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Lawyer's ledger, Windsor County, Vermont, 1817-1834.
Hatch and Washburn.
Library Call Number Copy Material Location
Vermont Historical Society Library  XMSC 23:4  Manuscript  Vault-Manuscript 

Corporate Author : Hatch and Washburn.
Title : Lawyer's ledger, Windsor County, Vermont, 1817-1834.
Physical Description : 1 vol. ; 42 cm.
Summary :

Account records of Hatch and Washburn dating from 1817 to 1831. The ledger also contains separate accounts for Reuben P. Washburn's law practice dating from 1820 to 1834. The ledger includes an alphabetized index.

Biographical or historical data :

Uriel Chittenden Hatch was born in East Hartford, Connecticut on October 21, 1780. He married Narcissa Beach in 1803. He studied law with Stephen R. Bradley of Westminster, Vermont, and moved to Cavendish, Vermont in 1805 to open a law practice there. He was served as judge in the Windsor County Probate District from 1816 to 1822. In 1817 he set up a law partnership with Reuben P. Washburn. He died June 19, 1848.

Reuben P. Washburn was born on December 30, 1781, in Leicester, Massachusetts. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1808 and studied law with Judge Jackson of Boston, Massachusetts. He married Hannah Thacher on October 10, 1813 in Lynn, Masschusetts. He practiced law in Lynn, Massachusetts until 1817, when he moved to Cavendish, Vermont. There he formed a partnership with Uriel C. Hatch. In 1825 he moved to Ludlow, Vermont. He was served as judge in the Windsor County Probate Court from 1838 to 1845. He died April 30, 1860.

Related Collections : Related material may be found in the Royce-Washburn papers, Doc 14-23 and MSC 48-53.
Subject Term : Lawyers Accounting Vermont Windsor County.
Genre/Form : Ledgers.
Occupation : Lawyers
Added Author : Hatch, Uriel C., 1780-1848.
Washburn, Reuben P., 1781-1860.