Administration of estates
Found in 84 Collections and/or Records:
Andrew Dunlap Papers, 1754-1847
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.
Appleton Family Papers, 1780-1857
The bulk of the collection concerns Henry Appleton's (1763-1823) mercantile activities in Salem from 1790-1823, and his management of the affairs of his orphaned niece and nephews.
Asa Pingree Papers, 1820-1931
This collection contains the papers of Asa Pingree created during his life, as well as the papers relating to the administration of his estate.
Barton Family Papers, 1677-1897
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.
Benjamin Crowninshield Family Papers, 1727-1934, undated
The Benjamin Crowninshield Family Papers include the shipping, business, and personal papers of Benjamin Crowninshield, his son Benjamin, Jr., and a series of other descendants of Jacob and Hannah Crowninshield. The bulk of the collection is made up of the writings of Benjamin Crowninshield, Jr, along with material related to the naval careers of Jacob Crowninshield (1799-1849) and his son, William Wallach Crowninshield (1823-1874).
Bowker Family Papers, 1830-1925
The Bowker Family papers largely focuses on two generations of the Bowker family—Joel Bowker (1775-1858) and his three sons, Daniel Rogers (born 1820), George (1824-1903), and Charles (1826/7-1913) Bowker—their businesses, and their estates.
Brown Family of Hamilton, Mass. Papers, 1729-1902
The Brown Family of Hamilton, Mass. Papers contains materials created by various Brown family members as well as Dodge family members and includes records for the town of Hamilton.
Chever Family Papers, 1816-1859
The Chever family papers contain shipping records for ship owner and master James W. Chever (1791-1857), and his sons, ship masters Henry Prince and William James Chever.
Clarissa Crowninshield Papers, 1818-1908
The bulk of the collection consists of Clarissa (also called Clara) Crowninshield's personal papers, which include personal and business correspondence, receipts and accounts, legal and estate papers and stock certificates.
Clifford Crowninshield Papers, 1750-1811
The Clifford Crowninshield (1762-1809) papers are comprised of the business and personal papers of Salem merchant and ship master, Clifford Crowninshield, and his family from 1692-1861.