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Family correspondence

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

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...

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

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 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...

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...

Letters between Betsy Reading and Edward Leathes about their engagement and his forthcoming ordination; letters from Betsy to her parents, and from Edward to her father, Revd James Reading, about reconciliation with his father.

2/5/1, 3-19,21,23-4, 28-9, 30-6, 39-40, 42-5, 47-50 Jan- Dec 1773, letters between Betsy Reading, mainly at Woodstock, and Edward Leathes, at Bury and Strumpshaw: he professes his love, regrets past errors, and sends turgid poetry; she promises no...

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