Abandonment (Maritime law)
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
This collection of American Insurance Company Records contains correspondence, meeting minutes, financial records, policies and more.
The Andrew Dunlap Papers, 1754-1847, contain attorney's, political, personal, and estate papers of Andrew Dunlap (1794-1835), a famous United States District Attorney for Massachusetts and follower of Andrew Jackson.
The bulk of the Barton Family Papers is comprised of shipping and business papers reflecting the activities of four generations of merchants, ship owners and masters.
The Benjamin Spooner Briggs papers contains family papers, some business related papers belonging to Briggs, and materials relating to the Mary Celeste after the Briggs' disappearance.
The Dorr family papers are composed of ships' papers, correspondence, account books, bills, and receipts associated with Ebenezer Dorr, his sons John and Joseph, and other family members.
The Essex Fire and Marine Insurance Company records consist of administrative and financial records as well as policies and marine claims for this Salem, Massachusetts, firm.
The Gregory Family Papers document the shipping and fishing activities of three generations of the Gregory family of Marblehead, Massachusetts.
This collection is comprised of three boxes of American and British materials from 1902-2000, pertaining to the mysterious disappearance of the crew during a voyage of the brigantine Mary Celeste in 1872.
This collection is comprised of the shipping, business and personal papers of Michael Shepard and a few other family members.
This collection is comprised of the shipping and business papers of Michael Shepard and his son, Michael Webb Shepard. The bulk of the collection is related to Shepard's shipping activities at ports in East Africa from 1835-1855, when he traded in ivory, copal, textiles and cloves.