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Wright Family Papers Ellen Wright married William Lloyd Garrison (1838) in 1864. The first part of this series contains genealogical and biographical materials, correspondence, writings, and memorabilia, related to five generations of the Wright family. _Wright family_ is used loosely to include the Coffins and the Motts and their ancestors and descendants. The Wright Family portion of Series 8 of the microfilm is divided into three sections: Biographical materials and memorabilia, Correspondence, and Writings. Biographical materials contain genealogical notes, correspondence and charts, anecdotes, poems, and miscellaneous memorabilia. The book In Their Several Generations by Amice Mac Donnell Lee relates to the Yarnall family (Reel 1, Frame 0141). Following this general material are biographical materials and memorabilia related to twenty-three family members. Of particular interest is the material related to Lucretia Mott, Peter Pelham, and the Wrights. Stephenson Family Papers Edith Stephenson married William Lloyd Garrison (1874) in 1906. The second part of Series 8, papers of the Stephenson family, contains correspondence, memorabilia, diaries, and writings of the Stephenson family dating back to the early 1800s. The authors include Edith_s parents, Benjamin Turner and Lucinda _Luda_ Grant Stephenson, and her brothers and sisters. The Stephenson papers consist of two sections: Biographical material and memorabilia and Correspondence. Both are arranged alphabetically by person. There is a Benjamin Turner Stephenson in three generations. Each of them is identified by his birth date.
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