Freeman, Jonathan, 1745-1808
- Existence: 1745 - 1808
Jonathan Freeman (1745-1808) was a Trustee of Dartmouth College from 1793-1808 as well as Financier of Dartmouth College from 1789-1808. In 1797, Freeman was elected to the U.S. Congress where he served until 1801. As an original Hanover settler and prominent landholder, Freeman was responsible for the first survey of the village as well as its design with the Green at the center.
Found in 122 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Mss 000190
Overview In English.
Identifier: Mss 800113
Scope and Contents Letter from Joseph Lewis of Norwich to Jon. Freeman asking addressee to give any assistance desired by brother in Philadelphia.
Identifier: Mss 798104
Scope and Contents Letter from unidentified author to Jon. Freeman with a receipt for lottery tickets in Dartmouth College Lottery.
Identifier: Mss 801168
Scope and Contents Letter from Moody Freeman of Johnstown to Jonathan Freeman thanking Jonathan Freeman for $50 by means of which the writer was discharged from gaol.
Identifier: Mss 798359
Scope and Contents Letter from Moses Fisk of Hanover to J. Freeman telling him that he has become editor of "The Eagle" and desires addressee to send federal articles for publication.
Identifier: Mss 798408
Scope and Contents Letter from Moses Fisk of Hanover to Jon. Freeman thanking addressee for papers.
Identifier: Mss 799676
Scope and Contents Letter from Moses Fisk of Tenn. to J. Freeman, discussing the monarchial tendencies of times and taxation in Tennessee.
Identifier: Mss 799112
Scope and Contents Letter from Moses Fisk of Hanover to Jon. Freeman on extensive circulation of federal proceedings by means of publising the journals of Congress in the daily papers.
Identifier: Mss 798115
Scope and Contents Letter from Nat. Rogers of Newmarket to Jon. Freeman regarding politics.
Identifier: Mss 798368
Scope and Contents Letter from Nat. Rogers of Newmarket to Jon. Freeman in which he discusses federal politics. Believes French Money and prejudices enter too much into our government.