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Farms-Financial Reports-(1833-42) [99 L1-4]. Edit

Summary

Component Unique Identifier
39892
Level of Description
File

Dates

  • 01/01/1833-12/31/1842 (Creation)

Notes

  • Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

    FARMS-FINANCIAL REPORTS-(1833-42): Manuscript

    MCELROY, (SJ) JOHN: Manuscript

    MCSHERRY, (SJ) WILLIAM: Manuscript

    ST. THOMAS MANOR-FINANCIAL REPORT-(1833): Manuscript

    HAVERMANS, (SJ) PETER-(1841): Manuscript

    NEGROES [SLAVES]-ST. THOMAS MANOR-(1833): Manuscript

    BALLY, (SJ) AUGUSTINE: Manuscript

    NEWTOWN-FINANCIAL REPORT-(1833/1837): Manuscript

    CEDAR POINT NECK: Manuscript

    ST. INIGOES MANOR-NOTES:PRESENT STATE OF-(1841): Manuscript

    DUVAL, BARTON: Manuscript

    WHITE MARSH-NOTES ON PRESENT STATES OF-(1842): Manuscript

    WOODLEY, (SJ) ROBERT-CORRESP.-(1842): Manuscript

    GOSHENHOPPEN-FINANCIAL REPORT-(1841): Manuscript

    ST. GEORGE'S ISLAND: Manuscript

    ST. INIGOES-FINANCIAL REPORT-(1833-37): Manuscript

    CONEWAGO-FINANCIAL REPORT-(1841): Manuscript

    ST. THOMAS MANOR-NOTES ON PRESENT STATE OF-(1842): Manuscript

    NEWTOWN-PAPERS BELONGING TO ESTATE-(1842): Manuscript

    NEGROES [SLAVES]-NEWTOWN-SALE ESTIMATES-(C. 1839): Manuscript

    SLAVES-ST. THOMAS MANOR-(1833): Manuscript

    SLAVES-NEWTOWN-SALE ESTIMATES-(C. 1839): Manuscript

  • Shelf Location

    VAULT

  • Container Summary

    This folder [99 L1-4] consists of financial reports pertaining to the various farms (1833-1842); Items include a St. Thomas Manor report (1833) of income, expenses, servants [slaves] by William McSherry, S.J.; Report of Income, Etc. at Newtown (1833/1837) by Fr. McSherry; Report on St. Inigoes (1833-37); Report of Goshenhoppen (1841); Report of Newtown (1841); Report of St. Inigoes (1841); Report of Conewago (1841); Notes on the Present State of the farms at St. Inigoes Manor (1841), St. Thomas Manor (1842) and White Marsh (1842) by John McElroy, S.J.; Memorandum (1842) for Fr. McElroy as requested by letter of May 2, 1842; Papers belonging to Newtown Estate for future reference (1842); Letter (May 20, 1842) from Robert Woodley, S.J., to Fr. McElroy.

Instances

  • Type
    Mixed Materials
    Container 1 Type
    Box
    Container 1 Indicator
    26
    Container 2 Type
    Folder
    Container 2 Indicator
    3

Components