Manuscript Group 1101, Larned Family Papers, 1790 – 1863, 1904

 

Archives Documents, Manuscripts, Maps, & Photographs

 

1101.
LARNED FAMILY

 
Papers, 1790-1863, 1904. 62 items.

 

 
Correspondence, wills, and deeds pertaining to the Larned family
of Thompson, Connecticut.  Of special note are documents
pertaining to the Gloucester Turnpike Society for whom Thaddeus
Larned was treasurer, an unidentified diary covering part of 1819
that records the agricultural activities and other business
endeavors of its owner and his participation in religious camp
meetings, and the Master Roll of the 4th Company 2nd Regiment
Cavalry, 1818.  Correspondents and deeds pertain to:

 

 

 

 

Dresser,
Jacob Jr.

 

Dresser,
Esther

 

Dresser,
Jacob

 

Imlay,
John

 

Larned,
George

 

Larned,
Simon

 

Larned,
Abigail

 

Larned,
Helen L.

 

Larned,
Esther

 

 

 

Larned,
Frederick

 

Larned,
Daniel R.

 

Larned,
Thaddeus

 

Larned,
Noadiah

 

Larned,
Albert H.

 

Mather,
Pavins

 

Montgomery,
William

 

Robins,Ezekiah

 

Robins,
Enoch

 

 

 

Robins,
Thomas

 

Russell,
Alphus

 

Spalding,
Zadoc

 

Spalding,
Elisha

 

Spalding,
Edward

 

Tuthill,
Jacob F.

 

Welsh,
Moses C.

 

Wicksham,
D.H.

 

Willson,
John

 

 

 

 

 

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