1 edition of Meshech Weare family papers found in the catalog.
Meshech Weare family papers
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Correspondence, indentures, receipts, muster rolls, notebook, and other papers of Meshech Weare and members of the Weare (Ware) family, including his grandfather Nathaniel Weare (1631-1718), his father Nathaniel Weare (1669-1755), his uncle Peter Weare (b. 1660), and Richard Weare (d. 1777). Topics in the papers include Meshech Weare"s duties with the New Hampshire militia, superior court, and council; various New Hampshire land grant matters; the 1754 Albany Congress; and Richard Weare"s service with the 3rd New Hampshire Regiment during the Revolution at Crown Point and Ticonderoga, N.Y., Exeter and Hampton Falls, N.H., and Portland, Me. Correspondents include Henry Dearborn, Joseph Davenport, Silas Hodges, Nathaniel Peabody, and John Pickering.
|Contributions||Weare, Nathaniel, 1631-1718|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||97|
|LC Control Number||80004920|
Papers: In the Wadsworth and Putnam Family Papers, , items. Subjects include Henry Dearborn. Papers: In the Meshech Weare Family Papers, , 97 items. Autographs NH. Land Sale Document Signed “Meshech Weare”MESHECH WEARE (). “President” (Governor) of New Hampshire from to , Chairman of the Revolutionary War Committee of Safety, and Signer of Colonial y 14th, Dated French and Indian War Period, Handwritten Manuscript Land Sale Document Signed, “Meshech Weare” as Justice at the .
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Papers: In the Meshech Weare Papers, , Papers: , 1 volume. An orderly book of Benjamin Whipple, 29 June- 9 July The book contains recorded orders from Gen. Artemas Ward and George Washington regarding sentry duties; and orders from Little regarding cleanliness. In the Ward Family Papers, ; 2 narrow boxes. American Revolution Dated Revolutionary War Pay Document Signed by the Revolutionary War Era "Governor" Of New Hampshire MESHECH WEARE, "Governor" of New Hampshire and Signer of Colonial Currency. Aug , Autograph Document Signed, "M. Weare Chr." This is an original Revolutionary War period New Hampshire state warrant, 1 page, 4" x 8", Very Fine.
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The Meshech Weare Family Papers,are composed of correspondence, legal documents, financial papers, and other miscellaneous documents reflecting the life of Meshech Weare, his service during the American Revolution and as first president of New Hampshire, and his family.
Scope and Content: The Meshech Weare Family Papers,are composed of correspondence, legal documents, financial papers, and other miscellaneous documents reflecting the life of Meshech Weare, his service during the American Revolution and as. This collection consists of correspondence and other papers of jurist and political leader Meshech Weare of New Hampshire.
Biographical Sketch Meshech Weare () was one of the most important figures in Revolutionary War New Hampshire. The letters of Meshech's family of ten children, so far as preserved, were mainly in the hands of Nathaniel of Deerfield, and being found among the older papers in the Deerfield house of this last Nathaniel Weare will contribute something to the memoir of President Weare, which I am now preparing.
Continental Army officer, jurist, legislator, and president of New Hampshire () From the description of Meshech Weare family papers, (Unknown). WorldCat record id:. Meshech Weare Papers, — Oliver Family Papers, — Pre-Revolutionary Diaries, — Revere Family Papers, — Revolutionary War Orderly Books, — Robert Treat Paine Papers, — Samuel Cabot Papers, — Smith-Carter Family Papers, — Smith-Townsend Family Papers, — Timothy Pickering Papers.
Family life. Meshech was born to Deacon Nathaniel Weare and his second wife, Mary Waite, in what was then the Third Parish, New site of the home is now in Seabrook, though the actual house burned down in the early s. Weare was baptized in modern-day Hampton Falls, New Hampshire, on J He was the youngest of 14 children.
Provincial and State Papers, Volume New Hampshire. authority of the Legislature of New Hampshire, 1 Review. Preview this book 1/5(1). Page - IT is essential to the preservation of the rights of every individual, his life, liberty, property and character, that there be an impartial interpretation of the laws, and administration of justice.
It is the right of every citizen to be tried by judges as free, impartial and independent as the lot of humanity will admit. This collection consists of the personal and family correspondence, diary (), orderly book, official documents, accounts, receipts, and other papers of Artemas Ward of Shrewsbury, Mass., Revolutionary War general and member of the Continental Congress, together with personal and official papers of Nahum Ward concerning his duties in local offices of Shrewsbury, correspondence of the Perry and Dexter families.
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Meshech Weare Papers NH Correspondence - Page 10 - Correspondence Correspondence- Family Box 7 Folder 1: Correspondence- Professional Box 7 Folder 1: Folder 2: Folder 3: June Folder 4: July October Box 8 November June Folder 5: November June Manuscript/Mixed Material Image 1 of George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: George Washington to Meshech Weare, August 5, About this Item.
Image. Pages. Previous Page off Next Page. View. Zoom in Zoom out Rotate right Fit screen Full expand Next. Meshech Weare (), a town moderator, selectman, and representative of Hampton Falls in the Assembly and, inhe became the president of the state until Edward Williams, a captain of a New Hampshire regiment at Louisbourg.
Family life. Meshech was born to Deacon Nathaniel Weare and his second wife, Mary Waite, in what was then the Third Parish, New site of the home is now in Seabrook, though the actual house burned down in the early s.
Weare was baptized in modern day Hampton Falls, New Hampshire, on J He was the youngest of 14 children. Wendell family papers, ca.
Houghton Library: referencedIn: American Philosophical Society Archives. Record Group IIa, American Philosophical Society: referencedIn: Thomas Grosvenor papers, ''Meshech Weare, who was president of the state - that was president of the State Committee of Safety, the executive branch at the time - wrote to John Hancock in.
One of the most important figures in Revolutionary War-era New Hampshire, Weare served as president of the council, chief justice, and governor during these years. The Meshech Weare Papers, - The Meshech Weare Papers, Browsing Meshech Weare Papers by Issue Date Jump to a point in the index: (Choose month) January February March April May June July August September October November December (Choose year) Meshech Weare family papers Meshech Weare Not in Library.
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Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of editions published. Meshech Weare, 1 book. Lists. watch for edits or export all records. Add to List. The papers of Josiah Bartlett contain correspondence, lists, proclamations, notifications and clippings. The material covers Bartlett's involvement as a delegate to the Continental Congress, member of the N.H.
Assembly, and his role as Governor of New Hampshire.A letter from Nathaniel Folsom and John Sullivan to Meshech Weare written on Octo In the letter, Nathaniel Folsom and John Sullivan write to Meshech Weare about the accomplishments of the First Continental Congress.
Papers:13 volumes.Microfilm edition of the Meshech Weare Papers, by Meshech Weare (Book) New Hampshire colonial legislative report () Extra-illustrations in James M. Beck's The Constitution of the United States by James M Beck (Visual).