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Kennedy family

Works: 923 works in 1,583 publications in 8 languages and 100,299 library holdings
Genres: Biography  History  Scrapbooks  Diaries  Genealogy  Records and correspondence  Obituaries  Sources  Pictorial works  Personal narratives 
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An address on occasion of the funeral of John T. McCoun delivered in the Second Street Presbyterian Church, Troy, April 30, 1861 by Duncan Kennedy( Computer File )
1 edition published in 1861 in English and held by 103 libraries worldwide
Kennedy, Moore, and Southgate family papers ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
The collection includes correspondence, financial, legal, and business items; an account book; diaries; and miscellaneous family history records of the Kennedy, Moore, and Southgate families of the Indiana/Ohio/Kentucky area surrounding Lawrenceburg, Indiana, where members of these families were early settlers. The collection pertains to the daily lives and business interests of members of these families, chiefly 1830-1850
Thomas J. Watson, Jr., Papers by Thomas J Watson( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Watson was involved in political activities, such as supporting candidates and serving on government committees. His relationships with Charles H. Percy and the Kennedy family is documented. Watson served on Jimmy Carter's General Advisory Committee on Arms Control and Disarmament (1977-1979), Lyndon B. Johnson's President's Task Force on the War Against Poverty, the President's Commission on Income Maintenance Programs, and the President's Advisory Committee on Labor Management Policy. The Ambassador to Moscow series documents the nomination, confirmation, term of service, and resignation of Watson. Part of the series is personal or documents unofficial correspondents, requests for assistance, and travel. Social life in the Ambassador's residence, Spaso House, is documented
Joseph Peabody Family Papers by Peabody family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
This collection contains the papers of Salem, MA ship captain Joseph Peabody, his son George, his grandson George Augustus, and his grandnephew William C. Endicott, Jr. It includes correspondence, financial and legal papers, diaries, speeches, scrapbooks, records for Fiske's wharf, photographs, and genealogy
OM90-46 Kennedy Family Papers by Kennedy family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Correspondence, photographs, and postcards exchanged between members of the Kennedy family
Weber-Kennedy family collection ( Book )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Topics also include Charles Martin Weber's (1893-1987) activities as a civil engineer and as a representative of San Joaquin County in the state assembly (1927-1943); Helen Weber Kennedy's interest in the collection and preservation of the family papers and library; charities; recreation; and 19th century California agriculture and nurseries
OM90-46 Kennedy Family Papers by Kennedy family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Papers of the Kennedy Family
Ancestors and descendants of Christopher Columbus Simmons and Asenath Ann Kennedy Simmons, Washington State pioneers by Margaret Moore Keck( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
This is a photocopy of Margaret Keck's compilation of genealogy for the ancestors and mainly the descendants of her grandparents, Christopher Columbus and Asenath Ann (Kennedy) Simmons. It contains copies of some photographs, vital records, transcription of newspaper articles and 129 family group sheets
The Monthly Panorama, containing a biographical sketch of Sir John Moore ... and review of The Dublin Satirist ( Book )
1 edition published in 1811 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Harris and Kennedy family ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Letters relating to members of the Harris and Kennedy families of Mooresboro, Cleveland County, N.C., which were apparently joined by marriage sometime after 1915. Letters dated 1890-1910 are chiefly to Octia Harris, wife of Thomas Harris. Most letters are from her son C.B. Harris (Bin), who worked in road and other heavy construction in Columbia, S.C., Richmond, Va., and Rocky Mount, N.C., and mainly describe his social activities in those places. There are also a few letters to Octia from her son Herbert R. and daughter Esther, both of whom seem to have spent time in Mars Hill and Asheville, N.C., where Herbert worked for a time in a barber shop. Beginning in 1911, letters are chiefly to Maud Kennedy of Mooresboro. These letters are mostly from suitors, particularly Matthew Stroup of Cherryville, N.C., who wrote to Maud from Chapel Hill about his activities as a student at the University of North Carolina, 1911-1914, and, in 1915, as a disappointed suitor, from his law office in Cherryville
Kennedy, Bridgers, and Flowers family papers ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Papers, 1800-1982, of the Kennedy, Bridgers, and Flowers family of Goldsboro and Raleigh, N.C., including correspondence, books, pamphlets, deeds, certificates, and promissory notes. Many of the 19th-century materials relate to Richard Lee Kennedy of Goldsboro, N.C.; James H. Everett, attorney, of Wayne County, N.C.; and D. H. (David Henderson) Bridgers, landowner, of Goldsboro, N.C
Kennedy family photograph series by Kennedy family( visu )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Photographs of members of the Kennedy, Beal, and Stockdale families
Kennedy family by Kennedy family( file )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The Kennedy family papers consist of seven letters. The earliest (1817) was written by a young woman describing a mid-winter journey home through western New York by wagon sleigh. Five letters in the collection were written by Frederick A. Kennedy to his wife Caroline while he was serving in the Michigan State legislature in Detroit in 1846. Kennedy discusses current actions of the legislature, including the passage of a bill to pay legislators 3.00 per day, and the initial defeat and final passage of a controversial bill for the sale of the Central Railroad. The final letter in the collection was written by Kennedy's son, J. Benton ("Bent"), a Captain in the First Michigan Infantry during the Civil War. The letter, written in a camp near Sharpsburg, Maryland in October 1862, discusses the relative fighting merits of eastern "city" troops and western men in the Union Army. (Capt. Kennedy died a few months later of wounds received in action at Fredricksburg, Virginia)
Kennedy-Madden family papers ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
A small collection of family papers of William J. and Margaret Kennedy of Brookline, Mass., including family correspondence to Mr. Kennedy from Mrs. Kennedy and their children while they were away in Bryantville, Mass. (1911), receipts and bills for household goods and services (1886-1911), Margaret Kennedy's books of expenses for groceries purchased from Nellie Flaherty, and a few other misc. papers (1833-1911) and printed materials. Also, a few documents related to members of the Madden family
Papers of the Kennedy, Evans, Woods, Hinton, Coleman and Babcock families ( Book )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Letter, 22 Apr. 1861, from William Coleman at Ft. Moultrie (Sullivan's Island, S.C.), "I can hear nothing but the roaring of the sea and the crying of the sentinel," re an injury to Jim Reid who was suffering intense pain, and asking to be remembered to various persons, some of whom may be slaves identified by name. Letter, 20 July 1861 ([near] Richmond, Va.), re his arrival two days previous via railroad to a site "in the suburbs of the city," all safe "except one man, private Wren of the Catawba's, who was killed between Weldon and Petersburg by falling off the train whilst asleep. The company was in platform cars, we had a pretty rough time on the way.... Rain a plenty, no sleep and very little to eat"; news of a previous skirmish on July 18th "in which our troops under Beauregard were again victorious"; and orders to strike camp and head to Manassas, "when I commenced writing our tents were all standing, I have just looked up and nothing is to be seen but a body of men all busy in preparing to leave"; and reporting that he was sending an ambrotype portrait of his likeness under separate cover
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