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Thomas family

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Works: 1,210 works in 1,436 publications in 2 languages and 8,099 library holdings
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A Memorandum, : Tabitha Thomas, was born the 6th day of April, in the year of our Lord, 1772( Book )

4 editions published in 1787 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Jeannette and Howard Barlow papers by Jeannette Barlow( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Papers of Barlow and her husband, symphonic orchestra conductor Howard Barlow, including substantial correspondence with family members; Jeannette's diary (1903-1904) of a trip to New York with her mother, Lalla Thomas, and early childhood drawings; concert programs and schedules (1923-1965); historical records and genealogies of the Thomas family; scrapbooks of Lalla Thomas; sheet music by Howard Barlow and others; and other material
by Thomas family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Letters to, accounts (1809-1843) concerning taxation and law suit payments, and bond, of Benajah Thomas (1776?-1843); letters to, account book (1836-1837), commonplace book (1855), and accounts, relating to medical practice of Creed Thomas (1812-1899), Richmond physician, as well as accounts concerning his administration of the estate of Wray Thomas; letters (1839-1842) to Reese Thomas, Richmond pharmacist; letters (1854-1864) and accounts (1844-1859) of Columbus V. Thomas, operator of a school in Fluvanna County; correspondence (1857-1966) of Jane E. Sutherland of Fluvanna County; and account book (1867-1869) kept by William Carter Knight (1818-1896) in Henrico County
Thomas/Jones family papers( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Deeds, tax receipts, cards, and other papers, of the Thomas and Jones families of White County, Ark
by Pennell family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Family history (4 v.), notes, coats of arms, genealogies, pedigree maps, and other materials, of and relating to Pennell/Paynel/Pinel family members, originally of Normandy, France, the Isle of Jersey, and England, and members of related families. Other families represented include Chapman, Jordan, Philippe, Riggs, and Thomas
Peleg Thomas family papers by Peleg Thomas( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of the Thomas family of Marshfield, Mass., primarily Captain Peleg Thomas (1763-1849) and Peleg Thomas, Jr. (b. 1785). The collection consists mostly of financial papers, including receipts, accounts, bonds, and memoranda; papers related to the estates of Abijah Thomas, Deborah Sampson Thomas, and others; Marshfield tax receipts; land surveys and deeds to Thomas family property; and papers related to Captain Peleg Thomas's Revolutionary War pension. The collection also contains some correspondence. Other family members represented include Charles Thomas, Mary C. Thomas, and Sylvina Keen Thomas
William Thomas collection by Thomas family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection contains correspondence, financial records, appointments, and other items related to William Thomas, a lawyer from Plymouth, Massachusetts, and to his family. The collection includes letters that Thomas wrote to his father, Joshua Thomas, about his experiences at Harvard University in the early 1800s and documents appointing Thomas to public positions in Plymouth
Thomas-Prescott by Thomas family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection documents the lives of the Thomas and Prescott families of Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Ohio. The collection contains biographical papers, genealogy/lineage records, and correspondence of family members. The bulk of the collection is the correspondence of Benjamin H. Thomas Jr., spanning the period from 1879 to 1927. The biographical papers consist of obituary notices and correspondence which discuss eligibility to join the D.A.R. and the moral character of family members. The correspondence of the family members discuss religion, health, and daily activities. The papers of Benjamin H. Thomas Jr. include correspondence, sermon notes, diaries, a notebook, travel summaries, and various church histories and documents. One travel diary describes his trip to the Orient. The notebook gives an account of daily activities, expenses, and information about family members. Other correspondence includes letters related to the illness and subsequent death of Amos W. Thomas, a soldier in the Civil War. Included are a map of his burial site in Virginia and a letter discussing the possible removal of the remains from Virginia to Michigan. The death of Charles B. Thomas in a plane collision is another large part of the collection. There are files containing his correspondence and documents, his aviation book, information concerning his death, including obituary notices, articles about the accident and correspondence to the family about his death. Included among the church documents are the minutes from the annual Clairon Baptist Association meetings (1838-1888)
Thomas family by Thomas family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The photographic materials include photos from Harold P. Thomas consisting of two photos taken in 1918 of cars; Camp Wadsworth in Spartanburg, South Carolina circa 1918 including a man in a World War I uniform; St. Andrew's Parish Church in Charleston, South Carolina; Magnolia Gardens in Charleston, South Carolina; the Rifle River in Michigan; Pisgah National Forest in North Carolina; as well as trees and a flower arrangement. The Benjamin H. Thomas photographic materials consist of glass negatives. The negatives are a portrait of B. H. Thomas as well as one showing B. H. Thomas reading. Both have negatives in two different sizes. Also included are a glass negative of a portrait of an unidentified man which is labeled "cautaucl"[?] on the original envelope, and a teenaged boy in the woods. There are also film negatives of a boy and a girl in the woods, and an image of a line of children walking in the woods. The papers are related to Benjamin Hampson Thomas, Jr. They consist of travel voucher issued by the U.S. Secretary of State in 1906, an official document in an Arabic language, the poem "Life's Galilee," 1926, watch fob with note, 1931, and a diploma on vellum in Latin
Owens and Thomas family papers by George Welshman Owens( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection consists of papers pertaining to George Welshman Owens and some of his descendants. Many of the papers relate to the settlement of estates of various members of the family. Some papers relate to the Civil War, including general field orders for Mercer's Division, 1864, assigning Dr. J.G. Thomas as Chief Surgeon of the Division. Some of the papers pertain to the Owens-Thomas house museum of Savannah, Georgia, including a garden book, 1892-1902; a plan for a proposed formal garden by Clermont Lee, ASLA, 1954; blueprints and contracts for alterations to the carriage houses, 1910; and blueprint specifications and agreement for alterations for apartments in the house, 1939. The collection also includes minutes and the Constitution and By-Laws of the Telfair Literary and Art Union, 1889-1892. The papers are in the same arrangement as when they were given to the Georgia Historical Society by the Owens-Thomas House Museum, with only slight changes for consistency. George Welshman Owens (1786-1856) is referred to as G.W. Owens I in the collection inventory; George Welshman Owens (1853-1924) is referred to as G.W. Owens II
Thomas Family papers by Thomas Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Deeds, receipts, notes, accounts, militia papers, etc. of Belus Thomas and James Thomas of Canandaigua; also the will and estate papers of James Thomas
by Thomas family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A small collection of Thomas family papers, including a letter to Eron N. Thomas of Rose, N.Y. (1837) and one from Nathan W. Thomas (1863), both describing land opportunities and prices in the west. Also, two Revolutionary claims from New York State (1833, 1836)
Papers by Thomas family( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Contains over 250 letters written by James and Anita Thomas to their parents, Allen and Anna Thomas of Scotch Plains, New Jersey, from the University of Wyoming (1939-1941) and from military bases (1941-1946) in the United States. Anita majored in English literature and worked for local radio stations. In February 1942, James passed the Air Corps test, and entered the army as an aviation cadet in Squadron 44 of the U.S. Army Air Corps. His letters contain knowledgeable detail about how airplanes work, what he did during flight, and life on U.S. Army bases during the Second World War
Thomas family papers by Thomas family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence from the Thomases while resident in the Philippines, 1900-1905; sketches, photographs, maps, newsclippings, and diaries. The collection presents a clear and astute view of U.S.-Philippine relations during the period they were in residence, as well as an informative and pictorial view of village life and the countryside in the hinterland of the Islands. It also reveals aspects of military operations in the Philippines during this period. A small portion of the collection is devoted to letters from a French family befriended by the Thomases in the years following World War I. There are miscellaneous geological reports, 1911-1930, and some memorabilia also remain about Camp Fremont (U.S. Army) in Palo Alto-Menlo Park, California, during World War I. In addition, a few letters from notables are in the collection
Thomas family papers by Thomas family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Journals of Charles Thomas, Battle Creek, Michigan, attorney, and his daughter, Maud Adams Thomas Lane, describing various trips to Japan (ca. 1910-1915), Europe (1914), South America (1939), Latin America (1942), and throughout the United States
Thomas family papers by Thomas family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection includes 7 diaries (with transcripts and indexes), 1865-1902, of Marcus Washington Thomas, a rancher in Pope Valley near St. Helena, Calif. The diaries contain details of daily life, weather, people, etc. Also contains family correspondence and genealogical material
Erwin Thomas collection by Thomas family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection is comprised of 51 letters that 2nd Lieutenant Erwin A. Thomas wrote to his family in Pontiac and Brown City, Michigan, while serving in Europe during World War I. Thomas, a member of a machine gun company in the 125th Infantry Regiment, 32nd Division, discussed his experiences in the trenches, offered advice to his younger brother, and described his travels in France, Luxembourg, and Germany during and after the war
Thomas-Jones family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Deeds, mortgages, leases, wills of J. Amos Jones, R. Oliver Thomas, and John Fletcher Jones, Bible records of Jones and Bunting families, bills, receipts, and other papers, of the Thomas and Jones families of Harford County, Md
Harold Thomas papers by Harold Thomas( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Sermons, papers and letters to writer, historian and educator Charles Edward Thomas; letters largely personal discussing family news, social events and church matters in Charleston (S.C.) at St. Luke's Episcopal Church and elsewhere; correspondents include Eleanor Walter Thomas (1880-1969) and other family members
Glass plate negatives by Thomas family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

270 glass plate negatives of Thomas family members, Grand Rapids, Holland, Grand Haven, and Muskegon, Michigan, the 1904 flood in Grand Rapids, and John Ball Park
 
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