John Badollet; Francis Vigo; Pierre Querre
|注意：||Knox County, Indiana was organized by Winthrop Sargent on 20 June 1790. The county encompassed a huge amount of land in the beginning but the boundaries gradually shrank until 1816 when it reached its current size. The county seat is Vincennes and has been home to many politicians during its history. The most famous being William Henry Harrison, the ninth President of the United States.|
|描述：||1 manuscript box, 1 oversize manuscript folder.|
The collection consists of miscellaneous papers connected to Knox County, Indiana for the period of 1764-1847. The collection has been arranged in chronological order and placed in folders according to decade. The papers are wide ranging. Some examples are; inventories for estates, wills, court documents, receipts, minutes from a local meeting, and land office documents. Some of the earlier papers are in French. One example is a bond dated 31 March 1806 of Pierre Querre, Vital Boucher, and Joseph Chartier to serve as administrators of the estate of Charles Boucher of Vincennes, also signed by Robert Buntin and John Rice Jones. Another document is a bond of Nathaniel Ewing as administrator of the estate of Andrew English. Also bonded on this document were John Badollet and Francis Vigo.
- Wills -- Indiana -- Knox County.
- Court records -- Indiana -- Knox County.
- Indentures -- Indiana -- Knox County.
- Land titles -- Indiana -- Knox County.
- Legal documents -- Indiana -- Knox County.
- French -- Indiana -- Knox County.
- Knox County (Ind.) -- History -- Sources.
- Court records.
- Land titles.
- Legal documents.
- Indiana -- Knox County.