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Moore family

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Stabler-Moore family papers ( )
in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Chiefly correspondence of Mary Lea Stabler (1822-1888), with her mother, Elizabeth Ellicott Lea (1793-1858), her sister, Martha Lea (1819-1900), her brother, James Lea (1816-1857), and Martha Ellicott Tyson (1795-1873)
by James Moore ( )
in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Account book kept by Moore between 1817 and 1845 and afterwards by Carleton J. Moore and other descendants
Haines-Moore papers ( )
in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Personal financial records, legal documents, and other papers, of members of the Haines and Moore families, residents of Delaware Township, Hunterdon County, N.J. Persons represented include Isaac Haines and Joseph Haines
Frank G. Moore Papers 1910-1987 by Frank G Moore ( )
in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Clippings of newspaper articles, biographies, and photocopies of documents related to Frank G. Moore and his family, and photographs of the Moore family and of Missoula, Mont., and photographs taken during the Moore family automobile trips in Montana and Idaho
Papers by De Veaux family ( )
in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Personal and business correspondence and other records (chiefly 1864-1882) of three South Carolina planter families: the Deveaux, Singleton, and Moore families. The Deveaux portion of the papers contains a few letters from Robert Marion Deveaux's children at school, but consists mostly of plantation records. Included is one volume containing accounts of the estates of W.M. Deveaux and of Miss Marion S. Deveaux, and plantation records for "The Ruins" and the Oakley and Pinckney plantations. The Singleton papers are mainly military records, plats, and indentures of Captain Mathew Singleton, with a few letters from Richard Singleton to his daughters; the Moore papers are personal and legal. Correspondents include J.K. Paulding and Abraham Van Buren
Kennedy, Moore, and Southgate family papers ( )
in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The collection includes correspondence, financial, legal, and business items; an account book; diaries; and miscellaneous family history records of the Kennedy, Moore, and Southgate families of the Indiana/Ohio/Kentucky area surrounding Lawrenceburg, Indiana, where members of these families were early settlers. The collection pertains to the daily lives and business interests of members of these families, chiefly 1830-1850
Moore Family papers by Moore (Family : ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Papers of the Moore family including business papers and correspondence; also genealogical material for the family which included Episcopal Bishop Channing Moore and the Rev. David Moore, rector of St. Andrew's on Staten Island for 48 years
Moore family papers by Moore (Family : ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Deeds, wills, and other papers of William, Ezekiel, and Thomas Moore, Londonderry County, Ireland (1751-1820); correspondence, legal papers, rent lists, and accounts for Brooklyn properties (1827-1871, 1897); inventories of real and personal property and other documents of Thomas C. Moore of Williamsburg, Kings County; and recollections of the wife of an aide to General Jacob Brown of Lafayette, President Monroe, Mrs. Monroe, Mrs. John Quincy Adams, Mrs. Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay, and other notables of Washington society
Moore family by Moore (Family : ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This collection consists primarily of deeds and contracts of the Moore family of Canterbury, New Hampshire, including Samuel, William, and John Moore. In addition, it contains a deed for land in Canterbury sold by Benjamin and Mary Simson to Nathaniel Rolfe (1768), and rate lists of work for a local minister (1762, 1764)
Moore and Woodbury family papers by Moore (Family : ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Indentures, receipts, a cash book, and papers of a law suit with the Erie Railway Company, chiefly relating to the Moore and Woodbury families, Canisteo, Steuben County, New York
Moore family papers by Moore (Family : ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Correspondence, surveys, title abstracts, receipts, writings, financial records, diaries of Frank Moore including those relating to bird watching in Manlius, and other papers of a Manlius (N.Y.) family; includes a record of births and deaths attended by Dr. Thomas Moore, and an account book listing his medical visits (1834-1854); also the constitution of the Manlius and Pompey Citizens Protective Union. Includes material of later generations: a theatrical scrapbook, and a photo album of a trip to the Canadian west
Papers by Moore (Family : ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Legal documents of the Moore family, Coshocton County, Ohio, including an indenture (April 1842) and transfer (Nov. 1847), and two real estate warrenty deeds (1880, 1890.)
Moore family collection by Moore (Family : ( Book )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Material chiefly relating to E.K. Moore, a farmer of Butler County, Ohio
Ada Blanche Hartman papers by Ada Blanche Hartman ( Book )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
The papers consist of correspondence, legal documents, deeds, indentures, financial records, wills, naturalization papers, scrapbooks, genealogical notes, family histories, bills, receipts, clippings, photographs and negatives
Moore, Blount, and Cowper family papers ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
The collection consists of correspondence, legal papers, volumes, pictures, family history, and other materials documenting the Moore, Blount, and Cowper families, as well as the Boddie, Coapman, Gatling, Grimes, Keeble, Ruffin, and Williams families of North Carolina. Nineteenth-century correspondence includes family letters, some mother-to-daughter and father-to-daughter, that offer a glimpse into plantation life, including social news, child-rearing, child mortality, epidemic illness, death during childbirth, courtship, and news about slaves, in antebellum North Carolina. Other 19th-century letters support ending the Civil War and discuss business affairs, agriculture, medicine, slavery, and academics at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. Of particular note are copies of letters exchanged by B.F. Moore and Governor W.W. Holden in 1866 that discuss an 1863 conversation they had with Governor Zebulon Vance regarding further prosecution of the war. Twentieth-century correspondence consists chiefly of a series of Olivia Blount Cowper Moore letters exchanged with a French soldier during World War I; letters from her friend with a children's clothing enterprise during the 1930s; frequent social correspondence, including invitations and greeting cards (bulk 1960s); and sympathy letters. Other 20th-century correspondence concerns business affairs, the Episcopal Church, genealogy, and potential Communist indoctrination at North Carolina State University. Legal materials consist of bonds, deeds, indentures, and cadastral maps regarding land and slaves, chiefly in Wake County, N.C., and in Alabama. There is also an 1852 list of slaves, where they lived, and from whom they were bought; wills and related estate materials for many family members; and account books, scrapbooks, and other volumes that document estate settlements, family life, women's social life and customs, the Civil War, World War I, arts and cultural entertainment, influenza, the Episcopal Church, and various other subjects. Pictures depict family members and others and are primarily black-and-white photographic prints, some card-mounted, but there also are daguerreotypes, tintypes, and other formats. Family history materials include genealogical correspondence, biographical materials, and a record of slave births, circa 1828-1847. Most slave materials relate to North Carolina, but there are also items about slavery in Alabama and Texas. Also included are family bibles, a history of the Boddie family, blueprints for several family houses, a small amount of financial material, miscellaneous writings by family members and others, a mid-19th-century recipe for a medicinal cure for ague and the fever, Civil War pardons, newspaper clippings and other printed material, and World War II ration coupons and inspection records
Moore family papers by Moore (Family : ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
The largest series of correspondence in the collection are the 53 letters from William Groff Moore to his son William M. S. Moore, between the years 1884 and 1897. The letters begin when William M. S. Moore is still in school, and these are generally filled with the news and gossip of their town, (Womelsdorf, PA), and advice about career training and his son's studies. Often, William G. Moore writes about the family business trading Kentucky Mules, and it is clear that he hopes his son will inherit control over it one day. The business-related letters cover everything from managing hired help to traveling for work, and as the years go by, business is increasingly a topic. The correspondence tracks William G. Moore's travels west in the mid-1890s, and his eventual choice to move his family to Southern California. By 1895, William G. Moore had purchased a house in Redlands and majority ownership of the local newspaper, the Redlands Daily Facts. He had turned the mule-trading business over to his son. These letters might be a rich source for scholars interested in late-19th century migrations to southern California. They chart a long process of decision-making as Moore moved his money, family, property, and business goals across the continent. There are 3 boxes of ephemera and documents. The boxes contain a large number of legal and professional documents like property deeds and mortgages, business accounts and ledgers, and receipts. There are also a number of graphic items, largely postcards and photo albums relating to the Moore family's time in Redlands, California. Some groups of note are Michael Seltzer's business papers, relating to his horse-trading business, the postcard collection of Southern California landscapes, houses, vegetation, and orchards, and the business papers of Siebert and Moore
Moore Family papers by Moore (Family : ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Deeds, letters, accounts and diaries
Kean and Prescott family papers ( )
1 edition published in 1779 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Scattered personal correspondence of the Hill and Kean families of Caroline County, Va., and the Prescott and Moore families of Louisiana. Topics include the War of 1812, economic conditions in the 1840s, and planting in Louisiana; slavery in Virginia; and Reconstruction in both states. Included are scattered papers of Robert Garlick Hill Kean (1822- 1898) of Virginia, but no papers relating to his service in the Confederate government, and of John Moore (1788-1867), U.S. representative from Louisiana
Moore family papers by Moore (Family : ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Consisting of letter, 19 Apr. 1927, from Yates Snowden to Burchell R. Moore, enclosing and explaining the letter, 21 Nov. 1864, of Dr. M.S. Moore, Haddrell's Point, to [Mrs. Mary Amarintha Snowden], thanking her for a donation to his hospital, commenting on the condition of the hospital, the results of his reports on neglect of duty among hospital officials re food and supplies; and undated "interview with Yates Snowden, re his mother's care of "Convalescent Federals and Confederates" following the Civil War and Snowden's early education on the South Carolina College campus
by Moore (Family : ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
An 1861 speech given by James at the Warren County July 4th celebration. Diary kept by James, Aug.-Sept., 1862 with lengthy entries discussing each days experiences. A letter to Quartermaster General Montgomery C. Meigs from Fort Donelson explaining his difficulty in accounting for all clothing and equipment his company received. A few family letters. An 1869 letter by James regarding the building of a new county courthouse. The majority of the collection is made up of a few muster rolls and reports, commissions, discharges, pension papers and letters and documents related to GAR activities
 
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