Hamilton County (Ind.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S2314
Scope and Contents This collection contains two items donated by the Northern Indiana Historical Society from their collection that are related to central Indiana. The first item is a January 23, 1836 letter written by James Hughey of Strawtown (Hamilton County), Indiana and sent to Calvin Fletcher in Indianapolis regarding an affadavit for 120 acres of land purchased for Fletcher. The second item is a list of machinery written on a receipt from the Indiana Newspaper Union, an Indianapolis ready print and...
Dates: 1836, circa 1910
Scope and Contents The collection contains meeting minutes (1910-1925), membership record books (1875-1895, 1900-1910), a certificate of appointment (1906), a badge from the National Horse Thief Detective Association, as well as other member and administrative materials from teh Poplar Ridge Horse Thief and Detective Company.
Collection — Folder OBC042
Scope and Contents This collection is a photostat copy of the Library of Congress collection of the same name (MMC-1624). The collection includes correspondence, indentures, free papers, business and tax receipts, deeds, family records, newspaper clippings, genealogical and other papers. The collection also includes military records relating to the Civil War and an 1832 contract to build the first African Methodist Episcopal Church in Indiana.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes deeds, wills, correspondence and other contracts dealing with the Sargent and other families who lived in Lawrence Township, in Marion County, Indiana ranging from 1837 to 1982 regarding these families.
Dates: 1837 - 1982
Collection — Folder S2151
Scope and Contents This collection includes a copy of "History of Salem M.E. Church," an essay written by Theodore G. McGill and dated March 6, 1932 and later typed by Ranyta Sowers on August 30, 1935. The subtitle of his essay states that Salem was the first Methodist Episcopal Church established in the state north of Indianapolis when it was organized in 1832. His history covers important events of the church over its first 100 years and includes a list of the pastors from 1832 to 1932, a list of the 68 class...
Collection — Folder OB226
Collection — Folder S541
Scope and Contents The collection contains letters written by Walter Q. Gresham to various lawyers and to his friend, Tom Slaughter, as well as copies of letters written to Gresham during his service as a general in the U.S. Army, ranging from 1869 to 1898. A handwritten note from Grover Cleveland praising Gresham is also included.
Collection — Folder S012
Scope and Contents This collection contains an account book (copy) kept by William Aldred from 1839 to 1865. The account book contains the names of individuals who purchased items in his store in Hamilton County, Indiana. A name index in not available.