J.P. & S. Lord
- Usage: 1808 - 1822
J.P. & S. Lord was a counting house in Portsmouth, New Hampshire in th early 19th century run by the brothers John P. and Samuel Lord. The Lords owned sailing vessels and sponsored transatlantic merchant voyages. Future governor of New Hampshire, Ichabod Goodwin, began working with J.P. & S. Lord at the age of 14, where he was trained to be a mariner and eventually promoted to sea captain. The business of J.P. & S. Lord failed in 1822.
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The Ichabod Goodwin additional business papers, spanning the years 1815 to 1862, document the early career of a Portsmouth, New Hampshire ships captain, merchant, and financier.