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Wilkinson family

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Works: 417 works in 496 publications in 2 languages and 5,881 library holdings
Genres: History  Records and correspondence  Observations  Genealogy  Manuscripts 
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Papers of the Macdonald, Wilkinson, and Sanders families( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters from lowcountry South Carolina, Nigeria, and Great Britain exchanged among family members of Edward Francis Wilkinson and Elizabeth Macdonald Wilkinson during the years this couple worked as teachers and missionaries in Awka, Nigeria, during early 20th century and, beginning in 1933, following the family's migration to England
Family tree by Bridle family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Large and extensive family tree of the Bridle, Wilkinson, Lampe and related families
North family collection of letters and papers relating to Tate Wilkinson, Mrs. Siddons, and the North family of York by North family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Contents include: 1) Letters to Tate Wilkinson of the Theatre Royal, York, from Anna Maria Hull, Agnes Maria Bennett, William Thomas Lewis, Edward Barlow and John Collins, 1796-1801, and 2 invitation cards to ladies of the Siddons and Wilkinson families from the Countess St. Antonio and Mrs. Horace Twiss, (1-10). The 3 letters from W.T. Lewis and Edward Barlow to Tate Wilkinson, [April?]-Dec. 1800 (3-5), refer to the complaint of certain actors against the manager of Covent Garden, Thomas Harris. 2) Letters to the North family of York from Mrs. Mary Siddons, H.G.I. Siddons (great-grandson of Sarah Siddons) and Sydney C. Carter, ca. 1870-1955, (11-21). 3) 2 scrapbooks of Jane and Anne Wilkinson (Tate Wilkinson's granddaughters), 1821-1842, (22-23). 4) 2 theatrical scrapbooks of the Wilkinson family, ca. 1765-ca. 1845, including a facsimile of a letter from Barton Booth, Nov. 5, 1732, the autograph of George Cruikshank, a poem by R.B.B. Sheridan, and a song sung by Miss Wilkinson in 1827, (24-25). 5) 2 notebooks with details of the Siddons, Kemble and Wilkinson families by Miss M[ary] North, ca. 1920, (26-27). 6) 1 daguerreotype and 3 silhouettes of the Wilkinson family, 2 photographs of Mrs. Scott-Siddons and 2 of Mrs. Mary Siddons, (28-36). Poems, quotations, playbills and many engravings fill the scrapbooks
by Wilkinson (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of Gilbert Wilkinson consist of manuscript copybook of business letters written from Poughkeepsie to George P. Oakley, William A. Moore, Joseph Wilkinson, Theophilus Nelson, and others, 1830-1832, concerning public monies for care of the poor in Dutchess County, school monies, tax collecting, the Bank of Poughkeepsie, personal financial affairs, ferry business and protective laws, general business conditions, political issues between Clay and Jackson supporters, and family news; and two small memoranda books concerning weather and other events, 1834-1840. Papers of Robert Wilkinson consist of three receipt and memoranda books, 1834-1849, concerning the estate of Dency Potter, the weather, and other events. Papers of William Wilkinson consist of an account book regarding his legal business, 1861-1864, and a record book of important events, primarily Civil War news, 1863-1864
Wilkinson Family by Wilkinson (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection consists mainly of correspondence and documents from the period 1820 to 1898. The correspondence represents primarily the business and political life of Alexander Wilkinson and aspects of the Civil War, in which all three of his sons fought. Alexander Wilkinson's correspondence includes letters written to his wife Maria, 1837-1843, during his business trips to the South as a representative of the H. C. Fisher Company of Boston. These contain his views on life in several Southern states, including their people, customs, climate, and the condition of slaves. There are also details of the business difficulties he faced there while attempting to sell straw bonnets
Willard and Betty Wilkinson home movies by Wilkinson (Family :( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Willard and Betty Wilkinson home movies (1969-1983) consits of family films taken by the Wilkinson family, largely in Utah and the Intermountain West. The movies contain many shots of national parks, camping, and hiking as well as family milestones and holidays
Fragments of family history, I. The family of "Collot D'Escury", II. The family of "Maret de la Rive", III. The family of "Wilkinson." by Susannah Proctor FLORY( Book )

1 edition published in 1896 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Bible records of the King and Wilkins families( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Photocopied records of births, marriages, and deaths from the family Bible of Eli King (1759-1835) and Lydia Vinson King (1765-1804). Birthplaces include Newport, R.I., and Darlington and Georgetown, S.C
Wilkinson/Richardson family papers by Wilkinson (Family :( )

in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, notebooks, diaries, trip books, sheet music, publications and poetry concerning the life and activities of Leon J. Richardson, Warring Wilkinson. Berkeley Club minutes and biographies are also included
by Wilkinson (Family :( )

in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

His correspondence also includes letters from friends concerning politics in Mendon in 1840, especially the Whig successes, loco-foco disappointments, and the progress of the Temperance movement; letters from Congressman William Shapleigh Damrell (1809-1860) in Washington, D.C., 1856, relative to the presidential aspirations of John Charles Fremont (1813-1890), including Damrell's assessment of his attitudes towards Roman Catholics and abolition; letters from Augustus Oliver Corbett (1837- ) of Falconer, N.Y., 1858, concerning the superior economic conditions there, especially in the produce business; and letters from Senator George Frisbie Hoar (1826-1904) with explanations of his unwillingness to interfere in Milford public service appointments in 1869
 
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Wilkinson (Family : 1858- :

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English (84)

French (1)

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Damn near white : an African American family's rise from slavery to bittersweet success