Loose journals, diaries and notebooks of members of the Macirone family, 1844-1880
Journals and notebooks of members of the Macirone family, including:
- Emily Macirone’s Diary, 1844-1846
- George Macirone’s diaries/timetables from Northampton Lunatic Asylum and Heigham Hall Asylum, Norwich, 1847-1850
- Notebooks kept by George Augustus as an apprentice at Napier’s shipyard in Glasgow, titled Data, Scraps and Sacred Scraps, Diarium (begun Ash Wednesday 1853) and Diarium, 1853
- Clara Macirone – Her story, n.d.
- Notebook of Mary Ann Macirone’s reflections towards the end of life (and a page of remedies for burns) followed by Clara’s reminiscences, 1862–1869
- Memoranda, 1863
- Mary Ann's Diary, 1864
- George Augustus’ account of Mary Ann’s last illness and death with doctors’ prescriptions and directions, 1869
- Mary Ann’s account for George Augustus of her (Perriman/Tijou) family, unfinished and only discovered after her death, 1869
- A family history written by Clara Macirone for Francis Peter Macirone, 1880
- 'Of Ghosts' – an account of family experiences of apparitions by Clara Macirone, 1880s
- 'A Few Reminiscences' by Clara Macirone with a typed transcript by Francis Peter Macirone, n.d.
- Copy of the memorial in St. Botolph’s Bishopsgate to Pietro Macirone and his descendents, n.d.
1 box (2 folders)