Holmes, Abiel, 1763-1837.New England Historic Genealogical Society1 v. (124 p.) ;Daily record of temperatures and weather conditions at Midway, Georgia (1787-1791) and Cambridge, Mass. (1792-1794) compiled by a clergyman. Contains occasional remarks about Holmes' activities and local events ("general innoculation for smallpox in Boston", etc.). Includes a pencil sketch of a "water spout taken from Mrs. Waights draught ... seen in S. Carolina July 12th 1784."Contact InformationCatalog Record
New England Historic Genealogical Society p. ;Original bible record (without title page) for the family of Noah Brooks Kent and wives Elizabeth Dunham and Mary Ann Pettingill. Includes entries for the allied Briggs family.Contact InformationCatalog Record
New England Historic Genealogical Society p. ;Original bible record (including title page) with entries for the families of John and Sarah Ann (Simes) Lowe of Portsmouth and Exeter, NH.Contact InformationCatalog Record
New England Historic Genealogical Society p. ;Original bible record (without title page) with entries for the family of John A. and Charlotte (Simpson) Magee of Boston and Cambridgeport, MA.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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