Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:
Litchfield. Board of Selectmen. Writ
Information given by Litchfield Selectmen - David Welch, Bezaleel Beebe, Briant Stoddard - concerning the estate of Colborn Barrell, late of Boston, who joined with the British. On the back are expenses for the forfeiture of the estate dated Dec. 1779. Jedediah Strong's signature is under the names of the Selectmen.
Litchfield Country writs and promissory notes
Writs and Promissory Notes (1971-68-0) from 1800-1809, detailing outstanding debts between residents of Litchfield County. This collection was purchased by the donor's father at the Dwight C. Kilbourn auction, pre-1971.
Litchfield County. Sheriff. Judicial records
Miscellaneous records of the Litchfield County Sheriff.
Litchfield County writs
Litchfield County Writs (2012-43-0) date from 1762-1897. They were found in the collection with no accession numbers. There is no information regarding the relationship between these documents, but they do not appear to belong to any other collection. The majority of the writs pertain to collection of debts, although there is one writ pertaining to a divorce proceeding (from 1897).
Litchfield. Justice of the Peace. Writ
An order from Isaac Baldwin, Justice of Peace of Litchfield County, to Solomon Marsh, of Litchfield, collector of the ministers rate of Litchfield, to collect the minister's rate due to Rev. Judah Champion. Any person refusing to pay is to be taken to the County jail.
New Haven County Writ
A Writ from New Haven County, town of Waterbury (2012-41-0), dated 3 December 1832, between William Bissell and Emulous Johnson regarding $100.
Writ, Rev. Solomon Palmer vs. Ethan Allen
This Writ (CA1890-68-0), dated May 8, 1765, between Rev. Solomon Palmer and Ethan Allen regarding a debt that Allen owed Palmer. The writ, written by clerk Isaac Baldwin, orders the Sheriff to go to Allen's Salisbury, Connecticut residence and seize money and property for the sum owed to Palmer or arrest Allen and bring him to the Litchfield Gaol. A note on the back indicates that the Sheriff was unable to find Allen.
William Perkins writ
Asa Bacon, Jr., Justice of the Peace of Litchfield County (Conn.) instructs the Sheriff of New Haven County to attach the goods of William Perkins of Waterbury and have him appear before Asa Bacon, Jr. to answer a claim by Hepseba Youngs of Litchfield. Perkins possesses some rye belonging to the plaintiff and refuses to deliver it to her.