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Collection: The Papers of Solicitors J. M. Shugar and A. W. Vaisey, 1850-1914

DigginUpAbe
DigginUpAbe added a note to page Page 6 in the work Estate of Joseph Brinklow, 1864-1865, saying “Too many rules, been fun.”Note Added
UVA Law Library
UVA Law Library added a note to page Page 6 in the work Estate of Joseph Brinklow, 1864-1865, saying “Hi DigginUpAbe - Thank you very much for helping us to transcribe these documents! For future pages, would you please transcribe them in the transcription field by clicking on "help transcribe this page" located to the right of the image? Thanks! ”Note Added
DigginUpAbe
DigginUpAbe added a note to page Page 6 in the work Estate of Joseph Brinklow, 1864-1865, saying “Joseph Brinklow, died at Aldbourg, 23 January, 1864. He left a widow, his wife, Martha Mary Brinklow, and 7 daughters, ( symbol = described forthwith) 1. - Emily, wife of Mr. Lee of Beofore ( 2 symbols, probably rank or title) Lancaster Deloware, 2. - Car”Note Added
DigginUpAbe
DigginUpAbe added a note to page Page 5 in the work Estate of Joseph Brinklow, 1864-1865, saying “All promises confidential, Form to be filled out, no further calls, the annual subscriptions, are known only to the Vicar, personally, to the Treasurer and Secretary of the Fund. A list of contributions to the objects mentioned in Part 2, (as seen) viz.; ”Note Added
DigginUpAbe
DigginUpAbe added a note to page Page 4 in the work Estate of Joseph Brinklow, 1864-1865, saying “7 copies made ( initials go perhaps) Received the day 1865, of May (Mary error) Martha Mary Brinklow administrive & Joseph Brinklow, (seventeen power ten) 17 times 10 shillings, are discharged, every seventh share, of Lire 122-14-6, being 2 thirds of the”Note Added
DigginUpAbe
DigginUpAbe added a note to page Page 3 in the work Estate of Joseph Brinklow, 1864-1865, saying “Robert Waller a minor of 14 years on 23rd January 1863 was borrowed apprentice to Josef Brinklow & 1st Mary 1863 - he was the son of Martha Mary ( ? ) Josef Brinklow and former husband for 6 years from 23 January then last, 3 ( ? ) 1st year, 4 ( ? ”Note Added
Sara Brumfield
Sara Brumfield added a note to page Page 24 in the work Estate of Joseph Brinklow, 1864-1865, saying “If we can figure out what that "te" looking word is after "Ditto pieces boarding" it also shows up a couple pages back.”Note Added
Sara Brumfield
Sara Brumfield added a note to page Page 23 in the work Estate of Joseph Brinklow, 1864-1865, saying “Copper bowl shower instead of copper bowl strawer?”Note Added
Sara Brumfield
Sara Brumfield added a note to page Page 22 in the work Estate of Joseph Brinklow, 1864-1865, saying “I think "asfixed" is just an old spelling of "afixed"”Note Added
Sara Brumfield
Sara Brumfield added a note to page Page 22 in the work Estate of Joseph Brinklow, 1864-1865, saying “Rockinghamware (teapot in the cupboard): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rockingham_Pottery”Note Added
UVA Law Library
UVA Law Library added a note to page Page 27 in the work Estate of Joseph Brinklow, 1864-1865, saying “Right you are!”Note Added
UVA Law Library
UVA Law Library added a note to page Page 22 in the work Estate of Joseph Brinklow, 1864-1865, saying “Great question. We'll leave them as is to limit the editorial interventions we make on this first pass. ”Note Added
Ben W. Brumfield
Ben W. Brumfield added a note to page Page 22 in the work Estate of Joseph Brinklow, 1864-1865, saying “The first word in the second line appears to be "Do" for "Ditto". Should dittos be expanded in the transcript (in this case to "tin"), or left as-is?”Note Added
Ben W. Brumfield
Ben W. Brumfield added a note to page Page 27 in the work Estate of Joseph Brinklow, 1864-1865, saying “Is there a chance that the item in the fifth line is "Dung Fork and hedging knife"?”Note Added