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Shown below are the prominent names that are included in the Sanford Papers. They are being included on this page for regerence purposes. Copies of the documents can be requested from the Sanford Museum by contacting the Curator at sanfordmuseum@sanfordfl.gov

 

Name Index

    

   This index contains only the names of those persons whose correspondence has been filed separately within the collection. The figures in parentheses immediately following each name denote the total number of letters for that person; the dates are for the period covered by the letters; and the last numbers given refer to the box in which the material is to be found. Family relationships given are with Henry unless, otherwise stated.

Adams, S. A., (31) 1884, Business Manager, The Florida Journal, 136

Aerts, P. F., (29) 1865-1868, Inventor, 61

Alean, E., (13) 1862, Surveillance agent. 139

Alpenburg, E. I. M., (22) 1880, 53

American Zinc Company, (18) 1868-1870, 16

Amory, Charles, (25) 1874-1891, 46

Amory, E, A., (4) 1888, 46

Anderson, J. H., (10) 1861-1865. U. S. Consul at Hamburg, 114

Anthony, H. B., (233) 1860-1884, Rhode Island Senator, 92, 114

Antoni, Joseph, (2) 1861, Italian agent who contacted Garibaldi, 139

Appleton, John, (12) 1857-1859, Assistant Secretary of State, 34

Arnold, J. S., (19) 1884-1886, 46

Ashbury, James (5) 1888, Agent for Mexican lands, I5

Ashby, Edgar (9), 1876, 46

Aspinwall, Y. H., (6), Merchant with Latin American interests, 42

Astor, William, (12), 1884-1890, 46

Atwood, G. W., (5), 1870-1872, 46

 

Bailey. H. P., (13), 1887-1888, Big Game Hunter, 24

Bailey, W. S., (7), 1861-1863, U. 3. Purchasing agent, 138

Bancroft, George, (3), 1850-1867, Historian, 111

Banning, W. L., (21), 1864-1866, 63

Baring Brothers, (71), 1850-1869, London Bankers, 16. 138

Barral, Count, (25). 1872-1880, 113

Barringer, D. M., (18), 1850-1853, Minister to Spain, 115

Barthelemy, Saint Hillaire, (23), 1864-1868, French Statesman, 139

Bateman, Chatrobe, (10), 1886-1887, Explorer, 24

Bateman, Jane, (15), 1832-1843, Cousin, 71

Batterson, J. G., (3), 1884, 46

Beaufort, J., Count, (86), 1865-1889, 24, 115

Beckwith, N. M., (106), 1853-1888, Close personal friend, 115

Beecher, H. W., (4), 1863 - 1866, Abolitionist Minister, 115

Beers, Catherine, (86), 1819-1881, Cousin, 71

Beers, Phebe, (2), 1788-1830, distant relative, 71

Bell, James, (5), 1879-1883, U. S. Land Office, 136

Belmont, August, (3), 1861-1863, U. S. Minister to Netherlands, 115

Bemis, George (13), 1868-1871, U. S. Lawyer for Alabama Claims, 115

Beresford, C. Melanie. (45), 1861-1868, Friend of Gertrude, 92 63

Berry, Cornelia and Mary C. (7), 1851-1877, Friends of Mother, 69

Bigelow, John, (89), 1852-1866, Consul at Paris; Minister to France, 115

Billings, Frederick, (11), 1861-1880, President of Railroad, 115

Billings, N., (21), 1851-1858, 115

Binder Freres, (14), 1866-1868, French Coachmaker, 16

Birchall, Henry, (8), 1860, 42

Birney, William, (20), 1850-1855, Lawyer and author, 115

Blackburn, Harriett (8), 1827-1841, Relative, 75

Blaine, James G., (12), 1890, Secretary of State, 24

Blanco, Guzman. (7), 1863-1866, Venezuelan Minister of Foreign Relations, 34

Bliss, William, (7), 1858, Shipper, 34

Boardman, C. A., (18), 1880-1886, 46

Bodin, C., (3), 1843, 93

Booth, William L., (50), 1843-1863, Agent for Western lands, 63

Bormann, H., Maj. Gen., (10), 1862-1868, Writer, 115

Bossange, Hector, & Fils, (12), 1854-1856, Shipping Agency, 16

Boulton Sons Company, (3), 1858, Merchants, Caracas, 34

Boulton. W. H., (14). 1853, 115

Boynton, Mary E., (10), 1844-1848, Friend, 93

Bradstreet, P, G., (3), 1873, Business Associate, 17

Brainard, John, (14). 1856-1887, Pastor in Derby, 69. 116

Bregman, W., (11), 1847-1849, German Mining Engineer, 17

Brennan, Ed., (22), 1861, Secret Service Agent, 139

Briots, (15), 1866-1869, French Carriage makers. 16

Brisbane, Albert, (1), 1861, Social reformer, 116

Brown, J. P., (5), 1853, Consul-General; Secretary of Legation, Turkey, 116

Brown, Meil S., (3), 1851-1853, Governor of Tennessee; Minister to Russia, 116

Brown, W. R., (5), 1872, 46

Browne, J. B., (9), 1881, Applicant for Postmaster's job, 136

Brugmann, Georges, (54), 1886-1892, Stockholder, Sanford Exploring Expedition, 24

Brusle, C. A., (5), 1869-1871, 58

Buchanan, James, (2), 1853, Minister to England; U.S. President, 111

Bunch, Robert, (3), 1860-1864, British Consul at Charleston, S. C., 116

Burt, James, (5), 1872, 46

 

Cage, I. Mann, (32), 1887-1888, 58

Calvert, G. H., (20), 1850-1883, Essayist and Poet, 116

Cambier, (6), 1879-1890, Commander of part of African Expedition, 24

Carter, F. F., (11), 1879-1880, African Explorer, 24

Gary, Helen, (27), 1862-1868, Cousin, 77

Cass, Lewis, (11), 1857-1859, U. S. Secretary of State, 116

Catlin, George, (34), 1863-1870, American Artist, 134

Chase and Company, (23), 1889-1892, Insurance Agents, 47

Chase and Company, (32), 1890-1899, Orange Brokers, 47

Chase. J. P., (4), 1872-1873. 47

Chase, Lawson, (4), 1872, 47

Chase, Philander, Bishop, (9), 1839-1848, Founder of Kenyon College, 75

Chew, R. L., (15), 1859-1870, U.S. Department of State, 116

Chilton, R. S., (104), 1861-1871. U.S. Department of State, 116

Clapp, Henry, (33), 1851-1859. Writer, 116

Clark, A., (11), 1853-1868, Operator of Brevort House, New York, 116, 64

Clay, Cassius M., (6), 1861-1866, U.S. Minister to Russia, 116

Clay, J. Randolph, (10), 1859-1869, U.S. Foreign Service, Dieppe, 116

Clowes, John, (7). 1844-1848, Sanford's Professor, 116

Cooke, Jay. (45), 1869-1873, Banker, 63

Cooper, C. P. & J. C., (9), 1884-1885, 136

Corley, H. A., (7), 1873-1884, 47

Cornell, Elizabeth (Mrs. Thomas), (8), 1859-1876, Cousin, 71

Cornell, Thomas L., (28), 1870-1887, Congressman New York, 17

Corning, Erastus, (13), 1856-1870, Land owner in Michigan, 63

Cox, S. S., (53), 1861-1889, Congressman Ohio; Minister to Turkey, 117

Coxe, A. C., Rev. (53), 1853-1895, Episcopal Bishop and writer, 117

Crane, G. C., (10), 1861, 42

Craven, T, T., (18), 1864-1865, U. S. Naval Officer, 117

Crawford, A. W., (92), 1861-1870. Consul at Antwerp, 117

Culver, E. D., (48), 1862-1866, Minister -to Venezuela, 34, 39

Curtis, Cornelia (Mrs. Jerusha), (4), 1839, 71

Curtis, William E., (185), 1840-1886, New York Lawyer and friend, 117

Curtiss, E. M., (30), 1865-1865, Clerk at Brussels Legation, 117

Curtiss, Maria Hovey, (Mrs. ELbert), (2), 1821-1825, 71

 

Daly, C. P., (11), 1855-1884, Pres. American Geographical Society, 24

Dana, Edm. T., (8), 1849-1851, 118

Dana, Richard, (1), 1851, Author, 111

Davis, J. C. Bancroft, (280), 1849-1883, Sec. Legation, Great Britain;

Assistant Secretary of State; Minister to Germany, 118

Dayton, William L., (6), 1861-1864, Minister to France, 118

DeBunch, Dolores, (16), Friend, 93

Deby, Julien, (5), 1851-1852, Inventor, 61

Deering, Nathaniel, (6), Author, Editor, 118

DeForest Family, (3), 1831-1832, 51

DeForest, Henry L., (154), 185l-1854, 45

DeHugel, Elizabeth (39), 1865-1869, 92

Demedicis, E. J., (5), 1851-1853, 45

DeMeuter, Leopold, (11), 1864-1859, Tapestry Manufacturer, 134

DeMot, Emile, (9), 1891-1899. French Lawyer, 11

Dennet, C. F., (14). 1850-1852, 118

DeQuatrefagen, (5), 1881-1883, French Representative A, I. A., 24

DeRojas, J. M., and Marquis, See Rojas, 35, 40

DeVaux, Jules, Minister of Leopold II. Filed under Leopold II, 25

DeWinton, F., (9), 1885-1889, Dept. of Interior. Congo Free State, 24

Dibble, S. D., (25), 1859-1866, Business Associate, 63

Dix, J. A., (23), 1858-1850, N. Y, Senator; Minister to France, 118

Dixon. E. S., (5). 1862-1865, 113

Dochez, L. A., (8), 1863-1871, Surveillance agent, 139

Donelson, A, J., (14), 1848-1849, Minister to Prussia, 118

Dow, John M., (21), 1855-1864, 42

Downs, S. A., (22), 1844-1861, Business Associate, I5

Draper and Hagenow, (31), 1869-1858, Shipping agents, 16

Draper, G. H., (26). 1851-1853. Consul at Havre, 119

Draper, Lorenzo, (159), 1849-1864, Father of G. H., 119

Dudley, Thomas A., (26), 1862-1863, Consul at Liverpool, 139, 65

Duncan, A., (6), 119

Duncan, W. B., (5), 1851-1863, Banker, 119

Dunphy, William H. & H. A., (33), 1850-1853. Ship Agents, I5

DuPuy, Charles M. (4), 185l. Uncle of Mrs. Sanford, 65

DuPuy, Charles M. Jr.. (1), 1852, 65

DuPuy, Horatio A. (1), 185l, Uncle of Mrs. Sanford, 65

DuPuy, J. F., (9), 1883-1884, 58

DuPuy, N. R., (4), 1870-1871, 58

DuPuy, T. H., (23), 1866-1865, 119

Dwight, Timothy, (1), 1850, President of Yale, 111

 

Eames, Charles, (15), 1856-1861, U. S. Sec. of State; Minister to Venezuela, 34

Eastman, E. G., (390), 1861-1853, Consul at Queenstown, Ireland, 119

Edmonds, George. (13), 1855-1889, Senator from Vermont, 120

Edwards, Amory, (5). 1856-1858, 43

Egan, D., (4), 1880-1881, U. S. Tax Collector, Florida, 136

Ellsworth, H. W., (4), 1845, Charge D'Affaires, Sweden and Norway, 17

Ely, Abner, (12), 1854-1866, Business agent, I5

Evarts, W. M., (5). 1864-1859, U. S. Attorney General, 120

Everaert, Julie, (68), 1861-1888, Money Lender, 15, 58

Everaert, Polidar, (52), 1878-1891, Notary, 17

Everett, Edward, (4), 1852-1853, U. S. Secretary of State, 120

Everett, H. S., (9), 1875-1888, Secretary of Legation, Berlin, 120

 

Farragut, D. G., (3), 1867-1868, Tennessee Admiral, 111

Fay, T. S., (45), 1848-1854, Sec. Legation at Berlin; Minister to Berne, 120

Felton, C. C., (3), 1856, Classical Scholar; President of Harvard, 120

Field, Cyrus W., (2), 1860, Promoter of Atlantic Cable, 111

Finegan, Joseph, (10), 1870-1873, 47

Fish, Hamilton, (12), 1856-1879, N.Y. Senator; Sec. of State, 120

Fitzpatrick, Bishop J., (28), 1863-1864, Bishop of Boston, 120

Fleming & Daniels, (6), 1872,-1884, Law Finn, 47'

Forbes, J. M., (7), 1863-1884, Business Associate, 120

Forbes, P. S., (25), 1853-1884, Business Associate; Consul at Canton, 120

Forrester, G. B., (30), 1883-1888, 47, 58

Forrestt and Sons, (37), 1886-1889, Shipbuilders, 23

Forsyth, H. D., (42), 1886-1889, 58

Forsyth, John, (1), 1858, Minister to Mexico; Editor, Mobile Register, 17

Foster, Eleazer, (103). 1867-1893, 48

Foster, Lafayette S., (29), 1856-1875, Connecticut Senator, 120

Foster, Martha P., (59), 1862-1884, Wife of Lafayette S. Foster, 93

Foulkrod, J. J., (17), 1882-1890, 48

Fraser & Dill, (10), 1869, Business Firm, 33

Freeman, Horatio, (4), 1860, 42

Frelinghuysen, F. K., (5), 1882-1888, Secretary of State, 24

French, William G., (9), 1839-1841, 75

 

Garfield, James A., and wife, Lucretia, (10), 1880,1882, U.S. President, 92, 120

Gauchez, Leon, (103), 1862-1865, Business Associate, 17

Gibbs, Nathan P., (2). 1856, Ship Captain employed by Philo Shelton, 34, 39

Gibson, R. L., (3), 1890, Louisiana Senator, 24 66

Gilbert, Martha C., (47). 1842-1873, 71

Gilfillan, James, (17), 1867-1872, Lawyer, 63

Givin, Robert W., & Co., (5), 1884, Insurance, 48

Glave, E. J., (19), 1885-1890, Explorer, 24

Gliddon, G. R., (6), 1857-1860, Engineer, 43

Goddard, William, (6), 1845-1849, 120

Goodrich, Aaron, (478), 1861-1869, Secretary of Belgian Legation, 34, 121

Goodrich, Charles S. G., (60), 1851-1856, Consul at Lyons, 122

Graham, Peter, (1), 1876, Nephew, 71

Grant, L. G. Duff. (5), 1885, 58

Grant, U. S., (1), 1880, General and President of United States, 111

Granville, Earl, (1), 1884, British Minister of Foreign Affairs, 24

Gray Dawes and Company, (70), 1880-1896, Business Firm, 53

Greindl, Baron, (68), 1877-1885, Belgian Representative to Ao I. A., 24

Greeley, Horace, (1), 1851, Journalist, 111

Greely, J. C., (19), 1871-1876, U, S. Tax agent, 136

Grenfell. George, (25), 1887-1891, Baptist Missionary Explorer, 24

Griswold, Whitting, (5). 1840-1842, 75

Gudin, T., (15), 1850-1863, French Painter, 134

Guggenheim, M., (15), 1866-1868, Antique dealer, Venice, 17

Gutierrez, Jacinto, (5), 1857, Venezuelan Minister of Foreign Relations, 34

 

Haas, J. H. L. de, (75), 1863-1869, Dutch Animal Painter, 134

Haeck, (35), 1864-1867, Inventor, 61

Hahn, Carl, (12), 1863-1864, Agent for British loan to Venezuela, 34

Haigh, Thomas & Emma, (17), 1871, 48

Haines, H. S., (4), 1888, 48

Hale, Charles, (7), 1864-1872. Consul General, Egypt; Asst Sec. of State, 12

Halford, E. M., (47), 1889-1890, Private Secretary of President Harrison, 48

Harrison, T, H., (5). 1876, 58

Hawthorne, Nathaniel, (1), 1853, Author, 111

Hay, John, (9), 1866-1880, Sec. Paris Legation. Charge d'Affaires, Vienna, 12

Healy, Mary, (2), 1843, 71

Hemming, F. H., (1), 1864, Venezuelan Consul-General, London, 34

Henschen, Joseph and W. A., (35), 1871-1873, Swedish Immigrants, 53

Hind, Thomas, (4), 1885-1890, 136

Hoadley, David, (62), 1860-1872, President Panama Railroad Company, 44

Hodge, J. L., (7). 1850-1853, Consul at Marseilles, 122

Hodister, A., (7), 1888-1889, Dept. Interior, Congo Free State, 25

Hoftrigin & Company, (7), 1847-1849, Business agent, 16

Holland, G., (6). 1857-1861, 43

Houston, Donald, (207), 1883-1901, Manager Belair Grove, 48

Howe, Janey, (10), 1846, Friend, 93

Huling, A., (5), 1873, 136

Huggins, T. F., (293), 1884-1891, 49

Hunt. W. H., (8), 1877-1882, Sec, of Navy; Minister to Russia, 122

Hunter, A., (7), 1860-1861, Supt. of Panama Railroad, 44

Hunter, W., (87), 1852-1884, Chief Clerk, Dept. of State, 122

Hutton, James E., and Company, (15), 1886-1888, English Business Firm, 23

 

Ingersoll, C. J., (7), 1852-1853, Pennsylvania Congressman, 122

Ingersoll, Colin M., (85), 1847-1889, Conn. Congressman; Sec. Russian Leg., 122 67

Ingersoll, Harry. (9). 1851-1855, 122

Ingersoll, R. I., (20), 1847-1865, Conn. Congressman; Minister, Russia, 122

Ingham, C, E., (4), 1886, Commissioner, Congo Free State, 25

Ingraham, James E., (263), 1878-1890, Agent for Sanford Grant, 50

Ivanoff, Adele, (28), 1860-1867, 92

 

Jacquin, Ch. (13), 1863-1869, Surveillance agent, 139

Janssen, Cam, (9), 1886, Administrator General, Dept. Interior, Congo, 25

Jay, Hamilton, (9), 1881, Postmaster, Jacksonville, Florida, 136

Jeffers, William, (5), 1866-1877, U. S, Naval Officer and Engineer, 43

Jenkins, C. L., (12), 1864-1869, 123

Jenney, J. H., (24), 1860-1861, 42

Jewell, Marshall, (28), 1873-1880, Gov. of Conn; Postmaster General, 123

Jewett, W. C., (3), 1863, Peace Advocate, 123

Johnston, W. E., (5), 1853-1866, M. D., in Paris, 123

Jones, George L., (10), 1865-1880, Publisher, New York Times, 123

Jones, G. W., (28), 1859-1861, Minister to New Granada, 42

Jones, J. P., (9), 1858-1864, 63

Jones, J, R., (10), 1869, Minister to Belgium, Sanford's successor, 123

Jottrand, L., (43), 1861-1876, French Business Associate, 123

 

Kasson, John A., (58), 1863-1889, Minister to Germany, 25, 123

Kelly, Edmond, (67), 1898-1899, English Lawyer employed for estate, 11

Kerr, J, W., (6), 1851-1857, 123

Kimberly, Dennis, (5), 1852-1854, 123

King Family, (17), 1849-1851, In-laws of Henry Shelton, 76

King, Peter V., (159), 1842-1878, Business Associate and relative, 123

Kirk, J., (6), 1879-1885, Sanford Exploring Expedition. 25

Krupp, Frederick, (11), 1861, Gun Manufacturer, 138

 

Lambermont, Baron, (51), 1862-1890, Belgian Representative to A. I. A., 25

Lamborn, R. H., (26), 1865-1872, 63

Lang and Delano. (8), 1854-1858, Claimants of Aves Island, 35, 40

Langrand, Count, (11), 1888, Mexican Count, 15

Latrobe, J. B., (29), 1877-1890, President American Branch, A. I. A., 25

Laurent, V., (7), 1890, Stockholder Belgian Anonymous Society, 25

Lawes, M., (91), 1843-1873, English friend, 69, 123

Lawrence, Abbott, (10), 1850-1854, Minister to England, 123

Lawrence, Amory A., (18), 1886-1893, American Business man, 11, 25

Lawrence Amos A., (24), 1880-1886, American Business man, 25

Lawrence T. B., (33), 1850-1869, son of. Abbott, 123

Lawson, Thomas, (3), 1856, New York Lawyer, 355

LeCocq, L., (15), 1883-1886, French Notary, 17

Legat, A., (4), 1887-1888, Dept. Interior, Congo Free State, 25

Leonard, A. W., (20), 1871-1873, 51

Leopold II, By Beyens, (12), 1883-1885, Beyens, Baron, Minister to King, 25

Leopold II, By Baron Borchgrave, (86), King's Minister, 25

Leopold II, By DeVaux, Jules, (36), 1867-1884. King's Minister, 25

Lepke, N. L. (8), 1866, German Art Collector, 134

LeVert, Octavia Walton, (1), 1853, Friend, 113

Levita, Emile, (6), 1886, Member of Firm, Levita and Company, London, 23 68

Levita and Company, (9), 1886, London Firm, 23

Levita, Jules, (796), 1851-1892, Lawyer and Business Associate, 11, 124, 125,.

Lewis and Peat, (5), 1886, London Business Firm, 23

Lewis Family, (5), 1784-1841, Relatives, 71

Lillie, Arthur, (2.), 1864-1870, 92

Lincoln, Robert, (2), 1889, Son of Abraham Lincoln, 111

Livingston, J. N., Dr., (15), 1857-1859, Medical Doctor, 43

Long, J. G., (19). 1880-1884, 136

Lovejoy, Betsy Curtis, (1), 1843, Relative, 71

Low, A. A., (94), 1867-1896. Merchant in China trade, 11,125

Low, Annie D. Bedel, (11), 1868-1881, 92

Low, Seth, (16), 1871-1900, President of Columbia University, 11, 125

Low, William G., (15), 1869-1879, New York Lawyer. 11, 125

Luquer, Helen King (Shelton), (23), 1867-1896. Relative, 76

 

MacDonald, J. A., (6), 1871, 51

Macfarlane, A. W., (159), 1884-1895, Sec. Fla. Land & Colonization Society, 54

McGavock, Randal W., (2), 1852, Tennessean, 111*

McHenry, James, (25), 1865-1887, English Business Associate, 63

Mackenzie, G. S., (7). 1881-1884, English Friend, 26

Mackie, James S., (420), 1856-1891, Business Associate, 126

MacKinnon, Sir William, (202), 1879-1892, Scottish Business Associate, 11, 127

McLane, Allan, (4), 1861, 42

McLaughlin, Richard, (9), 1880-1884, President St. John's Railway, Florida, 51

Maes, B., (302), 1883-1890, Bookkeeper and Manager of Oakley Store, 58

Maloney, G. W., (3), 1887-1888, African Explorer, 26

Malou, Jules, (24), 1874-1886, Belgian Senator, 26

Malspine, A., (5), 1863-1865, French Newspaper editor, Opinion Nationale, 139

Mansfield, L, W., (13), 1872-1873

Marcy, W. L., (17), 1854-1857, New York Senator; Sec. of State, 35

Marks, Leopold, (11), 1847-1848, German Businessman, 19

Marks, Lewis, (23), 1847-1848, German Businessman, 19

Marsh, G. P., (21), 1861-1868, Minister to Turkey; Minister to Italy, 128

Mary Augusta, (3), 1841-1842, Distant Relative, 67

Matheson and McMillan, (5), 1876-1879, Business Firm, 51

Mason, J. Y., (10), 1854, Minister to France, 128

Mathieu, Albert, (42), 1860-1869, Consul at Bogotá, 42

Maury, Matthew Fontaine, (1), Naval Officer and Oceanographer, 111

Maxwell, Jo D., (23), 1852-1863, Business Associate, dark Dodge Co., 18

Michelson, C., (14), 1860-1866, 42

Michelson, Carmen, (23), 1860-1866, 93

Millar, John, (7), 1871, 54

Miller, John, (179), 1848-1866, Dispatch Agent, 128

Milliken, R., (75), 1876-1886, 59

Mills, Mary. (13). 1845-1871, Relative, 71

Moncreiff, R. Scott, (22), 1883-1884, London Sec. Fla. Land Company, 54

Montefiore-Levi, (15), 1874-1890, Belgian Capitalist, 26

MoreHouse, Phebe, (18), 1846-1877, Paternal Aunt, 67

Morgan, E, D., (12), 1865-1882, N. Y. Senator; Chmn. Rep. Nat. Committee, 128

Morgan, J. S., Company, (65), 1863-1896, Banking Agents, 16

Morgan, John Tyler, (10), 1884-1890, Alabama Senator, 26 69

Morgan, P. H., (36), 1870-1878, Jurist; Minister to Mexico, 128

Morris, E. J., (11), 1850-1853, Charge D'Affaires, Two Sicilies, 128

Morse, F. H., (18), 1861-1866, Consul at London, 139

Morse. S. F. B., (3), 1868, Inventor, 111

Munroe, John and Company, (108), 1854-1869, Banking Agents, 16, 138

Murphy, J. H., (5), 1888, 59

Murray, W, P., (1), 1868, U. S. Legation, Caracas, 35

 

Nadal, H., (9), 1863, 35

Nichols, Mary L. Smith, (7), 1818-1847, 72

Notte, C. W., (6), 1886-1888, Sec. Dept. Interior, Congo Free State, 26

 

Oakes, C. H., (27), 1864-1868, Banker and Business associate, 63

Oppenheim, Abraham, Baron, (37), 1863-1871, German Businessman, 18

Ormes, James M., See Electro Mechanical Development, 16

Otey, James M., (4), 1851-1852, Bishop of Tennessee, 111

 

Paes, Jose', (1), 1862, President of Venezuela (Exiled), 35

Parminter, W. G., (27), 1884-1890, Explorer, 26

Parra, A., (2), 1889, 35

Paris, Alice, 1869, 135

Patterson. J. W., (11). 1869, 33

Peabody, George, and Company, (7), 1864, London Bankers, 16

Perry, Horatio J., (29). 1850-1865, Sec, of Legation, Madrid, 128

Phelps, Lyman, Rev., (138), 1865-1886, Postmaster of Sanford, Florida, 51

Phelps, Royal, (5), 1850-1857, 35

Phillips, F. E., (9), 1882-1884, President Arthur's Private Secretary, 128

Pierrepont, Edwards, (22), 1854-1883, Lawyer; Minister to England, 128

Polet and Michiels, (16), 1890-1891, Business Firm dealing with Africa, 23

Pollaky, (61), 1861-1862, Secret Service Detective, 139

Prahmann, G., (3), 1848, Shipping Agency, 16

Popelin, Capt. (10), 1880-1881, Commander: of one part of Exploring Exped., 26

Prescott, W. H., (1), Historian, 111

Preston, G. H., (1), 1862, 35

Prince, J. S., (5), 1885-1890, Real Estate Agent, 63

Putnam, J. O., (28), 1863-1881, Consul at Havre, 128

 

Rabaud, A and S., (67), 1879-1887, French Lawyer, 26

Rani, Frederick, (12), 1850-1854, U. S, Consul at Bordeaux, 129

Ramaeckers, (8), 1880-1881, Explorer, 26

Ramsey, Alexander, (7), 1863-1881, Governor of Minnesota; U.S. Senator, 129

Rand, F. H., (71), 1887-1895, Gen.- Mgr. Florida Land & Colonization Soc., 54

Randall, Harriet Shelton, (6), 1859-1864, Relative. 72

Rank en, Daniel J., (1), 1890, 26

Reed, Harrison, (32), 1883-1885, Governor of Florida, 136

Renshaw, Luis, (6), 1857-1858, 35

Renson, Armand, (85), 1888-1893, French Notary, 11, 26

Renson, Frantz, (5), 1892-1893, French Lawyer, 11

Renwick, Henry B., (13), 1864-1865, 61

Rhodes, Albert, (19), 1866-1869, Consular Clerk at Liverpool and The Hague, 129

Rice, A. H., (14), 1863-1884, Massachusetts Congressman and Governor, 129, 70

Ripley, C. G., (10), 1861, U. S. Purchasing Agent, 138

Ritter and Company, (11), 1865-1869, Antwerp Business Firm, 16

Rives, Amelia, (12), 1853-1863, 113

Rives, J. P., (22), 1851-1861, 113

Rives, W. C., (103), 1849-1860, Virginia Senator; Minister to France, 129, 141

Rives, W. C., Jr., (10), 1848-1851, Attaché, U. S. Legation, Paris, 129

Roberts, Martyn, (32), 1863-1865, Inventor, 61

Rogers, Clara A., (5), 1882, Wife of S. B. Rogers, 59

Rogers, S. B., (315), 1866-1876, Brother-in-law and partner in Oakley, 59

Rojas, Jose M. de. (156), 1857-1890, Fiscal agent; Venezuelan Minister, 35, 40

Rush, Benjamin, (15), 1868-1869, 129

Russell, C. H., (107), 1846-1880, Friend and Business associate, 129

Russell, W. H., (1), 1861, Correspondent of London Times, 111

 

Sampson and Tappan, 1855-1858, Guano Company, 36, 39

Sanford, Alidan Black, (2), 1869, Cousin, 67

Sanford, Charlotte T., (3), 1859-1861, Aunt, 67

Sanford, Frida, (17), 1878-1892, Daughter, 69, 80

Sanford, Gertrude, (455), 1860-1900, Wife, 11, 80, 88, 91

Sanford, Helena Carola Nancy, "Cara", (4), 1892-1896, Daughter, 69, 80

Sanford, Henry S., Jr., (138), 1868-1891, Son, 68

Sanford, John, (5), 1841-1848, Uncle (Founder of Carpet Company), 67

Sanford, John, (12), 1892-1896, Cousin, Son-in-law; Congressman, 11, 67

Sanford, Nehemiah Curtis, (9), 1823-1840, Father, 69

Sanford, Nelson, (1), 1843, Uncle, 67

Sanford, Nancy Bateman Shelton, (449), 1839-1880, Mother. 69, 70

Sanford, Sarah Caroline, (3), 1838-1844, Cousin, 67

Sanford, Stephen, (31), 1867-1892, Cousin; Father of John (son-in-law), 11,67

Sanford, Mrs. Stephen, (2). 1867-1891, 67

Santana Hermanos and Company, (20), 1859-1863, Caracas Business Firm, 36

Sargent, G. B., (9), 1870-1872, Business Associate in Western lands, 63

Sauchez, J. D., (5), 1860, 52

Sauer, George, (98), 1863-1867, Consul at Brussels, 129

Schermerhorn, W. C., (8), 1859, Owner of Western land, 63

Schofield, Ormes, and Buckley, (84), 1884-1888, Agents for Electro Mechanical Development and Suez Ship Railroad, 16

Schreyer, Adolf, (12). 1864-1865, German Animal Painter, 134

Schuyler. G. S., (18), 1861-1867, U. S. Purchasing agent, 138

Sears, Tina Shelton (22), 1846-1859, Cousin, Daughter of Philo Shelton, 77

Sells and Company, (19), 1884-1888, Business Firm, Commission Merchants, 60

Serrell, W., (10), 1845-1846, Inventor, 61

Seward, F. W., (22), 1864-1881, Secretary and son of William H., 130

Seward, William H., (237), 1856-1872, Governor of New York; Sec. of State, 36, 130

Seward, Anna, (8), 1863-1867, Daughter-in-law of William H., 113

Shackelford, J. M., (1). 1868, 33

Sheldon, Daniel, (1), 1817, Relative, 72

Shelton, Caroline, (21), 1862-1863, Cousin, 72:

Shelton, Elizabeth, "Lizzy", (49), 1823-1847, Aunt, 75

Shelton, Edward N., (674), 1830-1886, Uncle and Business associate, 73, 74

Shelton, Mrs. E. N. (Mary Jane DeForest), (10), 1850-1876, 72

Shelton. F. R., (61), 1863-1892, Cousin, 72

Shelton, Mrs. F. R. (T. Thompson), (13). 1878-1892, 72, 71

Shelton, Helen King (Mrs. Henry), (218), 1836-1879. Aunt, 76

Shelton, Henry, (47), 1810-1835, Uncle, 76

Shelton, Henry W., (16), 1851-1884, Cousin, Son of Henry, 76

Shelton, Jane DeForest, (29), 1865-1891, Cousin, 72

Shelton, Joseph, (5), 1810-1843, Grandfather (Letters to), 72

Shelton, Mary Ann, (8), 1830-1839. Cousin, 72

Shelton, Philo S., (489), 1822-1872, Uncle and Business associate, 36, 77, 78

Shelton, Philo S., Jr., (8), 1856-1880, Cousin, 77

Shelton, Mrs. Philo S. (Georgiana Albertina Homer), 1836-1869, 77

Shelton, Stephen, (35), 1816-1834, Uncle, 72

Shelton, Thomas, (7), 1831-1834, Great Uncle, 72

Shelton, William, (222), 1851-1882, Cousin, 79

Shelton, Mrs. William (Lucretia), (11), 1864-1882, 79

Shennan, E. B., (15), 1837-1845, Agent for Western lands, 63

Sherman, L. W., (9), 1890-1891, 51

Sherman, W. T., (1), 1883, General, 111

Sigourney, Amelia Louise and Henry, (15), 1854-1866, Friends, 113

Sims, J. Marion, (1), 1872, Famous surgeon, 111

Slidell, Madame, (2), undated, 113

Smith Augustine, (10), 1881-1889, New York Businessman, 131

Smith, George P., (2), 1861-1877, U. S. Purchasing agent, 138

Smith, Gilead A., (185), 1844-1889, Friend and Business associate, 131, 138

Smith, Richard. (17), 1887, Steamship engineer, 27

Smith, Truman, (47), 1849-1877, Connecticut Congressman; N. Y. Lawyer, 131

Squier, E. G., (50), 1852-1859, Charge d'Affaires, Honduras, 43

Stanford, Leland, (1), 1890, Businessman, 111

Stanley, Henry Morton, (48), 1878-1895, African Explorer, 27. 32

Stevens, B. F., (154), 1858-1893, U. S, Dispatch agent and Businessman, 27, 54, 60, 131

Stevens, Henry, (19), 1850-1858, Bibliographer and U. S. Agent, 131, 138

Stewart, D., (74), 1856-1887, Business associate, 131

Stilwell, Thorp, (2), 1868, U. S. Minister to Caracas, 36

Stirling, J. B., (9), 1876-1878, 51

Story, W. W., (2), 1850-1870, Sculptor, Essayist, Poet, 111

Strauch, M. Col., (160), 1878-1888, Secretary General African International Association; President, International Association of Congo, 27

Sturrock, A., (12), 1864-1865, Inventor, 6l

Stuart, Middleton, (2), 1868, 33

Sturup, Guillo, (4), 1862-1863, Danish Consul at Caracas., 36

Sumner, Charles, (1), 1866, Massachusetts Senator, 111

Swinburne, A. B., (12), 1886-1888, Explorer in charge of African Station, 27

 

Talbot, Marshall, (10), 1862, Brussels Legation, 132

Talleyrand, (8), no dates, 113

Taunt, E. H., (86), 1886-1890, U. S. Naval Officer; Commander of Sanford Expd,28

Taunt, Mary E., (7). 1886-1887, Wife of Lt. Taunt, 28

Tellkampf, J. L., (5), 1848-1850, Member of Berlin Chamber of Deputies, 132

Terroll, E. H., (15), 1888-1892, U. 3. Minister to Belgium, 28

Thomas, J. A., (2), 1856, Asst. U. S. Secretary of State, 36

Thompson, G. A., (85), 1880-1888, Stockholder in Florida Land Company, 54

Thys, Albert, Capt. (23), 1886-1891, Stockholder, Belgian Anonymous Soc., 28

Tilton, E. G., (2), 1857, U. S. Navy, 36

Tisdel, W. P., (18), 1885, Explorer and Consul to Congo Free State, 28,72

Toncy, C., (7), 1830-1840, 75

Totten, G. M., (23), 1860-1870, Engineer, Panama Railroad, 44

Torrens, W. T. M., (34), 1863-1869, Member of Parliament, 132.

Trafford, E. R., (38), 1882-1886. Gen. Manager, Florida Land Company, 54

Tree, Lambert, (6), 1888-1890, Minister to Belgium, 28

Trescot, W. H., (68), 1853-1889, Asst. Secretary of State, 33, 132

Trippel, Alex, (131), 1863-1872, Business Associate, 18

Tucker, J, W., (14), 1870-1872, 51

Tuckerman, Henry, (25), 1852-1871, Essayist, Critic, Poet, 132

Turl, John and Sons, (11), 1888, Ironworks, 60

Turney. P. W., (12), 1859, 42. 63

Turpin, E. A., (31), 1858-1877, Minister to Caracas, 36

 

Underwood, W. S., (4), 1863-1864, Consul at Glasgow, 132

 

Valcke, L., (8), 1886-1890, Dept. of Interior, Congo Free State, 28

Van Baggen, Parker & Dixon, (13), 1848, 16

Van Buren, Martin, (2), 1853, President of United States. Ill

Van den Daly, (12), 1890, 28

Van Gogh, H, V., (3), 1865-1867, Artist, 134

Van Halteren, (5), 1886-1889, Notary, 28

Van Ness, W. W., (5), 1871-1872. 136

Vaucleroy, Docteur de, (4), 1890, Anti-Slavery Conference, Brussels, 28

Vesey, W. H., (62), 1851-1864, Consul at Antwerp and Aix-la-Chapelle, 132

 

Wainwright, B. G., (14). 1851-1861, U. S, Purchasing agent, 138

Walker, J. E., (6), 1887-1888, Naval Officer, 28

Walker, W. M., (18), 1852-1861, Surveillance agent, 132

Waller, Gerald, (24), 1880-1882, London Sec., Florida Land Company, 54

Waller, W., (5), 1879-1881, 28

Walsh, Robert, (23), 1849-1854, U.S. Consul at Paris, 132

Walter, Caroline, (27), 1839-1843. 75

Watson, Alex T., (11), 1851-1869, Second Husband of Helen King Shelton, 76

Wauters, A. J., (22), 1879-1891, Belgian Anonymous Society. 28

Wauters, T., (6), 1887, Belgian Anonymous Society, 28

Webb, W. W., (21), 1859-1879, Surveillance agent, 132

Weber" and Company, (241), 1886-1890, Stockholders, Sanford Expedition, 23

Webster, E. D., (24), 1866-1868, 132

Webster, J. W., (9), 1844-1848, Sanford's Professor, 132

Weed, Harriet, A., (15), 1867-1868, Daughter of Thurlow Weed

Weed, Thurlow, (113), 1852-1882, Politician and Newspaperman, 132

Welborne, J. F., (36), 1883-1890, 51

Welles, E. T., (57), 1877-1882, Businessman, Lawyer, 133

Welles, Gideon, (1), 1863, Secretary of Navy, 36

Wells, David A., (8), 1867-1873, Economist, 133

Westcott, J. D., (6), 1857, 36

Whipple, H. B. Bishop, (19), 1865-1892, Bishop of Minnesota, 51, 133

White, A. D., (6), 1879-1890, Minister to Germany, 133

Whitner and Marks, (27), 1870-1872, Mellonville Realty Agents, 51

Whitney, Eli, (1), 1864, Inventor, 111

Wilbur, J. B., Jr., (40), 1850-1861, Asst. Sec. of Legation, Paris, 133

 

Note:  This index is included in the REGISTER: HENRY SHELTON SANFORD PAPERS.