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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Almira A. Bissell notebook


 Collection — Box Box 21A
Identifier: 00-2011-73-0
Scope and Contents The Almira A. Bissell notebook (2011-73-0) is an undated paperbound notebook. The notebook, kept by Almira A. Bissell (Mrs. Francis Bissell), has "Composition Book" printed on the front cover. The volume contains an alphabetical list of Revolutionary soldiers who enlisted from the town of Litchfield. Mrs. Bissell also includes brief war records, and genealogy when possible. Some notes are inserted on loose paper into the notebook. Almira A. Piper Bissell was the wife of Francis Bissell of...
Dates: Created: n.d.; Other: Date acquired: 04/06/2011

Camp Family


Identifier: 00-2015-74-0
Content Description

Camp Family (2015-74-0), 2 folders Folder 1: Camp Ancestry letters, photographs of homes, and Memorial Tribute to Thomas James Camp. Folder 2: Portraits - Individual photos as well as a group photo showing two generations of the Camp family, includes an identification list.

Dates: Circa 1900 - 1973

Corydon L. Ford notebook


Identifier: 00-2011-33-0
Scope and Contents The Corydon L. Ford notebook (2011-33-0) contains genealogical information about the Ford/ Foord family. Dr. Corydon L. Ford began collecting the information in 1853. Along with the vast amounts of handwritten genealogy are some later newspaper clippings, as well as sketches of the the gravestones of William Foord and his wife Sarah dingley Foord at Marshfield, Massachusetts and Joseph Ford and his wife Lois Stetson Ford at Center Pembroke, Massachusetts. Included at the end of the notebook...
Dates: Created: 1853; Other: Date acquired: 05/05/2011

Underwood Papers


 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 00-2011-03-0
Scope and Contents The Underwood Papers (2011-03-0) consist of a packing list of Mrs. Frank Livingston Underwood and her and her husband's genealogy. The packing list is a detailed list of barrels and crates packed with home furnishings, dining services, draperies, etc. The genealogy traces the Underwood family back to Charlemagne. Frank Livingston Underwood (1842-1918), a New York copper magnate, and his wife Theodosia Irene Hawley Underwood live at 149 East 40th Street in Manhattan and in 1895 built a...
Dates: Created: circa 1900; Other: Date acquired: 03/01/2012