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Collection — Box: 63
Scope and Contents Includes indentures for apprentices, estray notices, bankruptcy petitions, marriage records, receipts from the County Treasurer signed by Sangamon County Clerk, Charles R. Matheny and documents from the County Commissioner regarding businesses such as the ferry, taverns and general store.
Dates: Created: 1827 - 1836
Collection — Box: 76
Scope and Contents Estray notices for Sangamon County, Illinois include those from Sugar Creek, Sand Ridge, Lick Creek, Richland Creek, Rock Creek and Clary's Grove and are signed by various justices of the peace including Nathaniel Compton, Job Fletcher, Elihu Stout, Robert Armstrong, Samuel Berry and others.
Dates: Created: 1821 - 1830
Collection — Box: 77
Scope and Contents Estrays transcribed and sent to the Sangamon County clerk from early county post offices: Berlin, Irish Grove, Middletown, and Sangamon (changed to Salisbury in 1839) by justices of the peace. All are sent to Charles R. Matheny or N. W. Matheny, the clerk of Sangamon County.
Dates: Created: 1835 - 1840
Collection — Box: 59
Scope and Contents Receipt for payment of registering and advertising an estray written to Alan Emmerson, the grandfather of Illinois Governor Louis L. Emmerson, 1929-1933.
Dates: Created: January 2, 1832