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Papers, 1708-1860,

Author: Ashton family.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection documents the activities of the Ashton brothers, particularly Samuel, and other family members from 1708 to 1860. The business papers consist of account books, accounts, bills, receipts, and orders providing information on the relationship between journeymen and masters. They include boarding records and information on what was produced by whom, wages earned and spent, furniture forms, clientele,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Accounts
Account books
Purchase orders
Bills of sale
Receipts
Financial records
Estate inventories
Wills
Estate records
Deeds
Leases
Land surveys
Tax records
Letters
Marriage certificates
Legal documents
Named Person: Reynolds family.; Kuhn family.; Isaac Ashton; Joseph Ashton; Samuel Ashton; John Ashton; J N Reynolds; Catherine L Reynolds Ashton; Phebe Ashton
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ashton family.
OCLC Number: 84666117
Description: ca. 400 items.

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The collection documents the activities of the Ashton brothers, particularly Samuel, and other family members from 1708 to 1860. The business papers consist of account books, accounts, bills, receipts, and orders providing information on the relationship between journeymen and masters. They include boarding records and information on what was produced by whom, wages earned and spent, furniture forms, clientele, woods used, and sources of supplies. Among the legal documents are indentures for apprentices, papers regarding lawssuits that involved Isaac and John Ashton, building contracts, promissory notes, and records of bankruptcy proceedings. The estate records feature inventories of the estate of Joseph Ashton (1708) and Isaac Ashton (1818) and administrative papers for the estate of Samuel Ashton (1849) and Catherine Kuhn (1831). Papers relating to real estate include receipts for payment of ground rent, mortgages, deeds, and leases. Household accounts mention taxes paid, measurements for carpentry work, and purchases of shoes, boots, food, and sundry items. Finally, the letters concern improvements to property owned by the Ashtons, real estate transactions, and family matters for the Ashton, Kuhn, and Reynolds families.

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