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1756? Abstract of ye Title of Chrisr. Jeaffreson Esqr to a Plantation called Wingfield Manor in ye Parish of St. Thomas in the Island of St. Christophers (docket title).
1790. 6 Nov. Richard and Thomas Neave to Christopher Jeaffreson...
1821. 31 Aug. "August 1821. Lieut. General Jeaffreson..."
A Note of Indemnity to Jas Wildman for Paying Pickwoods draft and a note of thanks for doing ye same April 11. 1819 (docket title).
Case, As to General Jeaffreson's Claim to certain Slaves on Lord Romney's Estates at St Kitts West Indies. For the Opinion of Mr Garratt 2 Ques. 17th Decr./23-- Fair Copy Opinion made and sent to Mr S. Stephen-- W. G. Forbes Ely Place 17th Decr 1823 (dock
Copy of A Lease to Mr Burrell 1697 for 15 years. with an Account of the Slaves and buildings Then On the Estate-- The Names of the Slaves Specified-- This Lease Terminated 1712 (docket title). ...
DH Decr 3 1813 My dr Sr Patrick Accept my best thanks for...
Mortgage from Christopher Jeaffreson Esquire to Charles Pym Esquire of the Mannor of Wingfeild in the Island of Saint Christopher's./ (docket title).
Old Accounts of the Manor of Wingfield on the Island of St. Christophers (ms. cover title).
Schedule and award made the 27 of August 1685 between Captain Christopher Jeaffreson and Ensign Edward Thorne
Sr Wm Stapletons Grant of Wingfield Manor Plantation -- with the Original Grant of the use of the Water in the Old Road River for the benefit of the Wingfield Manor Estate to build Mills and Indego Works and ...(docket title).
St Christophers business to Revd Josh. Hall March 24 and 25 1819 in consequence of dispatches Received from Messrs. Pickwood and Tyson-- the former having taken possession-- from Ld R the latter having hired it conditionally (docket title).
The State of the Case Presented by The Revd. Christopher Jeaffreson at Dullingham House May 21. 1824 (docket title).
[1716] A Lease from Christopher Jeffreson Esqr. to Major General Lambeth of the plantation or Mannor of Wingfield in St Christophers for Twelve Yeares at 200l p [annum] to [expire] at Lady Day 1728. (docket title).