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Title Stoughton-Turner genealogical papers
Dates of Creation 1828-1971
Physical Description 36 full size archives boxes, 3 half size archives boxes, 2 flat boxes, 7 additional boxes
Language of Material English
Scope & Content The Stoughton-Turner Family Papers consists of manuscripts, printed materials and photographs. The Family Papers consists of a number of collections and compilations of data of many persons over a span of over a half century, and were brought together by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Boynton Turner in Madison. The focus of the papers is on the Stoughton and Turner families, but there are many collateral lines of other families represented, including the Boynton, Ellsworth, Fitch, Hooker, McLaughlin, Page, Rouse, Wadsworth and Williams families throughout the United States. In addition to the genealogical materials, there are many items relating to the history of Wisconsin and especially of the Stoughton area.

An inventory exists for this collection. Online users please see Inventory below. In-house users please click on the Custom button at the right to go to the Inventory field.

Further Details:

The Turners published three books from the collection: The English Ancestry of Thomas Stoughton of Windsor, Connecticut; Stoughton Footprints in the Sands of Time and Wisconsin Page Pioneer Kinsfolk. All branches of the Stoughton family in America are descended from the Thomas Stoughton who is the subject of their first book.

The cornerstone of the collection is the data on the Stoughton family brought together by Mr. Bradley Stoughton, a metallurgical engineer, while living in New York City. Beginning in 1909 he cast a nation-wide net to learn the names and places of residence of the Stoughton and related families. This correspondence brought in much original material on the Stoughton and other families which Bradley Stoughton used in compiling a series of Stoughton family genealogies. There are also supporting Stoughton materials collected, among others, by the Rev. Lewis H. Stoughton, Saco, Maine; Frederick A. Stoughton of Washington, Connecticut; and Paul B. and Ethel M. Turner of Madison, Wisconsin.

The Stoughton-Turner connection was brought about by the marriage of Sarah Ellen Stoughton (1841-1914), daughter of Luke Stoughton and Eliza Page Stoughton, to Orren McClure Turner (1839-1918), in Stoughton, Wisconsin, May 16, 1866.

The papers are arranged substantially in the form in which they were organized by Mr. and Mrs. Turner, following the system used by Bradley Stoughton from 1909 on through his active collecting period. Stoughton numbered his correspondence and manuscripts serially by the name of the person from whom they were garnered. The Turners adopted this numbering system for their own papers and for the collections they gathered during their research.

In the inventory below these numbered folders are designated as "U" (units). Also shown are the folder and box numbers in which the units are housed.

The collection is organized in five series:

A. Archives and Manuscripts. (Units 1-311)
B. Newspaper Clippings. (Units 312-317)
C. Books, Pamphlets, Broadsides, Folders, and Other Paper Ephemera. (Units 318-365)
D. Photographs. (Units 366-448)
E. Oversize Maps, Diplomas, Posters, Charts, etc. (Units 449-491)

Duplicate photographs and artifacts for now are housed in two additional boxes at the end.
Archival History The contents of the Stoughton-Turner Family Papers were donated by Dr. Dan S. Turner and Orren M. Turner, sons of the late Mr. and Mrs. Paul Boynton Turner of Madison, Wisconsin. Accession number M72.001
People Boynton family
Ellsworth family
Fitch family
Hook family
McLaughlin family
Page family
Rouse family
Stoughton, Luke
Stoughton family
Turner family
Wadsworth family
Williams family
Subjects Family trees
Places2 Stoughton (Wis.)
Object Name Papers
Call Number ARM 72-03
Catalog ID Number M1972.001.0001
Collection Inventory The following 53-page inventory to the Stoughton-Turner Genealogical Records is included primarily for searching purposes. A more readable version is available the the Dane County Historical Society's records center. Please contact the DCHS for more information.

Contents List

SERIES A: ARCHIVES AND MANUSCRIPTS

STOUGHTON, BRADLEY (N.Y. City). Correspondence, 1909-1911.
Incoming letters and carbons of outgoing letters of Bradley Stoughton re Stoughton genealogy. Includes some Stoughton family genealogical charts. Correspondents include:

Box 1 Folder 1 Unit 1-10Melbourne P. Stoughton, N.Y. City; Norman M. Stoughton, N.Y. City; Charles Stoughton Phelps, New Britain, Conn.; Rev. Lewis H. Stoughton, Standish, Maine, including a ms., 21e, by Lewis H. Stoughton, "Additions and Corrections to Stoughton Genealogy in Stiles' "History of Windsor"; R. W. Stoughton, Columbus, Ohio; Charles M. Packard, Westboro, Mass.; Frederick Worthington Stoughton, Worcester, Mass.; Elizabeth C. Stoughton, Brooklyn, N.Y. (includes a genealogy chart of Timothy Stoughton, 1802- ); Elmer C. Stoughton, Grand Rapids, Mich.; William P. Stoughton, Chicago.

Box 1 Folder 2 Unit 11-40Sabra A. (Thompson) Stoughton, Rockville, Conn.; Mrs. Joe (Gussie) Stoughton, Sedamsville, Ohio; Mrs. E. A. Stoughton, Kalamazoo, Mich.; Mrs. G. W. Stoughton, Kalamazoo, Mich.; Theodore S. Stoughton, Worcester, Mass.; Mrs. Edward Stoughton. N.Y. City; Douglas Robert Stoughton, Proctor, Minn.; Frederick S. Stoughton, Worcester, Mass.; Edward C. Stoughton, Thomaston, Conn.; Oliver Perry Stoughton, Lynn, Mass.; Eugene E. Stoughton, Lowell, Mass.; Ella Stoughton Stearns, Eugene, Oregon; Postmaster, Fort Edward, N.Y., and Chenango, Brown Co., N.Y.; Luella E. Stoughton, Minneapolis; J.N.F. Stoughton, Fort Worth, Texas; Elizabeth (Mrs. Francis) Stoughton, Rockville, Conn., Willis J. Stoughton, Chicago; Clyde Stoughton, Circleville, Ind.; Edward S. Stoughton, Columbus, Ohio; Charles R. Stoughton, N.Y. City; Lillian Stoughton Hyde, Binghamton, N.Y.; Lucretia Stoughton Moore, Gill, Mass.; James C. Stoughton, Suffield, Conn.; William S. Stoughton, Grand Rapids, Mich.; William Henry Stoughton, Webster Groves, Mo.; Louis Edward Stoughton, Holyoke, Mass.; N.D. Stoughton, Spokane, Wash.; Arthur Clifford Stoughton, Worcester, Mass.; Postmaster, Stoughton, Wis.; G. Stoughton, Rochester, N.Y.

Box 1 Folder 3 Unit 41-59William Stoughton, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Florence (Stoughton) Nash, N.Y. City; J.D. Stoughton, Lock Haven, Pa.; Louis Lockwood (husband of Mary Stoughton), West Palm Beach, Fla.; William Randolph Stoughton, Franklin, Pa.; Frederick A. Stoughton, Massena, N.Y.; Enis Stoughton, Galesburg, Mich.; Andrew Curtin Stoughton, Slippery Rock, Pa.; William R. Stoughton, Erie, Pa.; Frank F. Stoughton, Gill, Mass.; Arthur V. Stoughton, Terryville, Conn.; Helen Louise Stoughton, Worcester, Mass.; William Marshall Stoughton, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Helen E. Stoughton, Hartford, Conn.; Emma K. Stoughton, Trenton, N.J.; Frederick N. Stoughton, Paw Paw, Mich.; H.C. Stoughton, Philadelphia, Pa.; Livy Stoughton, Castle Creek, N.Y.; George Martin Stoughton, Osage, Iowa; S.F. Stoughton, Denver, Colo.; Fred E. Stoughton, Barre, Vt.

Box 1 Folder 4 Unit 60-85Lulu Stoughton Joy, Jess, Neb.; Nellie Mae Stoughton, Duluth, Minn. H.P. Stoughton, Capac, Mich.; William F. Stoughton, Waterbury, Conn.; J.E. Stoughton, Gull Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada; Wilbur B. Stoughton, Gull Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada; J.C. Stoughton, Battle Creek, Iowa; George I. Stoughton, Westerville, Ohio; Dr. E.B. Stoughton, Rogers, Ark.; William G. Stoughton, Chateaugay, N.Y.; Jennie H. Stoughton, New Castle, Pa.; Commodore Perry Stoughton, Lancaster, Pa.; Margaret B. McCallum, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; Mrs. Linnie Ault, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Charles Henry Stoughton, Lancaster, Cal.; Olin W. Stoughton, Ludlow, Mass.; Alice W. Stoughton, Worcester, Mass.; E.P. Stoughton, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Alexander Stoughton, Barry Vale, Ontario, Canada; Joseph M. Stoughton, Norwalk, Ohio (Includes "Memoranda for a genealogy of the Stoughton Family in the United States," by Norman C. Stoughton. 11e., TS.); Mrs. L.E. Stoughton Perham, Ludlow Center, Mass.; Mrs. F.S. Stoughton, Worcester, Mass.

Box 1 Folder 5 Unit 86-119Ralph J. Stoughton, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Sarah A. Stoughton, Columbus, Ohio; Arthur G. Stoughton, Chicago, Ill.; James H. Stoughton, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Norman F. Stoughton, Manchester, Conn.; Peter T. Stoughton, Portland, Me.; Mrs. A.C. Stoughton, Burlington, Vt.; Frank F. Stoughton, Gill, Mass.; Marguerite G. Stoughton, Barre, Vt.; Jasper B. Stoughton, Chicago, Ill.; Erwin Norman Stoughton, Hartford, Conn.; Mrs. A. Miller, Trinidad, Colo.; M.B. Stoughton, Seattle, Wash.; John Courvert Stoughton, Richmond, Ind.; Cynthia S. (Mrs. Ellis Stoughton), Galesburg, Mich.; William O. Stoughton, Ashtabula, Ohio; Mrs. Nora S. Miller, Canterburg, Ohio; John F. Stoughton, Hartford, Conn.; S.C. Stoughton, Hutchinson, Kan.; George H. Stoughton, Hartford, Conn.; H.D. Stoughton, Harrisburg, Pa.; John A. Stoughton, Hartford, Conn.; H.E. Stoughton, Portland, Ore.; Homer R. Stoughton, N.Y. City (Includes chart, Thomas Stoughton. b. ca. 1610, Surrey, England); Mrs. Bertha S. Chappano, Alpine, N.Y.; Sarah E. Turner (Mrs. C.M.), Stoughton, Wis.; Gertrude French Stoughton, Syracuse, N.Y.; Richard C. Humphreys, Boston, Mass.; Miss A. Stoughton, Springfield, Ill.; William B. Stoughton, New York City; Mrs. A.B. Bowen, Maquoketa, Ia.; Rosanna Stoughton, Chicopee Falls, Mass.; George John Stoughton, Perkinsville, Vt.; Oscar B. Stoughton, Augusta, Ga.

Box 1 Folder 6 Unit 120-154Sanford Francis Stoughton, Chicago, Ill.; Peter Stoughton, Oslo, Minn.; Mrs. A. Ella S. Stearns, Portland, Ore.; E.L. Stoughton, Ridgeway, Mo.; Mrs. Mae Stoughton Humrichous, Danville, Ill.; Rev. Benjamin F. Stoughton, Clifford, Ind.; Seth D. Stoughton, Columbus, Kan.; W.G. Stoughton, N.Y. City; Lemuel Bissell Stoughton, Philadelphia, Pa.; F. LeRoy Stoughton, Harrisburg, Pa.; J.M. Stoughton, Windsor, Conn.; R.C. Stoughton, Hanover, N.H.; H.C. Stoughton, Dayton, Ohio; P.C. Stoughton, West Chazy, N.Y.; William Stoughton, Eden Prairie, Minn.; Roy S. Stoughton, Worcester, Mass.; John Stoughton, Castle Creek, N.Y.; George W. Stoughton, Rose Point, Pa.; W.R. Stoughton, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Warner M. Stoughton, Paw Paw, Mich.; W.B. Stoughton, Livingston Hall, Columbia University, N.Y.; Earl Stoughton, Slippery Rock, Pa.; Ira W. Stoughton, Detroit, Mich.; George W. Stoughton, Charlestown, N.H.; Anna E. (Stoughton) Bliss, Worcester, Mass.; Mrs. John Norton Stoughton, Cincinnati, Ohio; George R. Wakefield, Spencer, Mass.; J. Henry Lea, London, England; Edwin R. Stoughton, Detroit, Mich.; John C. Stoughton, Logan, Ohio.

Box 2 Folder 1-3 Unit 155-157TURNER, PAUL B. AND ETHEL M. (Madison, Wis.). Correspondence, 1950-1963.
Correspondence re Stoughton, Axtell, Page, and Boynton family genealogy, and the sale of the Turners' books, The English Ancestry of Thomas Stoughton, and Wisconsin Page Pioneers and Kinsfolk. Includes correspondence with Frederick A. Stoughton, Washington, Conn.

Box 2 Folder 4 Unit 158SAYRE, LUCIA PAGE (MRS. FRANK D.) (Edgerton, Wis.). Correspondence, 1939, 1948-1949.
Correspondence with family members re Page, Boynton, Axtell and Biglow genealogies. Includes charts.

Box 3 Folder 1 Unit 159STOUGHTON, BRADLEY (New York City). Papers, [1906-ca. 1935]
Correspondence re the Stoughton family and a series of Stoughton family genealogies, based in part on the data collected in the Bradley Stoughton correspondence in Units 1-154 above. Includes:

A. Address of Stoughtons in the United States. [ca. 1909] [2]e. Arranged by state.
B. Books Relating to the Early Stoughtons in America. [ca. 1909] [4]e. TS.
C. Historical and Biographical Sketch of the Stoughton Family. [ca. 1935] [5]e.
D. Biographical Sketch of Gen. Charles Bradley Stoughton (1841-1898). [1]e. TS.
E. Stoughton Genealogy. (John A. Stoughton, of Thomas Stoughton, 1657 - Bradley Stoughton). 2e. TS.
F. Stoughton Genealogy. (Thomas Stoughton, ca. 1600 - Bradley Stoughton, b.1873). 2e. TS.
G. Stoughton Genealogy. (Samuel Stoughton, b.1737 - Harry Augustus Stoughton, b.1868). 8e. TS.
H. Stoughton Genealogy. [76]e. TS.
I. Stoughton Genealogy. (Thomas Stoughton, b. England, 1624- ). TS. Chart.

Box 3 Folder 2-3 Unit 160-161STOUGHTON, THE REV. LEWIS H. (Saco, Maine). Correspondence, 1904-1909.
Correspondence and charts on the descendants of Nathaniel Stoughton, Weathersford, Vermont.

Box 3 Folder 4 Unit 162Boston. Cemetery Dept. Annual Report for the Fiscal Year 1904/1905. Boston 1905. 266p.
Photo of bronze tablet on the cemetery gate noting the burial of Gov. William Stoughton in 1701. (Transferred to printed materials.)

Box 3 Folder 5 Unit 163COX, MRS. MINNIE STOUGHTON (Elyria, Ohio). Correspondence, 1917-1965.
Correspondence with Mrs. H.A. Keenan, Stoughton, Wisconsin, regarding the Stoughton city centennial and the Stoughton family. Includes two Luella E. Stoughton letters, 1921, and Paul B. Turner letters. Also includes two pamphlets (transferred to printed materials) by C.J. Ribbon-Turner, Stratford-on-Avon and Charlecote. "Leamington Spa" [1901] 56p., and "Warwick Castle and Town." 9th ed., Leamington, 1906, 80p.

Box 3 Folder 6 Unit 164STOUGHTON, FREDERICK A. (Washington, Conn.). Papers. 1895-1941.
Correspondence, clippings and genealogical charts collected or compiled by Frederick A. Stoughton re the Blakeslee, Hooker and Stoughton families in England and America. Includes two pamphlets (transferred to printed materials): Warren Seymour Archibald. Thomas Hooker. [n.p.] Yale Univ. Press. 1933, 19p., and Hooker Electrochemical Company, Niagara Falls, N.Y., "A Tribute to Horace Willard Hooker, 1876-1937." [n.p., n.d.] lv.

TURNER, PAUL B. AND ETHEL M. (Madison, Wis.). Papers, ca. 1850-1962.
Correspondence, research notes and compilations regarding the Stoughton family.

Box 4 Folder 1 Unit 165Chart re wife and children of George Henry Stoughton, (b.1872), Washington, D.C.

Box 4 Folder 1 Unit 166Re Clouden Stoughton (b.1813) and descendants.

Box 4 Folder 1 Unit 167Re George Stoughton (b. Vt., 1803) and family.

Box 4 Folder 1 Unit 168Re Dr. Guy Stoughton (1801-1879), b. Weathersfield, Vt.)
Includes a biographical narrative (ms., 13e.) re his life and career in Vermont and his removal to Milwaukee, Janesville, and Stoughton, Wisconsin, and Luverne, Minnesota.

Box 4 Folder 1 Unit 168.1"Indian Ford and Its Bridges," by Mrs. Harold Falk. Ca. 1956, 9e., TS
On the history of this village in Fulton Township, Rock County, Wisconsin.

Box 4 Folder 1 Unit 169Re Joseph Stoughton (1771-1852), and descendants.

Box 4 Folder 1 Unit 170Re Thomas Stoughton (1624-1684, Windsor, Conn.), including charts and a biographical narrative, 15e.

Box 4 Folder 2 Unit 171Materials on the history of Stoughton and Janesville, Wisconsin. Includes"
A. "History of Janesville," by Luella E. Stoughton. Holograph [1850s?] 2l.
B. "Pioneer Settler Recalls Beginning of Stoughton. 'Con Downdy, Now 92, Helped Make Main Street Out of Indian Trail." [1930s?] 2l. TS.
C . "Stoughton - Its Origin and Growth." 2p. Ms.
D . Obituary of Mrs. A. W. Barr, Forestville, Minn., Jun. 5, 1876. 2p. Ms. Mentions the part played by Mrs. Barr's father, Alvin West, in the building of Stoughton in 1853.
E. Hamilton Biglow. ALS., Apr. 19, 1850. Madison University, Hamilton, N.Y. To "Dear Cousins," [Luella and Ellen Stoughton]. Describes school life and his journey from Janesville, Wisconsin, to Hamilton, N.Y. The stationery is illustrated with a print of the campus and village of Hamilton.
F. "Old Stoughton and Vicinity Names," comp. by Ethel M. Turner. 2l. Ms.

Box 4 Folder 2 Unit 172Re Nathaniel Stoughton (b.1702).

Box 4 Folder 2 Unit 173Re Seymour T. Stoughton. Includes ALS., Nov. 16, 1845, Saratoga Union, Illinois, to "Dear Sister," commenting adversely on the area and its people.

Box 4 Folder 2 Unit 174Re Joseph Stoughton (1737-1815). Includes a biographical narrative by Ethel M. Turner, 12l. Ms.

Box 4 Folder 2 Unit 175Re Alfred Gordon Stoughton (descendant of the Lewisburg, Pennsylvania Stoughtons), Rockville, Maryland, 1959; Dr. Amanda Stoughton, Chevy Chase, Maryland, and Mrs. Isabel Moser, Knoxville, Tennessee, 1958.

Box 4 Folder 3 Unit 176Re Howard Stoughton, Newfoundland, N.J. (b.1891). Includes clippings re the history and removal of the Nathaniel Stoughton homestead, Weathersfield, Vt., 1959; an obituary of Frederick A. Stoughton; a chart re Oliver Stoughton and descendants; and Howard Stoughton, Sr., "A Stoughton Chronicle, 1436-1960," Macopin, N.J. 1959. 5l.

Box 4 Folder 4 Unit 177The Stoughton, Warren line (Winfield W. Warren (1866-1951); Ethel M. Turner, "The American Stoughtons." 11l. Ms.

Box 4 Folder 4 Unit 178Re Dr. Guy Stoughton (1800-1879), and Wood, Pease, and Kessler descendants.

Box 4 Folder 4 Unit 179"Stoughton Sidelines and Aunt Luella's Papers," Letters to and papers by, Luella E. Stoughton, Minneapolis, Minn. Correspondents include Mrs. A. B. Bowen, Maquoketa, Iowa, 1903; Amanda M. Stoughton, Pierre, S.D., 1912; Bradley Stoughton, New York City, 1909; Mrs. S. S. Cox, Loren, Ohio, 1917, 1919. Also includes some vital statistics of Stoughton family members, copied from family Bibles, and family genealogy notes by Luella E. Stoughton.

Box 4 Folder 4 Unit 180Re Mary Wilcox Liljenquist, Thornton, Idaho, 1959; Mrs. Ivan Light, Shirley, Ill., 1958; and William Edwin Miller, South Bend, Ind., 1959.

Box 4 Folder 4 Unit 181Re Ralph M. Stoughton, Turners Falls, Mass., 1956-1958.

Box 4 Folder 5 Unit 182Re Mrs. J.N. Koeppe, Lodi, Wis., 1955; Charles R. Haught, Clarksburg, W.Va., 1959, which includes a chart of Stoughtons in West Virginia.

Box 4 Folder 5 Unit 183Re Robert W. Stoughton, Bloomfield, Conn., 1958; Jason E. Stoughton, New York City, 1958, including clipping on Capt. Lemuel Stoughton (1731-1793), 1960.

Box 4 Folder 5 Unit 184Re Mary L. Stoughton, St. Paul, Minn., and her grandfather, Dr. Guy Stoughton (1801-1879); and "Family Record of the Stebbins Family," (Jarius Stebbins, 1782-1865, Westfield, Vt.), 3p. Ms.

Box 4 Folder 5 Unit 185Re Mrs. Meda Stoughton Cole, Kalamazoo, Mich., 1962.

Box 5 Folder 1 Unit 186Re Mary E. Goebel, N.Y. City, 1962; Florence Stoughton Von Gafug, Pearblossom, Cal., 1962.

Box 5 Folder 1 Unit 187Re Mrs. Jane Lape, Ticonderoga, N.Y., 1962; Mr. Carroll V. Lonergan, Ticonderoga; John Stoughton, 1733 … Joseph Stoughton, 1737-1815 … Nathaniel Stoughton, 1746-1815….," by Paul B. and Ethel M. Turner, 1962. 9l. TS.

Box 5 Folder 1 Unit 188Re John Stoughton, Burlington, N.Y., 1958-1959; Bradley Stoughton, Bethlehem, Pa., 1955-1959. Includes Biographical Sketch of Charles Bradley Stoughton (N.Y., James T. White Co., 1909. 2p. port. Reprinted from The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography.)

Box 5 Folder 1 Unit 189Re L. Ellsworth Stoughton, Warehouse Point, Conn., 1962, on the dedication of the Col. Lemuel Stoughton Nike-Hercules Battery, East Windsor, Conn., May 28, 1960; East Windsor, Conn., cemetery history and the Stoughton homestead, ca. 1900.

Box 5 Folder 2 Unit 190Re Oscar B. Stoughton, New Dorp, Staten Island, N.Y., 1958. Includes "The Stoughton Ancestry of Oscar Brady Stoughton, Jr. of Dorp, Staten Island, N.Y., Beginning with Thomas Stoughton, 1588-1661, of England and Windsor, Conn." (1958), 8l. TS.).

Box 5 Folder 2 Unit 191Re Helen Joy Lee, Westerly, R.I., 1961-1962, and Strickland family data (Joseph Strickland, d.1702).

Box 5 Folder 2 Unit 192Re Paul B. and Ethel M. Turner memoranda on letters to be written.

Box 5 Folder 2 Unit 193Re Stoughtons in Connecticut Society of Colonial Dames, 1922.

Box 5 Folder 2 Unit 194Re Inspirational and fileopietistic quotations.

Box 5 Folder 2 Unit 195Paul B. and Ethel M. Turner, comps., "Dr. Guy Stoughton, 1801-1879, and the Descendants of His Eldest Son, Thomas Stebbins Stoughton, 1843-1930," (Dec. 1961. [27]l. Ms.); _____. "An American Line of Stoughton Lineage from Thomas (1) Stoughton of Windsor, Conn., through Thomas (1), Thomas (2), John (3), William (4), Oliver (5), Augustus (6), to Leonard (7), Compiled … for Henry Clay Stoughton of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania," (1963, 23l. TS.).

_____, "An American Line of Stoughton Lineage from Thomas(1) Stoughton of Windsor, Conn. Through Thomas(1), Thomas(2), John(3), Nathaniel(4), Joseph(5), Thomas(6), and Clouden(7), Compiled … for Harvey Milton Stoughton of Lancaster, California, Descendant of George Henry(9) and Harvey(8)," (1962. [26]l. TS.)

McLaughlin, Mary Elizabeth Rouse, "Genealogy of the Rouse Family," (1922. [32]l. TS. On the descendants of John Rouse, b. Jul. 18, 1775, and Sarah Cochran).

Box 5 Folder 3 Unit 196Negatives of photographs used in Ethel M. Turner and Paul B. Turner, The English Ancestry of Thomas Stoughton, 1588-1661…. (Waterloo, Wis., 1958)

Box 5 Folder 3 Unit 197Turner, Paul B. and Ethel M., comps., "A Direct Line of Stoughton Lineage from Thomas(1) Stoughton of Windsor, Conn., to and Including the Descendants of Florence May Stoughton Von Gafug, Maud Arabella Stoughton Merrill, Lafayette Edward Stoughton, Milton Wood Stoughton 2222." (Jun. 1961). [12]l. TS. 5 copies. Lines traced through the 8th generation.)

_____. _____. (22l. TS. Lines traced through the 12th generation.)

Box 5 Folder 3 Unit 198Stokes, Ethel. "The English Descent of Colonial Governor William Stoughton, Based on the Coat of Arms of His Tomb in Dorcester, Massachusetts, by Ethel Stokes, Genealogist of London, England, for Frederick Arthur Stoughton of Washington, Connecticut[!]." (80l. TS. 2 copies.)

Box 5 Folder 3 Unit 199-200Not used.

Box 5 Folder 4 Unit 201Brief notes on Dr. Guy Stoughton, Clerk of Court, Janesville, Wis., 1839, and Harrison Stebbins, who surveyed and laid out the original plat of Stoughton, Wisconsin, 1849.

Box 5 Folder 4 Unit 202Turner, Paul B. and Ethel M., comps., "Dr. Guy Stoughton, 1801-1879, and the Descendants of His Eldest Son, Thomas Stebbins Stoughton, 1843-1930." (1961. [33]l. TS. Includes a biographical narrative with genealogical charts, and photographs of the Thomas Stoughton home near Perkinsville, Vt., razed in 1959-60, Dr. Guy Stoughton (1801-1879), and Clarinda Stoughton (1818-1910).)

STOUGHTON, BRADLEY (N.Y. City). Papers, ca.1888-1958.

Box 6 Folder 1 Unit 203-204Not used.

Box 6 Folder 1 Unit 205Correspondence, 1911, 1922, and Stoughton genealogical notes and charts.

Box 6 Folder 1 Unit 206Re Minnie S. Cox, Lorain, Ohio, 1920, and Ethel M. Turner notes.

Box 6 Folder 1 Unit 207Turner, Ethel M., and Paul B., The English Ancestry of Thomas Stoughton…. (1958). Transferred to printed materials.

Box 6 Folder 1 Unit 208Stoughton family notes, by Bradley Stoughton, and photographs of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Hooper.

Box 6 Folder 1 Unit 209Correspondence, clippings, extracts, and notes by/about: William Stoughton; Col. John S. Mosby; Charles B. Stoughton; Bradley Stoughton; Gibson Bell; George W. Fuller; H.E. Stoughton; Tomothy Stoughton (b.1785); John Stoughton (d. 1873); John W. Stoughton (b.1813).

Photographs of Henry Evander Stoughtin (1815-1873), Gen. Edwin Henry Stoughton (1838-1868), Gen. Charles Bradley Stoughton (1841-1898), and Mrs. Laura E. (Clark) Stoughton (1812-1871).

Transferred to printed materials: In Memory of Edwin Wallace Stoughton (d. Jan. 7, 1882).

Box 6 Folder 2 Unit 210Notes and charts on the descendants of Thomas Stoughton (fl.1630), the first Stoughton in America and generations of that branch who settled in Pennsylvania; "Books Relating to the Early Stoughtons in America," (3l. TS.); "Addresses of Stoughtons in the United States - No. 2." (1l., Mimeo., Massachusetts-Pennsylvania only).

Box 6 Folder 2 Unit 211Correspondence and clippings, including a typed copy of a letter of Col. William C. Oates, 15th Alabama Infantry, Abbeville, Ala., Nov. 22, 1888, to Col. Homer R. Stoughton, 2d Regiment, U.S. Sharpshooters, re their action at the Battle of Gettysburg.

Box 6 Folder 2 Unit 212Stoughton family chart, comp. by Mrs. C.B. Stoughton, New Haven, Conn. [early 1900s?], and fragmentary Bradley, Hooper, Clark, Rice, Ripley, Huntington, Denny, and Sargent lines.

Box 6 Folder 2 Unit 213"The Stoughton Family," in Genealogies and Biographies of Ancient Windsor," (p.721-742, 8460847. Photostat). Photographs of the tomb of Lt. Gov. William Stoughton, Dorchester, Mass. (d. 1701).

Box 6 Folder 2 Unit 214Notes and charts on Hooper, Ripley, Stoughton, and Denny families; "Stoughtons in U.S.," (Jun. 25, 1909. 47l. Ms./TS. Arranged by surnames, with addresses); Correspondence, 1913-1930; [Henry J. Burkitt], Twenty Years Work in Stoughton, (n.p., 1913?) 32 p. On Stoughton Parish, Guildford, England.

Box 7 Folder 1 Unit 215"'A Brief Historical Narration of the Family of the Stoughtons,' Formerly Living at Stoughton, near Guildford in Surrey; Transcribed from the M.S.. of Sir Nicholas Stoughton, Bart., (Written in the Year of our Lord, 1672) by the Rev. Henry J. Burkitt, M.A., First Vicar of Emmanuel, Stoughton, Stoke-Next-Guildford." ([1913], 156l. Ms. Brit. Mus. Add. MSS. 1674).

Box 7 Folder 2 Unit 216Corespondence, 1909-1914, with English Stoughton connections; photos; ancestral charts; and catalogs of English antiquarian book dealers.

TURNER, PAUL B. AND ETHEL M. (Madison, Wis.). Papers.

Box 7 Folder 2 Unit 217Correspondence and research notes re Thomas(6) Stoughton (1773-1847), including his association with the development of the iron industry in Troy, Vermont, in the 1830s. Includes a map of Westfield, Vt., 1944.

Box 8 Folder 1 Unit 218Charts on the descendants of Nathaniel Stoughton (1777-1850), by Paul B. and Ethel M. Turner; Correspondence with Charles Roe Stoughton, Newark Valley, N.Y., 1958-1960; Bradley Stoughton correspondence, 1909; Charles R. Stoughton, comp., "The Decent[!] of Wait Stoughton (b.1834) from Thomas Stoughton (1588-1661) of Windsor, Conn." (1959. 5l. TS.).

Box 8 Folder 2 Unit 219Correspondence, 1962-1963, with Henry Clay Stoughton, Philadelphia, Pa., re Augustus Stoughton

"The Stoughton Family," ([n.d.] 10l. TS. Photocopy), acquired by Henry Clay Stoughton from his uncle, Walter Stoughton.

"Fifty Puritan Ancestors," [by Todd Nash?] ([n.d.] 11l. TS. Copy), re Stoughton family.

"Pedigree of the Stoughton Family." (1853-1854, 14l. TS. Photocopies), Correspondence between William Stoughton, Leroy, Genesee County, N.Y., and Augustus B. Stoughton, Washington City, re the Stoughton family.

Box 8 Folder 3 Unit 220"Miscellaneous Information and Historical Data on All Branches of the Stoughton Family. Look Over before Writing up a Family or the Life of Any One Person." (Note by Ethel M. Turner.)

Paul B. and Ethel M. Turner transcriptions, notes and compilation re all branches of the Stoughton family. Includes 19th and early 20th century correspondence by and to Stoughton family members, including Emery H. Page, Luella Eliza Stoughton, Col. William B. Stoughton, Madison, Wisconsin, Nancy Stoughton, and Ada Turner.

"The Holcomb Family" [in England and America] (4l. Ms. Extracts from various printed sources.)

"From the Diary of Emma Rendtor Halasz, April 25, 1842 to July 16, 1842." (7l. Ms. Copy by Ethel M. Turner. Location of original unknown.) Describes a journey from New York to Janesville, Wisconsin.

Box 8 Folder 3 Unit 221The Fitch family (Sarah, m. John Stoughton (1657-1712)).

The Wadsworth family (Mary, m. Thomas(2) Stoughton (1624-1684)).

The Ellsworth family (Martha, m. Nathaniel(4) Stoughton (b.1702)).

Box 8 Folder 3 Unit 222Correspondence and records on the sale and distribution of the Turners' book, The English Ancestry of Thomas Stoughton of Windsor, Conn., 1958-1967.

Miscellaneous fragmentary notes on the Stoughton family, Henry Wolcott (1578-1655), and Francis Cooke (1582-1663).

Box 8 Folder 3 Unit 223Re Thomas Stoughton (d.1591). Photo of brass and epitaph. Buried in the Church of St. Martin, Canterbury, England.

Box 8 Folder 4 Unit 224STOUGHTON, FREDERICK A. (Washington, Conn., Massena, N.Y.). Papers.

Re Don Josef de Jaudenes y Nebot, first Spanish minister to the United States (b.1764), and his wife, Matilde Stoughton de Jaudenes (b.1778), daughter of Don Juan Stoughton, Spanish consul general for New England, 1784- . Includes photos of Gilbert Stuart paintings of the couple, executed in 1794.

"Stoughton." (Photocopies of the Stoughton family from Henry Stoughton of Stoughton in com. Surrey, in The Visitations of Surrey, 1530, and 1623, p.85-87.)

Box 8 Folder 4 Unit 224.1Hooker, Asuhel, "A Record of the Descendants of Capt. Asuhel Hooker," (1792-187-?). (Farmington, Conn., 187-?, Ms. Notebook, 88p.).

Box 8 Folder 4 Unit 224.2Correspondence, 1899-1953, including letters from Edward Hooker, Norman M. Stoughton, Lucy Stoughton, Bradley Stoughton, Guy Stoughton, E.C. Stoughton, Kenneth N. Atkins, and F. L. Biddle.

Box 8 Folder 4 Unit 224.3Correspondence, 1928-1930, 1946, re the Stoughton coat of arms.

Box 8 Folder 4 Unit 224.4Papers re the Stoughton-Hooker-Blakeslee families. Charts of the Frederick A. Stoughton line. Obituary of George Andrew Stoughton (b.1834), Town Hill, Plymouth, Conn.

Box 8 Folder 4 Unit 224.5Fuller, George W., Descendants of Thomas Stoughton [1600-1661] of Dorchester, Mass. (Potsdam, N.Y., Herald-Recorder Press, 1929. 34p. Transferred to printed materials.)

Box 8 Folder 4 Unit 224.6Correspondence with Ethel Stokes, London, England, genealogist, 1931, re the Stoughton family.

Box 8 Folder 5 Unit 224.7"Autobiography of Ira H[ooker] Stoughton." (Terryville, Conn., 1920. 69l. TS.)

Box 8 Folder 5 Unit 224.8"Copy of Genealogy of Mabel Mann Stoughton." (1950. 12l. TS.)

Box 8 Folder 5 Unit 224.9"William Stoughton of Maryland-Notes from Material Sent by Frederick A. Stoughton," by Ethel M. Turner. (12l. Ms.)

Box 8 Folder 5 Unit 224.10"Extract from the Will of the Hon. William Stoughton," (1631-1701), and other papers re his association with Harvard College, 1650.

Box 8 Folder 5 Unit 224.11Typed copy of Photostat of the will of Thomas Stoughton, Windsor, Conn., 1748/49.

Box 8 Folder 5 Unit 224.12Stoughton family photographs.

TURNER, PAUL B. AND ETHEL M. (Madison, Wis.). Papers.

Box 9 Folder 1 Unit 225Re Page and Cheney family lines, and Stoughton charts.

Box 9 Folder 1 Unit 226List of cemeteries in Wisconsin by counties, published by the Wisconsin State Genealogical Society (ca. 1960, 5p.).

Box 9 Folder 1 Unit 227Page-Stoughton-Turner family history notes, by Ethel M. Turner. (Ms. Notebook).

Box 9 Folder 1 Unit 228Stoughton family charts, 5th-9th generations, by Ethel M. Turner; and the texts of captions used in an exhibit of portraits of Stoughton family members in an exhibit at the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, April-May, 1951, titled "Primitive Art in Wisconsin."

Box 9 Folder 2 Unit 229Stoughton family charts, compiled by Bradley Stoughton, Columbia University (ca. 1909, TS. In binder notebook, indexed).

Box 9 Folder 2 Unit 230Genealogical form book pages on the Stoughton family, compiled by Bradley Stoughton.

A. Bradley Stoughton correspondence with F. E. Stoughton, Arthur A. Stoughton, and Robert E. Hastings, 1911-1914.
B. Family line of Harry Irving Stoughton (b.1920), 11th generation, from Thomas Stoughton (1662-1748), by Ethel M. Turner. (Ms. 21l.).
C. Media Research Bureau, comp., "The Name and Family of Wadsworth." (Washington, D.C., ca. 1930s?, 6l. TS.).
D. ____. "The Name and Family of Ellsworth." (Washington, D.C., ca. 1930s?, 6l. TS.).
E. ____. "The Name and Family of Clark(e)." (Washington, D.C., ca. 1930s?, 11l.).
F. ____. "Historical and Biographical Sketch of the Stoughton Family." ([n.p.] [5]l.).

Box 9 Folder 2 Unit 231Boynton family notes and compilations, by Ethel M. Turner.

Box 9 Folder 2 Unit 232Turner, Ethel M., comp., "The Wolcott Family-Stoughton." ([9]l. Ms.). Chart of the ancestors of Martha Wolcott (1739-1834) from Henry Wolcott (b.1578), and who married Joseph Stoughton (1737-1815).

____. "The Boynton Family in England-The Boynton Story." (16l. Ms.).

Box 9 Folder 2 Unit 233The Turners' correspondence with cousin Helen T. Hill, Malad, Idaho, 1961-1965, re Turner family history.

Box 9 Folder 2 Unit 234"The Turner Pedigree of George Turner Hammond, of Fredonia, N.Y." (ca. 1916. [13] l. Photocopy).

Box 9 Folder 3 Unit 235Re Turner family genealogy. Correspondence and notes by Paul B. and Ethel M. Turner, 1872, 1919, 1941-1964.

Box 9 Folder 4 Unit 236____. ____. 1959-1964.

Box 9 Folder 4 Unit 237____. ____. 1953-1967.

Box 10 Folder 1 Unit 238In Memoriam, Helen M. Turner-Johnson. [n.p. Erie, Pa.?), 1920?] [4]p. (Half-sister of Orren McClure Turner I.) Includes separate photo.

Box 10 Folder 1 Unit 239Research notes and charts by Ethel M. Turner on the Turner family, including Hezekiah Turner (b.1740), and Caroline Turner (1805-1894) of Wellington, Ohio.

Box 10 Folder 2 Unit 240Re Ella Augusta Giles (1851-1917) including her play, "Daniel Deronda," published in the Madison, Wis. Wisconsin State Journal, Mar. 27, 1877; and a clipping on her association with Dr. Joseph Hobbins in the founding of the Madison Literary Club in the 1870s.

Box 10 Folder 2 Unit 241Re Luke Stoughton, including a clipping from The Stoughton Courier, Jul. 19, 1956, on his property in Stoughton, Wisconsin, and his family.

Box 10 Folder 2 Unit 242Re Robe Dow, Stoughton, Wis. (1875-1955). Clippings from the Capital Times (Madison, Wis.) 4, Oct. 7, 1955.

Box 10 Folder 2 Unit 243Not used

Box 10 Folder 2 Unit 244Re Roy Stoughton Turner (1879-1953). Obituary and biographical sketch by Ethel M. Turner.

Box 10 Folder 3 Unit 245Giles M. Turner. Papers, 1900-1918. Includes a biographical sketch by Ethel M. Turner, and other materials and correspondence mentioning or relating to the Stoughton Wagon Company, the Fuller and Johnson Manufacturing Company, Madison, including a list of employees with wage rates, seniority, job descriptions and estimates of their character and abilities; the failure of the Dane County Bank, ca. 1900; and Turner's applications for service in World War I in the Ordnance Dept., with letter of recommendation.

Box 10 Folder 4 Unit 246McLAUGHLIN, NOBEL EARLE 1882-1941). Wausau, Monroe, Stoughton, and Milwaukee, Wis., and Canton, N.Y.). Papers, 1906-1960.
Printed, pictorial and manuscript materials re McLaughlin's education at St. Lawrence University, Canton, N.Y., the University of Wisconsin, and the Wisconsin College of Music at Milwaukee; his marriage to Nellie Townsend in 1911; his successive pastorates at Universalist Churches in Wisconsin at Stoughton, 1907, Monroe, 1910-, and Wausau, 1927-. There are a few incoming letters to McLaughlin re Universalist Church affairs, a manuscript of a sermon preached in 1908 in Stoughton; church bulletins and programs; a 1921 clipping on the history of the Monroe Universalist Church; and copies of the Universalist Church organ, Christian Leader (Boston, 1935), containing articles written by McLaughlin.

Box 10 Folder 5 Unit 247McLAUGHLIN, DANIEL, (1832-1894) (Baltimore, Md.). Papers, 1865-1920.
Fragmentary personal and business papers, including his Civil War service with Co. C, 3d Maryland Veteran [U.S.] Volunteers, and subsequent pension applications; family letters; a TS. biographical sketch; and various papers relating to his shoe manufacturing business in Baltimore, including U.S. Patent Office drawings of his patent for a "Machine for trimming the Edges of Boot and Shoesoles," Apr. 11, 187.

McLAUGHLIN, LOYAL CHAPIN (1885- ) (Altadena, Calif.). Papers, 1912-1960.
Box 11 Folder 1-1.1 Unit 248-249Personal papers and correspondence re the McLaughlin family in the United States and the British Isles. Includes notes and charts also on the Rouse, McCaddin, Smith, Shreck and Cockey families.

Edwin R. McLaughlin, "Notes on the McLaughlin Family History," (Loudonville, N.Y. 1941. 17l. TS.) Re the descendants of George McLaughlin, 1796-1851, and Mary A. McCadden McLaughlin, Baltimore, Md.

Mary Elizabeth Rouse McLaughlin, "Genealogy of the Rouse Family," [n.p.] 1922, 18,[13] l. TS. Indexed. Re the descendants of James Rouse (1746-1788) and Margargaret Kahl Rouse (1746-1838).

Box 11 Folder 2 Unit 250ROUSE FAMILY, (Baltimore, Md.). Papers, 1831-1952.
Daybook/commonplace book of Rudolph Rouse, a Baltimore merchant, for 1831-1832, 1843, 1861 (38p. Ms.), father of Mary Rouse McLaughlin and grandfather of Ethel McLaughlin Turner. Also genealogical correspondence of William C. Rouse, Baltimore, Md., and a chart of the Cockey family from Thomas Cockey (1609-16--), in St. Marys, Maryland by 1634.

Box 11 Folder 2 Unit 251Correspondence and charts re the line of Georgina Rouse Shreck, wife of Rudolph Rouse, who descended from William Shreck and Elizabeth Smith, daughter of Jeremiah Smith, Westmoreland County, Va.

Box 11 Folder 2 Unit 252McLAUGHLIN FAMILY (Scotland and Baltimore, Md.). Correspondence and Photographs, 1870-1879.
Letters to Miss Maggie McLaughlin, 242 Gay Street, Baltimore, Md., from her cousin, Elizabeth Graham, and aunt, Margaret M. Hutchison, Garthland, Scotland, re chit-chat and family matters; and photographs of John and Elizabeth Graham, Garthland, Scotland, 1871; Matt Hutchinson (Daniel McLaughlin's uncle by marriage), 1870; Mrs. Margaret McLaughlin Hutchinson (Daniel McLaughlin's aunt), in Scotland, 1870; and a photo of Rudoly Rouse, father of Mary Rouse McLaughlin.

TURNER, PAUL B. AND ETHEL M. (Madison, Wis.). Papers, ca.1712-1956.

Box 11 Folder 3 Unit 253[Ethel M. Turner] "Fun and Fortune in Family Hunting Grounds." (24 l. Ms.) Re methodology in genealogical research.

Box 11 Folder 3 Unit 254____. Diaries of vacation/genealogical research trips of Ethel M. Turner and Paul B. Turner, 1951, 1954, 1956, in Canada, New England, and Eastern states.

Box 11 Folder 3 Unit 255Paul B. Turner commencement programs, Stoughton High School, 1900, and the University of Wisconsin, 1905.

Box 11 Folder 3 Unit 256Ethel M. and Paul B. wedding memorabilia, 1912.

Box 11 Folder 3 Unit 257____. ____. Personal papers.

Box 11 Folder 3 Unit 258Turner/Stoughton family vital statistics rescords from the 1712 Stoughton (Wolcott) Bible and the Orren M. Turner Bible. (Photocopies and microfilm strips.)

Box 11 Folder 3 Unit 259Amos Page (fl. 1818) Revolutionary war pension record.

STOUGHTON, SARAH ELLEN ("Ella" "Ellie") (Madison and Stoughton, Wis.; North McGregor, Iowa, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio, and Brooklyn, N.Y.). Correspondence and Papers, 1854-1874.

Correspondence, 1854-1874:

Box 12 Folder 1 Unit 260Outgoing letters, 1863-1867.
Courtship letters to "Mac" (Orren McClure Turner, whom she married in 1965, who was in Stoughton and North McGregor, Iowa, where he was the agent for the Milwaukee and Prairie du Chien Railway), and to many family members, written from Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio, Brooklyn, N.Y., Madison, and Stoughton.

Incoming letters, 1854-1874.
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Box 12 Folder 4 Unit 2671865
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Box 12 Folder 4 Unit 2691870-1874

Papers, 1858-1870s:

Box 12 Folder 5 Unit 270Student exercises and compositions written while a student at Milton Academy, Milton, Wis., [1858-1860]

Box 12 Folder 5 Unit 271Receipts for purchases in dry goods stores, New York City, 1863, and recipes for home medicines.

Box 12 Folder 5 Unit 272Receipts, 1863-1864, as secretary of the Universalist Sociable and Dime Society, Universalist Church, Stoughton.

Box 12 Folder 5 Unit 273Commonplace book, containing household accounts, cooking recipes, and home medicinals [1870s], Stoughton.

STOUGHTON, LUELLA ELIZA (1837-1923). (Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio, Milton, Albion, Janesville, and Stoughton, Wis.). Correspondence and Papers, 1855-1888, 1921

Box 13 Folder 1 Unit 274Incoming letters and business papers, 1855-1888, and papers re the Mexican property of the I.O. Brictson estate in Dane County.

Box 13 Folder 1 Unit 274.1Re her attendance at Oberlin College, 1862-1863, including printed class and society programs, schedules of examinations, and commencement programs.

Box 13 Folder 1 Unit 274.2Re her attendance at Milton Academy, Milton, Wis., 1859-1863, including printed programs of society events, commencement programs, and tuition receipts. Transferred to printed materials.

Box 13 Folder 1 Unit 274.3Not used

Box 13 Folder 1 Unit 274.4Printed broadsides, flyers, cards, etc., including Albion Academy graduation programs, 1857, 1861; Union High School program, 1861; programs of the New Year's Ball and the Rock River Engine Company No. 1 Festival, Janesville, 1845-1857; Republican Party broadside, Stoughton, 1869, re the Stoughton post office, and other Stoughton and Janesville imprints. (Many of these are not listed in the Historical Records Survey, Wisconsin Imprints Checklist.) Transferred to printed materials.

Box 13 Folder 1 Unit 274.5Valentines and correspondence portfolio, ca. 1860, and other non-Wisconsin related printed materials.

Box 13 Folder 2 Unit 275Milton Academy stock certificate, 1881, and an engraving of W.C. Whitford, president of Milton College.

STOUGHTON, NANCY (1805-1853, Sister of Luke Stoughton) (Westfield, Vt., and Stoughton, Wis.). Papers, 1833-1851.

Box 13 Folder 3 Unit 276-278Commonplace book ("Nancy Stoughton's Album"), Westfield, Vt., 1833-1839, which includes pencil sketches, verse, friends' inscriptions, and loose pages of philosophical jottings, and art work of Nancy Stoughton.

Box 13 Folder 4 Unit 279Diary and commonplace book, 1837-1851; and a diary at Westfield, Vt., 1831-1847, with a partial transcript by Ethel M. Turner.

Box 13 Folder 4 Unit 280Commonplace book of quotations.

Box 13 Folder 4 Unit 281"Stoughton Searcher," E.M. Stoughton, editor. Stoughton, Wis., Nov. 1860. No. 1 (Ms., 11l. Verse, riddles, and fragmentary references to persons and events in Stoughton, in newspaper format.)

STOUGHTON, LUKE (1836-1874). (Stoughton, and Janesville, Wis.). Correspondence and Papers, 1831-1891, 1939.
Box 14 Folder 1 Unit 282-284.2Very fragmentary collection of incoming letters, stock certificates, surveys of land holdings in Dunkirk Township, his will and estate papers, 1873-1939, and other business papers; philosophical jottings and Biblical commentaries. Also included is a group of childhood letters to family members by Willis Stoughton Williams and Alice Luella Williams, children of Nelson and Delette Stoughton Williams, 1874-1879. Includes typescript biography of Luke Stoughton. 35l.

TURNER, ORREN McCLURE (1838-1918) (Stoughton, Milwaukee, and Janesville, Wis.; North McGregor, Iowa; Erie, Pa.; Wilkin and Hennepin counties, Minn.; and San Diego, Calif.). Correspondence and Papers, 1860-1919.

Box 15 Unit 285Diaries, Stoughton, Wis. [1861-1899]. 17 vols. Very fragmentary personal records, financial transactions, and business memoranda.

Box 16 Unit 286____. [1900-1918]. 16 vols.

Box 17 Folder 1 Unit 287Incoming letters, 1863-1867, 1873.
Personal and business letters, some of which relate to his work as agent for the Milwaukee and Prairie du Chien Railway.

Box 17 Folder 2 Unit 288Incoming letters, 1864-1873.
From Turner's sister, Helen Johnson, Erie, Pa.

Box 17 Folder 3 Unit 289Incoming letters, 1865-1866.
From Turner's sister, Belle, in Stoughton, to Turner in North McGregor, Iowa, and Milwaukee.

Business Papers, 1860-1919: Incoming letters, receipts, tax statements, deeds, mortgages, and other papers relating to his business affairs and land holdings in Stoughton and Janesville, Wisconsin, Hennepin and Wilkin County, Minnesota, and San Diego, California. Subjects, organizations, and persons mentioned include the Milwaukee and Prairie du Chien Railway; Western Union Rail Road, Racine, Wis.; Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway; Stoughton State Bank and the Dane County Bank, Stoughton, 1882-1883; United States Manufacturing Co., Stoughton, Wis.; Stoughton Electric Light and Power Co.; Stoughton flour mill; Turner's wheat and tobacco sales; S.W. Melendy; Giles Stoughton; T.E. Sayre, Janesville; and Turner's obituary, 1918, and Civil War discharge paper, Aug. 21, 1861.

Box 18 Folder 1-11 Unit 290-3001860-1900

Box 19 Folder 1-4 Unit 301-3041901-1919

TURNER, MARY ADA (1867-1930. Daughter of Sarah Ellen Stoughton and Orren McClure Turner). Papers, 1882-1930, 1943.

Box 20 Folder 1 Unit 305Incoming letters, 1887-1916. Correspondents include her parents, Adelle C. Melendy, Ella A. Giles, her brothers and sisters and friends, M.A. Smith, Philadelphia, manufacturer of gymnasium shoes, William G. Anderson, Yale University Gymnasium, New Haven Conn., re her work with Anderson at Chautauqua, N.Y. and the Anderson Normal School of Gymnastics, New Haven, Ella and Giles Reddy, Coronado Beach, Calif. Other materials relate to the State School for the Blind, Janesville, Wis., the West Side Hospital Training School for Nurses, Chicago, 1900, and her will and estate proceedings, 1930, 1943.

Box 20 Folder 1 Unit 306Diary and Commonplace Book, 1885-1889, 96p.
Entries for 1885-1886 describe a journey by train from Stoughton to California made by the Turner family, where Orren M. Turner purchased land and property in San Diego and Coronado Beach. Later entries relate to her various school activities and notes on lectures she attended, probably at Chautauqua, N.Y.

Box 20 Folder 1 Unit 307Printed Materials, 1882-1930.
Tuition receipts, 1882, from the Madison High School, and 1886 from Vassar College, and materials from the Anderson Normal School of Gymnastics, Yale University, where she graduated in 1893. Clippings re her work with the blind at the Wisconsin State School for the Blind, Janesville, Wis., in the rehabilitation of soldiers blinded in World War I. and her work with the blind in Minnesota to 1929.

Box 20 Folder 1 Unit 308 A biographical sketch of Mary Ada Turner, by Ethel M. Turner (6l. Ms.), mentioning her work with the blind and in helping to establish the Carnegie Library in Stoughton.

Box 20 Folder 2 Unit 309TURNER, SARAH E. (1841-1914). Abstract of Title to Sarah E. Turner's Addition to the City of Stoughton, 1836-1934.
Land records prepared by the Dane County Title Co.

Box 20 Folder 3 Unit 310STOUGHTON, FREDERICK A. Estate Papers and Will, 1960-1963.

Box 20 Folder 3 Unit 311McLAUGHLIN, NELLIE T. (Stoughton, Wis.). Will and Estate Papers, 1959-1963.


SERIES B: NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS, CA. 1860-1962.
Clippings relating mainly to the Stoughton and Turner families and the City of Stoughton, Wisconsin. There are scattered clippings relating to family members from newspapers outside of Wisconsin.

Box 21 Folder 1 Unit 312TURNER, ORREN M. Clippings, ca. 1860-1918.
Notebook of bound clippings collected by Orren McClure Turner, ca. 1887-1895, relating to Robert G. Ingersoll, Henry Ward Beecher, public access to the shores of Devil's Lake, Wisconsin, and other miscellany and verse.

Box 21 Folder 1 Unit 313Miscellany, mainly on religious themes, and verse.

Box 21 Folder 1 Unit 314Re World War I.

TURNER-STOUGHTON FAMILY CLIPPINGS, ca. 1891-1971.

Box 21 Folder 2 Unit 315A. Boynton, Caroline (Mrs. Henry Duncan). Obit., Oct. 31, 1891.
B. Harper, Mrs. Elizabeth Mc Laughlin (sister of Ethel M. Turner). Obit. Nov. 16. 1945.
C. Isham, A.H. Obit.
D. Jones, William A. Obit.
E. Religious clippings from McLaughlin family Bible.
F. McLaughlin, Bruce (son of Martha and Bill Turner, Canoga Park, Calif.). Birth announcement. Aug. 11, 1956.
G. McLaughlin, Mrs. Mary E. (wife of Noble Earl McLaughlin). Obit., May 29, 1931.
H. McLaughlin, Noble Earl. Clippings about, 1908-1941.
I. Ruddy, Mrs. Ella Giles. Obit.
J. Smith, Reuben. Marriage to Marion Morrison McMillan, Bruce, Wis., Nov. 25, 1901.
K. Stoughton, Luke and family. Re portraits presented to Stoughton Public Library, 1946.
L. Turner, Darlene Ethel (daughter of Dan and Ruth Turner). Birth announcement, Sep. 9, 1952.
M. Turner, Diane L. (daughter of Dan and Ruth Turner). Birth announcement, Oct. 6. 1946.
N. Turner, Mrs. O.M. Stoughton, Obit., Apr. 17, 1914.
O. Turner, Mrs. Ethel, Madison, Obit., Dec. 27, 1971.
P. Turner, Nathaniel (d.1647). Clipping re his life, 1935.
Q. Turner, Mary Ada, Madison, Obits., Apr. 29, 1930.
R. Turner, Roy Stoughton, Madison. Obit., Sep. 15, 1953.
S. Turner, Roy-Hintze families. Clipping, 1917.

Box 21 Folder 3 Unit 326TURNER-STOUGHTON FAMILIES, AND STOUGHTON AND JANESVILLE, WIS. Clippings, ca. 1891-1962.
A. Universalist Church, Stoughton, Wis.
B. Stoughton, Wis., Centennial, 1947.
C. Roy Turner marriage.
D. Arthur A. Stoughton, architect, Mt. Vernon, N.Y., Obit., 1955.
E. Janesville Royal Arch Masons.
F. A.G. Stoughton, Midwest Piping Co., St. Louis, Mo.
G. Norwegians in Stoughton.
H. Stoughton Cemetery Association, 1956.
I. First Baptist Church, Stoughton.
J. Mrs. Nellie Dadison House, N. Main and 4th Ave., Janesville, 1957.
K. William S. Pitts, composer of the song, "Little Brown Church in the Vale." 1956. Photos.
L. Clara Benson Stoughton, obit.
M. John Warren, Madison artist, exhibit, Dec. 22, 1959.
N. Arthur V. Stoughton, Claremont, Calif., obit.
O. The Rev. Thomas Hooker Bible.
P. Luke Stoughton.
Q. Mrs. Delette H. Williams, obit. 1928.
R. Lucius H. Page. Biographical sketch by daughter, Mrs. D.F. Sayre, Fulton, Rock County, Wis., 1943. Photo
S. Eliza Stoughton, obit., May 1, 1891.
T. Jonathan Stoughton and the founding of the University of Illinois.
U. Razing of the Luke Stoughton building at Court and Main Streets, Stoughton, 1895.
V. Miss Luella E. Stoughton (sister of Mrs. O. M. Turner, obit., Jan. 8, 1923.
W. Nelson Williams, Minneapolis, Minn. (m. Delette H. Stoughton), obit. Survived by Willis S., son, Mrs. Charles B. Peck, Chicago, Mrs. Edward N. Osborne, and Beatrice E. Williams.
X. Mrs. David F. Sayre, Town of Fulton, Rock County, Wis., obit., Nov. 18, 1950.
Y. Miss Ada Thompson, "Pioneer Days in Stoughton," in the Stoughton Hub, 8, 9, 10 Jun 1908; also complete in a supplement to the Stoughton Hub, Jun. 12, 1908.
Z. The Stoughton Historical Museum, story and photos, including the painting "The Good Samaritan," executed by Charles Sobye, 1885, who was a painter at the Mandt Wagon Works, Stoughton.
AA. "Reminiscences of Ye Olden Times [in Stoughton]", by J.M. Hibbard, editor of the Stoughton Courier-Hub [ca. 1922]?]
BB. Mary Ada Turner, obit.
CC. O.M. Turner and the interurban line development in Stoughton [ca. 1900?]
DD. Mary D. Watkins (sister of Mrs. O.M. Turner), Stoughton, obit., Mar. 12, 1915.
EE. George H. Warren, Tomah, Wis., obit. [1922?]
FF. Stoughton Civic Center
GG. Capital Times, old Bible awards search, Oct. 11, 1952
HH. Luke Lynn Turner, obit., Jul. 2, 1878 (aged 9 years).

Box 21 Folder 3 Unit 317NEWSPAPERS, 1870-1931.
A. The Milwaukee Sentinel, Oct. 3, 1870.
B. The Stoughton Courier-Hub, Oct. 21, 1931. Silver Anniversary edition, with many feature articles on Stoughton history.
C. Anniversary of Milton Academy, from the Janesville Gazette, [n.d.] Re graduation exercises at which Carl Schurz spoke to the literary societies.
D. Beatrice Turner, nee Williams (sister-in-law of Paul M. Turner), obit., Dec. 30, 1963.
E. Roy Stoughton Turner (brother of Paul M. Turner), obit., Sep. 14, 1953, with TS. Copy of sermon preached at his funeral by the Rev. James Saunders, Stoughton, Wis. 3 leaves.
F. Palmer, Henry L. Obit., Milwaukee. President of Northwestern Life Insurance Company for 35 years.


SERIES C: BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, BROADSIDES, FOLDERS AND OTHER PAPER EPHEMERA

Box 22 Unit 318Stiles, Henry R. THE HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. CONNECTICUT, INCLUDING EAST WINDSOR, SOUTH WINDSOR, AND ELLINGTON, PRIOR TO 1768,…. N.Y., Charles B. Norton, 1859. 922 p. Genealogical information on the Stoughton family; see index for page numbers. L.E. Stoughton autograph on front fly.

Box 23 Unit 319Hayes, Lyman Simpson, HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF ROCKINGHAM VERMONT INCLUDING THE VILLAGES OF BELLOWS FALLS, SAXTONS RIVER, ROCKINGHAM, CAMBRIDGEPORT AND BARTONSVILLE, 1753-1907 WITH FAMILY GENEALOGIES. Bellows Falls, Vt., Published by the Town, 1907. 850p. Bradley Stoughton autograph on title page.

Box 24 Unit 320THE UNITED STATES BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY AND PORTRAIT GALLERY OF EMINENT AND SELF-MADE MEN. WISCONSIN VOLUME. Chicago, Cincinnati and New York, American Biographical Publishing Co., 1877. 693 p. ports. (autographed) Biography of Luke Stoughton: p. 178; Biography of Hiram H. Giles: p. 165

Box 25 Unit 321THE BIOGRAPHICAL CYCLOPEDIA OF REPRESENTATIVE MEN OF MARYLAND AND DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. Baltimore, National Biographical Publishing Co., 1879. 716p. ports. (autographed) Biography of Daniel McLaughlin: p.315; Biography of George McLaughlin: p.481

Box 26 Unit 322Bible, English, Authorized. 1712. THE HOLY BIBLE…London, Printed by the Assigns of Thomas Newcomb and Henry Hills, deceased, 1712. Genealogical information on the family of Joseph Stoughton (1737-1815), at end of Old Testament.

Box 27 Unit 323Bible, English, Authorized. 1844. THE HOLY BIBLE CONTAINING THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS…WITH CANNE'S MARGINAL REFERENCES TOGETHER WITH THE APOCRYPHA AND CONCORDANCE…THE TEXT CORRECTED ACCORDING TO THE STANDARD OF THE AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY. Hartford, S. Andrus and Son, 1844. Inscribed in MS: Luke Stoughton. Genealogical information, including marriage, birth, and death records of the family of Luke Stoughton (1799-1874) in MS, at end of Old Testament.

Box 27 Unit 324Bible. English, Authorized. THE HOLY BIBLE, CONTAINING THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS:. . . . New York, Oxford University Press American Branch, [n.d.] [n.p.]

Box 27 Unit 325Beecher, Henry Ward. THE LIFE OF JESUS, THE CHRIST. New York, J.B. Ford and Co., 1871. 510p. Inscribed: Luella E. Stoughton, Stoughton, Wis. 1872.

Box 28 Unit 326Bible. English. Authorized. HOLY BIBLE CONTAINING THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS… THE TEXT CONFORMABLE TO THE STANDARD OF THE AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY. Philadelphia, John E. Potter and Co., [n.d.] 767, 22, 41p. Inscribed: Merry Christmas, 1869, Mac to Ellie. Genealogical information including birth, marriage, and death records on the family of O.M. Turner (1838-1918), preceding p. [572]

Box 28 Unit 327Bible. English. Authorized. 1828. THE NEW TESTAMENT OF OUR LORD AND SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST; … Boston, Lincoln & Edmands, 1828. 292p. Printed on front fly: Nancy Stoughton. On back fly: Printed obituary notice of Thomas Stoughton, who died in Cleveland, Ohio, Mar. 31, 1835.

Box 28 Unit 328Bible. English. Authorized. THE HOLY BIBLE, CONTAINING THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS: …. Oxford, Printed at the University Press; New York, 42 Bleecker St., [n.d.] 1000p.

Box 29 Unit 329Webster, Noah. AN AMERICAN DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE…. 15TH ED. New York, N.& J. White, 1838. 1011p. Inscribed: H.H. Giles.

Box 29 Unit 330THE LIFE OF REV. RICHARD BAXTER. CHIEFLY COMPILED FROM HIS OWN WRITINGS] New York, American Tract Society [n.d.] 144p. Stamped on front fly within ornamental border: Luke Stoughton.

Box 29 Unit 331Bible. English. Authorized. THE HOLY BIBLE, CONTAINING THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENT: TRANSLATED OUT OF THE ORIGINAL TONGUES: AND WITH THE FORMER TRANSLATIONS DILIGENTLY COMPARED AND REVISED, BY HIS MAJESTY'S SPECIAL COMMAND. APPOINTED TO BE READ IN CHURCHES. Oxford, Printed at the University Press; London, Henry Frowde. Oxford University Press Warehouse, Amen Corner, New York, 42 Bleecker Street. [n.d.] (Oxford facsimile series, no.2) Inscribed: Mary Ada Turner from Mama, Stoughton March 1st 1887.

Box 29 Unit 332Bible. English. [MINIATURE NEW TESTAMENT] Lacks title page and end pages following Rev. Ch. 21, Verse 26. 3 7/8 x 2 5/8 in.
Inscribed on p.2 of cover: Presented to Daniel McLaughlin 1845. This is crossed out with the inscription: Never was D. McLaughlin's Bible: L.C.M. 1960.

Box 29 Unit 333Bible. English. [Early 1700s?] Lacks front cover, title page, and beginning pages of text./Cheney family birth and death records in MS in back, 1746-1768, children of Oliver and Hannah Cheney.

Box 29 Unit 334Hallock, William A. MEMOIR OF HARLAN PAGE: OR THE POWER OF PRAYER AND PERSONAL EFFORT FOR THE SOULS OF INDIVIDUALS. New York, American Tract Society [1835] 230p. port. Illus. Stamped on front fly in ornamental border: Luke Stoughton. Inscribed: Ruldan Page Baltimore Vt.

Box 30 Unit 335Bible. English. Authorized. 1850. THE NEW TESTAMENT OF OUR LORD AND SAVIOUR JESUS CHRIST. THE TEXT CAREFULLY PRINTED FROM THE MOST CORRECT COPIES OF THE PRESENT AUTHORIZED VERSION. INCLUDING THE MARGINAL READINGS AND PARALLEL TEXTS, WITH A COMMENTARY AND CRITICAL NOTES…. By Adam Clarke…. New ed., improved. Complete in one volume. Philadelphia, Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co., 253 Market Street, for James A. Bill, 1850. 455, 546p. map. Spine title: Clarke's commentary, New testament. Inscribed: H.H. Giles.

Box 30 Unit 336MADISON, DANE COUNTY AND SURROUNDING TOWNS: BEING A HISTORY AND GUIDE TO PLACES OF SCENIC BEAUTY AND HISTORICAL NOTE FOUND IN THE TOWN OF DANE COUNTY AND SURROUNDINGS, INCLUDING THE ORGANIZATION OF THE TOWNS, AND EARLY INTERCOURSE OF THE SETTLERS WITH THE INDIANS, THEIR CAMPS, TRAILS, MOUNDS, ETC., WITH A COMPLETE LIST OF COUNTY SUPERVISORS AND OFFICERS, AND LEGISLATIVE MEMBERS, MADISON VILLAGE AND CITY COUNCIL. Madison, Pub. By Wm. J. Park & Co., Booksellers, Stationers and Binders, 11 King St., 1877. 664p. and [8]p. of advs. Ilus., ports. Inscribed: Luella Stoughton.

Box 30 Unit 337[Tyrrell, Henry Franklin] SEMI-CENTENNIAL HISTORY OF THE NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN 1859-1908. Published by authority of its executive committee under the supervision of a special committee consisting of George H. Noyes, George C. Markham, and Frederick C. Winkler. Milwaukee, 1908. 389p. ilus. Ports. Life insurance in Wisconsin: p.36-47. Inscribed: Luke Stoughton [who was a charter member of the company]

Box 30 Unit 338Guernsey, Orrin, ed. and comp. HISTORY OF ROCK COUNTY, AND TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROCK COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY AND MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. Janesville, Wis., Wm. M. Doty and Brother, Printers, 1856. 350p. illus. ports.

Box 30 Unit 339Turner, Ethel McLaughlin, Paul Boynton Turner, Lucia Kate Page Sayre. WISCONSIN PAGE PIONEERS AND KINDFOLK. Waterloo, Wis., Artcraft Press, 1953. 487p. illus., ports. Re family of John Page (1858-1676

Box 30 Unit 340THE ENGLISH ANCESTRY OF THOMAS STOUGHTON, 1588-1661 AND HIS SON THOMAS STOUGHTON, 1624-1684, OF WINDSOR, CONN. HIS BROTHER ISRAEL STOUGHTON, 1603-1645 AND HIS NEPHEW WILLIAM STOUGHTON, 1631-1701 OF DORCHESTER, MASS. English research authorized by Frederick Arthur Stoughton through Ethel Stokes of London, genealogist. Supplemented and organized by Ethel McLaughlin Turner and Paul Boynton Turner. [Waterloo, Wis., Artcraft Press, 1958] 159p. illus., ports.

Box 30 Unit 341Boston, Mass. Cemetery Dept. ANNUAL REPORT OF THE CEMETERY DEPARTMENT OF THE CITY OF BOSTON FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1904-1905, AND A HISTORICAL SKETCH OF THE FIRST BURYING GROUND IN DORCHESTER (DORCHESTER NORTH BURYING GROUND) Boston, Mass., Municipal Printing Office, 1905. 266 p. plates. Photograph of the tomb of Gov. William Stoughton, facting p.234.

Box 31 Folder 1 Unit 342Archibald, Warren Seymour. THOMAS HOOKER. [n.p.] Published for the Tercentenary Commission of the State of Connecticut, Committee on Historical Publications, 1933. 19p.

Box 31 Folder 1 Unit 343BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF CHARLES BRADLEY STOUGHTON. N.Y., James to White & Co., 1909. 2p. port. Reprinted from the National Cyclopaedia of American Biography.

Box 31 Folder 1 Unit 344Burkitt, Rev. Henry J. THE STORY OF STOUGHTON [ENGLAND] BY CAMERA. PEN AND Guildford, Biddle & Shippam, 1910. 45p. (+c.2)

Box 31 Folder 1 Unit 345Carpenter's Company of the City and County of Philadelphia. CARPENTERS' HALL, AND ITS HISTORIC MEMORIES. [Phila., Pa.] Published by the Company, 1876. 20p. illus.

Box 31 Folder 1 Unit 345FOUR GENERATIONS ON THE LINE. HIGHLIGHTS ALONG THE MILWAUKEE ROAD'S FIRST HUNDRED YEARS. Chicago, Ringley-O'Brien Press, 1950. 48p. illus. ports. On the history of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway, the Milwaukee Road.

Box 31 Folder 1 Unit 345.1Dietz, J. Stanley, comp. THE BATTLE FLAGS AND WISCONSIN TROOPS IN THE CIVIL WAR AND WAR WITH SPAIN. [Madison] 1943. 64p. Re Orren McClure Turner in Co. K, 1st. Wis. (3 mos.) Regt.

Box 31 Folder 1 Unit 346Fuller, George W. DESCENDANTS OF THOMAS STOUGHTON [1600-1661] OF DORCHESTER, MASS. Potsdam, N.Y., Herald-Recorder Presss, 1929. 34p. Photo of George W. Fuller in c.1. (+c.2, paper)

Box 31 Folder 1 Unit 347Gisholt Machine Co., Madison, Wis. SHOP INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONS, A HANDY BOOK FOR READY REFERENCE AND SHOP RULES. Madison, Wis [1920s?] [23] p. illus.

Box 31 Folder 1 Unit 348IN MEMORY OF WALLACE STOUGHTON. [n.y., 1882] 32P. PORT. "Report of a meeting of the bar…of the state of New-York, and of the United States, for the second circuit, held in the city of New-York, on Friday, January 15, 1882." (+c.2)

Box 31 Folder 1 Unit 349Ingersoll, Robert G. ABOUT THE HOLY BIBLE. A LECTURE BY ROBERT G. INGERSOLL. N.Y., C.P. Farrell, 1894. 73p. Inscribed: O.M. Turner, Stoughton, Wis. 1/9/95.

Box 31 Folder 1 Unit 349.1LOVING TRIBUTE TO THE LIFE AND WORK OF MISS HEBE SEWELL WHI DIED IN STOUGHTON, WISCONSIN, SUNDAY, AUGUST 15, 1915. [N.P., N.D.] [20]P. photo. Cover title: Memorial to Miss Hebe Sewell.

Box 31 Folder 2 Unit 350McLaughlin, Erwin R. A MCLAUGHLIN FAMILYHISTORY; BEING A RECORD OF THE ANCESTRY & DESCENDANTS OF GEORGE MCLAUGHLIN, WHO CAME TO BALTIMORE, MD. FROM LONDONDERRY, IRELAND, ABOUT 1828. [Delmar, N.Y., The Author] 1965. [iii] 102, [11]l. illus., maps, ports, processed. Ullus.: McLaughlin Brothers Shoe Store & Factory, Baltimore, Maryland.

Box 31 Folder 2 Unit 351Moore, Charles W. and S.W.B. Carnegy. THE MASONIC TRESTLE-BOARD, ADAPTED TO THE NATIONAL SYSTEM OF WORK AND LECTURES, AS REVISD AND PERFECTED BY THE UNITED STATES MASONIC CONVENTION, AT BALTIMORE, MD., A.L. 5843. Boston, Charles W. Moore, 1846. 112p. illus. Inscription: Stamp of Luke Stoughton.

Box 31 Folder 2 Unit 352Pratt, Irene, and Mary Sayre. FULTON VILLAGE [WISCONSIN]: A SHORT HISTORY. Edgerton, Wis., 1966. 95p. illus. maps. On the history of a Rock County community.

Box 31 Folder 2 Unit 352.1Ribton-Turner, C.J. STRATON-ON-AVON AND CHARLECOTE…. Leamington Spa, Frank Glover, "Courier" Works [1901] 56p. illus. Lacks covers. Signature of Mrs. S.S. Cox, Elyria, Ohio.

Box 31 Folder 2 Unit 353Ribton-Turner, C.J. WARWICK CASTLE AND TOWN. Leamington, Frank Glover, "Courier" Office, Church Walk, 1906. 80p. illus. On the history of Warwick, England, and the castle, and Anthony Stoughton (fl. 1583). Inscribed: Mrs. S.S. Cox, Elyria, Ohio.

Box 31 Folder 2 Unit 354Ruddy, Ella Giles. LACE O'ME LIFE. Los Angeles, The Authori, 1916, 48p. Poetry.

Box 31 Folder 2 Unit 355"SHERIDAN'S RIDE." [N.P., N.D.] FOLD., 4P. Verse on a celebration held in Louisville, Kentucky, honoring Gen. Phil Sheridan, attended by Robert Lincoln and President Johnson.

Box 31 Folder 2 Unit 356Stoughton, Wis. STOUGHTON CENTENNIAL PROGRAM….A PAGEANT DEPICTING SOME OF THE SCENES AND HIGHLIGHTS IN THE HISTORY OF STOUGHTON FROM 1847-1947. {Stoughton? 1947] [8]p. covers included in paging.

Box 31 Folder 3 Unit 357Stoughton, Wis. Freemasons. BY-LAWS OF KEGONSA LODGE NO. 73, OF A.F. AND A. MASONS, LOCATED AT STOUGHTON, WIS. ADOPTED FEBRUARY 21, 1882. Stoughton, Wis., Courier Job Print, 1882. 24p.

Box 31 Folder 3 Unit 358Stoughton, Ralph M., comp. THE STOUGHTON FAMILY OF GILL, MASSACHUSETTS. [n.p.] 1954. 94p.

Box 31 Folder 3 Unit 359Technical Club of Madison, Wis. MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY. [Madison] Mar. 1950. 34p.

Box 31 Folder 3 Unit 360A TRIBUTE TO HORACE WILLARD HOOKER, 1876-1937. [N.Y.?] [Hooker Electrochemical Co., 1937?] [30]p. illus. ports. On the business career and family of Horace Willard Hooker, founder of the Hooker Electrochemical Co. Includes col. Illus. of the Hooker coat of arms.

Box 31 Folder 3 Unit 361Universalist Church. THE UNIVERSALIST GENERAL CONVENTION, 1894. {n.p., 1894] 4p. Report of finances and activities nationally.
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Box 31 Folder 3 Unit 362Universalist Publishing House, Boston, Mass. SUNDAY SCHOOL HELPER LESSONS. [4]p. Holdings: v.22, no.2, Feb. 1891, v.25, no.10, Oct. 1894.

BROADSIDES, FOLDERS, CARDS, INVITATIONS, AND OTHER PRINTED MISCELLANY.

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 363Albion Academy, Albion, Wis. CLOSE OF THE WINTER TERM OF ALBION ACADEMY. 1857. PROGRAMME. Janesville, Gazette Print [1857] Fold. 8 x 5 in. [4]p. Printed on p.[1,3]

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 363____. EXHIBITION OF ALBION ACACEMY, WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER #TH, 1861. order of exercises. [n.p., Janesville? 1861] Fold. 7 7/8 x 4 7/8 in. [4]p. Printed on p.[1,3] P.[3] has order of exercises for Thursday evening, December 5th, 1861.

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 363BURNS' ANNIVERSARY, AND CALEDONIAN BALL. ON WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 25th, 1860. AT LAPPIN'S HALL, JANESVILLE. {Janesville? 1860] Fold. 8 x 5 in. [4]p. Printed on p.{1,3] "Hon. James Armstrong, will deliver and address on the genius of the poet.

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 363Burlington {Vt.?] COMMENCEMENT BALL. BURLINGTON, AUGUST 1st, 1832. AT THE AMERICAN HOTEL. M[r Stoughton, in MS] IS INVITED. Burlington {Vt.? 1832] Card. 1 ¾ x 3 in. "Managers": L. Southgate, W.F. Griswold, E.L.B. Brooks [etc.]

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 363Chittenden & Robinson, Janesville, Wis. REGIMEN FOR THE SICK, WHILE UNDER HOMEOPATHIC TREATMENT. [Janesville? 1849] Advertisement. 7 7/8 x 6 5/8 in. [2]p. Signed: Chittenden & Robinson, homoeopathic physicians & surgeons. Office on the west side of the river, nearly opposite the Stevens House….

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 363E. Valentine & Co., Milwaukee, Wis. {ADVERTISEMENT FOR VARIOUS KINDS OF SOAPS AND SOAP DENTRIFICE] Milwaukee, Starr & Son, Printers {ca. 1867] Fold. Advertisement. 7 5/8 x 4 ¼ in [4]p.

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 363E.W. Keyes Steam Fire Engine Co. No. 1 [Madison, Wis.] E.W. KEYES STEAM FIRE ENGINE CO., NO. 1, WILL HOLD A SOIREE SELECT AT COMMERCIAL COLLEGE HALL, FRIDAY EVENING, FEB. 1, 1867. Invitation card. 2 5/8 x 4 ½ in. To Mr. [Mc Turner, in MS] and lady. "Committee of arrangements": H.A. Dyke, Wm. W. Bird, H. E. Willis {etc.] "Music by Williams & Serverance's Milwaukee band."

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 364Milton Academy, Milton, Wis. EXERCISES OF THE EXAMINATION WEEK OF THE WINTER TERM, ENDING MARCH 16th, 1866…. Janesville, Veeder & Devereaux, Printers [1886] Broadside. 8 x 5 in. Envelope addressed to O.M. Turner, Stoughton, Wisc.

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 364____. FIFTH ANNIVERSARY OF MILTON ACADEMY. JULY 4th, 1859. ORDER OF EXERCISES. Broadside. 12 ½ x 8 ½ in. The graduating class: George W. Case, Napoleon Johnson, Shepperd S. Rockwood, Milan W. Serl, Miss Mary E. Chamberlain.

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 364____. M[iss L.E. Stoughton, in MS] TO MILTON ACADEMY DR. TO TUITION, ${7.00, in MS] IN [Latin B., Geometry B and Phys. Geography, in MS] FOR [the 5Fall] TERM, ENDING [December 4, in MS] 186[0] Receivd $8.00, in MS] W.C. WHITFORD, PRINCIPAL. Milton, Rock Co., Wis., [Sept. 30, in MS] 186[0] [Janesville? 1860] illus.

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 364Invoice form. 3 ½ x 8 ¼ in.

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 364[____?] NORMAL CLASSES. EXAMINATION PAPERS, 1860. Broadside. 9 ¾ x 3 ¾ in. Examination questions in Elementary sounds; Grammar; History; Natural philosophy; Algebra; Physical geography.

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 364____. THE OROPHILIAN'S ENTERTAINMENT. MILTON ACADEMY, THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 21, 1961. ORDER OF EXERCISES. [Janesville, Wis.? 1861] Fold. 7 5/8 x 4 7/8 in. [4]p. Printed on p.[1]

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 364____. PUBLIC SESSION OF THE LADIES LITERARY SOCIETY, OF MILTON ACADEMY, MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 5th, 1859. PROGRAMME. Janesville, Wis., Gazette Print, [1859] Fold. 8 x 5 in. [4]p. Printed on p.[1] Program includes: Woman's rights convention.

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 364____. PUBLIC SESSION OF THE LADIES' LITERARY SOCIETY OF THE MILTON ACADEMY, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 20, 1861. [n.p., Janesville? 1861] Fold. 7 ¾ x 4 ¾ in. [4]p. Printed on p.[1]

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 364____. PUBLIC SESSION OF THE PHILOMATHEAN SOCIETY OF MILTON ACADEMY, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 2nd, 1861. ORDER OF EXERCISES. [Janesville, Wis.] Daily Gazette Print. [1861] Fold. 7 ¾ x 4 7/8 in [4]p. Printed on p.[1]

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 364Milton Academy, Milton Wis. PUBLIC SESSION OF THE PHILOMATHEAN SOCIETY, MILTON ACADEMY, MONDAY, MARCH 18, 1861. ORDER OF EXERCISES. [Janesville, Wis.? 1861]

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 364Broadside. 8 x 5 in. "Music furnished by the Richmond family."

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 364____. SIXTH ANNIVERSARY OF MILTON ACADEMY. JULY 10th, 1860. ORDER OF EXERCISES. [Janeville, Wis.? 1860] Fold. 7 ½ x 4 ¾ in. [4]p. Printed on p.[1] Graduating class: J.M. Jones, A.H. Lewis, J. Longfield, O.P.B. Wright, O.U. Whitford, S.S. Wallihan, Miss H.E. Hulse.

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 364____. TEACHERS' FESTIVAL. MILTON ACADEMY. TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 10th, 1863. PROGRAMME. Janesville, Wis., Daily Gazette Office, [1863] Broadside. 7 ¾ x 5 ¼ in.

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 364____. WASHINGTON'S BIRTH DAY, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEB. 22d, 1865. DONATION VISIT AND OYSTER SUPPER FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE REV. W.C. WHITFORD, PRINCIPAL OF THE MILTON ACADEMY. Janesville, Wis., Veeder & Devereux, Printers, [1865] Fold. 7 ½ x 5 in. [4]p. Printed on p.[1] Committee: Ezra Goodrich, Rev. L. Hallock, Timo Walker, [etc.] "The expenses of the Principal of the Academy in living and conducting the School, have been doubled during the War, and the income by tuition has not been increased. The undersigned, . . . take this course to give the friends and the old Students of Mr. Whitford an opportunity to relieve him of a portion of the indebtedness, which he has incurred in his faithful and self-sacrificing charge of the Institution." "Oyster supper 6 shillings each."

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 364NEW YEARS BALL. THE MANAGERS FAMILIARLY SOLICIT THE PLEASURE OF YOUR COMPANY AT THE ASSEMBLY ROOM OF CHARLES STEVENS ON THE 31st. OF DECEMBER INST. AT 4 O'CLOCK P.M. [Janesville, Wis.? 1845] Fold. 8 x 5 in. [4]p. Printed on p.[1] Dated: Janesville, Dec. 24th, 1845. Managers: W.H.H. Bailey, James Bemus, D.O. Rayner, B.F. Pixley, [etc.] In MS on p.[3]: Miss N. Stoughton.

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 364RECITAL BY THE PUPILS OF MISS CLARA FALK, AT ACADEMY HALL, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1892. AT 8 O'CLOCK. [n.p., 1892] Fold. 5 ½ x 4 ¼ in. [4]p. Printed on p.[1-3] Reception committee: Mr. Clarence Olson, Mr. John Ovren, Miss Mena Forton [etc.]

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 365Rock River, Engine Co. No. 1, Janesville, Wis. FIREMEN'S GRAND FESTIVAL. ROCK RIVER ENGINE COMPANY, NO. 1 WILL GIVE THEIR FIRST ANNUAL BALL AT YOUNG AMERICAN HALL, ON THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 1st. 1857. YOUR COMPANY IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. {Janesville? 1856] Fold. 6 ¼ x 4 in. [4]p. Printed on p.[1] In MS, p.[4]: Misses Stoughton's present. Honorary managers: Gilbert Dolson, B.F. Pixley, James Armstrong, F.A. Lawrence [etc.] "Music by Webb & Loudon's Band."

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 365____. LADIES' INVITATION. ROCK RIVER ENGINE COMPANY NUMBER 1. FIRST ANNUAL FESTIVAL AT YOUNG AMERICA HALL, THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 1st, 1857. [Janesville, Wis.? 1856] Card. 2 ¼ x 3 ½ in. Honorary managers: Gilbert Dolson, B.F. Pixley, I. Howland, E.H. Bennett [etc.]

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 365S.C. WEST, JOBBER OF BOOKS, PAPER HANGINGS, STATIONERY, &C. No. 165 East Water Street, Milwaukee. [Milwaukee? 1859] Card. 5 ¼ x 3 in. Calendar for 1960.

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 365STOUGHTON, . . . . 187. m. . . . . BOUGHT OF O.M. TURNER, DEALER IN PINE LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, TIMBER, ETC. Terms cash. Office at the depot. [Stoughton, 187_] Printed invoice form. 4 5/8 x 8 ½ in.

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 365Stoughton, Wis. Crockett House. COTILLION PARTY. CROCKETT HOUSE, VILLAGE OF STOUGHTON. TUESDAY APRIL 27, 1852. The company of yourself and lady is respectfully solicited, at six o'clock, P.M. [Stoughton 1852] Fold. 6 1/8 x 3 ¾ in. [4]p. Printed on p. [1] Managers: Wm. H. Westcott, Alvin West, S.H. Roys [etc.] "Music by J.K. Bowers and Barton."

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 365Stoughton, Wis. Freemasons. MASONIC FESTIVAL AND OYSTER SUPPER AT THE MOSHER HOUSE. Stoughton, Wis. Freemasons. MASONIC FESTIVAL AND OYSTER SUPPER AT THE MOSHER HOUSE, STOUGHTON, WISCONSIN, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 20, 1865. Yourself and lady are respectfully invited. [Stoughton? 1865?] Fold. 7 x 4 ½ in. [4]p. Printed on p.[1,3] Floor managers: F.A. Turner, De M. Crandall. "Music by Webb and Hick's Bank."

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 365Stoughton, Wis. Mosher's Hall. CHRISTMAS PARTY AT MOSHER'S HALL, IN STOUGHTON, THURSDAY EVE., DEC. 24, 1863. The company of yourself and lady is respectfully solicited. Card. 2 ¼ x 3 ½ in. Signed: W.W. Blackman, Harrison Stebbins, J.Mosher, proprietor.

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 365Stoughton, Wis. Pavilion House. INAUGURATION PARTY AT THE PAVILION HOUSE, IN STOUGHTON, J. MOSHER, DRIETOR, ON MONDAY EVENING, MARCH FOURTH, 1861, AT SIX O'CLOCK P.M. The company of yourself and lady is solicited. [Stoughton, Wis.? 1861] Broadside. 7 ¾ x 4 ¾ in. Honorary managers: Luke Stoughton, N.Parker, Hon. H.H. Giles, Geo. Stoughton [etc.]

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 365Stoughton, Wis. Republicans. INDIGNATION MEETING OF THE REPUBLICANS, INTERESTED IN THE STOUGHTON POST OFFICE. {Stoughton, 1869] Broadside. 13 5/8 x 5 ½ in. Printed in two columns. Dated: Stoughton, March 23, '69. Signed: Harvey Stoughton, president, John F. Gilman, Secretary. Text begins: The Republican citizens of Stoughton and vicinity, interested in the Post-office of this place, to the number of over three hundred, met in mass meeting at Higbee's Hall, at 7 o'clock P.M. in pursuance of a call, to express their indignation and dissatisfaction at the removal of A.C. Croft, a crippled soldier, from the said office, and the appointment of J.R. Boyce in his stead,….(+c.2)

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 365Union, Wis. High School. EXHIBITION OF UNION HIGH SCHOOL WILL BE HELD AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH, IN UNION, ON FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 15, 1861, AT 6 ½ O'CLOCK. Admission ten cents. Order of exercises. Janesville, Wis., Gazette Print [1861] Fold. 8 x 5 1/8 in. [4]p. Printed on p.[2,3]

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 365Webb & Hall, Janesville, Wis. WEBB & HALL, WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING. Lappin's Corner, Janesville, Wis. [Janesville, Wis., n.d.] Card. 1 7/8 x 3 in. Signed: James A. Webb, Augustus F. Hall. "Established April, 1856." In MS, along left edge: 1877 Oct.

Box 31 Folder 4 Unit 365Wisconsin, University. Madison, WISCONSIN UNIVERSITY. NINTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF THE HESPERIAN & ATHENAEAN SOCIETIES. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26th, 1861. Madison, Smith & Cullston, Printers, 1861. Fold. 5 x 3 5/8 in. [4]p. Printed on p.[1,3] "Order of exercises": p.[3]


SERIES D. PHOTOGRAPHS 9See Also photographs in Archives and Manuscripts Series, Unit 1960

Box 32 Unit 366TURNER, ORREN MCCLURE, FAMILY (ca. 1872-1880).
Photos include: Eliza Page Stoughton, Giles McClure Turner, Roy Stoughton Turner, Paul Boynton Turner, Luke Lynn Turner, Mary Ada Turner, Andrew Chin, and others unidentified.

Box 32 Unit 367TURNER, ORREN MCCLURE, FAMILY (19th century).
Sarah Ellen Stoughton, and many others unidentified.

Box 32 Unit 368STOUGHTON, LUKE, FAMILY (19th century).
Mrs. Robert Sewell, Luke Stoughton, Eliza Stoughton, Mr. Ruddy, and many others unidentified.

Box 32 Unit 369STOUGHTON, LUKE, FAMILY (19th century).
Luke Stoughton, Eliza Stoughton, Beatrice Williams, Edwin Slawson, Amelia Page Slawson, Emery Axtell, Roy Turner. Includes many photos of 19th century literary, political and military figures.

Box 33 Unit 370STOUGHTON, LUKE, FAMILY AND FRIENDS (19th century)
S.W. Melendy, Angelo Flint, Emma Parker Flint, Mrs. J.P. Lovejoy, Mr. J.P. Lovejoy, Mr. Frank Warren, Mrs. Frank Warren, C.H. Warren, John D. Allen, A.J. Klingman, Eddie Jones, William Jones, Helen Reed, N.H. Kinzman, Alf Isham and wife, Everett Jones and wife, Lucy Green, Frank A. Turner, W.C. Whitford, L.M. Kellogg and wife, Stella Fry, Alexander Atkinson, George M. Fay and wife, Louise Atkinson, Minnie Morgan, Amelia Page Slosson, Emily Wyman.

Box 33 Unit 371STOUGHTON, LUKE, FAMILY AND FRIENDS (19th century).
Orren McClure Turner, Ellen Stoughton Turner, Mary Ada Turner, Luke Lynn Turner, Giles Turner, George Wise and wife, Mrs. Ella Cutter Laughlin, Frederich Higbee Laughlin, Fred Higbee, Wallace Carrier, Will Crane, Belle and Aggie Garfield, Hattie Thompson, LeRoy Page, Agnes Garfield, Isaac Gregory, Rev. Mason, Hattie Blackman, Miss Dickinson, Mrs. Mary Kellogg, Geraldine _____, Capt. E.E. Giles, Robert Rubble, and many others not identified.

Box 34 Unit 372STOUGHTON, LUKE, FAMILY AND FRIENDS (19th century).
Orren M. Turner, Luke Stoughton, Eliza Page Stoughton, Willie S. Williams, Hiram H. Giels, Nelson Williams, Eunice W. Webb, Beatrice Eliza Williams, Rebecca Watson Giles, Robe Dow, Jr., Giles Dow, Ethel Dow Anderson, Ed Slosson, Lathroper Cheney, Chester N. James, Caroline Augusta Boynton, Eliza Page Stoughton, Hulda Delette Stoughton Williams, Mary Emilia Williams Peck, Ethel Peck, George Hiland Warren, Winfield Waldo Warren, Thomas Stebbins Stoughton, John Martin Stoughton, Seymour Stoughton, Caroline August Boynton, Samuel Axtell, Mrs. Higbee, Kate Laughlin, Benjamin Parker Page, Mrs. Pliny Norcross, Hiram H. Giles, Rev. Barlow, Mrs. Rebecca Watson Giles, Thomas Higbee and wife, Fredie Higbee, Dr. George H. Turner, "Dan" Buckman and wife, Mable Buckman, Clinton Palmer and wife, David Camp and wife, Mrs. Charloot Holly-Bigelow Hopkins, Paul Giles, Ada and Roy Turner, Roy and Paul Turner.

Box 34 Unit 373STOUGHTON, WISCONSIN. VIEWS OF THE STOUGHTON AREA 19th century). Presumably as seen from the Stoughton home [ca.1910?]

Box 35 Folder 1 Unit 374TURNER - PAGE - STOUGHTON FAMILIES.
Small prints and negatives taken by Paul B. and Ethel M. Turner in 1951 and 1954 trips to gather materials on these families. Includes materials from Westfield and Springfield, Vermont, Lunnenburg, Massachusetts, Windsor, Connecticut, and Stoughton, Wisconsin. Also includes photos of Hannah Telland Turner, E.T. Lorraine, T. Boyer, and Roy Stoughton Turner.

Box 35 Folder 2 Unit 375Photo of map showing land grant to John Stoughton, Clinton Co., New York, July 25, 1764, Dr. Guy and Clarinda Stoughton, tomb of Gov. William Stoughton, Dorchester, Massachusetts, Hulday Delette Stoughton Williams, Luella Eliza Stoughton, Sarah Ellen Stoughton, Eliza Page Stoughton, Luke Stoughton, Clarinda Stebbins Stoughton.

Box 35 Folder 3 Unit 376Additional Paul B. and Ethel M. Turner photos: Dr. George H. Turner Building, Fredonia, N.Y., home of Thomas Stoughton, Greenbush, Vermont, Stoughton Grange, Stoughton Hall, Harvard University, historical marker at Windsor, Connecticut, Warren-Maxwell House, Weathersfield, Vermont.

Box 35 Folder 4 Unit 377Additional Paul B. and Ethel M. Turner photos: Page and Stoughton markers, Stoughton, Wisconsin cemetery, home of Thomas Stoughton, Perkinsville, Vermont, home of Col. John Boynton, Perkinsville, Vermont, Stoughton home, the "Owl Pen," 1956, John Stoughton marker, Ticonderoga, N.Y., Israel Stoughton marker, Milton, Massachusetts, McLaughlin family cemetery markers, Luke Stoughton monument, Stoughton, Wisconsin, Bigelow monuments, Brooklyn, Wisconsin, Clouden Stoughton, Luke Stoughton marker (Riverside Cemetery, Stoughton, Wisconsin), Nancy Stoughton marker (Riverside Cemetery, Stoughton, Wisconsin), Harvey Biglow.

Box 35 Folder 5 Unit 378Additional Paul B. and Ethel M. Turner photos: Luke and Nancy Stoughton markers (Riverside Cemetery, Stoughton, Wisconsin), Harvey Biglow monument, Brooklyn, Wisconsin, L.H. Page monument, Edgerton, Wisconsin cemetery, Harvey Biglow house, east of Brooklyn, Wisconsin, Page family members, 1955, 1957, Thomas Stoughton brass rubbing; Israel Stoughton historical marker, tomb of William Stoughton, Stoughton crest, "Owl Pen," Stoughton Chapel (England), Stoughton Barracks (England), model of "Mary and John," (ship), George H. and Fanny A. Stoughton.

Box 35 Folder 6 Unit 379Baltimore, Maryland cemetery, Paul B. Turner home, Madison, Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. O.M. Turner, "Stoughton House" marker, Turner children, Windsor, Connecticut historical marker, Old Grant House, Dunkirk, Wisconsin, and other family associated photos.

Box 35 Folder 7 Unit 380Alto Page, Luke Lynn Turner, Clouden Stoughton (brother of Luke Stoughton), Luella Stoughton.

Box 35 Folder 8 Unit 381Luke Stoughton

Box 35 Folder 9 Unit 382George Stoughton (brother of Luke), Dr. Guy Stoughton (father of John M. and Arthur Stoughton), Clarinda Stebbins Stoughton (wife of Guy Stoughton).

Box 36 Unit 383Eliza Page Stoughton (wife of Luke Stoughton).

Box 36 Unit 384Sarah Ellen Stoughton Turner (1841-1914). (Wife of O.M. Turner.)

Box 36 Unit 385Orren McClure ("Mac") Turner (1838-1918).

Box 36 Unit 386TURNER FAMILY & FRIENDS
A. Ella Giles' home (exterior)
B. Aunt Delette, Minnetonka [Minn.] 1919
C. Ed Ahara, 1900
D. Alice Hale Waterman Darrow (Harry Hale's sister)
E. Luke Lynn Turner
F. A. H. Whitford, N.Y.
G. Ethel Williams Peck and Wilbur Willis Peck (1892)
H. Auntie D[elette], Ed, Edward, Mary, Tris and Alice, at lake, 1919.
I. Willis and Ethel Peck, children of Mary William Peck, 1890
J. Beatrice Williams (daughter of Delette Stoughton, wife of M. Giles M. Turner
K. Ethel Peck (child)
L. Miss Beatrice Williams, dau. of Mr. and Mrs. Williams, M. Giles M. Turner
M. Mrs. Nelson Williams, nee Huldah Delette Stoughton
N. Mrs. Eliza Stoughton, Mrs. Heldah D. Williams, Mrs. Mary W. Peck, Ethel Peck

Box 36 Unit 387A. Alice Williams, Tris Williams, Ada Turner, James Christmas, Harry Johnson, M.D. Tom E. Lockhart, Md. 1890
B. Paul Boynton Turner & Roy Stoughton Turner, 1886
C. Samuel W. Melendy, d.1913, Minneapolis, husband of Adelle Duncan
D. Alice Williams Osborne, dau. of Delette Stoughton Williams, dau. of Luke and Eliza Page Stoughton
E. Aunt Delette's cottage, Lake Minnetonka, Minn., 1892
F. Willis Osborne, 1916
G. W.S. Williams' room at Yale, 1886
H. Yale law class, 1894
I. William Lake cottage, Minnetonka, Minn., 1896

Box 36 Unit 388Unidentified.

Box 36 Unit 389Willis Stoughton Williams, son of Delette Stoughton, dau. of Luke & Eliza Page Stoughton.

Box 36 Unit 390A. Dr. George Turner, father of Orren McClure Turner
B. Elvira Stoughton (Mrs. Geo. Stoughton) (Second wife, First wife was Sarah Brown)

Box 37 Unit 391A. Paul, Giles, Roy Turner (youths)
B. Paul and Roy Turner (youths)
C. Ada Turner's Sunday school class; Paul and Roy Turner, Ray Usher, Henry Hasset, Cabel Gilbert, Rufus Roberts, Willie Reed, Frank Chase, Irv Collins, Glenn Gilbert
D. Ada, Lynn, Giles Turner
E. O.M. Turner in Civil War uniform

Box 37 Unit 392A. O.M. Turner children: Ada, 17 yrs., Giles, 13 yrs., Roy, 5 yrs., Paul, 3 yrs. 1884
B. Turner family, 1892
C. Mr. and Mrs. O.M. Turner
D. Luke Stoughton family, ca. 1853: Luke & Eliza Page, Luella Eliza, Huldah Delette, Sarah Ellen

Box 37 Unit 393A. Ella Giles Ruddy, 1898
B. Helen Turner Johnson (O.M. Turner's half-sister)
C. Jay Turner Johnson, 1902 (son of Helen Turner Johnson)
D. Marion Johnson (daughter of Helen Turner Johnson)
E. Blanche Fargo, 1886 (O.M. Turner's half-sister's dau.)
F. Unice Watson Webb, d.1893)
G. Mame Smith, Jeane Smith, Mattie Smith Lash, Mr. Lash (cousin Mattie's husband)
H. Children of Mrs. Ellen May Hill (O.M. Turner I's half-sister's children): Bessie, Ford, Charlie, Scott
I. Mr. A.J. Johnson
J. Claude Griggs (O.M. Turner I's mother's sister's son)
K. Ella Giles Ruddy
L. Jay Johnson (son of Helen Turner Johnson, half-sister of O.M. Turner I)

Box 37 Unit 394A. Paul Turner's high school classmates (many unidentified)
B. Nell Townsend (m. Nobel Earle McLaughlin)
C. Bess Townsend (m.1, Havens, 2, Wickersham)
D. Carl Gilbert
E. Walter J. Hintze
F. Bobbie and Billy Hintze (20th century generation) (as children)
G. Giles M. Turner and Peter Peterson at Minnetonka, before starting across the continent on a tandem bike, 1896

Box 37 Unit 395A. Mary Ada Turner (Many photos all ages)
B. Others with: Luke Lynn Turner & Giles M. Turner
C. L.A. Lawrence, K.M. Bradley, Lellian E. Clark, 1888
D. Helen Warren, Grace Warren

Box 37 Unit 396A. Mande Maxwell, Alice Horne, Mrs. Hal Anderson
B. Nelly H. Francis, Bertha Stratton, 1892
C. Grace MacMillan Warren
D. Marion Johnson

Box 38 Unit 397A. Benjamin Page homestead, Baltimore, Vt.
B. Sue Campbell Law (Mrs. James Law, wife of Madison architect and mayor, 1910)

Box 37 Unit 298Ada Turner and Delette Stoughton Williams, western trip, 1921, with Adelle Duncan Melendy and Mrs. O.M. Turner

Box 37 Unit 399Ada M. Turner class photos, Anderson Normal School of Gymnastics, 1893

Box 37 Unit 400Paul, Giles M. and Roy S. Turner

PAUL B. AND ETHEL M. TURNER FAMILY AND FRIENDS
Box 37 Unit 401Paul B. Turner (all ages)

Box 37 Unit 402Paul B. Turner and wife, Ethel McLaughlin Turner, 1912.

Box 39 Unit 403A. Ethel McLaughlin Turner and children and grandchildren, Daniel Turner, 6 yrs., Oren M. Turner, 6 mos., 1922
B. Lorraine Turner, 12 wks, 1911

Box 39 Unit 404Orren McClure Turner II, 1920s

Box 39 Unit 405Daniel Stoughton Turner, son of Paul B. and Ethel M. Turner, 1917+

Box 39 Unit 406Marian Wood
Gordon DeRemer
_____Hill, 1921
Elizabeth Wright
Harry Reynolds
Barbara Wartman, 1914
David Dunlap
Mrs. Emma Bigelow Ahara
Albert Bennett
Janet Louis Pierce, ca. 1911
Marion Bennett
Mariam Hines
Sallie Cockey, 1908
Royall Henry Pullman, 1896, Minister Baltimore Universalist Church
Mildred Duncan White
Edythe M. Cockey, 1906
Walter Scott Hill, 1920
Pauline Hill, 1912
Genette Axtell
Roberta Duncan, 1904
Ruth Harper
Ida Mae Towson, 1906
Janet Pearce
Anna Prichard Pearce
Mildred Duncan White
Roberta Duncan, 1908
Janet Louise Pearce
Barbara Rollis
Ralph Sheridan, 1916
Horace C. Wright, 1907
Jessie B. Bockmiller, 1907
Mabel Longnecker, 1909
Betty Lamb
Bird Dunseth Wood
Hugh J. Burton, 1907

Box 39 Unit 407Roy S. Turner
Hannah Turner
Lorraine Turner
William Bayer

GILES MCCLURE TURNER FAMILY

Box 40 Unit 408A. Giles Turner, 1898
B. Beatrice Williams Turner
C. Alice Williams Osborn

Box 40 Unit 409A. Frank Turner, 1900 (brother of O.E. Turner; no relation to Orren M. Turner)
B. Mary Wescott Turner Watkins, d.1915

TURNER - MCLAUGHLIN & TOWNSEND FAMILIES
Box 40 Unit 410A. Nell Townsend, Ethel McLaughlin, 1909
B. Mrs. McLaughlin, 1909
C. R.S. Turner & Earl Townsend, 1909
D. Mrs. Earl Townsend (nee Nancy Hardwick), 1909
E. Many others unidentified

Box 40 Unit 411A. Noble E. McLaughlin (at time of honorary degree from St. Lawrence University, Canton, N.Y.)
B. Nell Townsend McLaughlin

Box 40 Unit 412HINTZE FAMILY
Helen Hintze
W.C. Hintze

Box 40 Unit 413HYLAND FAMILY
Ross Hyland, 1901
F.B. Hyland, 1898
Mabel Hyland, 1909, 1912

Box 41 Unit 414MCWETHY FAMILY

Box 41 Unit 415MILLER-PRESCOTT FAMILIES, 1890s
Chelsea Miller & son, 1898
Mrs. James Norris
Mr. James Norris
Carol Alberta Prescott, 1890
Lillian May Prescott, 1898
Norris Miller
Elizabeth Miller
James Norris Miller, 1896
T.C. Miller
Bert Norris, 1891
Carol Alberta Prescott
Bert Norris Miller, 1894
Hattie Norris Prescott

Box 41 Unit 416WILLIAMS FAMILY
Mary Williams, 1884
Charles Peck (husband of Mary Williams Peck)
Ethel Williams Peck
Willis Wilbur Peck
Nelson Williams (husband of Delette Stoughton)
Willis, Mary, Alice Williams
Eliza Page Stoughton, Delette Stoughton Williams, Mary Williams Peck, Ethel Peck

Box 41 Unit 417PAGE FAMILY
Stella Graves Page (wife of Emery Page)
Eliza Page Stoughton
Mrs. Caroline Boynton (nee' Page)
Stella Page
Luke Stoughton
Harvey Biglow
M. Lorinda Page
Clarinda Brown Page
Samual Axtell (1804-1867), m. Martha Maria Page (1810-1897)
Lucinda Williams Page (1825-1898)
Emery Page (1818-1893)
Roy Turner, Paul Turner
Mrs. Lorenda Bigelow
Sarah Ellen Stoughton Turner (1841-1914)
Mr. Parker Page (1813-1859) (son of Benjamin Page)
Stella Page (1864-1940)
Luke Stoughton, Eliza Page Stoughton, Luella Eliza, Huldah Delette, Sarah Ellen Stoughton
Mary Ada Turner
Giles McClure Turner
Benjamin Page home, Vermont
Huldah & Cheney Page
Beatrice William Turner (Mrs. Giles M.)
Orren McClure Turner

Box 41 Unit 418"HOMES FOR STOUGHTON BOOK"

Box 41 Unit 419Sarah Ellen Stoughton
Luella Stoughton
Luke and Lynn Turner

Box 41 Unit 420Hannah Felland Turner, 1911
Eldora Stoughton (daughter of Luke Stoughton)
Sarah Ellen Stoughton
Nelson & Delette Stuoghton Williams and children Willis S., Mary, Alice, Beatrice

Box 41 Unit 421WILLIAMS FAMILY
Nelson Williams
Willis S. Williams
Mary Williams
Alice Williams
Beatrice Williams
Delette Stoughton Williams

Box 41 Unit 422PAGE FAMILY CEMETERY MARKERS
Benjamin Page, d.1840
Priscilla Cheney, d.1841
Waldo Cheney, d.1834
Huldah Page, d.1860
Samuel Page, d.1747

Box 41 Unit 423PAGE FAMILY PHOTOS USED IN BOOK, Wisconsin Page Pioneers and Kinsfolk
LeRoy Page ;(son of Parker Page)
Mrs. Martha Axtell (nee' Page)
Mrs. Clarinda Page (wife of Parker Page)
Angelo Flint (husband of Emma Parker)
Mrs. Angelo Flint (nee' Emma Parker)
Augusta Boynton James
Chester N. James (husband of August Boynton James)
Lothrop Cheney, b.1781 (brother of Mrs. Huldah Page)
Mrs. Lothrop Cheney (2d wife of Lothrop Cheney. She was Mrs. Pollard)
Rev. George A. Smith
Mrs. George A. Smith
Amelia Page Slosson (daughter of Asa Page)
Lucia Katz Page Sayre
Nelson Williams (father of Beatrice Williams Turner)
Mrs. Charles Dearborn (nee' Frankie Parker, daughter of Naham Parker)
Mrs. Huldah Page (nee' Huldah Cheney; m. Benjamin Page)

Box 41 Unit 424PAGE FAMILY
Rev. George A. Smith
LeRoy Page
Lucius Page (son of Benjamin Page)
Clarinda Brown Page
Caroline Page Boynton
Nelson Williams (husband of Delette Stoughton)
Lucia Kate Page
Mrs. Lothrop Cheney
Benjamin Parker Page
Hulda Cheney
Lorinda Page Bigelow
Cornelia Stoughton
Jenette xtell
Clarinda Stebbins
Augusta Boynton James
Chester James
Martha Page
Dr. Guy Stoughton
Eliza Page Stoughton
Luke Stoughton
Mrs. Naham Parker
Huldah Cheney
Mr. Harvey Bigelow
Samual Axtell
Mrs. Lorenda Page Bigelow
Mrs. Lucinda Williams Page
Elisa Page
Caroline Page

Box 42 Unit 425PAGE GRAVE MARKERS
Old Baptist Church Cemetery, Union, Wis.
North Springfield Cemetery, Springfield, Vt.
South Burial Ground, Lunnenberg, Mass.
Benjamin/Huldah Page, house, Baltimore Twp., Vt.
Amos Page farm home, Lunnenburg, Mass. Built 1772

Box 42 Unit 426PAGE PIONEERS & MARKERS (Negative film for many of the above photos)

Box 42 Unit 427SAMUEL PAGE, 1672-1747. Photos and clippings re his grave in the South Cemetery, Lunnenburg, Mass.

Box 42 Unit 428STOUGHTON, WIS., VIEWS
A. House, s.e. corner of intersection of West Wilson & Bassett Streets, with H.H. Giles, Rebecca Watson Giles?, Ella Giles Ruddy?
B. Universalist Church, 1896
C. T. G. Mandt Wagon Works, with Stoughton home in distance
D. Home of James Hutson, later Frank B. Hyland, north Page and West Main, ca. 1880-90s?
E. Mrs. Ellen's home-front view
F. Turner homestead
G. Charles L. Dearborn home, (bought in 1866 by Orren McClure Turner), ca. 1885-86, with Turner family
H. Turner homestead, Mar. 10, 1896
I. Sleigh party, corner of 4th & Main, Chase home and City Bakery
J. Stoughton home, viewed from cemetery site (water color, 5 x 7 ½ in.)

Box 42 Unit 429Paul B. Turner home, 1118 Waban Hill, Madison

Box 42 Unit 430HOUSES AND VIEWS OUTSIDE OF DANE COUNTY
Leoy A. Page home, Mason City, Iowa
Ed N. Osborne residence, 24th St. & Pillsbury Ave., Minneapolis (1909)
Benjamin Page house, Vermont
Osborne cottage, Lake Minnetonka, Minn., 1913
Luella E. Stoughton house, Portland Ave., Minneapolis, 1889
"Evangeline," Mrs. C. Freemont Page's country home

Box 42 Unit 431Turner country home, "Owl's Pen," on Lake Kegonsa

Box 42 Unit 432A. Tomah, Wis., the Warren Block, built in the spring of 1896
B. Driveway leading to Mr. Slosson's house

Box 42 Unit 433Unidentified people, many cut from photo albums

PAUL B. TURNER FAMILY
Box 42 Unit 434A. Daniel S. Turner, son
B. Ellen Barker, 1911
C. Leona Van Wert, Mrs. Archer Crawford, Beatrice Williams Turner (Mrs. Giles M.)
D. Ethel M. Turner, with Orren M. and Daniel Stoughton Turner, at Roy S. Turner farm, Merrill, Wis., ca. 1924
E. Paul B., Ethel M., Roy Turner, and H.F. McWethy at "Owl Pen" pier
F. Ethel M. and Daniel S. Turner at Baban Hill
G. Orren M. and Daniel S. Turner at Waban Hill
H. Univ. of Wisconsin Engineering Class Minstrels, 1904

Box 43 Unit 435A. Photographs of and by family members in Madison and on trips.
B. Includes post card views of Stoughton subjects:
C. The Owl Pen, high school, Surgical Hospital, Carnegie Free Library, and Sen. LaFollette at Kegonsa, 1906.

Box 43 Unit 436UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN VIEWS. Includes the engineering class of 1904, house with small pox quarantine Sign, 1902, minstrel show, 1904.

Box 43 Unit 437Thomas Stoughton Fulton, ca. 1861.

Box 43 Unit 438Katherine Turner Smith ("Aunt Kitty"), wife of Dr. Charles Smith, sister of Dr. George H. Turner, 186_? Daguerreotype, in contemporary framed case.

Box 43 Unit 439? identification: Dr. Charles Smith? Or Dr. George M. Turner, ca. 1860s? Daguerreotype, in contemporary framed case.

Box 43 Unit 440S. W. Melendy, 1861. Daguerreotype in contemporary framed case.

Box 43 Unit 441Luke Stoughton family. Daguerreotype in contemporary framed case.

Box 43 Unit 442Fuller & Johnson Co., Madison, Group of employees, including Giles M. Turner, plant interior view, and photos of farm machinery.

Box 43 Unit 443"OLD COOKSVILLE RESIDENTS."
Williams and Melendy families.
Angelo Flint (husband of Emma Parker).
Mr. Naham Parker (father of Emma Parker Flint and Frankie Parker Dearborn)
Emma Parker Flint
Mrs. Naham Chapin Parker
Frankie Parker (wife of Charles Dearborn)
Charley Dearborn
H.W. Upton
Melendy family
S. W. Malendy (1841-1913)

Box 44 Unit 444PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN ON CALIFORNIA TRIP BY TURNER FAMILY. [See Unit 306 for diary of this trip written by Mary Ada Turner]
A. Prof. and Mrs. Charles H. Allen, San Jose, California, faculty member and president of the San Jose Normal School (and obituary, 1904)
B. California views, ca. 1885-1886: Riverside, San Diego, Coronado Beach, Santa Cruz
C. Grand Canyon, St. Augustine, Florida, and Mohonk Lake, New York

Box 43 Unit 445ALBUMS OF U.S. AND FOREIGN PHOTOS [By Ada M. Turner?, ca. 1905?] Many of western United States

Box 43 Unit 446STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL CLASS, APR. 1889 Partially identified.

Box 43 Unit 447STOUGHTON UNIVERSALIST CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS Partially identified

Box. 45 Unit 448OVERSIZE PHOTOGRAPHS
A. "Chorus of Indian Maidens," Stoughton, 1901
B. The "Owl's Nest," (Turner country home)
C. Chautauqua, N.Y., boarding home group, 1892 Includes Ada Turner
D. O.M. Turner home, North Street, Stoughton, 1886. Includes photos of O.M. Turner, Sarah E. Stoughton Turner, Paul B. Turner, Roy S. Turner, Giles M. Turner, and M. Ada Turner (one framed and one unframed)
E. Mozart Club, Madison, 1927 and ?
F. Giles M. Turner, 1929
G. Nobel Earl McLaughlin
H. Stoughton High School graduating class, 1900. Persons are unidentified


SERIES E. OVERSIZE MAPS, DIPLOMAS, POSTERS, CHARTS, ETC.

Box 46 Unit 449TURNER-MCLAUGHLIN GENEALOGY SHEET
Chart. in Pencil. 22 x 28 in. (fold. to 11 x 14 in.)

Box 46 Unit 450STOUGHTON LUELLA, Pencil drawings, ca. 1869

Box 46 Unit 451[PLAT OF] TURNER'S EAST SIDE PARK. [Stoughton, n.d.] 20 ¾ x 42 in. 50 ft. = 1 in. Ms., in color.

Box 46 Unit 452LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF CLASS OF 1905 [of the Towson High School, Baltimore, Md., by Ethel McLaughlin, Ms., 5l.

Box 46 Unit 453[PLAT OF VILLAGE OF] STOUGHTON. Madison, Wis., Comp. by Octavius Henry St. George Anson 500 ft. = 1 in. Printed, in color. Shows ownership of unplatted lands and lot numbers.

Box 46 Unit 454STOUGHTON FAMILY TREE, by Bradley Stoughton. Ms., in fragments. Folded in boards 13 ½ x 23 in.

Box 46 Unit 455RESURVEY OF PART OF SARAH E. TURNER'S ADDITION TO STOUGHTON. P.H. Hintze and R.M. Long, County Suveyors, 1924. Blueprint. 22 ½ x 21 in. No scale.

Box 46 Unit 456TURNER, PAUL B. Diploma, University of Wisconsin, Madison. B.S., electrical engineering, Jun. 22, 1905. 13 ½ x 16 ¼ in.

Box 46 Unit 457MCLAUGHLIN, ETHEL. Parody on a diploma of the Towson High School, Baltimore County, Md., Class of 1905, awarded to Ethel McLoughlin, Ms. 1l. 20 x 15 s/2 in.

Box 46 Unit 458O.M. TURNER'S 2d ADDITION TO THE CITY OF STOUGHTON. Plat. [n.p., n.d.] 11 5/8 x 6 ½ in. 132 ft. = 1 in. Ms., on tracing cloth. At top in pencil: 160871A

Box 46 Unit 459TURNER, PAUL BOYNTON. Diploma from Stoughton High School, Stoughton, Wis., Jun. 14, 1900. 16 x 21 in. With typescript, 3l., containing an essay, "Trusts," by Paul B. Turner

Box 46 Unit 460[PLAT OF] O. M. TURNER'S 2d ADDITION TO THE CITY OF STOUGHTON. 1884. Ms. 21 x 16 ¾ in.

Box 46 Unit 461MCLAUGHLIN, ETHEL ESTELLE. Diploma from Towson High School, Towson, Md., Jun. 27, 1905. 19 ¾ x 23 ½ in.

Box 46 Unit 462REPLAT OF BLOCKS 4 & 5 AND PART OF BLOCK, SARAH E. TURNER'S ADDITION TO THE CITY OF STOUGHTON. 1905. Ms. And three blueprint copies. 19 ½ x 24 ½. Includes a percil copy of part of the plat, 14 x 17 in., and various drafts.

Box 46 Unit 463STOUGHTON [Wis.] CEMETERY PLAT. Ms. 25 x 30 ½ in., and blueprint copy.

Box 46 Unit 464MCLAUGHLIN, NOBLE EARL. Diploma, Bachelor of Theology, St. Lawrence University, N.Y., 1906. 14 ¼ x 19 ¼ in.

Box 46 Unit 465STOUGHTON, THOMAS (b. ca. 1600, England). Genealogy Chart. Ms., 1l. 16 x 22 in. Stamped: F. A. Stoughton, Washington, Conn.

Box 46 Unit 466CORRECTED PLAT AND SURVEY OF SARAH E. TURNER'S ADDITION TO THE CITY OF STOUGHTON. Ms. Filed Oct. 18, 1887. 22 ¼ x 20 in. 132 ft = 1 in.

Box 46 Unit 467PLAT OF O.M. TURNER'S ADDITION TO VILLAGE OF STOUGHTON. Recorded 1875. Ms., 19 ½ x 17 ¾ in. 200 ft. = 1 in.

Box 46 Unit 468TURNER, MARY ADA. Diploma, from the Anderson Normal School of Gymnastics, New Haven, Conn. 9 May 1893. 14 ¾ x 19 ½ in. Includes list of subjects taken and graces received.

Box 46 Unit 469PROPOSED HIGHWAY BRIDGE NEAR R.R. BRIDGE [STOUGHTON, WIS.?] [n.d., ca. 1928?] Blueprint, 25 ½ x 24 ½ in.

Box 46 Unit 470MAP SHOWING PRESENT CONDITIONS OF BLOCKS 24, 25 AND 34 [STOUGHTON] 1909. Blueprint, 17 x 29 ½ in. 40 ft. = 1 in.

Box 46 Unit 471PENCIL COPY OF ORIGINAL PLAT OF CITY OF STOUGHTON. [Drawn by Paul B. Turner?] Ms., 19 x 24 ½ in.

Box 46 Unit 472MAP OF THE DEPOT GROUNDS AT STOUGHTON. Apr. 1880. Blueprint, 12 ¾ x 25 in. 100 ft. = 1 in. Shows location of C.M. & St. P. tracks, dwellings, elevators, tobacco warehouses, lumber yard, stock yard, and O.M. Turner's office.

Box 46 Unit 473MAP OF NEW ENGLAND WITH DESCRIPTIVE NOTES. Wash., D.C. National Geographic Society, 1955. 40 ½ x 27 ½ in. 12 mi. = 1 in. Used by Paul and Ethel Turner in genealogical searching in New England.

Box 46 Unit 474MCLAUGHLIN, ETHEL. Diploma, from Grammar School No. 73, Baltimore, Md., Public Schools, Jun. 30, 1902. 17 x 14 in.

Box 46 Unit 475STOUGHTON, JOHN (fl. 1450) Genealogy of Stoughton Family in England, ca. 1436-1634 [n.d., n.p.] Ms. Chart, 23 x 18 in. Stamped: F.A. Stoughton, Washington, Conn. [and compiled by him?]

Box 46 Unit 476MCLAUGHLIN, NOBLE EARL. Diploma, Doctor of Divinity, St. Lawrence University, Canton, N.Y., Jun. 1935. 17 ¾ x 23 in.

Box 46 Unit 477MCLAUGHLIN, NOBLE EARL. Diploma, Bachelor of Divinity, St. Lawrence University Theological School, Canton, N.Y., Jun. 12, 1906. 13 ¾ x 18 ½ in.

Box 46 Unit 478STOUGHTON, LUELLA, Milton Academy, Milton, Wis., Jul. 2, 1861. 15 ¾ x 19 ½ in. Top mutilated. Illus. of Milton Academy

Box 46 Unit 479MCLAUGHLIN, NOBLE EARL. Diploma, Male Grammar School No. 20, Balt., Md., Jun. 30, 1899

Box 46 Unit 480STOUGHTON, LUELLA ELIZA. Diploma, Ladies Dept., Oberlin College, 1863

Box 46 Unit 481STOUGHTON, LUELLA ELIZA. Certificate of French Language study, Oberlin College, Aug. 24, 1863

Box 46 Unit 482MCLAUGHLIN, NOBLE EARL. Certificate, Boy Scouts of America, as scoutmaster of Troop No. 1, Monroe, Wis., Nov. 2, 1911. 10 ½ x 13 ½ in.

Box 46 Unit 483MCLAUGHLIN, NOBLE EARL. Diploma in voice study, Wisconsin College of Music, Milwaukee, Wis., Jun. 20, 1916. 15 ½ x 20 ½ in.

Box 46 Unit 484MAP OF ROCK COUNTY, WISCONSIN. Chicago, Standard Map Co., 1954. 12 ¾ x 15 ¼ in. Townships in color. Shows Roads, railroads, rivers, lakes, towns, villages, airports, schools, Churches, cemeteries TRANSFERRED TO MAP COLLECTION

Box 46 Unit 485MCLAUGHLIN, ETHEL ESTELLE. Diploma, Maryland State Normal School, Balt., Md. Jun. 11, 1908. 19 x 23 in.

Box 46 Unit 486CHICAGO-GREAT CENTER FOR SECRET AND FRATERNAL ORDERS. Clipping, Sunday Record-Herald, Chicago, Apr. 25, 1919.

Box 46 Unit 487FREEMASONS. Blank initiation certificate [Chicago, Ed. ____________ [u.d.], 21 ½ x 16 ¾ many illusn. Masonic symbols

Box 46 Unit 488MAP OF ROCK COUNTY, WISCONSIN. Chicago, Standard Map Co. [1948] 13 x 15 ½ in. Shows townships in color, sections, and natural and man-made Features. TRANSFERRED TO MAP COLLECTION

Box 46 Unit 489PLAT OF THE TOWN OF STOUGHTON. [Stoughton, ca. 1850?] Photocopy of Ms., 7 ½ x 11 ½ in. Plat recorded Feb. 15, 1850. Accompanied by a photocopy of the Dane County court minutes of Feb. 9, 1850, establishing the town of Stoughton by Luke and Eliza Stoughton.

Box 46 Unit 490THE SANTA FE IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Chicago, Rand, McNally & Co. [n.d., ca. 1885?] Map. 11 x 7 in. 18 mi. to 1 in. On Verso: Description of the Las Vegas Hot Springs, Las Vegas, New Mexico, with an illustration of the Phoenix Hotel.

Box 46 Unit 491MAP OF WILKIN COUNTY, MINNESOTA, AND PORTIONS OF ADJOINING COUNTIES. IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE BY O. A. ROBERTSON, CAMPBELL, MINN. AGENT FOR GREAT NORTHERN R.R. LANDS. St. Paul, Brown Treacy & Co. [c.1900] Map. 16 x 11 in. [no scale]


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