Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Alvin Foord certificate
A certificate from the Dartmouth Medical Society stating that Alvin Foord was elected as an Acting Member. Dated 14 Dec 1820 and signed by the President, Josiah Skinner and Corr. Secretary Israel Herrick.
Hall family collection
The papers of Norman Hall (1805-1852) a son William J. Hall (1839-1912) and a granddaughter Florence Hall Perkins and her husband Willis O. Perkins, residents of Milton, a part of Litchfield, consisting of deeds and an estate inventory. The papers of William also contain a certificate of exemption from service during the Civil War and related documents. To see a partial inventory of the papers, click "Show Digital Content Links" at left and then "Hall Family Collection inventory."
Solomon Linsley, Jr. certificate
Ceritficate that the 4th Class of the Town of Litchfield have procured Solomon Linsley, Jr. to serve in the Continental Army in Col. Heman Swift's Regiment for three years; approved by Col. Bezaleel Beebe and addressed to Elihu Harrison, foreman of the 4th class. Certified by James Morris, Captain of the 2d Regiment Connecticut
Garry H. Minor papers
Charles Nettleton commissioner of deeds appointments
Appointments by governors of Charles Nettleton to serve as commissioner of deeds in various states, 1858-1873.
Currently stored in oversize box 6.
Plumb family papers
The Plumb family papers (2006-03-0, 1.13 linear feet) consists primarily of personal papers relating to Frederick B. Plumb, Jr. (1913-2002) and his wife Marian Newton Plumb (1917-2003). Also included are items related to Frederick B. Plumb, Sr. (b.1878) and his wife Rena Plumb (1882-1975). The papers consist of tax receipts, account books, blueprints, and several certificates of achievement. Many items are related to The Grange and other agricultural groups.
Sherman Potter certificate
The school visitors of Plymouth (Conn. ) - Gideon Woodruff, Isaiah Doolittle, and Apolles Warner - certify that Mr. Sherman Potter is a gentleman and qualified to instruct in a District school. Dated Plymouth (Conn.) Jan 1, 1813.
Moses Seymour, Jr. appointment
Gideon Granger, Postmaster General of the United States, appointment of Moses Seymour, Jr. as Deputy Postmaster at Litchfield.
St. Paul's Lodge No. 11, Grand Lodge of Connecticut, A. M. & F. M. records
Grant Wickwire papers
Deeds, promissory notes, and a certificate indicating service in the American Revolution relating to Litchfield, Conn., resident Grant Wickwire (1760-1848).
Grant Wickwire was born in Colchester, Conn. He settled in Litchfield County in 1788. He served in the American Revolution and received a pension. In 1791, he married Sarah Throop (1776-1821), the daughter of William Throop and Eunice Stilson. Grant Wickwire and Sarah Throop Wickwire had thirteen children.