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From: Dave and Emma Richardson - <>
Subject: Re: [GM-L] Boston Sheriff between 1750 and 1848
Date: Tue, 14 Aug 2001 21:03:49 -0400
here is one. I have more on him
The following advertisements are found in
"The Independent Chronicle
and the Universal Advertiser," February 13, 1783.
"Pursuant to a Writ of Scire-facias Ultagatum, bearing Test the 20th Day of January A.D. 1783, to me directed - I hereby give Notice unto Thomas SacvilleTufton of Groton, in the County of Middlesex, Trader, That unless he appear before the Supreme Judicial Court, next to be holden at Concord, within and for the County of Middlesex, on the 2d Tuesday of April next, and maketh Answer to the several Charges specified in three Indictments of a Grand Jury, in the Supreme Judiciary Court, for uttering and passing sundry counterfeit Bills and Notes, of the Denomination of Fifty Dollars, and of the Tenor and fabricated in Imitation of the good, lawful and current Bills of Credit of the United States of America, established by the Congress of the said United States of the same Denomination, knowing the said Bills to be counterfeit; and also of having in Posession sundry other counterfeit Bills of the same Denomination, knowingly with an Intent to utter and pay the same to some o!
Inhabitants of said United States, as at large set forth in the Indictments aforesaid and shall abide and perform the Judgment that may be given thereon - he will then and there be declared an OUTLAW.
LOAMMI BALDWIN, Sheriff of Middlesex
Pursuant to a Writ of Scire facias Utlagatum, bearing Test the 20th Day of January A.D. 1783 to me directed - I hereby give Notice unto Nathan Raymond of Groton in the County of Middlesex, an Infant, That unless he appear before the Supreme Judicial Court next to be holden at Concord, within and for the County of Middlesex on the 2d Tuesday of April next, and maketh answer to the Charge by the Indictment of a Grand Jury in the Supreme Judicial Court, for uttering and passing one false and counterfeit Note and Bill of the Denomination of Fifty Dollars to one Asa Lawrence for and as, a good, lawful, current Bill of Credit of the United States of America, knowing the same to be counterfeit and shall abide and perform the Judgement that may be given thereon...he will then and there be
declared an OUTLAW.
LOAMMI BALDWIN Sheriff of Middlesex
Subject: Middlesex, MA Counterfeiters in 1783
Source: Groton Historical Series by Dr. Samuel A. Green Vol II 1890 p.45-46
Transcribed by Janice Farnsworth
Delores Tousinau wrote:
> I am trying to find the names of the men who served in the position of
> sheriff in Boston between 1750 and 1848. Also for the men who served
> in the position of Probate Judge during that same tiem frame.
> Thank you
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