Records concerning transfer of shares of stock, 1791-1828.

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Potomac Company. Records concerning transfer of shares of stock, 1791-1828.

Records concerning transfer of shares of stock, 1791-1828.

These volumes are labeled "Deed Records" and contain handwritten copies of indentures and other legal documents prepared in order to transfer title to shares of stocks, usually by sale or inheritance. A few documents are dated 1832. Original documents concerning transfers of stocks are among those described in the series titled "Legal Records" (DCNV89-A42).

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