Vilas, Lucy M., 1800-1841

Vilas, Lucy M., 1800-1841

 

Dates

  • Existence: 1800 - 1841

Biography

Lucy M. Vilas was a traveling Sunday School teacher.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Lucy M. Vilas Diary

Codex 003211
 Collection
Identifier: 003211
Date(s): 1827 to 1833
Abstract

Diary of Lucy M. Vilas. Entries recorded at Morristown, Cambridge, Sterling, Reading, Johnson, Jeffersonville and Royalton, Vermont as well as a few sites in New Hampshire. Most entries recorded on Sundays and detail sermons. Vilas was a traveling Sunday school teacher for children.

Lucy Vilas diary

Codex 003233
 Collection
Identifier: 003233
Date(s): 1825 to 1827
Abstract

Lucy M. Vilas, schoolteacher. Diary contains short reminiscences on mortality and Sunday church sermons.

Lucy Vilas diary

Codex 003230
 Collection
Identifier: 003230
Date(s): 1828
Abstract

A diary of entries from 1812-1824, compiled and transcribed in 1828 by the author. Entries record Vilas' thoughts on sermons, deaths of family members and friends, and travel. Of note is an account of hearing the cannon fire from the battle of Plattsburgh, some 40 miles away on Lake Champlain.