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Series V. Thomas Cresap, 1739-1770

Scope and Content Notes:

Colonel Thomas Cresap (1702-1790) was a landowner and trader who settled in Maryland. In later life, he became embroiled in land disputes along the Pennsylvania border. Cresap traded goods for the Ohio Company, and materials in this series include accounts and debts for dry goods. See the Darlington Autograph Files (dar192507) for an additional manuscript relating to Cresap.


Box 3
Folder 1 Richard Poulson’s account with Thomas Cresap, 1739
Folder 2 Debt’s to Thomas Cresap, 1739-1750
Folder 3 Debt of Daniel Connoly to Isaac Garrison, December 9, 1742
Folder 4 Robert Paul’s account with Thomas Cresap, 1744-1745
Folder 5 Roger Birkham’s account with Thomas Cresap, 1750
Folder 6 Roger Burkham’s account with Thomas Cresap, 1750
Folder 7 William Ross’s account with Thomas Cresap, 1744-1749
Folder 8 Patrick Matthew’s account with Thomas Cresap, 1744-1755
Folder 9 Thomas Cresap’s account with William Ross, 1745-1750
Folder 10 Judgment in Joseph Walker vs Brent Nutthall, June 25, 1745
Folder 11 Job Pearsall’s account with Thomas Cresap, 1746
Folder 12 Noah Hampton’s account with Thomas Cresap, October 1746
Folder 13 Debts witnessed by Thomas Cresap, 1747-1746
Folder 14 William Biggerstaff’s account with Thomas Cresap, 1747-1748
Folder 15 John Large’s promise to repay John Jack, Sept 25, 1748
Folder 16 Robert Bennett’s account with Thomas Cresap, 1748-1749
Folder 17 Jeremiah Been’s account with Thomas Cresap, 1749
Folder 18 Arrest warrant for Thomas Cresap, debtor, May 11, 1750
Folder 19 William Anderson’s account with Thomas Cresap, 1751
Folder 20 Richard Pearis and Thomas Nixon’s account with Thomas Cresap, 1751-1752
Folder 21 Debts to Thomas Cresap, 1754-1760
Folder 22 Debt of BomGardner to Lenox Scott, 1756
Folder 23 Captain McDonald’s account with Thomas Cresap, 1770
Folder 24 Arrest warrant for Bryan Brian, debtor, undated
Folder 25 William Sheppard’s account with Thomas Cresap, March 3, 1745