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Box 8


Contains 13 Results:

Henry Underwood Johnson

 Collection — Box: 8
Identifier: SC-57
Scope and Contents Henry Underwood Johnson (1850-1939), att. 1867-1869, was a Richmond attorney, state legislator, and member of the US House of Representatives 1891-1899. These letters, written almost daily, are to his brother Robert U. Johnson (1853-1937), New York City literateur and editor of the Century magazine. They contain family and local news as well as Henry U. Johnson's political and social views. Gift of Meredith Johnson, 1942.
Dates: 1935-1937

Shute Family Letters

 Collection — Box: 8
Identifier: SC-50
Scope and Contents Six letters written 1840-1862 to Charles Shute (1804-1861), a Hicksite Friend of Richmond, Wayne County, Ind. Correspondents include Moses Kelly, Samuel Shute and Edward Shaw. Photostats of original letters found in 1947. Transferred from FMS in 1933.
Dates: Other: Add Date

Hosea Smith Family Papers

 Collection — Box: 8
Identifier: SC-55
Scope and Contents Hosea Smith (1773-1846), was a Friend living in Perquimans County, North Carolina, disowned in 1810 for selling two slaves. In the same year he brought his family to Pike County, Ind. The papers consist of letters written by Hosea Smith 1810-1823, to relatives in North Carolina, a family history begun by Hosea in 1844 and continued by descendants until 1920, and miscellaneous accounts. Photocopies transferred from FMS 33
Dates: 1801-1920

Joshua Bailey Account Book

 Collection — Box: 8
Identifier: SC-58
Scope and Contents Joshua Bailey (1747-1824) was a Quaker farmer and merchant of Sussex and Southampton counties, Virginia. This volume contains his business accounts, many relating to the settlement of estates. Use of the volume was contained, 1833-1869, by another unknown person in Springborough, Warren County, Ohio. Included are family records for Joshua Bailey, his siblings and descendants, and a few records of Black Water Monthly Meeting, Virginia, and Springborough Monthly Meeting, Ohio.
Dates: 1773-1869

Peter Skene Ogden Ms.

 Collection — Box: 8
Identifier: SC-56

William Townsend Family Papers

 Collection — Box: 8
Identifier: SC-48
Scope and Contents Photocopies, transferred from FMS 33 of papers of William Townsend (ca. 1780-1855), a Quaker of Perquimans and Northampton counties, North Carolina, and Hendricks County, Ind. Includes letters from relatives in North Carolina and Iowa, and the will of William Townsend. Also includes one letter to Rebecca Parker of Plainfield, Ind.
Dates: 1835-1855

Emma Spencer Townsend Notebook

 Collection — Box: 8
Identifier: SC-49
Scope and Contents Notebook with records of marriages and funerals in Clinton and adjacent counties, Ohio, conducted by Mary Emma (Spencer) Townsend (1855-1933), Quaker minister of Martinsville, Ohio. Also includes a history of the Dover, Clinton County, Ohio, WCTU and membership list for Martinsville Friends Meeting.
Dates: 1889-1929

Elizabeth Vanskiver Papers

 Collection — Box: 8
Identifier: SC-47
Scope and Contents Journal and letters of Elizabeth J. (Brown) Vanskiver (1800-1886), a Hicksite Friend of Preble County, Ohio. Includes a journal of a journey from Burlington County, New Jersey to Ohio, 1815, and letters, 1822-1858, from relatives in Maiden Creek, New Jersey, and Huntington County, Ind. Includes some letters to Elizabeth's daughter, Hannah J. Vanskiver, born 1831. Photocopies transferred from FMS 33.
Dates: 1815-1858

Lydia Bond Wasson Collection

 Collection — Box: 8
Identifier: SC-54
Scope and Contents Consists of diary and autobiographical notes of Lydia (Bond) Wasson (1800-1853), a Hicksite Friend of Wayne and Laporte counties, Ind., with comments on family, travels in the ministry, and the Hicksite separation. Also contains a diary of a visit in 1867 to relatives and friends in Wayne and Henry counties, Ind. by her daughter, Charlotte Wasson Cocks. Typescript; photocopies. Also some Willard Heiss correspondence with a descendant and concerning Quakers in Laporte County, Ind. Transferred...
Dates: Other: Add Date

David Brown Collection

 Collection — Box: 8
Identifier: SC-53
Scope and Contents The collection contains two items: a contract, 1810, to dig a millrace in Warren County, Ohio; and a letter of Edith Ward to David Brown 11th Mo. 2, 1804. Both photocopies from FMS 33.
Dates: Other: Add Date