GROUP OF SIX (6) HANDWRITTEN LEGAL DOCUMENTS, DATED 1818-1843, FROM THE FAMILY OF BLACKSMITH ISAAC BRIGGS OF PLAINFIELD AND VOLUNTOWN, CONNECTICUT. Isaac Connecticut / Briggs, Family.
GROUP OF SIX (6) HANDWRITTEN LEGAL DOCUMENTS, DATED 1818-1843, FROM THE FAMILY OF BLACKSMITH ISAAC BRIGGS OF PLAINFIELD AND VOLUNTOWN, CONNECTICUT.
GROUP OF SIX (6) HANDWRITTEN LEGAL DOCUMENTS, DATED 1818-1843, FROM THE FAMILY OF BLACKSMITH ISAAC BRIGGS OF PLAINFIELD AND VOLUNTOWN, CONNECTICUT.

GROUP OF SIX (6) HANDWRITTEN LEGAL DOCUMENTS, DATED 1818-1843, FROM THE FAMILY OF BLACKSMITH ISAAC BRIGGS OF PLAINFIELD AND VOLUNTOWN, CONNECTICUT.

1818-1843. Original manuscripts. This group contains: four deeds, one letter, and a large ledger sheet listing dozens of goods and their prices. Briggs family members named include Isaac, Asher, Daniel, and Cynthia, along with Henry Dow, Joseph Starkweather, and others. Very Good. Item #041458

Voluntown in New London, CT, had a 2010 population of 2,603. It was part of Windham County form 1776 to 1881. The town was named for the English volunteers in the 1675 Indian Wars who "went not away" and stayed to fight.

Price: $150.00

See all items in Manuscripts, USA-State by State