Boyd, Records of correspondence concerning land owned in Georgia. 1830s-1880s

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Material Information

Title:
Boyd, Records of correspondence concerning land owned in Georgia. 1830s-1880s
Series Title:
Boyd Family Papers
Physical Description:
Mixed Material
Language:
English
Creator:
Boyd, Mary E
Creation Date:
1830-1880
Physical Location:
Box: Box 1
Folder: Folder 1

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Boyd family -- Correspondence
Land titles -- Florida
Land titles -- Georgia
History -- Palatka (Fla.)
Civil War in Florida -- 1861-1865
Genre:
Spatial Coverage:
North America -- Florida -- Putnam County -- Palatka

Notes

Summary:
The Boyd family papers include business correspondence of the Boyd and Monroe timber firm, with particular concentration on the 1855 incident of timber confiscation, along with an 1854 account book. Also included are correspondence, land records, tax records, and deeds concerning the family's land in Georgia, which they owned from 1830-1889. A large portion of the collection involves the personal and legal correspondence of Mary E. Boyd with the state of Florida in post-Civil War Palatka concerning the ongoing land claim (1868-1916). In addition to this, the Boyd family's tax and banking records are included.
Scope and Content:
The Boyd papers include business correspondence of the Boyd and Monroe timber firm, with particular concentration on the 1855 incident of timber confiscation, along with an 1854 account book. Also included are correspondence, land records, tax records, and deeds concerning the family's land in Georgia, which they owned from 1830-1889. A large portion of the collection involves the personal and legal correspondence of Mary E. Boyd with the state of Florida in post-Civil War Palatka concerning the ongoing land claim (1868-1916). In addition to this, the Boyd family's tax and banking records are included. Of particular interest to the researcher is Mary Boyd's personal account of the 1862 Civil War gunboat incident, written in 1903 and published in the local newspaper that same year, along with a draft of her informal autobiography. Also of note is the formal letter written in defense of Robert T. Boyd and Peter Monroe, providing witnesses who testify to the two gentlemen's loyalty to the Union. The papers in the collection span from 1830-1916 and are arranged chronologically, with the exception of Mary Boyd's personal "Reminiscences of Palatka" (1903) which precedes her series of correspondence (1854-1916). Oversized plats of land owned in Palatka and the vicinity are included in the collection but have been separated and stored flat.
Biographical:
Mary E. Boyd, born in 1830 in Rhode Island, moved south in 1850 due to her mother's chronic tuberculosis. In 1851, she was married to Robert T. Boyd of Palatka. Robert Boyd, born in Georgia in 1822, was one of the wealthiest men in Palatka by 1850 due to his success in the lumber business with his associate Peter Monroe (also of Georgia) in their firm, Boyd and Monroe. Robert Boyd also served as the local sheriff and tax collector. In July 1855, the firm ran into some legal trouble when one of its cargos of cedar was confiscated in Jacksonville by Timber Agent John G. Pilot on its way to New York under the command of Captain George W. Tuthill. Pilot claimed that the entire cargo had been cut on government property. While the firm Boyd and Monroe was later cleared of this charge, Mary E. Boyd continually, yet unsuccessfully, tried to obtain redress from the state on account that her husband had been mentally afflicted by the incident, dying not long after. The incident proved to nearly completely ruin the family financially. As a result Mary Boyd spent over forty years contesting the states' repossession of the Boyd home due to unpaid debts. Possibly Mary Boyd's most influential impact upon the city of Palatka occurred in 1862 when the Union's U.S.S. Cimarron arrived in Palatka on Oct. 7th commanded by Maxwell Woodhull. Upon its arrival most families fled from their homes to avoid possible capture or death, having been warned by the frantic Governor William D. Moseley himself. Instead of fleeing, Mrs. Boyd and her friend, Mrs. Lynch, attempted to communicate with the gunboat's officers. After several attempts to ensure the officers that they would not be fired on and having stated that she herself was from Rhode Island, Mrs. Boyd was finally allowed to speak with an officer in command. He accepted her claim that the town was passive, and went so far as to declare her the town's heroine: "You have saved lives and property and also saved an old man Governor Mosley from being taken a prisoner of war." Mary E. Boyd died in 1916. Source: Michaels, Brian E. The River Flows North: A History of Putnam County, Florida. Palatka, Florida: Putnam County Archives and History Commission, 1976.
General Note:
Originally derived from archival-level ALEPH record 028332446.
Funding:
Funded by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) as part of the Pioneer Days in Florida Project
Citation/Reference:
Identification of item, Boyd Family Papers, Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
P.K. Yonge Library of Florida History, Special Collections
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
028332446
System ID:
AA00017202:00001

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OF TITLE TO LANDS OWNED BY GEO. E. DODGE.




Plots and grants from the State of Georgia to Peter J. Williams,
T.Tl.n Tr ,,.--, r ... .. . .... i .- 11.., to said
lands. 6UY /B 3
TDw F f,,"i-- n '- n k. P -" . r. .. W. il. dated January
30th, 1834.

Deted January,
1834.

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Onj.p i a mpiifiiig.n nr 1,111 nC i --( nf i
Williams.
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Williams to W. P. Eastman, dated February 11th, 1875.

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Company, dated April 13th, 1875.

,,,I '.r o:.., .. ... . M 1eorge iJ
Dodge, dated February 26th, 1877.

Deed from Peter J. W\illiji, to Stephen Chase, Abraham Colby
and Samuel E. Crocker, dated February 28th, 1834.

Deed from Stephen Chase, Abraham Colby and Samuel E. Crocker
to tile Georgia Lumber Company, dated January 5th, 1835.

Deed from Georgia Lumber Company to tile State of Indiana,
dated September 24th, 1842.

Exemplified copy of a joint resolution of the General Assembly of
tile State o.f Indiana, authorizing the Governor or Agent of State, to
sell lands in Georgia, approved January 16ith, 1849.

Deed from Paris C Dumning,,Governor of the State of Indiana,
to Martin R. Green, dated December 1st, 1849.

Exemplified copy of an Act of the General Assenbly of the State
of Indiana, confirming tile sales of lands in Georgia to Martin R.
Green, approved February 12th, 1851.

Deed from Martin R.. Green to Samuel R. Brooks, dated June '
12th, 1852, to 7-16th undivided interest.

Deed from Martin R. Green to Amus Davis, dated June 12th,
1852, to 7-16th undivided interest.

Deed from Martin R. Green to William Chauncey, dated June
12th, 1852, to 2-16th undivided interest.

T W- a fi- f.... i oi .. ... l.. . I. W illiiin p I-l ..... ....
October 1st, 1868, to all lands except such as were theretofore con-
veyed to Stephen G. Clarke.

Thr f-n gnr. Pt.r n?.. .1..... g..I.. ..n ..i...i. r.n i robe ,
1st, 1868, to a portion of the lands.
T nh'a "Q..~- t'C- ....' .. i.l.lt -.......I4"- lstm-n, dated
October 18th, 18(09, to lands conveyed to him by Samuel R. Brooks.











Deed from Amos Davis to Charles Illius, dated December 16th,
1853, for 1-16th undivided interest.

Deed from Amos Davis to Edmond Monroe, dated May 23d, 1854,
for 1-16th undivided interest.

Deed from Amos Davis to Edmond Monroe, dated April 29th,
1856, for 1-16th undivided interest.

Deed from Amos Davis to William Chauncey, dated May 4th,
1814, for 1-16th undivided interest.
Deed from Amos Davis to William Chauncey, dated June 24th,
1854, for 1-16th undivided interest.

Deed from Amos Davis to Charles A. Peabody, dated May 23d,
1854, for 1-lthl undivided interest.

Deed from Amos Davis to Charles A. Peabody, dated June 23d,
1854, for 1-16th undivided interest.

i lliL.a, Wii, aed June 1st,
1868, conveying saidlands.

a I AV "o w'. ,Aflr mixln Id ted
June st, 1868, conveying said lands.



6Eo qi i tod
w. Edstman, (heirs-at-rlawof Edmond Monroe. deceased) to Eimond
S. IlBb ,-.d B la ,LJ-i"r+ *^: f'nTii .-r Ii en' 7 li.'7, to
W. P. Eastmlan.

heir- ut-law if EIdm o d -r. le. ,r. _1-
,i'jJtL u 'l ')'T 1.i l~ Heirs. etc., to WiTl"iia P.
Eastman.

Deed from Wu illiium 1i ..l.ii..y tI- HLii: .....n q ....i June
1st, 1868, for said lands.





to said lands.

Deeld froi thewid,, w and i heir-,, p_'. ..'N d,
rW',,, r. rf atiTT, 1:e-i4i May 31st, 1870, to sai I lands.

eDtbccii i LJ, ,- uB uLtMip' Jti 1st,
1868, to said lands.

.,Deed from Joseph N. Balister, trustee for George H. Burnes, to.
Samuel R. Brooks, dated July 24th, 1857, to said lands.

Decree in Equity of the Honorable Circuit Court of the United
States, for the Western Division of the Southern District of Georgia,
in the case in equity, of George E. Dodge vs. Briggs, Hall and
Sleeper, Silas P. Butler and others, decreeing a conveyance of said
lands to George E. Dodge.





WALTER T. MCARTHUR,
DEALER IN

Yellow Pine Timber Lands,

EASTMAN AND McARTH-UR, GA.

REFERS BY PERMISSION TO
DODGE, MEIGS & CO., 1. C. PLANT,
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the county of for tax for the year /,y. against ;
the Tax Collector of the county aforesaid, did lately seize the ~-'-' laqd hereinafter described, as the
property the said 6- -C t and after being duly and publicly advertised, agreeably
to law, did, on the day of ----in the year )&.e .
at the place of public sales, in the said county of expose the same at public outcry, rst put-
ting up a part oT said Land, which could not be sold, and then the whole, when '
being the hi est bidder ,thesame was knocked off to at the price or sum of/ /

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the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and 'iind in the year of the Independence
of the United States of America, between the said Tax Collector as aforesaid,
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to him in hand paid by the said ,at and before the sealing and delivery
of these presents, the receipt whereof is he eb acknowledged, hath granted, bargained and sold, and by these presents doth
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together with all and singular the rights, members.ad appurtenanof
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land, being, belonging, or in any wise appertaining; and also all the estate, right, title, interest, property, claim and demand of
the said O a -in law, equity, or otherwise whatsoever, of, in or to the same T HAVE
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enjoyed the same, bad it not been seized and sold under the execution aforesaid.

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CORRECT RETURNS OF PROPERTY FOR TAXATION.


Returns of Property'for Taxation made by of

--------oounty, State of Georgia, for the year 18....--in compliance with an Act approved
December27th, 18.
SEorloN 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Georgia, That forthe purpose of having a full and correct return of the
*real and personal property in this State, itshall be the duty of the Receiver of Tax Returns to present a iatto each tax-payer which
shall contain the following:

1. p yon aabject to Poll Tax? ................................................................................................ .................
S 2 Are on 'a Dagnerrean or other Artist?..? :.......... :........ .. .... ................................ ........ ..
3 Are you a Lawyer?.................. ... .......... .... .. ..........
3 A re you a Law yer? .. ..... .............................................................. ............. ... ....... ........ ... ...... ...... .. ..................
4 Are you a Doctor .. -
4 A re you a D doctor '?..... .. .. ........... ... ......................... ................ ........... ....................................... .... ..........
5 A re you a D dentist ?................. .............................................. .. ...... .... ............. ........................ ..
6 Are you an agent or firm negotiating loans and charging therefore ?........................................ .......
7 Aro you President of a Railroad Company?.................................................................................... .. ... .. ...... .. ......
8 Are yon Superintendent or General Agent of a Railroad. Express, Telegraph, Telephone, Electric
Light or Gas Co. doing business in this State, the President of which does not reside in this State ........
9 Arc you President of an Express, Telegraph, Telephone, Electric Light or Gas Company doing
businessin this State? ................................................. ................. .. .
10 How many hands are employed by you between the ages of-12 and 65 years? .................................
.: I0 I ICIE[ No. DrsT. SEC.
11 How many acres of land, except wild lands, do you own, or of how many are you the holder, either as
parent, husband, trustee, executor, administrator or agent; where is the same located by number,
district and se tion ............. .................. ........................................ ................ ..................... ....... .......... ............... ..................










VALUE.
12 W hat is the value thereof?........................................... ............................. ...... ...
II.IEF IES. No. DiST. SEC.

How many acres of wild land do'you own or represent by number, district and section ?................. .. ......... .










VALUE. TorAL.
SW hat is the value thereof?............................................................................................................ ...

13 What is the value of your improved city or town property, including the improvements thereon?..................... ..................
( What is the value of your unimproved city or town property?........................................... ......
14 How many shares in the bank of which you are President and what is the value thereof? ............ .......... .................
15 How much capital hare you in the ban6 ofwhich you are President as sinking fund or surplus fund
and not represented in the value of the shares?............... .. ............................ ........... .................. ......
16 How much property, real and personal, does the bank of which you are President own, not used in
the banking, and what is the value thereof? .......................... ....................................................
17 How much money or capital has the Building Association, or the Building and Loan Association of
which you are the President, in loans?..........................................................................................

fHow much money on hand ?...... .................. ............. ... ............................... ... .. ........................
SWhat is the cros. value of your n. res. a.:-ount : r :,thor obligation: lor mondv and the market value
I thereo.f whether the same are within or without the State? ....... ............. ....................
19 The value of your merchandise fall kinds on hand?.............. .................... .........I........... .. .........
20 The amount of capital invested in shipping and tonnage? ......... .... ..................... ...............
The amount of capital invested in stocks of companies, other than such companies as are required
S to be returned by the President or their agents to the Comptroller-General?...................... .......... ......... .......
21 How much capital invested in bonds,/except bonds of the United States, and such bonds nf this
State as are exempt by law from taxation.'.................................................................... ........
22 How much capital hasthe Manufacturing Company of which you are President or agent invested
in the manufaelure of woolen or cotton fabrics, including lands, and what is the value of your
stock on hand; and what is your surplus fund?........................................................................._
23 How much capital have you invested in iron works, foundries and machine shops, including machine-
ry and lands'? .... ..................... ................................. .......... ..... ..... ________
21 How much capital have you invested in mining, including lands, and what is your surplus fund?..

SWhat is the value of your household furniture, including your tableware?...... .......................... .............. .............
W hatis the value of your kitchen furniture?............. ........................................... .. .................... .... .... .... .. ................
W hat is the v-alue ofyour office furniture? ....... ......................... ............................... ....... .......
25.
What is the value of your pianos,'organs and other musical instruments?............................... ...... ...... ... . .......
The value of your library, pictures, paintings and statuary? ................ ..... ...... ..... ....................... ..............
SW hat is the value of your sewing m achinea?.......... ............................................... ........ ....................
The value of your gold watches? ................................. .....................
The value of your silver watches?........................ ....................................... ..............................................
26 The value of your watches made from material other than gold or silver?..........................................
The value of gold and silverware?................................................
The value of diamonds and .jwatry worn by owner or not? .... ......................................... ..............

Thie value of horses?. ...
i The value of horses?...... ..... ................................. ... ....... ........... ......... .. ............................. ... .. .. .......
The value of m ules and asses? ........................................ ...
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The value of cattle? ................: ....................................... ......... ....... ...... .. ...... ..
I The value of sheep?
T h e v value o r h ... .e . ......... .. ...... ................................... ....... ...... ....................... ....... ... .. ... ....
T he value goa s ........... ...... .............................................. ..................... ...... ............ ....... .... goats?..
The value of hogs? ................ ................. ..... ............... .... ...... ...... ....... ...... ... ..........
2 {The value or carriages, wagons and buggies? ................................................ ..... ..... ................. ... .
The value of agricultural tools, implements and machinery? .................. .. ..... ..... ......
29 The value of cotton, corn and other farm products on hand and lor sale?........ ............... ....
SThe value of portable saw-mills, gins, engines and other machinery, or of such or other ma-
chinery, stationary or otherwise, and not returned as partof realty?........... .........................
What is the value ofyour turpentine stills and appurtenances? ........... ......... ....... .............. ...
30 What is the value of your leases or leased privileges or assets of like ehar ter?.. ................... .... ...............
Value of guns, pistols, bowie knives andsuch articles? ............................. .................. .. ..... ... ...... .. ... ............
The value of ll other property not herein mentioned?...... .......................... ................... ...........


ScertoN I-. I do solemnly swear that Ihave carefully-read tor have heard read) and have duly considered the questions pro-
pounded in the foregoing tax list, and that the value placed by me on the property returned, as shown by said list, is .at the true
market value thereof; and I further swear that I returned, for the purpose of being taxed thereon, every species-of properly fll'nt'[-
own in my own right, or hare control of, either as agent, executor, administratnrorotherwise. nnd that in making ~o;d r.tulirn,
forth purpose of beingtaoed 'hereon.T have nt attempted, either bv tranul'rrin O my properrtv to another or by nnv other means,
sought to evade the laws goverana taxation in this State. I do further swear that in making, said return I have done so by estiicat-
ing the true northh and value of every speciesoforoperty contained therein, which oath shall be subscribed by the persons making
the return, and thusaRlinistration and taking of the oath shall be attested by the Receiver of Tax Returns, but the oalh of non-rest-
denta, females and sick persons may be taken and subscribed beforeiany person authorized to administer an oath and forwarded
to the Receiver. T
Sworn to and subscribed before mc this _... .. ..... ...... .................... ...........day oft" .. ...... ....... . B ...

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