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Stone family

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Works: 636 works in 798 publications in 1 language and 3,124 library holdings
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Most widely held works by Stone family
by Stone family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Robert Stone (d. 1860) papers series includes ship's papers of schooner Salem documenting Stone's claim to the French government for the captured vessel, partially owned by his father, Robert (1744-1817), and Joseph White; shipping papers reflecting his candle and chandlery business (Robert Stone, Jr. & Co.) owned with Hugh Irwin; correspondence and other papers relating to land purchased in Michigan; and estate papers relating to the administration of the estates of Benjamin Barstow, Abigail Gibaut, and James Dunlap, including documents of schooner Polly and account of John Gibaut documenting his duties as Gloucester Custom House official. Benjamin W. Stone papers series reflects business transactions (independent of shipping merchant activities) and family affairs, including information concerning his father's distillery and the importation and exportation of cargo; documents pertaining to shareholdings in New Market Manufacturing Co. (textile manufacturer, Newmarket, N.H.); correspondence, deeds, and accounts of family properties in Monroe County, Mich., and real estate in Salem and Essex County, Mass., owned by Robert Stone (d. 1860), Nathaniel Silsbee, and Dudley Leavitt Pickman
Stone-Askew collection( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Photographs, correspondence, deed, tax receipts, certificates, and other papers relating to members of the Stone and Askew familes. Persons represented included Stephen K. Stone (1819-1909), merchant of Fayetteville, Ark., Lucy Keblinger Stone, Lucy Askew Thompson, and George Askew
by Stone family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Chiefly correspondence, diary, writings, and other papers of Robert G. Stone, Confederate soldier with Company K, 15th Georgia Infantry; together with land plats and indentures to property in Hancock and Washington counties, Ga., and ephemera. Includes material relating to Stone's participation in the battles of Chattanooga, Richmond, Antietam, 2nd Manassas, and Appomattox Court House
Stone family papers by Stone family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Papers of the Stone family, 1707-1912, include deeds for land in Watertown, Cambridge, and Newton, Mass., and land abutting the Mt. Auburn Cemetery; records of the trustees of the estate of Joshua Coolidge Stone, 1905-12; and an agreement made by the heirs of Nathaniel Stone, 1848, pertaining to his estate. Also includes a copy of the exercises for the Watertown High School Annual Exhibition on 26 June 1889, and miscellaneous receipts
Merit Residence Hall design competition( Book )

1 edition published in 1985 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Stone family business papers by (Family : Stone( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection consists of papers of the Stone family from 1880-1943. Papers include receipts of Mary Stone, promissory notes to William Stone, Georgia State College report cards, and business papers concerning Athens Chronicle and Athens Publishing Company. Volumes included are a cashbook of Athens Weekly Chronicle; cashbook of Hubert Banking Company; and a scrapbook created by Jennie Stone containing a newspaper story by Harry Stillwell Edwards
Barnett family papers by Barnett family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The bulk of this collection consists of Mrs. Barnett's genealogical research
Stone family papers by Stone family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection consists of correspondence, a diary, writings, and other papers of Robert G. Stone, who was a Confederate soldier with Company K, 15th Georgia Infantry; together with land plats and indentures to property in Hancock and Washington Counties, Ga.; and other ephemera such as Stone's C.S.A. cuff link and medals. Stone's few letters and diary entries follow his service from 1860 through 1865, when he surrendered at Appomattox Court House shortly before General Lee's surrender. The collection also includes material relating to Stone's participation in the battles of Chattanooga, Richmond, Antietam, 2nd Manassas, and Appomattox Court House
Stone-Green family papers by Stone-Green family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection consists of letters, most written in 1916, between Nora L. Stone and Raymond O. Green while courting in western Kentucky. The letters primarily express the love and devotion that each feels for the other. They particularly enjoy teasing one another regarding suspicions that each still has romantic feelings for another person and each claims to write longer, more frequent letters than the other. Many of the letters contain references to social life and local customs. Letters dated October 1918 indicate that Raymond had been inducted into the army but was confined to a local hospital when stricken with the flu raging in the Bowling Green, Ky. area. Letters in the 1960s are to Raymond Green's sister, Ethel James, and family
by Stone family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Stone Family Papers by Stone family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection contains business and legal papers of Salem shipping merchants Robert Stone (d. 1860), Benjamin W. Stone (1809-1891) and Robert Stone (b. 1813). Also included are business and legal papers of Dr. Henry Osgood Stone (1821-1888) and Dr. John Osgood Stone (1813-1876)
Stone family correspondence by Stone family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The bulk of the incoming correspondence was written to May Stone, the wife of Edward Stone who ran the American Asylum for the Deaf and dumb in Hartford, Connecticut. Most of the letters were written by her children. Daughter Elizabeth was in Northampton, Massachusetts in 1893-1894 and wrote to her mother regularly. Daughter Henrietta live in Chicago and also wrote regularly. Son Edward Stone, Jr., wrote from New haven where he attended Yale, but he did not write frequently and when he did it was usually to ask for money. In 1878 Mary received numerous letters of condolence when Edward died. Edward's correspondence is not extensive, dating form 1864-1865, but the letters were written to Gilbert O. Fay who was the Superintendent of the Institute for Deaf and Dumb in Columbus, Ohio. They were comparing notes about the best way to handle institutions such as theirs and how best to educate their special students. There are several letters written to Jane and Henrietta Stone, and Henrietta and Elizabeth wrote to brother Edward between 1893 and 1901. In addition to the Stone correspondence, there are letters to Mrs. Catharine H. Gillette of East Haddam, Connecticut, from friends and from her granddaughters Florence and Molly, 1886-1901, and letters to Anna M. Johnson of Hartford, Connecticut. One letter discusses her salary as a teacher. The relationship between the Stone family, Gillette and Johnson is not know
Carlton J. Corliss collection by Carlton J Corliss( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters and legal documents relating to events and land transactions in the District of Columbia; together with personal papers and legal documents of the William B. Stone family of Port Tobacco, Md. Includes legal documents and letters (1809-1827) relating to Tench Ringgold's activities as U.S. marshal for the District of Columbia. Persons represented include Edward M. Gallaudet, Benjamin O. Tayloe, John P. Van Ness, and Richard Wallach
Stone family papers by Stone family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Samuel P. McCalmont, Republican legislator from Pennsylvania, later founder of that state's Prohibition Party; papers of William A. Stone, Jr., and other members of Stone, McCalmont, Osborn, and Keeler families; and photographs
Haws family papers by Haws Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Other topics represented include the financial matters (stocks and investments; loans, etc.); farming and agriculture (seeds, fertilizer, livestock, planting); zinc mining; forestry; and land prospecting
John Langdon, William Whipple, and Elwyn family papers by John Langdon( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of William Whipple, judge, signer of the Declaration of Independence, and Revolutionary military and political leader, who served in the Continental Congress (1776-1779), commanded New Hampshire militia in the Saratoga and Rhode Island campaigns, and was a close ally of Langdon, include correspondence, U.S. Congressional documents, and military and financial papers
Frederick L. Stone family papers by Frederick Lauson Stone( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Chiefly personal papers of Stone's son, Harlan Fiske Stone, American jurist and Supreme Court justice, including correspondence, writings, speeches, photographs, 2 newsreel films, memorabilia, articles, and clippings, reflecting his life and career; materials about H.F. Stone's brother, Winthrop E. Stone, particularly relating to his career as president of Purdue University and death in a mountain-climbing accident; papers of Frederick L. Stone (father of H.F. and W.E. Stone), relating to his farm in Amherst and other local investments and activities; papers of David F. Stone, ikncluding records, photographs, and scrapbooks reflecting his military service with U.S. Naval Reserve during World War I; small amount of material on Marshall H. Stone and Agnes H. Stone, wife of Harlan F. Stone; family photographs; and genealogical information on the Stone family
Stone Family papers by Stone Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence among members of the extended Stone family. Reverend Collins Stone was superintendent of the Deaf & Dumb Asylum in Hartford beginning in 1852. On 23 Dec 1870 he was fatally injured when he misjudged a rail crossing and his carriage was wrecked by a train. His son, Edward Collins Stone, succeeded him at the Asylum and would later be followed by Job Williams, husband of Rev. Stone's daughter (and Edward's sister), Catherine "Kate" Stone Williams. The family has a connection to the Hartford Watkinsons through Collins' wife, Ellen Jane Gill Stone, and their daughter, Louisa, wife of Edward Blair Watkinson. Two branches of the Stone family merged with the marriage of Collins' sister Urania to Rollin Sidney Stone in 1835
Papers of the Stone family by Stone family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection contains a letter to Daniel Webster regarding the commercial and legal concerns of New York businessmen; a letter discussing a chief of the Iroquois; several letters concerning publication of Alfred B. Street's Burgoyne and Benson Lossing's subscription to it; and a letter on autograph collecting
Stone Family Collection by Stone family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letter to Stone from his godson requesting books, 1789; copy of Asaph Stone's will, 1853; legal correspondence of William, Frederick, and Michael Stone, attorneys; and an 1836 letter from Michael Stone to Mary E. Jenks of Boston. Also receipts and legal papers
 
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Alternative Names
Stoan family

Stones family

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