Skip to main content

Family history

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 189 Collections and/or Records:

Culbertson family collection

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: G-109
Scope and Contents This collection comprises primarily photocopies of geneological research notes, photographs, and newspaper clippings from Jean Spigler ranging from 1790 to 2001 regarding family tree members, pertaining to the Batt, Campbell, Culbertson, Kirby, McPheeters, and Spigler families.
Dates: 1790-2001

Curtis family history

 Collection — Folder S3109
Identifier: S3109
Scope and Contents The collection includes a typescript family history entitled "Curtis Family History." The history begins in the year 1763 with Lottie Relander's great-great grandfather, who lived in Virginia in the early 1770s, and concludes with the 1870 marriage of Mary Gregg, Lottie Relander's mother, to Charles Relander, an immigrant from Sweden living in Danville, Indiana. Prominent family names mentioned in the history are Curtis, Sanders, Kirkendall, Reed, Ross, King, Stapp, and Relander. The family...
Dates: 1949

D. W. Welty collection

 Collection — Folder S1384
Identifier: S1383
Scope and Contents This collection contains photocopies of hand-written letters and lists of members of the Welde, Welty, and Bowstead families ranging from 1889 to 1890, concerning detailed genealogical information with family names, dates, and places. There is also an invitation to the wedding of Olive M. Wilhite to Hugh S. Hadley on October 26, 1890 in Lake Valley, Indiana.
Dates: 1889-1890

David Barr Robb collection

 Collection — Folder S1121
Identifier: S1121
Scope and Contents This collection contains photostats and typed pages which include family charts, a page from the family Bible, an 1830 speech about Mr. Robb given by Eliza Brownlee, undated genealogical information, and biographical information about David Robb and Joseph Eckley.David's father, Captain James Robb, was a merchant in Ireland but was arrested and sent to prison for transporting sassafras, during the tea crisis with the colonies. James escaped and came to America. Mr. and Mrs. Robb had...
Dates: 1812-1907

Dill family papers

 Collection — Folder S1819
Identifier: S1819
Scope and Contents This collection contains the commissions and appointments of James and Alexander Dill for the Indiana Territory and State of Indiana.
Dates: 1803-1837

Edith L. Moore collection

 Collection
Identifier: G-124
Scope and Contents This collection consists largely of the genealogical research done by Edith L. Moore and other members of her family, ranging from 1848 to 2005. Moore collected her own writings, family research, correspondence about her research, and created family trees. The smaller series within the collection consist of personal papers relating specifically to Edith Moore, her early life and career, the entirety of her correspondence and that of other members of her family, family papers, especially of her...
Dates: 1848-2005

Edith Silver collection

 Collection — Folder S2205
Identifier: S2205
Scope and Contents This collection contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, and other documents of Edith Silver ranging from 1939 to 1980. The collection includes a unique May 23, 1939 birth announcement from her sister, Gladys, that includes a blueprint of her sister's house in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and "announcing occupant of nursery, Richard Robertson Barr"; a newspaper clipping regarding her nephew (circa 1950s); copies of the May 11, 1944 and February 8, 1962 Arsenal Technical High School student...
Dates: 1939-1980

Eggleston and Gaunt family papers

 Collection — Folder S0853
Identifier: S0853
Scope and Contents This collection contains photocopies of family correspondence of the Eggleston and Gaunt families of Greensburg, Indiana ranging from 1829 to 1888. Correspondence sent to Eliphalet and Amy Eglestone (Eggleston) includes three letters sent by Amy's brother Asa Eddy (August 20 & August 30, 1829 and September 20, 1834) and a letter from Calvin and Amy Whitmarsh (March 18, 1830). James and Hannah Gaunt received letters from Richard and Ann Stivers from Mount Sterling (May 31, 1850); from John...
Dates: 1823-1888

Elijah A. Gladden collection

 Collection — Folder S0516
Identifier: S0516
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a series of true stories, written by Elijah A. Gladden, to be published for his grandchildren, ranging from 1923 to 1934.
Dates: 1923-1934

Ellis J. Baker letter

 Collection — Folder S1027
Identifier: S1027
Scope and Contents This collection contains a September 22, 1973 letter written by Ellis J. Baker of Tucson, Arizona to Edwin V. O'Neel of Hagerstown, Indiana regarding information about the Amos Butler family of Hanover, Indiana. Baker also shared information about his grandfather, Dr. Theophilus Parvin, a well-known authority in the field of obstetrics in the 1800s.
Dates: 1973/09/22