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Webster family

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Works: 387 works in 519 publications in 2 languages and 3,379 library holdings
Genres: History  Genealogy  Archives  Church history  Albums (Books)  Records and correspondence  Sources  Account books  Diaries  Deeds 
Roles: Author
Classifications: CS439.W4185, 929.20942
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Papers by Webster Family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Papers include biographical notes on members of the Webster family, notes on ship Orantes, transcripts of correspondence. Includes three letters from Elizabeth Webster (London) to her son Edmund Phoenix Webster (Melbourne) 1845-1848 with family news. Includes another letter from Sarah Bourne, 1872 Nov 27, to her son with family news
Tenino by May Webster Jackson( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This is a brief history of Tenino, Washington written by Mrs. Mae Webster Jackson. It consists of 5 hand-written leaves on letter size lined paper. She mentions in her history the pioneer family names of the area. She lists these as pioneer families: Gibsons, Martins, Websters, Yantis, Northcraft, Hewets, McMillans, Hodgdens [sic], Davenports and Tilleys
Webster Family Papers by Webster family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters, receipts, and more of John C. Webster and William Bayley
Papers by James W Paige( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Contains a series of letters among James W. Paige (1792-1868), his wife Harriette Story White, his half-sister Grace Fletcher Webster, his brother-in-law statesman Daniel Webster, and other members of the Paige and Webster families. The letters relate primarily to family business but contain occasional references to Webster's activities and the contemporary political scene. Additional Webster materials include a copy of his will, descriptions of his illness and last days, and the results of a phrenological study on him. The papers also contain letters from James W. Paige, Jr., to his father James W., Sr. regarding his work as a relief agent with the U.S. Sanitary Commission during the Civil War; letters from Harriette Paige to her husband written while traveling in England (1839); a few misc. papers of Abbott Lawrence; and bills of James W. Paige, Jr. incurred while travelling in Europe, 1884-86
Beach, Webster, and Dickinson families papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers relating to the three family lines of Beach, Webster, and Dickinson. A large part of the collection consists of genealogical information culled from a variety of sources. Original materials include marriage certificates; correspondence; mortgages and deeds; estate inventories; scrapbooks; news clippings; 19th century recipe (receipt) books (one book is an account book (1820s-1850s) that has been pasted over); 19th and 3arly 20th century newspapers and clippings, including the Litchfield Monitor (1802-1803), Litchfield Republican (1856), and Connecticut Courant (1820s); autograph albums; documentation on Goshen and Milton; many family photographs of various types, including daguerreotypes, tintypes, cartes-de-visite, and cabinet cards as well as two large photograph albums from the late 19th century; and 19th-early 20th century books. The papers do not document the business activities of the families
Tenino by May Webster Jackson( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This is a brief history of Tenino, Washington written by Mrs. Mae Webster Jackson. It consists of 5 hand-written leaves on letter size lined paper. She mentions in her history the pioneer family names of the area. She lists these as pioneer families: Gibsons, Martins, Websters, Yantis, Northcraft, Hewets, McMillans, Hodgdens [sic], Davenports and Tilleys. It is part of Tate Henry Rogers Collection at the WSL Manuscript Collection (MS 133)
Portsmouth Historical Society collection( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, sermons, lectures, scrapbooks, diaries, business papers, music mss., deeds, school and maritime records, records of the jail and post office, and other materials, owned by the society (founded 1917), relating to Portsmouth, N.H
Kent Family papers by Kent family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Kent Family Papers contains letters, manuscripts, journals, and documents of the Kent family. The bulk of this material is the papers of James Kent and of William Kent. Also included are autographs, letters, and various ephemera collected by the Kent, Pinckney, and Webster families
Webster family papers by Webster family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection consists of correspondence, photographs, printed materials, and financial records belonging to the Webster family of Malibu, California. The collection spans from 1922 to 1963
by Jamerson family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, deeds, land settlements, and other papers of Jamerson and other Franklin County, Va., families including Akers, Basham, Neff, Raford, and Webster. Includes 15 Confederate soldiers' letters from John Jamerson, in the 37th Virginia Cavalry, and John Hartsel, written from Norfolk and Washington counties, Va
Book of hours (fragmentary), Use of Le Mans, in Latin by Catholic Church( )

in Latin and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Battle Abbey archives by Battle Abbey( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection consists of two parts: the records of the Benedictine abbey of St. Martin at Battle, Sussex, dating before 1538, and the papers from 1538 onward, chiefly of the Browne family (1538-1721), Viscounts Montague, who purchased the Battle Abbey properties following the monastery's dissolution, and then the Webster family (1721-1857). The collection is particularly rich in monastic and estate accounts, court records, and deeds for lands possessed by Battle Abbey in Sussex, Berkshire, Essex, Surrey, and Kent. The records prior to 1538 consist of a complete monastic archive, the product of one integrated religious institution. Document types include obedientiary and estate and manorial accounts; court rolls and other court records; deeds and charters; rentals and surveys, with related papers; and miscellaneous papers. The papers created after the dissolution of the monastery consist of two major sub-collections, corresponding to Browne and Webster family papers, as well as of Cheke, Jorden, and Whistler. The bulk of this post-Dissolution material pertain to the Webster family, and deals with legal, financial, and estate matters. There is little correspondence
Battle Abbey archives addenda by Battle Abbey( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The addenda consists of six deeds, 1372-1528; arranged chronologically. One deed is a grant for life to John de Mapples in Beauchief, Derbyshire (HM 82452); mistakenly attributed to Battle in Sussex by an earlier cataloger. The other five deeds include grants, leases and contracts for the Abbey of St. Martin at Battle, Sussex (HM 82453-82457)
Francis H. Webster letters by Webster family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection contains 2 letters that Francis H. Webster wrote to his siblings while serving with the 1st Massachusetts Heavy Artillery Regiment in 1863. Webster described several aspects of camp life and provided his opinions about the conduct of the war
Notes, genealogical, historical & heraldic, relating to the Websters, of Flamborough, London & Warwickshire by Peter Charles Gillies Webster( Book )

1 edition published in 1880 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

by Kent family( )

in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Letters, manuscripts, and documents of the Kent family. The bulk of this material is the papers of James Kent and of William Kent. The correspondence represents a broad spectrum of 19th century figures prominent in the legal, political, and literary fields. The manuscripts and documents, primarily legal in character, include essays, legal opinions by different jurists, memoranda on legal questions, and resolutions of various groups upon the death of Chancellor Kent. The documents include wills, deeds, invitations, certificates, a box of Chancellor Kent's legal opinions of cases submitted to him, and a box of his notes taken from various authors. In addition to material relating to the Kent family, there are autographs, letters, and memorabilia collected by the Kent, Pinckney, and Webster families while they were in London during the 1790s and during the 1830s. There are letters, calling cards, stamps, clippings, engravings, currency, silhouettes, and many autographs of the Revolutionary period. Also, an account of a journey from New York to the eastern states; Chancellor Kent's notes on the Napoleonic Campaign, 1807-1808, his journal of the campaigns including action between the United States and Great Britain in the War of 1812, and his personal diaries, 1843-1847; and a journal of a tour in Europe, 1826, kept by Mary Kent Stone (Mrs. John Seely Stone)
 
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