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Peter, Thomas, 1769-1834

 Person

Found in 59 Collections and/or Records:

Account, Thomas Peter with estate of George Washington, 1824-1845

 Item — Box 50, Folder: 1824.00.00
Identifier: A-671
Scope and Contents

D. 2 pages. Estate of Thos. Peter indebtedness to estate of G.W.--Receipted to G.W. Peter by John A. Washington, attorney in fact for G.W.P. Custis, surviving executor of G.W. Document, endorsed "Thomas Peter and wife," and "Washington Exer. v. Washington Legatees, marked "No. 21."

Dates: 1824-1845

Accounts of Alexander Henderson with Thomas Peter, 1802 December

 Item — Box 7, Folder: 28
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

This collection consists of papers collected by various members of the Peter families. It includes letters from George Washington, letters of condolence to Martha Washington after George Washington’s death, estate documents, Major George Peter’s military papers, land plats and surveys, photo albums, letterbooks, and notebooks that tell of the life of this prominent family in Virginia and the City of Washington.

Dates: 1802 December

Articles of agreement between George Calvert and Thomas Peter with Thomas Law related to his separation from Elizabeth Parke Custis Law, 1804 August 9

 Item — Box 9, Folder: 12
Scope and Contents

Articles of agreement between George Calvert and Thomas Peter with Thomas Law, agreeing that Thomas Law and his wife Eliza Parke Custis Law will live separately. Eliza will receive $1500 per year from Law, and all the interest from her inheritance from George Washington will go to her and her daughter.

Dates: 1804 August 9

Authorization to Henry B. Robertson for the recovery of goods from Robert Kilgorn, 1821 October 23

 Item — Box 12, Folder: 02
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

This collection consists of papers collected by various members of the Peter families. It includes letters from George Washington, letters of condolence to Martha Washington after George Washington’s death, estate documents, Major George Peter’s military papers, land plats and surveys, photo albums, letterbooks, and notebooks that tell of the life of this prominent family in Virginia and the City of Washington.

Dates: 1821 October 23

Bill, Dr. Warfield to Thomas Peter, amputation of man’s leg , 1824 March 5, 1825 January 4

 Item — Box 8, Folder: 10
Scope and Contents

Bill from Dr. Warfield to Thomas Peter for a visit to a "black man in the night" on March 5, 1824 which resulted in the amputation of the man's leg.

Dates: 1824 March 5; 1825 January 4

Bill, Thomas Law to Griffith Coombs, regarding work on Mrs. Washington’s house occupied by Mrs. Dearborn, 1802 August 23

 Item — Box 7, Folder: 27
Scope and Contents

Payment from Thomas Law to Griffith Coombs for repairs to Martha Washington's townhome in the District Columbia occupied by Henry Dearborn. Payment marked by Coombs as received in full from Thomas Peter on August 23, 1802.

Dates: 1802 August 23

Bill, William King to Thomas Peter, funeral arrangements for Columbia Washington Peter, 1820 December 4

 Item — Box 8, Folder: 06
Scope and Contents

Receipt for funeral arrangements paid by Thomas Peter to William King on December 4, 1820 following the death of his twenty-three-year-old daughter Columbia Washington Peter. The arrangements include a "walnut coffin lined," silver plate and engraving, and rental of horses, a hearse, and attendants.

Dates: 1820 December 4

Bills, tuition for Britannia Wellington Peter , 1820-1826

 Item — Box 8, Folder: 07
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

This collection consists of papers collected by various members of the Peter families. It includes letters from George Washington, letters of condolence to Martha Washington after George Washington’s death, estate documents, Major George Peter’s military papers, land plats and surveys, photo albums, letterbooks, and notebooks that tell of the life of this prominent family in Virginia and the City of Washington.

Dates: 1820-1826

Checks, 1816-1821

 File — Box 13, Folder: 05
Scope and Contents

Bills and bank notes from George Peter. Checks, Union Bank of Georgetown.

Dates: 1816-1821

Correspondence, William Deakins, Ben Stoddert to Stephen Chiswell related to surveying of Partnership, 1794 April 24

 Sub-Series — Box 7, Folder: 01
Scope and Contents

One undated note by Thomas Peter and one letter from William Dearkins and Ben Stoddert to Stephen Chiswell about resurveying about 200 acres called Partnership granted to Elting Williams.

Dates: 1794 April 24

Daybook, Thomas Peter, 1813-1814

 Item — Box 8, Folder: 24
Scope and Contents

Pamphlet stitch binding with marbled paper covers. Contains notes about purchases made by Thomas Peter 1813-1814.

Dates: 1813-1814

Declaration of Trust for sale of Lot Nine, Square Seventy Two in Washington City, D.C., William A. Gordon and Britannia W. Peter Kennon, 1889 - 1891

 Item — Box 10, Folder: 08
Scope and Contents

Papers related to the sale of Lot 9 in Square 72 of Washington City to William A. Gordon. Letter from William E. Edmonston to William A. Gordon, 1891 May 30. Two letters from William A. Gordon to Britannia W. Peter Kennon, 1891 June 3 and 1889 October 4. Typescript signed by William Gordon of Declaration of Trust for sale of Lot Nine, Square Seventy Two in Washington City, D.C..

Dates: 1889 - 1891

Decree, John Dandridge against George Washington Parke Custis and Thomas Peter, executors of Martha Washington's estate, 1829-1830

 Item — Box 9, Folder: 19
Scope and Contents

2 documents related to decree made by John Dandridge against George Washington Parke Custis and Thomas Peter, executors of Martha Washington's estate. One is signed by Benjamin Lincoln Lear.

Dates: 1829-1830

Estate, Martha Washington, George Washington Peter Custis, 1802-1826

 Item — Box 9, Folder: 10
Scope and Contents

Accounts from 1802 for furniture and household goods purchased by George Washington Parke Custis from the Estate of Martha Washington. The final payment was made in 1826, and the account is signed by Thomas Peter, executor of the estate.

Dates: 1802-1826

Estate, Personal sales, Martha Washington : photocopy, circa 1802

 Item — Box 9, Folder: 11
Scope and Contents

A list of the household belongings sold by Thomas Peter from the personal estate of Martha Washington. Includes a listing of who purchased each item and the price it sold for.

Dates: circa 1802

Estate, Robert Peter in account with James Dunlop and Jonathan Hicks, 1806-1812

 Item — Box 9, Folder: 13
Scope and Contents

3 sheets of accounts between the estate of Robert Peter and James Dunlop, including the sale of "5 negroes willed Mrs. Peter." These are some of Martha's dower slaves inherited by Martha Parke Custis Peter. One additional account between Jonathan Hicks and the heirs of Robert Peter, dated 1809-1811.

Dates: 1806-1812

Estate sale, Thomas Peter to Bushrod Washington, 1827 December 8

 Item — Box 9, Folder: 18
Scope and Contents

Autograph letter signed with integral address panel. Thomas Peter, George Town, to Bushrod Washington, Mount Vernon. Thomas Peter writes to Bushrod about money owed for two purchases he made from the estate of George Washington.

Dates: 1827 December 8

George Washington to Thomas Peter, 1797 June 14

 File — Box 1, Folder: 04
Scope and Contents

Autograph letter signed by George Washington, Mount Vernon, to Thomas Peter, discussing the purchase of English cattle.

Dates: 1797 June 14

George Washington to Thomas Peter, 1799 May 5

 File — Box 1, Folder: 07
Scope and Contents

Autograph letter signed with integral free franked address panel and seal. George Washington, Mount Vernon, to Thomas Peter. Washington writes about the sale of tobacco.

Dates: 1799 May 5

George Washington to Thomas Peter, 1799 December 3

 File — Box 1, Folder: 08
Scope and Contents

Autograph letter signed with integral free franked address panel.George Washington, Mount Vernon, to Thomas Peter. Washington writes about farming and congratulates Thomas and Patsy on the birth of their son.

Dates: 1799 December 3

Indenture, between Britannia W. Peter Kennon and her grandsons regarding Mount Vernon heirlooms at Tudor Place, 1907 October 9

 Item — Box 10, Folder: 09, Folder: OUT
Scope and Contents Indenture made between Britannia Wellington Kennon, party of the first part, and Walter Gibson Peter, Armistead Peter Jr., and George Freeland Peter, parties of the second part, all of the District of Columbia, regarding relics and heirlooms at Tudor Place acquired by Britannia W. Peter Kennon from her mother Martha Custis Peter grand-daughter of Martha the wife of George Washington, known in the family as "The Mount Vernon Heirlooms." Other relics are from the estates of Thomas Peter and...
Dates: 1907 October 9

Indenture, between Richard Smith and George W. Peter in trust for Martha Peter, 1829 October 10

 Item — Box 10, Folder: 02
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

This collection consists of papers collected by various members of the Peter families. It includes letters from George Washington, letters of condolence to Martha Washington after George Washington’s death, estate documents, Major George Peter’s military papers, land plats and surveys, photo albums, letterbooks, and notebooks that tell of the life of this prominent family in Virginia and the City of Washington.

Dates: 1829 October 10

Indenture, between Thomas Peter, executor of the last will and testament of Robert Peter Jr., and John Parke Custis Peter, 1830 October 16

 Item — Box 10, Folder: 03
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

This collection consists of papers collected by various members of the Peter families. It includes letters from George Washington, letters of condolence to Martha Washington after George Washington’s death, estate documents, Major George Peter’s military papers, land plats and surveys, photo albums, letterbooks, and notebooks that tell of the life of this prominent family in Virginia and the City of Washington.

Dates: 1830 October 16

Indenture for conclusion, unsigned, between Aquila Johns and Thomas Peter, 1811 February 20

 Item — Box 9, Folder: 15
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

This collection consists of papers collected by various members of the Peter families. It includes letters from George Washington, letters of condolence to Martha Washington after George Washington’s death, estate documents, Major George Peter’s military papers, land plats and surveys, photo albums, letterbooks, and notebooks that tell of the life of this prominent family in Virginia and the City of Washington.

Dates: 1811 February 20

Indenture, unsigned between Thomas and George Peter and James Peter, 1800s

 Item — Box 9, Folder: 06
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

This collection consists of papers collected by various members of the Peter families. It includes letters from George Washington, letters of condolence to Martha Washington after George Washington’s death, estate documents, Major George Peter’s military papers, land plats and surveys, photo albums, letterbooks, and notebooks that tell of the life of this prominent family in Virginia and the City of Washington.

Dates: 1800s