Memorial of Selectmen of Middletown

Creator:
Chauncey, Nathaniel
Mortimer, Philip
Talcott, Matthew
Wetmore, Seth
Willis, Samuel
Published/Created:
May 15, 1756
Physical Description:
Report
Associated Names:
Chauncey, Nathaniel [Author]
Mortimer, Philip [Author]
Talcott, Matthew [Author]
Wetmore, Seth [Author]
Willis, Samuel [Author]
Chandler, Thomas [Attestor]
Chauncey, Elihu [Attestor]
Chauncey, Nathaniel [Mentioned within document]
Connecticut General Assembly [Recipient]
Coschoy [Mentioned within document]
Mortimer, Philip [Mentioned within document]
Talcott, Matthew [Mentioned within document]
Wetmore, Seth [Mentioned within document]
Willis, Samuel [Mentioned within document]
Wyllys, George, 1710-1796 [Attestor]
Associated Locations:
North America -- British Empire -- Colony of Connecticut -- Hartford [Mentioned]
North America -- British Empire -- Colony of Connecticut -- Middletown [Written]
North America -- British Empire -- Colony of Connecticut -- New Haven [Mentioned]
North America -- Indian Country -- Wangunk Territory [Mentioned]
North America -- United States of America -- State of Connecticut -- Hartford [Mentioned (modern name)]
North America -- United States of America -- State of Connecticut -- Middletown [Written (modern name)]
North America -- United States of America -- State of Connecticut -- New Haven [Mentioned (modern name)]
Topics:
Accounting/Finance -- Poor Relief
Buildings/Structures -- Meeting Houses
Culture -- Alcohol Consumption
Culture -- Genealogy
Disease/Illness
Food/Drink
Government -- Colonial -- Colony of Connecticut -- General Assembly
Government -- Colonial -- Colony of Connecticut -- Towns -- Middletown
Government -- Tribal -- Wangunk -- Sachems/Sagamores -- Cuschoy
Land -- Conveyances -- Sale
Land -- Reservation/Reserve -- Wangunk
Law -- Legislative Process -- Petitions -- Rejected
Tribes/Communities -- Wangunk
Tribe:
Wangunk
Series:
Indians, Series 2 (1666-1820)
Language:
English
Format:
Text
Content Type:
Archives or Manuscripts
Rights:
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Access Restrictions:
Public
Other Dates:
May 13, 1756 [Mentioned]
October 1756 [Legislative action]
Source Title:
Connecticut Archives
Yale Collection:
Yale Indian Papers Project
Digital Collection:
New England Indian Papers Series
Funding Source:
National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)
Original Repository:
Connecticut State Library
OID:
10682446
PID:
digcoll:3212
Local Record Number:
1756.05.15.00
oid pointer:
10683750
Number of Pages: 2
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