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Sargent family

Overview
Works: 19 works in 19 publications in 1 language and 19 library holdings
Genres: History  Commentaries  Genealogy  Sources  Surveys  Prescriptions, formulae, receipts, etc 
Roles: Author
Classifications: BS185,
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Most widely held works by Sargent family
Papers by Sargent family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection includes correspondence, memoranda, scientific papers and other material documenting the lives of Marston Cleaves Sargent, and his wife, Grace Tompkins Sargent, known to her friends as "Peter". The accession includes material documenting the Sargents long association with the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, and their years in London (1958-1960) where Marston Sargent served as scientific liaison officer with the Office of Naval Research (ONR)
Wigglesworth family papers by Wigglesworth family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of the Wigglesworth, Sargent, Dixwell, Bowditch, Norton, Goddard, Andrews, and Hunt families, including correspondence, deeds (mostly to lands in Boston), wills, inventories, poetry, school papers and books, sketches, much genealogical material, diaries, account books, and other bound volumes, and scrapbooks. Includes papers of regicide John Dixwell, Epes Sargent, lawyer and educator Epes S. Dixwell, China trade merchants John J. and George B. Dixwell, India trade merchant Thomas Wigglesworth, Frederick Dabney of the Azores, Rev. John Norton of Hingham, abolitionists Henrietta and Catherine Sargent, George Wigglesworth, Harvard professors Stephen Sewall, Edward Wigglesworth and his son Edward Wigglesworth, and the diaries of Henrietta May Goddard, Anna C. Wigglesworth, and Mary Catherine Dixwell Wigglesworth
Sargent Murray Gilman Hough House collection( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection also includes three boxes of clippings on John Singer Sargent's death, 1925-26; Sargent and Hough family genealogical information; Benjamin Kent Hough's receipts, 1790-1800, and a military commission appointing him to Quartermaster of the Artillery of the First Brigade, Second Division of the Massachusetts Militia; and sketches of the Garden Temple at the Sargent Murray Gilman Hough House in Gloucester, Mass
Sargent and Company records by Conn.) Sargent and Company (New Haven( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, annual reports, subject files, production cost analyses, patents, inventories, production schedules and specifications, employee registers, labor records, piecework ledgers, sales records, financial ledgers, journals, and other records, documenting the management, production, sales, and labor activities of the company and its predecessor, Peck and Walter Manufacturing Company, its office in New York, N.Y., and affiliated companies Sargent Card Clothing Company and Sargent Wharf Company; together with Sargent family papers
Sargent family papers by Sargent family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Formerly titled the Henry Bradford Sargent Papers. Correspondence, office files, financial papers, printed matter and memorabilia documenting Sargent's close association with Yale University, as member of the Yale Corporation (1902-1920) and as secretary of the class of 1871 of the Sheffield Scientifc School. Having been an oarsman for Yale, he retained an interest in rowing and papers on the building of the Yale boat house and the four-oared crew which went to Philadelphia in 1876 are included in the collection. Yale officials with whom he corresponded include George A. Adee, Walter Camp, Russell Chittenden, George Parmly Day, Henry W. Farnam, Arthur T. Hadley and Anson Phelps Stokes. Also included are business papers of Sargent & Company, a hardware manufacturing concern which he headed, and records and correspondence from various social and political organizations. An addition to the colletion (box 6) includes materials relating to other Sargent family members
Winthrop Sargent papers by Winthrop Sargent( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of Winthrop Sargent (1753-1820), Revolutionary Army officer, Ohio Company agent, secretary of the Northwest Territory, and governor of the Mississippi Territory. Personal, business, and official correspondence; diaries; orderly books; lists of Ohio Company agents and sales; petitions; contracts; pamphlets; wills, tax slips, receipts, and other documents relating to the Sargent estate; weather records and agricultural notebooks; plats and survey reports; and other papers relating to the St. Clair expedition against the Indians of which Sargent was adjutant general; to Sargent's survey of the 5th range, Northwest Territory; a trip from Marietta, Ohio, to Cahokia, Ill., with Governor Arthur St. Clair; Sargent's plantations near Natchez, Miss.,; the Congressional investigation of Sargent's administration of the Mississippi Territory and his dismissal; the Ohio Company; the early settlement and administration of the Northwest Territory; relations with the Spanish governments of Louisiana and West Florida; and military, business, and family matters
by Sargent family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection also features probate court records of John Jenks Sargent's estate after he died intestate in 1868. The contract made by Charles H. Sargent with Pine Groves Cemetery for the burial is also included. Other legal documents deal with the transfer of ownership of the rental properties. Loose accounts record miscellaneous financial transactions. Several issues of a newspaper, the Lynn Report, were kept with the estate transactions. A water bill addressed to Mrs. Bessie G. Sargent in 1895 was found with the other papers
Parsons-Sargent family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, receipts, deeds, and notes, chiefly 1793-1842, of Gorham Parsons, Boston merchant and resident of Brighton and Byfield, Mass., concerning management of his property at Gloucester, Mass., by his nephew, Winthrop Sargent, merchant of Gloucester, Mass., and exchanges of farm produce and livestock shipments between Boston and Gloucester; papers of Winthrop Sargent; correspondence of George Washington Sargent, Ignatius Sargent, John Singer Sargent, and Thomas P. Sargent; and commissions (1863) of Henry Sargent, of Minnesota. Gorham Sargent's correspondents include John T. Kirkland, Benjamin Poore, Winthrop Sargent, and Enoch Sawyer
The Judith Sargent House, [Gloucester, Mass.] by Sargent family( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Longmire family genealogy and records( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection was compiled by Maude Longmire Shaffer with material from Ruth Mosmon Heermans. It contains copies of correspondence; Rice branch of the Longmire Family Tree; copies of information about the Yelm Irrigation Company and the Yelm [WA] Irrigation District; 16 negatives of photographs of the Longmires, Sylvesters & historic houses in Olympia WA; 16 black & white photographs with the negatives building the Yelm [WA] irrigation project; copies of a map of Yelm [WA] prairie and personal papers. It also contains the typewritten copy of the Narrative of James Longmire prepared by Mrs. Lou Palmer from personal interviews with James Longmire a few years before his death . It lists a detailed description of their trip across the plains, the people and families involved in the trip. It includes the description of the events, relationships and incidents with the Native Americans that took place prior and during the Yakima Indian War of 1855-1856
by Conn.) Sargent and Company (New Haven( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, annual reports, subject files, production cost analyses, patents, inventories, production schedules and specifications, employee registers, labor records, piecework ledgers, sales records, financial ledgers, journals, and other records, documenting the management, production, sales, and labor activities of the company and its predecessor, Peck and Walter Manufacturing Company, its office in New York, N.Y., and affiliated companies Sargent Card Clothing Company and Sargent Wharf Company; together with Sargent family papers
Huse family papers by Huse family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of the Huse family and the related Fuller, Sargent, Austin, and other families. Included is family correspondence, 1823-1946, primarily letters to Sarah (Austin) Fuller from her son Andrew Jackson Fuller, her daughter-in-law Sarah A. (Fuller) Merchant, her daughter Elizabeth A. (Fuller) Sargent, and others; correspondence and receipts of George S. Sargent; and correspondence of Dr. Charles Phillips Huse and Florence Bigalow (Johnson) Huse. Letters primarily discuss family matters. The collection also contains papers related to the estate of Almira (Stone) Huse, 1854-1923, including deeds, wills, accounts, and correspondence; genealogical papers, including notes, correspondence, and clippings, collected by Charles Phillips Huse, Jr., 1925-1992; and miscellaneous poems, recipes, receipts, printed matter, and other family papers
Sargent family papers by Sargent family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

There are a number of letters in the collection for which the writers' relationship to the Sargent family is unknown. These correspondents include: Fatima Gilkey, Mercy and Roswell Spalding, and Emeline Lovejoy
Sargent family papers by Sargent family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Chiefly genealogical material, including letters, biographical sketches, charts, research notes, and other historical material, relating to the Sargent family; and personal correspondence, legal documents, newspaper clippings, memorabilia, photos, and other papers, of family members
Sargent Family Papers by Sargent Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection includes pew deed for the Universalist Meeting House, in the Third Parish of Gloucester, MA, for John L. Sargent and an envelope labeled "Soldier's Package" addressed to Ambrose G. Sargent
Papers by Lamb family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Lamb family papers is a multi-generational, multi-family archive spanning the years 1787 through 1989. Included in the collection are correspondence (personal correspondence, business letters, greeting cards, post cards, calling cards), bound volumes (notebooks, diaries, ledgers, account books, appointment books, art exhibition visitors' books), manuscripts (short stories, lectures, speeches and addresses), menus and recipes, estate appraisals, architectural sketches and blueprints and site plans, miscellaneous photographs, publications (tracts and pamphlets), certificates, and clippings. The collection also contains the papers of allied families the Rotches and Sargents. Through marriage, the Lambs were also related to the Eliot family and the poet T.S. Eliot. The Lamb, Rotch, Sargent, and Eliot families made their fortunes as bankers, businessmen, and merchants, but they were also artists, writers, ministers, legislators, lawyers, and architects. They socialized with the intellectual and social elites of Boston. The first Lamb to settle in Boston fought in the American War of Independence. They were patrons of Boston's cultural institutions, including the Boston Athenaeum and Museum of Fine Arts. They were philanthropists, giving their time and money to numerous causes, charities and institutions. They were concerned with the betterment of themselves and others. Well educated and worldly, they took long trips to Europe to broaden themselves and further their educations
Harlan-Sargent family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, deeds, bills, legal papers, clippings, publications, genealogical materials, poems, stories and other literary materials
Papers by Paul Dudley Sargent( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A small collection of personal letters written to Paul D. Sargent, including one from his son of the same name and his nephew Daniel. Some letters include Paul, Sr.'s responses
 
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