White Marsh (18 of 26)
Georgetown University Manuscripts, Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Washington, D.C.
Jesuits. Maryland Province. Procurator
Land records:Map and Survey (1819) of White Marsh; Memorandum to show the correct location of the 4th line of Ridgely and Tyler's Chance; Survey of the land sold to A.T. Hopkins at White Marsh (1852); Indenture (1853) between Charles C. Lancaster and Hannah Ann Hopkins and Emeline P. Hopkins; Bond (1852) between Charles C. Lancaster and Alfred T. Hopkins; Release of Bond (1853) between C.C. Lancaster and Hannah & Emeline Hopkins; Letters (1859-66) to and from Mr. Lancaster; Three receipts (1863); Note (1904) from Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; Deed and Survey (1860) of C.C. Lancaster to Charles C. Hill for part of Carrollsburg; Letter (Dec. 25, 1860) from Charles C. Hill to Mr. Lancaster concerns map and assessment [on rear is record of sale transaction]; W.N. Snowden's survey of the new vineyeard near Kreusch's; Map and survey of Maenner's Line (1891); Letter (May 13, 1910) to Fr. Zwinge from J. Brosnan, S.J.; Letter (Dec. 2, 1919) to Fr. Zwinge from W.C. Le Gore; Plat of William Woodward property [Collington, Maryland (1912)]; Deed [copy (1912)] between the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen and William Woodward; Agreement (1916) with the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company for right-of-way to erect poles on the Bowie/Collington Road.**Former finding aid locations: 119_29_7; 102.5W1-102.5W12**
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