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Marsh family

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Works: 359 works in 464 publications in 2 languages and 1,475 library holdings
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Hunterdon County Historical Society collections( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, financial papers, deeds and other legal documents, military records, and other materials. Includes papers of Elmira Stevenson Deats; patent for the plow invented by her husband, Hiram Deats; papers of the Apgar, Besson, Blackwell, Corle, Fulper, Hoagland, Johnson, Lowery, Marsh, Pickel, Sergeant, Snook, Sproul, and Thatcher families; records of Flemington Baptist Church and its predecessor the Baptist Meeting of Amwell in East Amwell Township; and financial records of Raritan Township, N.J
by Winsor family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, deeds, receipts, estate papers, inventories, bills, receipts, and other papers of the Winsors and members of the Baker, Hawkins, and Marsh families, also of Rhode Island, who were probably related to the Winsors. Subjects include the opening of the Johnston public schools, marriages performed by Samuel Winsor (1722-1803), Baptist clergyman, of Johnston; transactions of lands in Smithfield, Johnston, and Glocester; James Ballou's peddling with P.T. Barnum's traveling museum; and Olney Winsor's (1753-1837) advice to his daughter, Susan (1789-1879), at a boarding school in Hartford, Conn
Marsh family papers by Marsh Family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Legal papers, wills, deeds, and other papers of John Marsh, the Otsego County enrolling officer during the Civil War, and also a U.S. Marshall. The Civil War papers include draft notices, bounty payments, and travel pay
by March family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence (chiefly with his wife, Alice Little (Hale) March (1811-1889), Hale family members, and friends), diaries, and miscellaneous papers, of Rev. John C. March (1805-1847), relating to personal and civic affairs, his activities as clergyman of Belleville Congregational Church (Newbury now Newburyport, Mass.), trip to Washington, D.C., and voyage to London, England (1840) on the brig Alice; poetry and essay book written by March as a student at Yale University; correspondence of Alice Little (Hale) March concerning daily events and family affairs; and papers of his father, Capt. John March (ca. 1759-1818), containing correspondence documenting his activities as an agent in Europe (1811-1816), chiefly in Germany and Sweden, ships' papers of brig Vulture, sloops Confidence and Betsey, and schooner Regulus (vessels owned or mastered by March on voyages to the West Indies), and letter book of his wife, Anna March, pertaining to Capt. John March's estate
Marsh family letters by Marsh (Family:( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Approximately thirty-five letters of George H. Marsh (1833-1902) and John Quincy Adams Marsh (1826-1915) from Mankato (Minn.), principally to John L. Pierce, of South Londonderry and, later, Chester (Vt.) [Pierce was married to George and John's sister Ellen]. The letters discuss travel to Minnesota from New England, economic conditions in Mankato, relations with the Native Americans, and land dealings. After 1870, the letters concern primarily land dealings. Also includes a four-page edition of The Mankato Weekly Record (Vol. IV, no. 6, February 21, 1863) depicting the execution of thirty-eight Dakota and containing annotations by J.Q.A. Marsh
N. Norris and Nancy Marsh Halsted Papers by N. Norris Halsted( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, diaries, financial records, commonplace books, poetry, genealogical material, and other papers, relating to the Halsteds' business and civic interests
Marsh/Edwards families papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, photographs, Civil War diary, and other papers of/and or relating to the Marsh and Edwards families, of Dixfield, Me
Warthen/Marsh family papers by Warthen/Marsh family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A collection of family correspondence from Walker and Washington Counties., GA, with additional letters from a merchant's wife in Alabama and CArrolton, GA; a school boy in Kirkwood, GA; school girls at Shorter College in Rome, GA; and businessmen in Atlanta. In addition there are Walker Co., GA, deeds, legal records, and other papers connected with the Warthen, Marsh, Allgood, Sparks, and Wicker families
The method of curing the smallpox by Archibald Pitcairn( Book )

1 edition published in 1730 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

March family papers by March family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Personal papers and correspondence of Newbury, Mass., minister and his wife Alice Little (Hale) March. Collection also contains shipping papers of John March's father, Captain John March
Marsh family collection by Marsh family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Includes two Citizens Bank memos, letter from Enoch Marsh of Mercer County, Ohio to George Pickard of Oxford, April 20, 1882
Marsh scrapbook( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Scrapbook includes newspaper clippings about political officials such as President Theodore Roosevelt, obituaries, and special events. Also includes correspondence written in 1872 by Arthur Marsh and programs for events
Wolcott P. Marsh family papers by Marsh family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Wolcott P. Marsh family papers contain the correspondence of several members of the Marsh family, between 1844 and 1876, with approximately half of the letters written by Wolcott P. Marsh. They document Marsh family news, business, Civil War service, and religious thought
by Marsh family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Deeds, appointments, bonds, and agreements, 1799-1860, concerning Nicholas, Peter, and William Marsh; wills of Nicholas, 1839, and Peter, 1832; and family letters to Adeline, 1862, and Nicholas, 1828-1847
George O. March family papers by March family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A collection of correspondence, photographs and other materials related to the George and Sarah March family of Lebanon, Ohio. Letters are dated 1855-1869 and contain news of family and friends, thoughts on the Civil War and business. Photographs represent miscellaneous unidentified people and include a matted black and white photograph of Mrs. George O. March. Other materials include invitations, broadsides, diplomas and speeches
Hunterdon County Historical Society collections, part 2( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, financial papers, deeds and other legal documents, military records, and other materials. Includes papers of Elmira Stevenson Deats; patent for the plow invented by her husband, Hiram Deats; papers of the Apgar, Besson, Blackwell, Corle, Fulper, Hoagland, Johnson, Lowery, Marsh, Pickel, Sergeant, Snook, Sproul, and Thatcher families; records of Flemington Baptist Church and its predecessor the Baptist Meeting of Amwell in East Amwell Township; and financial records of Raritan Township, N.J
Marsh family papers by Marsh family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, 1844-1846, concerning Marsh's experiences as a student in Ann Arbor and instructor in Tecumseh; student compositions, 1840-1841, of Marsh; correspondence, 1826, of Marvin Allen and Julia Ann Green (the parents of Marsh's wife), exchanged while Allen as a seminary stuent in New York; and other family correspondence
[Native American baskets from the Marsh family papers] by Camron (Family)( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Native American baskets made by groups from various California and Arizona regions, including areas associated with Pima, Papago, Yuman, Klamath River, Maidu and Pomo peoples. Some possibly crafted for the tourist trade
Marsh family by Marsh family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Marsh family papers consist of original and typed transcripts of Civil War letters, the bulk of which were written by Benjamin F. Marsh to his family in Fentonville, Michigan, while serving in the 8th Michigan Infantry. There are also letters from other family members, including A.B. Fay, Ed Francis Holmes, Gordon K. Fay, Lucy A. Bacon, and Augustus Holmes. The letters describe Marsh's army experiences on the march, in camp, in battle, on provost duty, and in army hospitals as both nurse and patient. The letters report on local boys serving with Marsh and ask constantly for news of home. Also included are letters (1872-1887) between Marsh and his wife largely concerned with family matters, and written while he was engaged in various railroad-building and repair projects in the Flint-Detroit area of Michigan. Letters from before the Civil War (1833-1856) era also discuss family matters and daily life. These letters are to update spouses, children, and parents while their family members are out of town for school, business, or other reasons. The collection also includes an issue of an issue of Wolverine, a newspaper written by the 8th Regiment of the Michigan Infantry that provides the history of the 8th Regiment
by Marsh Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters of Rev. George Marsh, 1820-1859, include mainly letters from New York giving news of the family and church activities. Several letters of reference from ministers. Letters from his brother in St. Joseph, Missouri in 1850 discuss his time in California and the general immorality there. He returned to California. Letters from George, Jr. to his brother during his war service, discuss family, his experiences and news of others in the regiment. Letters from Washington, D.C. discuss his life there with his wife Lucy. 1861 diary of John J. discusses the farm and social activities in LaSalle County. Numerous newspaper clippings with family news, Civil War news and reminiscences and GAR news
 
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Genealogy of the family of George Marsh : who came from England in 1635 and settled in Hingham, Mass.
Alternative Names
March family

Marshe family

Mersch family

Mersh family

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English (102)

German (2)