Saint Louis (Mo.) -- History
Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten and signed agreement, dated 1 Sept. 1817, and registered in St. Louis, Missouri. Labbadie stated he will transfer title of four lots in St. Louis, Missouri, to Obadiah Osborn when $1,000 was paid to him. Osborn had three years to make the payment. In the meantime, the debt would accrue 8% interest per year.
Handwritten and signed agreement, dated 25 June 1816, and regisered in St. Louis, Missouri. Recotor agrees to sell Thomas H. Benton land for $1,900. Benton was a St. Louis writer who later served as a U.S. Senator.
Handwritten and signed agreement, dated 23 Feb. 1801, and registered in St. Louis, Missouri. Delassus and Auguste Chouteau agree to make sure that the children of Gabriel S. Cerre receive his property in the event of their father's death.
Handwritten agreement in French, dated 30 April 1808, and recorded in the Saint Charles Parish of Louisiana. Bissonette agrees to sell Louis Tayon land in Saint Louis. This area may have been in Missouri. The item was signed and verified by Guy Duquette. Bissonette signed the item with a mark.
Handwritten and signed agreement stating that Christopher Carpenter will purchase land from James Richardson. The item is dated December 28, 1804 and the place is given as "Seline." This location has not been identified. It may have been in Missouri, perhaps near St. Louis.
Handwritten and signed agreement stating that Christopher Carpenter will deed land to Gabriel Cerre. The item is in Spanish, dated November 1803, and registered in St. Louis, Missouri.
Handwritten and signed legal notice stating that the accounts of Anthony Reilhe, lately deceased, have been settled. Also the issue of the marriage contracts with Stella Camp have been addressed. The item is dated 16 Jan. 1808 and was signed by Stella M. Harvey, John Harvey, Margaret McNair, and Alexander McNair.
Handwritten settlement stating that the estate of Anthony Reilhe and Pelagie Labbadie had been settled. The item was dated 20 March 1816 and signed by Bernard Pratte, Marie A. Labbadie, A. Chouteau, and others.Resident of St. Louis, Missouri.