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Founding Era Index > Adams Papers Indexes > Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2008 > C >  Cranch, Elizabeth (1763-1811, niece of AA, often called “Betsy,” later wife of Jacob Norton)

 Adams Papers Indexes | Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2008 | C |  Cranch, Elizabeth (1763-1811, niece of AA, often called “Betsy,” later wife of Jacob Norton)

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– AA critical of handwriting of [1 reference]

– AA misses [1 reference]

– AA on [2 references]

– AA recommends WSS to [2 references]

– AA recommends books to [2 references]

– AA sends gifts to [4 references]

– AA sends goods to [16 references]

– AA2 describes [1 reference]

– AA2 misses [1 reference]

– AA2 remarks on romantic interests of [6 references]

– Elizabeth Shaw on [2 references]

– H. G. Otis' interest in [1 reference]

– JA's mother complains to [1 reference]

– JQA asks if she received his letter [1 reference]

– JQA comments on [9 references]

– Letters [19 subentries]

– Mary Cranch on [1 reference]

– alludes to Richardson novel [2 references]

– and AA2's engagement [2 references]

– and JQA [1 reference]

– and JQA travel and visit [5 references]

– and Royall Tyler [3 references]

– and study of French [2 references]

– as Mary Cranch's secy. [1 reference]

– asks that JQA and AA write to siblings [1 reference]

– at Weymouth [1 reference]

– attends Harvard exhibition [1 reference]

– attends opening of Charles River Bridge [2 references]

– attends turtle-party [1 reference]

– brought to tears by JA letter [1 reference]

– care of CA and TBA [7 references]

– characterized [2 references]

– characterized by AA2 [1 reference]

– characterizes AA2 [1 reference]

– correspondence with AA [18 references]

– correspondence with AA2 [18 references]

– correspondence with Elizabeth Shaw [1 reference]

– correspondence with JQA [4 references]

– correspondence with Mary Cranch [1 reference]

– correspondence with Thomas Perkins [5 references]

– courted by Rev. Norton [1 reference]

– delight in travel descriptions [1 reference]

– describes JQA [3 references]

– desire to see England [1 reference]

– desires to visit Brit. gardens [1 reference]

– dines with Isaac Smith Sr. [1 reference]

– eager for AA's return [1 reference]

– enjoys JQA's company [1 reference]

– fondness for flowers and gardens [2 references]

– friends look forward to return of [1 reference]

– goes to Newburyport [1 reference]

– happiness of [1 reference]

– has disagreeable ride to Lincoln [1 reference]

– health of [13 references]

– helps JQA with grooming [1 reference]

– hopes for Adamses' return to U.S. [2 references]

– identified [2 references]

– illness [1 reference]

– importance of AA and AA2 letters to [2 references]

– in Haverhill for extended stay [1 reference]

– infancy [4 references]

– inoculated with smallpox [4 references]

– joins First Parish Church of Weymouth [1 reference]

– joy at AA's safe arrival [1 reference]

– letter from CA listed (1785) [1 reference]

– letter to AA listed (1784) [1 reference]

– letters from AA2 listed (1779) [2 references]

– letters from AA2 listed (1782) [1 reference]

– letters from AA2 listed (1783) [1 reference]

– makes cap for sister [1 reference]

– marriage [2 references]

– mentioned [39 references]

– mother comments on [2 references]

– mourns death of former tutor [1 reference]

– offers to help Elizabeth Shaw [2 references]

– on AA as “fair example of female excellence” [1 reference]

– on AA's handwriting [1 reference]

– on AA2's engagement [1 reference]

– on Adams brothers [2 references]

– on Prentice Cushing [1 reference]

– on death of Elizabeth Storer Smith [1 reference]

– on improvements to Cranch home [1 reference]

– on marriage [1 reference]

– on marriage of AA2 and WSS [1 reference]

– on religion as solace in grief [1 reference]

– on sleighing party [1 reference]

– on state of Adamses' Braintree home [1 reference]

– opens letter from AA to Mary Cranch [1 reference]

– plays harpsichord [4 references]

– praises AA's journal-letter [1 reference]

– quotes Bible [2 references]

– quotes Edward Young [1 reference]

– reacts to AA's account of presentation at Court [1 reference]

– receives letter describing journey to Kentucky [3 references]

– receives news from Anthony Wibird [1 reference]

– relations with JQA [17 references]

– relationship with Thomas Perkins [7 references]

– resemblance to Miss Elworthy [1 reference]

– returns to Braintree [2 references]

– returns to Braintree from Haverhill [1 reference]

– sees Royall Tyler's refusal to deliver AA2's letters [1 reference]

– sewing [7 references]

– source of comfort to grieving family [1 reference]

– studies music [1 reference]

– studies music in Haverhill [8 references]

– thanks AA for her gifts and letters [1 reference]

– to learn harpsichord in Boston [3 references]

– visits Allens of Bradford [2 references]

– visits Boston [2 references]

– visits Bridgewater [1 reference]

– visits Bridgewater and Plymouth [1 reference]

– visits Cambridge [1 reference]

– visits at Harvard and in Cambridge [3 references]

– visits in Germantown [1 reference]

– visits in Haverhill [18 references]

– visits in Milton [1 reference]

– visits in Weymouth [3 references]

– visits with Allens [1 reference]

– visits with Hull family [1 reference]

– visits with JQA [2 references]

– visits with Shaws at Haverhill [9 references]

– visits with Whites [3 references]

– wears Thaxter miniature [1 reference]

– wishes AA2 would bring music from France [1 reference]

See Also

See also Norton, Elizabeth Cranch