University of Oregon
John Whiteaker (1820-1902), a Democrat, was Oregon's first state governor from 1859-1862. The collection consists of personal papers and photostats of Whiteaker's journals and scrapbooks.
New Jersey Historical Society
Letters written by Whittaker to his family in Jersey City, N.J., during his service as an engineer on the U.S. steamers Brooklyn, Kearsarge, Octorara, Lackawanna, and Tuscarora, particularly on tours of duty in the Gulf of Mexico off the Confederate coast during the Civil War
Stephen F. Austin State University, East Texas Research Center
Deeds, survey plats, indentures, field notes, land grants, receipts, correspondence, and estate papers. Includes some genealogical material relating to the Whitaker and Fitts families
Ohio Genealogical Society
Papers, collected by Morris, 1975-1982, relating Jacob Link (ca. 1739-1780), Revolutionary War veteran who was a Frontier Ranger in soutwest Pennsylvania who was killed Aug. 1780 near Wheeling, W. Va.; estate materials of Jacob Link (d. 1843) in Seneca County, Ohio; marriage certificates, wills, Revolutionary, War of 1812, and Civil War military records; bills of sale; DAR membership records; correspondence with Ohio Genealogical Society; DAR membership records; and private correspondence of Jane Morris with members of the Link, Sterton, Davis, Gallavan, Whittaker, and Decker families
Stephen F. Austin State University,-- East Texas Research Center
Deeds, survey plats, indentures, field notes, land grants, receipts, correspondence, and estate papers. Includes some genealogical material relating to the Whitaker and Fitts families
University of Oregon
The collection consists of personal papers and photostats of John Whiteaker's journals and scrapbooks. The photostat journals include autobiographical notes and remarks on the political history of Oregon, 1862-1878, governor's appointment book, 1859-1862, and scrapbook of political clippings. Loose papers include a letter of recommendation, 1885, written by Oregon Supreme Court justice W.W. Thayer and a transcription of a personal family history written by Whiteaker. There is also a handwritten draft of a piece on House Bill 351, concerning proposed Native American reservations
Library of Virginia
This accession consists of an 1880 letter from H. Wynne to E.S. Whitaker concerning the Whitaker family; a detailed listing of the heirs of William Whitaker (d.1795) and his brother Richard Harwood Whitaker; a genealogical listing of the heirs of Edmund Wynne (1744-1793); copies of newspaper clippings; several genealogies of the Cary, Wynne, and Whitaker families; several charts of the Wills family. There is also information on land holdings of these families and on Grafton Church. The families principally resided in Warwick and York Counties, Virginia. This collection partially duplicates Acc. 24596c
Library of Virginia
Other surnames mentioned: Abbitt, Bagby, Barnes, Bransford, Brown, Gregory, Hankins, Hatcher, Hobson, Hutcheson, Old, Pearson, Penick, Rose, Toyne, Watkins, Whitaker, Wilson, and Young
New York State Historical Documents
Whitaker family scrapbook, compiled by Mary H. Wells in 1942, contains record of Whitaker burials in Southold; photographs of Whitaker family members and their spouses, homes, and parsonages; love notes, essays, clippings, invitations, obituaries, family correspondence, sympathy notes and thank-you notes, family accounts, reminiscences, biographical sketches, graduation certificates and licenses of William Force Whitaker, sermons, and correspondence of the Whitaker Memorial Fund
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Scattered correspondence, financial records, and other materials. Most slave-related items appear to be from Mississippi. Correspondence includes letters from relatives in Leon County, Fla., Webster County, Ky., and Person County, N.C., concerning agricultural, family, and financial matters. Civil War materials include a Confederate soldier's letter describing the Battle of Fredericksburg, 1862; typed transcriptions of Confederate army military correspondence regarding an engagement at Staunton River Bridge, Va., on 25 June 1864

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