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Author: Jones family.Edward Coffin JonesEmma Chambers JonesAmelia Hickling JonesSarah Coffin Jones ForbesAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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Chiefly diaries and personal correspondence of Jones's daughters, Emma Chambers (1847-1920, invalid in Litchfield, Conn., and New York, N.Y.) and Amelia Hickling Jones (1849-1935, civic leader, of New Bedford), and Sarah Coffin (Jones) Forbes (1852-1891, wife of John Malcolm Forbes, of Milton, Mass.), relating to daily events, social life, and family affairs; and correspondence, ships' papers, poems, house plans and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Diaries
Poems
Plats
Ship's papers
Genealogies
Correspondence
Named Person: John Malcolm Forbes; Alice Hathaway Forbes
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Jones family.; Edward Coffin Jones; Emma Chambers Jones; Amelia Hickling Jones; Sarah Coffin Jones Forbes; Eliza Williams Nye Hathaway Dana; Grace Dana; Amelia Forbes Emerson; Mary Ann Hickling Ivens
OCLC Number: 28409361
Notes: In part, photocopies and transcripts.
Description: 2 linear ft.

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Chiefly diaries and personal correspondence of Jones's daughters, Emma Chambers (1847-1920, invalid in Litchfield, Conn., and New York, N.Y.) and Amelia Hickling Jones (1849-1935, civic leader, of New Bedford), and Sarah Coffin (Jones) Forbes (1852-1891, wife of John Malcolm Forbes, of Milton, Mass.), relating to daily events, social life, and family affairs; and correspondence, ships' papers, poems, house plans and plats, financial records, and other papers, of Edward Coffin Jones and his 2nd wife, Emma (Chambers) Jones (1823-1852). Includes transcripts of original family documents, genealogical materials, and miscellaneous papers of other family members including Eliza Williams Nye Hathaway Dana (1830-1923), Grace Dana (1866-1956), Amelia Forbes Emerson (1888-1979), and Mary Ann Hickling Ivens (1800-1888). Correspondents of Sarah Forbes include her sister-in-law, Alice Hathaway Forbes (1838-1917).

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