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Reed family

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Works: 1,234 works in 1,495 publications in 2 languages and 5,737 library holdings
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Most widely held works by Reed family
The Boarstall cartulary by Rede family( Book )

2 editions published in 1930 in English and held by 121 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Homestead : pioneers of Texas' frontier by Jerry Lackey( Book )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 8 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

His latest book pulls together 85 stories about area ranches and ranchers. The stories were taken from Jerry's popular Sunday Homestead series, which has been published in the Standard-Times since 2006
Papers by Reid family( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Papers of Thomas Reed of Littleton, Mass. (later of Leominster), including deeds to lands in Littleton, Leominster, and other locations; numerous receipts, accounts, and promissory notes; papers related to his part in the lumber industry in Maine with his son Avery; three small account books (1826-50); and his will and estate papers. Also included are papers, including receipts, deeds (especially to lands in Acton and Westford, Mass.), and estate papers, including inventories, of Mrs. Deidamia Rogers of Westford for whom Reed was executor of the estate
Batsto and Wharton State Forest collections by Batsto Library and Manuscript Collection( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Day books, store account books, bills of lading, receipts, rent receipts, correspondence, diaries, land records, census records, maps, blueprints, photographs, drawings, newspaper clippings, books, newsletters, pamphlets, and other materials reflecting the history of Batsto from ca. 1766 to 1909. Includes information documenting the establishment of the first known bog iron furnace (Batsto Furnace) near the mouth of the Batsto River in 1766 which became an important iron and glass producing center until after the Civil War, its subsequent closing, and later purchase by philanthropist and industrialist, Joseph Wharton, of Philadelphia, Pa.; the administration (1909-1954) of the property by Girard Trust Company of Philadelphia; and its development as a state historic site from 1954 to the present. Subjects include Batsto's role in the Colonial and Revolutionary War era; its bog iron, timber, shipping, glass, and agricultural industries; wheelwright and blacksmith trades; commercial enterprises such as the gristmill, sawmill, and village store; post office; owners Charles Read, William Richards, and Joseph Wharton and their families; and the lives of persons working and living in the village
by James Frazier Reed( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, diaries, mss., clippings, bills of sale, booklets, and personal memorabilia, covering the activities of Reed and of his family, including life in Illinois (1830s and 1840s), journey to California (1846) in the ill-fated Donner Party, rescue parties (1847), and life in California until the death of Patty Reed Lewis. Includes handwritten note by Jacob Donner and other documents relating to members of the Donner Party, as well as correspondence between Patty Lewis and various Sutter's Fort curators and authors Charles McGlashan, Irene Paden, and George Stewart
Family papers by Charles Read( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Chiefly estate papers, wills, inventories, accounts and other financial records, property records, and other papers, of Read, his wife, Alice (Thibou) Read, son, Charles Read, Jr. (1739-1783), Ann Read Wardell, executrix of the estate of Charles Read, Jr., and other family members, of Burlington, Mount Holly, Evesham Township, and other New Jersey towns. Includes bonds and estate papers of Samuel Lippincott, principally relating to a sawmill in Evesham Township; and information concerning Read's sawmill in Eversham and his ownership of Etna Furnace, Estell Manor, N.J., and other iron-works
by Reed family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Diaries (1867-1915) of Newton Reed (1849-1920); and correspondence, diaries, and miscellaneous papers of other family members
Papers by Abner Lord Backus( )

1 edition published in 1879 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Typescript photocopy entitled "History of My Own and the Family of My Wife," written by Abner Lord Backus, Toledo, Ohio. August 20, 1879. Mrs. A.L. Backus' maiden name was Reed
Reed Family papers by Reed family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Reed Family papers consist of business and personal records and correspondence, diaries, notebooks, other writings, and photographs of Irving McKenny Reed, his wife Eleanor, and his father Thomas Milburne Reed. Also included are a large number of mineral survey forms with field notes and maps from Irving McKenny Reed's engineering work around Alaska
by Reid family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence and legal papers of Samuel McDowell Reid (1790-1869), clerk of court and member of Virginia House of Delegates; correspondence of his daughter, Mary Louisa White (1832-1901); and a few court papers of his father, Andrew Reid (1751-1837)
Reid/Smith/Cocks family papers by Reid family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Clippings, obituaries, and photographs of the Sands and Cocks family, ca. 1915-1925; receipts, summons, and accounts of the Smith family, 1869-1884, concerning doctor's services, sloop shipment, and merchandise bought; and photograph album of Helen Wicks Reid, 1893-1894, of people, Prospect Park, dental patients, dams and reservoirs, beach parties, and nature scenes
by Samuel Reed( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Discharge paper, 24th Michigan Infantry Regiment, and Dearborn Township, Michigan, tax receipt
Jenkins, Kellam, Shockley and Reid Families Papers by Kellam, Shockley and Reid Families Jenkins( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection consist of letters and financial documents belonging to the Jenkins, Kellam, Shockley, and Reid families
by Reed Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers include incoming correspondence, family Bible record, dees, leasese and land agreements documenting middle class family and political life during the second quarter of the nineteenth century
Reed family papers by Reed Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Family papers consisting principally of letters received by Isaac Reed from various associates, friends, and members of his family. Also, letters written by Reed to his children, Mary G. Reed, Charles M. Reed, and Edward A. Reed and to his brother, Gardner K. Reed, of Boston. The letters deal largely with family affairs, day to day life, business ventures, and legal matters
by John Reid( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Personal and business correspondence of Reid and his children; wills, bonds, and indentures; survey maps; genealogical notes; and material relating to the Garrison family, including ms. biography (12 p.) of Nicholas Garrison (1701-1781), of the Moravian Brethren who helped found Bethlehem, Pa
Reed Family Papers by Reed family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection contains the papers and biographic material, 1899-1946, of the Reed family of Floyd County, Virgina and Warren, Ohio. Included are personal letters and photographs, as well as records relating to service of family members in WWI and WWII. The correspondence series consists largely of personal letters written by Asa Daniel Reed to his future wife, Clarence Elizabeth Mangus (later Clarence Elizabeth Reed), during Reed's service in the U.S. Army. Reed's assignments included posts in the Philippines during the U.S. occupation thereof, in Texas along the border with Mexico, and in Germany and France during World War I. Interwar correspondences focus more on Clarence Reed's domestic life in Warren, Ohio. During the World War II period, Asa and Clarence Reed received correspondences from their son, Eugene Mangus Reed, serving in the U.S. Army. The biographic material series includes publications from the late nineteenth century on health remedies, as well as brief histories of the Ohio and Erie Railroads. The series also contains Asa D. Reed's discharge papers from the U.S. Army, the baby book of Eugene Mangus Reed, and a photograph of Clarence Mangus
by Reed Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Constance Reed Haller papers by Constance Reed Haller( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection consists of a variety of papers related to the pioneering families of the McKennys and Reeds of Thurston County Washington. The papers were donated by one of the descendents of the Reed family, Constance Reed Haller. The collection consists of correspondence among Thomas I. McKenny, Ida McKenny, Willie McKenny, Ida McKenny Reed to her daughter, Constance. There is correspondence between Constance Reed Haller and Vilhjalmur Stefansson dated 1913, 1915 and 1927. There are postcards, some miscellaneous photographs, one is a reproduction of a photograph of Washington King. There are some newspaper clippings about Mrs. Constance R. Haller and her friends, as well as a poster dated 1912 of a stage production that Constance participated in. There are miscellaneous manuscripts and published items in the collection. The collection includes a copy of the marriage certificate for Thomas Irving McKenny and his first wife, Cynthia Adelaide King. It includes the original Last Will and Testament of T.I. McKenny
 
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Alternative Names
Read family

Reade family

Reads family

Rede family

Reede family

Reid family

Reide family

Reith family

Rhead family

Ried family

Rieth family

Languages
English (107)

French (1)