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James family

Overview
Works: 572 works in 761 publications in 2 languages and 16,495 library holdings
Genres: Biography  Diaries  History  Genealogy  Records and correspondence  Sermons  Sources  Church history  Claims 
Roles: Author
Classifications: CT275.J28, 929.2
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The diary of Alice James by Alice James( Book )

1 edition published in 1965 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Contains a portrait of Alice James and her diary from 1889 to 1892
by John H James( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, letterpress books, case files, abstracts of title, land patents, deeds, maps and plats, bills and receipts, notebooks, photographs, and bills, periodicals, and other printed materials, relating primarily to James's career as a partner in Simpson and James, a San Antonio law firm involved in the acquisition and management of property, debt collection, and estate management, whose clients included many prominent San Antonians and businesses, and to his activities as a judge on the Texas Court of Civil Appeals. Also includes papers relating to the San Antonio law firm of Devine and Simpson and to James's father, John James (1819-1877), surveyor and land speculator, and business and financial papers relating to members of the James and Williams families
by James family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Family correspondence, including that of Asa James (b. 1821), his nephews, Charles Fenton James (1844-1902) and William Hughes James (1852-1876), and his niece, Emily Ann James (1846-1942), relating to Missouri politics and agriculture, Confederate Army life, family genealogy, and a scientific expedition (1875-1876) to New Guinea undertaken by William H. James, his murder by natives, and the subsequent disposition of his effects; financial and legal papers of Elias James (1745-1789), including copy of Loudoun County, Va., estate inventory; Civil War reminiscences; record book relating to estate of Robert James (1816-1861); journal of collections made by William H. James in New Guinea; history (1880) of Buchanan Baptist Church in Botetourt County, Va.; genealogical materials relating to the Chamblin, James, Nichols, Russell, Simpson, and Toler families; pamphlets; clippings; photos; and other papers
James Family papers by James Family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Collection consists of correspondence (1946-1953) between Robert R. James and C.A. Snow and Company concerning patent applications; property tax receipts (1914-1919); an abstract of title (1947); a contract (1923); and miscellany
by James family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, genealogical material, estate papers, receipts, clippings, and other papers, of David Allen James, Cincinnati, Ohio, businessman, and his family, including material relating to steamboat and shipping business of his brother-in-law, William W. Bakewell, of Louisville, Ky.; correspondence of his wife, Elizabeth Bakewell James, son, Frank B. James, sister-in-law, Lucy Green Bakewell Audubon, and other Bakewell family members in Kentucky and Pennsylvania; and genealogical material (1862-1897) for the Hough and Hollingsworth families
by James family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Account book (1874-1889) recording household expenses, farm income, and cost of hired help, including financial records of Addison County Agricultural Society and Merino sheep pedigrees; accounts (1 v., 1861-1901) kept by Philo Jewett including correspondence, estate papers, receipts, and advertisements; and diaries of John Angell James (b. 1853) relating to life as a farm boy and later activities as farmer and phosphatic fertilizer dealer, and of his wife, Orpha (Jewett) James, reflecting life before her marriage. Other family members represented include Curtis W. James
Little Mount Baptist Church : 1854-1982( Book )

1 edition published in 1982 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A collection of photocopied newspaper clippings, records, documents and pictures with essays
Papers by James Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Course notes, essay and notice of debate sponsored by the Eclectic Literary Society at Storrs Agricultural College kept by Willard James; Windham High School report cards for Florence James
Archer and Belle James papers by James family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection consists of correspondence of Archer and Belle James from 1941-1954. The correspondence includes letters between Archer and Belle from 1941-1945, when Belle was living in Birmingham, Alabama and Archer was in Buffalo, New York. Archer and Belle write about their love for each other, financial concerns, deaths in the family, their children, home improvements, and popular entertainment such as radio programs. Also included are many letters from Belle's Uncle Daniel Eatman of Thomaston, Alabama in 1953 that primarily discuss financial concerns. Other interesting letters are from Belle's cousin, Lillian Price and her son Max concerning Max moving to Buffalo to live with the James family the summer following his high school graduation. The letters reflect the daily lives of a mid-twentieth century middle class African-American family
by James family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The James family : including selections from the writings of Henry James, Senior, William, Henry & Alice James by F. O Matthiessen( Book )

1 edition published in 1948 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

George James by George Pugh James( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Records consisting of letters of applications for jobs, together with replies for G.P. James, a baptismal and vaccination certificate for his daughter Bertha
Glines-James family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

In addition to letters about health, travel, business, and general family matters, the collection includes miscellaneous farm account books, memorabilia, genealogies, high quality local ephemera, a photocopied scrapbook about local residents who served in World War I, and Isaac Glines' historical writings about the early days of Shullsburg from the "Southwestern Local" (some of which are available on microfilm). Much of the 19th century family correspondence has been transcribed by the donor. Marvin, Ware, and Rogers family connections are also represented in the collection. A few photographs received with the collection represent Shullsburg about 1920
Papers by James family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence and other writings of John Hough James (1800-1881), lawyer, banker, and railroad entrepreneur, of Urbana, Ohio; John Henry James (1834-1898), lawyer, inventor, businessman, and Democratic politician, of Urbana and Sandusky, Ohio; and John Henry James (1866-1950), lawyer and businessman, of Urbana and Sandusky. Contact repository for more information
James family : by James family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Included are papers of the allied Hough family; business concerns of his brother-in-law, William W. Bakewell of Louisville; and correspondence of his sister-in-law Lucy Bakewell Audubon. Subjects include family property and problems, health, travel, the Civil War, and agriculture
Elisha James family letters by Elisha James( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence between Deacon Elisha James of Scituate, Mass., 20 Apr.-19 Oct. 1777, his wife Sarah Foster James, and his brothers William (Bill) and Thomas James. Letters pertain to Elisha's service during the Revolutionary War as a wheelwright in Captain (probably Joseph) Eaton's Company, under General Horatio Gates at Ticonderoga and Saratoga. Family matters include descriptions of his son Stanton, the birth of his daughter Sally, the death of his mother-in-law Mrs. Foster, Thomas' battle with the slow fever and his difficulties running Elisha's farm in Scituate; and Bill's life as a Tory and sugar trader and his plans to emigrate to the West Indies to avoid being drafted a third time. Also includes photocopies, a typescript description of the letters by William Abbott, Jr., and an unverified transcription by Mary F. Parmenter and Helen James Parmenter
James family papers and sermons by William James( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Family correspondence and sermons documenting the family and career of William James as a Presbyterian minister in New York State. The collection includes correspondence among James' brothers and sisters concerning the amputation of the leg of his half-brother Henry James (1811-1882); also, correspondence from Catherine Barber James Prince to Elizabeth Tillman James Seelye concerning mental health and its cures. Other correspondents include Marcia Ames James, Anna Hawley Seelye Emerson, Marcia Lucretia Ames James and William Henry Prince
Papers of the James, Dillard, and Bramlett families( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Consisting of approximately 1,251 manuscripts and 8 volumes, chiefly deeds and mortgages, tax returns and receipts, bank statements and canceled checks, promissory notes, and some business correspondence of Joseph F. Bramlett, Thomas A. James, Clarence Frank James, Nannie Bramlett James, and Ben Perry Dillard of Greenville County, S.C
James family letters and family trees by James family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Four letters relating to Hinton James, the first student to enroll at the University of North Carolina; his sister Elizabeth James Pearsall; and her husband John Pearsall (d. 1828). Included is a letter, 6 June 1828 from Patrick Barry in Salisbury, N.C., to Hinton James in Wilmington, N.C., about John Pearsall's ill health; a letter, 12 June 1828, from John Pearsall in Salisbury, N.C., to Elizabeth James Pearsall in Washington, New Hanover County, N.C., about his ill health; a letter, 27 July 1828, from Elizabeth James Pearsall to "Gentlemen," reacting to the news of John Pearsall's death, and an undated letter from Elizabeth James Pearsall to John Pearsall in Covington, Tipton County, Tenn., about general family matters. Also included are two family trees relating to the James family
 
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Alternative Names
Jams family

Jeames family

Jemes family

Languages
English (150)

Italian (1)

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Can anything beat white? : a Black family's lettersThe James family : including selections from the writings of Henry James, Senior, William, Henry & Alice JamesThe Jameses : a family narrativeAlice James : a biographyAlice in Jamesland : the story of Alice Howe Gibbens JamesThe death and letters of Alice James : selected correspondenceHouse of wits : an intimate portrait of the James familyThe father : a life of Henry James, Sr.