New England Historic Genealogical Society1 DS ;Original certificate, partially printed and completed by hand, which records Private Pierce's discharge from service in the Light Artillery Delaware Company. Contains a physical description of Pierce, place of birth (Christiana Hundred, Del.), and his occupation. At the head of the document is a newspaper clipping of the obituary for Pierce.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Wellman, Joshua W. (Joshua Wyman), 1821-1915.New England Historic Genealogical Society7.83 linear ft.Collection of the genealogical writings, notes and correspondence amassed by the Rev. Joshua Wyman Wellman during the creation of the Wellman genealogy. Includes original deeds, wills, vital records, accounts, receipts, town and church records, diaries, military records, photographs and copper printing plates. Writings detail religious views, controversies in Sutton, Mass., and Cornish, N.H. Personl records reflect the barter economy of Massachusetts and New Hampshire and contain many societal records of Cornish, N.H.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Guscetti, Matthew, b. ca. 1864.New England Historic Genealogical Society ALS ;Letter addressed to "uncle" discussed the family of Ferdinand Guscetti, brother to the addressee.Contact InformationCatalog Record
New England Historic Genealogical Society14 ALS ;Collections contains a 1854 letter from Andrew O'Kane to Catherine (O'Kane) Fitzgerald (the second wife of James Fitzgerald Sr.); a 1855 letter from the children of Andrew O'Kane to Catherine (O'Kane) Fitzgerald; five letters written by Thomas Fitzgerald (a son of James Sr.) while serving as a Union soldier in Company A 16th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers; and seven letters written to or from James Fitzgerald Jr., a U.S. Marine. Four of the letters by Thomas Fitzgerald were written to his family in Cambridge, MA while his regiment was at Camp Hamilton, Fort Monroe, VA, and one letter was written to his brother James Jr. The letters by Thomas concern his health, activities, and detail camp life including brief description of the punishment for an unidentified soldier caught sleeping on picket duty. The two letters written by James Fitzgerald Jr. to his father were written from the Gosport Navy Yard in Portsmouth, NH and while on the USS Constellation at Naples, Italy. There are ... MoreContact InformationCatalog Record
Sedgwick, Robert, 1613-1656.New England Historic Genealogical Society1 v. (100 p.) ;Cover has "Ledger an(o) 1671" below which is "Robt Sedgwick??? 1642" with a line through it below which is "Eben(r) Learned's book July 1770" [Ebenezer Learned lived in Medford, Mass. circa 1782]. Entries concern the provisions, crew and cargo of the ships Unicorn of London and the Sarah of Boston. There are many entries circa 1672 concerning the sale of medical supplies obtained from Spencer Piggott of London, apothecary.Contact InformationCatalog Record
New England Historic Genealogical Society18,  p. ;Handwritten record of the money distributed to the officers and crew. Entries are arranged by rank and include the men's names, signatures (only some of the men signed), witness and amount. Includes 13 p. transcription of the original document.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Bryant, Walter, 1710-1807.New England Historic Genealogical Society p. ;Account of a march to Lake Winnepesaukee by a company of New Hampshire soldiers raised to participate in invasion of Canada during King George's War, 1747.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Ludwick, Frank M.New England Historic Genealogical Society12 LS ;Ten handwritten or typescript letters with envelopes (1918 August 2, August 22, September 1, September 24, October 9, November 3, December 7, December 29; 1919 January 14, January 21) and two postcards (1918 July 16, 1918 undated) addressed to Miss Bernice Ford, or to her mother, Mrs. F.S. Ford, or to Mrs. E.V. Ford. Ludwick served in France during World War I, and his censored communications discuss his travels, daily living conditions in the army, some activities, and personal matters.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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