Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Indenture between Henry Banks, Richmond, Virginia (heir of John Banks) and Ichabod Burnet, late of Charleston, South Carolina with Nathaniel Greene of Charleston for land sold by John McQueen of Charleston for lots in Brunswick, Georgia. Signed by Henry Banks. Notarized by Archibald Blair, Notary Public in Richmond, Virginia and John Harvie, Mayor of Richmond. January 1786. Includes a paper seal and partial red wax seal.
Framed Vellum English Indenture from 1693. One of the signatures is James Bond.
Indenture, 1855 February 23, conveying six-year-old enslaved girl, Martha, daughter of Charles and Sarah, from Charles Story Newell, Copiah County, Mississippi to Mary Jane Ellis, also of Copiah County.
Indenture of the apprenticeship by the Overseers for the Poor of the Parish of Bridgewater in Somerset of William Harris to Robert Poasey, a mason. 8 July. 1691. DS. 1 p.
Indenture between William Perkins, Thomas Buchanan and William Brown, London Merchants and Henry Holland, Halfmoon Street Piccadilly, builder and William Powell and Cordall Powell Ironmongers of Picaddilly in relation to the disposal of the lands, effects and tobacco shipments of the estate in Virginia of John Morton Jordan. July 1, 1773.
Richard G. Joynt's collection of British manuscripts, from the 15th to the 20th century, of 88 letters and documents, 41 cut signatures, and many book engravings. The authors and signatures include kings, queens, prime ministers, nobles, military officers, authors, and other dignitaries. Personal matters, military orders and letters, religion, treaties, politics, intrique, and much more are covered in these letters, often interwoven with current events.
Two land indentures on 2 sheets of vellum, attached with twisted leather. four red seals arevattached. Names mentioned are Isaac, John and Thomas Emonds and Thomas Edwards.
Two legal documents from members of the Stanford family of Abbotts Salford, located in the county of Warwickshire, England. Includes an indenture, 1639, made between John Stanford and William Courteen for a piece of land called Honyham. The indenture was for a period of 7 years. The collection also contains a legal patent for William Stanford dated 1720. Documents are fragile.
This collection contains correspondence to and from Taylor, account books, financial statements, and deeds and other documents for the Dismal Swamp Company. Includes correspondence related to William & Mary. The collection also includes a land indenture between William and Mary Cunningham and Edmund Christian and the College of William and Mary regarding land in Hanover County.