Wills and Related Documents, Surnames G-Y
Georgetown University Manuscripts, Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Washington, D.C.
Will of Robert Gates (1694); Will of Isaac Gilpin (1730); Will of Peter Havermans (1840); Will of Thomas Mooney (1756); Will of J. Randall MacDonnell (1743); Will of Johann C. Musenfelder (1773); Will of Raphaele Neale (1784); Inventory of goods and chattels of Archbishop Leonard Neale (1818); Two documents granting power of executor to Francis Neale, S.J., John Walsh and David Williamson over the estate of Archbishop Leonard Neale (1818); Draft of letter of Francis Neale, S.J., to Judge Owen Dorsey of the Orphan Court of Baltimore County gives account of administration of Leonard Neale's estate; Will of Rev. John Rosseter (1804); Will [consisting of 2 parts] of Joseph M. Semmes (1763); Letter (Feb. 16, 1770) from Joseph Semmes to George Hunter; Will [2 copies] of Nicholas L. Sewall (1796); Will of Henry Sewall (1800); Will of James Sheehy (1814); Will of George Slye (1773); Receipt of Dr. T.Z.C. Myers in payment of will registration [York County, Penn.]; Will of Notley Young (1815).**Former finding aid locations: 119_25_8; 95 G1-Y1**This folder contains materials related to Jesuit slaveholding.A Great Coat to Old Billy: Will of Rev. John Rosseter, O.S.A., 1812 [GSA149]
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