Correspondence written by Basil F. Cronin to his mother Mary E. Cronin and to his aunt, Annie Daley, both living in Hingham, Mass. The letters were written while Basil served as a corporal with Company D 301st Engineers, American Expeditionary Force in France during World War I.
Photocopy of original record with title page concerning the Squire(s) family of Indiana and Ohio. Donor provided a typescript transcription of the original record and a six generation pedigree chart showing the donor's descent from Isaac Squire (b. 1810).
Typescript genealogy of Asa Bacon of Wrentham, Mass., and Washington, Vt., and his descendants. Includes introductory notes on the Bacon family in England and America. Numerous handwritten annotations and corrections, and one manuscript page of additional records. This material closely parallels the published genealogy of 1915.
Scrapbook with clippings of the "Naval Records" section of a Boston newspaper. Includes some of the illustrations from the paper concerning satirical cartoons, battles, ships, etc. The reports cover a wide range of topics from Congressional resolutions, to reports of new ships being built and launched, the movement of ships at sea, obituaries, historical notes (such as an account of the first iron plated ship), accounts of battles, appointments, resignations, dismissals, etc. There is a map of Beufort Harbor, S.C. and Santa Rosa Island with Ft. Pickens. There were several CDV photographs throughout the scrapbook, however, all except one were removed.
Original record, without title page information, concerning the family of Joseph and Susannah Barter. Includes families of Jedediah and Elizabeth (Barter) Thayer; Jacob and Betsey (Thayer) Sanderson; Zipheon and Susanna (Bond) Thayer; Joseph and Abigail Thayer.
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