Mary C. Nye Collection
Box Folder Descriwtion
Correspondence written to Ichabod Nye, Marietta,
Ohio, 1806- 1825, including letters from George,
Jonathan, and Salmon Nye, Elame Stimson, and
Correspondence written by Ichabod Nye to Cyrus
Byington, 1830- 1840; and to Anselem Nye, 1820.
Commission of Ichabod Nye as 3 Lt. Colonel in the
Ohio Militia, 1804; last will and estate
document of Ichabod Nye ( fragments), c. 1840.
Misc. genealogical information on the Nye family
written by Ichabod and Mary Nye, c. 1830s.
Misc. Nye family correspondence including-
Joseph Nye to Paul Fearing, 1813- 1814.
Horace Nye to Dr. Samuel Hildreath, 1812.
Horace Nye to parents and siblings, 1812- 1830.
George Nye to Arias Nye, 1848.
Correspondence between Josiah Hinckley, Jr. and A. T.
Correspondence to Oliver Dodge, Marietta, Ohio, from
Nathaniel, Dudley, and Mary Dodge of Hampton
Falls, 1803- 1810.
Correspondence to Captain Nathaniel Dodge, Jr.,
Marietta, Ohio, from his father and siblings,
Correspondence to Augustus and Rebecca Stone,
Marietta, Ohio, from their children, Mary
Tilton and Sally Cram, 1812- 1822.
Correspondence to Benjamin Tupper from Edward
Tupper, 1808- 1809; letter to Sophia Nye from
Benjamin Tupper [ Jr. , 1826?] ; document
pertaining to the estates of Benjamin and
Edward Tupper, 1829; commission of Benjamin
Tupper as Colonel of the 10th Mass. Regiment,
11 Correspondence of Edward Tupper, 1805- 1823,
including letters from Jared Mansfield, Rufus
Putnam, Edward Tiffin, Ethan A. Brown, and R. J.
Meigs; letter to Paul Fearing from Edward
Tupper, 1817; accounts of Mrs. Edward Tupper
with Samuel Carswell and Co., Philadelphia,
12 Correspondence, orders, and other military papers of
General Edward Tupper pertainingto his service
with the Ohio Militia prior to and during the
War of 1812, including letters from William
Eenry Harrison, R. J. Miegs, and General James
Winchester, 1807- 1818.
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