A1257 Prouhet Family Papers Inventory of Prouhet Family Papers A1257 EAD by Jaime Bourassa using ArchivesSpace Missouri Historical Society Library and Research Center 2017 225 S. Skinker Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63105 email@example.com URL: This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on 2018-09-27 06:31:15 -0500 . English Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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Prouhet Family Papers
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The collection was donated by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Young (courtesy of Mrs. Benjamin C. Clark) in 1962.
Theodore Prouhet was born in France in 1812, and married Victoire Barbier in St. Louis on October 13, 1839. He died December 27, 1903, in Bridgeton, St. Louis County, Missouri.
Scope and Contents
The collection consists primarily of deeds for land in St. Louis County, receipts of St. Louis businesses, and receipts for St. Louis County real estate and personal property taxes.
The collection is arranged chronologically.
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Prouhet Family Papers, Missouri Historical Society Archives, St. Louis.
Deeds -- Missouri -- Saint Louis
Deeds -- Missouri -- Saint Louis County
French Americans -- Missouri -- Saint Louis County
Insurance policies -- Missouri -- Saint Louis
Insurance policies -- Missouri -- Saint Louis County
Real property -- Missouri -- Saint Louis
Real property -- Missouri -- Saint Louis County
Taxation -- Missouri -- Saint Louis Country
French passport of Joseph Barbier. (OVERSIZE) 1832[?] Feb 28 OS: Pollock-R Promissory note signed Theodore[?] Prouhet, St. Louis to pay $172 to Julia C. Soulard. Attached document signed Joseph V. Garnier, notary public for St. Louis County, October 19, 1839, stating that at the request of L.A. Benoist & Co., holders of the original promissory note, he [Garnier] demanded payment of the note from Dartigny Papin, agent for the drawer of the note. Papin replied that he would not pay. 1836 Oct 17 1 1 Deed for lots in city block 32 (St. Louis) fronting on Jackson Street, sold by Theodore Prouhet to James G. Soulard and Henry Soulard. Julia C. Soulard is the third party to the deed. 1836 Oct 17 1 1 Deed for a parcel of land on the River des Peres in St. Louis County, sold by S. Prouhet [Stanislaus Prouhet] and his wife, Agnes Prouhet, to their children. 1837 Dec 30 1 1 Deed for land located about six miles west of St. Louis on the River des Peres, granted from Stanislaus Prouhet and his wife, Agnes Prouhet, to Theodore Prouhet. Theodore Prouhet agrees to pay yearly rent for the land. 1840 Feb 29 1 1 Deed for a parcel of land located about six miles west of St. Louis on the River des Peres, sold by Joseph Prouhet, Hyppolite Prouhet, Auguste Lecompte and Virginia Prouhet, his wife, to Theodore Prouhet. 1840 Mar 18 1 1 Statement of Hyacinthe Renard, relinquishing his claim in relation to an indenture made between Hypolite Papin and Theodore Papin and Hyacinthe Renard and Theodore Prouhet. 1843 Mar 23 1 1 City of St. Louis redemption certificate for a lot of land on Jackson Street. The lot, assessed to John Pruent [John Prouhet], had been sold by the city collector to satisfy taxes due. Certificate states that Theodore Pruhet [Theodore Prouhet] has paid the taxes. 1845 Aug 11 1 1 Application of Theodore Prouhet for admission as a citizen of the United States, recorded in the St. Louis Criminal Court. 1846 Sept 21 1 1 Receipt of Edw. C. McAnnulty for St. Louis County real estate taxes. 1854 Nov 28 1 1 Lease of a brick house at the corner of Jackson Street and Carroll (St. Louis) between Prouet (the lesser) and Philipp Pechmann (the lessee). 1855 Sept 8 1 1 Letter signed Pelagie Leclere, Paris, to my dear cousin. (in French) 1859 Aug 31 1 1 Lease of a brick house on the east side of Jackson Street between Carroll Street and Soulard Street (St. Louis), between Theodore Prouhet (lessor) and Frederick Talleur (lessee). 1860 Sept 4 1 1 Permit of the St. Louis city engineer granting Theodore Prouhet permission to build a private sewer from his premises in city block 705 to connect to the Carrol Street Sewer [Carroll Street Sewer]. 1860 Oct 16 1 1 Deed for land in St. Louis County sold by Olly Williams and his wife, Mary, to Theodore Prouhet. 1863 Oct 8 1 1 Insurance policy of the Home Mutual Fire and Marine Insurance Company of St. Louis with Theodore Prouhet for his two-story brick dwelling house located on the south side of Carroll Street between Jackson Street and Columbus Street, being the first house west of the alley in city block 705. (OVERSIZE) 1864 Nov 29 OS: Pollock-R Deed for a parcel of land in St. Louis County sold by John F. Quesenberry and his wife, Mary E. Quesenberry, to Theodore Prouhet. Other names mentioned in the deed are James S. Quesenberry, Olly Williams, George Lackland, and Dr. George Penn. 1867 Jan 23 1 1 Insurance policy of the Great Western Horse Insurance and Detective Company with Theo. Pruette [Theodore Prouhet], Bridgeton, St. Louis County, Mo., for two mules and a horse. 1867 Sept 23 1 1 Receipt of F. Hase & Co., 821 North 6th St., St. Louis, to Theodore Prouhet. 1873 Aug 6 1 1 Deed of trust for property on a farm in St. Ferdinand Township, St. Louis County, Mo. (including a mule, two horses, a buggy, a mowing machine, two plows, etc.) sold by Hypolite Prouhet to Theodore Prouhet, Jr. Theodore Prouhet, Sr., is the third party to the deed. 1874 Sept 3 1 1 Receipt of Theodore Prouhet. (in French) 1877[?] Sept 29 1 1 Deed for land in the town of Bridgeton, St. Louis County, Mo., sold by James Cohick and his wife, Emeline Cohick, to Theodore Prouhet. 1883 Mar 5 1 1 Eleven receipts for St. Louis County real estate and personal property taxes. Includes receipts issued to Theodore Prouhet, Hypolite Prouhet, Isabella Prouhet, William Foerster, Theodore Foerster, Mary Foerster, Isabella Foerster, Theresa Foerster, Victoria Foerster, and Francis Joseph Foerster. 1888-1896 1 1 Receipt of Th. Prouhet, Bridgeton, Mo., for subscription to the Courier des Etats-Unis , New York. 1897 1 1 Receipt of Salomo & Biedermann Hardware Co., 1616 South Broadway, St. Louis. 1898 May 14 1 1 Receipt of Eckerle Bros., plumbers, gas and steam fitters, 1610 South 7th St., St. Louis, to Peter Baumunk. 1898 Oct 21 1 1 Receipt of Ernst L. Klittich, manufacturer of and dealer in hardware, stoves, and house furnishing, 707 Carroll St., St. Louis, to Mr. Baumunk. 1898 Nov 1 1 Receipt of the Missouri Paint Co. (Jos. Ganser, proprietor), 1704 South Broadway, St. Louis, to Geo. C. Baumunk. 1898 Nov 1 1 1 Receipt of Giese & Karsch, whitening, plastering, job brick-laying, 1706 South 7th St., St. Louis, to Mr. Baumunk. 1898 Nov 28 1 1 Receipt of the John J. Ganahl Lumber Co., St. Louis, to Geo. P. Baumunk. Letterhead includes illustration of company building. 1898 Nov 30 1 1 Receipt of Theodore Prouhet, Sr., for Bridgeton school rental or tax. 1900 Sept 8 1 1