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William Hayes Papers

   
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  1. Hayes Letter 1829050901, S. L. Vedder & George Shearer to William Hayes
    Letter accusing William Hayes of stealing.
    Manuscript, 8 inches wide x 11 1/2 inches high.

  2. Hayes Letter 1829081301, Oliver Bannister to William Hayes
    Oliver Bannister tells of his journey from upstate New York, to Randolph County, Illinois.
    Manuscript, 8 inches wide x 12 high and 8 inches wide x 9 high.

  3. Hayes Letter 1829112001, Oliver Bannister to William Hayes
    Oliver Bannister writes of church and family news from Randolph County, Illinois.
    Manuscript, 15 6/8 inches wide x 12 inches high.

  4. Hayes Letter 1830010501, H. J. John to William Hayes
    H.J. John writes telling of land opportunities in Ohio.
    Manuscript, 15 5/8 inches x 12 6/8 inches.

  5. Hayes Letter 1830011301, Oliver Bannister to William Hayes
    Oliver Bannister writes of his life in Randolph County, Illinois.
    Manuscript, 8 inches x 12 inches.

  6. Hayes Letter 1830012301, Charles Taylor & H. J. John to William Hayes
    Charles Taylor writes of family business.
    Manuscript, 15 5/8 inches x 12 6/8 inches.

  7. Hayes Letter 1830061101, Ursula M. Taylor to Jane Cownover and William & Anna Hayes
    Ursula Taylor writes of family business.
    Manuscript, 8 inches x 12 1/2 inches.

  8. Hayes Letter 1830ca080601, Oliver Bannister to William and Anna Hayes
    The Bannisters write telling how wonderful their new home in Randolph County is and urge the Hayes family to move to be near them.
    Manuscript, 8 inches x 12 4/8 inches.

  9. Hayes Letter 1831010601, Robert McKee to William Hayes
    Rev. Robert McKee writes of his move to Troy, N.Y.
    Manuscript, 15 1/2 inches x 12 6/8 inches.

  10. Hayes Letter 1831052301, Walter Miller to William Hayes
    Written from Scotland, this letter tells William Hayes that Walter Miller probably will not be immigrating to America.
    Manuscript, 16 inches x 10 inches.

  11. Hayes Letter 1831060101, Michael J. Johnston to William Hayes
    Johnston writes that his wife, Jane, who is ill, would like Anna Hayes to send her some mint and featherfew. (This is possibly feverfew.)
    Manuscript, 13 inches x 8 inches.

  12. Hayes Letter 1832010501, John McLeod to William Hayes
    McLeod writes of his family's health.
    Manuscript, 12 5/8 inches x 8 inches.

  13. Hayes Letter 1832031501, John McLeod to William Hayes
    Rev. McLeod writes of his family's health and his work as a pastor.
    Manuscript, 15 6/8 inches x 10 inches.

  14. Hayes Letter 1832041001, John McLeod to William Hayes
    Rev. McLeod writes of his travels.
    Manuscript, 8 inches x 10 inches.

  15. Hayes Letter 1832050101, Michael J. Johnston to William Hayes
    Michael Johnston writes of family and business news.
    Manuscript, 7 5/8 inches x 12 5/8 inches.

  16. Hayes Letter 1832061501, Andrew Miller to William Hayes
    Andrew Miller writes of a split in the Covenanter Congregation, of Indian trouble, and tells of some acreage for sale near where he lives in Randolph County.
    Manuscript, 15 1/2 inches x 10 inches.

  17. Hayes Letter 1832082201, Michael J. Johnston to William Hayes
    Michael Johnston writes of the cholera epidemic in Albany.
    Manuscript, 15 inches x 9 inches.

  18. Hayes Letter 1832091801, John McLeod to William Hayes
    McLeod writes asking William to arrange an auction to dispose of his things.
    Manuscript, 7 inches x 10 inches.

  19. Hayes Letter 1832100201, Robert R. Johnston to William Hayes
    Johnston writes about paying taxes on some land in Illinois.
    Manuscript, 7 5/8 inches x 11 6/8 inches.

  20. Hayes Letter 1832101901, James N. Wilson to William Hayes
    Willson writes a request and a thank you note.
    Manuscript, 8 inches x 10 inches.

  21. Hayes Letter 1832102901, Cyrus Ferris to William Hayes
    Cyrus Ferris writes family news to William Hayes' brother.
    Manuscript, 8 inches x 12 6/8 inches.

  22. Hayes Letter 1833021801, Oliver Bannister & Andrew Miller to William Hayes
    Miller and Bannister are pleased that William Hayes intends to move to Illinois. They give travel instructions and advice to the family.
    Manuscript, 15 inches x 12 inches.

  23. Hayes Letter 1833032201, Michael J. Johnston to William Hayes
    Johnston writes of church affairs and asks that Leah and Jane Cownover come for a visit before they leave with William Hayes for the "Illinois Country."
    Manuscript.

  24. Hayes Letter 1833032201, Michael J. Johnston to William Hayes
    Johnston writes of church affairs and asks that Leah and Jane Cownover come for a visit before they leave with William Hayes for the "Illinois Country."
    Manuscript.

  25. Hayes Letter 1833042501, Ursula M. Taylor to Jane Cownover
    Ursula Taylor writes to say how much she misses her sisters and urges them to move to Ohio.
    Manuscript, 15 1/2 inches x 9 6/8 inches.

  26. Hayes Letter 1833051801, Michael J. Johnston to William Hayes
    Michael Johnston writes a farewell letter to William Hayes saying he hopes to see the Hayes family before they leave.
    Manuscript, 8 inches x 9 inches.

  27. Hayes Letter 18330518B01, James N. Willson to William Hayes
    James Willson authorizes William Hayes to collect subscriptions to the Albany Quarterly and expresses regret that the Hayes family is moving.
    Manuscript, 8 inches x 13 inches.

  28. Hayes Letter 1833062801, Isaac & Jane Hayes to William & Anna Hayes
    Isaac writes to William Hayes at Cleveland, his first stop on the trip west.
    Manuscript, 14 inches x 12 inches.

  29. Hayes Letter 1833102901, Isaac Hayes to William Hayes
    Isaac Hayes writes of steamboat accident William had. Other family news included.
    Manuscript, 7 1/2 inches x 12 inches.

  30. Hayes Letter 1833112301, Jonathan Edgecomb to William Hayes
    Edgecomb writes to tell of his trip from Ft. Clark (Peoria) back home to upstate New York.
    Manuscript, 12 3/ 8 inches x 16 inches.

  31. Hayes Letter 1834021401, Thomas Alexander to William Hayes
    Thomas Alexander writes to William Hayes in Peoria about money matters.
    Manuscript, 9 1/2 inches x 16 inches.

  32. Hayes Letter 1834022101, D. Boyd of the Mohawk Bank to William Hayes
    Cashier of Mohawk Bank writes that he is enclosing a Certificate of Deposit in the amount of $330.00.
    Manuscript, 10 inches x 15 6/8 inches.

  33. Hayes Letter 1834042501, Michael J. Johnston to William Hayes
    Michael Johnston writes of church news.
    Manuscript, 9 6/8 inches x 15 1/2 inches.

  34. Hayes Letter 1834042701, Polly Jones to William Hayes
    William Hayes' sister writes of family news.
    Manuscript, 12 inches x 15 3/8 inches.

  35. Hayes Letter 1834050501, Oliver Bannister to William Hayes
    Bannister writes of trouble in the Bethel Congregation at Eden.
    Manuscript, 7 5/8 inches x 12 inches.

  36. Hayes Letter 1834050701, John Alexander to William Hayes
    John Alexander writes of family news.
    Manuscript, 12 3/8 inches x 15 5/8 inches.

  37. Hayes Letter 1834070201, John Alexander to William Hayes
    Alexander writes of family news.
    Manuscript, 12 3/8 inches x 15 6/8 inches.

  38. Hayes Letter 1834080401, John Shedden to William Hayes
    Sheddon writes of blasting in Galena (probably in the lead mines).
    Manuscript, 9 5/8 inches x 13 6/8 inches.

  39. Hayes Letter 183408xx01, Andrew Miller to William Hayes
    Miller writes of trouble in the Bethel Church in Eden.
    Manuscript, 9 5/8 inches x 15 5/8 inches.

  40. Hayes Letter 1834101301, Euphemia Alexander to Anna Hays
    Euphemia writes that William Hayes arrived in Galway after an eight week trip from Illinois.
    Manuscript, 7 1/2 inches x 10 inches.

  41. Hayes Letter 1834120201, Asahel Hale to William Hayes
    Hale writes of land prices in Peoria, as well as construction of the courthouse.
    Manuscript, 12 3/8 inches x 16 inches.

  42. Hayes Letter 1834123101, Asahel Hale to William Hayes
    Hale writes about the growth of Peoria and news from there. He encloses $100.
    Manuscript, 12 5/8 inches x 15 inches.

  43. Hayes Letter 1835012101, Abel Meeken to William Hayes
    Abel Meekin writes to ask that William Hayes collect a debt owed to him by Benjamin Lonsberry.
    Manuscript.

  44. Hayes Letter 1835013001, Tertullis & Rebecca Keeler to William Hayes
    Letter about family health, faith, weather, crops, and visits with familly and friends.
    Manuscript, 12 1/2 inches x 15 5/8 inches.

  45. Hayes Letter 1835031101, Adam C. Wylie to William Hayes
    Adam Wylie tells William Hayes that he is moving to Illinois and wishes him to find a place for him to live.
    Manuscript, 12 4/5 inches x 15 4/5 inches.

  46. Hayes Letter 1835032201, Jonathan Edgecomb to William Hayes
    Edgecomb tells of Galway news and asks William Hayes about business opportunities in Illinois.
    Manuscript, 7 5/8 inches x 12 1/2 inches.

  47. Hayes Letter 1835041401, Harriet Hayes to William Hayes
    Harriet Hayes writes of family and farm business.
    Manuscript, 10 1/8 inches x 15 2/8.

  48. Hayes Letter 1835041401, Harriet Hayes to William Hayes
    Harriet Hayes writes of family and farm business.
    Manuscript, 10 1/8 inches x 15 2/8.

  49. Hayes Letter 1835041501, Abbyann Jones to William Hayes
    Abby Ann Jones, a child, writes her cousins about how much she misses them.
    Manuscript, 7 6/8 inches x 12 3/8 inches.

  50. Hayes Letter 1835050201, H. Meekin to Adam C. Wylie
    Letter to Adam Wylie telling of business and Galway news.
    Manuscript, 7 5/8 inches x 12 5/8 inches.

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