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Crowell family

Works: 121 works in 141 publications in 1 language and 337 library holdings
Genres: Genealogy  History  Personal correspondence  Local history  Deeds 
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Collection of papers by Crowell family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Bill of sale (1792) for sloop Susanna sold by Barnabas Crowell, mariner; promissory note (1797) of Silvanus Crowell; deed (1803) of Lot Crowell, yeoman, to his son, Solomon Crowell; deed (1831) of Mehitable Crowell to a pew in Falmouth Meeting House (First Congregational Church); materials of David Crowell, Jr. (1720-1813), merchant and trader, of Falmouth and later Pittston, Kennebec County, Me., including promissory note, power of attorney assigned by him to James Hinckley, business letters from Hinckley to Crowell, and ledger for a general store operated by Crowell in Falmouth; information concerning local historical events (1744-1816); genealogy (1983) of the Crow, Crowe, and Crowell families compiled by Benjamin H. Crowell; bills of lading and invoices from ships Amphibious (sloop) and Rising Sun, owned by family members; and miscellaneous papers. Includes information relating to East End Meeting House. Other family members represented include Juniper, Matthew, and Simeon Crowell. No papers dated 1843-1982
by Benedict Crowell( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, scrapbooks, certificates, and other items, relating chiefly to Crowell's activities with U.S. War Dept. during World War I and World War II, potential uses for aircraft, especially for war, and his military service. Includes correspondence, deeds, and contracts, of Crowell and Cobb families of Cleveland, Ohio. Correspondents include Newton D. Baker, Herbert Hoover, Robert Lansing, John J. Pershing, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Woodrow Wilson
Papers by Crowell family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of Ruth (Bradford) and Captain Ira Crowell, including correspondence, memorabilia, and photographs. Ruth, the daughter of the Rev. Arthur B. Bradford of Pennsylvania, married Capt. Ira Crowell of Cape Cod in 1869 and lived with him in China for 20 years. Crowell was a ship captain for the merchant firm of Augustine Heard & Co. in Hong Kong. The correspondence mainly describes life in China and Hong Kong in the 1870s. Letters are written to Arthur Bradford and other family members
by Gildersleeve family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence and deeds concerning land in northern New Jersey counties of Essex, Passaic, Somerset, and Union; and school compositions (1849) written by Anna Maria Gildersleeve while a student in Jefferson Village, N.J. (now Maplewood)
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Alternative Names
Crowel family

Crowes family

Crowl family

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