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Title North Frankfort Documents
Object Name Deed
Scope & Content 2009.54.7 - Grouping of historic documents from the Estate of Russell & Mary Marshall. This box contains documents related to North Frankfort, including:
a. Abstract of Title, The Frankfort Printing Company, Main Street & Catfish Alley, 09/23/1910;
b. Certificate of Tax Sale, 1898, by Sheriff of Franklin County;
c - Memo of Title, Methodist Church lot, Washington, Street;
d - Abstract of Title, Thorn Hill Park, marked for John R. Sower;
e - Letter from Mr. John R. Walters, Ford & Johson Co., Frankfort in regards to deed from John E. Glenn & wife, 1906; & abstract of title;
f - Abstract of Title Old Theo Davis property, NW Corners Clinton & Washington Streets
for D. L. Kennedy, 1912;
g - Trustee of the Mary K Williams Home for Orphans, Deed of Release, Hugh C. McKee, 1916;
h - Abstract of Title, lot Broadway Street, South side between Wilkinson St. & Alley near Railroad Bridge belonging to D. L. Kennedy & to be sold to Henry Ringold, July, 1918;
i - Partial Abstract of title to lot of Ford Buckner, colored, on Holmes Street, nearly out to the Country Club;
j - By-Laws & Articles of Incorporation of the Franklin Grain Products Company;
k - Copy of contract between West Virginia Export Timber Co. & Leland Banning;
L - Copy Hattie Twyman & Lucy Twyman deed to Dulin Moss, Cat Fish Alley to Washington Street;
m- Abstract of title of lot belonging to John E. Glenn on Clinton Street;
n - Indenture made between W. J. Gorman and Genevieve Weitzel Gorman and Mary Belle Taylor Hay and C. W. Hay, Capitol Heights, 1914;
o - Amendment to an Act relating to Saw Logs & Timber;
p - Contract between Emma & George Farmer and Mary K. Williams Home for Orphans situated on the Bridgeport and Farmdale Turnpike near the Little Benson Church (colored);
q - W. J. Gorman & wife to Sam & Barbara Blacketer two lots in Thorn Hill Heights, 1921;
r - Agreement between Mary C. Brandenburg, of Lee County and the Eversole Lumber Company, 1913;
s - Indenture between Jas. W. & Sarah C. True and trustees of the Mary K. Williams Home for Orphans, lots in Thorn Hill Park near Owen Turnpike road;
t - Abstract for 3 lots on East Clinton Street, back of Prison, of New England Chair Co.;
u - letter, with tattered enveloped addressed to Mr. Daniel W. Lindsey, Jr. from the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co. of Newark, NJ; dated 03/18/1914; includes two booklets;
v - Abstract of title for lot on High Street (and part on Clinton Street) belonging to John D. & Mary C. Griffin (widow of T. J. Griffin);
w - Amendment of Articles of Incorporation of Kentucky River Saw Mill Association, 1912;
x - Indenture between Hannah C. & Albin Pilkington and Eversole Lumber company a parcel of ground situated on the south bank of the Kentucky River, fronting partly on the North side of Second Street, between Murray and Fowler Streets;
y - Agreement between West Virginia Export Timber Co. & Leland Banning;
z - Eversole Lumber company Log Contract (not filled out);
aa - Incorporation papers for the River Lumber Dealers Protective Association;
bb - Agreement between the Swan-Day Lumber co., The Belle Point Lumber Co., Foreman-Earle Lumber Co., Mowbray & Robinson, The J. D. Hughes Lumber Co., the Eversole Lumber Co., Kenney Bros. Lumber Co., the Basil E. Kenney Lumber Co.;
cc - Indenture between B. Weitzel, W. Goins, B. Wright, L. Coleman, E. Roberts & Webster Griffin for purchase of gasoline boat "Pamona" in the Kentucky River called "Old Taylor Boat Club", 1914;
dd - Large group of hand written pages, looks like a title search, mentioned are High and Clinton Street; John, Thomas & William Griffin, John & Sallie Griffin; Thomas & E. M. Curry, James & Mary Shannon, John Cane (clerk) & Reuben Samuel (cabinet maker); John Bacon & Elijah Berry & many others;
ee - Lease between the Eversole Lumber Company and the Ohio River Saw Mill Company, two parcels of land bordering Second Street, Logan Street and the Kentucky River, 1910;
ff - hand-written notes - in pencil, includes six entries headed "City Tax 1907";
gg - Abstract of title, upon which is situated a store room, which is not occupied by Mrs. C. A. Sutherland and situated on the West side of St. Clair Street between Broadway & Main;
hh - By-laws of the Kentucky River Poplar Company;
ii - handwritten Abstract of Title of farm of E. S. Petty;
jj - By-Laws of the Frankfort Taxi and Sales Company;
kk - typed papers concerning the Branch Bank of Kentucky and the Franklin County Court House;
LL - Contract and agreement between Mary Ashmore (single) and B. F. Adcock of Paris, KY for land near Frankfort & Versaillers Turnpike Road;
mm - Sheriff's (G. Bain Moore) deed for A. G. Barrett property;
nn - Indenture between Henry & Cecilia Ringold between L. S. Graham, E. W. Gullion, W. B. Bryant and T. R. Wiard, corporate Committee of Capital Lodge No. 6, Independent Order of Odd Fellows;
oo - Letter and general papers with instructions (not filled out) from the United States Corporation Company of New York;
pp - bankruptcy papers for Kentucky River Poplar Company, c. 1909;
qq - Envelope addressed to Hon. Weissinger Lindsay, Frankfort, KY from the Office of KY Attorney General; Letter addressed to Hon. Weissinger Lindsay concerning property of Sallie & William Saffell and their property on the South side of Fourth Street between Campbell and Capitol Avenue and a right of passage, with copy & hand written notes;
rr - Envelope addressed to R. L. Greene, Esq., c/o Greene, Van Winkle & Schoolfield, Frankfort from national Bank of Kentucky, Louisville; about settlement of debt of H. C. Pilkington, including cancelled checks;
ss - Survey-type mape of East Clinton St., Prop. Ford Johnson co., Jan 29 - 1907, showing Jillson property, prison and Col. Church;
tt - Abstract of title to lot of Mrs. Annie O'Donnell on the South side of Clinton Street;
uu - Typed letter to Hon. Jas P. Lewis, Secretary of State, Frankfort, KY, dated May 8, 1918, referring to section 203 of the War Finance Act and its relation to the work of the Capital issues Committee, from Kenneth Barnard, Asst. Secy of that committee;
Classification Business & Commerce
People McElroy, Russell Lee
Sower, John Rodman
True, James W.
Pilkington, Hannah
Sutherland, Mrs. C. A.
Greene, R. L.
Moore, G. Bain
Barrett, A. G.
Petty, E. S.
Ashmore, Mary
Pilkington, Albin
Berry, Elijah
Bacon, John
Cane, John
Samuel, Reuben
Curry, Thomas
Shannon, James
Griffin, Webster
True, Sarah
Walters, John R.
Lindsey, Daniel Weisiger, Jr.
O'Donnell, Mrs. Annie
Lewis, James P.
Farmer, Emma
Pilkington, H. C.
Farmer, George
Blacketer, Sam
Blacketer, Barbara
Glenn, John E.
Banning, Leland
Gorman, W. J.
Gorman, Genevieve Weitzel
Hay, Mary Belle Taylor
Hay, C. W.
Moss, Dulin
Twyman, Hattie
Twyman, Lucy
Davis, Theo
Kennedy, D. L.
Weissinger, Lindsey
Saffell, William
Saffell, Sallie
McKee, Hugh C.
Ringold, Henry
Ringold, Cecilia
Buckner, Ford
Subjects The Frankfort Printing Company
Franklin Grain Products Company
Kentucky River Saw Mill Association
River Lumber Dealers Protective Association
World War I
Old Taylor Boat Club
High Street
Second Street
Fourth Street
Griffin family
New England Chair Company
Kentucky River Poplar Company
Independent Order of Odd Fellows
Branch Bank of Kentucky
Franklin County Court House
Frankfort Taxi and Sales Company
Prison
St. Clair Street
Saw Logs & Timber
Thorn Hill Heights
Farmdale Turnpike
Eversole Lumber Company
Little Benson Church
Main Street
Catfish Alley
First Methodist Church
Capitol Heights
Washington Street
Thorn Hill Park
Ford & Johnson Co.
Clinton Street
Mary K. Williams Home for Orphans
Broadway
Holmes Street
African Americans
Lumber industry
Prison laborers
Prisons
Belle Point Lumber Company
Kenney Bros. Lumber Company
Catalog Number 2009.54.7