Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Armstrong family papers
Abraham Bradley account
A fragment of a page of an account apparently by Abraham Bradley, Society treasurer. Signed by Oliver Wolcott and Lynde Lord, Society Committee in Litchfield in [missing] 1773, and in Jan 1777 by Reuben Smith and Edward Phelps, Committee & Abraham Bradley, treasurer.There are expenses for Rate Bill collection by Thomas Catlin, abatements, and receipt for [Rev. Judah] Champion's salary.
Grant family papers
Elihu Harrison papers
Erastus Lyman papers
Mansion House statement
Statement from the Mansion House to the Town of Litchfield.
Harley Morse probate account
The Harley Morse probate account (2011-40-0) is a handwritten record of the cash estate of Harley Morse after his death on December 21, 1870. The notebook contains entries beginning January 3, 1771 noting the monetary activities of the estate at the First National Bank in Litchfield. Also in the notebook are several receipts concerning the funeral and burial of Harley Morse, as well as other items relating to his estate.
Olive Branch Lodge, No. 61 (Goshen, Conn.) records
Records, including minutes, accounts, and members, of the Lodge in Goshen (Conn.). The mother lodge was St. Paul's Lodge in Litchfield. Also a brief history of the Lodge by James R. Case.
Doctor Joseph Parker account
Dr. Joseph Parker's account for visits, advice, and treatment of Samuel Barnard and family. Dr. Barnard and the Barnards lived in the South Farms section of Litchfield.
William R. Phillips expense report
Undated (possibly late 1800s) listing of expenses by William R. Phillips, deputy sheriff.