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Greene, Gardiner 1753-1832

Overview
Works: 20 works in 24 publications in 1 language and 55 library holdings
Genres: History  Personal narratives  Statutes and codes 
Classifications: KFC3630, 345.12
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Most widely held works by Gardiner Greene
by Benjamin Greene( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This microfilm contains reproductions of two daybooks compiled by Benjamin Greene. The first volume dates 1755-1763, and the second volume, dating 1763-1799, includes the estate records of the Greene family. Entries record business conducted in overseas trade and with other Boston area merchants. Accounts after 1767 include records of Greene's firm, Benjamin Greene and Son
Hubbard-Greene papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Personal papers of the inter-related Hubbard and Greene families of Boston, and Essequibo, Guyana. Contains correspondence between Gardiner Greene (a Boston merchant) and his brother-in-law John Hubbard, 1787-1831, his father-in-law Daniel Hubbard, 1789-1793, his mother-in-law Mary Hubbard, 1791-1807, and his friend, Harrison Gray Otis, 1791; from Jane P. Hubbard (the second wife of John Hubbard), to her cousin, Sarah Black, 1816-1821; from Anna Maria Parkinson, the mother of Jane Hubbard, to her own mother Jane Rice, her sister Mary Black, and her cousin, Sally Black, 1794-1802; and correspondence received by Adelaide McCulloh, later Hubbard, 1845. Correspondence recounts business transactions between the family plantation in Guyana and Boston regarding ownership and trading of slaves, crops such as coffee and sugar, and contains inquiries about family members. Also includes family documents such as wills, a deed for land sold by Nathaniel Greene (1784), and an appraisal of property owned by John Hubbard (1804)
Account books by Benjamin Greene( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Wastebooks and ledgers kept by Boston merchant Benjamin Greene. Accounts after 1767 include records of his firm, Benjamin Greene and Son. The bulk of the entries are cash accounts related to various business enterprises including overseas trade. Accounts record business conducted with other prominent Boston merchants and contain some accounts of family estates and expenditures. Other family members represented in the accounts include Benjamin Greene, Jr. (1738-1807) and Gardiner Greene
William Parkinson Greene and Gardiner Greene papers by William Parkinson Greene( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection consists of correspondence, land patents, tax receipts, quit claims, contracts of sale, and other papers relating to lands in Ottawa and Williams counties in Ohio, and Monroe, Kalamazoo and Hillsdale counties in Michigan
Papers by Copley family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence of the family of painter John Singleton Copley. Most of the letters were written to Elizabeth Copley Greene of Boston, Copley's daughter, by her mother, Susanna Farnum Copley, and her sister, Mary Copley, both of whom lived in England with the painter. There are a few letters from J.S. Copley to Gardiner Greene, his son-in-law, and from John Singleton Copley Jr. The letters contain occasional references to Copley's portraits and other paintings and to his financial difficulties. Comments on English social life and the effects of the Napoleonic Wars are frequent. After the death of J.S. Copley Sr. the letters pertain mostly to family matters, with some reference to British political affairs, particularly the affairs of J.S. Copley Jr., who became Baron Lyndhurst and Lord Chancellor
Letters by Isaac Winslow Clarke( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Three letters from Isaac Winslow Clarke to his niece's husband, Boston merchant Gardiner Greene. Clarke, a merchant and Loyalist who fled Boston for Quebec in 1775, wrote about family matters and his interest in hemp cultivation
 
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Alternative Names
Gardiner Greene Amerikaans ondernemer (1753-1832)

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Languages
English (24)