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Viewing: Spence, Mary Traill, 1753-1824

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MS022 B08 F12 - James H. Pierrepont, lease and receipts

1820Lease between Mary Spence and James Pierrepont 1820Receipt, James H. Pierrepont for Tax of St. John's Church 1821Receipt, James H. Pierrepont for subscription to the Journal 1822Receipt, James H. Pierrepont for the Proprietors of the New Castle Bridge 1823Receipt, James H. Pierrepont for subscription to the Journal 1824Receipt, James H. Pierrepont for taxes paid to state and town 1824Receipt, James H. Pierrepont for subscription to the Journal 1824Receipt, James H. Pierrepont, Nathaniel Adams, and Nathaniel Adams Jr., for loan from the Exeter Bank 1825Receipt, James H. Pierrepont for Tax of St. John's Church 1826Receipt, James H. Pierrepont for subscription to

S0368 - Family papers, 1755-1807. (S368).

Papers of the Whipple and Traill families. Includes letter (1755 June 23) from Hannah Whipple to brother; two poems by Dr. Joshua Brackett, one addressed to Hannah Whipple (whom he married in 1760); letter (1764 Oct. 23) from Mary (Whipple) Traill, in Portsmouth, to husband Robert Traill, Esquire (d. 1785), in London; commission (1784 Dec. 25) of Joseph Whipple as colonel in the 25th regiment of the New Hampshire militia; letter (1807 Sept. 15) from Mary (Traill) Spence to husband, Keith Spence, navy agent at New Orleans; and photocopies of four Rockingham County, N.H., probate records: estate inventory (1756) of William Whipple, Jr., will (1802) for Hannah Whipple Brackett, will (1816) for J

S0475 - Whipple/Traile family papers, 1751-1841. (S475).

Retained copies of letters of families from Portsmouth, N.H., and Boston, Mass. Includes letters: William Traile to James Forbes (1751) concerning payment; Joseph Whipple, U.S. Customs agent in Portsmouth, to Oliver Evans (1788) requests information about Evans's mill; Whipple to Mr. B. Wolcott (1798) regarding charges against Whipple for supporting the revenue laws, and another concerning contracts; J. Whipple to James Lovell concerning Whipple's dismissal from office, and (1799) concerning charges against Whipple; Mary Spence to Harriet B. (Spence) Lowell (1805-1807) concerning family matters; Charles Lowell to H.B.S. Lowell (1817) describing a trip to Virginia; George William Traill to Cha