Glendower (Lebanon, Warren County, Ohio)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 181 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder VFM 5735
Identifier: MSS 7959
Identifier: MSS 1738
Scope and Contents Account Book of Harner and Brant Store, Morrow and Ft. Ancient, Ohio. Listing date, customer name, purchase, amount charged and amount paid on account; also lists property rented, names of renter's, dates, amount paid. Dated 1854-1887.
Identifier: MSS 1746
Scope and Contents Account Book of Harner Store, Morrow, Ohio. Listing date, customer name, purchase, amount charged and amount paid on account; after 1898, only contains information on property rented, including names of renter's, dates, amount paid. Dated 1888-1946.
Identifier: MSS 1749
Collection — Folder VFM 5703
Identifier: MSS 7932
Scope and Contents A letter from Capt. Alexander Murry of the 13th U.S. Infantry to his wife upon his arrival in Memphis (June 1863). Murry writes about his journey to Memphis and on how he misses his wife. Also included in this collection is a receipt of payment to Murry for his services as Commissary Sergeant from March to April 1857 and an abstract of provisions issued to troops of the U.S. Army while on detached service in pursuit of Indians from the 19th March to the 30th April 1857. This abstract was...
Dates: 1857; 1863
Collection — Folder VFM 6339
Identifier: MSS 8554
Scope and Contents This collection includes genealogical information concerning Andrew G. McBurney and his family, residents of Warren County, Oho. Included are stock certificates, a newspaper clipping, a copy of Andrew's will, and a transcript of Andrew's estate.
Dates: 1887-1901; 1955
Collection — Folder VFM 5704
Identifier: MSS 7933
Scope and Contents Two letters written by Archibald Mercer from Millstone, New Jersey. The first letter, written January 2nd 1799, is from Mercer to his brother, John Mercer in Cincinnati, regarding loaning John Mercer money, The second letter, written June 26th 1799, is from Mercer to his sister, Susan Mercer in Cincinnati, in which Mercer refers to his brothers affairs and Susan Mercer potentially traveling to New Jersey.
Collection — Folder VFM 5713
Identifier: MSS 7942
Scope and Contents Letter from Arnold Snider to his wife, Hannah, while he was stationed at Fort Meigs during the War of 1812. He is writing in response to a letter that she had sent on the 15th of April. He reports recent casualties in his company after conflict with the British and the Native Americans allied with Great Britain and also inquires about progress constructing their house. They lived in Hamilton Township, Warren County, Ohio.
Dates: 1813 May 10
Identifier: MSS 1790
Identifier: MSS 1791