St. Thomas Manor (18 of 39)
Georgetown University Manuscripts, Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Washington, D.C.
Jesuits. Maryland Province. Procurator
Tenant leases and debt at Cedar Point Neck: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).**Former finding aid locations: 119_26_4; 99M1-99O2**
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Is Part Of
Archives of the Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus (GTM.000119); Box 60; Folder 10;