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Coffin family

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Works: 240 works in 337 publications in 1 language and 1,513 library holdings
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Coffin reunions collection( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence relating to planning and organization of Coffin family reunions, held in Nantucket, Mass., 1881 and 1959 by descendants of Tristram Coffin, one of the founding fathers of Nantucket; information concerning books published shortly after each reunion, History and Genealogy of the Coffin Family (1881) and The Coffin Family (1959); and commemorative items. Family members represented include Allen and Charles Coffin and Isabel Worth Duffy, organizers of the reunions
Coffin family papers/Evans collection( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Deed and indenture for sale and division of Sherburne Land (Nantucket, Mass)
by Coffin family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, deeds and property records, bills and receipts, certificates of personal events, business records, and miscellaneous materials, relating to family affairs, daily life on Nantucket, properties owned (including ships), real estate in Nantucket and other locations, and business involvements. Includes correspondence from family members in North Carolina describing conditions there; information documenting Sir Isaac Coffin's connection with the early settlement of the Magdalen Islands; correspondence and other papers of Micajah (1790-1795) and William Coffin (1756-1835) concerning political, religious, and social events in Nantucket; papers of family members living away from the island; and genealogical materials compiled by Charles G. Coffin (1801-1882). Family members represented include Benjamin (1705-1780), Benjamin F. (1813-1899), Edward B. (b. 1826), Elizabeth R. (1850-1930), George Black (b. 1813), Gilbert (1759-1843), Gorham (1784-1849), Henry (1807-1900), Isaiah (1769-1855), James B. (b. 1811), Jared (1784-1860), Laurence (b. 1862), Margaret (1769-1855), Samuel (1680-1764), Shubael (1739-1817), Shubael (1754-1821), and Zenas (1764-1828) Coffin, and Margaret (Coffin) Wyer (d. 1804)
Coffin/Robinson family papers( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, letterpress copybooks, scrapbooks, financial records, school records, blueprints, photos, and other papers, of Coffin and Robinson family members, of Wakefield, R.I., and New York, N.Y., including Jeremiah Robinson, his brother, Isaac R. Robinson, Isaac's daughter, Elsie Potter (Robinson) Coffin, and her husband, Tristram R. Coffin, and their sons, Peter R., and Tristram P. Coffin. Includes information relating to Marginal Dock Company, a family business in New York, N.Y., farm and homestead in Wakefield, and additional real estate holdings in South Kingstown and Narragansett, R.I
Coffin Family Papers by Coffin family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, financial records, real estate documents, daybooks, photos, and other papers of H. Stanley Coffin (1869-1940) and his son, H. Stanley Coffin (1897-1970), and their enterprises in eastern Washington: Coffin Brothers, Inc.; Yakima Grocery Company; and Coffin Sheep Company
Collection of papers by Marie M Coffin( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, records of land transfers, Coffin family papers, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, and information relating to Nantucket history and the Historic American Buildings Survey studies of Nantucket houses
Papers by Jannotta family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, essays, diaries, musical scores, family histories, military records, and memorabilia documenting Stella Skiff's political and family activities, genealogical research, and philosophical ideas; Alfredo Antonio's musical career; and A. Vernon's military and business careers
Thomas Edward Coffin papers/LeGray collection by Thomas Edward Coffin( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, genealogical materials, deeds and mortgages, photographs, and other papers, of Coffin and other family members
Papers by Thomas Aston Coffin( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence of Thomas Aston Coffin, member of a prominent Boston loyalist family, with his mother Mrs. William Coffin, his sister Margaret Coffin, his brother Francis Coffin, and Francis's widow Matilda de Clairville Coffin. Thomas and his brothers were banished from Massachusetts during the Revolution, but he continued to correspond with his mother, who remained in Boston. Thomas Coffin was General Guy Carleton's secretary during the war and during Carleton's service as governor of Lower Canada. His letters concern family matters for the most part, with some discussion of other loyalist families during and after the Revolution. Only occasional references are made to relations between the United States and Great Britain. Also included is Thomas Coffin's account book, 1792-7, with additional accounts kept by family members, 1811-26
Papers by Coffin family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Extensive collection of letters, diaries, notebooks, account books, receipts, documents and photographs, dated mostly between the 1830's and the 1890's relating to the Coffin family of Newton and Boston, Massachusetts. There are several thousand pages of manuscript material documenting this prominent business family, including great details of their social lives, business associations and real estate buildings. The papers center on Langdon and Lewis Coffin and their immediate families. Most of the material is correspondence
by Coffin family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Family correspondence (1828-1913), journals of Elijah Coffin (1842), Benajah Coffin (1826), and Percival Brooks Coffin (1883-1920), business papers of Elijah Coffin and Charles F. Coffin, and miscellaneous writings. Includes documents and letters pertaining to Charles F., Rhoda M., and Elijah Coffin's prison reform activities and articles concerning the treatment of the insane, Indian rights, and temperance. Also manuscripts having to do with Indiana Yearly Meeting of Friends and the Cincinnati Book Association of Friends. Correspondents include Elijah Coffin, Rhoda M. Coffin, Mordecai Hiatt, and Rufus Jones
Log of the ship Brookline by Brookline (Ship)( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Log of the ship Brookline, sailing from Salem, Mass. to Manila and back, 26 July 1839-1 July 1840, possibly kept by the ship's master Charles H. Allen. Included are notations of the course, winds, weather, etc., as well as work on the ship and sightings of other ships. The volume also contains miscellaneous memoranda by members of the Coffin family and sketches by Horace S. Perkins, 1858-1865. The volume was used as a scrapbook in the 1860s by Charlotte A. Coffin (later Perkins) of Salem, who pasted newspaper clippings to the recto pages. The clippings have been removed. Other items removed from the scrapbook include a poem by Charlotte's friend Maria Fiske, 1864, and a letter from Rev. Edward Holyoke of Marblehead, Mass. asking for a salary increase, 1725
Amory family papers by Amory family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection also includes extensive genealogy of the Amory family, including 19th century transcriptions of early family papers and correspondence; material gathered in Europe in 1871; genealogical notes; and a biography of Amory, Sullivan, and Coffin family members written by Gertrude E. Meredith
Coffin Family papers by Coffin family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection includes business and personal correspondence, shipping bills and accounts, artwork, military documents, and manufacturing plans from three generations of the Coffin family of Newburyport, Massachusetts. Includes patent application for "Coffin Improved Windlass."
Coffin Family Papers by Coffin family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Receipted board bills paid to Mrs. Marquand by Mr. Coffin
Dunn-Osborn-Battey family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters, 1830-1882, of brothers Elijah and Sands Brownell discuss family business difficulties in Michigan; letters of George W. Taylor, 1856-1858, discuss his free produce business; other topics in correspondence are Society of Friends (Separation of 1827), health concerns, slavery and education; also letters and other papers of Thomas J. Battey, Phebe (Battey) Barns, Hannah M. Boadle, Samuel Heaton, Amos Hoag and others
Coffin family and Mathew Doyle journal and album by Coffin family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This volume contains D. Coffin's daily account of the first leg of a sea voyage from New York City to California, covering the progress of the clipper ship "Grecian" between New York and Cape Horn in early 1852. The journal also includes drawings of scenery made during the voyage, newspaper clippings, penmanship exercises, and children's sketches
 
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Alternative Names
Coffen family

Coffins family

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