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Authors: Abraham Morrell
Date: 1850-1859
Subject: Morrell, Abraham
Type: correspondence, digital images
Identifier: aql:14064
Description: No biographical information concerning Abraham Morrell has been located. Judging from his papers, he was a resident of the village of Middle Village in the Town of Newtown. His papers extend basically ... More
Authors: Abraham Morrell
Date: 1840-1849
Subject: Morrell, Abraham
Type: correspondence, digital images
Identifier: aql:14075
Description: No biographical information concerning Abraham Morrell has been located. Judging from his papers, he was a resident of the village of Middle Village in the Town of Newtown. His papers extend basically ... More
Authors: Abraham Morrell
Date: 1830-1839
Subject: Morrell, Abraham
Type: correspondence, digital images
Identifier: aql:14116
Description: No biographical information concerning Abraham Morrell has been located. Judging from his papers, he was a resident of the village of Middle Village in the Town of Newtown. His papers extend basically ... More
Authors: Abraham Morrell
Date: 1820-1859
Subject: Morrell, Abraham
Type: correspondence, digital images
Identifier: aql:14068
Description: No biographical information concerning Abraham Morrell has been located. Judging from his papers, he was a resident of the village of Middle Village in the Town of Newtown. His papers extend basically ... More
Authors: Abraham Morrell
Date: 1820-1829
Subject: Morrell, Abraham
Type: correspondence, digital images
Identifier: aql:14098
Description: No biographical information concerning Abraham Morrell has been located. Judging from his papers, he was a resident of the village of Middle Village in the Town of Newtown. His papers extend basically ... More
Subject: Morrell, Abraham
Language: English
Identifier: aql:251
Description: Abraham Morrell's papers extend basically from the 1820s to the 1850s, and it is assumed that they are the papers of one man, not two, with the same name. There are about 65 documents in this collecti ... More
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