Justices of the peace
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection contains several legal documents of Elias N. Shimer ranging from 1831 to 1844. The documents include Shimer's deed for the purchase of one and a half acres south of the Brookville Road from Joshua Stevens (December 24, 1831); his Marion County Justice of the Peace commission certificate signed by Governor Noah Noble (December 6, 1837); a deed between Edward White and Abraham Jones for eighty acres in Marion County (October 30, 1833), and the indenture transferring the eighty...
Collection — Folder S132
Collection — Folder B011
Scope and Contents This collection contains the commission of John H. Wiggans to be the Justice of the Peace for Franklin County, signed by Governor Oliver Perry Morton. Written on the reverse of the commission is Wiggans’ signed oath of office.
Scope and Contents This collection includes two autographed transaction ledgers from Robert Beaty in Greene County, Indiana ranging from 1816 to 1817, regarding financial transactions and lists of weights and measures.
Dates: circa 1816-1934
Scope and Contents The collection consists of the personal and business papers of the Van Scyoc and Shackelford families. This includes correspondence, school records, receipts, account books and ledgers, photographs, and other documents related to their interests.
Collection — Folder S3287
Scope and Contents This collection contains a January 1, 1851 note certifying that John C. Sivey, Clerk of the Wabash Circuit Court, had authorized the signature of William Lowe, an acting Justice of the Peace.