Saint Louis (Mo.) -- History
Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:
Obadiah Osborn certificate
Handwritten and signed certificate, dated 3 April 1819, and registered in St. Louis, Missouri. The item certifies that the payment for mill property had been given my Sylvestre Labbadie to John Milton Cotrell.
Theodore Hunt certificate of sale
Handwritten and signed certificate of sale, dated 31 July 1818, and registered in St. Louis, Missouri. The item certifies that land in New Madrid County, Missouri, had been sold to Taylor Berry.
Choteau family legal documents
Handwritten and signed legal documents involving the Choteau family. Included are summonses, financial notes, deeds, certificates, indentures, and writs all written at St. Louis, Mo. Several of the items are French translations of the original English documents. Members of the Choteau family mentioned in the items are Auguste, Pierre, Henry, and Gabriel S.
Auguste Chouteau legal documents
Handwritten and siged legal documents dated 11 and 30 June 1810. The materials include two summonses in cases by the city of St. Louis against Francis Waddell and John Reed for selling goods in the city without the payment of taxes. Also included is a statement of indebtedness.
Jacques Clamorgan accounts
Handwritten accounts listing many of Clamorgan's financial transactions (3 items).
Jacques Clamorgan legal papers
Eight handwritten and signed legal documents. Included are complaints, judgments, summonses, bonds, declarations, and financial notes from various court cases in which Clamorgan was involved. Most of these cases involved disputes over land ownership and payments of money.
Rene Auguste Chouteau and Edward Hempstead complaint against Jean Louis Boismier
Handwritten complaint signed by August Chouteau and E. Hempstead. The item was lodged against Jean Louis Boismier and was dated 19 Aug. 1811. Boismier was to be confined on an island in the Mississippi River until he could be sentenced.
Isaac Dunford account book
Handwritten account book kept from 1859 to 1861 while Dunford was living in St. Louis. Also included is an account book for the years 1866 to 1877 relating to Dunford's weaving business in Bloomington.
Theodore Hunt deed
Handwritten and signed deed, dated 12 Aug. 1816, registered in St. Louis, Missouri, and stating that land in New Marid County, Missouri, belongs to Taylor Berry.
Handwritten and signed indenture dated 14 June 1817. Lisa and Michel Lacroix make a contract with Louis Taylor involving a sum of $452. The item is believed to have been created in Saint Louis, Missouri.