Finding Aid of the Caleb Winslow and Family Papers, 1712 - 1941, PC.90

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Finding Aid of the Caleb Winslow and Family Papers, 1712 - 1941, PC.90

Abstract

Caleb Winslow, a Quaker physician, was born in Hertford, Perquimans County in 1824. He moved to Baltimore, Maryland, in 1866, and died there in 1895. Caleb Winslow was married to Jane Paxson Parry on January 14, 1852, and they had eight children.
The papers include correspondence of the Winslow family and several items of the Leiper and Knowles families, deeds, land grants, bills of sale, bonds, accounts, receipts, bills, promissory notes, wills, marriage certificates, estate papers, advertisements, warrants, summons, miscellaneous court papers, account books, 2 letter books (including c. 275 items), histories of the Winslow and Fayssoux families, account of Philip Jones' descendants, genealogies of the Fayssoux and Winslow and allied families, newspaper clippings, photographs, magazine excerpts, and miscellaneous material including envelopes.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Caleb Winslow and Family Papers
Call Number
PC.90
Creator
Winslow family
Date
1712 - 1941
Extent
2375.00 items
Language
English
Repository
State Archives of North Carolina

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Copyright is retained by the authors of these materials, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law (Title 17 US Code). Individual researchers are responsible for using these materials in conformance with copyright law as well as any donor restrictions accompanying the materials.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], PC.90, Caleb Winslow and Family Papers, State Archives of North Carolina, Raleigh, NC, USA.

Biographical Note

Caleb Winslow, a Quaker physician, was born in Hertford, Perquimans County in 1824. He moved to Baltimore, Maryland, in 1866, and died there in 1895. Son of Nathan and grandson of Caleb Winslow, he traced his ancestry back to William Bundy who died in 1692 in Perquimans County. Caleb probably attended the Academy at Belvidere, and may have gone to a the Friends' Boarding School in Providence, Rhode Island. He was graduated from Haverford College, Pennsylvania, in 1842, and also from the University of Pennsylvania in 1849, receiving his medical degree from the latter. Apparently he was an excellent physician, gaining prominence in Perquimans County as well as in Baltimore. After he had moved to Baltimore, he was called back to North Carolina many times to tend various patients. Caleb Winslow was married to Jane Paxson Parry on January 14, 1852, and they had eight children, only three of which lived to adulthood. The eldest child, Randolph, the donor of the bulk of these papers, died in 1937 at the age of 84.

Contents of the Collection

1. Correspondence,1808-1891

<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1808-1865</unitdate>, 1808-1865
Box PC.90.1
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1866-1868</unitdate>, 1866-1868
Box PC.90.2
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1869-1870</unitdate>, 1869-1870
Box PC.90.3
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1871</unitdate>, 1871
Box PC.90.4
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1872</unitdate>, 1872
Box PC.90.5
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1873</unitdate>, 1873
Box PC.90.6
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1874</unitdate>, 1874
Box PC.90.7
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1875-1876</unitdate>, 1875-1876
Box PC.90.8
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1877-1880</unitdate>, 1877-1880
Box PC.90.9
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1855-1891, n.d.</unitdate>, 1855-1891, n.d.
Box PC.90.10

2. Legal and Financial Papers,1712-1937

Deeds, land grants, bills of sale, bonds,1712-1890
Box PC.90.11
Accounts, receipts, bills, bills of sale,1809-1849
Box PC.90.12
Accounts, receipts, bills,1850-1866
Box PC.90.13
Wills, promissory notes, marriage certificates, bills, bills of sale, receipts, accounts,1752-1904, n.d.
Box PC.90.14
Estate papers, advertisements, warrants, summons, bonds, miscellaneous court papers,1785-1937, n.c.
Box PC.90.15
Account and letter books,1855-1869
Box PC.90.16

3. Family History

The Fayssoux Family and Philip Jones Descendants
Box PC.90.17
History of the Winslow and Fayssoux Families
Box PC.90.18
Winslow and Allied families
Box PC.90.19

4. Miscellaneous and Correspondence, 1852-1941

Leiper, Knowles, Winslow families
Box PC.90.20

Subject Headings

  • Fayssoux, Peter Dott
  • Jones, Philip
  • Perry, J.C.
  • Winslow, Caleb
  • Winslow, John R.
  • Winslow, Nathan
  • Winslow, Randolph
  • Fayssoux family
  • Knowles Family
  • Leiper family
  • Winslow family
  • Winslow, Caleb, 1824-1895
  • Winslow family
  • Jordan Family
  • Cannon, Joseph S.
  • Mayo, Charles H.
  • Pool, John
  • Skinner, Thomas G.
  • Seward, William Henry
  • Wilson family
  • FitzRandolph Family
  • Jones family
  • Riddick Family
  • Goodwin Family
  • Hurdle Family
  • Norcom Family
  • Newby Family
  • Hoskins Family
  • Maddox Family
  • Buchanan, James, 1791-1868
  • Winslow, Randolph, 1852-1937
  • Winder Hospital (Richmond, Va.)
  • Hertford Academy
  • Quakers
  • Haverford College
  • Temperance Hall (Hertford)
  • Society of Friends
  • N.C. Yearly Meeting Board School
  • United States. Army
  • Horse trading
  • Land speculation
  • Quaker physicians
  • Quakers--North Carolina--History--19th century
  • Truck farming
  • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Destruction and pillage
  • Physicians
  • Hospitals
  • Nonpublic Schools
  • Presidents
  • Genealogical Data
  • Truck farming
  • Horses
  • Inaugural ceremonies
  • Political campaigns
  • Slaves
  • Medical care
  • Universities and colleges
  • Medical colleges
  • Administration of estates
  • Military service
  • Draft
  • Belief and Doubt
  • Religion
  • Loyalty
  • Education
  • Travel
  • Voyages and Travels
  • Professional Associations
  • Pasquotank County (N.C.)
  • Perquimans County (N.C.)
  • Baltimore (Md.)
  • Perquimans County (N.C.)
  • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865
  • Pennsylvania
  • Minnesota
  • Iowa
  • Illinois
  • Gates County (N.C.)
  • Pasquotank County (N.C.)
  • Europe
  • Raleigh (N.C.)
  • New Bern (N.C.)
  • Vienna (Austria)
  • Philadelphia (Pa.)
  • Hertford (N.C.)
  • Dismal Swamp
  • Account books
  • Correspondence
  • Deeds
  • Estates (Law)
  • Genealogical papers
  • Land grants
  • Receipts (Acknowledgments)
  • Slave bills of sale
  • Wills
  • Acquisitions Information

    From the Biennial Report, 1924-1926, eight boxes of Winslow papers received from Randolph Winslow, Baltimore, Maryland; 1928-1930. Four manuscripts from Randolph Winslow; December 11, 1967, c. 65 items given by Mrs. Lloyd P. Tyler, Raleigh, North Carolina.

    Processing Information

  • Processed by Betty H. Carter, January, 1968. Encoded by Lee Todd, February, 2008. Updated by Fran Tracy-Walls, November 2019, for publication in Discover Online Catalog (DOC).