Martina Buck

Martina Buck


Archival Collection


BUCK, MARTINA, COLLECTION

BOX 1 BOOKS

Records of Louisiana Confederate Soldiers and Louisiana Confederate Commands, Compiled by Andrew B. Booth, Commissioner Louisiana Military Records, Vol. I, A & B, New Orleans, 1920, hardcover, 200 pp.

Records of Louisiana Confederate Soldiers and Louisiana Confederate Commands, Compiled by Andrew B. Booth, Commissioner Louisiana Military Records, Vol. II, B-G, New Orleans, 1920, hardcover, 1000 pp.

Records of Louisiana Confederate Soldiers and Louisiana Confederate Commands, Compiled by Andrew B. Booth, Commissioner Louisiana Military Records, Vol. IIIBook 1, G-O’B, New Orleans, 1920, hardcover, 1312 pp.

Records of Louisiana Confederate Soldiers and Louisiana Confederate Commands, Compiled by Andrew B. Booth, Commissioner Louisiana Military Records, Vol. IIIBook 2, O’B-Z, New Orleans, 1920, hardcover, 1195 pp.

The Civil War Dictionary, by Mark Mayo Boatner III, Lieutenant Colonel, Infantry, United State Army, Maps and Diagrams, by Major Allen C. Northrop and Lowell I. Miller, New York, David McKay Company, Inc., 1959, hardcover, 974 pp.

Proceedings of the Nineteenth Annual Convention and Reunion of the Louisiana Division, United Confederate Veterans, held in the City of Alexandria, LA on Thursday and Friday September 9th and 10th, 1909, paperback, 24 pp.

Business Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Convention, United Daughters of the Confederacy held in Norfolk, VA, November 13-16, 1907, paperback, 92 pp.

Year Book of Louisiana Division, United Daughters of the Confederacy, May 1907 to May 1908, paperback, 121 pp. (2 copies)

Year Book of Louisiana Division, United Daughters of the Confederacy, May 1908 to May 1909, paperback, 134 pp.

Year Book of Louisiana Division, United Daughters of the Confederacy, May 1910 to May 1911, paperback, 124 pp. (2 copies)

Minutes of the Sixth Annual Convention of the Louisiana Division, United Daughters of the Confederacy, held in Thibodaux, LA, April 12, 13, 14, 1904, paperback, 123 pp. (2 copies)

Minutes of the Eighth Annual Convention of the Louisiana Division, United Daughters of the Confederacy, held in Monroe, LA, May 8, 9, 10, 11, 1906, paperback, 125 pp. (2 copies)

Minutes of the Twelfth Annual Meeting, United Daughters of the Confederacy, held in San Francisco, CA, Oct. 3-7, 1905, paperback, 372 pp.

Minutes of the Thirteenth Annual Convention, United Daughters of the Confederacy, held in Gulfport, MS, Nov. 14-17, 1906, paperback, 444 pp.

Minutes of the Nineteenth Annual Convention, United Daughters of the Confederacy, held in Washington, D. C., Nov. 13-16, 1912, paperback, 600 pp.

Side Lights on the Battle of New Orleans, by Stuart O. Landry, New Orleans, Pelican Publishing Co., 1965, paperback, 60 pp.

Louisiana Soldiers in the War of 1812, compiled by Marion John Bennett Pierson, Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society, 1963, paperback,

Blue cardboard box with white flowers on top, 6 x 12 x 1½ inches.

Folder

Court Docket Ledger

BUCK, MARTINA, COLLECTION

BOX 2 BOOKS

"Kinsmen All"

Descendants of Wettenhall Warner and Related Families, by E. Russ Williams, Jr., Bogalusa, LA, 1968, hardcover, 843 pp.

"Kinsmen All"

Descendants of Wettenhall Warner and Related Families, by E. Russ Williams, Jr., Monroe, LA, Williams Genealogical Publications, Third Edition, 1991, hardcover, 843 pp.

Ancestry of Fanny Dunbar Corbusier

, compiled by Col. Wlm. H. Corbusier, M. D. Army, Ret. in 1904 (typewritten), hardcover, 139 pp.

Legal Records of Washington Parish, 1819-1897

, Vol. 1, Papers from the Personal Files of Hardy Richardson, Lawyer, State Senator, and Colonel in CSA, 1822-1882, compiled by E. Russ Williams, Jr., Bogalusa, LA, 1962, soft cover, 90 pp.

James Polk Morris, Sr.

, by J. Polk Morris & Sons, Inc., Kentwood, LA, 1967, paperback, 23 pp.

Around Kentwood It is Remembered

, by Irene R. Morris, from columns titled "Be It Known and Remembered," printed July 1966-September 1967 in Frank Lewis Brown’s The Kentwood Ledger, Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana, paperback, 49 pp.

The Samuel and Mary (Myers) Burris Family

, by Jesse Stallings Burris, Flora Mae Burris, and Mamie Lettie Burris-Simmons, New Orleans, The Pelican Publishing Co., 1952, hardcover, 354 pp.

McCartys of Virginia

, with emphasis on the First four Generations in the Colony, by Clara S. McCarty, Richmond, Virginia, The Dietz Press, Inc., 1972, hardcover, 131 pp.

Lewises, Meriwethers and Their Kin

, Lewises and Meriwethers with their Tracing Through the Families whose Records are herein Contained, compiled from Family Papers and from Reliable Sources by Sarah Travers Lewis (Scott) Anderson, Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1984, hardcover, 653 pp.

Our French-Canadian Ancestors

, by Thomas J. Laforest, Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupé, 1983

So Great a Good, A History of the Episcopal Church in Louisiana and of Christ Church Cathedral, 1805-1955

, by Hodding Carter and Betty Werlein Carter, Sewanee, Tennessese, The University Press, 1955, hardcover, 447 pp.

Pike County Mississippi, 1798-1876, Pioneer Families and Confederate Solders, Reconstruction and Redemption

, by Luke Ward Conerly, Nashville, Tennessee, Brandon Printing Company, 1909, hardcover, 368 pp. (there is also a xerox copy of this book)

Liberty and Amite County Sesqui-Centennial, 1809-1959

, In Observance of 150 years of Progress, Sponsored by Amite County Sesqui-Centennial Committee, paperback

Our Heritage, A History of Sartinville United Methodist Church, 1813-1980

, by Gussie Rials Sartin, June 1980, soft cover, 116 pp.

Mississippi Court Records, 1799-1835

, reprint of the 1936 edition with a New Appendix and Introduction, compiled by J. Estelle Stewart King, Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Company, 1969, hardcover, 193 pp.

Clark County, Alabama, Records, 1814-1885

, by Marilyn Davis Barefield, Easley, South Carolina, Southern Historical Press, Inc., 1983, hardcover, 210 pp.

A Glance into The Great South-East, on Clarke County, Alabama, and its surroundings, from 1540 to 1877

, by Rev. T. H. Ball, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Willo Publishing Company, 1962, hardcover, 770 pp.

BUCK, MARTINA, COLLECTION

BOX 3 BOOKS

Side-Lights on Maryland History with Sketches of Early Maryland Families, Vol. I, Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Company, 1967, hardcover, 461 pp.

Side-Lights on Maryland History with Sketches of Early Maryland Families, Vol. II, Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Company, 1967, (originally published in 1913) hardcover, 498 pp.

Maryland Marriages, 1634-1777, compiled by Robert Barnes, Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1976, hardcover, 233 pp.

Across the Years In Prince George’s County, A Genealogical and Biographical History of Some Prince George’s County, Maryland and Allied Families, by Effie Gwynn Bowie, Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1975, hardcover, 904 pp.

Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, Maryland, A Genealogical and Biographical Review from wills, deeds and church records, by J. D. Warfield, Baltimore, Regional Publishing Company, 1967, hardcover, 643

Kentucky Marriages, 1797-1865, compiled by G. Glenn Clift, reprinted from The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1974, hardcover, 258 pp.

Old Churches, Ministers, and Families of Virginia, by Bishop William Meade, reprinted with Digested Index and Genealogical Guide, bompiled by Jennings Cropper Wise, Vol. I, Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Company, 1966, hardcover, 490 pp.

Old Churches, Ministers, and Families of Virginia, by Bishop William Meade, reprinted with Digested Index and Genealogical Guide, bompiled by Jennings Cropper Wise, Vol. II, Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Company, 1966, hardcover, 490 pp.

History of Rowan County, North Carolina containing sketches of Prominent Families and Distinguished Men with an Appendix, by Rev. Jethro Rumple, published by J. J. Bruner, Salisbury, NC, 1881, republished by the Elizabeth Maxwell Steele Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, Salisbury, SC, Baltimore, Regional Publishing Company, Reprinted with a New Index, 1974, hardcover, 434 pp.

Annals of Lincoln County, North Carolina, Containing Interesting and Authentic Facts of Lincoln County History Through The Years 1749 to 1937, by William l. Sherrill, Baltimore, Regional Publishing Company, 1972, hardcover, 536 pp.

A History of Richland County South Carolina, by Edwin L. Green, Vol. I, 1732-1805, Baltimore, Regional Publishing Company, 1974 (originally published Columbia, South Caroline, 1932), hardcover, 385 pp.

Minutes of the Vestry of St. Helena’s Parish, South Carolina, 1726-1812, Edited by A. S. Salley, Jr., Columbia, SC, The State Company, 1919, hardcover, 296 pp.

North and South Carolina Marriage Records, From the Earliest Colonial Days to the Civil War, compiled and edited by William Montgomery Clements, editor of Genealogy Magazine, Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, 1973, hardcover, 295 pp.

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Proceedings of the First Annual Genealogical Institute

, January 10-11, 1958, The Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society, Baton Rouge, LA, paperback, 91 pp.

National Genealogical Society Quarterly

, Vol. XXXV, No. 3, September 1947, paperback, pp. 65-100

Report of the Conservation Commission of Louisiana from April 1st 1914 to April 1st 1916

, paperback, 155 pp.

McGloin’s Reports, Courts of Appeal of the State of Louisiana

, Bol. I-Part III, paperback, pp. 225-320

An Examination of the Legal Principles Involved in the Decision of The Supreme Court in the case of The State VS. Thomas C. Anderson

, paperback, 65 pp.

Opinions of Hon. George H. Theard, Judge, and Hon. T. C. W. Ellis, Judge Interpreting and Apprying to Fire Losses, Act 168 of 1908

, paperback, 11 pp.

Historical Sketch of Ann Pamela Cunningham "The Southern Matron" Founder of "The Mount Vernon ladies Association,"

Printed for the Association at the Marion Press, Jamaica Queensboro New York, 1929, paperback, 53 pp.

Louisiana State University Catalogue, 1914-1915, Announcements, 1915-1916

, University Bulletin, Vol. V-N. S., No. 5, May 1915, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Ramires-Jones Printing Company, 1915, paperback, 264 pp.

An Index to the 1820 Census of Louisiana’s Florida Parishes and 1812 St. Tammany Parish Tax List

, compiled by Mary Elizabeth Sanders, 1972, paperback, 34 pp.

Pioneer Women Teachers of Louisiana, Epsilon Organization, Delta Kappa Gamma

, compiled by Grace Bordelon Agate, Alpha Chapter, Lafayette, Louisiana, Savoy Printing Company (Mrs. Buck wrote a date of March 19, 1955 on first page of book), paperback, 88 pp. (contains a sketch of Annie Eastman)

Louisiana Products, Resources, Attractions

, A synopsis of Reliable Information Concerning the State, by Wm. H. Harris, State Commissioner of Immigration, New Orleans, E. A. Brandao & Co., 1885, paperback, 134 pp.

In the Highways and Byways of Louisiana

, paperback, 112 pp.

The Political Reformation of 1884, A Democratic Campaign book

, By Authority of The National Democratic Committee, New York, 1884, paperback, 301 pp.

The Farmer and Planter

BUCK, MARTINA, COLLECTION

BOX 4 BOOKS

Louisiana, Comprising Sketches of Parishes, Towns, Events, Institutions, and Persons, Arranged in Cyclopedic Form, In Three Volumes, edited by Alcée Fortier, Professor of Romance Languages in Tulane University, Vol. I, Biographical Edition, A-J, Century Historical Association, 1914, hardcover, 621 pp.

Louisiana, Comprising Sketches of Parishes, Towns, Events, Institutions, and Persons, Arranged in Cyclopedic Form, In Three Volumes, edited by Alcée Fortier, Professor of Romance Languages in Tulane University, Vol. II, Biographical Edition, L-Z, Century Historical Association, 1914, hardcover, 667 pp.

Louisiana, Comprising Sketches of Parishes, Towns, Events, Institutions, and Persons, Arranged in Cyclopedic Form, In Three Volumes, edited by Alcée Fortier, Professor of Romance Languages in Tulane University, Vol. III, Biographical Edition, A-Z, Century Historical Association, 1914, hardcover, 806 pp.

BUCK, MARTINA, COLLECTION

BOX 5

Folder 1

Correspondence 1892, 1927, 1935, and 1940 (6 items)

a) Nov. 20, 1892 - To Cousin Tommy From Cousin J. T. Warner

b) Sept. 1927 - Dr. Thomas Cargill Warner Ellis, Jr. info (2 copies)

c) June 6, 1935 - To Mrs. C. B. Grant From Kate Ellis Covington, Hazlehurst, MS

d) July 15, 1935 - To Clerk of Court, Boydton, Mecklenburg County, Virginia From Mrs. O.

E. Grant (carbon copy)

e) Sept. 25, 1935 - Mrs. Pattou From Josiah Ellis V, Washington, D. C.

f) June 1, 1940 - To Mrs. Moss From William Franklin Sands, Washington, D. C.

Folder 2 Correspondence Feb. 1947-May 1947 (20 items)

a) Feb. 13 - To Mrs. Olivia E. Grant From J. L. Perrin, Clerk of Court, Abbeville, SC

b) Feb. 24 - To Clerk of Court, Salisbury, Rowan County, North Carolina From Ollie E.

Grant

c) Feb. 27 - To C. B. Grant From Coma Garrett, Jr. Judge of Probate, Grove Hill, Alabama

d) Mar. 6 - To Director of the Department of Archives, Columbia, South Carolina From

Martina E. Buck & Carroll Buck

e) Mar. 10 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From William D. McCain, Archives, Jackson, MS

f) Mar. 13 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From James Thornton, Gittman Gittman’s Book Shop,

Colombia, SC

g) Mar. 15 - To Clerk of Court, Amelia Court House, Virginia From Martina E. (Mrs.

Carroll) Buck

h) Mar. 15 - To Clerk of Court, Dinwiddie County, Virginia From Martina E. (Mrs. Carroll)

Buck

i) Mar. 15 - To Clerk of Court, Lexington, Virginia; From Marina E. (Mrs. Carroll) Buck

j) Mar. 15 - To Clerk of Court, Orangeburg, South Carolina; From Martina E. (Mrs. Carroll)

Buck

k) Mar. 20 - To Clerk of Court, Suffolk Nansemond County, Virginia From Martina E. (Mrs.

Carroll) Buck

l) Mar. 20 - To Clerk of Court, Portsmonth, Virginia From Martina E. Buck

m) Mar. 20 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From R.W. Church, Virginia State Librarian

n) Mar. 21 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From J. Hewlette Wasson, Probate Judge, Laurens County

o) Mar. 21 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Jack Dalton, Associate Librarian, University of

Virginia

p) Mar. 27 - To Wilbur J. Blake, Judge of Probate From Mrs. O. E. Grant

q) Apr. 2 - To Mrs. C. Bullitt Grant From Mary Lou Cargill, Winder, Georgia

r) Apr. 11 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Mrs. Ida R. Dunny

s) May 2 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Frances M. Hails, Archivist for State of Alabama

t) May 19 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Francis L Berkeley, Jr., Curator of Manuscripts

Folder 3 Correspondence June 1947-Aug. 1947 (12 items)

a) Jun. 5 - To Mrs. C. Bullitt Grant From Miss Roberta P. Wakefield, Washington, D. C.

b) Jun. 12 - To Mrs. C. Bullitt Grant From Mary Lou Cargill, Winder, Georgia

c) Jun. 15 - To Martina E. Buck From Mrs. John L. Emerson, York Village, Maine

d) Jun.17 - To Mrs. O. E. Grant From Mary Lou Cargill, Winder, Georgia

e) Jun. 20 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From J. S. Burris, Concordia Parish Schools, Vidalia, La.

f) Jul. 11 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From J. Hewlette Wasson, Probate Judge, Laurens, SC

g) Jul. 18 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From M. R. Wilkes, Washington, D. C.

h) Jul. 19 - To Martina Buck From J. S. Burris Concordia Parish Schools, Vidalia, La.

i) Aug. 6 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Miss Kate F. Maver

j) Aug. 7 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From J. Hewlette Wasson, Probate Judge

k) Aug. 13 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Kate F. Maver, Washington, D. C.

l) Aug. 13 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From M. R. Wilkes, Washington, D. C.

Folder 4 Correspondence Sept. 1947-Dec. 1947

(10 items)

a) Sept. 12 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Kate F. Maver, Washington, D. C.

b) Sept. 25 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Kate F. Maver, Washington, D. C.

c) Oct. 8 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Kate F. Maver, Washington, D. C.

d) Oct. 21 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Kate F. Maver, Washington, D. C.

e) Oct. 23 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Kate F. Maver, Washington, D. C.

f) Oct. 13 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Virginia Sternberg, Director of Researcher,

Encyclopedia Britannica

g) Oct. 27 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Virginia Sternberg, Director of Researcher,

Encyclopedia Britannica

h) Nov. 4 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Kate F. Maver, Washington, D. C.

i) Dec. 4 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Kate F. Maver, Washington, D. C.

j) Dec. 24 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Kate F. Maver, Washington, D. C.

Folder 5 Correspondence 1948

(13 items)

a) Jan. 21 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Kate F. Maver, Washington, D. C.

b) Jan. 29 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Kate F. Maver, Washington, D. C.

c) Feb. 2 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Roger Thomas, Assistant Archivist, Hall of Records,

Annapolis, Maryland

d) Feb. 22 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Mary Lou Cargill, Winder, Georgia

e) Feb. 23 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Kate F. Maver, Washington, D. C.

f) Mar. 5 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Kate F. Maver, Washington, D. C.

k) March 20 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Kate F. Maver, Washington, D. C.

g) May 2 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Kate F. Maver, Washington, D. C.

h) Aug. 9 - To Mrs. Roberta S. Ellis From New England Historic Genealogical Society

i) Aug. 11 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Miss Jannie Jennings, Denison, Texas

j) Sept. 29 - To Mrs. Robert Ellis From Harold Dunbar Corbusier, M.D.

k) Oct. 31 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Kate F. Maver, Washington, D. C.

l) Nov. 28 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Mary Lou Cargill, Winder, Georgia

Folder 6 Correspondence 1952-1967

(11 items)

a) Feb. 14, 1952 - To Martina E. Buck From Mrs. Onida L. Holmes, McComb, Mississippi

b) May 8, 1952 - To Mrs. C. Bullitt Grant; From C. D. Wilson

c) May 13, 1952 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Mrs. T. N. Pulley, Jr., Oak Grove, Louisiana

d) Aug. 29, 1952 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Thelma D. Pulley (Mrs. T. N., Jr.), Oak

Grove, Louisiana

e) June 20, 1953 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From J. Kenneth Kerby, Phi Sigma Chi Fraternity,

Memphis, Tennessee

f) Aug. 2, 1953 - To The Adjutant Generals’ Office From Martina Buck

g) Sept. 1, 1953 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From WM. E. Bergin, Major General, The

Adjutant General

h) Feb. 23, 1954 - To Victor R. Cain, Reisterstown, MD From Martina E. Buck (carbon)

i) Feb. 26, 1954 - To Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD From Martina E. Buck

(carbon)

j) Jan. 4, 1954 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Owen Paul Spivey

k) Jun. 2, 1967 - To Mrs. Martina Ellis Buck From Eunice Lida Hamilton Winn (Mrs. J. M.

Winn), Rosenberg, Texas

Folder 7 Correspondence 1970-1975

(21 items)

a) Sept. 30, 1970 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Naoma Harper, The Genealogical Society

of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah

b) Dec. 29, 1970 - To Mrs. Martina Ellis Buck From Mrs. Richard Denny Shelby, Office of

the Registrar General, N.S.D.A.R.

c) Feb. 23, 1971 - To Mrs. Robert Hughes From Mrs. Richard Denny Shelby, Office of the

Registrar General, N.S.D.A.R.

d) Mar. 1, 1971 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Patricia W. Shelby, Genealogical Division,

Supplemental Applications (Mrs. Richard Denny Shelby, Registrar General)

e) Mar. 1, 1971 - To Mrs. Martina Ellis Buck From Eunice Lida Hamilton Winn

f) Apr. 1, 1971 - To Mrs. Martina Buck From Patricia W. Shelby, Genealogical Division,

Supplemental Applications (Mrs. Richard Denny Shelby, Registrar General)

g) May 4, 1971 - To Mrs. Martina Buck From Grioesta Wood Westbrooke (Mrs. Edward

Lynn Westbrooke, Registrar General)

h) Jul. 21, 1971 - To Mrs. Martina Buck From Grioesta Wood Westbrooke (Mrs. Edward Lynn Westbrooke, Registrar General)

i) Oct. 6, 1971 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Margaret D. Calhoun, Co-ordinator, Reference

Service, Alexandria Library, Alexandra, Virginia

j) Nov. 3, 1971 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Pinney H. Nobles

k) Nov. 17, 1971 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Margaret D. Calhoun, Co-ordinator,

Reference Service, Alexandria Library, Alexandra, Virginia

l) Feb. 13, 1972 - To Mrs. Martina Ellis Buck From Eunice Lida Hamilton Winn

m) Feb. 17, 1972 - To Mrs. Martina Ellis Buck From Eunice Lida Hamilton Winn

n) Jun. 21, 1972 - To Mrs. Martina Ellis Buck From Nancy, Santa Fe, New Mexico

o) Jul. 9, 1972 - To Mrs. Martina Ellis Buck From Nancy, Santa Fe, New Mexico

p) Mar. 4, 1974 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Rosemary Salter, Historic Mobile Preservation

Society

q) Feb. 16, 1975 - To Mr. & Mrs. Carroll Buck From Juliana Reichenstein (thank-you)

r) Jun. 10, 1975 - To Clerk of Circuit Court of Amelia County From Martina E. Buck

s) Jun.17, 1975 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From S. L. Farrar, Jr., Clerk of Circuit Court Amelia County, Virginia

t) Jun. 10, 1975 - To Bureau of Vital Statistics, Department of Public Health, Montgomery,

Alabama From Martina E. Buck

u) Jun. 20, 1975 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck; From the Bureau of Vital Statistics, Department of

Public Health, Montgomery, Alabama

BUCK, MARTINA, COLLECTION

BOX 5 Continued

Folder 8 Correspondence 1980-1981

(11 items)

a) Apr. 4, 1980 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Mississippi, Dept. Archives and History

b) April 15, 1980 - To Mrs. Martina Buck From Al E. Andrews, Jr. (Andrews line)

c) Mar. 16, 1980 - To Mart From Stanley T. Linn, Shreveport, Louisiana

d) May 6, 1980 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Al E. Andrews, Jr. (Andrews line)

e) May 19, 1980 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Bertha Neff, Archivist, Clerk of Court

f) Jun. 23, 1980 - To Mr. James E. Hoofnagle, Clerk, Fairfax, Va. From Mrs. Carroll Buck

g) Jun. 26, 1980 - To Early Georgia Marriages, Bountiful, Utah From Mrs. Carroll Buck

h) Sept. 16, 1980 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Joyce Murray, Early Georgia Marriages,

i) Feb. 2, 1981 - To Mrs. Martina E. Buck From Nancy

j) March 5, 1981 - To Mrs. Martina Buck From Phyllis Bray (Mrs. W. Lowell Bray, Jr.)

k) May 12, 1981 - To Martina From A. E. Andrews, McComb, Mississippi

Folder 9 Correspondence 1982-1991

(14 items)

a) April 7, 1982 - To Martina Buck From (Bill) A. E. Andrews

b) April 12, 1982 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Elma Thomas (Andrews line)

c) Jan. 9, 1983 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Thomas L. Carter (Ellis line)

d) Mar. 24, 1984 - To Mrs. Martina E. Buck From Lucy (Mrs. C. R. Vanness); Also 3 photos

e) April 21, 1986 - To Aunt Mart From Mrs. Mae B. Valentine (Valentine line)

f) May 13, 1986 - To Aunt Martina From Mr. & Mrs. Dave Wilmer Buck (Melancon line)

g) Aug. 5, 1986 - To Mrs. Martina Buck From Barbara Hammond Cooley (John

Worthington III- will)

h) Aug. 7, 1986 - To Mrs. Martina Buck From Barbara Hammond Cooley (John

Worthington III, Zachariah Maccubin, William Hood)

i) April 1987 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From James M. Perrin, Hammond, Louisiana

j) April 6, 1987 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From James M. Perrin (Info on Henry S. Addison)

k) May 13, 1987 - To Mrs. Martina Buck From A. E. Andrews "Bill" (Andrews line)

l) Sept. 25, 1987 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Mrs. Bert K. Robinson, Baton Rouge, LA

m) Aug. 30, 1988 - To Mrs. Carroll Buck From Dot Roebuck

n) May 16, 1991 - To Cousin Martina From Stephen Ezekiel Babington with letters from

Robert Babington to T. C. W. Ellis dated 1888

Folder 10 - Family History Material

(11 items)

a) NSDAR Ancestral Chart; 1st Gen #1-Martina Buck

b) Nov. 25, 1926 - The National Cyclopedia of American Biography for Stephen Dudley Ellis

c) Oct. 8 {?} - To Mr. James Burris From Phillip Kirchbain

d) Oct 1, 1955 - Cargill History & Genealogy- Compiled by Laura Bellinger Jones

e) History of the Warner Family by: T. W. Connerly, San Angelo, Texas (2 copies)

f) A Short History of William Magee I and His Wife Mary James, 1954

g) Index of Names of Persons cont., Pg. 154

h) Application for membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the American

Revolution for Maud Sands Addison Ellis (2 copies)

i) Application to the Louisiana Colonials for Martina Virginia Hamilton Ellis Buck

Folder 11 - Family History Material

(17 items)

a) Note card from diary entry of T. C. W. Ellis

b) Note card on Robert S. Ellis, Sr.

c) Note card on Robert Stephen Ellis, Jr.

d) Assignment book pages with Baily Early Community Marriages

e) Index - Old Faiffield Conn., - Jacobus Vol. 1, Pts 1-3; 4-6 Andrews, Connecticut

f) Willo Institute of Genealogy - Publication No. 12 - Fairfield County, South Carolina,

Wills 1773-1797

g) John Andrews Will, North Carolina

h) Andrews Family Group Sheets (10 pages)

i) Ellis Genealogy - From Susan C. Wilson (Mrs. Charles D. Wilson), Feb. 26, 1980

j) Owens Genealogy - From Mrs. Jack Stinson, April 5, 1982

k) Salley, History of Orangeburg County, South Carolina (3 note cards)

l) Wedding invitation - with info written on back of it

m) Ancestor Chart - starting with Harold Earl Haines; done by Ethel M. Haines

n) Ancestor Chart - Harriet Pearl Boyd, b. 7 Jan 1903

o) Twenty-Eighth Mississippi Calvary (Forest Cavalry)

p) Wettenhall Warner & Elizabeth Cargill line; Thomas Cargill Warner & Tabitha Cargill

q) Pedigree Form; Ancestors of Maud Sands Addison Ellis Palmer

Folder 12 - Family History Material

(10 items)a) Buck Family lineage

b) Family Group form - Henry Buck line

c) James Buck and Penelope Newman of Pitt County, North Carolina; By: Camellus Wilson

Buck (3 copies)

f) Family Group form - William Powell Buck line (3 copies)

d) Family Group form - William Powell Buck, Jr. line

e) Family Group form - J. D. Valentine

Folder 13 - Miscellaneous Genealogical Material

(13 items)

a) Note cards with family history on them (9)

b) Note card - markings; Dag Hammarskfold

c) History on the Allisons family with 2 note cards

d) Information on the Rev. John Gordon

BUCK, MARTINA, COLLECTION

BOX 6

Folder 1 - Newspaper Clippings

(21 items)

a) Dec. 14, 1951 - The Lion’s Roar- "Southeastern Students Mourn Death of President

Gladney Jack Tinsley"

b) July 7, 1963 - The Times-Picayune- "New Baltimore March Is Today"

c) Nov. 8, 1964 - Sunday Advocate- pic- On Retirement- Dr. Ralph Pottle

d) Feb. 10, 1971 - The Kinder News- "Kinder humanitarians honored by Rotary [William P.

Buck]"

e) June 25, 1971 - The Daily Star, "Sad Fate For Regal Home [The Annex on Duncan

Avenue]" (xerox copy)

f) April 10, 1980 - McComb Enterprise-Journal, "Old book brings stories of Civil War in

Amite County to Life: The Fight in Liberty"

g) July 24, 1981 - Sunday Magazine, "Sleepy little Sartinville: A town where human virtues

have a very American accent" by: Willie Prophit

h) July 26, 1981 - McComb Enterprise-Journal, "Genealogy collection donated to library

[Doris O’Dell Varnado Green]"

i) Newspaper clipping asking for info on the members of Fenner’s Louisiana Artillery

Battery formed May 16, 1862 in Jackson, Mississippi, 1987

j) Aug. 5, 1988 - Morning Advocate- "Sam D’Amico...the man judges call ‘the lawyer’s

lawyer’"

k) Oct. 1, 1989 - Sunday Advocate- "Kinder’s Buck in select coaching company"

l) Oct. 22, 1989 - The Times-Picayune- "Buck coaching last football season at Kinder"

m) Nov. 15, 1989 - The News-Digest- "Dutton Wall says, ‘just be competitive’"

n) "The challenge of Genealogy" by: Marie Wise

o) "Can Talk Avert Third War?: Negotiation Failed to Keep Peace in 1914 and 1939" By:

David Lawrence

p) "Amy Vanderbilt’s Etiquette: Restrict Use of Family Tree"

q) "In Perspective: The Purpose of Education" By: Max Freedman

s) "No Time for Collective Gift- an Editorial from the Wall Street Journal"

s) Engagement pic of Miss Mary Elizabeth Pallud

t) Engagement pic of Miss Lea Louise Pallud

Folder 2

- Louisiana Colonials (3 items)

a) Morgan Edwards Chapter, Amite, Louisiana 1975-1976 (3 copies)

b) March 13, 1976 - Songs Out of Time; A reading for the Louisiana Colonials by: Harrell

Weathersby

Folder 3 - Census Records

(10 items)

a) 1800 Index to South Carolina Census

b) 1816 Census of Pike County, Mississippi

c) 1820 Census of Pike County, Mississippi

d) 1820 Census of Pike County, Mississippi

e) 1825 Tax List for Pike County, Mississippi

f) 1830 Mississippi Census, by: Irene S. & Norman E. Gillis (2 copies)

g) 1831 Pike County Tax List

h) 1835 Tax List, Pike County, Mississippi

i) 1843 Tax List for Pike County, Mississippi

Folder 4 - Marriage Records (2 items)

a) Licence between Ezekiel P Ellis & Tabitha Emily Marner

b) Computer Indexed Marriage Records, Amite County Mississippi 1810-1899 published by:

Nicholas Russell Murray, Hunting for Bears

Folder 5 - Births, Cemetery Records, and Obituaries (10 items)

a) July 20, 1965 - Obituary (laminated) for Tucker Buck

b) Burials in the Ellis Graveyard (3 copies)

c) Births and deaths of Buck family as of Dec. 1959

d) Amite Cemetery, Amite LA- May 16, 1969, by Alta Mae Douglas & Lila M. Settoon

e) British Burials and Births on the Gulf Coast, Records of the Church of England in West

Florida 1768-1770 by: Winston DeVille, Ville Platte, Louisiana, 1986, paperback, 29 pp.

f) Eulogy of W. D. J. Warner

g) List of Ellis births

h) List of Burris births

Folder 6 - Genealogy Resources

(19 items)

a) The Genealogical Helper order form, The Everton Publishers, Inc.

b) Handout on Suggestions and items to consider in writing your personal history

c) Legacy, Newsletter of the State Archives & Records Service, Vol. 6, No. 1, Feb. 1982,

Baton Rouge, LA

d) Is that Lineage Right?- booklet Issued by the National Society Daughters of the American

Revolution

e) Catalogue No. 37 for the Ancestor Hunter- by: The Everton Publishers, Inc.

f) Genealogy & History, Vol. 8, No. 5, Whole No. 84, Sept. 15, 1947

g) Early Georgia Marriages order form

h) Folk Finders order form

i) Louisiana and Mississippi Lands: A Guide to Spanish Land Grants at the University of

Michigan order form

j) Resource Material on Alabama- Pamphlet

k) Info on Captain John Worthington from Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties,

pp. 144-149 (xerox copy)

l) L. D. S. Relationship Chart, by: W. Henry Chace (2 copies)

m) Blank family group sheet (7 copies)

Folder 7 - Hunting for Bears, Inc.

(10 items)a) Order Form

b) Dec. 1980 - No. 10- Bear Tracks Newsletter

c) Jan.-Feb. 1981 - No. 11- Bear Tracks Newsletter

d) May 1981 - Pamphlet & Order Form - Bear Facts (2 copies)

e) May 1981 - No. 13 - Bear Tracks Newsletter

f) Aug. 1981 - No. 15 - Bear Tracks Newsletter

g) Oct. 1981 -No. 17 - Bear Tracks Newsletter

h) Hunting for Bears Vol. 1, edited by: Nicholas Russell Murray

i) Hunting for Bears Vol. 2, edited by: Nicholas Russell Murray

Folder 8 - Court House Records

(8 items)

a) Probate, Fairfield, SC, Feb. 4, 1752 (1 page)

b) Will of Patrick Cunningham, SC, Oct. 22, 1796, (2 carbon copy pages)

c) Probate, Fairfield, SC, Estate of Ja’s Andrews Deceased, Feb. 22, 1804

d) Will of Benjamin Owen, Fairfield Co., SC, Dec. 3, 1804 (1 page)

e) Will of Elisheba Owen, Fairfield Co., SC, Oct. 13, 1817 (1 page)

f) Will of Benjamin Owen, Sr., Fairfield Co., SC, May 9, 1818 (4 pages)

g) Brief on Behalf of Plaintiff, J. M. Dresser Company, Ltd. v. Hibernia Bank & Trust

Company, Ltd., June 11, 1912 (4 pages)

h) Insurance appraisement (14 pages)

Folder 9 - United Daughters of the Confederacy

(1 item)

a) Yearbook (1992-1994), Camp Moore Chapter No. 562, Tangipahoa, Louisiana

Folder 10 - Certificates

(3 items)

a) April 15, 1947- membership of The National Genealogical Society to Olivia Ellis Grant

b) Nov. 10, 1962 - membership of Louisiana Colonials to Mrs. Carroll Buck

c) June 2, 1968 - Dedication coin commemorating the Judah P. Benjamin Monument

Folder 11 - Episcopal Church of the Incarnation of Amite, LA

(3 items)

a) Church bulletin - March 2, 1986 (2 copies)

b) Sermon on "Hope," March 2, 1986

Folder 12 - Blackstone’s Commentaries & Russell on Crimes

(1 item)

a) Blackstone’s Commentaries, Vols. 1st & 2nd & Russell on Crimes Vols. 1 & 2 (handwritten)

Folder 13 - 1939 Day Planner used as a Diary

(1 item)

a) 1939 Day Planner used as a Diary

Folder 14 - Miscellaneous

(16 items)

a) Pamphlet Standards in a Time of Need- Columbia University School of Architecture

b) Gittman’s Book Shop Bulletin No. 331, Columbia, South Carolina

c) Gittman’s Book Shop Bulletin No. 332, Columbia, South Carolina

d) March 11, 1947 - Letter and Catalogue from Morehouse=Gorham Co. Religious Books

and Supplies

e) Twelve Who Ruled by: R. R. Palmer

f) Constellations of the Southern Celestial Hemisphere

g) Cutline from missing picture

h) July 1984, Louisiana History Newsletter, Vol. 10, No. 4

i) Imported Holland Bulbs-Create a beautiful spring garden

j) My Duty-Pamphlet put out by McKneely Funeral Home

k) Receipt from University of South Carolina Press for St Helenas 1726-1812

l) Receipt from The Parish Bookstore for So Great A Good

m) Receipt from Legacy Publishing Company for 1820 Census

n) The Kings of Egypt, Syria, and Macedonia, to the End of the Period Embraced in

Polybius’s History

o) Note card with History on it, Publius Cornelius Scipio ob. in Spain, B.C. 212

p) Louisiana Troops At The Battle of Gettysburg, July 1, 2, 3, 1863

q) Key to picture of Cappell Family (picture frame no photograph)

r) Front cover of a Diary

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