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Noyes Family Nuncia pacis. [Noyes family scrapbook]

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC02150.56.02 Author/Creator: Noyes Family Place Written: various places Type: Scrapbook Date: 1777-1895 Pagination: 1 v. : 126 p. ; 27.1 x 21.6 cm.

Summary of Content: Genealogical scrapbook. Folder 1 has 3 photographs of Noyes family homes, family letters concerning family history and genealogical details (dated 1806-1895), undated biographies and family record sheets, list of marriages performed by Rev. James Noyes (1712), photo of Noyes's grave memorial, certificate of military history, an 1879 dollar bill drawn from the Rhode Island Washington Bank, and a newspaper obituary clipping for Thomas Noyes. The second folder includes family genealogical sheets, undated biographies and reminiscences, a four-pence and five-pence note from 1777 Connecticut, newspaper clippings of ancestral lines (1895) and local history narratives. Family names include Noyes, Coddington, Hutchinson, Phelps, Stanton, Wheeler, Denison, and Babcock.

People: Noyes, Thomas

Historical Era: American Revolution, 1763-1783

Subjects: GenealogyMarriageMilitary HistoryDeathCoins and CurrencyBankingFinance

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