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Memorandum to accompany "Folio on [?] property in the W. Indies"..
Original digital object name: bei-m526a-a, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Messrs. Douglas and Young to Messrs. Neave and Willett } Lease for a year. (docket title)
"Sold by Thos. Witherby Stationer. Birchin Lane. Where Deeds and all other Writings are carefully Ingross'd and Copied." engr. in initial.Alexander Douglas of St. Kitts and David Young of Grenada sell Calderham, in the Rockley Bay division of Tobago, to Richard Neave and John Willett; signed "Alexr. Douglas" "David Young by Alexr. Douglas his attorney" with slave schedule of 63 names., Original digital object name: bei-m211a, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Messrs. Douglas and Young to Messrs. Neave and Willett } Mortgage of a plantation at Tobago for securing the repaymt. of £1600 and Interest at £5--.-- per Cent and all other Monies to be advanced./-- (docket title)
"Sold by Thos. Witherby - Stationer. Birchin Lane. Where Deeds and all other Writings are carefully Ingrossed and Copied." engr. in initial.Alexander Douglas and David Young have sold Calderhall to Richard Neave and John Willett. Signed "Alex. Douglas" "David Young by Alex. Douglas his attorney" "Richd. Neave" "John Willett"with (verso of 2d sheet): "To all Men to whom... David Young and Alexander Douglas send Greeting Whereas... there appears due... further security for £6735.8.11... over and above the £1600... [granting] The following Negro and other Slaves..." dated 24 Feb. 1775, with schedule of 63 names. Signed "Alexr. Douglas" "Davd. Young" and witness "Geo: Bristow.", Original digital object name: bei-m211c, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Mortgage from Christopher Jeaffreson Esquire to Charles Pym Esquire of the Mannor of Wingfeild in the Island of Saint Christopher's./ (docket title).
First line: This Indenture made the ffive and twentieth Day of March in the Tenth Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second by the Grace of God of Great..., Signed "Chris"; remainder of signature cut out., Original digital object name: bei-m003kk, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Mr Chistopher Ieffreson Esqr. to Charles Pym Esqr. } A Further Mortgage for 800l. of a plantation pt. at St. Christophers (docket title).
First line: This Indenture made the Twenty Seventh day of September in the year of our Lord One thousand Seven..., Signed "Christ"; remaining signature cut out, Mr Chistopher Ieffreson Esqr. to Charles Pym Esqr. } A Further Mortgage for 800l. of a plantation pt. at St. Christophers -- (docket title). 27 Sept. 1738. Signed "Christ"; remaining signature cut out. Ms. on vellum, 1 sheet; affidavits, 2p. ms., tied; seal. Approx. 43.6 x 44.4 cm., folded. Chewed with loss of text. NCH MS Jeaff-9., Original digital object name: bei-m003mm, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Mr John Jeaffresons Assignemt of his estate and Interest to the Mannor of Wingfeild in the Island of St Christophers to Christopher Jeaffreson Esqr. (docket title).
First line: This Indenture made the Third day of Aprill in the fourth year of the raigne of our Soveraigne Lord Charles by the grace of God of England…, Signed "John Jeaffreson"John Jeaffreson at this time is living in Pettystrey, Suffolk., Original digital object name: bei-m003c, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States., Hough and Hough notes: "Inrolled in the close Rolles in Chancery the fifteenth day of July in the yeare of our Lord 1658 [sic] By Humfrey Haggard... Earle of Carlile & Jefferson & Johnson."Carlisle had been granted a royal patent on 2 July 1627, appointing him Lord Proprietor of the English Caribbee Islands. This grant for 1,000 acres in St. Kitts "now in the actual possession and occupation of the said John Jeaffreson, but late being parcel of certain gardens late belonging to the Indian Savages of the Island" was to Jeaffreson and Johnson, in reward for help in "keeping the Island against the Savages and others" and for "defeating, suppressing and conquering of the Natives and other Savage inhabitants of the Island... indeavouringe to have slayne and extirpated the said John and other his majesties subjects there then planted, dwelling and inhabiting."
Mr Neave Relative to the Renewal of ye lease of the St Christopher Estate on the part of Lord Romney April 14 1781 wth Mr Jeaffresons Ansr April 19 1781 (docket title).
Original digital object name: bei-m119g, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Mr Tyson to Ly Blake in ansr to some Queries made thro her by General Jeaffreson 18 Novr 1812 (docket title).
caption title "A Copy of a letter to Lady Blake from Mr John Tyson of St Kitts a person Brought up and Educated by Sr Patrick and Lady Blake in Ansr to some queries made by General Jeaffreson -- London Novr 18. 1813...", Original digital object name: bei-m119m02, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Mr. Burrell et al to Mr Jeaffreson } Covent. Bond 1697 Plantation Manor of Wingfield in ye Isld. of St. Christophers (docket title).
First line: Noverint universi per presentes nos Henrirum Burrell de insula st. Christophori..., Probably written from Dullingham, Original digital object name: bei-m003p
Mr. W. Johnson Junr. to Christopher Jeaffreson Esqr. } Attested Copy of Lease and Release of Plantatations in the West Indies.-- (docket title)
Original digital object name: bei-m119q, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Notes on the West Indies. F. D. [St. Christopher] 1822. Blank book...
Notes on the West Indies. F. D.Index (4 leaves); 84 numbered p. on the West Indies; pp. 84-173 on slavery., Original digital object name: bei-m507a, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
November 6, 1682. Invoice of goods shipped on board the Trew Love
First line: Invoyce of goods shipt on board the Trew Love, Probably written in Dullingham, England, This item was inserted into a ledger book for the Wingfield Estate owned by the Jeaffreson family, Original digital object name: bei-m003h-04
November 8, 1691. Copy of the act of the General Council and Assembly of the Leeward Islands founding commissioners and and agent for the said islands
First line: At a meeting of his Excellcy Christopher Codrington Esqr Captain.., This item was inserted into a ledger book for the Wingfield Estate owned by the Jeaffreson family., Original digital object name: bei-m003h-21
Novr 25 1821 To Messrs Hill, Grayham and Davidson.-- Writers, Glasgow Instructions to Proceed against Messrs Dennistoun (docket title).
Original digital object name: bei-m119v08, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Novr. 12. 1713 Damage done by Major Gilliard partner to Mr Burrell - New lease to be granted to Col. Lambert. an Inventory of Slaves and what was Standing and growing and the Estate - (docket title).
First line: Give me leave to ade to the the other troubles I have given..., Written From Dullingham, England, "Dullingham Nov:ber 12:th 1713 Sr Give me leave to ade to the the other troubles I have given you this assce of my thanks for your appearance on my behalf upon my Plantation on ye 30th of July last to see an Inventory made... Sr you knew Henry Garbrants who when our Island was lost in the Year 1666 livd under the French and as other foraighners did acquired a sham Title to a part of my Plantation... Your obliged humble servant" (no name at end)., Original digital object name: bei-m003dd
October 12, 1819. Sales of 20 Hhds Sugar per Brittania; Thomas Sharpe @ St. Kitts on account of Major Genl Jeaffreson
First line: Sales of 20 hhds sugar per Britannia Sharpe @ St Kitts on account of Major Genl Jeaffreson, This item was inserted into a ledger book for the Wingfield Estate owned by the Jeaffreson family, Original digital object name: bei-m003h-12
Old Accounts of the Manor of Wingfield on the Island of St. Christophers (ms. cover title).
First line: Old Accounts of the Manor of Wingfield on the Island of St. Christopher [Cover Title], Probably written in Dullingham, England, Original digital object name: bei-m003h, Hough and Hough notes: Old Accounts of the Manor of Wingfield on the Island of St. Christophers (ms. cover title). Codex account book bound in vellum, marbled endpapers. Some dampstain. 1 leaf, leaves [1-7] excised, 8-58, [6], 7 blank, [1], 1-9, [1] leaves with ms., 82 blank leaves. Interleavings include receipts; calculations; building plans; "a Copy of Sr. Wm. Stapletons Grant of 1685 the use of the Old Road River with permission to build Mills & Indego works & & &" (1p. ms.); "1685 Resceived of Capt. Athy this Book on ye 12th of November 1685 By me Christopher Jeaffreson" "This Schedule and Award Made on the 27 of August 1685 between Capt. Chrisr Ieaffreson and Ensign Edwd Thome" (ms., 20p., 30.2 cm.); Inventory of Wingfields 29 July 1685 by Lt. Zachariah Rice Lt Francis Kerie (docket title); "Copy of the Act of the Genll. Council & Assembly of the Leeward Jslands touching Comrs. & an Agent for the said Jslands./ for Capt Jeffreyson" (docket title (ms., 4p., 29.2 cm.; St. Johns, Antigua, 8 Nov. 1690); "...An Act for appointing Cõmrs. and an Agent to Negotiate and Mannage the Affaires of the Leeward Jslands as also for setting a Fund for the defraying the Expence & Charge of such Negotiation & procureing of divers necessaries for the Use and benefit of said Jslands..."
Patrick Burke and Elizabeth his Wife to Thomas Cottle and Samuel Esdaile Esqrs. } Lease for a Year. (docket title)
Patrick and Elizabeth Burke of St. Kitts have sold Thomas Cottle and Samuel Esdaile of St. Kitts the late Charles Rowland's plantation; signed "Pat Burke" and "Elizabeth. Burke.", Original digital object name: bei-m159, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.
Pickwoods draft accepted Feb 14 1821 made Payable at Goslings (docket title).
Original digital object name: bei-m119e08, This digital resource is provided by the Special Collections department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States.

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