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The Ann Chamberlain papers, January 1810 to June 1843

The Ann Chamberlain papers, January 1810 to June 1843

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Published by R.T. Deery in [United States?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Meeteer, Ann Chamberlain, -- 1795-1876 -- Correspondence,
  • Chamberlain, Pierce, -- 1794-1850 -- Correspondence,
  • Quakers -- Delaware -- Newark -- Correspondence,
  • Quakers -- Delaware -- Newark -- History -- 19th century,
  • Presbyterians -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Correspondence,
  • Presbyterians -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- History -- 19th century,
  • Brothers and sisters -- United States -- Correspondence,
  • Society of Friends -- Doctrines,
  • Presbyterianism -- Doctrines

  • Edition Notes

    Statementtranscribed by Crissman Taylor and Job den Heeten ; commentaries and assembly by Ruth Taylor Deery.
    GenreCorrespondence.
    ContributionsMeeteer, Ann Chamberlain, 1795-1876., Deery, Ruth Taylor.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX7649.N37 A44 2005
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22695137M
    LC Control Number2007273783

    – The romance of Princess Amelia, daughter of George III () including extracts from private and unpublished papers Mourning was not ordered until the 5th of November, three days after the death of Amelia and the Monday following the funeral. Married: Cyntha Sildona Maxham (daughter of Charles Maxham and Matilda Russell, pioneers Aug ). She was born Aug Legal papers of Adolphus Meier and S.B. Stoddard, Legal proceedings on Brigham Young estate, Legal suit, Portage County, Ohio of Buckius vs. Brown et al., Genealogy profile for Anna Leighton Anna Leighton (Chamberlain) ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Anna Leighton (Chamberlain) ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

    WEEKS FAMILY. 1. Ann Webb, born about , "a malatto Born of ye body of Jane Webb ye wife of a Negro man belonging to Captain Thomas Savage," was bound to Savage by the Northampton County, Virginia court on 20 June She had four more years to serve when she was listed in the inventory of Thomas Savage's estate which was recorded on 12 May [Orders , ; DW , .


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Because of its importance in the s and the frequency with which it is cited in the annotation of The Joseph Smith Papers, it has been designated with the short citation “Minute Book 2.” The minutes of the church’s January conference, as recorded on page 2 of Minute Book 2, include a reference to a revelation recorded on page Expand/collapse Ann Eliza McCord Papers, Folder 1 Original finding The Ann Chamberlain papers #z, Series: "Ann Eliza McCord Papers, ".

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John 3 CHAMBERLAIN (John 2, WILLIAM 1) was born /84 in Billerica, MA, and died /23 in Billerica, married Margaret Gould /10 in Concord, MA, daughter of Samuel and Mehitable Gould. She was born in Dunstable, MA. Children of John CHAMBERLAIN and Margaret Gould are. This is the seventh installment in the Joseph Smith Papers Documents series covering the time period September – January It is important to read the pages into the Introduction of this series since it outlines the current situation of the Church.5/5(30).

SHIVELY, John M. (): m1. MEADE-JOHNSON, Martha Ann; m2. 30 Mar. ELLIOTT, Susan L.; came first in and returned east or ; appointed postmaster for Astoria, Oregon, on 9 Mar. in Washington D.C., and with his son from the first marriage, his second wife and her unmarried sister (and probably brother as well.

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Their son William, a sailor during and after the War ofwrote most of the letters. JOSEPH W. AND ORVILLE T. CHAMBERLAIN PAPERS, – Collection Information. Biographical Sketch Scope and Content Note. Series Contents Cataloging Information Processed by Betty Alberty Supervised by Paul Brockman 4 September Visual Materials and Artifacts Added by Dorothy A.

Nicholson June Manuscript Collections DepartmentFile Size: 44KB. Margaret Spane Friday, Decem On Thursday, Dec. 15,our Lord God gave Margaret wings and she flew to heaven. Margaret was born Oct.

21,in Cape Girardeau, to Thelma Boone-Chamberlain and Jess Chamberlain. She was married to Lowell Gaylord Spanein Chaffee, Mo. She bore three Burial: New Lorimier Cemetery, Cape Girardeau, Cape. William Bathurst STITH married 2 nd, Polly Jordan on Oct.

2, Polly was born J ; died Aug. 12, She was a cousin of William B. STITH before marriage.) Richard L. STITH born Janu (More later.) Thomas STITH, born Janumd.

ApAnn McGee. Thomas STITH died October 6, The papers include not only a cotton book () plantation journals () and financial accounts relating to Roseland's restoration in the s, but also records of the Natchez physician Andrew Macrery, the original owner of Roseland. The Archer-Mitchell-Stump-Williams Family Papers were donated by Mrs.

Lewis J. Williams, through the offices of her daughters, Mrs. Woodley Richardson and Mrs. John [UNK] in November Number of containers: 23 boxes and 2 volumes. Accession number: Processed By: Barbara S.

Murray. Date: Janu BOX 1: Stevenson Archer. JAMES N. CHAMBERLAIN PAPERS, – Collection Information. Biographical Sketch Scope and Content Note. June to August, and a January 8, letter to James Chamberlain from his daughter Ella who is married to an attorney and doing well.

CONTENTS. These papers consist chiefly of letters James C. Kelly had written to his wife, Fidelia Ann Kelly, in regards to his experiences of serving in the rd New York Volunteers during the Civil War.

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The diary was kept from January 1-Decem and primarily concerns activities on Megie's farm at Murray Hill, New Providence Township, Union County, New Jersey. Foreign policy and appeasement dominated the Cabinet. As the prospect of war grew, Neville Chamberlain's Conservative government was heavily criticised.

The Phoney War and the humiliating defeat in Norway ended the Conservative-dominated National Government in favour of a coalition under Churchill. There was no election due to the Second World War. This banner text can have markup.

web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. 25 January Hannah Chamberlain 's birth was registered on 25 January at S.D. East Leicester, R.D. Leicester, LEI. Reference Copy dated 26th September 2 (Reference) BC-Reg: between 1 April and 30 June Rebecca Bingham 's birth was registered between 1 April and 30 June R.D.

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Canfield was born in Vermont While living in Vermont he married Sallie Ann Lee on J They moved to Springfield, PA in and resided there for two years prior to moving to Jersey County, IL. +LUCENA COOK b: J d: Janu in JAMESTOWN, NY 5 DAVID TIFFANY b: in ONEIDA CO., NY *2nd Wife of HUMPHREY TIFFANY: +PHEBE BROWN d: in CHENANGO CO., NY 5 LYDIA TIFFANY b: in PROVIDENCE, RI 5 SUSANNA TIFFANY b: Febru in PROVIDENCE, RI.

Charles Ernest Chamberlain (J – Novem ) was a politician from the U.S. state of Michigan. Life and career. Chamberlain was born in Locke Township, Michigan and after graduating from Lansing Central High School in Lansing, went on to earn a B.S. degree in from the University of Virginia in earned an LL.B.

degree from the University of Virginia. Emanuel Muravchik oral history interview, June Harry A. Siitonen papers, and undated, bulk Social Democrats, USA records, (Bulk ).

Posts about John de Sausmarez written by ch. Mar. Whitehall. Proceedings upon the petition of Gregory Hascard, Dean of Windsor, stating that Dr.

Saumares, one of the prebendaries of St. George's Chapel, "by the assistance of the French ambassador's priests, and other papists, and by false suggestions, did obtain from the Ministers of the late King, severall illegal orders, very. Chamberlain (Jonathan M.) papers, Chamberlain (Louisa): a youthful pioneer, Chamberlain (Mary E.

Woolley): handmaiden of the Lord, circa. Brand, Benjamin (d. ), papers, – 27 items. Mss2Bb. Correspondence and accounts of a commission merchant in Hanover Town and Richmond.

Includes a letter dated 17 March to Martin Dawson concerning the sale of slaves; and a receipt issued in by John, the head-man of a canal boat, for the shipment of flour.between 1 April and 30 June Mortimer Frederick Ratcliff was born between 1 April and 30 June at West Bridgford, NTT.

1,3 BC-Reg* between 1 April and 30 June His birth was registered between 1 April and 30 June at R.D. Basford. 2 MC-Reg* between 1 January and 31 March McCall family papers, Family papers include correspondence and diaries of Ansel James McCall (), lawyer from Bath, Steuben County, N.Y.

Correspondence is for the most part with friends from Hamilton and Union College, including James F. Chamberlain, James S.

McLaury, and Charles A. Loomis.