Brick Store Museum
Consists of a typescript of Andrew Walker's diary (1862-1891; he lived from 1851-1891); vintage photographs all relating to the Parsons family (including family homes); glass plate negatives of the family; newspaper clippings about the 1947 fire, floods and shipwrecks in Kennebunk; account ledgers of Col. Joseph Parsons (1803-1825) and William Parsons (1823-1850); copies of five pages of the 1872 Sanford atlas; a plan of Cape Arundel (ca. 1900); and a hand-drawn map of the B&M Railroad after a forest fire. There is also an insurance document for the Ship Phebe from 1785
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, speeches, autobiography, and mss. of Elias Vosseller, merchant, businessman, musician, and secretary of Hunterdon County Historical Society, of Flemington, N.J.; correspondence, financial records, and legal documents of R. Sleeper; genealogical materials and other papers of the Sleeper family, in-laws of Elias Vosseller, of Laurens and Otsego, N.Y.; survey with map (1794); newspaper clippings; pamphlets; and photographs
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Genealogy, drawings, photos, and other materials, relating to the family of Thomas Burgess, founder and early settler of the town of Sandwich, Mass
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Enumeration (required by federal law), or abstract, taken from the 10th U.S. census, 1880, containing data (compiled by each town) pertaining to 55,211 residents of Monmouth County. Information pertaining to each individual includes name, race, gender, and age at last birthday. Enumerations were posted for two days by the County Clerk, allowing public review and subsequent correction
Maine Historical Society
Manuscript genealogy of a family of Portland, Me., and elsewhere in New England, with a later typescript letter by Gilbert Merrill Titcomb regarding Titcomb and Tukey family genealogies
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Scrapbook, theater and concert programs, certificates (1917-1919) honoring Watson's efforts during World War I, and clippings, relating to her career and social, cultural, academic, and religious affairs in Falmouth; letters from relatives containing genealogical data on several Falmouth families; and letters from Lucian Hunt (d. 1913), principal of Lawrence Academy and catalog (1845) of the academy
Maine Historical Society
Genealogy of the Brown family, whose ancestors came on the Mayflower in 1620
Smith Library of Regional History
Includes lists of burials and maps showing location, photographs, deeds, printed items, and material relating to Doty Settlement Cemetery
Litchfield Historical Society
Papers documenting several generations of two families, principally Eaton Jones (1729-1791), Eaton Jones (1762-1838), Charles Jones (1797-1891), George Eaton Jones (1849-1927), Maria M. Jones (1851-1930), and Eaton Jones (1897-1971). George Eaton Jones married Mary Braman (1864-1927), a granddaughter of Payne Kenyon Kilbourne (1815-1859). In addition, there are third-party papers relating to the American Revolution (lists of arms issued and other documents) and 19th century Litchfield in the late 1700s. Collection includes correspondence, financial papers, deeds, genealogical materials, photographs, mss., lists, and autographs and letters of noted individuals. Papers of Eaton Jones (1729-1791), include deeds documenting his land transactions; papers of his son Eaton Jones (1761-1838), include estate papers, receipts, and pledge made with Charles Buell in 1821 regarding Jack Jacklin, an African American. Eaton's son Charles Jones (1797-1891), was a farmer who married Maria Buell ... Read More
Maine Historical Society
Business records for the company as well as personal records of the Cook and Burbeck families -- Includes photographs, business records, obituaries, employee retirements and deaths, banquet programs and menus, blank inventory sheets, wills, sealed Revolutionary War archives, genealogies, correspondence, and application of the Daughters of the American Revolution