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Papers, 1686-1904

Author: Winsor family.Baker family.Hawkins family.Marsh family.Samuel WinsorAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, deeds, receipts, estate papers, inventories, bills, receipts, and other papers of the Winsors and members of the Baker, Hawkins, and Marsh families, also of Rhode Island, who were probably related to the Winsors. Subjects include the opening of the Johnston public schools, marriages performed by Samuel Winsor (1722-1803), Baptist clergyman, of Johnston; transactions of lands in Smithfield, Johnston,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Deeds
Inventories
Named Person: P T Barnum; Susan Winsor; Samuel Winsor; James Ballou
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Winsor family.; Baker family.; Hawkins family.; Marsh family.; Samuel Winsor; Olney Winsor
OCLC Number: 29317098
Description: .5 linear ft.

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Correspondence, deeds, receipts, estate papers, inventories, bills, receipts, and other papers of the Winsors and members of the Baker, Hawkins, and Marsh families, also of Rhode Island, who were probably related to the Winsors. Subjects include the opening of the Johnston public schools, marriages performed by Samuel Winsor (1722-1803), Baptist clergyman, of Johnston; transactions of lands in Smithfield, Johnston, and Glocester; James Ballou's peddling with P.T. Barnum's traveling museum; and Olney Winsor's (1753-1837) advice to his daughter, Susan (1789-1879), at a boarding school in Hartford, Conn.

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