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William B. Baldwin Records

 Unprocessed — drawer: MD 4
Identifier: H2002-033

Content Description

This collection consists of a map, abstract of title, survey notes, a German insurance form, and tax receipts. The land that the Baldwin’s held was in Hutchinson County.

Acquisition Type

Gift

Restrictions Apply

No

Dates

  • 1974-1929, 1937

Extent

0.25 Cubic Feet

Inventory

Map of the state of South Dakota showing crop statistics for the year 1907. Copyright 1907 by E. Frank Peterson. Will A. Beach Printing Company of Sioux Falls. Abstract of Title, Hutchinson County, Township 98 Range 58 section 35, July 9, 1886. Farmer Insurance Company of Scotland, South Dakota, 1905. Document written completely in german. Issued to William B. Baldwin, grandfather of Grace Pedley. Survey notes for Township 98 Range 58 section 26. Survey performed by E.D. Palmer for William Baldwin, August 22, 1902 Warrantee Deed from Norman B. Baldwin and Mary F. Balwin to William B. Baldwin, September 11, 1874. Certified form confirming that Norman B. Baldwin deeded to William B. Baldwin Township 98 Range 58 SE section 35, July 29, 1886. Warranty Deed of William B. Baldwin and wife, Loresa, to Mr. Andrews for Township 98 Range 58 SE section 35, August 4, 1886. Receipt of Attorney David W. Scott certifying that Township 98 Range 58 section 35 was patented to Norman Baldwin on October 30, 1874. Warranty Deed of Sidney E. Tilton and Katharine Tilton, to William B. Baldwin for Township 98 Range 58 NE section of 35, January 23, 1911. Warranty Deed of Walter R. Zink to William Baldwin for Township 13 Range 6 section 7&8, January 19, 1929. Tax receipts for William B. Baldwin for Township 98 Range 58 section 26, 34 & 35 Township 97 Range 58 Section 23: May 23, 1876, January 7, 1878, January 26, 1880, December 22, 1881, February 1, 1884, January 27, 1885, June 30, 1888, January 31, 1890, October 2, 1891, September 17, 1892, September 12, 1894. Tax Receipt for William A. Baldwin, Township 98 Range 58 Sections 23, 34 and 35, November 9, 1937.