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Morgan County (Ind.)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Baptist church history collection

Identifier: L189
Scope and Contents The collection consists of records, both originals and photostat copies, of a number of Indiana Baptist churches. Included are records of Baptist churches at Attica, Fountain County (1870-1899); Aurora, Dearborn County (1871-1883); Bloomington, Monroe County (1825-1890); Brown’s Wonder Church, Boone County (1840-1873); Ebenezer and Clear Creek, Morgan County (1830-1891); Eel River District Association, Putnam County (1825-1951); Lick Creek, Fayette County (1814-1912); Little Mt. Zion Church,...

Ephriam Myers papers

 Collection — Folder S1004
Identifier: S1004
Scope and Contents This collection contains photocopies of letters received by Ephriam Myers from his family, a receipt from the Indianapolis and Vincennes Railroad Company, and his daybook ranging from 1869 to 1885. Also included are photocopies of Sarah Myers' receipt from the Martinsville Milling Company (1907/10/31) and undated cards from D. Saucerman. M.D. announcing his practice in "Abbyville, Sullivan County, Indiana".

Erma Cox papers

 Collection — Folder S304
Identifier: S0304
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopied, typed and autographed documents from Erma Cox, Celetina Phelps and others in Martinsville, Indiana ranging from 1889 to 1959 regarding Martinsville, Morgan County and United States history and poetry.

Frances Parks letter

 Collection — Folder S1815
Identifier: S1815
Scope and Contents This collection includes a December 1, 1936 letter written by Frances Parks of Martinsville, Indiana and sent to Miss (Esther) McNitt at the Indiana State Library. In the letter, Mrs. Parks mentions that there is an interest in the community to reorganize a Morgan County Historical Society and establishing a museum on land once owned by Samuel Moore, the founder of Mooresville. She also mentions receiving papers at the court house from Miss Ida Fogleman, a direct descendant of Moore, and...

George Allen collection

Identifier: L003
Scope and Contents This collection contains the copies of George Allen's papers. The bulk of the collection is made up of correspondence between George Allen and his family, from 1856-1870, while the Allen family moved to Iowa, Missouri and Kansas. There is also an account book, 1866-1889, kept by George Allen for a general store. The collection also contains a cash book, also kept by Allen, in which he records all cash received and paid out. It is dated throughout the book and also has page numbers. As pages...

Quaker meeting records collection

Identifier: L467
Scope and Contents Webster Parry collected this information from Quaker monthly meetings, beginning in the 1880s. He compiled the information into separate record books for each Quaker community, not only from Indiana but also Miami County, Ohio. The information includes births, marriages, and deaths, beginning in 1708 and continuing through 1928 when he donated them to the Indiana State Library. The books were microfilmed in April 1964.

Sarah Ann Hampton Johnson collection

 Collection — Folder S2498
Identifier: S2498
Scope and Contents This collection consists of photocopied pages from Sarah Ann's autograph book while she was a student at the Friends' Boarding School from 1850 to 1852. Each of the students who wrote in her book signed their name, town, and date of entry. Mary M. Henley wrote: "May each season of this changeful life come frought to thee with some new blessings richer than that which has gone by, and the tides of thy early sensations as they subside in the truths of experience give place to these enjoyments...

Simon B. Hadley collection

 Collection — Folder S0562
Identifier: S0562
Scope and Contents The collection consists of a typed transcript of a daily log of miles traveled, expenses, and experiences during a move from “our old habitation” through Martinsville, Indiana from August through September of 1826 to “our own cabin”.