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Gregorie, Catharine Sophia Macaulay (fl. 1766) Catharine Macaulay family correspondence [Decimalized .001- .109]

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC01795 Author/Creator: Gregorie, Catharine Sophia Macaulay (fl. 1766) Place Written: [various places] Type: Header Record Date: 1784-1859 Pagination: 10 folders, 100 items

Summary of Content: Correspondence and documents from the Macaulay, Graham, Gregorie, and Brickdale families, including: (1) Letters of Catharine S. Macaulay [Gregorie] to mother Catharine Macaulay Graham during her mother's trip to America and France (2) Letters of Charles Gregorie to stepfather-in-law William Graham concerning the illness and death of Catharine S. Macaulay [Graham] (3) Letters of Catharine S. Macaulay Gregorie to stepfather William Graham (4) Letters of Rector Charles Richards to Catharine S. Macaulay Gregorie, re: education of son (5) Later correspondence of Catharine Gregorie Brickdale with cousins Jane Fraser-Tytler, Anne Fraser-Tytler, and Isabella Fraser-Tytler (6) Miscellaneous items, some of which may be portions of letters from other Macaulay- Gregorie- Brickdale family papers

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People: Macaulay, Catharine, 1731-1791
Gregorie, Catharine S. Macaulay
Gregorie, Charles
Richards, Charles
Fraser-Tytler, Jane
Fraser-Tytler, Anne
Fraser-Tytler, Isabella

Historical Era: The New Nation, 1783-1815

Subjects: Women's HistoryLiterature and Language ArtsGlobal History and US Foreign PolicyGlobal History and US Foreign PolicyChildren and FamilyTravelBallooningArt, Music, Theater, and FilmHealth and MedicalPoliticsEducationDeathPatriotismMarriageFinanceEstatePoetry

Sub Era: Creating a New Government

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