Noble and Davidson family papers
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Correspondents include John J. Crittenden, William Henry Harrison, John James Hayden, Michael C. Kerr, Robert Dale Owen, Caleb B. Smith, Oliver H. Smith and Richard W. Thompson.
The oversize collection contains a survey for John Steed's 4,000 acres dated January 20, 1785 and a land grant issued to Thomas Bishop of Franklin County, Indiana for land in Brookville, Indiana, datd November 13, 1822 (OB089).
- Davidson family (Person)
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Alexander H. Davidson was an Indianapolis schoolteacher and businessman; he was also a member of the executive committee of the Indiana Constitutional Union Party in 1860. Davidson was married to Catherine Noble.
Rebecca A. Shepherd, et al., eds. A Biographical directory of the Indiana General Assembly, vol. 1. Indianapolis: Select Committee on the Centennial History of the Indiana.
0.35 Cubic Feet (1 manuscript box, 1 medium oversize folder)
Language of Materials
- Autograph albums
- Constitutional Union Party (U.S.)
- Crittenden, John J. (John Jordan), 1787-1863
- Davidson, Alexander H.
- Davidson, Catherine Noble
- Governors -- Indiana
- Harrison, William Henry, 1773-1841
- Hayden, John James, 1820-1901
- Indiana -- Politics and government
- Jennings, Jonathan, 1784-1834
- Kerr, Michael C. (Michael Crawford), 1827-1876
- Land grants
- Noble, Noah, 1794-1844
- Owen, Robert Dale, 1801-1877
- Politics and government
- Real property
- Smith, Caleb B. (Caleb Blood), 1808-1864
- Smith, Oliver H. (Oliver Hampton), 1794-1859
- Thompson, Richard W. (Richard Wigginton), 1809-1900
- Noble and Davidson family papers
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