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Cole family

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Works: 633 works in 792 publications in 1 language and 3,445 library holdings
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by Cole family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Genealogy containing the ancestry of Leland Howard Cole, compiled by Mary Roundy Cole Kuell, including references to the Roundy and other related families; photos; and coat of arms
Eva Cole oral history : Eva Louise Fain-Cole by Eva Louise Cole( Book )

1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The oral history interviews of Eva Fain-Cole were conducted by Terri Nelson, who has since married and is known as Terri J. Huntley. The interviews of Mrs. Cole were conducted in 15 sessions using 16 tapes from Dec. 30, 2007 through May 25, 2008. Ms Huntley became interested in the history of Harry Fain's Legion Park in Olympia, WA which lead her to ask if Mrs. Cole would agree to providing an oral history of herself and family. Mrs. Cole agreed. Ms Huntley conducted the interviews; transcribed the tapes; and eventually had the oral history bound and given to the Washington State Library as a gift in June 2010
by Cole family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Relatives and friends of Mary Ann Cole wrote to her during the Civil War including her brother Lemuel L. Cutter; a former farm laborer, Thomas Lancaster; a cousin, John E. Crawford; her son John Cole; and her friend Kate Seward. The death and burial of John McRill, 8th Missouri Infantry, is described in detail. Also contains miscellaneous postwar correspondence from John Cole's daughter Villa and other unidentified relatives
Cole Family by Cole (Family)( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection of papers was generated by Ezekiel Cole ( -1799) of Sutton, Massachusetts, and his family. It consists almost entirely of wills and related receipts and documents settling the estates of various family members. There are documents of Ezekiel Cole, his sons, Abel Cole (1762-1802), John Cole (1760-1807), and David Cole (1768-1813), and his grandson Sumner Cole (1798- ). There are very few personal letters
Cole and Huntington family papers by Cole family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, financial and legal records of the Cole and Huntington families of Hartford, Connecticut. Material from Champion, Watkinson and Kimball predecessors, 1828-1898, is also included, along with two Henry Champion letters and an inventory of his estate, 1824-1836. Elizabeth Huntington, daughter of Samuel Howard and Sara Blair Huntington, married Charles J. Cole, a Hartford lawyer. His correspondence to her, 1880-1894, includes letters from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and New York. Other correspondence and bills of Elizabeth Huntington Cole, 1885-1912, are also included in the collection. Charles Cole's papers, 1880-1895, include an account book, 1880-1893, legal papers and the Hartford Courant announcement of his 1895 death. The collection includes correspondence of other members of the Cole family, including sons Richard and Francis, 1888-1913. Daughter Sarah Cole Ballard has correspondence and bills, 1893-1933, including letters from Rev. D. T. Huntington, a missionary in China, congratulations on her 1912 engagement to Eugene Ballard and a certificate of her 1925 acceptance in to the Daughters of the American Revolution. The collection includes two journals about a European tour that could not be identified, but might have been Sarah's. Several other letters and works also could not be identified and were placed after known family members
Cole Family papers by Cole Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of various members of the Cole family including late 19th century news clippings, pasted into 1820's account books; school booklets of Mary Cole, teacher; correspondence, accounts, and legal papers of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, John, and Edwin Barnes Cole
Papers by Miriam Colwell( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Family papers, calendars, correspondence, and literary notes of Maine author Miriam Colwell and her partner, Chenoweth Hall. Cole family papers include business records of the Deasy and Handy Country Store, several Cole family businesses, journals, correspondence, and genealogical information for the community of Prospect Harbor, Maine
C.A. English Cole collection by Cole family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Business papers and correspondence of John W. Cole; papers of the English family; and papers of Eugene Hawling, Loudoun County constable. Persons represented include Katie A. Cockrill, Howard Elton Cole, Charles Albert English, and Myra Gardner English
by Tompkins family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection documents activities and experiences of multiple generations of Tompkins, Ten Eyck, Cole and other allied families who lived in the vicinity of Coeymans Hollow, Albany County, New York. The papers include personal diaries kept by Caroline Cole, Libbie Tompkins, Stephen Tompkins, William M. Tompkins, and Edwin Fowler that range in date from 1873 to 1922. These diaries generally note the weather for a particular day along with information regarding births, weddings, and deaths. Farm chores, social calls, community events, etc. are frequency mentioned in the diaries. In particular, William writes of the daily work on the Coeymans Hollow farm as well as local and presidential elections. These papers also include account books, invoices, receipts, insurance policies, land titles and other records related to the family farm and various business enterprises. The account books cover the years 1839-1895. Although one is labeled General Store and another Lumberyard accounts, the actual name of the business is not identified. Lastly, there is a considerable amount of material relative to the genealogy and history of Cole, Ten Eyck, and Tompkins families
Cole family papers by Cole family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A letter from Solomon Cole of Glastonbury, Connecticut, to his brother James Cole of Chatham, Connecticut, about the availability of barrels and about state politics, 1810; a letter from Moses Cole to his father Moses, of Chatham, seeking his father's advice, 1813; a bill and a notice belonging to James Cole, 1819 and 1824; and a note to Asa Young about an unpaid bill for a barrel of cider from Moses Cole, 1836
Cole family miscellaneous print and photograph collection by Cole family( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Prints and photographs, including some which may have been used by Thomas Cole as source material for his paintings, and some which are prints after his paintings
Correspondence by Cole Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence between Sarah Cole and her husband, S. Austin Cole, while he was travelling; includes descriptions of activities in the Jewett City community of Griswold, Conn., and of Congress boots and other clothing
by Cole family( )

2 editions published in 1906 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Contains text of wedding ceremony and marriage certificate of Joseph Cole and Clara Naylor
Cole family papers by Cole family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection is made up of correspondence, legal documents, financial records, maps, and ephemera related to the descendants and extended family of Dr. Joseph Cole of Sharon, Connecticut; Auburn, New York; and Albion, New York. Among many represented subjects are the educational and social lives of women in New York during the early 1800s, legal aspects of land ownership and estate administration, and land along Long Pond in Rome, Maine
Cole and Taylor family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Business, legal, and personal papers of several generations of the Cole and Taylor families of New Bern and Chapel Hill, N.C. Most of the antebellum papers are deeds for land in Craven and Jones counties, N.C. Scattered business and personal correspondence begins to appear around 1812, and includes letters written from New Bern, Raleigh, and other North Carolina towns. Later letters were written from Alabama, South Carolina, Tennessee, and New York City. Also included are letters, 1830-1860, addressed to relatives on an Alabama plantation, and overseer's letters from Tennessee plantations. Among the volumes are three account books of James Carney for general merchandise sold at New Bern, 1858-1860; guard reports, 1861-1862, of the 53rd New York Regiment; seven volumes of daily weather records at Chapel Hill, 1890-1909, kept by Mary C. Cole; an 1870 diary of James Cole Taylor; a notebook labelled "General Orders," probably dating from the Civil War; short drafts of letters written by Sarah Taylor; and a record book relating to the Coles' tenants in Chapel Hill and to marriages and births
 
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