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Correspondence and related papers

Includes, inter alia, printed poem from Thomas Damant Eaton to Kate (Katherine) Smee, 1854; newspaper cuttings concerning family wills, 1864, 1878; letters from Kate Smee of Upper Norwood, to various correspondents, including Frederick Smee and Fr...

Correspondence between Betsy Reading and her parents, and with her future husband Edward Leathes; letters relating to their clandestine marriage in September, and their subsequent stay with Betsy's aunt and uncle at Strumpshaw; letter from Revd Philip Reading to his brother James about his difficulties in America due to the political situation.

2/5/1-4, 10-13, 15 Mar-Aug 1774 letters between Betsy Reading, at Charlbury House, and her parents at Woodstock, including from Revd James Reading suggesting she views Saturn's ring through Mr Holloway's telescope [2].Letters between Bet...

Daughter, Elizabeth

2/12/1-25 Elizabeth Peach [daughter], Sundridge and London: family news, social engagements, worries about money, dismay at son Edward's impetuosity and expenditure on clothes [many with pages to son Edward at Norwich, rebuking him for childi...

Daughter, Elizabeth

2/14/1-4 Elizabeth Peach [daughter], London, Charlbury Place, Shillinglee Park: news of friends - 'I am living here very pleasantly & without any expense, why therefore cannot you let me enjoy a little happiness uninterrupted? You know ho...

Daughter, Elizabeth Peach and granddaughter, Elizabeth Leathes, from Sandwich (Kent), London and Bromley, (Kent) concerning social life including visit to cricket match at Sevenoaks

2/10/1,6,9,13,15 Elizabeth Peach [daughter, formerly Leathes], Sundridge, Kent [home of her second husband, Edward Peach], and London: investments, social engagements, they are going into mourning for her cousin William Nelson; including letters t...

Family correspondence

Includes correspondence received by Frederic Eaton from various members of the family. Some letters are addressed to both Frederic and Ruth Eaton.

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