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Walls family

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Works: 216 works in 264 publications in 1 language and 2,357 library holdings
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Wall family papers by Wall family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection includes a series of letters from Charles William Wall, a sergeant in the 151st Regiment, New York Volunteers, mainly concerning troop movements, camp experiences, and other aspects of his life as a Union Army soldier in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C., but also dealing with his employment by a mining and milling company in Colorado (1869); other Civil War letters from William Emerson, Henry Harrington, and Charles McCarthy; letters from Jane Middleton, telling of her work in New York City among indigent women (1864); and an autobiographical sketch (1881) of Andrew Wall, who had emigrated from England in 1833
Wall family papers by Wall family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection consists almost entirely of personal correspondence between members of the Wall family. Much of the correspondence relates to the family's experiences during the Civil War, including the deaths of three family members and the long imprisonment of Wesley Wall at Camp Douglas in Chicago. Most of the letters are written either to or from Mary or her son, Wesley. Letters discuss personal news, mutual friends, daily life in Clinton, Louisiana, and Mary's efforts to have Wesley released during the Civil War. In addition to the correspondence, there is a school merit certificate, an essay written by Wesley, and a legal document from probate court in Wilkinson County, Mississippi, certifying that Isaac Wall is licensed to officiate marriages
Leak and Wall family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Chiefly business correspondence and accounts of John W. Leak (1816-1876), Rockingham, N.C., planter, with commission merchants; and family papers, 1877-1897, of his son-in-law, Henry Clay Wall (1841-1899). Volumes include a record, 1833-1847, of the Rockingham Sabbath School; antebellum plantation and slave records; personal accounts; diary of H.C. Wall, 1862, in Virginia while serving in the 23rd North Carolina Regiment, C.S.A., and in 1869; diary of Fannie (Leak) Wall, 1869-1870; financial records, 1861-1864, for the Richmond County (N.C.) Relief Committee for the Families of Volunteers; and scrapbooks. The Addition of 2016 contains Henry Clay Wall's autograph book, 1861, kept while he was a student at the University of North Carolina; scrapbooks; and account books created by members of the family in the nineteenth century
Wall family papers by Wall family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection consists mostly of letters to and from members of the Wall family. The bulk of the correspondence is between William S. Wall of Cynthiana, Kentucky and his fiancee, and later wife, Lucile Crutcher Wall. Also included is a letter from John T. Wall to William and Lucile Wall regarding medical care for their infant son, and letters from Buckner H. Payne and M.E. Machir to Clementina Wall, the mother of William and John. Miscellaneous items include a calling card for "Lou Crutcher," and invitation to the funeral of William K. Wall (1853), an invitation to the wedding of Elizabeth Addams and Harry D. Frisbie, Jr. (1879), and a newspaper clipping about pensions from the War of 1812
Letters by Wall family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Includes two letters from Maysville, Ky. attorney, Garrett S. Wall, to Clementine Wall in which he describes unsuccessful attempts to collect rent from his aunt's tenants in East Maysville and mentions a check for rental receipts. A third letter, addressed to W.S. Wall from his brother, W.T. Wall, acknowledges the death of their mother and requests details of her death, funeral, burial site and if she spoke of wanting to see W.T. Wall's family
Wall family papers by Wall family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection of family correspondence includes an 1871 letter from A.M. January of Maysville, Ky. to his cousin, Clemintina Wall in Cynthiana, Ky. He encloses a property tax receipt for a Maysville lot owned by the heirs of William K. Wall and discusses the current real estate market. Also included is an 1874 letter from Garrett S. Wall to his aunt, Clemintina, which contains an account of rental payments he collected from her Maysville tenants. Also included is a transcribed 1876 poem, with lock of hair and dried flower, from Lucile Crutcher to her "sweetest," probably future husband William S. Wall
 
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The invisible line : a secret history of race in AmericaAn ancient lineage : European roots of a Jewish family : Gelles-Griffel-Wahl-Chajes-Safier-Loew-TaubeThe Walls family of Delaware : an account of some descendants of the brothers, Thomas and William Walls, who settled in Sussex County, Delaware in 1738
Alternative Names
Wahl family

Wahle family

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Waulls family

Wawl family

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