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Georgetown University Manuscripts, Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Washington, D.C.
Jesuits. Maryland Province. Procurator
Land records: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 Martin (1816) and Judge Augustus Taney (1821) concern the boundary of Riley's Range.**Former finding aid locations: 119_28_14; 102M1-102M9**
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