Lease, 1871 Jan. 12


Cowper, Basil. Lease, 1871 Jan. 12

Lease, 1871 Jan. 12

Lease for one year by Cowper to William Thomson of Savannah, Ga., of the plantation "The Grange," as well as a tract of land on Onslow Island. Witnessed by William Telfair and James Robertson. The ownership of the tracts leased and the surrounding land is traced in the document; other names mentioned include Thomas Palmer, William Francis, Peter Sliterman, James Port, Joseph Gibbons, Edward Telfair, Isaac Young, Alexander Wylly, and Charles Oddingsell. Items were originally folded and sealed. The seals were broken in order to undertake preservation treatment to repair tears in the document.

2 items (0.10 lin. ft.)

Related Entities

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Robertson, James K. (person)

Young, Isaac (person)

Isaac Young was a butcher in Irvington, New Jersey in 1807. From the description of Isaac Young daybook, 1807. (New Jersey Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 53922313 Epithet: Chief Sanitary Inspector Battersea British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000574.0x000322 ...

Palmer, Thomas (person)

Thomas Palmer, surveyor, was of Balston Spa, New York. From the description of Survey map of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, 1767. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122459038 This collection was donated by Doctor thomas W. Palmer of Montevallo, Alabama, August 20, 1907. From the description of Alabama Girls Industrial School [photograph]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122562681 Thomas Palmer, a physician who lived most of his life in Ply...

Gibbons, Joseph (person)

Wylly, Alexander. (person)

Port, James. (person)

Sliterman, Peter. (person)

Thomson, William O. (William Orville) (person)

Oddingsell, Charles. (person)

Cowper, Basil. (person)

Resident of Savannah (Chatham Co.), Ga. From the description of Lease, 1871 Jan. 12 (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 61178647 ...

Francis, William W., 1952- (person)

Telfair, William. (person)

Telfair, Edward, approximately 1735-1807 (person)

Edward Telfair was a merchant, member of the Continental Congress, and Governor of Georgia. He served three terms as Governor of Georgia and was the first governor to serve under the Georgia Constitution of 1789. From the guide to the Edward Telfair Papers, 1762-1831 (bulk 1771-1807), (David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University) Edward Telfair (1737-1807) was born near Kirkudbright, Scotland, where he was educated in the public school system. He ...