Western Pequot Overseer Account from June 1823 to June 1824

Pequot Tribe of Indians in Account with Eneas Morgan as Overseer
 
 
To supplies furnished and services from June 20, 1823 to June 1824 as follows:
 
 
 
Debit
 
 
 
To Charles Chester as per bill
$16.30
To John Wilcox as per bill
42.53
To Thomas Hallet as per bill
35.23
To Mark Daniels as per bill
62.17
To stone wall, eighteen rods, at 75 cents per rod Mark Daniels
13.50
To eleven rods stone wall Thomas Smith at 50 cents per rod
5.50
To Holden Prosser seven rods of stone wall
5.00
To Jonas Latham three rods of stone wall at 67 per rod
2.00
Postage of two letters
.20
To Eneas Morgan’s account as per bill
35.22
To paid Isaac Gallup for coffin for Indian child
1.25
To paid Phillip Gray, Esq. taking depositions
2.00
To William F. Brainard for services in Hartford[1]
45.00
To paid Doctor George Downer as per bill
18.00
To one dollar paid William Randall for services
1.00
To Court fee
 + .81
 
285.71
To my services this second day of March 1825
+ .70
 
$286.41
 
 
 
 
By rents and profits of land from April 1, 1823 to April 1, 1824 as follows:
 
 
 
Improved by Charles Chester
$48.00
Improved by John Willcox
52.25
Improved by Thomas Hallet
30.00
Improved by Mark Daniels
52.50
Improved by Thomas Smith
22.50
Improved by Holden Prosser
20.00
Improved by Jonas Latham
4.00
Improved by eight loads of wood, different qualities, to Thomas Hallet
2.67
By 125 feet timber at 2 cents per foot
2.50
By twelve loads of wood at 1 shilling per foot
2.00
By three loads cord wood 75 cents and eight logs for boards to John Wilcox
2.00 
By sixteen loads of wood Avery Bill at 1 shilling per load
2.67
By 900 feet of small timber at 50 cents per hundred to Philip Gray 
4.50
By 600 feet of timber at $1 per hundred to James Fanning
6.00
By 1867 feet of timber, different qualities, at 75 cents per hundred to Charles Hewitt1
14.00
By quantity of birch and maple joist and boards to John Wilcox
3.00
By balance due on the preceding settlement 
17.07
By three cords of coal wood at 25 cents per cord
 + .75
 
$286.41
 
 
This day made settlement in the above account
 
Eneas Morgan, Overseer
 
March 2, 1825
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Judicial Action: Pequot Indians Overseer’s Account, Eneas Morgan. Allowed, March 1825
 
Docketing: 204 / 487
 
 
 
 
 
  • 1. Due to the number of individuals with the Charles Hewitt and their overlapping lifespans, it is difficult to identify which Charles Hewitt this is.