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Atkins family

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Works: 462 works in 549 publications in 1 language and 2,064 library holdings
Genres: History  Archives  Genealogy  Personal correspondence  Personal narratives‚Ä°vConfederate 
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M 1720 Atkins Family Papers by Atkins family( Book )

1 edition published in 1983 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Atkins family papers
Adkins, Davis, and Fulton family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection contains family papers of the related Adkins, Davis, and Fulton families. Correspondence includes letters to and from Hiram Adkins, Emily Caroline Davis Adkins, and their children. There is also correspondence of James William Davis and other Davis family members. Letters discuss family affairs; life in Stokes County, N.C.; finances; and travel. There is also correspondence among the children of Mary Ann Davis Fulton and Wilson Fulton, and letters to Mary Ann Davis Fulton, living in Texas, from her siblings James William Davis and Luretta Campbell Davis in Stokes County, mainly discussing family affairs. Other materials include deeds and probate materials; a 1921 notebook, author unknown, documenting business travel around North Carolina possibly selling insurance; an account book listing family names and insurance information; bills and receipts for lumber mills run by Adkins and Davis family members; and a list of parishioners and financial records of the chapel on Davis property. There are also annotated typed transcriptions of family letters and research notes compiled by J. Daniel Mahar in 2005, donor-generated compact discs that duplicate some items in the collection and may include additional items, and other items
McNeill, Atkins, and Smith family genealogical chart( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Genealogical charts showing descendants of Lewis Atkins, of John Smith and Mary (Gilchrist) Smith, and of Archibald McNeill. The charts include Alexander, Cameron, McAllister, McCraney, McKeithan, Murphy, Neill, Parker, Pope, Rand, Reid, Robinson, Wilder, and other North Carolina family connections
Papers of the Quattlebaum and Atkinson families by Quattlebaum (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection includes fragmentary pocket diary intended for use in calendar year 1858 with notions of J.E. Quattlebaum re his capture outside Petersburg, Va., in 1865 and his transportation by boat to New York City, where he was imprisoned at Hart Island; and Sept. 1905 items re a gathering of survivors of Co. G, Thirteenth South Carolina Volunteers, at Prosperity (Newberry County, S.C.)
TR 1843 Robert Travers and Mary Atkin Family Papers by Atkins Family( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence on voyage to Queensland aboard Wansfell, also cuttings, photographs, and assorted items such as Grannie's recipe book includes reel of microfilm
Atkins family papers by Atkins family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection includes several scrapbooks compiled by Edwin Farnsworth Atkins containing newspaper clippings on topics related to Cuba, such as the sugar market, the Spanish Treaty, and political issues; and clippings about the Atkins family, 1884-1950. Also includes 16 diaries kept by various members of the Atkins family: Edwin Atkins, 1872, 1888, Helen Atkins, 1872, Katharine W. Atkins, 1913, Mary E.F. Atkins, 1872-1896, Margaret (Rita) Wrisley (sister of Katharine W. Atkins), 1913, and two unidentified Atkins women, 1877, 1890
Atkins Family Papers by Atkins family( )

1 edition published in 1983 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Copies of letters written by Robert Atkin, his wife Mary and sister Grace, on their voyage to Queensland and during their first two years in Queensland. Collection includes an autobiography relating to James Richard Atkin. The photographs document the Atkin Memorial in the garden of St Margaret's Church, Sandgate
Atkins family photographs by Atkins family( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Three cartes de visite albums contain portraits of friends and relations, some unidentified. Many are by San Francisco photographers. Includes some tintypes. Loose photoprints consist of portraits. three views in Tahiti, and an unidentified (Calif.?) view
Papers by Adkins family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Family record of the Adkins family of Kentucky, Wisconsin, and Ripley, Ohio. Includes birth, baptism, marriage, and death records
Atkinson family and Atkinson Construction Company records by Atkins family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Contains personal and business related items pertaining to three generations of the Atkinson family including Lynn Samuel Atkinson, Sr., Lynn Samuel Atkinson, Jr., Mary Atkinson, and Thelma Atkinson. The bulk of the collection compiled by Lynn Atkinson, Jr., are scrapbooks consisting of correspondence, news clippings, greeting cards, and ephemera about the family and business. A small portion of the collection is family and business correspondence with the majority being Lynn Atkinson, Jr.'s personal documents; a yacht log book; a diary of Mary Atkinson; and a travel diary of Thelma Atkinson
Adkinson Family Correspondence by Adkinson family( )

1 edition published in 1863 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Samuel Adkinson (1834-1894), Joseph M. Adkinson (1841-1864), Oliver C. Adkinson (1843-1873) and Irwin D. Adkinson (1837-1875) were born in Switzerland County, Indiana to Francis and Eliza Adkinson. Joseph and Samuel served in Company A of the 3rd Regiment Indiana Calvary for the Union during the Civil War. Joseph died 7 June 1864 at Point Lookout, MD as a result of gunshot wounds in battle. After the war, Samuel worked as a farmer. He died 29 August 1894 in Carrollton, KY. Irwin did not serve in the military during the war. He later worked as college professor. He died 25 February 1875 in West Concord, NH. Oliver C. Adkinson served in Company B, 140th Regiment of the Indiana Infantry. He worked as a farmer in both Kansas and Indiana. He died 12 December 1873 in Switzerland County, IN
Curson family papers by Curson family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Contains correspondence of Curson (sometimes spelled Curzon), Searle, and Atkins family members, including Samuel Curson; his mother, Elizabeth Burling Whittell; his wife, Margaret Searle Curson; and their daughters, Elizabeth Curson Hoxie, Mary Russell Curson, and Margaret Searle Curson Marquand. Also includes journals of Samuel Curson, Mary Russell Curson, and Margaret Searle Curson. Samuel Curson's journals and other writings, 1799-1832, relate to his travels as a mercantile agent in Europe, South America, and the Caribbean, including descriptions of Buenos Aires, London, and Peru
by Curson family( )

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Contains correspondence of Curson (sometimes spelled Curzon), Searle, and Atkins family members, including Samuel Curson; his mother, Elizabeth Burling Whittell; his wife, Margaret Searle Curson; and their daughters, Elizabeth Curson Hoxie, Mary Russell Curson, and Margaret Searle Curson Marquand. Also includes journals of Samuel Curson, Mary Russell Curson, and Margaret Searle Curson. Samuel Curson's journals and other writings, 1799-1832, relate to his travels as a mercantile agent in Europe, South America, and the Caribbean, including descriptions of Buenos Aires, London, and Peru
 
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Lost adventures : from Wango to Solovetski Island with John William AdkinsBorn to New Zealand : a biography of Jane Maria Atkinson
Alternative Names
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