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Peabody, Joseph 1757-1844

Overview
Works: 142 works in 169 publications in 1 language and 333 library holdings
Genres: Manuscripts  History 
Roles: Author
Classifications: F69, 920
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Captain Joseph Peabody, East India merchant of Salem (1757-1844) : a sketch of his life by Walter Muir Whitehill( Book )

3 editions published in 1962 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Rules of the Proprietors of the Salem & Danvers Aqueduct, regulating the use of the water by Proprietors of the Salem and Danvers Aqueduct( Book )

1 edition published in 1810 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Day book of Joseph Peabody by Joseph Peabody( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Butcher's day book kept by Joseph Peabody, of Salem, Mass. Includes customer accounts
by Joseph Peabody( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Shipping records and ships' papers, documenting whaling voyages and world wide trade, chiefly generated by masters of vessels owned by Peabody or in which he had interest, including captains William Johnson and Hiram Putnam; miscellaneous papers containing crew list of brig the Mexican after it had been sold to owners in Gloucester, Mass.; and other materials. Vessels represented include ships Bengal, Catherine, China, Cincinnatus, Eclipse, George, Naples, and Sumatra; brigs Dawn and Leander; and barks Cynthia (a non-Peabody vessel) and Sally. Of particular interest is the 1804 protest of the ship Cincinnatus reflecting its arrest by the British in 1803 during the war between Great Britain and France
Thomas Perkins Papers by Thomas Perkins( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Ship captain, ship owner, and merchant, of Salem and Topsfield, Mass. Collection contans correspondence written to Perkins during his retirement at Topsfield, chiefly from Salem business associates, David Pingree and Michael Shepard, describing financial transactions, daily events in Salem, business failures occurring in 1829, and the murder of Joseph White (1830) and subsequent trial; account books containing records of Perkins's shipping investments, loans, and farm accounts including papers relating to schooner Saucy Jack and brig William Charles and other vessels co-owned by Perkins and Joseph Peabody; legal and personal papers containing deeds for farm properties in Topsfield and Rowley, Mass., owned by Perkins and his father, Moses Perkins; and wills and estate records reflecting attempts of executors to collect on Perkins's loans and their accounts with numerous heirs
Papers by Joseph Peabody( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers regarding the business affairs of Joseph Peabody, privateer, mariner, and merchant ship-owner of Salem, Mass. Collection includes correspondence, cargo lists, insurance policies, bills of lading, bills of exchange, invoices and accounts, memoranda, and protests relating to Peabody's shipping concerns, primarily trade with the West Indies, Calcutta, and points east. Some items regarding the seizure of ships by privateers are included. Papers for many ships include materials about the schooners Three Friends, Cynthia, Fishhawk, and Tabitha; and the brig Neptune. Also papers and fire insurance policies relating to Peabody's properties in Salem, and a copy of Peabody's will
Account book of Joseph Peabody by Joseph Peabody( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Butcher's account book kept by Joseph Peabody, of Salem, Mass. Includes customer accounts
Lectures on materia medica by Eli Ives( )

2 editions published in 1820 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Day book of Joseph Peabody by Joseph Peabody( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Butcher's day book kept by Joseph Peabody, of Salem, Mass. Includes cash and customer accounts and contra
Account book of Joseph Peabody by Joseph Peabody( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Butcher's account book kept by Joseph Peabody, of Salem, Mass. Includes accounts for sheep skins. Multiple enclosures
Account book of Joseph Peabody by Joseph Peabody( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Butcher's account book kept by Joseph Peabody, of Salem, Mass. Includes customer accounts
Endicott family papers by Endicott family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of the Endicott family of Salem and Boston, Mass., in particular William C. Endicott, Sr., attorney, judge, and politician; his wife Ellen P. Endicott; their son William C. Endicott, Jr., Boston attorney and civic leader; their daughter, Mary C. Endicott (Chamberlain Carnegie), third wife of British Colonial Secretary Joseph Chamberlain; and Louise T. Endicott, wife of William C. Endicott, Jr. There is a long run of letters between Ellen P. Endicott and her mother, Clara Endicott Peabody, and with her daughter Mary. Personal papers of William C. Endicott, Sr. include correspondence, papers documenting his service as a Mass. Supreme Judicial Court justice, and secretary of war in the first Grover Cleveland administration (1885-89), including materials relating to the capture of Geronimo and cabinet correspondence, legal case files, speeches, diaries (1858-93), letterbooks, and scrapbooks. The papers of William C. Endicott, Jr. include personal correspondence and papers related to his involvement in clubs and organizations, including the Mass. Historical Society where he served as president. Mary C. Endicott's papers include personal correspondence, including letters exchanged with her friends in America after her move to England, ten vols. of diaries (1882-1902), commonplace-books, and other bound vols. documenting life in Washington and England. Louise T. Endicott's papers, primarily personal correspondence and diaries kept over a 70-year period (1884-1954), document family activities and her role as a Boston social figure. Additional correspondents include William P. Endicott and William P. Mason. The collection also contains historical and genealogical papers; research materials (and a few original documents) on ancestor John Endecott; household and travel records, including records of the Peabody Farm in Danvers; and papers of the related Thoron, Peabody, Mason, and Ward families, including Joseph and George Peabody
Data regarding Peabody window, Harmony Grove Cemetery, Salem, Mass. : Joseph Peabody's Boarding Pike, July 5, 1782 by Joseph Peabody( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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Alternative Names
Joseph Peabody American businessman

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English (60)