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Goddard family

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Works: 182 works in 235 publications in 1 language and 931 library holdings
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Goddard Family by Goddard (Family)( )

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This collection of papers consists of deeds, 1713-1791; family correspondence, 1798-1835; manuscript sermons, 1733-1821; diaries, 1737-1835; account books, 1761-1881; miscellaneous material, 1748-1867 and undated; and a Goddard genealogy, 1832. The deeds refer mostly to Benjamin Goddard (1668-1748) of Charlestown, Mass., Robert Goddard (1694-1785) and Elisha Goddard (1719-1784) of Sutton, Mass., John Goddard (1709-1751) and Thomas Goddard (1720-1768) of Charlestown, Mass., and Stephen Goddard (1741-1820) of Cambridge, Mass. The family correspondence is divided chronologically and contains letters from Sarah (1775- ) of Cambridge, Mass. and David Goddard (1779- ) of Wendell, Mass., to Benjamin Goddard (1784- ) of Worcester, Mass. These family letters concern health and religious matters. There is also correspondence of Benjamin Goddard (1784- ), Benjamin Goddard, Jr. (1809-1885), and William Austin Goddard (1814- ). These letters concern personal and family matters. There are also a few letters concerning the Goddard family genealogy
Goddard Family by Goddard Family( )

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The collection also includes literary and school newsletters from Emily's teaching days (1850s), and description and a flyer for Sextus' patent for a corn husking machine (1883), and miscellaneous items including calling cards, a Sunday school enrollment certificate for Mattie J. Hall, Sextus' third wife, a woven hair keepsake, and two photographs of unidentified women. Also found in this collection are a significant number of papers and correspondence not necessarily belonging to Goddard family members. Several poems and papers were likely written by Hannah Cook Loring, a neighbor of the family during their time in Petersham in the 1850s. There are also miscellaneous correspondence from the 1850s between an E. Potter and Lettie Howes of Dudley, Massachusetts and Annie Howes of Worcester, Massachusetts
Goddard Family papers by Goddard Family( )

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Letters of Josiah Goddard and his wife Eliza Ann, missionaries in Bangkok and Shanghai, to their families in America
Wigglesworth, Grew, and Goddard family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Family correspondence, photographs, and genealogical information about the Wigglesworth, Grew, and Goddard families, primarily from the 19th century
Papers by Bowditch family( )

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A small collection of papers relating to the Bowditch family, including a volume of poetry by Nathaniel I. Bowditch; printed genealogical charts with manuscript additions; a petition (signed by N.I. Bowditch, among others) regarding the fugitive slave George Latimer (1842), and a few Goddard and Fay family items
by Arrington family( )

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Correspondence, wills, death certificates, deeds, genealogical records, county census records, cemetery records, and notes document the family history as well as J. Neil's work in collecting it. Abundant correspondence with many members of the family. through different lines. Famiy records and histories for the Barnard, Beasely, Blanchette-Buchanan, Bolling, Burge, Burch, Farmer, Goddard, Martin, Massey, Prather, Perdue, Renfro, and Thompson families
by Byron Goddard( )

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Deeds, receipts, checks, invoices, bills of sale, and other papers of the Goddard family
Papers by Eliot family( )

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Miscellaneous papers of the Eliot, Dawes, Goddard, and May families include sermons, almanacs, and notes on deaths and marriages of Andrew Eliot, minister of Boston's New North Church; of his son John Eliot who succeeded him; and of Andrew Eliot, another son, minister of the First Church in Fairfield, Conn. Other family members represented are Lucretia Dawes, William Dawes Jr., Christopher Rhodes Eliot, Ephraim Eliot, Mehetable May Dawes Goddard, Joseph May, and Samuel Joseph May. Also, genealogical information, miscellaneous printed matter, and photographs. Other correspondents include Jeremy Belknap, William Francis Channing, Samuel Dexter, Edward Everett Hale, and Josiah Quincy
Goddard family genealogy by Goddard family( )

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A handwritten volume containing, according to the first page, the pedigree of Nathaniel Goddard of Boston, Massachusetts. Covers at least six generations of the family. The last person added to the narrative seems to have been born in 1900
Papers by Goddard family( )

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Papers of the Goddard family consist mostly of the papers and correspondence of Elizabeth Goddard Thomas of Portland, Maine. Early papers include deeds and papers of Falmouth (Portland), Maine, including a 1791 petition for land grants to the Massachusetts House of Representatives as compensation for British destruction of lands around Portland in 1775; and sermons (1780) discussing female virtues. Also, scholastic exercises of Elizabeth G. Thomas while she attended Miss Martin's School in Portland. Her correspondents include her twin sister, Mary Goddard; her cousin, Mary Orne Pickering; her husband, William Thomas; her father, Henry Goddard; her brothers; and her children. Miscellaneous printed matter, calling cards, household bills, and receipts from the Female Foreign Mission Association are also included
Goddard family papers by Goddard family( )

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Mortgages, leases, deeds, wills, bills, cancelled checks, papers concerning volunteers in the Civil War, printed material about Women's suffrage, and miscellaneous James and Solomon Goddard papers, of Onondaga and Cortland counties, New York State
Thomas Goddard Frothingham and his family papers by Thomas Goddard Frothingham( )

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Contains papers of historian Thomas G. Frothingham, including materials pertaining to his patent for "shot," letters written home from Camp Pike, Arkansas, during World War I, a World War I scrapbook, and papers and correspondence with Newton D. Baker, Hilaire Belloc, and Charles Francis Adams related to his historical writings on World War I
Goodhart family by Goodhart (Family)( )

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Papers of the Goodhart family, comprising notebooks of C.E. Woide, Goodhart family scrap books, recipe book and letters received by Mrs Waters
Wigglesworth family papers by Wigglesworth family( )

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Papers of the Wigglesworth, Sargent, Dixwell, Bowditch, Norton, Goddard, Andrews, and Hunt families, including correspondence, deeds (mostly to lands in Boston), wills, inventories, poetry, school papers and books, sketches, much genealogical material, diaries, account books, and other bound volumes, and scrapbooks. Includes papers of regicide John Dixwell, Epes Sargent, lawyer and educator Epes S. Dixwell, China trade merchants John J. and George B. Dixwell, India trade merchant Thomas Wigglesworth, Frederick Dabney of the Azores, Rev. John Norton of Hingham, abolitionists Henrietta and Catherine Sargent, George Wigglesworth, Harvard professors Stephen Sewall, Edward Wigglesworth and his son Edward Wigglesworth, and the diaries of Henrietta May Goddard, Anna C. Wigglesworth, and Mary Catherine Dixwell Wigglesworth
Documents relating to the Goddard family of North Wiltshire by Goddard family( Book )

1 edition published in 1960 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

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