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Churchill family collection, 1815-1887.

Author: Churchill family.Charles ChurchillSolomon ChurchillChester ChurchillJemina ChurchillAll authors
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Includes letters and other items accumulated by the Churchill family of Newington, Connecticut. Those writing include Charles Churchill, his son Solomon, Solomon's son Chester and daughter Jemina, and Chester's wife Lucretia Olmstead. The correspondence among these family members is generally from the period of time Chester was shipping goods from Hartford to the south. He and his family occasionally lived in  Read more...
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Named Person: Charles Churchill; Solomon Churchill; Chester Churchill; Jemina Churchill; Lucretia Olmstead Churchill; Julia Churchill Watkins
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Churchill family.; Charles Churchill; Solomon Churchill; Chester Churchill; Jemina Churchill; Lucretia Olmstead Churchill; Julia Churchill Watkins
OCLC Number: 592756084
Notes: See also MS 65734 and MS 68306c.
Several pieces of furniture owned by Charles Churchill and his family may be found among the museum's collections.
Description: About 40 items.

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Includes letters and other items accumulated by the Churchill family of Newington, Connecticut. Those writing include Charles Churchill, his son Solomon, Solomon's son Chester and daughter Jemina, and Chester's wife Lucretia Olmstead. The correspondence among these family members is generally from the period of time Chester was shipping goods from Hartford to the south. He and his family occasionally lived in Augusta, Georgia. There are many pieces from Chester and Lucretia's daughter Julia Churchill Watkins. Julia spent some time teaching at the Harlem Academy in New York. She died while living in Tennessee.

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