Ada Clare (whose given name was Jane McIlheny) was born in South Carolina.
"Chiefly business documents and correspondence between Ada Clare, Clarence G. Mitchell and Edward McCrady including letter, 19 Dec. 1855, Charleston, S.C., from McCrady to Mitchell, New York City, re return of James Mclhenney's account books lent to C.G. Mitchell by father of Edward McCrady; document, 16 Jan 1857, New York, to C.G. Mitchell, granting Clarence G. Mitchell power of attorney over Ada [Clare]'s financial affairs Letter, 16 Jan 1857, New York, to C.G. Mitchell, re legal change of name from Ada McElenney to Ada Clare; letter, 23 Feb. 1857, Paris, France, from Ada Clare, to C.G. Mitchell, New York, N.Y., re traveling from New York to England and France, passing through customs, her health, and weather in Paris; letter, 9 July 1859, Liverpool, England, from Ada Clare, to C.G. Mitchell, New York, re money transfers and returning to France. Lease, 1 May 1860, between Peter Asten and Ada Clare, re rental of a brownstone in New York, N.Y.; 5 receipts, 9 June 1862-24 Nov. 1862, re payments made to C.G. Mitchell by Ada Clare; also including will, 28 Sept. 1841, of James McElhenney; inventory, 14 Jan. 1842, of James McElhenney's estate; document, 12 Mar. 1855, re settlement of James and Joanna Mclhenney's estate."
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