|Object Name||Book, Account|
|Scope & Content||
Records begin in 1856 and includes the settlement from the Town of Danvers to South Danvers upon the split. Those records continue near end of volume on page 303.
Accounts seem to be listed by order number and include the monies paid to the firemen each year. Monies also paid were the poll tax which was refunded to them. Names of firemen included.
Also includes any audits conducted by the Selectmen of the town.
Includes signatures of those who received refunds for dog tax.
Beginning in 1862, money paid out for the military bounty are mentioned and included are the signature of the men who joined the army for the duration of the war.
At end of volume are notes payable to the Peabody Institute and a number of area banks.
|Access Conditions||Restricted to use in Sutton Room or Research Room.|
|Physical characteristics||Bound, handwritten volume.|
|Creator||Town of South Danvers and Peabody|
|Level of description||Item|
|Copyrights||All copyrights belong to the Peabody Institute Library, Peabody, MA|
|Collection||Local History Resource Center|
Peabody (Mass.)--History--Politics and government
South Danvers (Mass.)--History
South Danvers (Mass.)--Treasurer's Accounts
Peabody (Mass.)--Treasurer's Accounts
South Danvers (Mass.)--Military Bounty
Peabody (Mass.)--Military Bounty
South Danvers (Mass.)--Firemen