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Georgia Superior Court, Eastern Judicial Circuit signatures, 1794-1832.

Author: Georgia. Superior Court.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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This collection consists of a document bearing the signatures of lawyers and their dates of admission to practice in the Federal Court, 1794-1832. It includes 88 signatures of Savannah lawyers. Included names are: John Glen, mayor, 1790; John Houston, mayor, 1790; W.E. Stephens, mayor and president of the board of wardens, 1790; Matt McAllister, mayor, 1790; Samuel Stirk, president of board of wardens, 1790; Jacob  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Signatures
Named Person: John MacPherson Berrien; William Bellinger Bulloch; Thomas U P Charlton; Thomas Flournoy; Richard Wylly Habersham; James Jackson; Samuel Stirk; Freeman Walker; George Walton; Richard Henry Wilde; Mossman Houstoun; Seaborn Jones; Ricahrd Leake; Matthew McAllister; James Morrison; John Young Noel; George Welshman Owens; Sheftall Sheftall; William Stephens; Robert Watkins; John MacPherson Berrien; William Bellinger Bulloch; Thomas U P Charlton; Thomas Flournoy; Richard Wylly Habersham; James Jackson; Samuel Stirk; Freeman Walker; George Walton; Richard Henry Wilde
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Georgia. Superior Court.
OCLC Number: 144570330
Language Note: Collection materials are in English.
Description: 1 folder (.05 cubic feet)

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This collection consists of a document bearing the signatures of lawyers and their dates of admission to practice in the Federal Court, 1794-1832. It includes 88 signatures of Savannah lawyers. Included names are: John Glen, mayor, 1790; John Houston, mayor, 1790; W.E. Stephens, mayor and president of the board of wardens, 1790; Matt McAllister, mayor, 1790; Samuel Stirk, president of board of wardens, 1790; Jacob Waldburger, 1790; John Y. Noel, mayor, 1790; Richard Dickinson, 1790; James Whitehead, 1790; James Jackson, governor and soldier, 1790; F. Cuyler, 1791; James Jones, 1791; Sea Jones, 1791; George Walker, 1791; Peter Carnes, 1791; Lawrence Sullivan, 1791; Joseph Gibbons, Jr., 1792; George Walton, signer of the Declaration of Independence, 1793; Charles Jackson, 1793; D.W. Mitchell, ex-governor and mayor, 1793; Joseph Juntingdon, 1793; Samuel Blackburn, 1793; William Williamson, 1793; E. Woodruff, 1794; Sheftall Sheftall, last survivor of Revolution in Savannah, 1794; Robert Watkins, drew first Georgia Code, 1795; G.D. Pendleton, 1795; W.W. Urquhart, 1796; Charles Harris, mayor, 1797; John P. Anderson, 1797; Robert Walker, 1797; Augusta C.G. Elholm, 1798; Henry Osborne, 1798; Edward Bacon, 1799; W.G. Bulloch, mayor; 1799; Willi M. Davis, 1799; Richard Leake, 1800; John Macpherson Berrien, a major under Washington, 1800; F.T. Flyming, 1802; Thomas U.P. Charlton, mayor and judge, 1802; Thomas Flournoy, 1802; Freeman Walker, 1802; Nick Ware, 1802; John Forsyth, ambassador to France, secretary of state and governor, 1804; Joseph H. Stevens, 1805; John Atwater, 1806; John M. Dooley, 1808; George Ker, Jr., 1810; Richard W. Habersham, congressman, 1810; G.W. Owens, mayor, 1811; John Kell, 1811; M. Houston, 1811; George B. McIntosh, 1812; Richard H. Wilde, congressman and poet, 1812; M. Edward Lloyd, 1814; James Morrison, 1814; John Shly, 1815; W.W. Holt, 1817; S.M. Bond, 1817; S. Mordecai, 1811; Bayard E. Hand, 1828; Thomas Campbell, 1832.

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