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Jean’s published genealogies include Babb Families of New England and Beyond, which she co-authored with Ina G.
Babb Mansur; and Babb Families of America of which she was the sole author.
Babbs are listed by locale as they spread down the east coast and across the country and are also included. Not every folder was digitized due to copyright issues with some materials.
The book states the accounts of his customers and his merchandise. BIOGRAPHICAL/HISTORICAL: David Barrett had a general mercantile business in Winchester, VA. (Bob) Collection, 775 THL SCOPE AND CONTENT: This collection contains items relating to the life and work of Prenith L. Itemized list of family correspondence follows the inventory. Researchers may also wish to consult Defend the Valley: A Shenandoah Family in the Civil War by Margaretta Barton Colt (New York: Orion Books, 1994), call number 975.5 COL, in the Archives Reading Room. The family lived on Cameron Street, and owned the farm at Springdale.
Also included are items of interest about Winchester, VA, including a Russell account book and the minutes of the Grange #145 commencing with the organizational meeting on April 15, 1874 through March 2, 1878. Gibson Baker, son of Goodwin Baker and Lucie Gibson, married Katherine E.
Smith in 1925 at the home of his grandparents Josiah and Alcinda (Osborn) Baker.
By trade, he was a butcher and a general merchandise dealer. The account book lists his clients by name along with their accounts for the legal services Baker provided. He was also a writer and church elder at Kent Street Presbyterian Church in Winchester. Boxes 1-3 are exclusively about genealogical inquiries and responses by Julian Baker, c. He died of a heart attack on March 10, 1949 at his home in Winchester, VA. Also included is an exhibit catalog, 1927, entitled, "The Catalogue of the Centenary Exhibition of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad." (1 box) Last updated 10/10.
BIOGRAPHICAL/HISTORICAL: The Baltimore and Ohio (B&O) Railroad was chartered by the state of Maryland on February 28, 1827 and incorporated on April 24, 1827 with Philip E. The development of the railroad was a reaction to the success of the Erie Canal and how that would affect the city of Baltimore. The railroad began to grow and in 1871 expanded its tracks to Pittsburgh, and in 1874 into Chicago; and by 1886 into Philadelphia.Babb Family Association Collection, 1632 THL SCOPE AND CONTENT: Genealogical materials compiled by Jean A.