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Family history

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 182 Collections and/or Records:

Lucius C. Embree papers

 Collection
Identifier: L052
Scope and Contents This collection consists of business, political, and personal papers of Elisha, James T., David F., and Lucius Embree ranging from 1800 to 1930. Elisha Embree's papers include receipts, accounts, land indentures, and other financial papers relating to his land and business interests; correspondence regarding his legal business in Princeton, Evansville, and other southwestern Indiana towns, including retained copies of Embree's letters and correspondence of his partners Samuel Hall and Charles...
Dates: 1800-1972

Maggie Moore photograph album

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: P048
Scope and Contents The collection includes a photograph album given to Maggie Moore by Mrs. Calvine Moore in Indiana in 1862. Inside the album is a clipping regarding Civil War songs, as well as 11 undated, unidenfitied carte de visite photograph and a tintype.
Dates: 1862, undated

Maria Hubbell papers

 Collection — Folder S693
Identifier: S0693
Scope and Contents This collection includes a photocopy of an autographed, typed letter from Maria Hubbell in Fort Wayne, Indiana on 1850/02/14 regarding family matters and education.
Dates: 1850/02/14

Martha Moomaw papers

 Collection
Identifier: L265
Scope and Contents This collection includes an autographed, signed letter from Samuel J. Keller in California; biographical information about the Keller family; newspaper articles about Kellers and other subjects; high school yearbooks and scrapbooks; and photograph albums from Martha Moomaw ranging from 1876 to 1931 regarding high school and social life, Earl Edward "Red" Moomaw's athletic career, and family history.
Dates: 1876-1931, undated

Mary Durham collection

 Collection — Folder S394
Identifier: S0394
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence and clippings pertaining to the Durham family, from 1820 through 1908. The oldest document is a letter by J. Durham in Vallonia, Indiana to William Graham, Esq., in Corydon, Indiana dated December 19, 1820, about the trial of Captain Rogers who faces court martial. On December 16, 1831, J. B. Durham in Indianapolis wrote to Walter Benton about "the removal of the Michigan Road so as to take it from Indianapolis to Columbus,...
Dates: 1820-1908

Mary Hughes Martin collection

 Collection
Identifier: L623
Scope and Contents This collection includes one family photograph album and two autograph albums from Mary Hughes Martin and the Hughes family in Gessie, Indiana and Danville, Illinois ranging from circa 1888-1911.
Dates: circa 1888-1911

Mary J. English family Bible records

 Collection — Folder S2412
Identifier: S2412
Scope and Contents This collection contains photocopies of the family Bible records of Mary Jane English, including the Bible's title page and the pages used to record the mother and father, births, marriages, and deaths. The Bible was published in 1856 but also records family births and marriages that occured prior to that date. The last entry to the Bible was made to record Mrs. English's death on July 22, 1892.
Dates: 1856-1892

Mary Mclaughlin "Pioneers, Mclaughin and Kinder Families" collection

 Collection — Folder S2054
Identifier: S2054
Scope and Contents Beming the overall title "Pioneers[:] ... McLaughlin and Kinder Famililies," the total history which is this collection breaks into distinct sections. The first section, a history of the McLaughlin family, offers insights into early Indianapolis. This prologue of McLaughlin histrny is a rich source of family names, including the Polk family, of which President James K. Polk was a member. In addition to memories of early Irvington, Loekerbie, the Grand Opera House, the old state house, and one...
Dates: 1950

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

Mary Schopp volumes

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S3042
Scope and Contents This collection contains three volumes. One is a travel diary, dated 1878 to 1920. The other two volumes are notebooks containing family information, daily notes and diary-style entries, expense listings, and poems ranging from 1864 to 1939. The entries are not in chronological order.
Dates: 1864-1939