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Austin family

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Works: 18 works in 20 publications in 1 language and 18 library holdings
Genres: History  Sources  Local history  Trials, litigation, etc  Observations  Records and correspondence  Personal narratives  Genealogy  Prescriptions, formulae, receipts, etc 
Most widely held works by Austin family
Austin family papers by Austin family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Correspondence is between the Austin family and their friends and relatives. Civil War-era correspondence concerns the fear of northern invasion, possible avenues for flight in the event of an invasion, and the plight of a family living in occupied Washington, N.C. Correspondence of the 1870s, the bulk of which is from Charles J. Austin to his wife, mentions fox hunting, illnesses, entertainment in Tarboro, methods of making and burning bricks, dressmaking in Norfolk, Va., life at Chowan Baptist Female Institute at Murfreesboro, N.C., and a cure for the cold. Other letters mention common diseases, land speculation in Swain, Macon, and Graham counties by a company formed by Robert M. Furman and State Senator Theodore W. Poole, and entertainment available in Tarboro and Greensboro. Legal records include a partnership agreement for a mercantile business in Tarboro, articles of agreement concerning an Edgecombe County canal, estate documents, and an indenture related to the rental of buildings in Tarboro. Land records include an Edgecombe County deed and documents acknowledging the purchase of land in Tarboro. Also includes slave bills of sale and a receipt for the purchase of slaves in Edgecombe County
James Trecothick Austin papers by James Trecothick Austin( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Papers of James Trecothick Austin, lawyer and attorney general of Massachusetts, 1808-50, include correspondence regarding family business of Trecothick and Apthorp, legal cases including James Trecothick vs. Jonathan Loring Austin, Republican and Whig parties, and work with the board of directors of the State Bank; a commission as justice of the peace for Suffolk County, 1826; and an essay on the history of the English language, 1827
Austin-Twyman papers ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The collection includes several items relating to Peter Francisco, materials relating to the James River and Kanawha Canal, letters concerning the Civil War, accounts and legal documents concerning various counties and genealogical material
Austin family papers by Austin family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Manuscripts, charts, clippings, a diary relating to Austin family genealogy; includes Stephen F. Austin's account of the settling of Texas
Austin memorial collection by Austin family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Account books, diaries, correspondence, and other business records of Augustin Austin of Sheffield, Mass., his son Abner Austin, merchant and paper mill operator at Hudson and Catskill, N.Y., and other family members. Includes records of paper production, employee records from the paper mill, accounts from the company store, correspondence and accounts concerning the Catskill bookshop, bad debt records, and gardening records. Diaries of Abner Austin, 1814-1852, concern mill, farm, and trading business with some notes of trips, church attendance, local deaths, fires, and doing jury duty. Collection also includes account books of Samuel Fowks, blacksmith in Leeds, N.Y., 1817-1833; cashbook and letter book of Nathan Elliot, 1819-1824; and record of the Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance Company, Town of Catskill, consisting of correspondence, policies, account books, and record of assessments and insurance costs levied against members to cover losses incurred, 1869-1902
Huse family papers by Huse family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The collection contains 10 volumes, including 4 account books of Dr. Charles A. Huse of Worcester, Mass. with a few diary entries, 1881-1884; a prescription book of Dr. Charles A. Huse, 1882; a diary of Charles Phillips Huse of a trip through Essex County, Mass. with his grandfather, May 1899; an undated notebook containing school exercises and memoranda by Irene Phillips (later Huse); a scriptural album of Sallie Bigalow with inscriptions and poems by her friends, 1857-1881; a "Helps Book" containing accounts for Presque Isle Hotel, Me., 1886-1888; and an unidentified telegraphic or cable cipher book related to the wool trade, annotated in an unknown hand, ca. 1926-1933
Austin, Henry, papers by Henry Austin( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Papers of Henry Austin (1782-1852) and members of his family concerning the Austin family, the colonization of Texas and the governmental and political affairs of the Republic of Texas; letters, legal documents, historical sketches, maps and a broadside
Papers, 1867-1977, of the Austin family of Southwest Virginia by Austin family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Correspondence the Austin family (of Illinois, Michigan, New Hampshire, and Virginia [Harrisonburg, Lunenburg Court House, Newbern, Petersburg, Pulaski County, and Wythe County]), primarily concerning the activities of William Porter Austin and his son William O. Austin, who between them served as commissioner of the 8th Military District of Virginia during Reconstruction, agent of the Internal Revenue Service, and chief deputy of the United States Marshall for the Western District of Virginia. Also, include an essay, n.d., "The Deserter," written by William O. Austin (concerning William Porter Austin as United States Military Commissioner in Wythe County, Va., and the apprehension of Samuel Bullock); and memoir, ca. 1926, of William O. Austin (of Wythe County, Va.) concerning conflicts between Unionists and former Confederates in southwestern Virginia, ca. 1867
Austin family by Austin family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
A variety of documents from the Austin family of Liberty, Idaho. Included are land patent certificates, water records, brand inspections, and Paris, Idaho co-operative scrip
Papers, 1656-1948 by Tucker family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Quaker family of Dartmouth, Mass. Papers consist of two series: Tucker family papers and Society of Friends material. Tucker family papers document the personal and religious lives of this New England Quaker family and include correspondence, diaries, financial records, legal documents, poetry, and school memoranda. The Society of Friends material illustrates the workings of this religious society in the New England area and includes correspondence, financial records, memorials, minutes, a register, testimonies, and writings. Contact repository for more information
Austin family letters, 1835-1854 by Austin family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The bulk of this collection consists of letters addressed to Louisa M. Austin, a mid-19th century resident of Perth Amboy, New Jersey and the state of New York. Most letters are postmarked from New York. Most early letters are written by Eliza Glover, the sister of Louisa M. Austin. Most chronologically late letters are from an A. Austin of New York, writing to his children, who appear to live with Louisa M. Austin in Perth Amboy. Other significant addressees include Hannah (H.L.) Woodruff, Louisa A. Austin, and a cousin Rebecca. Correspondence dates are 1835-1836, 1838, 1840-1843, and 1851-1854. The letters discuss family life, including illness, familial visits, and their social lives. There is some discussion by A. Austin in the later letters concerning inflation and the difficulty of finding a place to stay in New York
Margaret Austin Haywood papers by Margaret A Haywood( Book )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Correspondence, scrapbooks, and photographs, relating to the Austin family and to Austin's career as lawyer, superior court judge, and city council member
Civil War letters by Austin family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Letters of Austin family and friends concerning the Civil War; muster roll of the Citizen's Light Guard on duty at State arsenal, 15-22 July 1863
 
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