Found in 63 Collections and/or Records:
The papers in this collection belonged to Mary Buchanan Coale Redwood, and consist of some of her personal letters, letters to George B. Coale and Charles Bradenbaugh, four loose-leaf binders of copied letters and records about her son, George B. Redwood, transcribed papers of the Hopkinson, Duche, Dorsey, Coale and other families, and copies of essays and poems.
This collection consists of scrapbooks, notebooks, diaries, and family papers created or collected by L. Josephine Moulton Stewart and her daughter Helen West Stewart Ridgely. Topics covered include: "Hampton," Moulton, Stewart and Ridgely families, child rearing, and the Colonial Dames of America.
This collection contains the research notes and collected resources--such as photocopies of land papers, military records, vital records, photographs, newspaper clippings, genealogical charts, and correspondence--of genealogist Claudia Schramek. The families represented in the collection include the Coursey, DeCoursey, Pearre, Duvall, Hall, Schramek, and Warfield.
Genealogical data on the Shriver and related families. The collection traces the history of the family from Alsenborn Germany. Ludwig Schreiber originated the Conewago, Maryland branch. He immigrated in 1721 with his parents and brother Andrew who originated the Union Mills branch. Related families include: Forney, Yingling, Davis, Trexell, Koontz, Zahn, Kupsco, Shultz, Fundenberg, Myer, Colbert and Kitzmiller. Also some material on non-related Shriver families.