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Kern family


Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

John W. Kern papers

 Collection — Folder: S0771
Identifier: S0771
Scope and Contents The collection includes two photocopies of a clipping about John W. Kern titled "Would Like to be a Vice President;" a photocopy of a letter written to W. H. Liggett, Kern's cousin, with genealogical information about their family; and a photocopy of a letter written to Emeline Liggett, Kern’s aunt, which talks about various family members and Kern’s memories of them.
Dates: 1908-1914

Kern family collection

 Collection — Folder: S2398
Identifier: S2398
Scope and Contents This collection includes a July 5, 1850 letter written by David G. Kern from Lancaster, Pennsylvania and sent to his brother Henry J. Kern at Milton, Wayne County, Indiana; a copy of the January 2, 1900 funeral address for David G. Kern presented by Rev. M. L. Haines, D.D.; and Barbara M. Kern's handwritten instructions regarding her funeral (undated).
Dates: 1850-1900, undated

Mary Ramier collection

 Collection — Folder: S1095
Identifier: S1095
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopies of documents and typed translations. Asbury Allegre wrote to his brother, Lorenzo Allegre in Fayette County, Ohio, on May 20, 1848, telling about his new son, Eberle Munroe. He says they have two stores in Albany, and expect a new railroad from Indianapolis to Belle Fountain, Ohio.The small notebook was kept by John William Kern of Amity Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, in 1839. In 1955, Lela Kern Richmann, granddaughter of William I. Kern,...
Dates: 1808-1955