1797-1814 - 6 1/2 Pages of Accounting Notes - The Doane Family of Connecticut


This is a set of 6 1/2 pages (all are double-sided) of accounting notes from a Stephen Miller (shop owner) that concerns the Doane family of Connecticut. Elkanah Doane (1776-1856) is a prominent name in this set of accounting pages and he was directly descended from Deacon John Doane who landed in Plymouth, MA in 1630. Elkanah Doane was the first to move to Connecticut and he lived in Saybrook Point, CT. He was a farmer and prominent man in the town. His sons and daughters are also listed in this set of accounting pages. 

These pages would be wonderful sitting on an early desk or table in your home.

Antique ephemera from Connecticut are rare and these pages are a wonderful insight into the lives of Connecticut families in late 18th to early 19th century America.

They are 6" x 15" long.

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