NIDIFFER COLLECTION - WASHINGTON, D.C. DEEDS
Box: 5 Fold: 95 Deed - Georgetown - Blake, Jones & Matthews
DESCRIPTION: 1 typeset indenture filled in by hand: deed of trust of Lot 161 in Beatty & Hawkins' Addition to Georgetown on 3rd Street (P Street) near Wisconsin Avenue by George W. Blake to Charles M. Matthews and Frederick W. Jones in trust for debts owed by Blake to James W. Deeble, Treasurer of the West End Building Association of Georgetown. Signed by Henry Reaver, Notary Public, and John A. Smith, Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Box: 6 Fold: 9 Deed - Georgetown - Wandling & Collins
DESCRIPTION: 1 AMsS indenture: deed of sale of Lot 170 in Beatty & Hawkins' Addition of Georgetown on 3rd Street (P Street) by David & Margaret Ann Wandling to Joseph Collins. Signed by Henry Reaver, Notary Public, and John A. Smith, Clerk of the Circuit Court.
[This below may or may not relate to the some land area. RB]
ARCHIVES, MARYLAND PROVINCE, SOCIETY OF JESUS
Box: 40 Fold: 2 Warrants of Resurvey/Indentures [110.5 K1-M21]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1791]? - [12/31/1824]?
DESCRIPTION: This folder [110.5 K1-M21] consists of essentially of warrants of resurvey and indentures. Items include the following: Warrant of resurvey [William Bagley v. John Addison (1802)] for land tract called Addition; Warrant of resurvey [William Pancoast v. Fench Ringold et al. (1824)]; Warrant of resurvey [William Pancoast v. John Walker (1804)]; Warrant of resurvey [William Pancoast v. Thomas Talbutt (1804)]; Warrant of resurvey [William Pancoast v. Lewis Talbot (1804)]; Warrant of resurvey [William Pancoast v. Marbury et al.]; Memo (1824) concerns Pancoast's relocation to Pencott's Invention; Indenture (1787) between William Deakins & John Threlkeld and William Bailey; Indenture (1791) between William Deakins & John Threlkeld and Francis & Charles Lowndes; Warrant of resurvey [Walter Mackall v. John Masters (1803)]; Ordinance to survey property (the Georgetown Corporation v. the heirs of Charles Beatty); Order of resurvey [Elisha Riggs v. Benjamin Patterson (1806)]; Indenture (1810) between Isaac Dawes and Robert Clarke; Agreement (1815) between Henry Lucas and Edward Stone & Edward Edmonston; Deed (1815) from John Hugh, Trustee [Joseph E. Rowles heirs] to William Worthington; Extract from a deed [survey provided only (1811)] to Charles A. Beatty and Abraham Bradley; Indenture (1816) between Charles A. Beatty and John Brackinridge & Phineas Bradley; Suit (1820)-[George] French v. Brackenridge; Indenture (1817)