The Resource Data CD filed with paper files

Data CD filed with paper files

Label
1801-2004
Inclusive dates
1801-2004
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
  • Genealogical research files, 1801-2004 (bulk 1938-2004), of the Stettinius family and related family lines principally compiled by Joseph Stettinius. There are also files compiled by Edward Stettinius, Jr. and his father Edward Stettinius. These files generally remain in the order kept by Joseph Stettinius. This collection also contains electronic research files compiled by Joseph Stettinius in electronic format using Family Tree Maker software. Non-genealogical information in this collection consists of the personal correspondence, 1913-1923, of Edward Stettinius exchanged with Carrington family members. Also includes a German fraktur of a baptismal certificate of Jonathon Mosttram, printed by E. Stettinius
  • Series I. Genealogical research files, 1865, 1913-2004. Consists of research files concerning specific individuals and families and correspondence exchanged with individuals concerning specific families. Contains genealogical notes concerning family lines abstracted and/or copied from genealogical internet websites, census records, family group sheets, pedigree charts, extracts from published sources, newspaper clippings, photographs, genealogical charts and court records. Correspondence written to research institutions, family members, and genealogical researchers concerning family lines also appears in this collection and includes research files along with the letters. This material remains filed under the respective correspondent's name. Notable family surnames researched include Beeler, Buck, Carrington, Cooke, Craig, Gamage, Handy, Harriott, Harte, Havemeyer, Holmead, Hyatt, Kneller, MacLannen, Mercer, Shepherd, Wallace and Wharton
  • Series II. Electronic genealogical research files. Research files compiled by Joseph Stettinius in computer format on Family Tree Maker software and containing biographical and family information concerning the Stettinius and related families
  • Series III. Edward Stettinius personal correspondence, 1913-1923. Letters and postcards sent principally from Emma Carrington in Richmond, Virginia, but also from other family members to Edward Stettinius, Jr. Principally concerns family matters and family health and illnesses, but there is also one letter from Philip Alexander Bruce to Edward Stettinius' mother Judith Carrington Stettinius concerning a possible article about the James River Canal. Also includes an undated namecard for Edward R. Stettinius, Jr
  • Series IV. German Fraktur. Baptismal certificate of Jonathon Mosttram, born to August Bernard and Eva Mosttram, on 18 December 1801 and baptized on 30 January 1802 in York County, Pennsylvania. The fraktur was printed by W. Lepper and E. Stettinius. Also includes a translation
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Action
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  • Described
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Biographical or historical data
Edward Reilly Stettinius was born in 1865 and married Judith Carrington. He died in 1925. His son Edward Reilly Stettinius, Jr. was born 22 October 1900 in Chicago, Illinois and was married to Virginia Gordon Wallace. He served as Secretary of State under President Roosevelt from the end of 1944 until the early summer of 1945. He died on 31 October 1949. His son was Joseph Stettinius.
Cataloging source
Vi
Form designation
Genealogical research files
Label
Data CD filed with paper files
Link
http://ead.lib.virginia.edu/vivaead/published/lva/vivadoc.pl?file=vi00912.xml
Note
Data CD filed with paper files
Arrangement
Paper files arranged alphabetically and then chronologically within the folder. Electronic genealogical research files unarranged.
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  • The Library of Virginia
Cumulative index finding aids
  • Inventory
  • Inventory
Extent
3.6
Immediate source of acquisition
Stettinius, Joseph
Organization method
Organized into the following four series: I. Genealogical research files; II. Electronic genealogical research files; III. Edward Stettinius personal correspondence; IV. German Fraktur.
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001517131
Reproduction note
photocopies.
Type of unit
cu. ft.

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