Minnesota State University
This collection consists of a booklet written by Arnold Meyer of Mankato, Minnesota. The booklet contains genealogical information about the Uhlhorn family, including many photographs, a portion of F.W. Uhlhorn's military record, and copies of official documents such as birth and wedding certificates
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Parish registers chiefly from St. Stephen's Church, Fort Yukon, Alaska
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Parish registers chiefly from St. Stephen's Church, Fort Yukon, Alaska
New Jersey Historical Society
Papers include correspondence, medical lecture notes, and genealogical research. Personal and professional correspondence describes Dr. Vann's medical residency in Edinburgh, Scotland (1934), his experiences as an Army Medical Corps officer in Europe during World War II, and his activities and contributions to the medical community, to health and public policy, and to alumni, civic and social activist organizations. Also, his medical writings, reports from Englewood Hospital, photographs, and published newsletters
New Jersey Historical Society
Bulk of papers document Dr. Hunt's service as an army surgeon during the Civil War in Virginia, Arkansas, Louisiana, Alabama, and Texas. Correspondence concerns his medical work and army life, including troop movements, encampment plans, supplies and food. An active abolitionist and Republican, Dr. Hunt records opinions on army policies and politics. Papers also include military and hospital records, and receipts and invoices from the Medical Surveyors Offices. Also, copy letters, 1835-1838, from Horace Hunt (1788-1868), in his role as recording secretary of the New York Bible Society
New Jersey Historical Society
Collection consists of Pennsylvania and New Jersey legal documents and correspondence. Bulk includes Warren County Court and New Jersey Supreme Court records, such as cases, subpoenas, and summaries of decisions (1820s-1860s). Also, papers of Warren County residents, including deeds, court records, wills, and receipts. Of note is an account book (1857-1863) from a saw mill and letters (1824-1888) addressed to Samuel Holstein, a Mercer County (Pa.) lawyer
New Jersey Historical Society
Ledgers, 1901-1946, indexed alphabetically, provide the following vital statistics and mortality data: name, place of death, age, color, occupation, marital status, birthplace, last place of residence, length of residence in state, spouses' name, father and mother's names and countries of birth, physician's name and cause of death. Ledgers also include details of funerals: type of coffin, cemetery, burial plot, date of funeral, clergyman, telegrams or notices, transportation and expenses
New Jersey Historical Society
The collection documents the affairs and genealogy of this extended family, and provides information on the history of upstate New York, including field notes (by Seth Pease and Mr. Stoddard) surveying land west of the Genesee River (1772-1843)
Connecticut State Library
This series consists of petitions from administrators or executors of estates requesting permission to sell land to meet the debts of the estates, and the Assembly acts and resolves. The arrangement is alphabetical by name of deceased person
University of Tennessee at Martin - Paul Meek Library
The Macedonia Primitive Baptist Church records, Martin, Tennessee, Weakley County are composed of three volumes for the years 1824-1969. The earliest records 1824-1892 are for the Mud Creek and Macedonia Primitive Baptist Churches. The second volume 1892-1922 contains the records of the Macedonia Primitive Baptist Church at Ralston, Tenn. The last volume 1922-1969 contains the records of the Macedonia Church which was a combination of the Mud Creek, Ralston, and Martin Churches. The early records of the Martin Church are not included in these records. The Covenant, the Rules of Decorum, lists of members, minutes of the church meetings which were held once each week make up the contents of these volumes