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Stiles family

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Works: 130 works in 198 publications in 1 language and 1,059 library holdings
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Stiles family memorials by Stiles family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Three volumes of material, since disbound, collected by Henry R. Stiles as he prepared a family history and a history of Wethersfield, Connecticut. The collection comprises a variety of material, including photographs, drawings, correspondence, and other writings. Includes family documents from as early as 1791
Record book by Stiles family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Includes copies of deeds in Woodbury, Conn., mostly for Benjamin Stiles, 1651-1711, and Benjamin Stiles, 1720-1797
Stiles family papers by Stiles family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection contains the papers of the Stiles Family, dating from 1770 to 1851. The papers include land deeds, land survey maps, bonds, and other documents belonging to Ebenezer Stiles, Moses Stiles, as well as other relatives, including David Cooper, the Viel Family, and Jonas Phillips. The papers are separated by family member, and for each member, are arranged by type of document, which then appear in chronological order
Papers by Stiles Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters to Henry B. Stiles regarding loans to Western Reserve College in Hudson, Ohio, an endowed scholarship at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Conn., activities of fellow members of the Methodist Episcopal Church and lack of available manpower on farms during the Civil War; papers of Patty S. Stiles include items from Harwinton Academy in Connecticut in 1823 and a description of San Francisco, California in 1859; correspondents include George E. Pierce and Henry L. Hitchcock
Papers by Stiles Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence of C.W. Burpee with his cousin Alice Stiles about damages she should seek from the town of Southbury, Conn., for a carriage accident; includes a letter about rabbit hunting
Mackay and Stiles family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection consists of correspondence, account books, plantation and slave records, memoranda books, financial papers, and legal papers. The papers document the family's business, political, and social life in England (1806-1811), Austria (where William Henry Stiles was U.S. charge d'affaires, 1845-1849), and Georgia. Topics include activities at the Savannah Poor House and Hospital, the care and treatment of a mental patient, work of the United States Army Corps of Engineers on the Savannah River, the Second Seminole War, plantation life, trips to the Virginia springs, the education of women, and the impact of the Civil War. Volumes are chiefly merchantile and plantation records. There is also microfilm containing a brief Civil War diary of Robert Mackay Stiles (1836-1865) and genealogical information on the related Couper and Maxwell families
Bartholomew family papers and town records by Bartholomew family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Primarily land and financial records related to several generations of the Bartholomew family of Bristol, Connecticut, who were store keepers, tavern proprietors and merchants. The bulk of the Bartholomew material belonged to Lemma, Lemuel and George Wells Bartholomew. Among Lemma's papers are legal documents concerning George Stillman and Charles Morgan, who were involved with trade in the West Indies. Also includes papers of the Stiles and French families, town records of Bristol, Southbury and Woodbury, Connecticut, assorted documents, and of most interest, records of the colonial treasury's reimbursement to John Lord, manager of the Hartford workhouse and payment to individuals for keeping indigent women and children. In the Bristol town records is a bill to Abel Lewis for his services relating to the 1809 Independence Ball
 
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Alternative Names
Stile family

Styles family

Styls family

Stylus family

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English (90)