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Irwin family

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Works: 651 works in 820 publications in 1 language and 3,173 library holdings
Genres: History  Diaries  Records and correspondence  Account books  Genealogy  Logbooks  Sources  Personal narratives  Registers (Lists)  Pictorial works 
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by Irwin family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The papers consists almost exclusively of the personal correspondence of Ruth Hoffman Irwin to her mother and daughters, 1932-1965. Limited correpondence from J. Mark Irwin covering the years 1932-1939 can also be found, as well as miscellaneous items. The records reflect their mission work as well as family matters
Goddard family collection by Goddard family( Book )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, business records, bills of lading, logbooks, account books, ledgers, court papers, diaries, poems, genealogies, family papers, and other materials, of/or relating to William Goodard and his son, William W. Goodard, owners and managers of the DAUNTLESS, CRUSADER, CHARLOTTE, GENTOO, and other ships, often carrying copper, trading in New York City, San Francisco, and many international ports
McDonald and Irving family papers( )

1 edition published in 1783 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Citizenship papers, business records, and, starting in 1833, family correspondence, of the McDonald and Irving families, of Scottish descent, who lived in Rockingham County, N.C., Obion County, Tenn., and Mississippi. Letters to family members in Scotland and among members in the U.S., deal with various family matters and economic conditions
Irwin family papers by Irwin family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The pre- and post-Civil War career of John E. Irwin is also documented, including his involvement in veterans affairs; the letters and diaries (1891-1920) of sister, Harriet S. (Hattie) Irwin, describe in part her years as a teacher in Nevada; letters written by the sons of John E. and Amy Rice Irwin, Fred C. and Max H. Irwin, describe their activities prospecting for iron in northern Minnesota in the period of 1890-1891; other letters (1903) describe life and work activities of Max Irwin abroad a Great Lakes ship
David Stoddard Greenough family papers by David Stoddard Greenough( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Personal, legal, and business papers of Greenough family members and related families, mostly in Boston, Mass., in shipping, business, and the law. Primarily the papers of merchant Thomas (1710-85), lawyer and merchant David S. (1752-1826), lawyer David S. (1787-1830), and David S. Greenough (1814-77). Related families include Clarke, Doane, Erving, Holmes, Shrimpton, Stevens, Stoddard, and Yeamans families. Collection contains correspondence, bills, receipts, inventories, estate papers, wills, insurance policies, shipping papers, surveyor's plats, and deeds to lands in Boston and Conn. Volumes include ledgers and other financial record books, household expense accounts, Antigua plantation accounts, surveyors' notebooks, diaries, farm diaries, household inventories, estate accounts, writ books, and dockets
Papers of the Irvine, Saunders, Davis, and Watts families by Irvine family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

There are also essays; lectures; poems; obituaries; a subscription book for the Lee Monumental Association; farm journals; an 1846 card game "The game of Kings [of England] made easy; and the Otter River Township, Campbell County, Va. record books, 1870-1874, with entries for roads and poor house expenses
Irvine family correspondence by Irvine family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Series V. Draft of the last will and testament of James Irvine, dated June 10, 1828 (folder 9)
Bible collection( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Bibles, including genealogies and vital records, of the Butler, Conover, Embley, Ely, Erving, Priest, Pullen, Quackenbush, and Roberts families, of Hightstown, N.J
by Irving family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

to Thomas Wentworth Storrow and family by Washington Irving( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Contains over fifty personal letters (1821-1827) by Irving in various European cities to his friends Susan and T.W. Storrow in Paris. Also a fragment of "A History of New York," and a few letters by Irving's relatives
by John Irwin Scull( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers include correspondence, genealogical notes for the Scull, Irwin and associated families, tax records, legal records and other sundry items primarily documenting John Irwin Scull's research on his family history and Edward Scull's public career as tax collector, assessor, congressman and prothonotary for Somerset County and southern Pennsylvania
Letters of John E. Irwin, James L. Irwin, and their family [Folder 1] by Irwin family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

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Cobb( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection consists of personal and business papers of the Cobb, Erwin, and Lamar families from 1796-1929. Early records deal mainly with the Zachariah Lamar family and include deeds, bonds, land grants, receipts, slave bills of sale, and correspondence. The period 1811-1928 covers the Lamar, Cobb, and Erwin families and contains correspondence, both business and personal; bills; receipts; invitations; legal papers; telegrams; tax notices; postcards; case books; letterbooks; scrapbooks; account books; photographs; and genealogical and biographical information pertaining to the Cobb, Erwin, and Lamar families. Also includes information on the law practice and legal firms of the Cobb and Erwin families. Of particular interest are Howell Cobb's order books for the 16th Georgia Infantry Regiment (Cobb's Brigade). The collection includes correspondence and material relating to the following family members: Zachariah Lamar, Howell Cobb, Mary Ann Lamar Cobb, John Addison Cobb, Sarah Robinson Rootes Cobb, Mary Ann Lamar Cobb Erwin, and Alexander S. Erwin
Archer, Richard Thompson, family papers by Richard Thompson Archer( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers relate to Archer, his relatives, friends, and business associates and contain information on plantation life and economy, agricultural affairs, slaves and slavery in Mississippi and Virginia, and social life and customs in both states. Women's correspondence relates to children, clothing, education, mental and physical health, medical practices, and household affairs. Series 2 relates to associates in Mississippi, Virginia, and Texas, including Branch Tanner Archer (elder), William Segar Archer, the Anderson, Barnes, Cocke, Eggleston, Hobson, Johnson, and Willis families, Elijah Steele Drake, William P. Grayson, Felix Huston, and L. Masters
Manuscript of Mrs. J.J. Bartholet by Suzanne Erwin Bartholet( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This is a manuscript of Suzanne Erwin Bartholet, the daughter of 19th century Indian Agent at Fort Simcoe, Washington. She lived as a small girl with the Native Americans when that military installation was the site of the Yakama Indian Agency from 1893-1897. This is Mrs. Bartholet's recollection of Chief White Swan telling her and the Native American children that were at the Agency the history of the Agency and the lands surrounding it
James amd Sybil Irwin family papers by Irwin family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Typescripts of letters and diary of John E. Irwin (who served with Company C, 20th Michigan Infantry, during the Civil War); letters of his brother James Leman Irwin (who served with Company F, 20th Michigan Infantry), and letters of their family (these letters compiled and edited by Maxine Irwin White); also the diary of William B. Irwin of Delhi Township, Ingham County, Michigan (who served with Company H, 26th Michigan Infantry); contain descriptions of the battles of Fredericksburg and
J.S. Palen collection by J. S Palen( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection contains materials accumulated by Palen on the American west, particularly Cheyenne Frontier Days and rodeos. The collection includes souvenir programs, newsclippings, schedules and brochures, commemorative envelopes, publications, scrapbooks and photographs of the C.B. Irwin family who were associated with Frontier Days; photographs and postcards of parades and rodeos, and memorabilia relating to Cheyenne Frontier Days, 1884-1998, and its affiliated organizations, the Old West Museum and the Heels
Jarvis family genealogy by Jarvis Family Papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters to Cyril Clemens by Irwin family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Contents: 13 letters from Wallace Irwin and four from Will Irwin, some of which relate to Mark Twain; one letter from Inez Haynes Irwin about George Sterling. Included also: a brief essay, My First Novel, by Wallace Irwin, and questionnaires on likes and dislikes, completed by the three for Mr. Clemens
Ervin family papers by Ervin family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence among members of the Ervin family, chiefly 1915- 1960; legal account books of Samuel James Ervin and medical account books of William Caldwell Tate (1808-1869), both of Morganton; short stories and poems by John Witherspoon Ervin; and other items. Most of the correspondence concerns family matters and was addressed to Laura Powe Ervin or one of her daughters, Catherine Ellerbe Ervin (1890-1940) or Jean Conyers Ervin (b. 1909). Some letters from Samuel James Ervin, Jr. (1896- 1985), then U.S. senator, are included. Other material includes legal notes and writings by Samuel James Ervin, Sr., a diary kept in Morganton in the late 1930s by Catherine Ervin, photographs and other material relating to Ervin family history, and files relating to Jean Conyers Ervin's work in speech therapy
 
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The Irvings, Irwins, Irvines, or Erinveines : or any other spelling of the name, an old Scots Border clan
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