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ESTATE OF CATHARINE HOLLINSHEAD 1844

by Hollinshead, Catharine

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Philadelphia 1844. first edition. Legal document, fully handwritten neatly in ink. Stephen Simmond, trustee. Original tie binding. 24 8 x 12" pages with writing on both sides. Details Hollingshead's assets; lists her children and grandchildren (several with surname Davenport) and offers some information about these people. Has legal blindstamp. Whether contemporary copy or the original is unknown. VG. .
  • Bookseller: Xerxesbooks US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: a96574
  • Title: ESTATE OF CATHARINE HOLLINSHEAD 1844
  • Author: Hollinshead, Catharine
  • Book condition: Used
  • Keywords: manuscript will estate nineteenth philadelphia pennsylvania genealogiy

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