Elisha Mowry Estate Document – 1793

Elisha Mowry was born C. 1736, and served as a Lieutenant Colonel in the 2nd Regiment of the Providence Co. Militia during the American Revolution.  He passed away on June 8, 1792, and is buried in the Whipple-Mowry Lot in Lincoln, R. I.  To see a photo of his grave, click here: https://rihistoriccemeteries.org/newgravedetails.aspx?ID=128548 

The executors of his estate were his sons, Ahab and Sylvester Mowry.  https://rihistoriccemeteries.org/newgravedetails.aspx?ID=128423

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James Appleby Quit Claim Deed – 1814

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Caleb Aldrich to James Appleby Deed – 1784

     Caleb Aldrich, born circa 1726, died, November 8, 1809.  He’s buried in the Old Aldrich Burial Ground in North Smithfield, R. I.  He served in the Revolutionary War.  

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James Appleby Bond Document – 1817

James Appleby Bond Document – 1817

From the archives of the Historical Society of Smithfield.

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Marcy Curtis to James Appleby Document – 1816

Marcy Curtis to James Appleby Document – 1816

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Elizabeth Aldrich – James Appleby Document – 1780

Elizabeth Aldrich – James Appleby Document – 1780

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Thomas Curtis – James Appleby Document – 1817

Thomas Curtis – James Appleby Document – 1817

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Joseph Shippee to James Appleby Document -1818

Joseph Shippee To James Appleby – January 22, 1818

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