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Ward family

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Works: 898 works in 1,152 publications in 1 language and 7,898 library holdings
Genres: History  Biography  Diaries  Personal correspondence  Personal narratives‡vConfederate  Records and correspondence  Sources  Pictorial works  Personal narratives  Genealogy 
Subject Headings: Pioneers 
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Homestead : pioneers of Texas' frontier by Jerry Lackey( Book )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 8 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

His latest book pulls together 85 stories about area ranches and ranchers. The stories were taken from Jerry's popular Sunday Homestead series, which has been published in the Standard-Times since 2006
by Ward family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ward relatives' papers series contains papers of Joshua (1699-1799) and his heirs including son, Richard (1741-1824); heirs of Miles (1704-1792) including Nathan (1761-ca. 1792, correspondence concerning the effects of the American Revolution on business in Salem), Frederick Townsend (1831-1862), Elizabeth Colburn (b. 1839, papers reflecting life in Mexico from a women's point of view), Nathaniel (1746-1768), Joshua (1776-1840), Susanna (Holyoke) (1779-1860), Elizabeth Holyoke (1840-1851), and Joshua Holyoke (1808-1848) Ward, and Mary (Ward) Nichols (1800-1880); heirs of John (1707-1782) including Andrew Abbott (b. 1828); heirs of Ebenezer (1710-1791) including Miles (1805-1848) and Mary Emiline (b. 1848) Ward; and materials of many other family members
Warden-Ashley-Overland family collection( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Materials relating to the Warden, Ashley, and Overland families of Lake County, Ohio, including photographs and information on related families
Earle-Ward family collection( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Personal correspondence, business and legal documents, and genealogical materials relating to Josiah F. Earle, Cynthia Earle Ward, J.E.H. Ward, and Julia Ward Miller. Includes Cynthia Earle Ward's diary (1 Jan. 1865-7 Jan. 1867) which offers some insight into plantation life during the Civil War and Reconstruction
Ward family papers by Ward family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence files of individual family members, subject files detailing family interests and activities, business and legal records, and photographs
Ward family collection( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers reflect the day-to-day life of a farm family in Princess Anne county from 1817 to 1889. These include deeds, correspondence, and business and tax receipts, as well as grocery and sundry goods receipts, slave care, tool repair, livestock purchases. Daniel Ward went bankrupt in 1867, from which he recovered. Many early documents are related to the Fisher family; Daniel Ward married Fanny Fisher. Early documents also relate to the Gornto family. Documents between 1900 and 1934 are not clearly related to the Ward family. (summary adapted from Introduction to the Ward collection index, and selected citations therein)
Ward family journal by Ward family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The journal is bound in leather and contains the inscription, "V.F. Ward, Montague, Tex." on the inside flap. The line, "Land Notes," is written on the outside back cover. All entries are handwritten in ink or pencil
[Ward family map series] by Ward family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Manuscript and printed maps relating to the family's lumbering and land holdings in the northern Lower Peninsula of Michigan (including land ownership maps and maps of logging operations), Orchard Lake, Michigan (including maps of roads and subdivisions), Humboldt and Del Norte Counties, California, the Kanawha Valley of West Virginia, and Vancouver Island, British Columbia
William Ward family genealogy by Mary McKinney Dietrich( )

1 edition published in 1996 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Genealogical findings concerning a Candor and Danby, New York family
Papers by Sturges family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Sturges' were first merchants to settle in Mansfield, Ohio (1815). Includes correspondence, land grants, Civil War letters, legal papers from Edward, Eben Perry, Mary Mathews, and Susan Mathews Sturges. Topics include abolitionism, land, shipping, Civil War, and personal matters. Contact repository for more information
Warden family by Warden family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Warden family papers include correspondence (1832-1831), personal diaries (1876-1886), poetry, a teaching certificate (1874), and a brief family tree. The earliest correspondence in the collection includes a number of letters (1832-1835) to Warden from friends in Scotland. The remainder of the letters are mostly from family members living in various places in Michigan. Civil War period correspondence includes letters to Warden from Major Dean, a family friend serving with the 22nd Michigan Infantry. Dean comments on army politics and Kentucky's Southern sympathies (November 30, 1862), expresses his views on "Copperhead" feeling in the North and the advisability of a "Negro Army" (January 30, 1863), and comments on the condition of the western army at what he hoped would be the final offensive (May 2, 1864). Post-bellum correspondence includes a letter describing a journey from Acapulco to California, by way of Cape Horn (June 11, 1868)
Ward family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters written to Asahel Ward, Saint Clairsville, Ohio, by Allen T. Ward and his other children, especially David M. Ward. Included is 1 letter from the Shawnee Indian Manual Labor School (present Shawnee Indian Mission State Historic Site, Fairway, Kan.) in 1848
Jones-Cadbury family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Prominent within the collection are the correspondence, diaries, photographs, etc. (24 boxes, 1882-1965) of Emma Cadbury Jr., much of which documents her work, 1924-1938, at AFSC's Vienna Friends Center. Papers (25 boxes, 1916-1994), of Mary Hoxie Jones (1904- ) include letters and drafts of published and unpublished speeches, talks, essays, articles, poetry, chapters and books, also letters of Mary Champney (d. 1950) and Elizabeth Gray Vining to Jones. Includes Joel Cadbury Jr. letters, 1854-1923 and Anna K. Cadbury letters, diaries, 1855-1923, also their joint diary, 1872-1888, of family life; Emma Cadbury Sr. (1843-1923) letters, notebooks, 1851-1923; Henry Joel Cadbury letters, scrapbooks, 1888-1974; Elizabeth B. Jones letters, diaries, 1883-1952; Benjamin Lowry (1810-1873) letters, journals, 1827-1873; Eleanor H. Pearsall (1819-1885) letters, 1830-1884; Ann Warder letters, diary transcripts, 1786-1825; also papers of Benjamin Cadbury, Caroline Warder Cadbury, John Warder Cadbury (1912-1989), John Warder and many others
Moore-Ward Family Papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Consists of 11 documents from the Moore and Ward families of Weakley County, Tenn.: 1) Purchase deed for a tract of land in Weakley County bought by John G. Moore, December 10, 1851. 2) Bill of sale for two slaves, September 6, 1859. Mary (21-22 years old) and Edward (8-9 months old) were sold by Joab Parks to John G. Moore for $1,300. 3) John W. Moore commission as 1st Lieutenant and Quarter Master in the 1st West Tennessee Infantry Regiment, December 3, 1862. 4) 1st Lieutenant John W. Moore, Quartermaster of the 1st Regiment Paroled Forces, monthly return of clothing, camp, and garrison equipage at Camp Chase, Ohio, May 1-June 1, 1863. 5) Certificate from Governor Andrew Johnson appointing John W. Moore a captain in the 6th Regiment Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry, October 13, 1863. 6) Muster-out roll for John W. Moore from the 1st West Tennessee Infantry Regiment. The muster-out date was December 12, 1863, but the document was not signed and dated until January 16, 1864. 7) Muster-in roll for John W. Moore as Captain of Company L, 6th Regiment Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry, December 13, 1863. 8) Lavinia Moore application for homestead due to her son, John W. Moore, being killed in action on March 29, 1864, and pursuant to the act of Congress from June 8, 1872. Dated December 15, 1874. 9) Lavinia Moore application for pension due to her son's service in the Civil War, January 21, 1875. 10) Marriage contract between John G. Moore and Caroline A. Ward, September 8, 1877. 11) Purchase deed for 1.25 acres of land in Weakley County sold by J. L. and Alice Brooks to G. R. McWherter, November 1, 1892
by Ward Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

These papers of the Ward family of Ohio County, Kentucky include receipts, some of which are for Ohio County taxes, Hartford Bridge tolls, and telephone bills
Ward-Macomber family papers by Ward (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection consists primarily of correspondence. The first four boxes contain letters written by Francis Selden Macomber and Laura Page (Ward) Macomber (Pagie) to each other. Most of the letters date from 1890 to 1925. The fifth and sixth boxes house correspondence written to the couple by other family members and friends. Boxes 7 and 8 contain other family correspondence, including many letters written by Levi Frederick Ward (Lee) to his wife Alice (Smith) Ward (Allie) in the 1860s and 1870s. There is also an exchange of letters between Frederic Kemp Ward (Fritz) and his fiancée, Hortense Thomas, written in 1902. Most of the letters center on family activities or on business of pleasure trips, especially European trips, made by various family members. There is a group of letters written by Frederic Kemp Ward, Jr. (Ted) to his aunt, his uncle and his sister during several summers spent at camp in Maine. Caroline Allen Ward (Sister) and her brother also wrote to their aunt and uncle from the boarding schools they attended during the latter part of the second decade of the 20th century and the early 1920s. The collection includes a box of Laura Page (Ward) Macomber's diaries, written between 1890 and 1914, some genealogical material, personal and business papers belonging to the family, and newspaper clippings. In addition, there are four boxes of photographs. The first box contains several miniatures, thirteen ambrotypes, four daguerreotypes, and two photographs in cases. In the next two boxes are photographs of family members. The last box houses some oversize photographs of family members, of the Rochester flood of 1865, and of other Rochester buildings
Ward family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Marriage certificate of William T. Ward and Carrie G. Johnson ; graduation certificates from First Presbyterian Primary Sunday School of Lina J. Ward ; certificates of course completion Arthur Hill High School for Lina J. Ward
Ward-Perry-Dexter papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of the interrelated Ward, Perry, and Dexter families, including: several items related to Gen. Artemas Ward's service in the French and Indian and Revolutionary Wars and as a justice of the peace in Worcester County, including a few orders, commissions, returns, and numbers of men around Boston during the siege (1775). Other Ward family members represented include the general's son Artemas and grandson Charles T. Ward. Perry family papers include a letter from Commodore Oliver H. Perry while commanding the ship Java during the War of 1812; and a series of letters from Oliver Hazzard Perry (son of the Commodore) and his second wife, Mary Anne Moseley Perry, to their son William C.G. Perry while the latter was a midshipman on the U.S. frigate Constitution (1863-65). There are also a few Civil War letters from Charles E. Munroe and Abner E. Drury of the 45th and 32nd Mass. Infantry Regiments respectively, written in 1863; a brief commonplace-book kept by Samuel Dexter; and two commissions to Nahum Ward (1733, 42)
Papers by Ward family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Ward family papers by Ward family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Personal and family correspondence, diary (1758), orderly book (1775-76), official documents, accounts, receipts, and other papers of Artemas Ward of Shrewsbury, Mass., Revolutionary War general and member of the Continental Congress; together with personal and official papers of Nahum Ward concerning his duties in local offices of Shrewsbury, correspondence of the Perry and Dexter families, and genealogies, photos, and other records of the family
 
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Alternative Names
Warden family

Warder family

Wards family

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