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MS002 B13 F09 - Legal, Litigation, 1805-1822

By-laws and riles, litigation, powers of attorney, the John P. Lord and Samuel Lord debt and stock transfer in 1821, and the John B. Sewell embezzlement case papers from 1814-1816. F9: Ebenezer Wentworth, Nathaniel Cutter, William Sheafe, Jeremiah Smith, Nathaniel Adams, Samuel Elliot, Thomas Thompson, George Cutts, George Clark, George Turner, Thomas Brown, Winthrop B. Norton, Levi Bartlett, Ambrose Allen, James Dimon, Edward Parry and others.

MS101 - Nathaniel A. Haven Papers

Papers, primarily correspondence, but also deeds, legal settlements, and shipping accounts relating to Portsmouth physician and merchant Nathaniel Appleton Haven (1762-1831). Bulk date 1790-1799. Correspondence is arranged alphabetically by author. Biographical notes: Nathaniel Appleton Haven (1762-1831) was part of a large family, the son of Reverend Samuel Haven, pastor of South Church, Portsmouth. He graduated from Harvard College in 1779 with a degree in medicine. After the Revolutionary War, in which he acted as a ship's surgeon, Haven established himself in Portsmouth as a physician and merchant. Eventually he became a successful ship owner and civic leader. Haven was elected as

Image of MS107 B01 F10 - Jeremiah Smith Judgement

MS107 B01 F10 - Jeremiah Smith Judgement

Judgement against Samuel Sherburne, Jonathan Warner, and Ammi R. Cutter who are ordered to pay damages to Jeremiah Smith of Exeter.

Image of MS107 B02 F10 - Jeremiah Smith to Jonathan Warner

MS107 B02 F10 - Jeremiah Smith to Jonathan Warner

Letter from Jeremiah Smith to Jonathan Warner regarding a transaction that happened in Portsmouth "before and during the late war..." of interest to Charles Hall of Barbados." Dated Exeter June 21, 1811.

MS121.1 - Gerrish Kimball Collection

Scope and Content This collection includes additions to items given by the same donor in MS121. Items are related to the same individuals represented in the original collection, members of the Kimball and Gerrish families. The first part of the collection includes items that appear to have been collected by either Harriet McEwen Kimball or Arthur S. Gerrish. The first folder contains some handwritten sheet music with a note by Harriet McEwen Kimball. The next folders contain letters to Harriet McEwen Kimball which appear to have been collected and organized by her nephew Arthur S. Gerrish who lived in Portsmouth with his mother (Caroline Parker Kimball Gerrish) and grandparents, David and

REF F34 .P37 1931 - Book

Athenaeum owns volume 3 only, which includes New Hamsphire, Connecticut and Rhode Island.