Most widely held works about Gurney family
Most widely held works by Gurney family
A history of the Gurney system of shorthand by William Henry Gurney Salter ( Book )
1 edition published in 1924 in English and held by 13 libraries worldwide
Bourne families collection, ca. 1683-1946 ( )
in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Correspondence, diaries, wills, guardianship and estate records, financial papers, deeds to real estate in Sandwich, Falmouth, Plymouth, and Martha's Vineyard, Mass., powers of attorney, genealogical and biographical materials, photographs, and other papers of Benjamin Bourne (1744-1827), physician, his wife, Hannah (Bodfish) Bourne, son, Benjamin, Jr. (1784-1863), also a physician, daughters Hannah (Bourne) Ellis and Elizabeth (Bourne) Gurney, and the related families of Ellis, Gurney, Holmes, Howard, Nye, Skiff, and Swift, chiefly of Sandwich, Mass. Includes Sandwich town records such as records (ca. 1798-1861) of the Overseers of the Poor, returns of school agents (ca. 1809-1854), and highway tax returns (1818-1824), reflecting the activities of selectmen, Melatiah and Thomas Bourne; and papers (1861-1948) of Nathan Bourne Hartford (1861-1948), president of Bourne Historical Society, and his wife, Emma C. Hartford, chiefly relating to daily activities and local events.
Archives Barclay family Bibliography Biography Bourne Historical Society Breach of promise Bryden family Budd family Buxton family Carney family Catalogs Cook family Darling family Decedents' estates Earlham Hall (Norfolk, England) England England--Norfolk Families France Genealogy Great Britain Guardian and ward Gurney, Joseph John,--1788-1847 Gurney, Priscilla,--1785-1821 Gurney family History Hoare,--Mrs.--1784-1836 Library of the Society of Friends (London Yearly Meeting) Local history Manors Manuscripts Massachusetts--Falmouth Massachusetts--Martha's Vineyard Massachusetts--Plymouth Massachusetts--Sandwich Massachusetts--Sandwich (Town) Political science Poor--Services for Public schools Quakers Real property Records and correspondence Roads Russia Society of Friends Taxation Temple family Women Women--Social and moral questions Yvery family