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Funeral service

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Aaron Maris funeral register

 Collection — Folder S0904
Identifier: S0904
Scope and Contents The collections consists of a register of funerals in Orange County, Indiana, ranging from 1897 to 1904.

Abraham Lincoln funeral train ivy

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: L616
Scope and Contents This collection includes a framed piece of ivy from Lincoln's casket while in Indianapolis, Indiana during the funeral train.

Funeral documents collection

 Collection — Folder S2101
Identifier: S2101
Scope and Contents This collection includes funeral announcements and a written account of the funeral of of Minnie A. Trueblood in 1899, from various sources in Indiana ranging from 1843 to 1936 regarding the deaths of Hoosiers.

John P. Goodwin papers

 Collection — Folder S525
Identifier: S0525
Scope and Contents This collection includes an autographed, signed letter from Wm. M. Cleary in Connersville, IN on 1848/05/01 regarding his son John; a typeset funeral notice of Samuel Parker Tappan of Brookville, IN on 1864/08/11; and a map of the Tygart's River area of West Virginia, a site of several Civil War battles, with locations occupied by General Morris.

John T. Waters collection

 Collection
Identifier: L175
Scope and Contents The collection includes account books for the Waters furniture store (1885-1891, 1904-1908) and funeral business (1875-1891); Isaac White's account of fines collected as Justice of the Peace (1881-1883); John T. Waters's business papers and correspondence (1882-1917), including receipts and correspondence regarding his bicycling interests (1880s-1890s), and family letters from Brownsburg, Hendricks County and Lebanon, Boone County, Indiana (1888-1889); and photocopies of Waters family papers...

Julia L. Dumont Gordon papers

 Collection — Folder S527
Identifier: S0527
Scope and Contents This collection includes newspaper articles, death notices, printed and autographed poems, and autographed, signed letters from various authors in Indiana, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and other locations ranging from 1829-1926 regarding legal cases, speeches, family matters, obituaries and celebrations of war heroes.

Robinson and Branham families collection

 Collection — Folder S1128
Identifier: S1128
Scope and Contents This collection includes twenty-three letters and documents of the Robinson and Branham families of Madison, Indiana, beginning with a list of purchases and costs in 1839, and ending with a funeral notice dated 1891. Two letters are undated but were written during the Civil War. A third undated letter was addressed to Miss Rebecca G. Robinson in Dayton, Alabama, after Mobile was crossed off. One of the documents is for the discharge for William H. Robinson who was in the 10th Regiment of...