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Box 45


Contains 17 Results:

William Passmore Letters

 Collection — Box: 45
Identifier: SC-502
Content Description

William Passmore. Cincinnati, Ohio, to John Ferris, Wilmington, Delaware, 7th Mo. 1861, 8th Mo. 13, 1861. William Passmore (1808-1867), was a native of Delaware and a Cincinnati businessman.

Dates: 1861

Brinker Estate Papers, 1801-1881

 Collection — Box: 45
Identifier: SC-503
Content Description

Receipts and documents concerning the estates and heirs of the Brinker family of Columbiana County, Ohio, 1801-1881

Dates: 1801-1881

Elam Unthank Family Collection

 Collection — Box: 45
Identifier: SC-504
Content Description Pages from the family Bible, with records, of Elam Unthank; also photographs of members of the Unthank family. Of particular interest is a c.d.v of Elam's mother, Anna (Brittain) Unthank Hobbs (1779-1875), a prominent Orthodox Quaker minister in North Carolina and Indiana. Elam Unthank (1814-1885) was born in Guilford County, North Carolina, the son of Josiah and Anna (Brittain) Unthank. He migrated to Wayne County, Indiana, with his parents in 1830. New Garden Monthly Meeting in Wayne...
Dates: 1779-1885

Job Swain Collection

 Collection — Box: 45
Identifier: SC-505
Content Description Genealogical material, photographs, and correspondence relating to the family of Job Swain (1806-1877) of Muncie, Indiana. Job Swain (1806-1877) was a native of Jefferson County, Tennessee, the son of Elihu and Sarah (Mills) Swain. He migrated to Wayne County, Indiana, with his parents in 1815. In 1825 he was disowned by Springfield Monthly Meeting for dancing and deviating from plainness. He married Nancy Hodge (1803-1858) in 1830 and settled in Muncie, Indiana, where he was a leading...
Dates: 1759-1920

Anna Maxfield Gove Collection

 Collection — Box: 45
Identifier: SC-506
Content Description Diary, genealogical materials, and a letter of Anna Maxfield Gove, a Friend of Seabrook, New Hampshire. The letter concerns revisions in the Discipline of New England Yearly Meeting of Friends. The diary, 1862-1873, includes spiritual reflections, family news, and accounts of Friends meetings for business and worship. Anna (Maxfield) Gove (1841-1915), daughter of Clark N. and Salome (Cooke) Maxfield, was born in Casco, Maine. In 1857 she married Edward L. Gove (1826-1891) of Seabrook, New...
Dates: 1862-1873

Mardock Family letters

 Collection — Box: 45
Identifier: SC-507
Content Description

4 letters: 1861, 1876, and 1877 (2), from Liberty, Union County, to William Mardock, Muscatine, Iowa. Writers are James Mardock (1787-1864) and his son James K. Mardock (1844-1906) of Union County, Indiana.

Dates: 1861-1877

Louis J. Francisco Autobiography

 Collection — Box: 45
Identifier: SC-508
Content Description

One chapter of a typescript, dealing with reminiscences of Quaker relatives, in Richmond, Indiana, and adjacent areas, by Louis J. Francisco (1884-1949). Louis J. Francisco, son of Charles A. and Hannah (Dickinsonj) Francisco, was a native of Richmond, Indiana, who died in San Francisco. Through his mother he was related to several prominent Indiana Quaker families. He was a student at Earlham 1898-1901.

Dates: Other: 1884-1949

Abel Doan Papers

 Collection — Box: 45
Identifier: SC-509
Content Description

5 letters of Abel Doan, Westfield, Indiana, 1885-1886, concerning Providence Friends School, Penn College, Richmond Normal School, Earlham College; and Charles F. Coffin, New Albany, Ind., re: information on Roman Catholicism. bel Doan (1843-1925) was a Friend of Westfield, Hamilton County, Indiana, and the father of several Earlham alumni.

Dates: 1885-1886

Lewis Votaw Diary and Account Book

 Collection — Box: 45
Identifier: SC-510
Content Description

Diary and account book kept by Lewis Votaw (1841-1916), 1864-1873, mainly while living in Davis County, Iowa. Includes an account of travels in eastern Ohio and Iowa in 1865. Lewis Votaw, son of John and Mary (Meredith) Votaw, was born in Wayne County, Indiana, but lived most of his life in Wabash County, Indiana. A birthright Friend, he left Friends in 1878.

Dates: 1865-1874

Neave Family Letters

 Collection — Box: 45
Identifier: SC-511
Content Description

Correspondence, 1833-1863, among members of the Neave family, Orthodox Friends of Cincinnati, Ohio. Letters are among members of the family of Thompson (1790-1870) and Elizabeth (Martin) Neave (1797-1873)

Dates: 1833-1863