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 120 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Mss 805302
Overview In English.
Identifier: Mss 794162.1
Content Description Manuscript receipt in the hand of Jonathan Freeman for the Trustees of Dartmouth College, describing a land transfer of 200 acres in Landaff, NH to the College by Nathaniel Peabody. Nathaniel Hovey of Landaff was the recipient of the deed valued at $500.
Identifier: Mss 794130
Scope and Contents Letter from Richard Lang of Salem to Jon. Freeman informing him that he cannot pay debt at present moment.
Identifier: Mss 798214
Scope and Contents Letter from Richard Lang of Hanover to Jon. Freeman, describing fire at college and wants addressee to buy fire engine in Philadelphia for College. Addressee is taking up subscription for engine.
Identifier: Mss 801231
Scope and Contents Letter from Roger Hovey of Hanover to Jon. Freeman with a receipt for $6.47 for blacksmith work.
Identifier: Mss 788651.1
Overview In English.
Identifier: Mss 796621
Scope and Contents Letter from Sam. Crosby of Charlestown to Jon. Freeman, sending $63.00 and unsold lottery tickets.
Identifier: Mss 798512
Scope and Contents Letter from T. Thompson of Salisbury to Jon. Freeman, informing him that action between the College and Dealph is to be decided at Amherst. Addressee attendance is required.
Identifier: Mss 797257
Scope and Contents Letter from Thom. Bellows of Walpole to Jon. Freeman regarding Lottery and appointment of military officers.
Identifier: Mss 797323
Scope and Contents Letter from Thomas Bellows of Walpole N.H. to Jon. Freeman regarding election and politics.