1 edition of Whitehall, February 19, 1750-51 found in the catalog.
Whitehall, February 19, 1750-51
Written in English
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3 ii Nellie2 SPENCER , born in Whitehall, Trempealeau Co, WI. She married on 5 Nov in Medford, Taylor Co, WI H. A. B. KENNEDY . 4 iii Freddie2 SPENCER , born in Whitehall, Trempealeau Co, WI. 5 iv Edna2 SPENCER , died bef 22 Oct 19) – John Gowen – Somerset County, MD – court case; merch acct book w Michael Gowing Jr and Sr, Recorded 1st Mon in February / Henrico Co, Va. ) /50 Feb Indenture made 17 February /50 Between John Jackson Junr. of St. Andrew Parish, Brunswick County, and Robert Rivers of Bath Parish, Prince.
RI - Rhode Island Ma /51 One Ounce & Five Penny Face Reprint. RIa. Printed on thick white paper, with wide margins. Sharp impression with plate lines indicating this reprint was struck off a one-subject plate. Interesting penciled notation at the top: "From an original plate -pres't by C.J. H. Dec. " Likely quite scarce. VF. Full text of "Edward Jessup of West Farms, Westchester Co.,New York, and his descendants: with an introduction and an appendix, the latter containing records of other American families of the name with some additional memoranda".
Bringing together rare journals printed between c and , this resource illuminates all aspects of eighteenth-century social, political and literary life. Topics covered are wide-ranging and include colonial life, provincial and rural affairs, the French and American revolutions, reviews of literature and fashion throughout Europe, political debates, and London coffee house gossip and. See book 1, page Children of CLAUS KLINDT and WOLBER GÖTTSCH are: 5. i. HINRICH4 KLINDT, b. Whitehall MT ) Children of IDJE KLINDT and JOHANN HAGGE are: i. JOHANN CARSTEN7 HAGGE, b. Janu in Grand Island, Hall County, Nebraska. She married HENRY MEINECKE Febru Children of OLGA BECKMANN and HENRY.
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T HOMAS 4 N OBLE (T HOMAS 3, T HOMAS 2, T HOMAS 1) was born Septem in Westfield, MA, and died WFT Est. He married (1) S ARAH B married (2) S ARAH R OOT Septem in Westfield, Hampden, was born Bet. Ancestors of Milton Huston Whitehall Generation No.
Whitehall Milton Huston Garner, born in Entriken, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania; died Febru in was the son of 2. John G. Garner and B. married (1) Mary Elizabeth Kyler Ma in Entriken, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania.
1750-51 book Birth: 19 SEP Death: 29 OCT _____ Name: Daniel Ritter 1 2 Sex: M Birth: 15 JAN in Lehigh Co., PA 2 Death: 10 MAR in Whitehall Twp., Lehigh Co., PA Baptism: 27 JAN Egypt Reformed Church, Egypt, North Whitehall Twp., Lehigh Co., PA 2 Father: Daniel Ritter b: 5 SEP in Whitehall Twp., Northampton Co., PA Mother: Maria.
19 February She married John R. Fletcher Jr., son of John Riley Fletcher and Louisa M. Broadwater, on 19 February at Pungoteague, Accomack Co, VA.
He was shown as John R. Fletcher, a 22 year old 1750-51 book, the son of John R. & Louisa Fletcher and she was shown as Rose E.
Walker, the daughter of Henry C. & Margaret Walker. Abstract. Eliza Haywood ( - ) has gained more critical attention in recent years, but the bibliographical foundations for her canon largely remain unquCited by: 9.
According to Warren V. Sprague's book, "Sprague Families in America", Thomas Sprague, Sr. was born on Febru However, on his tombstone, his age is given as 62 and calculating backwards from his date of death, one arrives at the year of JACOB was born Janu /46 in Bethlehem, Northampton, Pa, and died Febru in Bath, Northampton, Pa.
He married CHRISTINA BEST abt. in Northampton County, PA, daughter of JACOB BEST and ANNA LEFEVRE. She was born Febru /51 in Williams Township, Northampton County, PA, and died Ma Mary (Wiegele) Erkman in Saline Co., IL she was the daughter of Frank Wiegele. Mary was born in Straussburg, Germany in and immigrated to.
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SARAH WEST (JAMES BENJAMIN, JONATHAN, ROBERT) was born in SC, and died in Hart Co., KY. She married JEREMIAH JAGGERS Ap in Hardin Co., KY, son of DANIEL JAGGERS and HESTER HITCHCOCK. He was born J in Chester Co., SC, and died Septem in Hart Co., KY. Full text of "History and genealogy of the Gov.
John Webster family of Connecticut with numerous portraits and illustrations" See other formats. " John was a proprietor of Watertown inbeing granted 4 acres on Febru4 more acres on Febru and 91 acres April " By John Finch was living in Stamford, Connecticut where he was assigned 6 acres of marsh and upland and served in.
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Margaret Murphy was born in 1 She married John Lawrence Jr., son of John Lawrence and Mary Power, at Isle of Wight Co., Virginia.
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By the special Command of their Excellencies, the LORDS JUSTICES of IRELAND. FOR THE. BENEFIT of the Hospital for poor distressed. LYING-IN-WOMEN in George’s-Lane. AT THE. Great MUSSICK-HALL [sic] in Fishamble-Street,on Thursday-Night the 17th of this Instant.
January,will be performed. HANDEL’s last celebrated and grand ORATORIO, call’d. He married (1) MARIA KNIESS Febru /93 in Langenselbold, daughter of KASPAR KNIESS and ANNA ROTH. She was born Febru /69 in Langensbold, Hesse, Germany, died Novem in Langensbold, He married (2) ANNA MARGRETHE KAYSER Febru /99 in Langenselbold.
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Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge8th Nov.,and fourteen. 1 February - Major FARMER and Major WOODLEY came to Capt BENT's; I spoke to them, from thence we went to Cork, Capt BOLES being with us. We met Colonel PHAIR, his wife and several of his family. 2 February - From Cork we went to Kinsale.
I was at the Fort, was visited by GOOKIN and others.