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Norton family

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Works: 290 works in 364 publications in 1 language and 1,894 library holdings
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Jacob Norton papers by Jacob Norton( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers, sermons (1794-1811, 1840), and diaries (1787-1815) of Rev. Jacob Norton, minister of the Congregational church at Weymouth, Mass. Family correspondence, most heavily annotated with family information, is among Norton and his wife Elizabeth (Cranch); her parents, Mary (Smith) and Richard Cranch; and Norton's children, Elizabeth C. Norton, Richard C. Norton, Lucy A. Norton (later Eames), William S. Norton, and Mary C. Norton (later Mrs. Jacob Howe). Also, courtship letters between Jacob Norton and Elizabeth Cranch and between Jacob Howe and Mary C. Norton; and correspondence between Abigail (Smith) Adams and John Quincy Adams
Extraordinary trial! Norton v. Viscount Melbourne, for crim. con. ... a full and accruate report by George Chappele Norton( Book )

1 edition published in 1836 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Loomis and Norton families correspondence by Loomis family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Personal correspondence from and between friends and family
Wigglesworth family papers by Wigglesworth family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

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
Papers by Mackenzie family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

I. Family papers, 1769-1902 A. Notes and newscuttings on the Norton and Mackenzie families, 1769-1902. (MS and printed) B. Draft of family tree of Mackenzie and Norton families compiled in Mitchell Library and based on information from the above. C. Diary dated 1767, used as a notebook 1822-1838, by A.K. Mackenzie. (MS and printed material) D. Notebook, 18--. E. Correspondence, 1823-1837 being mainly between Jane Norton (Mackenzie) and her husband James Norton, 1823-1837. (MS and photocopies). II. Miscellaneous papers, 1847-1865 (MS and printed). The collection includes pictorial material (Pic. Acc. 1210)
Norton Family Papers by Norton family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Legal paper (1796) of Hannah Norton of Seabrook, NH. Letters: Richard Cranch of Quincy, MA (1799), .R.C. Norton of Washington (1810), and Mary Cranch Norton (1827)
Norton, Chilton, and Dameron family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection includes chiefly letters, 1815-1910, relating to members of the Norton, Chilton, and Dameron families. Topics include farming, activities of relatives and friends, business matters, and household routine. Antebellum letters are chiefly between Norton family members in Louisiana, especially in New Orleans, and Mississippi, especially in Vicksburg, about farming and family matters. Letters written during the Civil War are chiefly from William H. Dameron at the Confederate Commissary Department at Meridian, Miss., to his wife, Courtenay Norton Dameron, in New Orleans, mostly about family matters, but with references to commissary work. While most post-Civil War letters are about family matters, a few discuss the 1875 race riots relating to elections in Clinton, Miss., and some discuss spiritualism, especially Sarah Norton Chilton's attempts in the mid-1870s to contact dead relatives and friends. Other papers include financial and legal documents, including a few records of slave sales in Mississippi; clippings; cures and remedies; genealogical data, including information about the Cusachs family as well as the Norton, Chilton, and Dameron families; notebooks; and family pictures
Papers by Norton family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers and genealogies of the Norton and Andrews families. Included are deeds of John Norton and Thomas Andrews and other family members to lands in Hingham, Mass. and other locations; Norton family correspondence, in particular among Rev. Jacob Norton and his daughters Elizabeth C., Mary C. (later Mrs. Jacob Howe), and Lucy A. Norton (later Eames), and courtship letters between Jacob Howe and his future wife; papers, some related to his service in the Revolutionary War, of Joseph Andrews; and letters to Loring Andrews, printer of Stockbridge, Mass., including several from Theodore Sedgwick regarding contemporary politics. Also, letters to London merchant Samuel Eliot related to his business interests; and letters from Alexis de Tocqueville (in French) to Theodore Sedgwick and others
Brock Collection: Papers of John Norton & Sons by John Norton & Sons( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Miscellaneous documents and correspondence of various members of the Norton family and the House of John Norton & Son. These papers contain material on colonial shipping, the export of tobacco, and many inventories of goods imported from England
Norton family papers by Norton family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Primarily family correspondence between members of a Suffield, Connecticut, family. Daniel Norton received letters from his wife, Mindwell, their children and his Pease in-laws, with a few business letters included, which addressed him as Chairman. Daniel's papers also include household bills and receipts, promissory notes, and dividend statements, circulars and correspondence from various insurance companies, including Aetna Life, Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co., and Charter Oak Fire and Marine Insurance Co. Of interest among the bills and receipts is one issued to a person purchasing shares is the Suffield Gold, Silver & Copper Mining Co. of which Norton was the treasurer. Lucy Norton is represented by incoming correspondence, as are Mary Ellen (who later married George Loomis) and Elizabeth Norton (who later married Calvin Philleo). Mary's letters in large part came from a teacher at Holyoke Seminary, H.N. Fletcher. Her papers also include a number of essays written, perhaps while she was a student at Holyoke
Norton Family papers by Norton Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of William H. and Grant T. Norton of Wellsville include deeds, receipts, clippings, letters, and oil leases
Papers by Norton Family( )

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Correspondence between Elizabeth Norton and William Sheldon describes bonnet worn while blackberrying; letter to O.S. Sheldon of Suffield, Conn., notifies him of his continued subscription to the Philadelphia Saturday News
Norton-Towers families papers by Norton Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection contains transcriptions of two diaries accompanied with annotations made by the transcriber. One is the diary of a R.S. Norton of Rome, Georgia, and the other was written by William Towers after the war. Each details company movements and discusses significant deaths of each battle. Norton also includes comments on rising prices of various staples and dry goods
Charles Eliot Norton miscellaneous papers by Charles Eliot Norton( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers include letters, notebooks, diaries, lecture notes, commonplace books, clippings, daguerreotypes, passports, photographs, and memorabilia. Daguereotypes depict Francis James Child and Charles Eliot Norton
Papers of the Grew, Andrews, Norton, and Wigglesworth families by Grew family( )

in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Chiefly family correspondence; also diaries, travel journals, commonplace books, manuscripts of writings, and personal business papers of the related Grew, Andrews, Norton, and Wigglesworth families of Massachusetts. Correspondents include mother, daughter, and granddaughter: Jane (Andrews) Norton (1755-1840), Jane (Norton) Wigglesworth (1774-1856), and Jane (Wigglesworth) Grew (1805-1869). Manuscripts include Edward Wigglesworth's Harvard College themes from the 1820s, Greene and Wigglesworth family genealogy notes, and poems. Business papers include receipts for household expenses and children's education, promissory notes, and memoranda. Also wills and other documents pertaining to estate matters
Norton family autograph collection by Laurence Harper Norton( )

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668 documents and letters signed by U.S. presidents, politicians and generals, as well as kings, popes, artists, authors and singers. The collection also contains a small number of books, lithographs, engravings, maps, newspapers, broadsides, almanacs, photographs and other printed items. Chronologically, the collection ranges from a signed document (1531) by Francis I, King of France, to a typed letter signed by Congresswoman Frances P. Bolton (1956)
Papers of John Norton & Sons by John Norton & Sons( )

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Miscellaneous documents and correspondence of various members of the Norton family and the House of John Norton & Son. These papers contain material on colonial shipping, the export of tobacco, and many inventories of goods imported from England
Miscellaneous papers by Charles Eliot Norton( )

in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Papers include letters, notebooks, diaries, lecture notes, commonplace books, clippings, daguerreotypes, passports, photographs, and memorabilia
 
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Alternative Names
Nortin family

Nortine family

Noten family

Noton family

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