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Image of C06.535 - Abraham Shaw [1775-1825]

C06.535 - Abraham Shaw [1775-1825]

Half length portrait of subject wearing black overcoat with white stock. Subject has piercing brown eyes and brown hair. Unfinished portrait with grey background.

F44 .P8 N44 - Book

Five volume set: 1. Joseph Whipple: Life and Letters. 2. Commerce, Shipping and Immigration. 3. Builders, Masters, Owners, and Importers. 4. Piscataqua Built Vessels. 5. Outsiders.

M0038 - Plot Plan

Division of Cap't William Trefethen's land in the South End following decease of same.

Marcy Street - Shaw, Thomas M. House - Vertical File

Moved from another location on Marcy to the corner of Marcy and Court Streets.

MS002 Flat Box 1 - Ship and house insurance policies

F61: Insurance policies for vessels Adventure (sloop), Agenonia(barque), Alert (brig), Alfred (ship), Alligator (brig), Almira (brig), Amily (sloop), Ann (brig), Aurora (ship), Betsey (brig), Bristol Packet (ship), Brutus (ship), Cato (ship), Ceres (ship), Charles (brig), Charles (ship), Columbia (schooner). Masters: Seward Porter, William Marshall, John Tilton, Games Greenough, John Rice, Michael Beck, Joseph A. Ellery, George McClean, Leonard Hall, Ebenezer Ricker jr, Ebenezer Rowe, William Day, Robert Blunt Charles Blunt, William W. Thompson, Elihu D. Brown, John Perkins 3rd, Enoch G. Parrott, Joseph Jenkins. Also lists shipowners. F62: Insurance policies for vessels Diana (brig), D

Image of P07_03_01 - Harriman Photograph Collection

P07_03_01 - Harriman Photograph Collection

Capt. Thomas Shaw House at 24 Marcy Street, corner of Court and Marcy streets, Portsmouth, NH. This was the former site of the Gloucester House, a notorious house of ill-repute on Water Street (renamed Marcy Street). The Shaw House was moved from 61 Marcy Street to this location. Captain Thomas M Shaw (captain of the Durham built privateer, Thomas) was instrumental in capturing British ships during the War of 1812. 2. Capt. Thomas Shaw House before it was moved on Dec. 29, 1938 from 61 Marcy Street on the corner of Gates Street to its current location) *note the For Sale sign by the front door. There is no documentation on the exact date that the house was built, but exterior an

Image of P07_03_02 - Harriman Photograph Collection

P07_03_02 - Harriman Photograph Collection

Capt. Thomas Shaw House on its original location at 61 Marcy Street, Portsmouth, NH. The house was moved on Dec. 29, 1938 from 61 Marcy Street on the corner of Gates Street to its current location) *note the For Sale sign by the front door. There is no documentation on the exact date that the house was built, but exterior and interior construction techniques date it to about 1750. The house is now located at 24 Marcy Street, corner of Court and Marcy streets, Portsmouth, NH.

Professional Collection - Cataloging - Book

Five volume set: 1. Joseph Whipple: Life and Letters. 2. Commerce, Shipping and Immigration. 3. Builders, Masters, Owners, and Importers. 4. Piscataqua Built Vessels. 5. Outsiders.

Ready Reference Maritime - Book

Five volume set: 1. Joseph Whipple: Life and Letters. 2. Commerce, Shipping and Immigration. 3. Builders, Masters, Owners, and Importers. 4. Piscataqua Built Vessels. 5. Outsiders.

S0376 - Portsmouth (Revenue cutter) Inventories and appraisal, 1830-1833. (S376).

Detailed inventories of public property carried on the Portsmouth. Includes everything from main sails and jibs, to handcuffs and compasses.

S0888 - Portsmouth Universalist Society Record Book

Record book of the Universalist Church in Portsmouth (located on Pleasant Street, later became part of the South Church - Unitarian Universalist Church). Book records the Society's beginnings, with the building of the new church on Pleasant Street. The volume begins on January 1, 1807 with the Society's plan to purchase land for the building. The first entry lists names of seventy people and the shares they purchased as part of the endeavor. The book contains information on choices of land available, how pews would be sold, and other financial matters. The remainder of the ledger primarily deals with the buying and selling of pews. Although most of the entries are from 1807 to the 1830s there

S0982 - Liberty Pole Subscribers List, 1834

Liberty Pole subscribers list, 1834. Money from the donors is to be spent on a new flag for the Liberty Pole at Liberty Bridge, Portsmouth. Includes about 80 names.

S0989 - Custom House Certificate

Certificate from Portsmouth Custom House regarding duties incurred on goods sold in Durham from the armed brigantine Portsmouth. Item currently being flattened.

S1182 - Daniel Lindbled Will

Will of Daniel Lindbled, mariner of Portsmouth dated 1812. According to the document, Lindbled sailed on the Schooner Thomas or the Schooner Revenge, under Capt. Thomas M. Shaw. He stated "Do considering the dangers to which I may be exposed and the uncertainty of life..." He leaves all of his "share of prize money" and the rest of his estate to Andrew Lynn of Portsmouth. There are four pages of handwritten notes with the document, providing additional research about and analysis of the document. There is also a typed transcription.

S1231 - Portsmouth Academy Record Book

Record book was kept between 1812 and 1828. The book begins on April 17, 1812 with an assessment of shares. It then details "Cash Paid" items including: For the Lot of Land & Deed 1884. For the Building 7867.31 … Paid Teachers… During the years 1812 and 1813 money was collected for assessments from 35 individuals including, Nathaniel Adams, George F. Blunt, Oliver Briard, B. Brierlet, E. D. Brown, Samuel Chauncy, Edward Cutts, Samuel Elliott, Thomas Elwyn, Nathaniel Folsom, Theodore Furber (estate), John Goddard, Samuel Haines, Andrew Halliburton, Henry Haven, John Haven, H. S. Landson Jr., John Langdon, Samuel Larkin, George Long, Thomas Lunt, Isaac Lyman, Matthew Marsh, Jeremiah Mas