Freeman, Elizabeth 17th century. : Strange news from Bishop-Hatfield in Hertford-shire, [electronic resource] : January the 25 1680. Being a relation of Elizabeth Freeman, a single woman, aged about one and thirty years ... taken before Sr. Joseph Jordan, knight, and Richard Lee, D. D. Rector of Hatfield, and Chaplain Ordinary to his Majesty.
Freeman, Frankie Muse, 1916- : A song of faith and hope : the life of Frankie Muse Freeman / by Frankie Muse Freeman, with Candace O'Connor.
Freeman, Frederick W., -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the Court of Common Pleas, no. 61,971 [electronic resource] : F.C. Tomlinson, Frank C. Howland, P.H. Schneider, Paul V. Robinson, William T. Bentz, Robert H. Bishop, Jr., George B. Durell, H.A. Leisy, and Frederick W. Freeman, in behalf of themselves and all of the other stockholders of the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, a corporation, plaintiffs, vs. Clarence Dillon, John Sherwin, Clarence Dillon, as President of Dillon, Read and Company, a joint stock association under the laws of the state of New York, and the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, a corporation whose principal place of business is Akron, Summit County, Ohio, defendants : petition for removal of trustees, accounting and other equitable relief.
Freeman, James, 1759-1835. : Whereas a certain congregation in Boston, calling themselves the First Episcopal Church in said town, have, in an irregular and unconstitutional manner, introduced a liturgy ... [electronic resource]
Freeman, John. : A true and impartial account of the apparition of John Freeman, Esq; to a young lady at Dawney-Court, in Buckinghamshire. [electronic resource] : Also a true copy of the ghost's letter deliver'd by himself to the young lady, who is one of the daughters of Esquire J---gs, of Heese in the County of Middlesex.
Freeman, John -- Early works to 1800. : The trial of William Weldon and Richard Weldon, alias Dodson [electronic resource] : before Baron Thompson, at Oakham, on Saturday the 14th of March, 1789, for the murder of Mr. John Freeman, of Edith-Weston / (as taken by a Gentleman in court) with their confessions and an account of the murder of Mr. Lumley, goaler at Oakham.
Freeman, Jonathan, 1745-1808. : State of New-Hampshire. To the selectmen of [blank] greeting. [electronic resource] : Pursuant to an act of this state, passed June 21st, 1792, directing the mode of choosing representatives to the Congress of the United States. You are hereby required to notify and warn a meeting of the inhabitants ... to assemble ... on the first Monday of November next, for the purpose of voting, by ballot, for one of the following persons, viz. Jonathan Freeman, Esquire, or Peleg Sprague, Esquire ... Given at the Council-chamber in Exeter, this 24th day of September ... one thousand seven hundred and ninety-six.