 4th line of Ridgely and Tyler's Chance; Survey of the land sold to A.T. Hopkins at White Marsh (1852); Indenture (1853) between Charles C. Lancaster and Hannah Ann Hopkins and Emeline P. Hopkins; Bond (1852) between Charles C. Lancaster and Alfred T. Hopkins; Release of Bond (1853) between C.C. Lancaster and Hannah & Emeline Hopkins; Letters (1859-66) to and from Mr. Lancaster; Three receipts (1863); Note (1904) from Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; Deed and Survey (1860) of C.C. Lancaster to Charles C. Hill for part of Carrollsburg; Letter (Dec. 25, 1860) from Charles C. Hill to Mr. Lancaster concerns map and assessment [on rear is record of sale transaction]; W.N. Snowden's survey of the new vineyeard near Kreusch's; Map and survey of Maenner's Line (1891); Letter (May 13, 1910) to Fr. Zwinge from J. Brosnan, S.J.; Letter (Dec. 2, 1919) to Fr. Zwinge from W.C. Le Gore; Plat of William Woodward property [Collington, Maryland (1912)]; Deed [copy (1912)] between the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen and William Woodward; Agreement (1916) with the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company for right-of-way to erect poles on the Bowie/Collington Road.

Box: 29 Fold: 8 White Marsh-Varia [102.5 Y-Z4]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1805]? - [12/31/1817]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [102.5 Y-Z4] consists of varia (1805-1817) pertaining to property in White Marsh and vicinity. Items include the following: Survey of Patuxent Meadows (1806) for Colemore Duvall; Grant (1807) of Patuxent Meadows to Colemore Duvall; Deed (1807) between William Bowie and Germain Barnaby Bitouzey, S.J.; Agreement (1807) between Fr. Bitouzey and William Bowie concerns purchase of Patuxent Meadows; Map and survey of Patuxent Meadows (1805); Map and certificate of Patuxent Meadows enlarged (1808); Deed (1809) of Germain B. Bitouzey (SJ) to the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen; Map (1807) of Fr. Bitouzey shows Patuxent Meadows and vicinity; Deed (1809) of Mareen H. Duvall to Corp. RCC; Deed and plat (1817) of Mareen Duvall to Corp. RCC; Plat and certificate of part of Wilson's Plaine [accompanies deed from 1817 deed of Mareen Duvall]; Two plats of land (1817); Opinion (1810) of Judge John Johnson concerns boundary of Wilson's line.

Box: 30 Fold: 1 Bohemia Manor-Varia [103 A0-K2]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1684]? - [12/31/1918]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [103 A0-K2] consists of varia (1684-1918) pertaining to Bohemia Manor. Items include the following: Map of farms at Bohemia Manor (c. 1920); Background of Bohemia Manor property (1684?); List of deeds to 1779; Receipt (1899) from Cecil County Clerk of Circuit Court; Deed (1898) between Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen and Rev. John J. Monaghan, Bishop of Wilmington, Delaware; Agreement (1898) between the Corp. RCC and Bishop John J. Monaghan; Letter (June 23, 1854) to C.C. Lancaster concerns the road case; Agreement (1889) between the Corp. RCC and the Cecil County Commissioners; Right-of-way given to Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Co. (1918); Ten letters (1864-74) to C.C. Lancaster; Receipts and promissory notes to Mr. Lancaster; 12 letters (1864-68) from Henry Rimbaugh to C.C. Lancaster; Three receipts from Henry Rimbaugh.

Box: 30 Fold: 2 Bohemia Manor-Map and Survey [103 M1]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1898]? - [12/31/1898]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [103 M1] consists of one item: Map and survey (1898) of Bohemia church lot, cemetery and farm.

Box: 30 Fold: 3 Bohemia Manor-Varia [103 N1-P6.5]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1795]? - [12/31/1871]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [103 N1-P6.5] consists of varia pertaining to Bohemia Manor. Items include the following: Order of Registrar of Wills (1788) to appraise chattels of the late John Lewis, S.J.; Decision of arbitrators (1816) in disupute between James Moynihan, S.J., and William Pasquet, S.J.; Observations on the arbitration of James Scanlan and Benedict Craddock concern the R.R. W. Pasquet and Moynihan; Settlement of dispute (1816) between Fr. Moynihan and Pasquet; Power of Attorney (1818) for Enoch Fenwick, S.J., from Francis Neale, S.J.; Contract (1838) between A. Thompson, Francis Herbert and Peter Havermans, S.J.; Statement of account from Father King up to Jan. 1855; Bond (1858) between Lewis Dickson, William Willson and C.C. Lancaster, S.J.; Articles of Agreement (1859) between C.C. Lancaster and Samuel A. Groffe; Peach culture notes (1870-71); Lease (1795) between Ambrose Marechal, S.S., and James O. Donald; Lease (1796) of Negro slave by Ambrose Marechal to James O. Donald; A. Marechal order on Mr. Hyman for Mrs. Morton; Contract (1797) between Patrick Barnes and Ambrose Marechal; Bond (1797) between A. Marechal and his Negro slave Patrick Barnes for purchase of freedom; Petition for Freedom [Patrick Barnes (slave) v. A. Marechal, S.S.]; Certificate of contract (1798) for hire of Negro slave by A. Marechal to John Morton; Account of Amb. Marechal with George Reece (1797-98); Marechal Settlement with S. George before leaving Bohemia (1797).

Box: 30 Fold: 4 Bohemia Manor-Varia [103 R1-R7]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1801]? - [12/31/1881]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [103 R1-R7] consists of materials (1801-81) pertaining to Bohemia property. Items include the following: Notice (1800) of establishment of commission to mark and bound land tracts at Little Bohemia; Letter (Feb. 24, 1801) of Francis Beeston, S.J., to Hugh Matthews; Petition (Mar. 1, 1801) to the justices of Cecil County to mark and bound lands at Bohemia; Letter (Mar. 3, 1801) from Archbishop John Carroll to Fr. Beeston or Hugh Matthews; Order of Cecil County Court (1801) appointing commissioners to mark and bound Bohemia tracts; Official survey of Bohemia tracts (1801); Survey by commissioners; [OVERSIZE Box 4: 103 R4.5 (map)]; Letter (June 16, 1801) from Fr. Beeston to Hugh Matthews; Map [copy] of Bohemia Farm (1801); Map copy (1881).

Box: 30 Fold: 5 Bohemia-Maps/Surveys [103 S1-T9]
DATE SPAN: [10/10/1795]? - [12/31/1876]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [103 S1-T9] consists of materials pertaining to Bohemia property. Items include the following: Map [in French] of Bohemia Manor Plantation (1795); Map called Plan de Bohemia [on rear-plat of Worsell Manor]; Plat of land sold to Thomas Mansell by James Heath; Map and survey of St. Xaverius (1704); Map and survey of Askmore Quarter; Survey of various tracts on or near Bohemia [e.g., St. Xaverius, St. Ignatius, Woodbridge, Askmore, Worsello, Stockton, Skelton, Sarah's Joynture and Vulcan's Rest]; Summary of title to St. Xaverius upon Bohemia and other tracts formerly belonging to Thomas Mansell; Booklet includes summary of titles of Bohemia and in Kent County; Summary of title; Abstract of title to Bohemia property; Account of farms and value [includes Negro slaves]; List of farms (1876) contains acreage, tenants and value; Two photographs of maps.

Box: 30 Fold: 6 Bohemia Manor-Land Grants [103 W1-W18]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1681]? - [12/31/1711]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [103 W1-W4] consists of essentially of Bohemia land grants. Items include the following: Memorandum or Journal of the first foundation and seating of Bohemia Manor (1681); Grant [copy] of Charles Calvert, Lord Baltimore, to Augustine Herman; Grant (1706) from Charles Calvert to Thomas Mansell; Typescript copy of original warrant for land to Thomas Mansell; Grant (1711) from Charles Calvert to James Heath.

Box: 30 Fold: 7 Bohemia Manor-Land Documents [103 W5-W8]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1714]? - [12/31/1773]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [103 W5-W18] consists of documents (1714-1773) pertaining to land at Bohemia. Items include the following: Indenture (1714) between Denis Nowland and James Heath; Survey of Skelton, Hocton and Sarah's Joynture has on reverse plat of Herman's Branch and Augustin's Creek; Indenture (1721) between James Heath and Thomas Mansell; Indenture (1728) between John Bennett and Peter Attwood; Indenture (1730) between Ephraim A. Herman and Vachel Denton; Indenture (1730) between Joshua George and Vachel Denton; Indenture (1731) between Joshua George and Peter Attwood; Indenture (1732) between Vachel Denton and Peter Attwood; Bond of conveyance for land to Thomas Mansell; Letter (Dec. 14, 1773) from Mathias Manners, S.J., to John Lewis, S.J.; Note by Joseph Zwinge, S.J., concerns number of acres at Bohemia; Power of attorney from Robert Molyneux, S.J., to Francis Beeston, S.J.; Attachment (1742)-Henry Neal against Richard Cradock.

Box: 30 Fold: 8 Depositions re: Bohemia Manor [103 Z1-Z3]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1731]? - [12/31/1731]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [103 Z1-Z3] consists essentially of depositions pertaining to Bohemia. Items include the following: Copies of some Records and Depositions Relating to the Great Bohemia Manor lying on Bohemia River in Maryland; Depositions in Relation to Delaware Paths (1731).

Box: 30 Fold: 9 J.F.M. Lucas (SJ)-Account Records [103.5 R1]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1840]? - [12/31/1843]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [103.5 R1] consists of account records (1840-43) of James F. M. Lucas, S.J.

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