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Allyn, Timothy M. 1800-1882

Overview
Works: 3 works in 3 publications in 1 language and 3 library holdings
Genres: Records and correspondence 
Roles: Author
Most widely held works by Timothy M Allyn
Timothy Allyn papers by Timothy M Allyn( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Assorted correspondence, bills and receipts of Timothy Allyn, landowner, businessman and one time mayor of Hartford, Connecticut. One letter was a thank you note for sending a piece of the Charter Oak for use on the USS Hartford, 1859. He also received a letter from his son Joseph P. Allyn who was in Detroit, and a letter asking the mayor to appoint Patrick Dillon as special constable. Bills and receipts are from various Hartford businesses
Timothy M. Allyn incoming correspondence by Timothy M Allyn( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters to Timothy Allyn, a retired Hartford dry goods merchant and entrepreneur, from his sons Alexander Hamilton, Arthur W. and Joseph Pratt. Alexander was a business man in Wisconsin. In 1858 he was working for the Western Transportation Company and wrote to his father asking him to purchase one of Colt's latest patent pocket revolver. The city had been infested with burglars and he needed to protect his business. By 1865 he had moved to the country and worked a farm. However, he needed to ask his father for money to tide him over that year. Arthur joined Company Rifle A, Connecticut 1st Infantry Regiment on 25 Apr 1861. He was mustered out on 14 May 1861 and immediately commissioned an officer in the Regular Army 16th Infantry Regiment. In 1861 he wrote from Fall's Church, Virginia, with a sketch of the placement of forts and regiments. In 1862 he mentioned the sudden death of his mother. His letter of April 16, 1865, mourned the assassination of President Lincoln. On August 10, 1865, he sent his father money to purchase revolvers for his friends in the Brigade. Joseph Allyn was in Washington in 1861, working as a Congressional aid and filing stories with the Hartford Courant. He wrote about the preparations for war and expressed concern for the loss of manufacturing should the conflict be prolonged. He was appointed one of the original Associate Justices of the Supreme Court of Arizona Territory where he moved in 1863. His letters to his father in 1865 are primarily requests for money after his failed Congressional bid
Timothy Allyn business correspondence by Timothy M Allyn( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Primarily incoming business correspondence to a Hartford, Connecticut, merchant, businessman and entrepreneur, concerning court cases, land sales, investments, and other financial matters. Includes three letters from his son, Joseph Pratt Allyn, and a letter dated 1852 from Jonathan Pratt in Louisiana to his brother Joseph Pratt in Hartford concerning their father's health
 
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