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Bacon Family Typescript, 1889

 File — Box: 1

Scope and Contents

Includes the following sections: Narrative of early PA, N.J. and DE / by Albert Cook Myers, Origin of the name of Bacon, Samuel Bacon, emigrant to Barnstable, Mass. c. 1659 / by Richard Wood, Excerpts from George Bacon‟s diary, 1813-1829, as copied by Francis Bacon, his great grandson, Letter from Dr. George Bacon Wood, written from Moscow, 1853 to uncle, George Bacon [a travelogue beginning in New York, through Europe and to Moscow, though not commenting on the latter], Extracts from the day book of Francis Bacon, 1847-1860, as copied by Francis R. Bacon, his grandson, Intro. to section V of the book, The Balderston Family by Francis R. Bacon, Descendants of Samuel and Eliz. Balderston Bacon through Francis R. Bacon's line, as of 1952, “Francis R. Bacon (Dean of the Cleveland School of Architecture)” / by Carl Droppers, “Where Santa Claus‟ workers live” / by Francis R. Bacon, written while with the Quaker child feeding mission in Germany, 1920-22, Envelope containing charts of ancestors and descendants of Samuel and Eliz. Bacon; also English ancestry of Samuel Bacon, the emigrant, Copies of silhouettes and genealogical information on Bacon family members


  • 1889

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