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Titus family

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Works: 4 works in 6 publications in 1 language and 4 library holdings
Genres: History  Records and correspondence  Personal narratives  Military history 
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Most widely held works by Titus family
by Titus family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers, 1756-1883, principally bills, receipts, and other financial records of Henry Titus, in the early period, and later, Peter Titus
by Titus family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Returns, muster rolls, commissions, invoices, memoranda, reports, government circulars and pamphlets, and other military records of the 150th Regiment of New York Volunteers concerning personnel, ordnance, clothing, camp equipment, enlistments, transportation, and hospitalization, 1862-1865; memoranda book of Lieut. David B. Sleight, 1864-1865, with entries after Sleight's death in 1865 by Capt. Richard Titus; diary kept by Richard Titus while in the service, 1863, and his letters written home from Baltimore, Virginia, and Tennessee, 1862-1864; a report by Vincent Colyer on the reception and care of returning soldiers, 1865; an undated photograph of the men in the 150th Regiment; and a clipping on the Grand Army of the Republic in Poughkeepsie, 1932
Titus family papers by Titus family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters, documents and miscellaneous receipts from various Titus family members in Ohio. Large portion of papers pertain to Ira Titus' military pension gained through his service during the Civil War. Mary Titus' memorandum book with household expense records from 1876 is included with papers
Papers by Titus family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The related Titus and Bedell families were prominent Quakers in Greene County, principally at Catskill and New Baltimore. Charles Titus and John W. Bedell kept stores in Catskill, and the bulk of this collection consists of their daybooks and ledgers, and bills of goods, 1795-1858. Charles Titus was also justice of the peace at New Baltimore, and many of his official acts are recorded in a group of some three hundred subpoenas and executions 1809-1819, and a book of judgments 1808-1817, which contains also some entries of marriages performed by him. Tucked away in one of John W. Bedell's ledgers, 1830-1831, are family records 1798-1826. Items relating to town and school matters 1814-1843 and miscellaneous correspondence make up the rest of the collection, which covers the years 1790-1863
 
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