Wendell Randall Papers, 1800-1852 – MS041

Wendell Randall Papers, 1800-1852 – MS041

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Citation: Wendell Randall Papers, MS041, Portsmouth Athenaeum

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Summary

Correspondence (ca. 130 letters, 1800-1810) between Dorothy (Wendell) Randall and her husband Reuben Randall, ship captain, of Portsmouth, NH, who at one time was captured by Dutch privateers, letters from Reuben Randall, Abraham Wendell (merchant, Boston, MA), Isaac Stanwood, and Mark Wendell, to Jacob Wendell, Portsmouth merchant, and letters (1843-1845) from Sarah Blunt to Mehitable Wendell.

Contents

Approximately 130 letters, 1800-1810, between Dorothy Wendell and her husband, Reuben Randall. Randall was a ship’s captain, at one time captured by Dutch privateers.

5 letters, 1818-1824, from Reuben Randall to Jacob Wendell.

38 letters, 1812-1835, from Abraham Wendell to Jacob Wendell.

12 letters, 1847-1852, from Isaac Stanwood to Jacob Wendell.

8 letters, 1845-1850, from Mark Wendell to Jacob Wendell.

5 letters, 1843-1845, from Sarah Blunt to Mehitable Wendell.