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Collins family

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Works: 729 works in 861 publications in 2 languages and 2,772 library holdings
Genres: Records and correspondence  History  Genealogy  Photographs  Albums (Books)  Archives  Diaries  Songs 
Roles: Author
Classifications: Z325.C6, 655.441
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Most widely held works by Collins family
The family of Collins of Knaresborough with some of their connexions by Francis Collins( Book )

2 editions published in 1912 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The House of Collins : the story of a Scottish family of publishers from 1789 to the present day by David Keir( Book )

1 edition published in 1952 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

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by Toy family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, genealogical materials, sermons, Bibles, deeds, books, copybooks, notebooks, photographs, and other papers, of Joseph Toy (1808-1887), chiefly relating to his activities as an official of Bacon, Bickford & Co. (later Toy, Bickford & Co.), manufacturers of safety fuses, and their British partner, Bickford, Smith & Davey, and his duties as an ordained Methodist clergyman in Simsbury; together with papers of other family members including notes of Lucinda Andrus, a family employee, correspondence of Jane Sawle Osler, of Camborne, England, information concerning the Civil War service and death of Capt. Joseph Toy (1830-1862), and high school copybooks of Anna J. (Toy) Ellsworth (b. 1842); and information pertaining to a hospital in China dedicated to Susan (Toy) Ensign
Edmund A. Stanley, Jr. collection relating to Bowne & Co by Edmund A Stanley( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection consists of miscellaneous corporate records of Bowne & Co., Inc., and papers relating to the Bowne family of Flushing, Long Island, N.Y., including original letters by Robert Bowne and other members of the Bowne and related families. The collection was assembled by Edmund A. Stanley, Jr. (1924 - ) a former president and chairman of Bowne & Co., Inc. during the course of his research for his books on the history of the firm
Collins family papers by Joseph P Collins( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection consists of Collins family correspondence and papers, business papers, and papers regarding Live Oak Lodge No. 3, Independent Order of Odd Fellows. The correspondence includes letters to or from John A. Butler, Joseph P. Collins, Mrs. Joseph P. Collins, John H. Johnes (brother of Mrs. Joseph P. Collins), James S. Jones, E. Burns, Katie B. Collins, G.N. Collins, Elizabeth L. Dreyer, C.E. Miller, and Joseph P. Collins (grandson). They all concern news of family and friends. The letter of December 26, 1858, describes life in San Francisco, California. There is also a draft of a letter in the hand of Joseph P. Collins to the Reverend John Doughty in California, September 24, 1875, giving the history and present status of the Swedenborgian Church in Savannah. The 1918 papers are World War I letters and postcards to Katie B. Collins from her nephew Joseph B. Collins with the AEF in France. The business papers, 1853-1858, relate to the settlement after the dissolution of the partnership of Joseph P. Collins and Thomas A. Bulkley. The remainder concerns his business firm, J.P. Collins. Most of the 1871 and 1874 letters are from Henry James Osborne, Oculist-Optician of Augusta, Georgia. The papers of the Live Oak Lodge, No. 3, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, 1885-1888, include correspondence, resolutions, circulars (broadsides), dispensations of appeals, reports, a clipping on the death of Joseph P. Collins, 1887, and an incomplete clipping, undated, on the death of Francis D. Jordan. In the folder of miscellaneous items are a deed to a lot in Laurel Grove Cemetery to J.P. Collins, 1852; a leaflet giving the history of Wesley Monumental Church, Savannah, with an appeal for funds for building a new church (sketch of the proposed church on the front cover), 1875; 3 clippings; quotation from Emanuel Swedenborg, October 3, 1873; The Coast Line Railroad, n.d., and limestone and stone lime in Screven County, Ga., undated; also some envelopes that do not match any of the letters
by Pancoast family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, scrapbooks, minutes, legal documents, photos, and other items, of or relating to Thomas J. Pancoast and John S. Collins, land developers, sons, Russell T. Pancoast, an architect, and J. Arthur Pancoast, Collins family, Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, Miami Beach Improvement Association, Pancoast Hotel, daily life, Florida politics, and the development of Miami Beach. Correspondents include Carl G. Fisher and Spessard L. Holland
Collings Family and Ham Family Papers by Collings family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papercopy - (Duplicate microfilm available level 3) Family History material and original letters relating to the Collings and Ham famliies
OM82-64 Collins Family Papers by Collins family( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection consists of letters and miscellaneous items, lists of letters written and monies owed. The letters contain correspondence between family members, with the exception of those between John Collins and H.W. Johnson concerning financial arrangements. The bulk of the family letters are from Jane Collins who maintained a monthly correspondence with John, William and Bob in their absence from 'Mundoolun', necessitated by the scarcity of labour to work on the 'Waterton' (Taroom) and 'Westgrove' (Mt. Hutton) stations, acquired respectively in 1861 and 1863
Papers II by John Collins Warren( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of John C. Warren and of his father John Warren, both Boston surgeons. The majority of their papers are personal and relate to lands and property. These include deeds, mostly with John, to lands in Boston, Roxbury, Virginia, and elsewhere and other documents regarding legal disputes over land in Newport, R.I. among Abigail C. Warren, her brother John A. Collins, and William C. Gardner. John Warren's papers also contain some materials related to his career as a surgeon and professor of surgery and anatomy, including notes on various ailments, letters requesting and offering advice and regarding the payment of his bills, a medical lecture (1795), and a few items concerning the inoculation and a hospital for smallpox. Also included are extensive estate papers for both John and Abigail C. Warren. Correspondents include John's other sons, Henry, Edward, and Joseph Warren, Charles G. Loring, and Christopher E. Robbins
TR 1787 Collings Family and Ham Family Papers by Collings family( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papercopy - (Duplicate microfilm available level 3) Family History material and original letters relating to the Collings and Ham famliies
Collins/Braddock collection( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Materials of and/or relating to the Collins and Braddock families, Quakers, of Moorestown, N.J
TR 1844 Collings Family and Ham Family Papers by Collings Family( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Master microfilm - (Copy of microfilm available level 3 Papercopy available Level 4) Family History material and original letters relating to the Collings and Ham famliies
Collins Family Cemetery, Cache Creek, BC( Book )

1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collins-Symonds diaries( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Diaries of members of the Symonds and Collins families, of Lynn, Mass
Collins-Wilson family papers by Wilson (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection consists of correspondence and documents related to the William Smith Collins family of Madison County and the Capt. John Wilson family of Estill County, Ky. Collins material includes info on his 1862 military arrest, wartime letters and journal of his son Capt. Thomas B. Collins, CSA, (and copy of his company's muster roll), and the post-war courtship letters of son Joseph Collins. Wilson family papers include Xerox copies of the wartime letters of Capt. John Wilson, USA, and documents related to his sobriquet, "The Hero of Lookout Mountain." The photocopied memoirs of William McCord document life in Madison County
Family papers by David Collins( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Reel 1: David Collins, correspondence, 1775-1810 (ML MSS 700/1 1-2111); Vol. 2 - David Collins, miscellaneous papers, 1785-1810 (ML MSS 700/2 212-242); Vol. 3 - Collins family, correspondence, 1746-1835 (ML MSS 700/3 243-328). Reel 2: Vol. 4 -Collins family, papers, 1701-1872 (ML MSS 700/4 1-245); Vol. 5 - letters to Rev. C.T.C. Trelawny, 1839-1867 (ML MSS 700/5 246-314)
Papers by Nugent family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Miscellaneous genealogical data about Nugent, White, and Sieg families, and letters of several Nugents, Siegs, Collins, and other relatives in Cincinnati or its neighborhood
Papers of the Denny family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The papers include copies of correspondence, 1913-1927, between Collins Denny and James Cannon regarding actions by the college of bishops, legal decisions, and church controversies, and letters from William Murdock Denny to Elizabeth Chapman Denny Vann concerning his book, "Richard Denny ... and his descendents."
Collins Family papers by Malachi C Collins( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Collins Family Papers consist of correspondence dated 1889-1987 that comprises about one-third of the collection. The majority of the letters are between Sophronia A. Collins Easley and her brother Malachi C. Collins and husband Willis Easley, in addition to communication with other family members and friends. Of note are the letters sent to Sophronia A. Collins Easley from various evangelical and ecumenical lay persons and clerics in the United States and Canada. Also included are the intercessory prayer records Sophronia A. Collins Easley kept for over fifty years, the second largest type of records in the collection
2830 Collins Family Correspondence by Collins family( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

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