Most widely held works about Loy family
Most widely held works by Loy family
Loy family papers, 1851-1931 by Peter Schell Loy ( )
in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Papers of the Martin Loy family including materials relating to his son, David M. Loy, an early resident of De Pere who moved to the area in 1847 to work with De Pere Hydraulic Co. Includes scrapbooks, ledgers, and timebooks of David's son, Peter S. Loy. Subjects include the family's involvement in railroads, oil, and water improvement (locks and dams) interests, chiefly in Wisconsin.
Scrapbooks ca. 1774-1929 by Loy family ( Book )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Scrapbooks compiled by Peter Schell Loy, De Pere, Wisconsin, including genealogy of the Loy family and the related Arndt, Baird, Davis, Drescher, Ferguson, Hannon, Hoffman, Kurtz, Mortimer, and Stuart families, and of General William Dickenson, one of the founders of De Pere; family correspondence; photographs and portraits, including photographs of De Pere; clippings on De Pere history; a history of Loysburg, Pennsylvania; postcards of Phoenix, Arizona, Bedford and Loysburg, Pennsylvania, and Appleton and Green Bay, Wisconsin; and correspondence of F.L. Wager concerning his trip by covered wagon to the Montana goldfields with other residents of De Pere.
Arndt family Baird family Barnhisle family Brenner family California California--Alhambra Cooking Cooking, American Dams Davis family Dickinson family Dresser family Families Ferguson family Genealogy German Americans Germany--Bückeburg Gold mines and mining Graves family Hannon family History Hoffman family Illinois Illinois--Rockford Kentucky Kistler family Kurtz family Lay family Lease family Lee family Locks (Hydraulic engineering) Loy, Martin Loy, Peter Schell,--1846-1931 Loy family Montana Mortimer family North Carolina North Dakota--Mercer County Overland journeys to the Pacific Pennsylvania--Berks County Pennsylvania--Schuylkill County Periodicals Petroleum Railroads Stuart family Wisconsin Wisconsin--De Pere Wyrick, Elizabeth Loy,--1823-1916 Wyrick, Martin,--1823-1891 Wyrick family