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Ellsworth family

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Works: 86 works in 102 publications in 1 language and 316 library holdings
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by Ellsworth (Family : ( )
in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Reminiscences, inventory, books, photos, memorabilia, and other papers, of Henry E. Ellsworth, his son, John E. Ellsworth, John Stoughton Ellsworth, and other members of the Ellsworth and Toy families. Includes house book of the family home and blueprint map and crop rotation notes of the family farm
Stoughton and Ellsworth family papers by Lemuel Stoughton ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
A collection of family papers gathered by Lemuel and Ann Ellsworth Stoughton and their descendants. The Stoughton and Ellsworth families were from East Windsor, Connecticut. Included are receipts, many of which were given to John Ellsworth in the early 19th century. A later collection of receipts and correspondence dates between 1868 and 1941. The correspondence was addressed to Mrs. William Griffiths (Elizabeth Stoughton) and Mrs. J[ohn] A[lden] Stoughton (Ellen (Pinney) (Goodwin)). The bulk of the collection consists of correspondence, deeds, and estate settlement documentation. This includes the estate of Lemuel Stoughton as well as estates he administered. Much of the correspondence was sent to Miss Ann Ellsworth (later Mrs. Lemuel Stoughton)
Elisha Covell business papers by Elisha Covell ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Primarily business correspondence and legal records of a capitalist of Portland, Connecticut. Covell invested extensively, as illustrated by his incoming and outgoing letters, the notes and bonds he issued and received, and the deeds to land in and around Portland. He also was a director of the Middlesex Quarry and some documents related to that enterprise are included in the collection. Among his correspondents or clients were members of the Ellsworth family of Windsor, Connecticut, Socrates Denison of Chester, Connecticut, and Joseph P. Augur of Meriden, Connecticut. A significant number of deeds and other legal documents from Washington County, New York, are part of the collection and may belong to a branch of the family related by marriage. The most common name among these deeds is Thomas Brayton
Oliver Ellsworth family papers by Oliver Ellsworth ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Correspondence, estate, family, financial, and legal papers, and printed matter, documenting Ellsworth's personal life and career as a Connecticut lawyer and judge. Includes material on his bank and real estate investments, particularly in the Western Reserve (Ohio). Family members represented include his daughters, Frances Ellsworth Wood, Abigail Ellsworth Williams, and Delia Ellsworth Williams, and his sons, Martin, Oliver, and William Wolcott Ellsworth, and Lucy Strong Taintor
by Ellsworth (Family : ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Certificate of Weslyan Methodist church membership, Piqua Circuit, Ohio, 1843; 2 letters from relatives in Sidney, Ohio, 1848 and 1850, discuss family matters, prices, railroads and temperance; diary of Sarah Elizabeth (Sallie) Ellsworth, May 5 to June 10, 1862 discusses personal matters, seamstressing. Also includes 2 obituaries, genealogical notes
 
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