Found in 53 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains programs from Mrs. Weber's music performances in Boulder and Denver (1891-1931): family genealogical information; material about her parents Mary Jane (McAlister) and George Lytle, including marriage certificate (1872) and her father's discovery of the Black Diamond Mine in Boulder County.
Collection contains a transcript of a letter from Andrew Washington Carson, Conyersville, Tenn. to Christopher "Kit" Carson; contains information about Carson family genealogy.
Collection contains genealogical records dating back to the 17th century: pedigree charts, family group sheets, family histories, descendancy records, publications, notes, research, and correspondence related to the history of the Arens family and other subsidiary family lines.
Collection contains ancestry records compiled by Armstrong: family charts, correspondence, birth and death certificates, burial information, military records, maps. Includes information on Reed, Armstrong, Heinze, Moore, Ausenbaugh, Eison, Wortman and Shannon families. families.
Collection contains genealogical records related to the Hyatt, Bell, Prather, and Stone families compiled by Aeola Brennemann; including correspondence, census records, deeds, will, DAR application, lineage information.
Material on Burbridge family history, especially concerning C.W. Burbridge, Weld County, Colorado pioneer. Extracts (typed transcripts) from family letters, 1838-1925.
Collection contains ledgers organized by location containing family trees, birth and death dates with family history notes; index of names.
Collection contains family genealogies (1693-1980s), photographs, correspondence, clippings, legal documents, and research on the Card, Baker, and Power families. Included is a photograph of the D. and B. Powers wagon train, Denver, June 20, 1868; Williams & M'Donald, photographers.
Collection contains personal correspondence; Sharrock family records; 2 scrapbooks of newspaper clippings compiled by Homer Eiler on the history of Tower Hill and Frog Pond School Districts (Illinois) (1936, 1940); minute book from Pioneer Amalgamator Company (Denver, Colo., 1877); Hook family genealogy (1612-1892); correspondence between Sir Edwin Sandys and Rev. Edward Reed (1817-1839).
Collection contains original family correspondence with transcripts (1845-1921), marriage announcement (1923), newspaper clippings (1889), obituaries (1839, 1889, 1905), digital copies of family photographs. CD-ROM contains additional documents and photographs.
Collection contains genealogical records for members as of February 25, 1938; membership roster listing names alphabetically and by county (April 1940).
Collection contains handwritten letter (April 29, 1849) to Crandall's brother, Thomas Griswold (1819-1860)., describes life in a camp outside St. Louis, Mo. and pending trip to Calif.; letter of transmittal (May 27, 1920) to S.W. Crandall from E.R. Eastman of the Dairymen's League News; genealogical information about Crandall and his family (1995).
Collection contains scrapbooks compiled during World War II containing personal correspondence, newspaper clippings; military handbooks and training manuals, insignia, medals; prisoner of war publications; Boy Scouts of America badges, correspondence, publications; items from Colorado's centennial (1876-1976); genealogy research on Fassett, Nicholls, Chipley, Emrich, Wright families.
Collection contains notes, correspondence, information on Fordham family members, financial information, family tree, family Bible (1837).
Collection contains correspondence (1905-1907) and chart concerns genealogy of the Holmes family: The Connecticut Holmeses (n.d.), showing genealogy of Francis Holmes of Stamford from 1671 to 1855
The collection contains the genealogical research of the Hale family compiled by Frances Mozetta (Hale) Currin. The materials include photocopies of marriage records, photographs, military and enlistment records, maps, death certificates, newspaper clippings, birth certificates, and brief biographies for Grace (Hale) Jordan, Frances Mozetta (Hale) Currin, and Dolores Ruth (Hale) Groves Finley.
Collection contains 2 genealogical forms filled out by Edgar Rees Huffsmith in 1948 on the Huffsmith-Shinn families for the Descendants of Colorado Pioneers project sponsored by the Colorado Genealogical Society; forms contain biographical and family information; reminiscences of a visit in 1868 by an ailing Kit Carson to Major Daniel Chessman Oakes of Denver.
Detailed genealogy compiled by Charles R. Iliff of Denver, Colo. contains photographs and some original correspondence.
Collection contains copies of documents related to the Ault Cemetery, Ault, Colo.: correspondence, cemetery deed (1903); genealogies; Brooks' chapter on the cemetery from booklet: "Mountain Memories, from Coffee Pot to Medlen Town" (1989).
Collection contains hand-typed and hand written index cards of vital records: birth, death, marriage for residents of Jefferson County, Colo. Older, incomplete records, with deaths occurring before 1909 are separate from the main index and stored in box 32.
Collection contains: Principles of Religion and Morality by Charles Stearns (1807) and Holy Bible (1791). Both volumes contain Stanton family birth, marriage and death dates.
Collection contains photocopies of newspaper clippings; correspondence and records of Hugus family and allied families: Carnan, Carroll, Barrett; ledgers from Meekers, Colorado store.
Collection contains correspondence, photographs, obituary, and family genealogy.
History of Koenig, Colorado, townsite, depot, and post office in Weld County. Also information about founder Mrs. Rudolph Koenig (Emma Schupbach Koenig) and the Koenig family.