New York State Archives
This series contains copies of certificates of appointment, submitted by the county clerk to the state Comptroller. Each form gives name of notary public, term of office, signature of governor's private secretary, and sworn affidavit. Forms are present only for Rensselaer County, and even these are apparently a fragmentary series
New York State Archives
These monthly reports were submitted to the Governor's office in accordance with legislation of 1908 (Chapter 246) and 1909 (Consolidated Laws, Chapter 18) amending sections of the Executive Law (Laws of 1892, Chapter 683) which specified fees to be collected and information to be reported by county clerks -- The reports provide the following categories of information: date (sometimes); appointments revoked by failure to qualify (names and addresses); qualified as a notary for the county during the month (names and addresses); amount paid upon qualifying; amount retained by county clerk; open appointments (names and addresses of persons appointed as notaries who had not yet qualified but whose time to qualify did not expire during the month); certificate filed (names and addresses of notaries holding an appointment in another county who filed a certificate indicating such from the clerk of that county, along with a certified copy of the appointment, allowing them to act as a notaries ... Read More
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Commissions and seals of notaries public filed in circuit court under Chapter 12, Section 9 of the 1858 Rev. Stats
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Contains 3 certificates signed and sealed by the Wisconsin governor
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Record listing justices of the peace elected, 1857-1884, by year and town; deputees appointed, 1875 and 1877; notary public appointments and expiration dates, 1871-1887; court commissioners, 1871-1878; and constables by year and town, 1877-1881
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Register of elected or appointed court and county officers and justices. Included are notaries public, justices of the peace, county supervisors, court commissioners and reporters, deputy sheriffs, county and municipal judges, deputy clerks, constables, and police. Entries give town or city of residence, name, date of commission or appointment, and date commision expires -- Volume 1 dates ca. 1864-1881; Volume 2, 1881-1909; Volume 3, 1908-1943
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Register of elected or appointed court and county officers and including but not limited to justices of the peace, judges, constables, notary publics, deputy sheriffs, and deputy clerks. Entries show name, office, address, date of qualification, beginning and end dates of term
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
A list of county officers including justices of the peace, constables, notaries public, deputy sheriffs, deputy clerks, attorneys, court and jury commissioners, and ordained ministers. Each entry typically includes name, office, date of appointment, date term expires, remarks, and place of residence. Information on attorneys also includes the law school attended and credentials obtained -- Volume 1 covers the years 1855-1928 with attorneys' entries through 1982; entries from 1855 to 1898 were transcribed from an unnumbered original volume. This original volume (in folder 1) was retained in order to resolve any transcription errors. Volume 2 covers 1929-1950
Nantucket Historical Association
Records, kept by T.C. Defriez, consisting of protests relating to shipwrecks off Nantucket, Mass -- Vessels named include schooners French Vangilder, T.B. Witherspoon, Austin Locke, Lucy Jones, Alice Oaks, Grace Cushing, and Oregon; brigs Nyanza and L.L. Canonburg; and brigantine Anglo
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Papers (1891-1952) of Vito Pittaro (1864-1951), a banker, journalist, author, playwright, and poet from Stamford, Connecticut, include biographical materials, correspondence, typescripts, writings, notary papers, memorabilia, miscellany, photographs, and newspaper clippings. Also included are records of and information pertaining to the Italian Cooperative and Investment Company (Stamford), the Stamford Italo-American Historical Society, La Societa Operaia, and Societa Italiana di Mutuo Succorso Vittorio Emanuele III