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Howard family

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Works: 719 works in 967 publications in 1 language and 7,082 library holdings
Genres: History  Sources  Genealogy  Personal correspondence 
Roles: Author
Classifications: DA25.M2, 942
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The manuscripts of the Earl of Carlisle, preserved at Castle Howard by Great Britain( )

2 editions published in 1897 in English and held by 7 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The manuscripts consist of a small number of documents of the 13th to 17th centuries and an extensive collection of eighteenth century papers, including the private and official correspondence of the Howard family with most of the important men of the period. Among the public documents are papers and minutes relating to the "American War of Independence, the negotiations with the Americans in 1778-80 [and] the fifth Earl of Carlisle's mission to America as British commissioner". Of the private correspondence the largest group contains the letters of George Selwyn to the fifth Earl of Carlisle, 1767-1790
Bourne families collection( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member 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
Howard-Ridgely-Maynard families papers( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, diaries, family Bibles, deeds, land and legal papers, vital records, clippings, photos, and other papers, of prominent Maryland families, including Eastman, Howard, Maynard, Owen, and Ridgely families. Includes letters to Louisa Eastman Maynard (1822-1908) relating to her life in and around Auburn and Springfield, Ill. (1840-1900) and letters from her brothers who settled in California during the gold rush; sermons and family correspondence of Rev. Greenbury W. Ridgely relating to life in Kentucky, Maryland, and Ohio; and Howard family papers relating to land transactions in Maryland (1684-1890). Other persons represented include Augustus Eastman, David Eastman, Cornelius Howard, James McHenry Howard, James Maynard, James Pelham Maynard, Juliana Owen Maynard, Mary Hilleary Maynard, Owen Maynard, Richard David Maynard, Richard F. Maynard, Richard Owen, Richard H. Owen, Elizabeth Short Ridgely, Frederick Ridgely, I. Davis Thomson, and Julia Maynard Thomson
Katharine Martindale Family papers( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Cheever and Howard family papers( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, legal papers, receipts, financial documents, estate papers, and miscellaneous materials, of and relating to members of the Cheever and Howard families, chiefly of Salem, Mass. Family members represented include Benjamin Cheever (1747-1832), his wife, Mary (1751-1842), Benjamin, Jr., and Mary (d. 1856?); John Howard, Jr., and his wife, Priscilla (Cheever); Eliza (Cheever) Ward; Sarah (Cheever) Lewis; William Augustus and Benjamin Cheever (d. 1870) Howard; and William Briggs Reed, and his wife, Eliza (Howard), of Southborough and Boston, Mass
by Howard family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, daybooks, and other papers, of Ellery B. Howard, clothier and entrepreneur, H.H. Howard, Miss H.M. Howard, and other family members, chiefly relating to the clothing business but also other business involvements such as a tavern and sawmill. Includes letters written to Ellery B. Howard, Jr., in Illinois, reflecting business enterprises there; and official communications and accounts concerning another son's service during the Civil War
Bible records of the Howard family by Howard family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Howard family collection by Howard family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Charles Howard compiled the Howard family scrapbook, which includes photographs, news clippings, and miscellany relating largely to the life of the compiler and his father from 1856 to 1942. It includes photographs of various travels abroad and in the U.S. The Howard family history binder, prepared by Mary Payne for Alma Trevett (the daughter of Charles’s cousin Mary Howard Trevett), contains genealogical records and related research for family members from 1670 to 1959. Much of the research conducted is undated, but spans many decades, with original documents dating from 1862 to 1989. It includes coverage of the shootings of four Howard family members by Ethel Howard in 1935. A second box of materials contains a Christmas greeting card, school histories, wills, photos, and many other items
Howard Family papers by Howard Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Miscellaneous items of the Howard family of Watertown include an account book recording meals, expenses, auto, laundry, labor, rent, 1938-40; bankbooks of Clinton W. Howard, 1928-54; genealogical notes and clippings on the descendants of Hosea Howard and Hannah Coates, 1910-37; and family photographs, c.1880-1956
Cleland-Howard family papers by Cleland-Howard family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of Reverend Thomas Horace Cleland (1816-1892), minister of the First Presbyterian Church of Lebanon, Kentucky, and his family. Included are his memorandum books, 1841-1890; sermons, 1875-1879; notes on religion, politics, etc., mission records; papers of his son Robert Cleland; manuscripts of Rose Cleland Grundy; and papers of Thomas Howard of Massachusetts and Reverend Hosea Howard, 19th missionary in Burma
Coon and Howard family letters by Howard family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection contains 3 letters written by members of the Coon and Howard families in Lakeview, Michigan; Waukee, Iowa; and Orchard Park, New York, in the late 1800s. The women of the Howard family contributed to each of the letters, describing their farms and sharing aspects of their everyday lives
Arcturus L. Howard family memorabilia by Howard family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Documents of Anna Morrison Howard, wife of Washington educator Arcturus Lee Howard (d. 1945), and their daughters Marian and Dorothy
Howard family genealogy by Sally Sylvester Dwight( )

1 edition published in 1989 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Written genealogical information about the Howard family by Sally Dwight, great granddaughter of Dr. Joseph Howard of Stateburg, South Carolina. Other letters about the Howard family by Sally Dwight are filed in the Library of Lord Howard, the Duke of Norfolk at Arundell Castle, West Sussex, England
Mary Dean and Chapin Howard family collection by Howard family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection contains letters, documents, financial records, photographs, and other materials related to Chapin and Mary Dean Howard of Meriden, Connecticut, and Grafton, Vermont. Mary Howard's incoming correspondence includes letters from her two sisters and her brother-in-law, who lived Sioux Falls, South Dakota, in the late 19th century
Howard family papers by Howard family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Howard Family Papers date from 1829 to 1868 and contain correspondence and a broadside. Most of the letters are written to Lizzie Howard by her mother Sara and her brother John. In general, they concern family news, social events, customs, and conditions in Tennessee. Events referred to include a visit at the home of Hon. Judge Ewing, Chief Justice of Kentucky; an epidemic of cholera in Nashville; the price of slaves in the area; and Mammoth Cave in Kentucky, a place of "fashionable escort." Three letters written during the Civil War contain news of the homefront: Yankee troops occupy Nashville and threaten Memphis; their slaves have left and gone into Yankee employment in Gallatin; the unreliable mail service and lack of communication increase their sense of isolation. The broadside is an advertisement for "Mrs. Howard's School for Young Ladies. Jonesborough, East-Tennessee. March, 1829."
Howard family papers by Howard family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, financial records and accounts, estate papers, patents, architectural drawings, legal papers, diaries and college school papers of a Hampton, Connecticut, family. Members include Sarah Howard, John Howard, James Howard Sr. and his lawyer son James Howard Jr., Lucy Howard, John C. Howard who operated a farm, Maria P. Howard, and James J. Howard, a lawyer. Of note are the post office records and patents of John C. Howard, a letter from Lucy Howard while a student at Miss Balch's School in Providence, Rhode Island, a sketch Lucy made of her home in Abington, the diary of Maria P. Howard, and architectural drawings for one or two houses the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, New York. Also of note, but seemingly not related to the Howard family, are two documents involving the African America couple Cato and Ellen Bloomfield, one an agreement dated 1834, and a probate record, 1838, giving Ellen administrative rights to Cato's estate, and the 1851 pension application of Dorcas Bower
Correspondence by Howard family( )

1 edition published in 1838 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters are between family members, including one from Sarah P. Howard to her daughter Eliza (n.d.) concerning her studies of philosophy, French, painting and botany
Howard family collection( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers saved by the Howard family (probably of New London, Conn.), mostly 19th century and undated, consisting of poems, some by Nancy H. Henfield, some by J.H. Henfield (her son, both of New London), some by an unknown poet; 1 p. of a lesson; one letter to a Fanny (likely Fanny W. Gardner) from Augusta A. Rogers (Fanny's sister; both of Hartford, Conn.) (1854); and billheads relating to Henfield & Starr in New London
Sylvester family genealogical file by Sally Sylvester Dwight( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Consisting chiefly of photocopies of indentures, wills, birth and death certificates, family bible records, and miscellaneous genealogical information re Naomi Vaughan Hampton, William Hampton, Joseph Howard, Asbury Sylvester, Augusta Smith Sylvester, Joseph Sylvester, Joseph Howard Sylvester, Robert Mathis Davidson Sylvester, Vincent Vaughan, and various other members of the Sylvester and allied families
 
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