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Viewing: Sherburne, John Nathaniel, 1793-1859

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MS003 - Macphaedris Warner Penhallow Papers, 1635-1877

Scope and Content The Macphaedris/Warner/Penhallow Papers are from the families who lived in the Warner House and their family and business connections. A majority of the papers involves the shipping business. The primary figures, Archibald Macphaedris, Jonathan Warner, and Samuel Penhallow were all prominent merchants. Papers involving the Masonian land grant in NH, including wills, deeds, and letters, are in Warner’s and Penhallow’s papers; Richard Wibird’s papers also have Masonian records. There are a few papers involving Samuel Penhallow as Justice of the Peace. Collection includes correspondence, deeds, wills, legal documents, business records, and other papers, of the Macpheadris

Image of PS1824 - Small Photograph Collections

PS1824 - Small Photograph Collections

Photograph of a group at the Warner House. Individuals are identified on an accompanying sheet of paper: "The Westpointer is Charles William Whipple - The man standing next to him is his brother, David Whipple, who later went to Annapolis, became a marine and died from the effects of yellow fever caught at Pensacola - The seated man is John N. Sherburne - One of the seated women with the black skirt is probably Eleanor Sherburne mother of Charles William and Daniel Whipple - The other is probably her sister who married a Penhallow. The children are probably hers although one could be the daughter of Eleanor Sherburne Whipple - The woman in the window is probably the wife of John D. Sherburne"

S0855 - John S. Blunt Daybook

Daybook kept by artist (painter), John S. Blunt from 1826 to 1835. Book includes personal expenses, such as rent and hiring nurses. It also includes a record of work done by Blunt including sign lettering, commissioned paintings (ships, portraits, etc.), coffin plates, fire buckets, mirrors and furniture. Blunt's transactions are with individuals as well as furniture makers, churches (Methodist Episcopal Church on Middle Street), organizations (Temperance organizations), and theaters. Below is an index of where individuals and businesses/organizations/ships appear in the volume. Abbott, John6 Adams, Hiram89,94 Akerman, Joseph Jr.6 Ames, George4 Annin, Smith and Company92, 94 Artiller