Found in 734 Collections and/or Records:
Lewis Clark genealogical material
Genealogy of Lewis Clark, including pedigree charts, handwritten notes, and letters, 1674-1954.
Clifford / by Susa A. Talmage
Colin Cambell financial statement, 1799 June 19
Financial statement of the estate of Colin Cambell, accounts due, dated June 19, 1799.
Collection of family histories
Contains photocopy packets with information on various families compiled in the early 1980s.
Coltrin family papers
Typescript containing biographical sketches of John Coltrin, John Coltrin, Jr., and Graham Coltrin, with genealogical data. Includes two Latter-day Saint Church family group sheets on the Graham Coltrin family and a letter from the donor.
Compiled information on Ann Pitchforth
Includes biographical sketches, references copied from articles and books, and genealogical data. Also includes copies of letters written by Ann Pitchforth; and information on two of her children, Samuel Pitchforth and Mercy Ann Pitchforth Jenkins, who settled in Nephi, Utah.
Cooper family genealogy records, approximately 1944-1977
Subseries contains genealogical information about the Cooper and Woodson families, including correspondence and lists. Materials date from approximately 1944 to 1972.
Cooper family records, 1922-1972
Contains correspondence, clippings, and photographs related to Cooper's family. Includes genealogical information, as well as materials on his wife and children. Materials date from 1922 to 1972.
Copies of five certificates, 1788 March 11
Copies of 5 certificates, signed by William Smith, Phillip Price, William Kinley, Caleb Ash and Adam Guier, dealing with the partnership of Kintzing and Pemberton, also a copy of a letter from William Pollard to the auditors of Kintzing and Pemberton’s account, on the certificates, dated March 11, 1788.
Copley family papers
Handwritten personal correspondence and printed business letters pertaining to silver mining in New Mexico (1861-1904), diary by Edward Copely about his journeys as a gold miner through Washington (1861), and genealogy of the Saunders, Little, and Abbott families. Also available are photographs of Edward and Susan Copely in the BYU Photo Archives.