5 edition of Benjamin Chew 1722-1810 found in the catalog.
March 1, 2007 by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
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Attractive Revolutionary War-era Pennsylvania almanac with contemporary combed pattern paste paper wrappers. The almanac was interleaved with blank leaves, a few now bearing contemporary handwritten annotations. The annotations in the almanac note the deaths or anniversary of the deaths of various people, record small loans, and report on the comings and goings of prominent : Thomas Bradford.
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Benjamin Chew [Konkle, Burton Alva] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Benjamin Chew Chief Justice of Pennsylvania Benjamin Chew, Esq. () was a third generation American: a patriot, a traitor, an Anglican, a Quaker, and the father of a dozen daughters.
Benjamin Chew was the son of Samuel Chew, a physician and first Chief Justice of Delaware, and Mary Galloway Chew (–). Chew took an interest in the field of law at an early age. Inwhen he was 15 years old, he began to read law in the Philadelphia offices of the former Attorney General of Pennsylvania, Andrew Hamilton, then the Burial: Saint Peter's Episcopal Churchyard.
AN understanding of Benjamin Chew, who was born and reared a Quaker, is secured in much the same way as an appreciation of Philadelphia. No one can catch the real character of the Quaker City—now no longer dominantly Quaker—without first grasping the fact that her first three-quarters of a century of foundations was laid by that dominant body.
Chief Justice Benjamin Chew () was the only surviving son of Dr. Samuel Chew and his first wife, Mary Galloway. Born in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, he would eventually serve as recorder of Philadelphia, attorney general, recorder-general, and chief justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania under the colonial government.
Benjamin Chew (Novem – Janu ) was a fifth-generation American, a Quaker-born legal scholar, a prominent and successful Philadelphia lawyer, head of the Pennsylvania Judiciary System under both Colony and Commonwealth, and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Province of was well known for his precision and brevity in making legal arguments as.
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Get this from a library. Benjamin Chew, head of the Pennsylvania judiciary system under Colony and Commonwealth. [Burton Alva Konkle]. BENJAMIN CHEW'S RECEIPT BOOK - Nancy E. Richards Chief Researcher Cliveden.
Introduction: The life and times of Benjamin Chew ( ) merit serious study on several levels. As one of the leading jurists of his day, Chew enjoyed considerable political prestige. A protégé of the. end of his life, inBenjamin Chew had amassed a sizable fortune from land speculation and his legal practice.
Benjamin Chew’s son Benjamin Jr. () had become increasingly involved in his father’s affairs, practicing law with him, and managing the elder Benjamin’s land holdings.
SLAVERY, CONSUMPTION, AND SOCIAL CLASS: A BIOGRAPHY OF CHIEF JUSTICE BENJAMIN CHEW () Benjamin Chew’s highly visible life as a public official is critical to understanding how Philadelphia’s elite families mobilized into a dominant social cohort over the last third of the eighteenth century, as well as howAuthor: Brian Hanley.
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Slavery, consumption, and social class: a biography of Chief Justice Benjamin Chew () Author: Hanley, Brian. Published: () Benjamin Chew correspondence to Tench Tilghman, Author: Benjamin Chew, Year: Chew's estate:  Author: Chew, Benjamin.
Brief of title to two certain tracts of land in Germantown, belonging to the estate of Benjamin Chew Published: () Benjamin Chew journal Author: Chew, Benjamin Miller, Alphonse B. Review of Benjamin Chew Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. Vol. (May ) pp – Shepherd, Raymond V.
Cliveden and Its Philadelphia – Chippendale Furniture: A Documented History. Chew House, Germantown, Philad., taken April Summary - Chew, Benjamin,Homes & haunts--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia Book/Printed Material Cliveden Welcome to Cliveden A brief overview of the Cliveden and Upsala mansions and their history are available at this site.
Site also includes such information as mission statements. This table may have been first owned by Chief Justice Benjamin Chew () or purchased by him from Governor John Penn (). Born in Maryland, Chew trained as a lawyer in London before returning to America where he settled in Philadelphia by Francis was the author of a "commonplace" book praised by Horace Binney for its usefulness throughout several decades after its publication.
Benjamin Chew. Benjamin Chew () had an unsurpassed knowledge of common and statutory law and was known for his solid judgment, superior memory and a remarkable work ethic.
Slavery, Consumption, and Social Class: A Biography of Chief Justice Benjamin Chew () A Biography of Chief Justice Benjamin Chew () Brian Hanley HistoryAmerican Biographies Benjamin Chew's Receipt Book, Richards, Benjamin Chew's Receipt Book, 2.
Author: Brian Hanley. Cliveden was built by local German craftsmen as a summer home for prominent lawyer Benjamin Chew, Sr. () and his family as a respite from heat and yellow fever epidemics.
During the American Revolutionary War, the property was at the center of the Battle of Germantown in Built by: Benjamin Chew. Series 1. Samuel Chew (),undated, (Boxes ) A. Accounts Samuel Chew's account book lists debts owed by individuals in chronological order, with notations regarding the volumes where details of the account were listed.
In the credit column of the account book, the line items indicate how debts were Size: 1MB. John Chew was an early settler at Jamestown, Virginia, the first English colony in North America, established in The Chews became at once identified with the growing colony, serving as sheriffs, clerks, and esquires of the county besides participating in every war from the first Indian battles to the close of the Revolutionary War, Civil War and War of The elaborate country house was built in by Benjamin Chew (–), a Quaker and chief justice of the colonies, and something of a fence-straddler during the Revolution.
The slaves of Benjamin Chew () were found both here and at his other home in the city. Benjamin Chew’s father, Dr. Samuel Chew () was a plantation owner in Delaware and Maryland. Of his three plantations in Kent County, Delaware, the largest was Whitehall. Purchased inonly two years before Dr. Chew’s death, WhitehallFile Size: 59KB.
(2) Benjamin CHEW (), American jurist and politician (monograph by B. Konkle, _Benjamin Chew, â Head of the Pennsylvania Judiciary System under Colony and Commonwealth_,and article in the _Dictionary of National Biography_).
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CHEW, Benjamin () PA. Konkle, Burton A. Benjamin Chew. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, (An extensive and scholarly biography. Very thorough index which may be helpful to those researching his contemporaries.) Return to index.
CHEW, Larkin (c) VA Crozier, William Armstrong. Benjamin Chew,silhouette 35 Introduction to Third Edition, William Birch's Philadelphia Views Second Street north from Market Street, with Christ Church, engraved by William Birch Alverthorpe, residence of Joshua Francis Fisher View of the grounds at Alverthorpe Chew () was active and influential in state politics and, in addition to serving as Chief Justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, was the attorney for the Penn family.
A silhouette portrait of Chew, at is seen here. Wilcocks () was Chew’s son-in-law, law partner, judge and recorder of deeds in Philadelphia. When Benjamin Chew sold White Hall in i, it contained acres (Kent Co. Deed Book Ci, #23 [I]). 5 Burton Alva Konkle, Benjamin Chew, (Philadelphia, I), Charles was born on 25 Apr in Baltimore, Maryland, the son of John Eager Howard and Margaret Oswald Chew.
He died on 18 Jun in Oakland, Maryland. His wife was Elizabeth Phoebe Key, who he married on 9 NOV in Georgetown, Maryland. Konkle, Benjamin Chew, Head of the Pennsylvania Judiciary System Under Colony and Commonwealth (eb ) Hall, Benjamin Franklin and a Case of Christmas Murder (The Benjamin Franklin Mysteries) (pb ) Hagedorn, Benjamin Franklin and Chess in Early America: A Review of the Literature (eb ).
Seitz devotes one chapter to Chief Justice Benjamin Chew's () Whitehall Plantation, the largest in Delaware with acres and 60 slaves. He first grew tobacco, and later diversified into wheat, fodder and livestock. Seitz reprints correspondence between Benjamin Chew in Philadelphia and his overseers during the s.
One of the original owners of this tract, Benjamin Chew () had once been Chief Justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, had admired Hunting Lot, and once wrote about its "excellent - upland meadow." (Chew's son in law, Alexander Wilcocks  was prominent in Philadelphia, as a lawyer, judge and recorder of deeds.).
This book answers these questions while telling the story of the changes in citizenship from the perspective of participation rights, a subject that has fascinated me since I studied the civic education efforts of the Mexican state to create a "democratic culture" during key years of democratization.
benjamin chew book by eliot Author: Luicy Pedroza. Benjamin Chew (–), son of Dr. Samuel Chew (–) and Mary Galloway Chew of Maryland, moved from Delaware to Philadelphia c He held a number of posts in the provincial government, including attorney general from –69, member of the council from to the Revolution, and Speaker of the assembly of the Lower Counties.
Richard Allen was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in February His parents were the property of Benjamin Chew (–), a prominent lawyer and the chief justice of the state's High Court of Errors and Appeals.
AroundChew's law practice experienced a decline, and Chew sold Richard's family to a farmer named Stokeley. Other prominent individuals whose names appear in this collection are Philadelphia jurist Benjamin Chew (); surgeon D.J.
Brinton (); and Horace Binney (), a lawyer, justice, and national politician who was an outspoken member of the Federalist party, and widely considered one of the leaders of the Philadelphia bar. Burton Alva Konkle, Benjamin Chew, (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, ) Nancy E.
Richards, “The City Home of Benjamin Chew, Sr., and his Family: A Case Study of the Textures of Life” (typescript; Philadelphia: Cliveden of the National Trust, Inc., ).CHEW Family Tree The data shown here is the best currently know for the CHEW family.
The evolution of the CHEW family name was from the following: de Cheux from Normandy; le Cu from Devonshire; de Chyu from Somersetshire; del Cho from Lancashire; del Chue from Lancashire; le Keu from Suffolk; de chue from Somersetshire; de Chewe from .The receipt book of Benjamin Chew, * Annotated verbatim transcript of page receipt book kept by Benjamin Chew (), in Cliveden Chew Family Archives.
Includes 88 page annotated finding guide to names listed in receipt book. Compiled by Nancy E. Richards, c. See also.