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Emlen, Samuel 1730-1799

Overview
Works: 11 works in 17 publications in 1 language and 107 library holdings
Roles: Author
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Most widely held works by Samuel Emlen
Letter. 6 of 12 mo. 1779, Philad[elphia, Pa.] to Charles Moore & wife [Milcah Martha Moore] by Samuel Emlen( )

1 edition published in 1779 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Plans to journey with George Dillwyn; would like to leave his son with Moores to be educated during his absence
Emlen-Jones family papers, ca. 1767 - ca. 1976( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Included in these volumes is ancestral information on the Emlen and Jones family going back to the time of William Penn and Francis Daniel Pastorius in the 17th century and composed of genealogy and biography, letters, documents and photographs. The information was compiled by John Thompson Emlen and his father, James Emlen, with an abbreviated volume prepared by Woodruff J. Emlen in 1976 using copies from the other volumes. Some significant letter writers include: Clement Biddle, George Dillwyn, Sarah Foulke Emlen, Samuel Emlen, Abel James and Jonah Thompson. Emlen family members include: Thomas Chalkley (1675-1741); George Emlen (d. 1710), George Emlen (1695-1754), Samuel Emlen (b. 1697), George Emlen (1718-1776), James Emlen (1718-1778), James Emlen (1760-1798), James Emlen (1792-1866), Samuel Emlen (1789-1828), Samuel Emlen (1829-1920), John Thompson Emlen (b. 1878), John Thompson Emlen, Jr. (1908-1997); Edward Foulke (1651-1741); George Guest (d. 1685); Abel James (1724-1790); Warner Mifflin (b. 1745); Nathaniel Newlin (1665-1729); John Thompson (1744-1819); Newbold Trotter (1827-1898); and George Williams (1793-1779). Jones family members include: Samuel Carpenter (1649-1714); William Cooper (1632-1710); Matthew Dripps, Sarah E. Dripps; Thomas Firth (1776-1861); Griffith Jones (1690-1747), Aquilla Jones (1724-1800), Hannah F. Jones (1778-1854), Isaac C. Jones (1769-1865), Isaac C. Jones, Jr. (1814-1895), Woodruff Jones, Mary Carpenter Jones (b. 1880); Thomas Kunders (1648-1729); Thomas Lloyd (1640-1694); Samuel Preston (1665-1743); Ann Whitall (1716-1797); Aaron D. Woodruff (1762-1817), Elias Woodruff (1787-1824). There are two volumes containing the genealogical records of John Thompson Emlen (b. 1878) and Mary Carpenter Jones Emlen (b. 1880) indicating English, Welsh and Scottish ancestry. The records are laced with photographs and silhouettes of the individuals and illustrations, such as the original drawing of the Ferguson tartan, the map of Germantown, drawn by J. Riegel in 1933 and others
Emlen-Jones family papers, ca. 1767 - ca. 1976( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Included in these volumes is ancestral information on the Emlen and Jones family going back to the time of William Penn and Francis Daniel Pastorius in the 17th century and composed of genealogy and biography, letters, documents and photographs. The information was compiled by John Thompson Emlen and his father, James Emlen, with an abbreviated volume prepared by Woodruff J. Emlen in 1976 using copies from the other volumes. Some significant letter writers include: Clement Biddle, George Dillwyn, Sarah Foulke Emlen, Samuel Emlen, Abel James and Jonah Thompson. Emlen family members include: Thomas Chalkley (1675-1741); George Emlen (d. 1710), George Emlen (1695-1754), Samuel Emlen (b. 1697), George Emlen (1718-1776), James Emlen (1718-1778), James Emlen (1760-1798), James Emlen (1792-1866), Samuel Emlen (1789-1828), Samuel Emlen (1829-1920), John Thompson Emlen (b. 1878), John Thompson Emlen, Jr. (1908-1997); Edward Foulke (1651-1741); George Guest (d. 1685); Abel James (1724-1790); Warner Mifflin (b. 1745); Nathaniel Newlin (1665-1729); John Thompson (1744-1819); Newbold Trotter (1827-1898); and George Williams (1793-1779). Jones family members include: Samuel Carpenter (1649-1714); William Cooper (1632-1710); Matthew Dripps, Sarah E. Dripps; Thomas Firth (1776-1861); Griffith Jones (1690-1747), Aquilla Jones (1724-1800), Hannah F. Jones (1778-1854), Isaac C. Jones (1769-1865), Isaac C. Jones, Jr. (1814-1895), Woodruff Jones, Mary Carpenter Jones (b. 1880); Thomas Kunders (1648-1729); Thomas Lloyd (1640-1694); Samuel Preston (1665-1743); Ann Whitall (1716-1797); Aaron D. Woodruff (1762-1817), Elias Woodruff (1787-1824). There are two volumes containing the genealogical records of John Thompson Emlen (b. 1878) and Mary Carpenter Jones Emlen (b. 1880) indicating English, Welsh and Scottish ancestry. The records are laced with photographs and silhouettes of the individuals and illustrations, such as the original drawing of the Ferguson tartan, the map of Germantown, drawn by J. Riegel in 1933 and others
Jackson-Conard Family Papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Jackson-Conard Family Papers include correspondence, journals and commonplace books, estate, property, and financial records. The correspondence received by William Jackson is primarily in support of his travelling ministry from other ministers and prominent Friends. Also included is a note from Joshua Pusey discussing the reasons for Friends' avoidance of certain colors in plain dress. Moses Brown makes reference to the activities of the Free Quakers in New England in the early 1780's. Other correspondents include Sarah Brown, David Cooper, Deborah Darby, Thomas Fisher, Edward Garrigues, Ann Harlan, Hannah Jackson, Isaac Jackson, James Jackson, Mehetabel Jenkins, Jacob Lindley, James Mott, Samuel Parsons, John Pemberton, Sarah Rodman, William Rotch, Rachel Rowntree, David Sands, Job Scott, Anne & John Willis, Anne Willson
Anna Wharton Wood collection( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Miscellaneous papers reflecting the religious and social interests of Friends of the period. Included are the following papers: Extracts from a journal, 1809, of a tour to Tunesassa and Cattaraugus by William Allinson, giving interesting details of travel and life among the Indians, their reservations on the Allegheny River, and the prehistoric remains of a people who lived in this section more than 2000 years ago; letters of William Logan, Samuel Emlen, Samuel Fothergill, and John Pemberton; a petition by English Friends to Governor Shirley, 1741; epistles; testimonies; "A plan for some slave utopia" by George Dillwyn (fragile), and other miscellaneous material on Quakerism
by Samuel Emlen( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters written during Emlen's religious missions in Europe. Some letters of Mrs. Sarah Emlen and family
 
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