Nova Scotia Archives

Chipman Family Papers

Planters of Cornwallis


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201002000,201002001

4 Jun 1760   —   Chipman Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 181 No. 2

Commission from Charles Lawrence appointing Robert Dennison, Esq., Lieutenant-Colonel of a Militia Regiment for Horton Township, Kings County



201002308,201002309

16 Feb 1760   —   Chipman Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 181 No. 3

Receipt issued by Silas Crane for eighteen shillings paid by Robert Thompson and others who plans to settle in Nova Scotia. Issued in Lebanon, Conn.



201002310,201002311

Chipman Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 181 No. 4

Petition of Ezek. Calkin and others who attended the Horton Court to give evidence on account of Robert Thompson, n.d.



201002002,201002003

1760   —   Chipman Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 181 No. 5

Charge of sedition against Daniel Hovey, Senior, Horton, for verbally stating he defies the orders of Jonathan Belcher,Commander-in-Chief of Nova Scotia, and King George III



201002312,201002313

29 Sep 1761   —   Chipman Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 181 No. 11

Grand Jury Presentment against Malachi Cagghorn, Cornwallis, who used profane language and threatened Samuel McFarling and Jonathan Blackman, Horton, with a broad axe and crowbar



201002314,201002315

8 Dec 1761   —   Chipman Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 181 No. 15

Charge of theft against Nathaniel Curtice (or Curtis) for removing masts and iron from H.M. brig "Montecue"



201002316,201002317

24 Jun 1761   —   Chipman Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 181 No. 23

Charges against John Attwell and John Bishop, Junior, for breach of the Sabbath law --
Attwell carried grain to the mill and Bishop ground the grain.



201002318,201002319,201002320

5 Aug 1761   —   Chipman Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 181 No. 30

Warrant to seize the property of Samuel Bailey or to sell some of his property to provide capital towards the maintenance of his illegitimate son, lately born to Mary Shaw. Concern the child will become a charge of Falmouth Township because the reputed father has left the township.



201002321,201002322

12 Jun 1761   —   Chipman Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 181 No. 31

Statement signed by Mary Shaw declaring that Samuel Bailey is the father of her unborn child.



201002323,201002324

8 Dec 1762   —   Chipman Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 181 No. 33

Statement signed by Elizabeth Kipp, widow, that Daniel Bigsby, former servant of Moses Delesdernier, is the father of her unborn child, Falmouth.



201002004,201002005

23 Aug 1762   —   Chipman Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 181 No. 38

Warrant for arrest of John Hicks, Falmouth, accused of threating Joseph Stell



201002006,201002007

23 Aug 1762   —   Chipman Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 181 No. 39

Deposition of Joseph Stell, Falmouth, against John Hicks



201002008,201002009

24 Aug 1762   —   Chipman Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 181 No. 40

Deposition of Joseph Gooding, Falmouth, regarding threats by John Hicks against Joseph Stell



201002010,201002011

1762   —   Chipman Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 181 No. 41

Recognizance of Henry Denny Denson regarding threat made by John Hicks against Joseph Stell



201002012,201002013

6 Apr 1762   —   Chipman Family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 181 No. 44

Inquest into death of William Harding, about two years old, who drowned by falling into a well


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