Connecticut Land Company
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Judson Canfield papers
Scope and Contents The papers of Judson Canfield (1759-1840), consisting primarily of legal documents, including agreements, deeds, executions, receipts, statements, and correspondence and include a small collection of correspondence and writings relating to Walter Ferriss, whose daughter married Canfield's son. The papers are arranged in two series. Series 1, Judson Canfield papers, primarily consists of documents related to Canfield's law practice. Most involve matters in and around Sharon, Conn., but there...
Dates: Created: 1760-1856; Other: Date acquired: 05/10/1987
Collection — Box: 1
Scope and Contents The Notes and Proceedings of the Connecticut Land Company (1953-29-0) is a leather bound book containing notes and proceedings from meetings of the Connecticut Land Company. The Connecticut Land Company was an association created to promote settlement of the Connecticut Western Reserve; land in modern day North-Eastern Ohio. It is the first of two books, but the second book is not the Litchfield Historical Society archives. The book opens with a table of contents but the originality of the...
Dates: Created: 1795-1809; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1953
Samuel Flewwelling papers
Scope and Contents The papers of New York City banker and businessman Samuel Flewwelling (1774 or 5-1849) primarily relating to property held by his wife, Julia Elvira Canfield Flewwelling (1791-1868), and him in the Western Reserve, later Ohio. Following Samuel's death, the properties were managed by William Mackay (1795-1873), a New York City businessman and the husband of Caroline Emma Canfield Mackay. The collections includes indentures, agreements, leases, deeds, statements and accounts, and...
Dates: Created: 1799-1868; Other: Date acquired: 01/03/2010