Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Cary, James, 1750-1826; farmer; veteran. The records contain documents with detailed descriptions relating to the executor's and lawyers' role in the settlement; extensive inventories of Cary's real and personal property and their worth; and debts owed to and by the estate. His will is not included; the names of the heirs are learned from "Distribution of the estate" dated 30 April 1827.
Catholic Church, Archdiocese of Lima. Proclamation (part printed, part hand-written) in Spanish requesting information on the theft of a mule belonging to Don Miguel de la Ruis del Vega. Proclamation signed by Pedro de Villagomez, Archbishop of Lima, Peru.
Neptune, slave. Receipt for his purchase in Lynchburg, Virginia in March 1863 by Nathan C. Taliaferro from John H. Fuqua.
Indenture: between Samuel Sheafe, Joseph Caryll and Stephen Foster (1st part), Alexander Merreall (2nd part) and John Applebee (3rd part)
A 1715 release from Samuel Sheafe to John Applebee of 13 messuages in Southwark, England (now part of London). The contract was executed to settle debts owed following the bankruptcy of Alexander Merreall of London. Also named in the contract are the member of the King's Majesty's Commission who oversaw the bankrupcy and the tenants of the messuages.
Letter from Alison Butler, President of the Smith College Student Government Association, to Mount Holyoke student Eleanor Spence, Class of 1948, with Constitution of the Smith College Flying Club attached
Pesquet family papers, 1623-1828. Papers consists of legal documents relating to the family of Jean Baptiste Pesquet (sieur Deschamps) of Normandy, France; includes confirmation of magistrial office, wills, inventories, writ of emancipation, marriage contracts, etc.
Warbeke, John Martyn, 1879-1950; philosopher and college teacher. Mount Holyoke College faculty member, 1912-1944. Papers consist of published and unpublished writings, lecture and speech notes, research notes, notes on other speakers, course records, correspondence, original music scores, materials from The Holyoke (Massachusetts) League of Arts and Crafts, memorabilia, biographical information, and photographs; primarily pertaining to his work as a scholar and teacher.