2 edition of Parsons family papers found in the catalog.
Parsons family papers
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Correspondence, legal documents, account book, newspaper clippings, printed matter, and other papers chiefly of Samuel Holden Parsons (1737-1789), his son, Enoch Parsons, and Enoch"s son, Samuel Holden Parsons (1800-1871). Includes a 1778 letter from General Parsons to his friend, American loyalist William Walter, in which he argues the colonists" cause. Also includes material on Parsons"s work for the Ohio Company relating to land development near Marietta, Ohio, and in the Western Reserve. Other topics include Indians in the Old Northwest, the nullification controversy, and family matters. Family correspondents include Mary Sullivan Parsons Dickson, Enoch Thomas Parsons, Henry Ethelbert Parsons, Jonathan Parsons, and Mehetabel Mather Parsons. Other correspondents include Richard Butler, Oliver Ellsworth, Jonathan Greenleaf, Benjamin Huntington, Joel Munsell, Israel Putnam, Benjamin F. Wade, and Elisha Whittlesey.
|Contributions||Parsons, Samuel Holden, 1737-1789, Parsons, Samuel Holden, 1800-1871|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||80 1 1 0.2|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||78035550|
The Parsons Family Association was founded in by Rev. Frank E. Miller of Lowville, NY as the Cornet Joseph Parsons Descendants first meeting of the Association, a picnic lunch, was held in Boonville, NY on Aug In the name was changed slightly to the Cornet Joseph Parsons Association of America, and after included . Talcott Parsons was born on Decem in Colorado Springs. His family consisted of five siblings and his mother and father, Mary Ingersol Parsons and Edward Parson. Parsons was academically pushed by his father, who was the first in the family to attend college.
Parsons, T., & Bales, R. F. (Eds.) (). Family, socialization and interaction process. New York: Free Press. has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Comparison of Feminine Gender Norms among Spanish and American College Women. AUTHORS: María del Pilar Sánchez-López, Isabel Cuéllar-Flores. The Parsons Genealogy and Family Tree Page Welcome to the Parsons Family page at Surname Finder, a service of Genealogy Today. Our editors have compiled this checklist of genealogical resources, combining links to commercial databases along with user-contributed information and web sites for the Parsons surname.
The collection consists of the papers of Sara Mitchell Parsons from The papers include correspondence, photographs, printed material, a scrapbook, and writings by Parsons. The bulk of the correspondence is from the late s through and relates to her book, From Southern Wrongs to Civil Rights, and its publication. Parsons said this shift from family to state responsibility was a natural outcome of social evolution rather than demise. The isolated nuclear family had evolved from the classic extended family due to a reduction of the functions of the family – particularly with the family ceasing to be an economic unit of production.
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Papers,of the Parsons family, comprising three volumes of typescript copies of letters () written by the Rev and Mrs Parsons from Yunnan, China, the subjects including family matters and mission activities, descriptions of local people and culture, and references to the Miao language; unpublished Hua Miao-English dictionary and phrase book written by P.
About the Parsons Family Papers () The Parsons Family papers are divided into four series: Series 1 covers the periodSeries 2 comprises the Civil War years from May Apriland Series 3 contains letters from to the beginning of the 20th Century.
Parsons family papers, Hagerstown, Indiana, including business letters of A. Parsons and a civil war letter of George W. Parsons about Andersonville prison [Anonymous] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages.
Parsons Family Papers, – MS Provenance: The Parsons Family Papers were placed on deposit at the Parsons family papers book Athenaeum in June by the Rye Historical Society. The Rye Historical Society received the papers as a gift from members of the Parsons Family.
Guide to the Parsons family papers, [ca. ] BANC MSS C-B No online items Includes souvenirs, certificates, etc., relating to American Red Cross service, address book, theater programs, christmas cards, and World War II ration books.
This collection includes correspondence of Sarah E. Parsons and her husband W. Parsons, who served in the Civil War in the 12th Alabama Infantry Regiment and was killed in October at the Battle of Cedar Creek in Virginia.
Six letters written to Sarah from her husband appear to date from The Parsons family papers consist primarily of the business records and personal papers of George Parsons and his sons Henry and William Usher Parsons.
They reflect the involvement of the Parsons family in the banking, interurban railroad, steel and coal businesses, primarily in Georgia, South Carolina and Alabama.
The papers are arranged in. The Parsons Family Papers consist of the shipping, business, and personal papers of a successful Gloucester, Massachusetts, merchant family. The collection contains shipping papers of ship owner and master Aaron Parsons Sr. (), and privateering, merchant, and wharfage papers of his sons, Aaron Jr.
() and Winthrop Parsons ( Talcott Parsons, an American sociologist, introduced Max Weber to American sociology and became himself the leading theorist of American sociology after World War II.
His Structure of Social Action () is a detailed comparison of Alfred Marshall, Emile Durkheim, Max Weber, and Vilfredo Pareto. Originals owned in the s by James P. Hartig. Parsons family papers, Hagerstown, Indiana, including business letters of A.
Parsons and a civil war letter of George W. Parsons about Andersonville prisonPages: A genealogy of the Parsons family and lists of home remedies compiled by Edward and Jacob Parsons are also included. See folder 21 of this collection for more family genealogy information. At the end of the papers is a daybook of James Nelson of Frenchtown, Monroe County, Michigan for the years and printed materials on various topics.
The papers in this collection were largely donated by Francis Parsons of Hartford, Connecticut, and document his ancestors from five generations above him, all descendants of Robert Williams () and his wife Elizabeth Stalham (), who emigrated from England to Roxbury, Massachusetts, in the seventeenth century.
William Parsons Son of Robert Parsons and Eleanor Hines or Susannah (maybe Stokes) of Albemarle Parish Va. Born May be buried with son James at Parsons Family Cemetery Pickens County South Carolina, USA Or may be buried in NC before sons Edmund and James moved to SC as young boys.
Married Mary aka Polly Burial: Parsons Family Cemetery, Liberty, Pickens. Initially, the PFAWR was primarily focused on the descendants of Cornet Joseph Parsons, Sr., and his wife, Mary Bliss Parsons (our immigrant ancestors). As our organization grew, our interest expanded to include his parents, William Parsons and his wife, Margaret Hoskins of Beaminster, Co.
Dorset, England (ca ), and all of their descendants. #62Ancestors Brinkworth Broad Town Cemeteries Challenges Elderkin Family History Advice Hook Lydiard Park Medal Rehoming My Books My Family Photo Rehoming Scrapbooking Tockenham Wootton Bassett WW1 WW2.
Page 40 - Cornet Joseph Parsons was preeminently a business man, with the courage and enterprise which peculiarly fitted him to take a leading part in the settlement of a new country. Savage says that he was "the most enterprising man in the Connecticut valley for a quarter of a century," and Burt, in his Monograph, says that "with perhaps a single exception he was the 4/5(1).
Collection Number RL Title Estridge family papers Date Extent Linear Feet, 6 volumes in 5 boxes Repository David M.
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Talcott Parsons was a very revered American s came from a very religious and socially aware first studying biology, Parsons soon got attracted to the world of economics and sociology.
To get a wide variety of different view, Parsons studied not only in America, but in Europe as s began teaching at Harvard where he was. Family Socialization and Interaction Process Volume 7 of International library of sociology and social reconstruction International library of sociology Volume 7 of Sociology of gender and the family: in 15 volumes Volume 7 of The sociology of gender and 3/5(2).from the burnt wreckage of Parsons Paper Company No.
2 at Sargeant St. SERIES 1 consists of a volume set of Technical Association Papers that range from A book set of Bibliographies of Papermaking ranging from Common stock certificates and a payroll ledger with a date range of File Size: KB.Jeffords Family Papers 2 Scope and Content.
The papers consist of legal documents, genealogy notes, diaries, account books, letters and photographs from four generations of Williamstown families: Parsons, Pratt and Jeffords.
The papers span the period from to the s. Although the time.