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Churchill family

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Works: 195 works in 346 publications in 1 language and 12,094 library holdings
Genres: Records and correspondence  History  Sources  Diaries 
Roles: Author
Classifications: TX714,
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"Faithful but unfortunate": the rise and progress of the Churchill family by Churchill Family( Book )

1 edition published in 1882 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Churchill family : by Churchill family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of a personal, business, and legal nature reflect the activities and interests of the Churchills in Virginia and Kentucky. Also included is a group of Luke P. and Julia C. Blackburn papers. Of particular interest are those letters regarding Dr. Blackburn's involvement in the Civil War. Correspondents include George D. Prentice, Braxton Bragg, John A. Quitman, Basil W. Duke, John J. Pettus, and William F. Green
Churchill family papers by Churchill family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection contains two letters. The first, from Orin and Emeline (Pope) Churchill to her parents, describes their religious experiences and activities (1840). The second, from C. Churchill to his father-in-law, discusses Masonic activity in Three Oaks, Michigan (1874)
Churchill-Cooper family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers consist chiefly of letters addressed to Anna Churchill Cooper from her mother and siblings in New Lebanon, New York. The content of most letters regard personal and family matters, and information related to the social life and customs of New Lebanon
Wyman family papers by Wyman family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of Wyman and related Churchill family members, including account book (1794-1804) for general store (retail) of Abijah Wyman in Ashby, Mass.; unidentified woman's commonplace book (1834); recipe book, mostly for cakes (1840-41); narrative log of a trading voyage (1855-56) from Boston to Calcutta, India, and back kept by Gardner A. Churchill; family letters (1847-54) from Eunice P.H. Wyman to her son John S. Wyman; papers of Boston wool merchant Franklin A. Wyman; and correspondence and other papers of 20th c. artist Dorothy C. (Wyman) Martin, including a travel scrapbook. Also, many genealogical notes on the Wyman, Churchill, and related families
Churchill family collection by Churchill family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Includes letters and other items accumulated by the Churchill family of Newington, Connecticut. Those writing include Charles Churchill, his son Solomon, Solomon's son Chester and daughter Jemina, and Chester's wife Lucretia Olmstead. The correspondence among these family members is generally from the period of time Chester was shipping goods from Hartford to the south. He and his family occasionally lived in Augusta, Georgia. There are many pieces from Chester and Lucretia's daughter Julia Churchill Watkins. Julia spent some time teaching at the Harlem Academy in New York. She died while living in Tennessee
Churchill family papers by Churchill family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A collection of papers gathered by the Churchill family of Newington, Connecticut. The collection has been divided into the following: miscellaneous, financial, letters, poetry/verse, and journal. Miscellaneous contains a military appointment for John Churchill. Financial contains a variety of receipts and accounts. Letters were written to Polly (Maryann's nickname), Chester, Julia (1831-1870), and Charlotte Churchill. Among the poems is "The Dying Maryann" (unsigned) and pieces by M (possibly Maryann), Julia (1792-1822), and Harriet Churchill. The author of the journal is not indicated. Maryann, John, Charlotte, and Harriet were the children of Samuel Churchill (1757-1834). Julia (1792-1822) and Chester were the children of Samuel's brother, Solomon Churchill (1764-1842). Chester was the father of the younger Julia (1831-1870)
From the country kitchen at Elm Terrace Farms( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Churchill family letters, Illinois, to Caroline Elizabeth Churchill Bingham, Wisconsin by Churchill family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Original letters and transcripts principally from George Churchill or other relatives, who lived in Illinois, to Caroline Elizabeth Churchill Bingham, who lived in Wisconsin. There are also a few letters to Caroline's husband, John A. Bingham. The letters contain political information and views about Wisconsin state politics, the drafting of the Wisconsin constitution, and the annexing of Texas and Cuba. More personal information in the letters includes cholera epidemics and other illnesses, crop growth and pricing, and marriages and deaths
Papers by George Churchill( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Diary, mostly concerning farming, 1818-1841, and 10 letters, 1816-1871, of family correspondence concerning news of family and friends, and Churchill family geanealogy
 
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The Churchills : in love and warThe Churchills : a family at the heart of history--from the Duke of Marlborough to Winston ChurchillBlenheim and the Churchill family : a personal portraitThe ChurchillsThe Churchills in love and war