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Hubbell family papers

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Mills and Mansfield Retailers License

Mills and Mansfield Retailers License

Mills and Mansfield Retailers License

Mills and Mansfield Writ

Scovell, Capt. Bill of Sale

Hubbell, Abijah, Jr. and Hubbell, Ephraim

Hubbell, Abijah, Jr. and Hubbell, Ephraim Receipt

Hubbell, Abijah, Jr. and Hubbell, Ephraim Receipt

Hubbell, Abijah, Jr. and Hubbell, Ephraim Receipt



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Hubbell family papers, circa 1805-1823 | Litchfield Historical Society

By Lee S. Cook

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Title: Hubbell family papers, circa 1805-1823Add to your cart.

ID: 00/2009-135-0

Extent: 1.0 Folders

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Papers of the retail firm of Mills & Mansfield of Kent, Conn. The partnership consisted of Bradley Mills and his son-in-law William Penderson Mansfield (1774-1855). School Fund bonds relating to Abijah Hubbell, Jr. and Ephraim Hubbell of Kent.

Administrative Information

Repository: Litchfield Historical Society

Access Restrictions: This collection is open for research.

Acquisition Source: Unknown.

Acquisition Method: Found in collection.

Original/Copies Note: For more information please see http://www.litchfieldhistoricalsociety.org.

Preferred Citation: Hubbell family papers (2009-135-0), Litchfield Historical Society, Helga J. Ingraham Memorial Library, 7 South Street, P.O. Box 385, Litchfield, Connecticut 06759.

Other Note: This collection was processed with support from the Council on  Library and Information Resources (CLIR).


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[Item 1: Mills and Mansfield Retailers License, 1814 Jan 5],
[Item 2: Mills and Mansfield Retailers License, 1815 Jan 25],
[Item 3: Mills and Mansfield Retailers License, 1817 Jan 31],
[Item 4: Mills and Mansfield Writ, 1819 Sep 16],
[Item 5: Scovell, Capt. Bill of Sale, circa 1805],
[Item 6: Hubbell, Abijah, Jr. and Hubbell, Ephraim, 1819 Apr 17],
[Item 7: Hubbell, Abijah, Jr. and Hubbell, Ephraim Receipt, 1822 May 11],
[Item 8: Hubbell, Abijah, Jr. and Hubbell, Ephraim Receipt, 1823 May 26],
[Item 9: Hubbell, Abijah, Jr. and Hubbell, Ephraim Receipt, 1823 May 9],
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Item 1: Mills and Mansfield Retailers License, 1814 Jan 5Add to your cart.
Retailers license from Seth P. Beers, collector of Revenue for the 1st District of Connecticut, issued to Mills & Mansfield of the town of Kent, Litchfield County, Conn. The license is licensed to sell retail merchandise including wines and spirits for the year 1814.
Item 2: Mills and Mansfield Retailers License, 1815 Jan 25Add to your cart.
Retailers license from Seth P. Beers, collector of Revenue for the 1st District of Connecticut, issued to Mills & Mansfield of the town of Kent, Litchfield County, Conn. The license is licensed to sell retail merchandise including wines and spirits for the year 1815.
Item 3: Mills and Mansfield Retailers License, 1817 Jan 31Add to your cart.
Retailers license from Seth P. Beers, collector of Revenue for the 1st District of Connecticut, issued to Mills & Mansfield of the town of Kent, Litchfield County, Conn. The license is licensed to sell retail merchandise including wines and spirits for the year 1817.
Item 4: Mills and Mansfield Writ, 1819 Sep 16Add to your cart.
Nathaniel Perry, Justice of the Peace commands the sheriff of Litchfield County or constables of the town of Kent to attach the goods of Jacob Martin and to answer to Bradley Mills and William Mansfield of the company of Mills and Mansfield for the defendant's promissory note.
Item 5: Scovell, Capt. Bill of Sale, circa 1805Add to your cart.
Prince & Docker, Liverpool, Bill of Sale to Capt. Scovell for lace, cloaks, and ribbon. The firm of Prince & Docker were wholesale & retail linen drapers, haberdashers, hosiers, and importers of Irish linens.
Item 6: Hubbell, Abijah, Jr. and Hubbell, Ephraim, 1819 Apr 17Add to your cart.
Abijah Hubbell, Jr. and Ephraim Hubbell both of Kent, Conn. are bound to pay $1200 to the State of Connecticut School Fund. Six hundred dollars with six per cent annual interest is due 1 Sep 1817. Witnessed by Willliam Binn and Nathaniel P Perry. Written on the back  "Interest paid to Sept. 2, 1820".
Item 7: Hubbell, Abijah, Jr. and Hubbell, Ephraim Receipt, 1822 May 11Add to your cart.
Receipt to Abijah and Ephraim Hubbell from Isaac Spencer, Treasurer in Hartford for $200 paid on the principal of the bond belonging to the School Fund of Connecticut.
Item 8: Hubbell, Abijah, Jr. and Hubbell, Ephraim Receipt, 1823 May 26Add to your cart.
Receipt to Abijah and Ephraim Hubbell from Isaac Spencer, Treasurer in Hartford for $8.40 as interest on the bond belonging to the School Fund of Connecticut.
Item 9: Hubbell, Abijah, Jr. and Hubbell, Ephraim Receipt, 1823 May 9Add to your cart.
Bond & mortgage release for two pieces of land in Kent to Abijah and Ephraim Hubbell from Isaac Spencer, Treasurer of the State of Conn. Said mortgage dated 11 April 1817.


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