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Clark family

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Works: 2,132 works in 2,732 publications in 1 language and 14,728 library holdings
Genres: History  Records and correspondence  Local history  Personal narratives‚Ä°vConfederate  Sources  Account books  Personal narratives  Genealogy  Deeds 
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East Talgai its environs 1868-1885 : a series of watercolours by Mary Handfield Suter( Book )

1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 8 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

by Clark family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Papers of the Clark, Smith, Stickle, and Whitford families, residents of Addison, West Addison, and Vergennes, Vt. Includes information relating to Addison Farmer's Club
Rose, Clark, Nowlin, Staples family collection( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Electrostatic copies of correspondence, family histories, printed and manuscript narratives, newsclippings, and miscellaneous materials relating to the Rose, Clark, Nowlin, and Staples families. Includes correspondence and Civil War narratives of Confederate soldier Samuel Henry Nowlin (1844-1921)
Henry Harmon Clark papers by Henry Harmon Clark( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Outgoing correspondence of various members of Clark family
Some account of the Clark family by Henry Herbert Gordon CLARK( Book )

1 edition published in 1925 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

by Moore Furman( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence (1772-1806); accounts and receipts (1763-1808); letters received (1778-1811) by Moore Furman, Jr., mostly from his uncle, Peter Renaudet; papers (1760-1801) of Adrian and Peter Renaudet; William Lowrey papers (1778-1779) as quartermaster; papers concerning Moore Furman's real estate in Pittstown, N.J. (1810-1833); letters received (1798-1859) by Moore Furman's son-in-law, Peter Hunt, daughter, Anna Marie Hunt, and grandson, William E. Hunt; papers of Clark and Hilson relatives; King's College (later Columbia University) accounts (1763-1772); and other papers. Places represented include Trenton, N.J., and Lamberton, Pa
Family papers by Don J Clark( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Justice docket for Abercrombie, N.D. (1907-1940); mortgages; contracts; warranty deeds (1885-1895); roll of First Rifle Regiment of Vermont (1843); financial records (1862-1880) of Clark's father, Martin C. Clark; corpse transport permits; county tax receipts; and two scrapbooks (1890-1956), compiled by Ethel Clark Hutchinson, relating to people and historical events in Abercrombie and Richland County, N.D
Amis-Clark-Puryear papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection reflects the social and economic lives of the Amis, Puryear, and Clark families. Amis family correspondence consists largely of notes and letters concerning the sale of brandy and corn. Receipts record business transactions such as the purchase and sale of horses, lumber, tobacco, iron, and corn. Receipts for medical services include prices and prescriptions for the family and its slaves. Clark family correspondence includes two letters written during the War of 1812 that concern life as a soldier. Other letters concern health-related topics, agricultural concerns, estate matters, and the education of family members. Legal and estate papers consist of receipts for land transactions and taxes, promissory notes, bonds, and lists of outstanding debts. Estate materials contain Clark family genealogical information. Financial papers include accounts and receipts, including receipts concerning slaves. Medical receipts document payments for attending ailing slaves and for treating family maladies. Puryear family papers include land deeds, tax receipts, contracts, and promissory notes. Business material includes receipts for services rendered, papers concerning slaves, and tobacco-related items. Financial papers contain receipts and accounts for personal and household goods, receipts for tuition, and medical receipts for visits, treatments, and medicines
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in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Deeds and guardianship and estate papers concerning transfers of land, buildings, and burying ground, in Portsmouth and Franklin, N.H., chiefly concerning Portsmouth, N.H., residents Josiah G. Hadley, hotelkeeper, and Alice G. Clark, widow and co-owner of a dam in Franklin, N.H
Papers by Clark family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Material focuses on the ancestors and descendents of John Adams Clark. His parents were Alfred B. Clark, a California pioneer, and Yohema, a Concow Indian. John Clark was born in Butte County, CA in 1868 and died there in 1947. He was a minor, teacher and rancher
Nimrod and Thomas Clark family collection by Clark family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Nimrod and Thomas Clark family collection contains correspondence, legal documents, financial records, and other items related to the Clark family of Montgomery County, Georgia. Some items pertain to slave labor
Clark-Spragins family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection consists of the papers (1766-1898) of the Clark and Spragins families of Halifax County, Virginia, and includes correspondence, financial records, and legal papers. The material is divided into two major groups. The first section contains Spragins family papers from 1766 to 1859, and the second section primarily consists of Clark family papers from 1860 to 1897
John Clark family papers by Clark family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection consists of papers relating to the settlement of John Clark's estate and the activities of his heirs from 1826-1862. The papers include inventories of property, deeds, plat maps, correspondence, and copies of court records. The materials mainly document land transfers and land claims in Florida often with the St. Andrews & Chipola Canal & Railroad Company. Correspondents include Ann Clark Campbell, John W. Campbell, Richard H. Long, and Thomas Baltzell. The collection included a broadside, Pensacola Gazette Extra Saturday, BRO 1826 P4, which has been added to the broadside collection
Clarke family papers by Clark family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Samuel and Silas Clarke lived in Pomfret, Connecticut. They received several densely written letters from their relative Lewis L. Clarke of South Kingston, Rhode Island, 1811-1812, exhorting them to be more religious. Samuel Clarke purchased land in Vermont from Simon Shepard in 1788. Lewis L. Clarke wrote his will in 1824 in which he mentioned his nephews Silas and Samuel. Deeds to Edward Clarke of Douglas, Massachusetts, for land in Worcester County date from 1835 and 1836. Edward was the defendant in a case of debt heard in Chippewa County, Michigan, 1848
Clark family : by Clark family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection includes a letter, 1863 Oct. 19, from Camp Hard Tack, Ala., describing the 28th Kentucky Infantry Regiment's march through Tenn. The letter was written by sergeant Milton Cook Clark, who was killed when the steamboat Sultana exploded near Memphis, Tenn., 1865 Mar. 27. Other items include an 1852 Louisville Journal address; a military discharge for Charles G. Clark, a musician in the Union Army; Thomas Hamel's version of the Star Spangled Banner; a carpentry receipt for the building of W.R. Cox's house; and genealogical information taken from the William D. Clark Bible
by Clark family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Accounts (1802-1818, 1829-1852, 1855-1886) of the family business in Wells
Letters by Clark family( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

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in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The correspondence reflects life in rural Iowa and Illinois during the Civil War era with references to Des Moines, Mount Pleasant, and Winfield, Iowa, and Wenona, Illinois. The soldiers wrote concerning military hospitals, military draft, Black regiments, Lincoln's assassins, and the Battle of Murfreesboro. The regiments involved include the 45th Iowa Infantry, 12th Infantry (Colored), 101st Infantry (Colored), and the 125th Infantry (Colored)
Learnard-Badger( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of the interrelated Badger and Learnard families, including correspondence, 1850-1929, of family members George Edward Learnard, his wife Martha Elizabeth (Richardson) Learnard, their daughter Grace Richardson (Learnard) Badger, and her husband, Arthur Campbell Badger. The bulk of the correspondence relates to personal and family matters. Additional correspondence includes letters written from Grace Learnard to her parents during a European tour in 1886 and letters written to her to thank her for her hospitality in hosting a party for the Boston War Camp Community at her home in 1917. A run of typescript copies of letters from Doris Badger (later Clark) to her parents, Arthur and Grace Badger, details her service in Germany and France immediately following World War I. Badger served the 76th Field Artillery of the Army of Occupation in a Y.M.C.A. canteen in Kottenheim, Germany in 1919, distributed clothing in France for a short time for the Duryea War Relief Committee, and did recreation work with children for the Committee for Devastated France in Vic-sur-Aisne in late 1919 and early 1920. The collection also includes compositions (1847-51) and an autograph book of poetry, most written by women, kept by Martha E. Richardson (1850-55); Grace Badger's book of visiting in Newton Centre, Mass. (1894-1906); invitations; and calling cards
Clark-McCreary papers by Clark family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The majority of this collection consists of correspondence related to the families of David B. McCreary and his daughter, Sophia McCreary Clark ("Sophy"), both of Erie, Pennsylvania. David and his wife Annette corresponded with family and acquaintances throughout the mid- to late 19th century, including the Civil War era and the Spanish-American War era. The letters of Sophy, her husband Henry, and their daughter Annette span the late 19th and early 20th centuries
 
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From sea to shining seaMy grandfather's house : a genealogy of doubt and faith