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Hughes family

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Works: 570 works in 698 publications in 1 language and 3,425 library holdings
Genres: Genealogy  History  Records and correspondence  Personal narratives‚Ä°vConfederate  Personal narratives  Diaries  Love poetry  Archives 
Roles: Author
Classifications: CS439, 973
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Anglesey family letters, 1840-1935( Book )

1 edition published in 1976 in English and held by 27 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Letters, chiefly addressed to William Hughes (1817-1904), who moved from Anglesey, Wales to Liverpool in 1840, and immigrated in 1856 to Davenport, Iowa. The letters were chiefly written by Hugh Hughes, father of William, although occasionally letters addressed to Hugh by a son in Australia, were sent on to his son, William
The Mount Sinai Archives collection of Hughes Family letters by Hughes family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection includes photocopies of 12 letters written to Percy Hughes about his mother, Eliza Lloyd Hughes (Mrs. Thomas Patrick Hughes), who had been admitted to Private Pavilion of The Mount Sinai Hospital for surgery. Her surgeon was Albert A. Berg, MD. The letters are written by Mr. Hughes' sisters, May and Ethel. The letters note the care provided by the private duty nurses, Miss Baxter and Miss Saunders. The letters were written from approximately November 6-17, 1916. Mrs. Hughes died November 18, 1916. There is also a letter from 1981 from Elizabeth Hughes Clark, Percy Hughes' daughter, explaining the context of the letters
The family( Visual )

1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A British family opens its doors to viewers in an eight-part observational series documenting family life. For four months, the Hughes family, consisting of mum Jane, dad Simon and their four teenage children, was filmed around the clock. In Part 6, a familiar family scenario rears its head when dad Simon becomes the reluctant peacemaker in a dispute between tow of the women in his life, a row that threatens to escalate
Hughs family collection by Hughs family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Includes correspondence, photographic material, sermon, will, and charts from family in the 1700s-1900s
Floyd-Johnston-Preston papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters and papers of the Floyd, Johnston, and Preston families, as well as newspaper articles principally concerning Gen. Joseph E. Johnston and Judge Robert William Hughes. The central figures in the collection include Gen. John Preston, his brother Gen. Francis Preston, Gen Joseph E. Johnston (1807-1891), his niece, Eliza Hughes (1825-1908), and Harriet Lane, niece of President Buchanan. The collection also contains the correspondence of or papers relating to Congressman Charles C. Johnston (1795-1832), Judge R.W. Hughes (1821-1901), Baron Alex de Humboldt, and Governor/ Secretary of War John B. Floyd (1806-1863). Spanning 154 years (1753-1907), this collection contains references to the Mexican War and the Civil War and also touches on the issues of Indians and slavery
Miscellaneous papers of the Baines, Hughes, and Perronet-Thompson families by Baines( )

1 edition published in 1840 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters by Hughes family( )

1 edition published in 1917 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters from the daughters of Eliza Lloyd Hughes regarding the condition of their mother during her stay in The Mount Sinai Hospital's Private Pavilion in 1917. Dr. Albert A. Berg was her doctor
Henry Escourt Hughes by Henry Estcourt Hughes( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of Henry Estcourt Hughes, Baptist minister, and family, comprising autobiography, letters written aboard the 'Beltana', photographs taken aboard the 'Australasian' on an overseas trip at a Baptist conference and farewelling the 'Orvieto', photograph of Lloyd Hughes, postcard album and school projects on architecture by Rory Hughes
Edith Emerson Forbes and William Hathaway Forbes papers and additions by Edith Emerson Forbes( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Family papers of Edith (Emerson) and William Hathaway Forbes, who married in 1865. The collection contains Emerson family correspondence; Forbes family correspondence; Forbes family financial papers, papers concerning Naushon Island, Mass., miscellaneous papers, diaries of Edith Emerson, Waldo Emerson, and Edward Waldo Forbes, and other volumes (scrapbooks, memoranda books, commonplace-books); William H. Forbes correspondence and letterbooks; and a narrative related to William H. Forbes's Civil War experiences in the First and Second Regiments of the Massachusetts Volunteer Cavalry. Family correspondents include Ruth Haskins Emerson, Ellen Tucker Emerson, Ralph Waldo Emerson, John Murray Forbes, and William Cameron Forbes. Also includes items created by the Peabody family; letters written by Una Hawthorne to Edith Emerson Forbes; correspondence pertaining to the upkeep of the Hawthorne graves and the John Haskins tomb; and a commonplace-book of Emma Perkins Forbes. A separate autograph collection contains letters written by William Allingham, Helen Allingham, Lady Ashburton, Alexander Ireland, Maxfield Parrish, Anne Ritchie, John Tyndall, Sir Francis Younghusband, and Lady Helen Younghusband, among others
Handlist of records by Hughes family( Book )

1 edition published in 1984 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Claude-Gray-Hughes-Tuck-Whittington family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, legal and medical papers of five interrelated families from the Annapolis, Maryland area
The family( Visual )

1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A British family opens its doors to viewers in an eight-part observational series documenting family life. For four months, the Hughes family, consisting of mum Jane, dad Simon and their four teenage children, was filmed around the clock. In Part 7, dad Simon is shocked to find his son Tom wearing an earing. The pair lock horns, and the row threatens to escalate
Hughes-Gray Family Papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Principally correspondence of the Hughes and Gray families of Baltimore, Annapolis, and Frederick, Md. Pervasive topics include personal and family matters, Md. and national politics, and religion. Topics occurring less frequently include finances related to the publishing business and the marketing of volumes, the Civil War, city missions for the poor, dealings with American Indians, and Communism. The collection also includes 31 volumes of notes and diaries compiled by Ellis Hughes, chief anatomist at the University of Md., over the period of roughly 1830-1865. His 1865 diary makes reference to Lincoln's assassination and the capture of Jefferson Davis. The remaining five volumes were compiled by Jermiah's daughter Susanna Hughes, who herself entertained literary aspirations. These volumes are a mixture of diary, devotional, literary copybook, scrapbook, and original composition
Report on the muniments of the Hughes family by Hughes family( Book )

1 edition published in 1973 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of the Nicholson, Hughes, and Bones families by Nicholson (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letter, 8 June 1865, Edgefield District, S.C., from Paul H[amilton] Hayne, to Miss [Lizzie] Hughes, with a poem that was "suggested by your beauty, your frailness, & a ... charm which ... has touched me deeply"; labor contract, 8 July 1865, Edgefield, between J[ohn] H. Hughes and twenty-five African American freedmen identified by name; and volume, 1861-1973, photocopied scrapbook containing newspaper clippings and miscellaneous letters and papers re the Nicholson, Hughes, and Bones families
by Hill (N.H.)( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Financial records (including rate-books, treasurer's records, etc.); materials relating to boundaries; personal financial papers of townspeople; correspondence, and miscellaneous items
Cheairs and Hughes family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, deeds, wills, and other financial and legal papers, genealogical notes, family photographs, and other material of the Cheairs and Hughes families of Maury County, Tenn. Most of the correspondence and financial papers relate to the business dealings of Nathaniel Francis Cheairs and include papers relating to land transactions in Maury County and a sawmill in Arkansas. Two copies of typed transcriptions of memoirs are included: "Kentucky Memoirs of Uncle Sam Williams," edited with commentary by Nathaniel Cheairs Hughes, Jr., about the life and family of Samuel Williams (1831-1927), who was raised in Bourbon County, Ky., and wrote for newspapers in Louisville, Ky., St. Louis, Mo., and other locations; and "Personal Experiences in the War Between the States," by Nathaniel Francis Cheairs, who served with the 3rd Tennessee Regiment. Genealogical material, the bulk of these papers, relates to Cheairs, Hughes, and other ancestors of Nathaniel Francis Cheairs Hughes, Jr. (1930- )
Hughes family papers by Hughes family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection includes family correspondence, legal, and financial papers, and miscellaneous items, dated chiefly between 1820 and 1898, and relating to Hughes family members and their Bones, Hunt, Christie, and Nicholson relatives. Papers relate primarily to plantation life, especially the daily routines and social and religious lives of plantation women. Other topics include army life during the Civil War and postwar antagonisms. South Carolina politics are also discussed in the early papers. Locations besides Edgefield for which considerable information appears are Augusta, Ga.; Grande Cane, La.; Woodville, Miss.; and various locations in Ireland. Financial and legal items of interest include wills, deeds, personal accounts, estate papers, and slave bills of sale. A few miscellaneous items include sermons, clippings, advertisements, and recipes
The family( Visual )

1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A British family opens its doors to viewers in an eight-part observational series documenting family life. For four months, the Hughes family, consisting of mum Jane, dad Simon and their four teenage children, was filmed around the clock. In Part 5 Jane and Simon are locked in a battle of wills with headstrong daughter Emily, who returns home at dawn after a night on the town. Her constant partying is taking a toll not just on herself, but on the rest of the family too -- In part 6. Simon, feeling unsupported in his attempts to discipline the children, is near the end of his tether. Will the smile return to his face in time for a romantic meal for two with Jane?
Mongle-Hughes papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, 1857-1895, of members of the Mongle and Hughes families of Holston, Washington County, Va. and Evergreen, Tenn. Among the correspondents are J.J. Hughes, his sons William A. Hughes and Oliver F. Hughes and his daughter Sarah A. Hughes Mongle; and Samuel A. Mongle and James Mongle of Abingdon, Va. Includes papers, 1874-1884, concerning the registration of voters in Washington County, Va.; and accounts, 1832-1916, of Hughes & Co., Mongle & Hughes and J.B. Mongle & Sons, merchants of Abingdon, Va
 
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One night in a bad inn : a true storyThe Boone family : a genealogical history of the descendants of George and Mary Boone, who came to America in 1717 : containing many unpublished bits of early Kentucky history : also a biographical sketch of Daniel Boone, the pioneer, by one of his descendants
Alternative Names
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