Secretary of State Correspondence Record: Petition recommending the appointment of Samuel Adler as a Commissioner of Deeds for the State of Maine within the State of New York.
|Item Description:||Petition recommending the appointment of Samuel Adler as a Commissioner of Deeds for the State of Maine within the State of New York.|
|Date Written:||24 Oct. 1871|
|Box and Folder:||31-12|
|Associated names:||J. Achachado; Samuel Adler; J. C. Arthin; Jonathan Bapett; Mike Beach; W. A. Beach; A. A. Benson; Samuel Boardman; Charles M. Boemprey; Adolph Borckmam; William W. Brackett; Patrick Carle; Jacob Cohen; Frank Daulte; Maurice S. de Uries; George Douglas; Henry Dreher; John A. Durkel; George Elliott; John B. Fogerty; John C. Fraser; George M. Galinger; Herman Gerth; William Glaser; John K. Goldsmith; H. E. Goodhart; Joseph Hartman; Jacob Hatel; W. W. Hawkers; Edward B. Heath; Victor Hemberger; Solomon F. Higgins; J. F. House; Manuel Howe; Ephraim A. Jacob; Jacob Jacobs; William B. Kennedy; Joseph A. Kent; Samuel Kirsch; Joseph Koch; J. M. Laugan; Abram Lernard; Simon Levi; J. D. McCulland; Alfred McDukie; J. McIntire; D. F. Mcuchon; Joseph Meeks; O. H. Meyer; Peter Mitchell; George C. Moore; Samuel Mullen; John Nugent; H. W. Robinson; S. N. Rodenburg; A. B. Sage; John P. Schuchmann; J. S. Seymour; D. W. Smith; H. S. Smith; Yuttee Smith; J. P. Solomon; H. C. Somerville; P. F. Southens; Charles S. Spencer; Louis J. Stich; Jonathan Sweeny; A. A. Thompson; Townsend and Mahan; William J. Trimble; M. Tucker; Isaac Van Hinkle; Aaron White; K. A. Willis; John Zahn|
|Associated subjects:||Government officialsMaine; PetitionsNew York, New York|
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Source citation: "Secretary of State Correspondence, 1820-1914," database, Maine Genealogy (https://www.mainegenealogy.net/correspondence_record.asp?id=10209 : accessed 5 February 2023), entry for Petition recommending the appointment of Samuel Adler as a Commissioner of Deeds for the State of Maine within the State of New York., 24 Oct. 1871, citing Hancock County Court of Sessions database, Maine State Archives.
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