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Will of E. S. Dixwell and correspondence, 1893-1899., 1893-1899. Digital

Item Identifier: HOLLIS13131972, 5-12
Scope and Contents: The Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. Addenda spans the years 1818 to 1978 with the bulk of the materials falling between 1881 and 1940. The collection includes personal correspondence, biographical materials about Holmes and his family, including his wife’s family the Dixwells, some judicial materials from both the U. S. Supreme Court and the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, and photocopies and reprints of items to and about Holmes.

Will of Elisha Parmele, July 7, 1784 Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 12Identifier: HUM 16
Scope and Contents: This series contains two documents: Parmele's will, written just before his departure for Virginia in 1784, and a legal agreement of his heirs, signed in the year following his death.

Will of Frances (Alofsen) Titterton, 1910. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 411, 272.
Scope and Contents: Series II, Children of Samuel and Hannah (Lane) Blackwell, 1833-1981 (#16-640), contains correspondence between the siblings and their parents, writings, financial papers, diaries, and biographical material about the Blackwell siblings and their spouses. There are also correspondence and papers of English cousins: Kenyon Blackwell and Marie Blackwell, later Mme. Droussart, and Samuel H. Blackwell, and correspondence and papers of relatives of Emma Stone (Lawrence) Blackwell. The series is...

Will of Henry Dunster, 1658 February 18 (eighteenth-century manuscript copy) Digital

document — Box: 2, Folder: 25Identifier: UAI 15.850
Scope of the Papers of Henry Dunster and the Dunster and Glover families: Most of the papers of Henry Dunster and the Dunster and Glover families record business transactions and other affairs of the Dunster and Glover families. Many items in the collection, including estate inventories, lists of books printed, income and expense reports, and lists of household property, were introduced as evidence in the various lawsuits relating to Henry Dunster's administration of Elizabeth Glover Dunster's estate. The documents included in the Dunster-Glover lawsuits insight into...

Will of Henry Dunster, 1658 February 18, proved 1659 April 29 (manuscript copy) Digital

document — Box: 2, Folder: 24Identifier: UAI 15.850
Scope of the Papers of Henry Dunster and the Dunster and Glover families: Most of the papers of Henry Dunster and the Dunster and Glover families record business transactions and other affairs of the Dunster and Glover families. Many items in the collection, including estate inventories, lists of books printed, income and expense reports, and lists of household property, were introduced as evidence in the various lawsuits relating to Henry Dunster's administration of Elizabeth Glover Dunster's estate. The documents included in the Dunster-Glover lawsuits insight into...

Will of Henry Dunster, [1748 October 8] Digital

document — Box: 3, Folder: 14Identifier: UAI 15.850
Scope of the Papers of Henry Dunster and the Dunster and Glover families: Most of the papers of Henry Dunster and the Dunster and Glover families record business transactions and other affairs of the Dunster and Glover families. Many items in the collection, including estate inventories, lists of books printed, income and expense reports, and lists of household property, were introduced as evidence in the various lawsuits relating to Henry Dunster's administration of Elizabeth Glover Dunster's estate. The documents included in the Dunster-Glover lawsuits insight into...

Will of Isaac Royal, 1778 May 26 Digital

Item — Box: 2, Folder: 23Identifier: UAI 5.110, UAI 5.110, Volume 2, Item 76
Scope and Contents: Copy of the will and codicil of Isaac Royall, dated May 26, 1778, which bequeathed 200 acres of land to Harvard College for the creation of a Royall Professorship of Law. Includes certificate of the Archbishop of Canterbury to register the will and qualify Royall's son-in-law, William Pepperell, as an executor.

Will of Judah Baker, 178? Digital

Item — Box: 2, Folder: 2Identifier: HUM 133
Scope and content: Will of Judah Baker (1705-1794) lists bequests to wife Marcy [Mercy]; sons Timothy, Barnabas, and Judah Baker; daughters Deborah Chase, Elizabeth Burgess, [Mary] Chase, and Tamsy Burgess; grandson Zepheniah Baker and granddaughter Rebecah Baker.

The document most likely dates before 1788, the date when Rebecah Baker married.

Will of Judah Baker, September 24, 1790 Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 15Identifier: HUM 133
Scope and content: Will of Judah Baker (1705-1794) lists bequests to sons Timothy, Barnabas, and Judah Baker; daughters Deborah Chase, Elizabeth Burgess, Mary Chase, and Tamsey Burgess; and granddaughter Rebecah Swain.