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Ainge Family Papers M002
- George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives, Bowdoin College Library, Brunswick, Maine 04011
- Ainge family
- Ainge Family papers
- Date [inclusive]
- 0.5 linear feet
- Documents, including promissory notes, marriage settlements, accounts, indentures, etc. relating to the Ainge family (1766-1833).
Ainge Family Papers, George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives, Bowdoin College Library, Brunswick, Maine.
The Ainge family centers around a late-18th-century gentleman, Alexander Ainge, once a watchmaker, later a broker in London, England. Other family members include his brother, William, of Lincoln's Inn; his wife Elizabeth Beard; and William's sons, William and Edward, who were adopted and taken into business by their uncle. No birth or death dates are available.
Scope and Content
Documents, including promissory notes, marriage settlements, accounts, indentures, etc. relating to the Ainge family (1766-1833). Also included are financial accounts of British colonial agents in Jamaica [1794-1803?] and of a military excursion into Holland (1801); no member of the Ainge family is named in these.
George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives, Bowdoin College Library, Brunswick, Maine 040113000 College Station
Brunswick, Maine, 04011
M002.1 Family Documents, 1766-1833 0.25 linear feet
Marriage and dowry settlements, a promissary note and "checks," and other documents concerning the Ainge family's financial accounts. Most of the material concerns William Ainge, both as executor of his father's estate and as the declarer of family trusts. Also included is an indenture agreement between John Tessop and Joun White.
Settlement previous to the marriage of Mr. Alexander Ainge to Miss Elizabeth Beard, April 1, 1766
Dowry Settlement, April 1, 1766
Promissory note by Alexander Ainge, June 26, 1766
Account of debts owed to Edward Ainge by William Ainge, 1773
Account of William Ainge, executor of Edward Ainge, his late Father deceased, of his receipts and payments in respect of the Estate of E. Ainge
Declaration of trust as to 1500 pounds for Mr. Alexander Ainge and his family, June 3, 1789
Establishment of a trust by the Ainge family, June 20, 1789
Two "checks," June 20, 1789
Declaration of trusts by William Ainge and his two oldest nephews, Edward and William Ainge, of 300 pounds, May 1, 1792
Indenture between John Jessop and John White, assignment of household premises, March 25, 1833
M002.2 Accounts, 1784-1804 0.25 linear feet
Financial accounting scrolls of British agents in Colonial Jamaica, most of which concern William Dunlop during his tenure as Agent General under Sir Alured Clarke, the Earl of Effingham, and Sir Adam Williamson, consecutive Governors of Jamaica from 1784-1793. Also included is the financial account by Lieutenant Colonel John Drinkwater of a British military excursion into Holland under the Duke of York in 1801.
William Dunlop accounting scrolls, during his tenure as agent general under Sir Alured Clarke, the Earl of Effingham, & Sir Adam Williamson, Governors of Jamaica, 1784-1793
Miscellaneous Colonial Jamaica accounting scrolls, ca.1804
"Lieutenant Colonel John Drinkwater: commissary of accounts to the Army employed on the late expedition to Holland under... the Duke of York," 1801