Newtown (5 of 64)
Georgetown University Manuscripts, Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Washington, D.C.
Jesuits. Maryland Province. Procurator
Legal papers on Newtown including the deed of Gift (Jan. 30, 1717) between William Hunter and Thomas Jameson that is the earliest known transaction by a member of the Maryland Province that included enslaved people.Other documents: 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; Account of household kitchen and farm utensils as well as livestock at Newtown (Oct. 1792); Extract from Chronicles of Colonial Maryland concerns Newtown residence.**Former finding aid locations: 119_27_2; 100.5Z3-100.5Z7**This folder contains materials related to Jesuit slaveholding.Deed of gift between William Hunter, SJ and Thomas Jameson, January 30, 1717 [GSA369]
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Charles Stonestreet, S.J. - Newtown (61 of 82) Stonestreet, Charles H., 1813-1885; Jesuits. Maryland Province; DigitalGeorgetown; Georgetown University Manuscripts, Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Washington, D.C. (1855-06-21)