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Palmer family

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by Palmer family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Deeds, legal papers, ms. of family genealogy compiled by Sarah Moore Fell (1822-1911), and pictures
Collection of papers by Palmer family( )

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Correspondence, estate and guardianship papers, deeds to Falmouth real estate, certificates of appointment, bills rendered, and miscellaneous materials, chiefly of and relating to the family of Rev. Samuel Palmer, first minister of First Congregational Church, Falmouth, Mass., including his sons, Thomas and Joseph, Thomas's children, Job, Martha, and Thomas, Jr., and Joseph's wife, Ruth (Butler) Palmer; papers of other family members; and notes of Rev. Henry Herbert Smythe tracing the history of the site of the house of Rev. Palmer. Of particular interest are certificates of appointment (1781-1798) of Joseph Palmer as captain of the 5th Company, First Regiment of Militia of Barnstable County, signed by John Hancock and Joseph Dimmick and appointments of Joseph to various official positions by the town of Falmouth
Palmer-Averill papers( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Legal and financial papers (1753-1770) of Barnabas and Hannah Palmer, of Branford, Conn.; family letters (1843-1846) to John Palmer (d. 1846) of Georgetown, Washington, D.C., and later Louisiana, chiefly relating to Branford news; letters (1836-1871) to Nancy Palmer and other family members from a cousin, Harriette (Averill) Carter Linsley, of Avon, Conn.; and other papers
Shindler-Palmer family papers( )

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Business and personal correspondence of Robert Doyne Shindler (1814-1874), San Augustine and Nacogdoches clergyman, and of his wife, Mary S.B. Palmer Dana Shindler (1810-1883); together with job prospects and recommendations, certificates, diplomas, legal documents, and writings of R.D. Shindler; and clippings, legal documents, creative writings, and journal of Mary Dana Shindler. Includes genealogical material on the Palmer family
by Charles Palmer( )

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Family correspondence, including that of Palmer as a student at Swarthmore College, diaries of Palmer's father, Lewis Palmer (1837-1917), mother, Hannah H. Palmer (1836-1917), and other family members in Chester and Delaware counties, Pa., account books, business and legal papers, essays, poetry, clippings, memorabilia, and other papers. Includes material relating to Lewis Palmer's book, A Genealogical Record of the Descendants of John and Mary Palmer (1875), and to Quaker affairs, especially work for prohibition
Edwin Arlington Robinson letters to the Palmer family by Edwin Arlington Robinson( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters from American poet Edwin Arlington Robinson to longtime friends from Gardiner, Maine, Fred, Clara, and Oakes Palmer. Also includes typescript transcripts of some letters and letters from Maine State Librarian, Henry E. (Henry Ernest) Dunnack to Clara Palmer concerning his research on EAR, and clippings on EAR
Palmer family papers by Palmer family( )

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The papers of Ray Palmer (1808-1887) and his son Charles Ray Palmer (1834-1914), both clergymen. The Ray Palmer papers consist of correspondence, two letterbooks, sermons, hymns and poems, diaries, a memoir, and other materials. The letterbooks contain correspondence from ministers and a few public officials. In the Charles Ray Palmer papers are essays, poems, notes on lectures given at Andover Theological Seminary by Edwards A. Park, sermons, writings and miscellaneous papers
by Palmer family( )

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Palmer family letters by Palmer family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters, a diary, account book, and memorandum book, of Albert G. Palmer and his family in Canastota, Madison County, New York; also, a school gazette edited by H. A. Palmer mentioning election politics in 1848 and moral subjects
Palmer family papers by Palmer family( )

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Correspondence among members of the Palmer family of Southeastern Connecticut, including the town of North Stonington. Includes deeds, poems and essays, the will of Luther Palmer, and other family papers. Some family members had moved to other parts of the country, including Cassius Palmer, writing from Ann Arbor, Michigan
Papers by Palmer family( )

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Chiefly correspondence exchanged between members of the Palmer family of New Hampshire. Subjects include the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, commodity prices in New Hampshire, economic conditions in Iowa and Wisconsin, and Williams College. Members of the family represented include Alving, Austin, Emma A., George W., Henry H., Nathaniel, and Sarah Palmer
Palmer family papers by Palmer family( )

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Primarily militia records and correspondence of two generations of a North Stonington, Connecticut. The earliest materials relate to Elias S. Palmer who was in the town militia. His papers include a letter to Lucy Palmer, 1799; militia records including regimental orders from the commander of the 30th Regiment of militia, addressed primarily to Elias, 1787-1800, Elias' letter of resignation sent to Governor Jonathan Trumbull, 1799, and records of the court martial of Nehemiah Palmer for not sending a return of his men to headquarters, 1798; assorted legal documents, 1787-1814; his list for highway taxes he collected for the town, 1797; and promissory notes and bills and receipts, 1783-1845. The remainder of the collection consists of letters between and to sisters Sarah T. Palmer and Juliet Palmer and their parents Robert P. and Harriet Palmer. Sarah's incoming correspondence is from friends and family; letters from Lina Gardiner compare teaching methods, while a letter from L.M. Sheldon of Suffield discusses discipline in the class room and Minni Knox of West Suffield writes about art classes and their former schoolmates who are also teaching. Gertrude Palmer of Brooklyn, New York, wrote to her uncle Robert P. Palmer and her aunt Harriet Palmer frequently, sometimes ordering butter. Juliet Palmer's incoming correspondence is from her sister Sarah while Sarah is in Suffield attending boarding school, where she takes Algebra, Latin, grammar, philosophy and geometry
Herbert and Palmer families papers( )

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Collection of correspondence exchanged between various family members and others. Two letters are written from San Francisco to family members shortly after the 1906 earthquake. Also includes Calif. real estate legal documents, a Sons of Temperance certificate affixed with a paper seal (Churchville Division No. 113. Sons of Temperance, State of Maryland), and other ephemera
Letters by Palmer family( )

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Autographed letter signed, 1890 March 26, from Dorothy Palmer to her mother. Written in German on 1 ℓ
by Palmer family( )

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Letters written by C. W., Lydia, and Ann Palmer, early settlers of Rock County, Wis., to their family in New Hampshire, describing farming conditions in their locality and urging their relatives to come West and invest in land
Bason-Palmer-Price family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection consists mainly of 19th century deeds of the Bason and Price families of Rockingham County, N.C. Other land records include Alamance County, N.C., deeds; land grants from Rockingham and Guilford counties, N.C.; and land descriptions and plats. Other records concerning the Bason, Price, and related families include correspondence, wills, estate records, and financial records. Correspondence includes a letter from a Confederate soldier that describes life at Camp Ashe near Wilmington, N.C.; letters containing genealogical information on the Bason family of Rockingham County, N.C., and the Dishong family of Florida; letters from A.B. Gorrell & Son of the Farmers' Warehouse, Winston, N.C.; and letters regarding the Dishongs's agricultural pursuits in Tampa, Fla. The wills of Sarah Hays of Davidson County, N.C., and Arthur Hays of Rockingham County, N.C., contain genealogical information. Financial records concern land arbitration, the purchase of a slave, promissory obligation, relinquishment, judgments, and taxes
Palmer family (Pontiac, Mich.) papers by Palmer family( )

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The collection has been arranged by name of family member. The Charles Henry Palmer subgroup includes business correspondence relating to northern Michigan mining business affairs and other real estate and railroad investments; also copies of letters from Henry P. Tappan written while traveling in Europe. The Charles H. Palmer Jr. subgroup includes business papers and University of Michigan student notebooks, ca. 1863, on lectures of De Volson Wood and Andrew D. White. Other materials include
Palmer family (Ann Arbor, Mich.) architectural drawings by Palmer family( )

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Architectural drawings and renderings for their Ann Arbor, Michigan home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and his associates
Royall Tyler collection by Royall Tyler( )

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The collection encompasses a large correspondence file of the Tyler family, including letters written and received by children and descendants of the family, as well as affiliated families such as the Palmers, the Boardmans and Meigs, and the Browns. Particularly well represented in the correspondence are Thomas Pickman Tyler, Guy Brown, and Diane Brown Tyler. There are also copies of commonplace books kept by various family members, and copies of sermons
Palmer family papers by Palmer family( )

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Primarily correspondence among members of the Palmer, Main and Randall families of North Stonington, Connecticut. Also includes assorted financial records, deeds, a school register, 1862, school exercise books and essays, and a medical notebook of Alonzo A. Palmer. Other Palmer family members whose names appear in the collection are Susan Main Palmer, George C. Palmer, and Caius C. Palmer. Susan Palmer received letters from her family including Robert P. Main and Rufus Wells Main. Within the collection but with no apparent connection are the papers of Benjamin and Nathan Billings of Griswold and Preston, Connecticut, respectively. Benjamin M. Randall wrote several letters to Abel Palmer from his home in Westerly, Rhode Island, and the Randall family is also represented by Phineas Randall
 
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