Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence and papers of Sir Charles Edward Grey (1785-1865), Indian judge and colonial governor, with correspondence and papers of other members of the Grey family, 17th-20th century.
Extents: 5.61 Linear metres (51 physical shelfmarks)
Correspondence of the Merivale Family, mainly of Walter Merivale, railway engineer, and his wife Emma Magdalene
Correspondence of the Merivale family, 1869-1943, mainly of Walter Merivale, railway engineer in India, Costa Rica and Barbados.
Extents: 2.25 Linear metres (21 Shelfmarks)
Letter-book of J. T. Alleyne, sugar planter in Barbados
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. misc. e. 245
Extents: 130 Leaves
Personal papers of Warmington and his mother. Included are diaries, correspondence, certificates, memorial cards, family photographs and papers relating to genealogy and antiques. Much of the correspondence relates to the years spent in the West Indies and includes letters between Warmington and a close friend, Evelyn Laurie, a headteacher in the West Indies.
Extents: 8 boxes
Dates: [ca. 1876]-1960
Papers relating to the activities of Richard Rawle as Principal of Codrington College in Barbados, and as Bishop of Trinidad. Letters from Richard Rawle's wife, Susan, to her Aunt (Miss Harriet Blagg of Cheadle) and to her sister-in-law Fanny (Mrs. Charles John Blagg of Cheadle). Also, letters from Mrs. M.C. Layton, widow of a West Indian vicar and Principal of the Girls' School on the Codrington College estate.9 files.
Extents: 1 box