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Waterhouse family

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Works: 99 works in 143 publications in 1 language and 737 library holdings
Genres: Genealogy  Records and correspondence  Archives  History  Albums (Books)  Diaries  Love letters 
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by Frederic Thornton Hunt( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, deeds, genealogical materials, legal documents, and other papers, of Hunt; members of the Hunt family; Bradley, Downer, and Watrous relatives; and Burbank, Hubbard, and Pomeroy families. Includes will and itinerary (1927) of a motor tour taken by Hunt in France; deeds and other papers of Abraham Burbank (1738-1808); patent (1852) of Luther C. White pertaining to a method for producing lamp tops or screw stoppers from sheet metal; and materials collected by Bertha Agnes (Downer) Watrous (1855-1951) relating to the Downer, Eliot, Forbes, Strong, and Watrous families
Waterous family by Waterous family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letter fragments, receipts, handbills, copies of a hand-written newspapers, and business and household accounts of John, Edward, and Purden Waterous, who moved from Avon, New York, to the Grand Blanc area of Michigan (circa 1830). Three ledgers - "cider books"--Record the business transactions of Edward Waterous' New York distillery. Dated from 1807-1829, the ledgers note customers' names, grain and whiskey prices, and some grocery prices. A whiskey tax receipt issued to Edward Waterous in 1800 is included. Purchase receipts from an Avon, New York, general store note prices of a variety of items, including silk, raisins, umbrellas, and a vest pattern. A small notebook lists wages for farm labor in the Avon area in 1825. Also included are a letter from Purden to John; pages apparently from an assessor's notebook for an area in Genesee County, Michigan; a receipt to John Waterous for a purchase of land in this area; two other receipts to John for paid installments on shares in the Algerville and Grand Blanc Plank Road (1856); copies of the "Star of the West", a paper put out by S.E. Waterous in 1852; an advertisement for a medical cure-all; a handbill for a concert; and two essays
Waterhouse-Crofut family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The papers of these two related families of Beaufort, S.C., consist of correspondence (bulk from 1900-1946), ephemera, business and financial records, and miscellaneous items. The papers of George Waterhouse (1838-1894) include personal account books (1853-1866), and a proposal to build a school for colored children in the Oakatee area. Papers of his son George Waterhouse (1879-1920) include a private ledger and copies of business letters (1910-1919); some earlier correspondence includes a number of love letters between George Waterhouse (1879-1920) and his fiancée Elizabeth Crofut (1882-1968). Papers of Marguerite L. Waterhouse (Herendeen) include ephemera, clippings, and correspondence (1945-1946) collected during her tour with the Red Cross while attached to U.S. Army units (relating to China-Burma-India operations). Papers of her husband Edward G. Herendeen are mostly military records relating to his service in the Navy Air Corps in France and Italy in World War I, including two diaries (1917-1919). Business records include a ledger (1879-1922) of George Waterhouse containing entries for cash accounts, store accounts, accounts for wharfage, cotton, etc., and accounts with various individuals and businesses, including Capt. D.K. Smalls, Neptune Murray, the Sea lsland Chemical Co., G.M. Pollitzer & Co., and the steamer Pilot Boy. Miscellaneous items include clippings and a scrapbook pertaining to Beaufort social life and history. Papers of the Crofut family include business and financial records (1876-1920s), and papers of musicians Marguerite and Georgeia Crofut which feature programs for concerts and recitals, and sheet music for spirituals composed by Rita Crofut. Includes two oversize ledgers both possibly kept by E.A. Crofut. The first, smaller volume lists the names of former members of the U.S. Colored Troops, detailing their date of enrollment and discharge, their regiment and officers, and place of residence; this volume also contains dated entries (1884-1885) noting individuals who applied for back pay, bounty, and disability pensions. The second, larger volume (1889-1902) lists hundreds of individuals, with notes on payment or denial of payment of back pay or bounty to former colored soldiers or their beneficiaries. Many entries list details such as dates of enlistment and discharge, age, and military unit. Other entries list disability pensions allowed to veterans or their beneficiaries, sometimes noting the cause of the disability and other details. Loose items removed from the larger ledger include a chart of U.S. pension rates; a letter (1901) to E.A. Crofut rejecting a pension; and a "Declaration for Invalid Pension" submitted by Cyrus Jenkins of Port Royal, S.C
McEwen family papers by Robert Charles McEwen( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence and personal papers of McEwen family and related or allied families. The papers include letters of R.D. McEwen, Robert C. McEwen, Watrous family papers, Union College materials, wills, inventories, deeds autograph albums, account books, medical case history books, constitution and treasurer's book of the Bethesda Church Guild, minutes of the Consolidated Franklinite Company, bills, receipts, letters, photographs and maps
Papers by Waterhouse family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Photocopy entitled "History of the Waterhouse Now Watrous Family -- From English Historic Records -- Keats' English Heraldry."
Jacob Waterhouse of Wethersfield and New London, Conn., and some of his descendants by Waterhouse family( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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Waterous family

Watrous family

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