Taxation -- Connecticut -- Litchfield
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents A printed receipt made out to Capt. Salmon Buell of Litchfield, Litchfield County, Connecticut to certify that he paid a duty of two dollars for a 4 wheel carriage called a wagon for the year 1815. Signed by Seth P. Beers, Collector of the Revenue for the first Collection District of Connecticut on Jan. 31, 1815.
Dates: Created: 1815 Jan 31
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents 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.
Dates: Created: 1765 Feb 18; Other: Date acquired: 12/03/1860
Scope and Contents 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.
Dates: Created: 1906-1982; Other: Date acquired: 11/30/2005
Scope and Contents The papers of Samuel Wright (1789-1875) of Litchfield, Conn., including correspondence, deeds, financial records, legal documents, records related to the militia, and tax collection documents. Samuel Wright was the son of Jonathan Wright (1745/46-1836) and his third wife, Thankful Landon (1757?-1831), who was the widow of Benjamin Gibbs. Jonathan's first wife was Leah Bissell (1747?-1782). Many of the deeds in the papers relate to land transactions involving his wives' families. Samuel Wright...
Dates: Created: 1767-1877; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1953