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Stuart family

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Works: 1,094 works in 1,362 publications in 8 languages and 8,316 library holdings
Genres: Photograph collections  Diaries  Land titles 
Classifications: da385, 306.874
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Most widely held works by Stuart family
Choreganizers : the visual way to organize household chores ( Book )
1 edition published in 1994 in English and held by 5 libraries worldwide
Related matters : thoughts in verse ( Book )
1 edition published in 1996 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Stuart family portrait, 1880s by Stuart family ( Visual )
2 editions published in 1880 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Unmounted tintype (9 x 6 cm.) with paper copy, showing nine individuals: three women, four men, and two children, purported by the donor to be members of the family of William and Agnes Stuart, recently arrived in Lawrence, Mass., from Scotland.
Stewart family papers, 1910-1978 by Stewart family ( )
in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Cary Ellsworth Stewart (d. 1940) and his wife Addie Elizabeth Osborn Stewart (d. 1927) homesteaded in the Ismay, Montana, area in 1909. Papers consist of a letter (1910) to Emma Milnor describing their first six months on the farm; and a reminiscence (1978) begun by Addie Stewart, and completed by her son Charles A. Stewart, outlining the family history.
The Stuart papers from the Denys Eyre Bower collection, Chiddingstone Castle, Kent [microform by Stuart family ( Book )
1 edition published in 1969 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Papers, 1790-ca. 1955 by Stewart family ( )
in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Correspondence, legal, business, and financial documents, notebooks, daybooks, genealogical materials, copybooks, printed materials, and other papers, of Ira Stewart (1779-1855), businessman and state legislator, his brother, Noble (d. 1814), Ira's son, Dugald (1821-1870), Dugald's son, John H. Stewart (1860-1936), and other family members. Includes records (1807-1808) of the family general store in New Haven; daybooks and other records (1927-1941) of their hardware store, J.H. Stewart and Son, in Middlebury, later managed by John H. Stewart's son, Dugald (1887-1959); notebooks (1829-1848) of Cynthia Stewart reflecting daily events; and information relating to various organizations and businesses with which the family was affiliated.
Papers, 1823-ca. 1900 by Stuart family ( )
in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Chiefly correspondence of Claudia Smith Stuart (1802-1876); her children, Julius Walker Stuart (1828-1856), Thomas Middleton Stuart (1830-1873), Edmund Rhett Stuart (1842-1862), Albert Rhett Stuart (1846-1902), and Claudia (Stuart) Thomson (1832-1875), and her brother, Robert Barnwell Rhett (1800-1876); receipts; and other items. Topics include family matters, social affairs in Aiken, Beaufort, and Charleston, S.C., schooling at Harvard, West Point, and seminaries in Spartanburg, S.C., and Fairfax County, Va., secession, Civil War, emigration to Brazil, and related families, including Fuller, Heyward, Rhett, and Taber.
Papers, 1761-1935 (bulk 1761-1898) by Morris family ( )
in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Correspondence, deeds and land records, legal and estate papers, genealogical materials, and other papers, of members of the Morris and Stewart families, including James F., and Harriet (Plant) Morris; and correspondence, journals, and school papers, of their son, Lewis Foster Morris, chiefly relating to his activities as a student in the Branford schools, Williston Seminary (Easthampton, Mass.), and Yale College. Includes Handbook (1935), of the James Morris Museum, Morris, Conn.
Stewart, Van Akin, and Seymour Family papers, 1829-2003 by Stewart family ( )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Correspondence, genealogies, newspaper clippings, memorabilia, and photographs of the Stewart, Van Akin, and Seymour families. Includes Civil War correspondence from Damon and Charles Stewart who served in the 23rd Michigan Infantry; missionary correspondence of Hattie Seymour Armstrong written from Armenia.
Stewart family correspondence, 1861-1864 by Stewart family ( )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Typed transcriptions of letters and a poem associated with the Stewart family. Included are a letter to Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stewart of Beaver Creek, Ala., from W.H. Clark, a soldier stationed near Manasas, Va., who boasts of the number and strength of Confederate forces arrayed there and the comparative weakness of opposing U.S. Army troops; a letter to Mary Stewart from L.B. Robbins, a member of Company E of the 25th Georgia Volunteers, who writes of homesickness and his state of health; and a letter by an unidentified minister's wife in Madison, Ala., who expatiates on the hardships of war, which she describes as a test of "the Christian character," and makes other observations of a homiletic nature. Accompanying the letters is a poem by Lawrence H. Mathews, a soldier in Company G of the 1st Florida Regiment, describing the hardships of a soldier's life and the solace that letters from home provide.
Records by Stewart family ( Book )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Comprises records relating to the property "Habbies Howe" and some family records of the Stewart family.
Diary by Stewart family ( Book )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Genealogical material, undated by Stewart Family ( )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Typewritten material of the genealogy of the John Stewart family of Scotland, "copied from Margaret A. Wilcox's Genealogy."
Stuart family register, 19th century by Stuart family ( )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Genealogical information on Temple C. Stuart, Abba (Grace) Stuart, and their children.
Letters, 1940-1949 by Stewart Family ( )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
This collection consists of a group of letters that were found written by George Stewart to his family during and post WWII. Also included are WWII ephemera, 9 copies of "Yank", 36 issues & partial issues of "Stars & Stripes", and 1 issue of the "Valley Bomber."
Farm account books of the Stewart family, 1836-1932 by Stewart family ( )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
This collection consists of six farm account books and ledgers and one letter. The first items is an account book, 1836-38, of an unidentified lumber operation. The second is a ledger, 1879-1902, containing the Beechwood Farm accounts of Charles A. Stewart, including a map of the farm.
Whish-Stewart family photographs, 1860-1954 ( Visual )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Collection of photographs depicting multiple generations of various members of the Whish and Stewart families of Albany, New York. The family operated a convenience store on Central Avenue, which is seen in some of the images. The family residence at 716 Central Avenue is also captured in a number of images. Earlier date images tend to be on cabinet card stock, whereas after 1920, snapshots on cellulose paper is most common.
Photographs, 1910 by Stewart family ( )
1 edition published in 1910 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
An album from 1910 showing the State Fair, Brigham City, residential architecture and the Bear River.
Wilson and Stewart family papers, 1829-1923 ( )
1 edition published in 1829 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Papers of the Wilson and Stewart families of Georgia and South Carolina, including an obituary, June 1829, of Daniel Stewart of Liberty County, Ga.; a certificate of C. C. Wilson's post as solicitor general, Eastern Judicial District, 1860; letters, 1899-1923, regarding the genealogy of the Stewart and Wilson families, received by Mrs. Edward Karow (nee Anna Belle Wilson); and a genealogy entitled "Stewart of Ledcreich." Also included are two undated poems addressed to Kate Morrison; biographical sketches of Anna Karow's father, Claudius Charles Wilson (1831-1863), lawyer and Confederate colonel who was promoted to Brigadier General just before his death; an obituary of John M. Wilson of Savannah, Ga.; and two printed items: "The Wilson Family" (1871) by Sara Susannah Wilson and "History and Genealogy of the Stewart, Elliott, and Dunwody Families" (1895) by Joseph Gaston Bulloch.
 
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Alternative Names
Steuart family
Steward family
Stewart family
Stuard family
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