St. Thomas Manor (12 of 39)
Georgetown University Manuscripts, Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Washington, D.C.
Jesuits. Maryland Province. Procurator
Land and legal records, including several documents related to the acquisition of Cobb's Neck and Newport executed by Leonard Edelen and John Baptist CaryNote (May, 1905) from Joseph Zwinge, S.J., concerns parcels of land deeded to William McSherry; Indenture (1713) between Thomas Simpson and Richard Polon; Indenture (1730) between Thomas Simpson, Sr., & Thomas Simpson, Jr., and Ignatius Simpson; Conveyance (1730) of Thomas Simpson, Sr., to Ignatius Simpson; Conveyance [fragment] to Richard Edelen from Thomas Simpson, Sr. and Jr.; Indenture (1727) between Thomas Simpson, Sr., & Thomas Simpson, Jr., and Rutherford Deleu; Indenture (1752) between Richard Edelen and Hudson Walthen; Indenture (1767) between Richard Walthen and John Corry; Indenture (1757) between Richard Edelen and John Corry; Indenture (1800) between Thomas Lancaster and William Corry; Map and survey (1800) of Thomas Lancaster's property named Saint Thomas; William Corry's certificate and plat (1790) for Saint Thomas; Indenture (1816) between Mathilda Walthen and John Corry; Indenture (1818) between William Corry and John B. Carey, S.J.; Plat and survey (1812) of Cobb Neck; Indenture (1816) between John H. Lancaster and John B. Carey, S.J.**Former finding aid locations: 119_35_7; 107S-107S10**
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Is Part Of
Archives of the Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus (GTM.000119); Box 60; Folder 4;