WorldCat Identities

Lynn family

Overview
Works: 329 works in 398 publications in 1 language and 1,731 library holdings
Genres: History  Sources  Personal narratives  Dictionaries  Diaries 
Roles: Author
Publication Timeline
.
Most widely held works about Lynn family
 
moreShow More Titles
fewerShow Fewer Titles
Most widely held works by Lynn family
Ruby Winslow Linn papers by Ruby Zillah Winslow Linn( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of Lieutenant-Colonel Ruby (Winslow) Linn, U.S. Army dietician, including correspondence and other family papers; materials pertaining to her education at Simmons College (Boston, Mass., 1928-32), Walter Reed Hospital (Washington, D.C., 1932-33), Columbia University (New York, N.Y., 1950-51), and other institutions; along with official U.S. Army records of her service and unofficial Army papers and other materials documenting her career (1932-64) as a dietician and food service specialist in the Army Medical Specialist Corps (AMSC) at various U.S. Army hospitals. There are genealogical records for the Linn, Macomber, Winslow and related families; local history materials for Myricks and Berkley, Mass; along with files on the National Sojourners and Daughters of the American Revolution. Also, bound volumes including diaries, scrapbooks, birthday record books, and address books of Ruby Linn, 1911-84; diaries, scrapbooks, and birthday record books kept by her mother Lena (Macomber) Winslow, 1902-69; and diaries kept by her grandmother Mary (Pierce) Macomber, 1901-33
Oliver family papers by Oliver family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Oliver family papers include correspondence, letterbooks, notebooks, diaries, deeds, manuscript maps, and genealogical information. Includes papers of Andrew Oliver (1706-1774), lt. governor of Massachusetts, 1771-73, stamp tax collector, and loyalist consisting of almanacs, diaries, correspondence, and notebooks; correspondence of Chief Justice of the Superior Court and member of the Mass. House, Peter Oliver (1713-1791); Rev. Thomas Fitch's sermons, 1761-91; Dr. Benjamin Lynde Oliver's medical notes, medical dictionary, remarks on telescopes and pianos, notes on experiments with electricity, and family correspondence; judge and scientist Andrew Oliver, Jr's (1731-1799) historical notes, commonplace books, books of aphorisms, and medical and scientific notes; Professor of Medicine at Dartmouth College Dr. Daniel Oliver's medical notebooks, lectures, historical notes, and family correspondence; Dr. Fitch Edward Oliver's correspondence, medical notes and lecture notes, European trip diary, 1843-44, medical lecture admission cards, and correspondence; Rev. Andrew Oliver's diaries, 1859-1897, and letters to his mother Mary Robinson Oliver and sister Isabella Louisa Oliver; diaries of Mary Mason Oliver, 1888; account book for the estate of Amos Lawrence; manuscript copy of a diary of William Pynchon, 1776-77; and diaries of Andrew Oliver (1906-1981), 1935-36, 1953, 1956-57. Other family members represented include Charles E. Oliver and Andrew Oliver (b. 1869). Correspondents include William Pynchon, Sarah Pynchon, P.O. Hutchinson, Amos Lawrence, and Thomas Hutchinson
Lynes Family papers by Lynes Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of the Lynes family of Cooperstown include Civil War letters of William Henry Lynes to his mother Hannah Green Lynes, from New Bern, North Carolina, 1864; other family letters and papers of Anthony Lynes; and two themes written at Hartwick Seminary, c.1850
Lynde Family Papers by Lynde family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Salem, MA family. Collection includes: wills, inventories, family tree, and other documents of Lynde family members. Includes indenture of Mary Lynde to Benjamin Lynde Oliver
by Wheeler family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This genealogy includes notes on Dorothy Lynde (1746-1837), who married Dr. Elijah Dix ( -1809), the grandparents of Dorothea Lynde Dix (1802-1887)
Papers by Lynde family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Description: Consists of correspondence from William Pitt Lynde to his wife Mary E. Lynde, newspaper clippings, pencil sketches, some personal business records, and a mortgage and deed. Lynde was a Milwaukee attorney, and a founding member of an early Milwaukee law partnership known as Finch & Lynde. Lynde would also serve as Territorial Attorney General, U.S. District Attorney, U.S. Congressman, Mayor of Milwaukee, and as a member of both the State Senate and Assembly
Linscott papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Documents and notes on the history of Malden and Melrose, Mass., presumably gathered by Artemas Barrett for the writing of a local history. The papers contain documents related to a boundary question between Malden and Stoneham, Mass.; deeds to land in Malden; papers relating to the incorporation of the town of Melrose; and accounts of town meetings in Malden and Melrose. Also included is genealogical information on the Barrett, Lynde, and Sprague families; a schoolbook and other papers of Phineas Sprague; a daily journal of Jonathan Green, a farmer of Malden; and a history of the schools in Malden, probably written by Barrett
Chest by Lind family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Cherry high chest. Upper case with broken scroll pediment terminating in carved rosettes, three urn-and-flame finials on block plinths, outer plinths fluted, foliate carving on a textured ground in the tympanum, turned and fluted quarter columns with beaded capitals and leaf-carved lambs tongues at the front corners, two small drawers flanking a larger drawer with a carved shell flanked by foliate scrolls, four graduated drawers, and cove molding at the bottom. Lower case with cove molding at the top, turned and fluted quarter columns with beaded capitals and leaf-carved lambs tongues at the front corners, a long drawer, two small drawers flanking a larger drawer with a carved shell flanked by foliate scrolls, shaped skirt with carved foliate decoration, and cabriole legs with carved shell knees and claw-and-ball feet. Urn plates with bail handles on all the drawers but the carved ones, and urn plate escutcheons on all the long drawers. Detail of lower panel and of inscription
Linn, Edward Daniel, and John Joseph Family Papers by Linn Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of Edward Daniel Linn and his father John Joseph Linn. John ("Juan") Linn was the alcalde of Victoria prior to the Texas Revolution. Edward Linn, a prominent citizen of Victoria, was the editor and publisher of the Victoria Advocate in the 1870s and 1880s, a director of the New York Texas, and Mexican Railroad, four-term member of the U.S. Congress and three term senator in the Texas Legislature
by Lynde family( )

in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The collection consists of twenty-two items, mainly legal and business documents of Joseph Lynde, Sr., and Jr., both of whom were merchants. Included in the collection are several land deeds, wills, promissory notes, bills, inventories, bonds, an arrest warrant, the marriage settlement of Joseph Lynde, Sr., and Mary Winthrop, and a power of attorney. There is also a letter from Jonathan Green ( - ) to Jonathan Lynde ( - ) in Worcester (dated 11 November 1755), describing the scene in Probate Court when the will of Lynde's mother was entered by Green and contested by Lynde's brother Jacob ( - ). The collection also contains a deposition with a comment by Justice Samuel Sewall concerning a family dispute over Joseph Lemmon's will, and a letter by Joseph Lynde, Jr., to the U.S. Congress in 1782 requesting that he be granted an allowance for the destruction of his land in Charlestown in 1775 through the digging of trenches by the American Army
Papers by Joseph Oriel Eaton( )

in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Letters to Joseph Easton, Coshocton, Ohio including Civil War letters from brothers James (80th O.V.I.) and Daniel (51st O.V.I.) in Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi, re. camp life, troop movements, lack of medical care, the election of 1864 and the length of the war. Other letters cover land sales in Union County with Theophilus Phillips, family news from Linden and Cornelius families, plus Joseph Easton's naturalization paper (Sept. 28, 1857) and poem from his children upon his 90th birthday (Nov. 27, 1925.)
 
moreShow More Titles
fewerShow Fewer Titles
Audience Level
0
Audience Level
1
  Kids General Special  
Audience level: 0.62 (from 0.38 for Jessie Ell ... to 1.00 for Papers ...)

Alternative Names
Lind family

Linde family

Linden family

Linder family

Lindh family

Linds family

Linn family

Lins family

Lyn family

Lynd family

Lynde family

Lyndes family

Lynds family

Lyne family

Lynes family

Lynne family

Languages
English (81)