William Logan Fisher papers  1749-1861
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Additional Descriptive Data

Related Collections

The Fisher-Logan-Fox collection at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania (N.U.C.M.C. MS 76-1010) contains over 6,000 items relating to the families, including approximately 1,700 pieces of correspondence of William Logan Fisher, 1810-1840, correspondence and diaries of his two wives, materials relating to the imprisonment of Thomas Fisher in 1777, and letters of William Logan, Sr. and Jr.

There are two major collections of correspondence and business records of Charles W. Morgan, housed at the Bancroft Library at Harvard and at the museum at Mystic Seaport.

The diarist Sidney George Fisher (1808-1871) was a nephew of William L. Fisher's, the son of Fisher's brother, James L.

Bibliography

Lewis, Alonzo and James R. Newhall. History of Lynn (Boston, 1865), p. 387.

Partial Subject Index
Alcott, Nathaniel
  • 1800 October 12
  • 1800 December 15
Allen, Benjamin, d. 1798
  • 1798 December 29
  • 1799 February 9-12
Atonement
  • 1855 January 11
Australia--Emigration and immigration
  • 1852 October 21
Barker, Jacob
  • 1801 February 4
Barley--Prices
  • 1799 October 30
Barns--Pennsylvania--Drawings
  • 1799 January 26
Barry, John, 1745-1803
  • 1799 October 30
Barton, Hull
  • 1823 January 22
  • 1823 August 8
Bereavement
  • 1858 May 14
  • 1861 April 24
Betrothal
  • 1857 February 16
  • 1857 June 2
Book collecting--Great Britain
  • 1855 January 11
Breed, Content
  • 1823 December 2
  • 1823 December 21
  • 1824 January 30-February 1
Brothers--Death
  • 1858 May 14
Canals--Pennsylvania
  • 1801 May 7
Censorship
  • 1858 September 21
Children--Death
  • 1852 May 10
Connecticut--Description and travel
  • 1800 November 1
Crimean War, 1853-1856
  • 1855 January 11
  • 1855 December 10
Death
  • 1861 April 24
Debtor and creditor--Pennsylvania
  • 1784 December 17
  • 1794 August 16
Depressions--1857
  • 1857 December 8
Devonald, Thomas, d. 1793
  • 1794 May 25
  • 1799 January 17
Drowning
  • 1798 December 29
Epidemics
  • 1798 September 16
  • 1798 October 13
Estates (Law)--Pennsylvania
  • 1781
  • 1783 July 13
  • 1794 May 25
  • 1799 January 17
  • 1801 July 1
Estates (Law)--Virginia
  • 1801 August 29
Evans, Charles
  • 1799 December 16
Evil
  • 1824 February 26
Excommunication--Quakers
  • 1822 February 10
  • 1822 March 9
Fires--New York (City)
  • 1800 December 15
Fisher, Charles W.
  • 1851 October 29
  • 1851 October 29
Fisher, Lindley, d. 1852
  • 1852 January
  • 1852 May 10
Fisher, Thomas, 1741-1810
  • 1783 July 13
Flour--Prices
  • 1772 December 21
Fothergill, John, 1712-1780
  • 1855 December 10
French language--Study and teaching
  • 1799 January 27
Fur trade--Great Britain
  • 1749 November 6
Germany--Description and travel
  • 1801 June 14-18
Grandchildren
  • 1860 July 13
Grandmothers--Death
  • 1824 May 18
Hickory nuts
  • 1798 April 20
Hicks, Edward, 1780-1849
  • 1822 March 9
Hicks, Elias, 1748-1830
  • 1822 March 9
Historians
  • 1861 January 29
Historiography
  • 1861 January 29
Human experimentation in medicine
  • 1800 December 4
Hunt, Priscilla
  • 1824 April 15
Incest
  • 1822 March 27
Indians of North America
  • 1852 October 21
Interfaith marriage
  • 1800 November 22
Lightfoot, Thomas
  • 1796 February 2
Lindley, Jacob, 1774-1857
  • 1828 February 24
Logan, Charles, 1754-1794
  • 1781
  • 1794 August 16
Logan, George, 1753-1821
  • 1781
Logan, James, 1674-1751
  • 1760 March 25
Logan, William, 1718-1776
  • 1760 March 25
  • 1783 July 13
Marriage
  • 1800 November 21
  • 1801 February 4
Merchants--Massachusetts--Boston
  • 1857 August 11
Merchants--New York
  • 1801 June 7
Merchants--New York (City)
  • 1801 January 31
  • 1801 February 4
Mintern, Jonas
  • 1801 January 31
  • 1801 February 4
Miscarriage
  • 1823 January 4
Mortgages--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia
  • 1826 January 21
Nantucket
  • 1799 August 17-19
Netherlands--Description and travel
  • 1801 May 7
  • 1801 June 7
New Bedford (Mass.)
  • 1798 December 29
  • 1799 January 15
New York (City)--Description and travel
  • 1801 February 20
Nitrous oxide
  • 1800 December 4
Palfrey, John Gorham, 1796-1881
  • 1861 January 29
Partnership
  • 1801 January 31
  • 1801 February 4
  • 1801 June 7
Perfection--Religious aspects--Society of Friends
  • 1824 February 26
Poor
  • 1823 January 4
Presidents--United States--Election--1800
  • 1800 December 15
Price, Samuel
  • 1794 May 25
Progressive Friends
  • 1855 May 1
  • 1861 February 23
Proverbs
  • 1783 March 5
  • [1783]
Quaker poetry
  • 1783 March 5
  • [1783]
Read, Charles
  • 1834 October 3
Real property--Pennsylvania
  • 1799 December 16
Religion and science
  • 1845 January 30
Roads--Germany
  • 1801 June 14-18
Rotch Family
  • [1860]
Scott, James
  • 1822 March 27
Secession
  • 1861 January 29
Ships--Netherlands
  • 1801 May 7
Slave-trade
  • 1799 October 30
Slocum & Mintern
  • 1801 January 31
Slocum, Christopher M.
  • 1801 January 31
Smallpox--Preventative inoculation
  • 1800 December 4
Smith, Rebecca D.
  • 1855 December 10
Society of Friends
  • 1822 October 6
Society of Friends--Discipline
  • [1860]
Society of Friends--Doctrines
  • 1822 July 14
  • 1824 February 26
  • 1824 March 30
  • 1824 April 15
  • 1855 January 11
  • 1858 September 21
  • [1860]
Society of Friends--Great Britain--Doctrines
  • 1860 July 13
Society of Friends--Massachusetts--Lynn
  • 1822 February 10
  • 1822 February 12
  • 1822 February 26
  • 1822 March 9
  • 1822 March 27
  • 1823 January 22
  • 1823 December 2
  • 1823 December 21
Society of Friends--Massachusetts--New Bedford
  • 1822 March 9
  • 1823 August 8
  • 1823 November 20
  • 1823 December 30
  • 1824 January 30-February 1
  • 1824 May 18
Society of Friends--Pennsylvania
  • 1858 September 21
Sugar
  • 1858 May 14
Suicide
  • 1800 October 12
Tariff--United States
  • 1824 February 26
Turnpikes--Massachusetts
  • 1802 August 15
Unitarians--Massachusetts
  • 1845 January 30
Wakefield (Estate: Pa.)
  • 1781
  • 1799 January 26
  • 1857 June 28
Weddings
  • 1800 November 22
Whale meat
  • 1799 August 17-19
Whaling industry
  • 1824 May 18
Winslow, Jeremiah
  • 1798 December 29
Wister, Thomas
  • 1824 July 4
Wister, William, 1803-1881
  • 1824 July 4
Women travelers
  • 1855 December 10
Wool trade and industry--Massachusetts
  • 1822 October 6
  • 1823 January 22
  • 1823 August 8
  • 1823 November 20
  • 1823 December 2
  • 1823 December 21
  • 1823 December 30
  • 1824 January 30-February 1
  • 1824 February 26
  • 1824 March 30
  • 1824 May 18
  • 1824 July 4