Jaffrey, George, 1717-1801

Jaffrey, George, 1717-1801



  • Existence: 1717 - 1801


The town of Jaffrey, NH is named after George Jaffrey who before the Revolution, was judge of the Supreme Court, Councilor, Treasurer of New Hampshire, and one of the Masonian proprietors.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

George Jaffrey notice

Mss 773401.2
Identifier: Mss 773401.2
Date(s): 1773-07-01
Scope and Contents

Notice from George Jaffrey of Portsmouth, N.H. to the Selectman of Kingston, N.H. sums to be collected.

George Jaffrey receipt

Mss 759290
Identifier: Mss 759290
Date(s): 1759-04
Scope and Contents

One page receipt from George Jaffrey, Dover, New Hampshire to Daniel Evans for payment of the provice tax of Dover for 1758.

Jeremiah Mason receipt

Mss 804326
Identifier: Mss 804326
Date(s): 1804-05-26

In English.

Samuel Chesley legal papers

Mss 759355
Identifier: Mss 759355
Date(s): 1759 to 1760
Scope and Contents

Ten legal papers related to Samuel Chesley in clerical hand, signed by George Jaffrey, clerk of the Court. Papers deal with law suits in which Chesley was plaintiff or appellant,