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Minor family

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Works: 3,322 works in 3,403 publications in 1 language and 4,266 library holdings
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by Miner family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence (3 boxes) of family members relating to daily life and family matters; papers (3 boxes, 1789-1827) of Benjamin Miner, Sr. (1742-1835) and his son, Benjamin, Jr. (1767-1851), constable, justice of the peace, and state legislator, chiefly concerning legal affairs in Bridport; diaries of Ethan Ladd Miner (1849-1922) and Frederick Miner (b. 1813) and his wife, Charlotte A. Miner (b. 1813), recording farm life and local events; and booklets, school catalogs, calling cards, and other printed materials pertaining to a variety of subjects. Other persons represented include Samuel Buck
by Minor family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, diaries, financial papers, essays, genealogies, clippings, and photos, relating to an Amherst County, Va., family, especially Lancelot Minor (1807-1887), farmer and Presbyterian Church elder, and his wife, Mary Ann Swann Minor (1821-1900), with other material relating to Lancelot Minor Berkeley, Lucy Minor Barrett, and John B. Minor. Topics in correspondence include Presbyterian Church, Civil War, Reconstruction, family life, farm matters, and finances; topics covered in Lancelot Minor's essays include agriculture, education, temperance, Presbyterian Church, and evils of political nomination by caucus system; Minor's time book (1879-1884) shows entries for work and wages; his journal of farm expenses (1839-1886) contains a diary (1850-1881) of "plantation proceedings" which records adoption of a sharecropping system; and diary (1860-1899) of Mary Ann Swann Minor records family activities and religious sentiments
by Susan Colston Wilson( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, literary mss., reminiscences, financial and legal papers, artwork, memorabilia, postcards, clippings, photos, and other papers, of Wilson, her parents, Susan Colston Minor Wilson (1864-1937) and John Wilson (1861-1899), her grandfather, John Barbee Minor (1813-1895), her aunt, Nannie Jacquelin Minor, her brother, Edmund Minor Wilson (1897-1935), and her sister, Charlotte Miller Minor Wilson (1898-1923). Topics include life at University of Virginia (1890-1910), World War I, particularly Edmund Minor Wilson's service in the artillery and Susan Colston Wilson's therapy work, life at Episcopal High School, Alexandria, Va. (1914-1916), and Wilson's volunteer work (1931) with International Grenfell Association in Labrador
Record of horse brands and Minor family records by Minor family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The bulk of the volume records horse brands. Also contains records of the Minor family, including one page of diary entries, several receipts of money received, and several wills. The Minors were residents of Stonington, Connecticut
Minor family papers by Minor family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Photocopies of property deeds granting land to the Minor family in Winchester and Litchfield, Connecticut
by Miner family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Scrapbooks of postcards from Panama, the Panama Canal, Washington, Oregon, and other western states, 1910's-1920's; photograph album of the Miner family and the Chazy area, 1916; calendar and illustrated booklet on Heart's Delight Farm, the Miner homestead in Chazy, 1909-1913; catalog of railway appliances manufactured by W.H. Miner, 1921; catalog of the Chazy Central Rural School, 1921; and memorial booklets on William H. Miner, 1930, and Alice T. Miner, 1950
by Stedman (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, account books, diaries, bookkeeping records, books, greeting cards, catalogs, photographs, clippings, drawings, essays, ledgers, letterheads, deeds, receipts, and other papers, of Thomas Stedman, his son, William, William's wife, Maria (Baker) Stedman, their son, Martin Van Buren Stedman, his wife, Maria (Baker) Stedman, their son, Marshall and his wife, Libbie (Miner) Stedman, their daughter Eloise and her husband, Charles Myers, and the related families of Myers, Miner, Heath, Baker, Thompson, Harmon, and Cone. Subjects include the family business, M.W. Stedman Rake Co., started by William Stedman in 1827, manufacturers of rakes and other agricultural implements; social life in Berkshire County; Berkshire Garden Club; charcoal industry; herbs; the town of Tyringham, Mass.; Metropolitan Museum of Art; and the involvement of the Miner family in the breeding of American Jersey cattle
Papers by Miner Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Inventories of the estates of Benjamin and Alfred Griswold of Windsor, Conn.; bills and correspondence of the Griswold and Miner families including a letter from Harry W. Miner stating that he has made arrangements to have his eye removed by Dr. Edward Reynolds of Boston
by Miner family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, charts, clippings, narrative family histories, and copies of family documents concerning the Clapp, Miner, Anderson, and Mitchell families, 1910-1949; and photographs, correspondence, plans, and sketches of the monuments for William H. Miner's parents, 1948-1951
Papers of the Minor family by Minor family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, 1831, of Charles Landon Carter Minor (1805-186?), while in Jefferson Barracks, Mo., to Lt. G. McRee concerning a legal dispute; from Carter Nelson Berkeley, 1841, concerning, Carter's study of medicine in Philadelphia, Pa.; answer, 1835, of Carter Berkeley, to the Court of Law and Chancery in Botetourt County, Va., pertaining to the estate of William Gordon, the marriage settlement of Nathaniel Burwell and Lucy Carter, a bill of sale for male slaves, and a mortgage
Grant and Brown family correspondence by Miner family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Family correspondence among three families related by marriage and who primarily lived in North Stonington and Stonington, Connecticut. Oliver Grant of Stonington married Ann Billings. Their children included Oliver, Miner, Rebecca, Phebe (who married James Brown) and Wealthy (who married Sanford Palmer). Correspondents in the collection include James Brown, Lucy Brown, Phebe Miner Brown, Rebecca Grant, Oliver Grant, and Wealthy Miner Palmer. The letters contain mostly family news, requests for updates of the recipients' heath, and a desire to see each other. A significant number of letters address marital problems between Phebe Miner and Joseph Brown, who were living in Pittstown, New York. Letters were exchanged between Phebe and her brother Miner Grant, Miner and his father Oliver Grant, and Oliver Grant to both James and Phebe. Of interest but with no apparent relationship to these families is a handmade booklet of country dance instructions
Bryan and Minor family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Scattered family letters, 1807-1918, of the Bryan and Minor families; Bryan family Bible records; reminiscences of John Randolph Bryan's experiences in balloon reconnaissance for the Confederate Army during the siege of Yorktown in 1862; and thirteen volumes of Bryan and Minor family records, chiefly consisting of typed transcriptions of biographies, autobiographies, and letters, including reminiscences of a former slave and servant, and relating to religion, education, household affairs, slavery, freedmen, plantation economy, and other aspects of 19th- century Virginia life
Staebler family papers by Staebler family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence including five Civil War letters; letter, 1847, from Allegan, Michigan relating to road building and lumbering; and other miscellaneous papers
Wilkins, James Campbell, papers by James Campbell Wilkins( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers relate to the lives and careers of Wilkins, his family, and business associates and concern the cotton trade; business of commission merchants in Natchez, Mississippi, and New Orleans, Louisiana; plantation life and economy; slavery; and the planter elite of the Natchez and Adams County area
by Miner family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters, deeds, receipts, contracts, legal papers, military papers, and other items pertaining to family news and business affairs of the Miner, Oliver, Anderson, and Dominy families, including Civil War letters of Amos L. Miner, Charles W. Miner, and Clement S. Miner, 1862-1864; Revolutionary War letter by Amos Miner, 1776; letters from relatives in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and San Francisco, Calif., 1853-1898; and letters to Clement S. Miner from his brother Benjamin F. Miner about the life of a sailor, and from his sister Sarah discussing abolition, 1815-1864. Other correspondents include Gardner A. Oliver, Royal Oliver, Mary Jane Oliver, Asaph Oliver, John Dominy, Mary B. Dominy, Harriet B. Dominy, Nathaniel Dominy, and Hannah M. Dominy
Stetson and Minor Family Photographs collection by Stetson family( )

in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This collection contains a three generation history in photographs of the Minor and Stetson families from 1862-1948; Willis Kimball Stanton, his father Daniel K. Stetson and his children John Minor, George Albert and Mary Mead
by Miner family( )

in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Letters, deeds, receipts, contracts, legal papers, military papers, and other items pertaining to family news and business affairs of the Miner, Oliver, Anderson, and Dominy families, including Civil War letters of Amos L. Miner, Charles W. Miner, and Clement S. Miner, 1862-1864; Revolutionary War letter by Amos Miner, 1776; letters from relatives in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and San Francisco, Calif., 1853-1898; and letters to Clement S. Miner from his brother Benjamin F. Miner about the life of a sailor, and from his sister Sarah discussing abolition, 1815-1864. Other correspondents include Gardner A. Oliver, Royal Oliver, Mary Jane Oliver, Asaph Oliver, John Dominy, Mary B. Dominy, Harriet B. Dominy, Nathaniel Dominy, and Hannah M. Dominy
 
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Alternative Names
Miner family

Miners family

Minner family

Minnor family

Myner family

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English (90)