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Georgetown University Manuscripts, Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Washington, D.C.
Jesuits. Maryland Province. Procurator
Land records: 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.**Former finding aid locations: 119_29_8; 102.5Y-102.5Z4**
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