Family correspondence, 1802-1824.


Family correspondence, 1802-1824.

Two letters, 1817-1822, from Louisa Charlotte (Cutler) McAllister to her Sarah (Mitchell) Herne Cutler and Maria Eliza (Cutler) Francis (1-2); one letter from Thomas Mitchell, 1811, to Maria Eliza (Cutler) Francis (3); two letters, 1822, from Julia Ward to Anne Clay (4-5); 68 letters, 1802-1824, from Julia Ward to Sarah (Mitchell) Herne Cutler (6-73); 25 letters, 1812-1824, from Julia Ward to Maria Eliza (Cutler) Francis (74-98); three letters, 1816-1818, from Julia Ward to Louisa Charlotte (Cutler) McAllister (99-101); and one letter, 1822, from Julia Ward to Richard R. Ward.

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SNAC Resource ID: 7802848

Houghton Library

Related Entities

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Clay, Ann. (person)

Ward, Richard, 1657 or 1658-1723 (person)

Francis, Eliza Cutler. (person)

Cutler, Sarah Mitchell Herne. (person)

Ward family. (family)

McAllister, Louisa Cutler. (person)

Mitchell, Thomas R., 1950-.... (person)

Enlisted 6 Sept. 1862 at Buffalo; mustered in as private, Company M, 11th New York Cavalry, 12 Sept. 1863. Commissioned as second lieutenant, Mar. 1865; the company came home under his command. From the description of Thomas Mitchell letter : to Capt. E.P. Dorr, Buffalo, [1876]. (Buffalo History Museum). WorldCat record id: 71303913 Minister. From the description of Thomas K. Mitchell papers, 1909. (New York State Historical Documents). WorldCat record id: 155447...

Ward, Samuel, 1786-1839 (person)

Julia Rush Cutler Ward (1796-1824), of Boston, an author of occasional poems, married Samuel Ward (1786-1839), a New York City banker and philanthropist, in 1812. They were the parents of seven children including Julia Ward Howe. From the guide to the Samuel Ward family papers, 1796-1857., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) Samuel Ward was an American author. His daughter, Julia Ward Howe, was the author of the "Battle hymn of the Republic" and o...

Cutler family. (family)

Ward, Julia Rush Cutler, 1796-1824. (person)

Julia Ward, of Boston, an author of occasional poems, married Samuel Ward (1786-1839), a New York City banker and philanthropist, in 1812. Her mother was Mrs. Benjamin Clarke Cutler (Sarah Mitchell Herne); her sisters were Eliza (Mrs. John W. Francis) and Louisa (Mrs. Matthew Hall McAllister); her brother-in-law was Richard Ward; Thomas Mitchell was a cousin; and Miss Anne Clay was a friend. From the description of Family correspondence, 1802-1824. (Harvard University). WorldCat reco...