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 783462
Overview In English.
Identifier: Mss 777220.1
Overview Notice to the proprietors of Hanover of a meeting, lists five matters to be acted on concerning the property in Hanover, mentions John House (1744-1825), Moody Freeman (1753-1828) and Isaac Walbridge (1745-1882).
Identifier: Mss 805581
Overview Notice to proprietors of Hanover to meet at Benjamin Hatch' Inn to take up town business an settle line between Canaan and Hanover. Votes to assess each proprietor $ 4 to be used in action against Canaan.
Identifier: Mss 795607
Overview Notice to proprietors of Hanover to meet at Benjamin Hatch's Inn and minutes of town meeting, signed by Jonathan Freeman (1745-1808).
Identifier: Mss 781213.1
Overview Order from the selectmen of Hanover to Nathaniel Benton to collect 54 pounds to buy wheat flour to store in Hanover, includes list of towns people and amounts they are to be taxes, signed by Jonathan Freeman and others.
Identifier: Mss 797174
Scope and Contents Letter from Otis Freeman of Hanover to Jon. Freeman regarding Lottery. Town Meeting House has burned down.
Identifier: Mss 797365
Scope and Contents Letter from Otis Freeman of Hanover to Jon. Freeman giving him results of election and discusses addressee's personal affairs.
Identifier: Mss 799112.1
Scope and Contents Letter from Otis Freeman of Hanover to Jon. Freeman informing him that he is afraid French influence will divide some of the States from the Union.
Identifier: Mss 799161
Scope and Contents Letter from Otis Freeman of Hanover to Jon. Freeman regarding legislature and politics.
Identifier: Mss 800160.1
Scope and Contents Letter from Otis Freeman of Hanover to Jon. Freeman, informing him that Capt. Thomas Durkee has died of pleurisy and Mr. Parker at 97. Writer wants to know best price for "Soldiers right". Also if there is any way to get soldiers wages put into hands of a paymaster not insolvent and who never pays any payments.