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Coates and Reynell Family Papers, 1677-1930

Author: Coates family.; Reynall family.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The Coates and Reynell Family papers document the professional and personal lives of elite Quakers in Philadelphia in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries through correspondence, scrapbooks, receipt books, ledgers, accounts, wills, deeds, and medical manuscripts. The collection is particularly strong in records of international and domestic trade, medical and scientific knowledge, and women's philanthropic  Read more...
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Named Person: Coates family.; Reynall family.; Amy Hornor Coates; Benjamin Coates; Benjamin Hornor Coates; Beulah Coates; George Morrison Coates; George Morrison Coates; Josiah Langdale Coates; Mary Coates; Reynell Coates; Samuel Coates; Samuel Coates; Samuel Hornor Coates; Thomas Coates; Thomas Coates; Michael Lee Dicker; Daniel Flexney; Jane Hoskins; Anthony Morris; Benjamin Morris; Deborah Morris; Phebe Guest Morris; Hannah Pemberton; John Pemberton; John Reynell; Mary Coates Reynell; Samuel Reynell; Sarah Reynell; John Shewbart; Mary Hockley Shewbart; Anthony Shoemaker; John Vicary; William Vicary; Isaac Zane
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Coates family.; Reynall family.
OCLC Number: 300287453
Description: 66 boxes, 147 v. ( 40 linear feet)
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The Coates and Reynell Family papers document the professional and personal lives of elite Quakers in Philadelphia in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries through correspondence, scrapbooks, receipt books, ledgers, accounts, wills, deeds, and medical manuscripts. The collection is particularly strong in records of international and domestic trade, medical and scientific knowledge, and women's philanthropic activities. Letters and financial and legal documents recording the professional and personal activities of merchants John Reynell (1708-1784) and Samuel Coates (1748-1830) make up the bulk of the papers. The next most significant portion of the collection consists of scientific or medical essays, correspondence, and notes pertaining to Dr. Benjamin H. Coates. The papers of Mary and Beulah Coates consist of minutes for the meetings of their charitable societies and notes documenting Mary's genealogical research on the family. The collection also includes correspondence and financial records pertaining to the Zane, Shewbart, and Morris families, whose estates were settled by members of the Coates clan.

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