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Papers, 1821-1930.

Author: Fobes family.
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Two manuscript boxes contain miscellaneous items related to the Fobes genealogy, including maps, photographs, notes, charts, newspaper clippings, and letters.
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Genre/Form: Genealogies
Named Person: Burnell family.; Catherine E Fobes; Daniel Fobes; Elbridge Fobes; F H Fobes; Fobes family.; Hayward family.; Northrup family.; Olive Northrop Fobes Tilton
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Fobes family.
OCLC Number: 207134920
Description: 4 boxes. 5 v. ; octavo.

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Two manuscript boxes contain miscellaneous items related to the Fobes genealogy, including maps, photographs, notes, charts, newspaper clippings, and letters.

The remaining two boxes contain correspondence, 1821-1930, instrumental in tracing family lines. Principal writers of these letters are candymaker Daniel Fobes (1817-1894) of Boston, Mass., and his wife Lucretia Hayward Fobes (1832-1892); Catherine E. Fobes (1819-1867) of Paris, Maine; Elbridge Fobes (1812-1892) of Portland, Maine; and candy manufacturer Edwin Francis Fobes (1856-1926) as well as various members of the Hayward family in Bridgewater, Mass. There are many letters written by and addressed to Francis Howard Fobes while a student at Oxford and traveling in Europe. This family correspondence also includes an 1823 letter on Swedenborgianism and a small volume of records for the temperance group, the Titticut (Mass.) Band of Hope (1859).

Five octavo notebooks contain the finished genealogy compiled by Francis Howard Fobes in 1937.

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