Jarvis, Leonard 1742-1813
Most widely held works about Leonard Jarvis
Most widely held works by Leonard Jarvis
Papers, 1777-1864 by Jarvis family ( )
in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Chiefly correspondence and other papers of Leonard Jarvis (1781-1854), Jacksonian Democrat, member of Maine Constitutional Convention, county sheriff, and U.S. representative (1831-1837), relating to state and national politics, the Northeast boundary, South Carolina, Maine mail contracts, the tariff, estate settlement, and other topics; and papers of his father, Leonard (1742-1813), merchant, of Boston, Mass., who later moved to Maine, including information pertaining to debts incurred during his service as deputy continental agent during the American Revolution and the efforts of his heirs to secure repayment by the U.S. government; correspondence of brother, Edward Scott Jarvis (1790-1868), reflecting his experiences as a forty-niner during the gold rush and daily life in California afterwards; and papers of another brother, Charles (1788-1865) and a cousin, William (1770-1859) Jervis, diplomat and merchant, of Boston, Mass., and Windsor, Vt., chiefly concerning family matters. Includes survey records and plans (1787, 1826); deeds (1784-1852), chiefly to properties in the Ellsworth area; and soldiers' claims (1791-1792). Correspondents include William Pitt Preble, Reuel Williams, and other Maine political leaders.
Leonard Jarvis deed to Elijah Levens, 1805 Sept. 19 by Leonard Jarvis ( Book )
1 edition published in 1805 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Deed from Leonard Jarvis, of Castine, Me., to Elijah Levens, for land in an area called the Gore [probably also known as Surry Gore, now part of Ellsworth], in Hancock County, Me.
Washington County, Me., deed, 1788 Mar. 22 ( )
1 edition published in 1788 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Deed of lands in Washington County, now the towns of Jonesport, Jonesboro, and Rogue Bluffs: Samuel Phillips, Jr., and Leonard Jarvis to John Coffin Jones, Benjamin Cobb, John Lucas, Gustavus Fellowes, William Dall, Nathaniel Fellowes, Alexander Hodgdon, Cornelius Fellowes, William Marshall, Caleb Davis, and Nathaniel Curtis, all of Boston.
American Revolution (1775-1783) Boundaries California Canada Decedents' estates Gold mines and mining History Jackson, Andrew,--1767-1845 Jarvis, Leonard,--1742-1813 Maine Maine--Ellsworth Maine--Hancock County Maine--Jonesboro (Town) Maine--Jonesport (Town) Maine--Roque Bluffs (Town) Maine--Surry Maine--Washington County Massachusetts.--General Court.--Committee for the Sale of Eastern Lands Massachusetts--Boston Political science Postal service Preble, William P.--1783-1857 Public lands Public land sales Real property Records and correspondence Soldiers South Carolina Surveying Tariff United States United States--Northeast boundary of the United States Williams, Reuel,--1783-1862