Sunday, December 10, 2017

Heston, Hannah - 1806

Harlan – Heston
10/23/1806 – Ezekiel Harlan, son of Joseph (deceased) and Hannah Harlan of Little Britain married Hannah Heston of Cecil County Maryland, daughter of John and Hannah (deceased) Heston.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Heston, John - 1906

Harlan – Heston
10/23/1806 – Ezekiel Harlan, son of Joseph (deceased) and Hannah Harlan of Little Britain married Hannah Heston of Cecil County Maryland, daughter of John and Hannah (deceased) Heston.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Heston, Hannah - 1806

Harlan – Heston
10/23/1806 – Ezekiel Harlan, son of Joseph (deceased) and Hannah Harlan of Little Britain married Hannah Heston of Cecil County Maryland, daughter of John and Hannah (deceased) Heston.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Harlan, Hannah - 1806

Harlan – Heston
10/23/1806 – Ezekiel Harlan, son of Joseph (deceased) and Hannah Harlan of Little Britain married Hannah Heston of Cecil County Maryland, daughter of John and Hannah (deceased) Heston.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

You can visit the memorial page for Hannah Harlan.

Harlan, Joseph - 1806

Harlan – Heston
10/23/1806 – Ezekiel Harlan, son of Joseph (deceased) and Hannah Harlan of Little Britain married Hannah Heston of Cecil County Maryland, daughter of John and Hannah (deceased) Heston.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

You can visit the memorial page for Joseph Harlan.

Harlan, Ezekiel - 1806

Harlan – Heston
10/23/1806 – Ezekiel Harlan, son of Joseph (deceased) and Hannah Harlan of Little Britain married Hannah Heston of Cecil County Maryland, daughter of John and Hannah (deceased) Heston.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

You can visit the memorial page for Ezekiel Harlan.

Carter, Ruth - 1806

Milner – Carter
04/16/1806 – Cyrus Milner, son of Nathan and Mary Milner of Colerain Township married at Eastland Meeting, Sarah Carter, daughter of Samuel and Ruth Carter of West Nottingham Township.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Carter, Samuel - 1806

Milner – Carter
04/16/1806 – Cyrus Milner, son of Nathan and Mary Milner of Colerain Township married at Eastland Meeting, Sarah Carter, daughter of Samuel and Ruth Carter of West Nottingham Township.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Carter, Sarah - 1806

Milner – Carter
04/16/1806 – Cyrus Milner, son of Nathan and Mary Milner of Colerain Township married at Eastland Meeting, Sarah Carter, daughter of Samuel and Ruth Carter of West Nottingham Township.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

You can visit the memorial page for Sarah Carter.

Milner, Mary - 1806

Milner – Carter
04/16/1806 – Cyrus Milner, son of Nathan and Mary Milner of Colerain Township married at Eastland Meeting, Sarah Carter, daughter of Samuel and Ruth Carter of West Nottingham Township.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

You can visit the memorial page for Mary Milner.

Milner, Nathan - 1806

Milner – Carter
04/16/1806 – Cyrus Milner, son of Nathan and Mary Milner of Colerain Township married at Eastland Meeting, Sarah Carter, daughter of Samuel and Ruth Carter of West Nottingham Township.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

You can visit the memorial page for Nathan Milner.

Milner, Cyrus - 1806

Milner – Carter
04/16/1806 – Cyrus Milner, son of Nathan and Mary Milner of Colerain Township married at Eastland Meeting, Sarah Carter, daughter of Samuel and Ruth Carter of West Nottingham Township.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

You can visit the memorial page for Cyrus Milner.

Harlan, Rachel - 1805

Ives – Harlan
11/09/1805 – John Ives of Philadelphia, son of Thomas and Rachel Ives heretofore of Chester County married Pamela Harlan, daughter of Joseph and Rachel Harlan of Little Britain.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Harlan, Joseph - 1805

Ives – Harlan
11/09/1805 – John Ives of Philadelphia, son of Thomas and Rachel Ives heretofore of Chester County married Pamela Harlan, daughter of Joseph and Rachel Harlan of Little Britain.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Harlan, Pamela - 1805

Ives – Harlan
11/09/1805 – John Ives of Philadelphia, son of Thomas and Rachel Ives heretofore of Chester County married Pamela Harlan, daughter of Joseph and Rachel Harlan of Little Britain.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Ives, Rachel - 1805

Ives – Harlan
11/09/1805 – John Ives of Philadelphia, son of Thomas and Rachel Ives heretofore of Chester County married Pamela Harlan, daughter of Joseph and Rachel Harlan of Little Britain.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Ives, Thomas - 1805

Ives – Harlan
11/09/1805 – John Ives of Philadelphia, son of Thomas and Rachel Ives heretofore of Chester County married Pamela Harlan, daughter of Joseph and Rachel Harlan of Little Britain.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Ives, John - 1805

Ives – Harlan
11/09/1805 – John Ives of Philadelphia, son of Thomas and Rachel Ives heretofore of Chester County married Pamela Harlan, daughter of Joseph and Rachel Harlan of Little Britain.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Kinsey, Mary - 1805

Mathews – Kinsey
09/07/1805 – John Mathews, son of Thomas (deceased) and Rachel Mathews of Gunpowder, Maryland married Alice Kinsey, daughter of John and Mary Kinsey of Little Britain.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Kinsey, John - 1805

Mathews – Kinsey
09/07/1805 – John Mathews, son of Thomas (deceased) and Rachel Mathews of Gunpowder, Maryland married Alice Kinsey, daughter of John and Mary Kinsey of Little Britain.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Kinsey, Alice - 1805

Mathews – Kinsey
09/07/1805 – John Mathews, son of Thomas (deceased) and Rachel Mathews of Gunpowder, Maryland married Alice Kinsey, daughter of John and Mary Kinsey of Little Britain.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Mathews, Rachel - 1805

Mathews – Kinsey
09/07/1805 – John Mathews, son of Thomas (deceased) and Rachel Mathews of Gunpowder, Maryland married Alice Kinsey, daughter of John and Mary Kinsey of Little Britain.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Mathews, Thomas - 1805

Mathews – Kinsey
09/07/1805 – John Mathews, son of Thomas (deceased) and Rachel Mathews of Gunpowder, Maryland married Alice Kinsey, daughter of John and Mary Kinsey of Little Britain.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Mathews, John - 1805

Mathews – Kinsey
09/07/1805 – John Mathews, son of Thomas (deceased) and Rachel Mathews of Gunpowder, Maryland married Alice Kinsey, daughter of John and Mary Kinsey of Little Britain.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Milner, Mary - 1805

Brown – Milner
03/13/1805 - William Brown, son of Isiah and Miriam Brown of Little Britain married Rachel Milner, daughter of Nathan and Mary Milner of Little Britain.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Milner, Nathan - 1805

Brown – Milner
03/13/1805 - William Brown, son of Isiah and Miriam Brown of Little Britain married Rachel Milner, daughter of Nathan and Mary Milner of Little Britain.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Milner, Rachel - 1805

Brown – Milner
03/13/1805 - William Brown, son of Isiah and Miriam Brown of Little Britain married Rachel Milner, daughter of Nathan and Mary Milner of Little Britain.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Brown, Miriam - 1805

Brown – Milner
03/13/1805 - William Brown, son of Isiah and Miriam Brown of Little Britain married Rachel Milner, daughter of Nathan and Mary Milner of Little Britain.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Brown, Isiah - 1805

Brown – Milner
03/13/1805 - William Brown, son of Isiah and Miriam Brown of Little Britain married Rachel Milner, daughter of Nathan and Mary Milner of Little Britain.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Brown, William - 1805

Brown – Milner
03/13/1805 - William Brown, son of Isiah and Miriam Brown of Little Britain married Rachel Milner, daughter of Nathan and Mary Milner of Little Britain.

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

King, Mary - 1804

Livezey – King
12/13/1804 – Jonathan Livezey, son of Daniel and Margery Livezey, late of Bucks County married Mary King, daughter of Vincent (deceased) and Mary King of Little Britain

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

King, Vincent - 1804

Livezey – King
12/13/1804 – Jonathan Livezey, son of Daniel and Margery Livezey, late of Bucks County married Mary King, daughter of Vincent (deceased) and Mary King of Little Britain

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

You can visit the memorial page for Vincent King.

King, Mary - 1804

Livezey – King
12/13/1804 – Jonathan Livezey, son of Daniel and Margery Livezey, late of Bucks County married Mary King, daughter of Vincent (deceased) and Mary King of Little Britain

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

You can visit the memorial page for Mary's father, Vincent King.

Livezey, Margery - 1804

Livezey – King
12/13/1804 – Jonathan Livezey, son of Daniel and Margery Livezey, late of Bucks County married Mary King, daughter of Vincent (deceased) and Mary King of Little Britain

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Livezey, Daniel - 1804

Livezey – King
12/13/1804 – Jonathan Livezey, son of Daniel and Margery Livezey, late of Bucks County married Mary King, daughter of Vincent (deceased) and Mary King of Little Britain

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Livezey, Jonathan - 1804

Livezey – King
12/13/1804 – Jonathan Livezey, son of Daniel and Margery Livezey, late of Bucks County married Mary King, daughter of Vincent (deceased) and Mary King of Little Britain

~ Little Britain Monthly Meeting, 1752-1900: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Saturday, December 9, 2017

Swayne, Betty - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Betty Swayne
Age: 1
Sex: Female
Month of Death: July
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Stomach Disease

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Surber, John A. - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: John A. Surber
Age: 1
Sex: Male
Month of Death: November
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Spasms

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

You can visit the memorial page for John A. Surber.

Stoker, Nancy - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Nancy Stoker
Age: 4
Sex: Female
Month of Death: April
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Scarlet Fever

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Steel, Eliza - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Eliza Steel
Age: 35
Sex: Female
Month of Death: February
State of Birth: North Carolina
Cause of Death: Female Disease

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Smoot, John N. - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: John N. Smoot
Age: 74
Sex: Male
Month of Death: November
State of Birth: Maryland
Cause of Death: Lung Disease

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

You can visit the memorial page for John N. Smoot.

Smith, Thomas T. - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Thomas T. Smith
Age: 2
Sex: Male
Month of Death: June
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Stomach Disease

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Smith, Elizabeth - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Elizabeth Smith
Age: 30
Sex: Female
Month of Death: February
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Brain Disease*

Brain Fever - Meningitis.

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Smith, Elizabeth - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Elizabeth Smith
Age: 28
Sex: Female
Month of Death: January
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Consumption*

Consumption - Tuberculosis

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Simmons, George W. - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: George W. Simmons
Age: 28
Sex: Male
Month of Death: May
State of Birth: North Carolina
Cause of Death: Consumption*

Consumption - Tuberculosis

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Rust, Randolph - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Randolph Rust
Age: 1
Sex: Male
Month of Death: July
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Flux

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Rust, Martha - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Martha Rust
Age: 11 months
Sex: Female
Month of Death: June
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Flux

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Rumley, Nancy - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Nancy Rumley
Age: 70
Sex: Female
Month of Death: June
State of Birth: North Carolina
Cause of Death: Consumption*

Consumption - Tuberculosis

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Rumley, Anthony - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Anthony Rumley
Age: 40
Sex: Male
Month of Death: October
State of Birth: North Carolina
Cause of Death: Consumption*

Consumption - Tuberculosis

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Rogers, Nancy [Cheatham] - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Nancy Rogers
Age: 86
Sex: Female
Month of Death: March
State of Birth: North Carolina
Cause of Death: Dropsy*

Dropsy - Edema (swelling), often caused by kidney or heart disease.

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

You can visit the memorial page for Nancy [Cheatham] Rogers.

Rogers, Mary - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Mary Rogers
Age: 75
Sex: Female
Month of Death: March
State of Birth: Virginia
Cause of Death: Palsy

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Robinson, Willis - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Willis Robinson
Age: 9
Sex: Male
Month of Death: July
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Brain Disease*

Brain Fever - Meningitis.

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Robertson, Robert A. - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Robert A. Robertson
Age: 66
Sex: Male
Month of Death: May
State of Birth: North Carolina
Cause of Death: Brain Disease*

Brain Fever - Meningitis.

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Reese, George W. - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: George W. Reese
Age: 25
Sex: Male
Month of Death: February
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Brain Disease*

Brain Fever - Meningitis.

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Reed, Thomas W. - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Thomas W. Reed
Age: 56
Sex: Male
Month of Death: March
State of Birth: Tennessee
Cause of Death: Pneumonia

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Reed, Caroline - 1860

1860 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1859 and 31-May-1860.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Caroline Reed
Age: 39
Sex: Female
Month of Death: September
State of Birth: South Carolina
Cause of Death: Consumption*

Consumption - Tuberculosis

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1860 Mortality Schedule

Milleisen, M. (Mr. & Mrs.) - 1915

George Edward Elwell, Jr., son of George E. and Mary A. [McKelvy] Elwell, was born in Bloomsburg. Pa., April 19, 1886.  He graduated at the Bloomsburg Normal School in 1905, and at Trinity College, Hartford, Conn., in 1909, receiving the degree of Bachelor of Arts.  He was prominent in many of the college activities, and a member of the Delta Psi fraternity.  On graduation he entered business with his father in the Columbian Printing House, and so continues.  When the Bloomsburg Business Men's Association was organized he was one of its most active members, and was its secretary for three years, declining a reelection.

He is active in Masonry, having taken all the Scottish Rite degrees in Caldwell Consistory, has been president of the Craftsman Club, Eminent Commander of Crusade Commandery, Knights Templar, and Master of Washington Lodge.  Since 1912 he has taught two classes a day in French at the Normal school.  He is recognized as one of Bloomsburg's most estimable young men.  On his mother’s side he is a great-grandson of William McKelvy and Caleb Barton, and grandson of I. W. McKelvy, all of whom were in their day among the most progressive and respected citizens of Columbia county.  On Dec. 12, 1911, he was married to Miss Sara B. Milleisen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Milleisen, of Bloomsburg.

~ Historical and Biographical Annals of Columbia and Montour Counties, Pennsylvania, Volume II, Published by J. H. Beers & Company, 1915, Page 676.

Milleisen, Sara B. - 1915

George Edward Elwell, Jr., son of George E. and Mary A. [McKelvy] Elwell, was born in Bloomsburg. Pa., April 19, 1886.  He graduated at the Bloomsburg Normal School in 1905, and at Trinity College, Hartford, Conn., in 1909, receiving the degree of Bachelor of Arts.  He was prominent in many of the college activities, and a member of the Delta Psi fraternity.  On graduation he entered business with his father in the Columbian Printing House, and so continues.  When the Bloomsburg Business Men's Association was organized he was one of its most active members, and was its secretary for three years, declining a reelection.

He is active in Masonry, having taken all the Scottish Rite degrees in Caldwell Consistory, has been president of the Craftsman Club, Eminent Commander of Crusade Commandery, Knights Templar, and Master of Washington Lodge.  Since 1912 he has taught two classes a day in French at the Normal school.  He is recognized as one of Bloomsburg's most estimable young men.  On his mother’s side he is a great-grandson of William McKelvy and Caleb Barton, and grandson of I. W. McKelvy, all of whom were in their day among the most progressive and respected citizens of Columbia county.  On Dec. 12, 1911, he was married to Miss Sara B. Milleisen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Milleisen, of Bloomsburg.

~ Historical and Biographical Annals of Columbia and Montour Counties, Pennsylvania, Volume II, Published by J. H. Beers & Company, 1915, Page 676.

Elwell, George Edward Jr. - 1915

George Edward Elwell, Jr., son of George E. and Mary A. [McKelvy] Elwell, was born in Bloomsburg. Pa., April 19, 1886.  He graduated at the Bloomsburg Normal School in 1905, and at Trinity College, Hartford, Conn., in 1909, receiving the degree of Bachelor of Arts.  He was prominent in many of the college activities, and a member of the Delta Psi fraternity.  On graduation he entered business with his father in the Columbian Printing House, and so continues.  When the Bloomsburg Business Men's Association was organized he was one of its most active members, and was its secretary for three years, declining a reelection.

He is active in Masonry, having taken all the Scottish Rite degrees in Caldwell Consistory, has been president of the Craftsman Club, Eminent Commander of Crusade Commandery, Knights Templar, and Master of Washington Lodge.  Since 1912 he has taught two classes a day in French at the Normal school.  He is recognized as one of Bloomsburg's most estimable young men.  On his mother’s side he is a great-grandson of William McKelvy and Caleb Barton, and grandson of I. W. McKelvy, all of whom were in their day among the most progressive and respected citizens of Columbia county.  On Dec. 12, 1911, he was married to Miss Sara B. Milleisen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Milleisen, of Bloomsburg.

~ Historical and Biographical Annals of Columbia and Montour Counties, Pennsylvania, Volume II, Published by J. H. Beers & Company, 1915, Page 676.

Merrit, W. H. (Col.) - 1868

Western {smeared}
Should Patronize and Sustain
Sound Western Institutions
Patronize the
State Fire Insurance Co.,
Lyons, Iowa
Insures against loss by Fire and Lightning
Assets March 31st, 1867:
Authorized Capital $1,000,000
Capital Stock 200,000
Capital Stock paid in 128,200 {smeared}
U. S. 7-30 and other bonds 108,000 {smeared}
Money loaned at 10 per cent 7,712,000 {smeared}
Liabilities none

Officers:
Hon. Sam. E. Rankin, President
R. C. Rosworth, Vice President
Robert Williams, Treasurer
J. D. Woodward, Secretary
Campbell & Cooper, General Agents
E. L. Kerr, Legal Agent for Cheyenne, Dakota

References:
Gen. G. M. Dodge, M. C.: Hon. J. B. Grinnell, M. C., Gen. F. H. Warren, State Senator; Hon. M. E. Cutts, State Senator; Hon. J. A. Ellis, State Attorney; Col. W. H. Merrit, Editor Iowa Statesman.
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 4, Column 6

Ellis, J. A. (Hon.) - 1868

Western {smeared}
Should Patronize and Sustain
Sound Western Institutions
Patronize the
State Fire Insurance Co.,
Lyons, Iowa
Insures against loss by Fire and Lightning
Assets March 31st, 1867:
Authorized Capital $1,000,000
Capital Stock 200,000
Capital Stock paid in 128,200 {smeared}
U. S. 7-30 and other bonds 108,000 {smeared}
Money loaned at 10 per cent 7,712,000 {smeared}
Liabilities none

Officers:
Hon. Sam. E. Rankin, President
R. C. Rosworth, Vice President
Robert Williams, Treasurer
J. D. Woodward, Secretary
Campbell & Cooper, General Agents
E. L. Kerr, Legal Agent for Cheyenne, Dakota

References:
Gen. G. M. Dodge, M. C.: Hon. J. B. Grinnell, M. C., Gen. F. H. Warren, State Senator; Hon. M. E. Cutts, State Senator; Hon. J. A. Ellis, State Attorney; Col. W. H. Merrit, Editor Iowa Statesman.
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 4, Column 6

Cutts, M. E. (Hon.) - 1868

Western {smeared}
Should Patronize and Sustain
Sound Western Institutions
Patronize the
State Fire Insurance Co.,
Lyons, Iowa
Insures against loss by Fire and Lightning
Assets March 31st, 1867:
Authorized Capital $1,000,000
Capital Stock 200,000
Capital Stock paid in 128,200 {smeared}
U. S. 7-30 and other bonds 108,000 {smeared}
Money loaned at 10 per cent 7,712,000 {smeared}
Liabilities none

Officers:
Hon. Sam. E. Rankin, President
R. C. Rosworth, Vice President
Robert Williams, Treasurer
J. D. Woodward, Secretary
Campbell & Cooper, General Agents
E. L. Kerr, Legal Agent for Cheyenne, Dakota

References:
Gen. G. M. Dodge, M. C.: Hon. J. B. Grinnell, M. C., Gen. F. H. Warren, State Senator; Hon. M. E. Cutts, State Senator; Hon. J. A. Ellis, State Attorney; Col. W. H. Merrit, Editor Iowa Statesman.
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 4, Column 6

Warren. F. H. (Gen.) - 1868

Western {smeared}
Should Patronize and Sustain
Sound Western Institutions
Patronize the
State Fire Insurance Co.,
Lyons, Iowa
Insures against loss by Fire and Lightning
Assets March 31st, 1867:
Authorized Capital $1,000,000
Capital Stock 200,000
Capital Stock paid in 128,200 {smeared}
U. S. 7-30 and other bonds 108,000 {smeared}
Money loaned at 10 per cent 7,712,000 {smeared}
Liabilities none

Officers:
Hon. Sam. E. Rankin, President
R. C. Rosworth, Vice President
Robert Williams, Treasurer
J. D. Woodward, Secretary
Campbell & Cooper, General Agents
E. L. Kerr, Legal Agent for Cheyenne, Dakota

References:
Gen. G. M. Dodge, M. C.: Hon. J. B. Grinnell, M. C., Gen. F. H. Warren, State Senator; Hon. M. E. Cutts, State Senator; Hon. J. A. Ellis, State Attorney; Col. W. H. Merrit, Editor Iowa Statesman.
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 4, Column 6

Grinnell, J. B. (Hon.) - 1868

Western {smeared}
Should Patronize and Sustain
Sound Western Institutions
Patronize the
State Fire Insurance Co.,
Lyons, Iowa
Insures against loss by Fire and Lightning
Assets March 31st, 1867:
Authorized Capital $1,000,000
Capital Stock 200,000
Capital Stock paid in 128,200 {smeared}
U. S. 7-30 and other bonds 108,000 {smeared}
Money loaned at 10 per cent 7,712,000 {smeared}
Liabilities none

Officers:
Hon. Sam. E. Rankin, President
R. C. Rosworth, Vice President
Robert Williams, Treasurer
J. D. Woodward, Secretary
Campbell & Cooper, General Agents
E. L. Kerr, Legal Agent for Cheyenne, Dakota

References:
Gen. G. M. Dodge, M. C.: Hon. J. B. Grinnell, M. C., Gen. F. H. Warren, State Senator; Hon. M. E. Cutts, State Senator; Hon. J. A. Ellis, State Attorney; Col. W. H. Merrit, Editor Iowa Statesman.
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 4, Column 6

Dodge, G. M. (Gen.) - 1868

Western {smeared}
Should Patronize and Sustain
Sound Western Institutions
Patronize the
State Fire Insurance Co.,
Lyons, Iowa
Insures against loss by Fire and Lightning
Assets March 31st, 1867:
Authorized Capital $1,000,000
Capital Stock 200,000
Capital Stock paid in 128,200 {smeared}
U. S. 7-30 and other bonds 108,000 {smeared}
Money loaned at 10 per cent 7,712,000 {smeared}
Liabilities none

Officers:
Hon. Sam. E. Rankin, President
R. C. Rosworth, Vice President
Robert Williams, Treasurer
J. D. Woodward, Secretary
Campbell & Cooper, General Agents
E. L. Kerr, Legal Agent for Cheyenne, Dakota

References:
Gen. G. M. Dodge, M. C.: Hon. J. B. Grinnell, M. C., Gen. F. H. Warren, State Senator; Hon. M. E. Cutts, State Senator; Hon. J. A. Ellis, State Attorney; Col. W. H. Merrit, Editor Iowa Statesman.
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 4, Column 6

Kerr, E. L. - 1868

Western {smeared}
Should Patronize and Sustain
Sound Western Institutions
Patronize the
State Fire Insurance Co.,
Lyons, Iowa
Insures against loss by Fire and Lightning
Assets March 31st, 1867:
Authorized Capital $1,000,000
Capital Stock 200,000
Capital Stock paid in 128,200 {smeared}
U. S. 7-30 and other bonds 108,000 {smeared}
Money loaned at 10 per cent 7,712,000 {smeared}
Liabilities none

Officers:
Hon. Sam. E. Rankin, President
R. C. Rosworth, Vice President
Robert Williams, Treasurer
J. D. Woodward, Secretary
Campbell & Cooper, General Agents
E. L. Kerr, Legal Agent for Cheyenne, Dakota

References:
Gen. G. M. Dodge, M. C.: Hon. J. B. Grinnell, M. C., Gen. F. H. Warren, State Senator; Hon. M. E. Cutts, State Senator; Hon. J. A. Ellis, State Attorney; Col. W. H. Merrit, Editor Iowa Statesman.
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 4, Column 6

Woodward, J. D. - 1868

Western {smeared}
Should Patronize and Sustain
Sound Western Institutions
Patronize the
State Fire Insurance Co.,
Lyons, Iowa
Insures against loss by Fire and Lightning
Assets March 31st, 1867:
Authorized Capital $1,000,000
Capital Stock 200,000
Capital Stock paid in 128,200 {smeared}
U. S. 7-30 and other bonds 108,000 {smeared}
Money loaned at 10 per cent 7,712,000 {smeared}
Liabilities none

Officers:
Hon. Sam. E. Rankin, President
R. C. Rosworth, Vice President
Robert Williams, Treasurer
J. D. Woodward, Secretary
Campbell & Cooper, General Agents
E. L. Kerr, Legal Agent for Cheyenne, Dakota

References:
Gen. G. M. Dodge, M. C.: Hon. J. B. Grinnell, M. C., Gen. F. H. Warren, State Senator; Hon. M. E. Cutts, State Senator; Hon. J. A. Ellis, State Attorney; Col. W. H. Merrit, Editor Iowa Statesman.
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 4, Column 6

Williams, Robert - 1868

Western {smeared}
Should Patronize and Sustain
Sound Western Institutions
Patronize the
State Fire Insurance Co.,
Lyons, Iowa
Insures against loss by Fire and Lightning
Assets March 31st, 1867:
Authorized Capital $1,000,000
Capital Stock 200,000
Capital Stock paid in 128,200 {smeared}
U. S. 7-30 and other bonds 108,000 {smeared}
Money loaned at 10 per cent 7,712,000 {smeared}
Liabilities none

Officers:
Hon. Sam. E. Rankin, President
R. C. Rosworth, Vice President
Robert Williams, Treasurer
J. D. Woodward, Secretary
Campbell & Cooper, General Agents
E. L. Kerr, Legal Agent for Cheyenne, Dakota

References:
Gen. G. M. Dodge, M. C.: Hon. J. B. Grinnell, M. C., Gen. F. H. Warren, State Senator; Hon. M. E. Cutts, State Senator; Hon. J. A. Ellis, State Attorney; Col. W. H. Merrit, Editor Iowa Statesman.
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 4, Column 6

Rosworth, R. C. - 1868

Western {smeared}
Should Patronize and Sustain
Sound Western Institutions
Patronize the
State Fire Insurance Co.,
Lyons, Iowa
Insures against loss by Fire and Lightning
Assets March 31st, 1867:
Authorized Capital $1,000,000
Capital Stock 200,000
Capital Stock paid in 128,200 {smeared}
U. S. 7-30 and other bonds 108,000 {smeared}
Money loaned at 10 per cent 7,712,000 {smeared}
Liabilities none

Officers:
Hon. Sam. E. Rankin, President
R. C. Rosworth, Vice President
Robert Williams, Treasurer
J. D. Woodward, Secretary
Campbell & Cooper, General Agents
E. L. Kerr, Legal Agent for Cheyenne, Dakota

References:
Gen. G. M. Dodge, M. C.: Hon. J. B. Grinnell, M. C., Gen. F. H. Warren, State Senator; Hon. M. E. Cutts, State Senator; Hon. J. A. Ellis, State Attorney; Col. W. H. Merrit, Editor Iowa Statesman.
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 4, Column 6

Rankin, Samuel E. (Hon.) - 1868

Western {smeared}
Should Patronize and Sustain
Sound Western Institutions
Patronize the
State Fire Insurance Co.,
Lyons, Iowa
Insures against loss by Fire and Lightning
Assets March 31st, 1867:
Authorized Capital $1,000,000
Capital Stock 200,000
Capital Stock paid in 128,200 {smeared}
U. S. 7-30 and other bonds 108,000 {smeared}
Money loaned at 10 per cent 7,712,000 {smeared}
Liabilities none

Officers:
Hon. Sam. E. Rankin, President
R. C. Rosworth, Vice President
Robert Williams, Treasurer
J. D. Woodward, Secretary
Campbell & Cooper, General Agents
E. L. Kerr, Legal Agent for Cheyenne, Dakota

References:
Gen. G. M. Dodge, M. C.: Hon. J. B. Grinnell, M. C., Gen. F. H. Warren, State Senator; Hon. M. E. Cutts, State Senator; Hon. J. A. Ellis, State Attorney; Col. W. H. Merrit, Editor Iowa Statesman.
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 4, Column 6

Crowley, John - 1868

John Crowley
Every Description of
BLACKSMITHING
Done on shortest notice and in the best style, shop on west side Tholmes street between Sixteenth and Seventeenth streets, Cheyenne, Dakota.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 4, Column 3

Cordella, V. - 1868

Business and Financial Statistics of The “Magic City”, Cheyenne!
Article No. 8
One story and a half, 18x24, Grocery, V. Cordella, owner and occupant-cost $1,000.
~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 4, Column 3

Mitchell, Mrs. - 1868

Business and Financial Statistics of The “Magic City”, Cheyenne!
Article No. 8
One story frame, 12x4, residence, Mrs. Mitchell owner and occupant-cost, $250.
~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 4, Column 3

Syme, P. - 1868

Business and Financial Statistics of The “Magic City”, Cheyenne!
Article No. 8
One story and a half frame, 18x32 {?, smeared}, unfinished, P. Syme owner-cost $1,000 when completed.
~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 4, Column 3

Shoeffer, J. G. - 1868

Business and Financial Statistics of The “Magic City”, Cheyenne!
Article No. 8
One story frame 16x33, Boarding House, J. G. Shoeffer, owner and occupants, $1200.
~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 4, Column 2

Victor, J. - 1868

Business and Financial Statistics of The “Magic City”, Cheyenne!
Article No. 8
One story log, 16x18, boarding house with two additions in the rear, the first one a one story log, 16x16, the second a one story frame, 12x16, owned and occupied by J. Victor-entire cost, $1,400.
~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 4, Column 2

Cunningham, J. N. - 1868

Observe J. N. Cunningham's cards in to-day's paper.
~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 4, Column 1

Latham, H. (Dr.) - 1868

See card of H. Latham, M. D., in column of “New To-Day.”
~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 4, Column 1


H. Latham, M. D.
Surgeon U. P. R. R., Surgeon for Wells, Fargo & Co, and U. S. Examining Surgeon for Pensions.
Will Practice in this City.
Office on Seventeenth street, next door to Adams & Co., Cheyenne, Dakota.
~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 4, Column 3

Taylor, Bayard - 1868

Bayard Taylor is seriously ill at Rome.
~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 4, Column 2

Kirwin, G. - 1868

Our carrier, Mr. C. V. Arnold, desires to return his sincere thanks to Messrs. Cornforth Bro's, Halladay & Thompson, of the Wyoming House, S. F. Nuckolls, Tritch & Co., Harper, Steel & Co., A. L. Wait, Esq., G. Kirwin, Esq., Mr. Gildersleeve, of the Dodge House, Hartman & Taggart, Orahood & Co., and a host of others, for their munificent liberality to him on New Year's day. May these generous, enterprising gentlemen make large fortunes with greater rapidity than the growth of our Magic city. They richly deserve such a desirable fate.
~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 4, Column 1

Wait, A. L. - 1868

Our carrier, Mr. C. V. Arnold, desires to return his sincere thanks to Messrs. Cornforth Bro's, Halladay & Thompson, of the Wyoming House, S. F. Nuckolls, Tritch & Co., Harper, Steel & Co., A. L. Wait, Esq., G. Kirwin, Esq., Mr. Gildersleeve, of the Dodge House, Hartman & Taggart, Orahood & Co., and a host of others, for their munificent liberality to him on New Year's day. May these generous, enterprising gentlemen make large fortunes with greater rapidity than the growth of our Magic city. They richly deserve such a desirable fate.
~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 4, Column 1

Arnold, C. V. - 1868

Our carrier, Mr. C. V. Arnold, desires to return his sincere thanks to Messrs. Cornforth Bro's, Halladay & Thompson, of the Wyoming House, S. F. Nuckolls, Tritch & Co., Harper, Steel & Co., A. L. Wait, Esq., G. Kirwin, Esq., Mr. Gildersleeve, of the Dodge House, Hartman & Taggart, Orahood & Co., and a host of others, for their munificent liberality to him on New Year's day. May these generous, enterprising gentlemen make large fortunes with greater rapidity than the growth of our Magic city. They richly deserve such a desirable fate.
~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 4, Column 1

Britton, A. J. - 1868

That favorite resort, the Melodeon Theatre, is being thoroughly remodelled <sic> and re-fitted. Mr. A. J. Britton & Co., are the new proprietors. Mr. B. has gone east to Chicago, and will return with a first-class troupe. We are glad to know that we are to have a company of fine talent to amuse the lovers of fun these long evenings.
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 4, Column 1

Crighton, J. H. - 1868

The regular meeting of the County Commissioners for Laramie county, will be held at the Clerk's office on the first Monday in January, 1868, as per law made and provided.
J. H. Crighton,
Clerk and Receiver.
Laramie Co.
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[Argus & Star please copy.]
~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 4, Column 1

Terrel, J. W. - 1868

J. W. Terrel,
Is just opening a new and complete stock of
Drugs and Medicines,
Fancy Goods, Toilet Soaps, and Druggists' Sundries. We warrant our Drugs and Medicines PURE and FRESH.

Special attention given to compounding and prescriptions, which has been ou piccluly <sic> for years.
~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 3, Column 6

Boyer, Calvin - 1868

Horace Scudder                                                                                                             Calvin Boyer
Scudder & Boyer
Dealers in Stationery, Cigars, Tobacco, Periodicals and Fancy Goods in great variety.
[paper smeared], opposite Arbour's Restaurant.
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 3, Column 5

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Scudder Horace - 1868

Horace Scudder                                                                                                             Calvin Boyer
Scudder & Boyer
Dealers in Stationery, Cigars, Tobacco, Periodicals and Fancy Goods in great variety.
[paper smeared], opposite Arbour's Restaurant.
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 3, Column 5

Borges, John A. - 1868

John A. Borges,
Manufacturer of
Boots and Shoes
Cor. Seventeenth and Ferguson sts.
Cheyenne, - - - Dakota.

Will manufacture to order work in my line, of the finest quality and at lowest prices. A trial is solicited.
Repairing Neatly Done.
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 3, Column 4

Sunday, December 3, 2017

Wilson, P. S. - 1868

J. A. Ware                      John W. Hugus                      P. S. Wilson
Neb. City.                             Omaha.                                 Omaha.

J. A. Ware & Co.,
Bankers,

Cheyenne, Omaha, and Nebraska City.
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 3, Column 2

Hugus, John W. - 1868

J. A. Ware                      John W. Hugus                      P. S. Wilson
Neb. City.                             Omaha.                                 Omaha.

J. A. Ware & Co.,
Bankers,

Cheyenne, Omaha, and Nebraska City.
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 3, Column 2

Ware, J. A. - 1868

J. A. Ware                      John W. Hugus                      P. S. Wilson
Neb. City.                             Omaha.                                 Omaha.

J. A. Ware & Co.,
Bankers,

Cheyenne, Omaha, and Nebraska City.
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 3, Column 2

London Post Office - 1868

One man in the London postoffice does nothing but decipher misdirections.
~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 3, Column 1

Christoper Columbus Letter - 1868

An original letter of Columbus has been discovered in Europe, and purchased for the Maine Historical Society.
~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 3, Column 1

Preshaw, Samuel M. - 1868

S. M. Preshaw,
Contractor and Builder,
Cheyenne, D. T.

Will execute all work entrusted to his care, with dispatch.
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 2, Column 6

You can visit the memorial page for Samuel M. Preshaw.

Kinney, J. C. - 1868

J. C. Kinney,
Contractor of
Stone and Brick Work,
Cheyenne, D. T.

Will attend with promptness to all orders in his line,
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 2, Column 6

Sornberger, M. M. - 1868

M. M. Sornberger
PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTIST

Next door east of N. H. Heath & Co.'s Auction House, Cheyenne, Dakota.

Residents and strangers are invited to visit these rooms and we assure them that no pains or expense will be spared to

Guarantee Satisfaction.

We take every style and size of pictures, equal to the productions of the eastern States. Will attend to taking views of buildings, etc., etc.
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 2, Column 6

Robinson, W. D. - 1868

W. D. Robinson,
House, Sign and Ornamental
Painting,
Graining, Glazing, Gilding, etc.
Particular attention paid to banners, devices, &c.
Shop on west side of O'Neill street, first door north of Teitch & Co.'s Hardware store,
Cheyenne, D. T.
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 2, Column 6

Baird, Robert B. - 1874

Robert B. Baird of Monroe Co. died October 23rd in Richland Parish, La.
~ Greenville Advocate, 05-Nov-1874

You can visit the memorial page for Robert B. Baird.
There is a second page with a different death date for Robert B. Baird.

Bailey, Margaret Jane [Jeter] - 1884

Mrs. Margaret Jane Bailey, 38, died in Greenville April 15th.  She was survived by her husband and child.
~ Greenville Advocate, 23-Apr-1884

You can visit the memorial page for Margaret Jane[Jeter] Bailey.

Bailey, James (Mrs.) - 1886

Mrs. James Bailey died at her home near Pine Apple, Monroe County on the 21st from congestion of the liver.
~Greenville Advocate, 24-Mar-1886

Baggett, Samuel - 1890

Samuel Baggett, an aged gentleman, died June 1st near Beulah Church.
~ Greenville Advocate, 25-Jun-1890

You can visit the memorial page for Samuel Baggett.

Autrey, James L. - 1860

James L. Autrey was born in Stewart County, Georgia, in 1831.  He moved to Montgomery and then to Greenville where he died March 30th after a severe illness of about 8 days.
~ Southern Messenger, 07-Apr-1860

Rixey, John Franklin - 1908

Name: Charles Creighton Carlin

Occupation: congressman
Born: Alexandria, Virginia, April 8, 1866

Son of William H. and Frances E. Carlin

Education: graduated National Law University, Washington, 1891

Married: October, 1891, Lillian Broders, of Alexandria Virginia.

Postmaster of Alexandria during Cleveland’s 2d term; presidential elector, 1904; elected to 60th Congress, 1907-9, 8th Virginia district to fill term of J. Rixey, deceased.

Politics: Democrat

Home Address: Alexandria, Virginia

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

You can visit the memorial page for John Franklin Rixey.

Carlin, Frances E. - 1908

Name: Charles Creighton Carlin

Occupation: congressman
Born: Alexandria, Virginia, April 8, 1866

Son of William H. and Frances E. Carlin

Education: graduated National Law University, Washington, 1891

Married: October, 1891, Lillian Broders, of Alexandria Virginia.

Postmaster of Alexandria during Cleveland’s 2d term; presidential elector, 1904; elected to 60th Congress, 1907-9, 8th Virginia district to fill term of J. Rixey, deceased.

Politics: Democrat

Home Address: Alexandria, Virginia

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

You can visit the memorial page for Frances E. Carlin.

Carlin, William H. - 1908

Name: Charles Creighton Carlin

Occupation: congressman
Born: Alexandria, Virginia, April 8, 1866

Son of William H. and Frances E. Carlin

Education: graduated National Law University, Washington, 1891

Married: October, 1891, Lillian Broders, of Alexandria Virginia.

Postmaster of Alexandria during Cleveland’s 2d term; presidential elector, 1904; elected to 60th Congress, 1907-9, 8th Virginia district to fill term of J. Rixey, deceased.

Politics: Democrat

Home Address: Alexandria, Virginia

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

You can visit the memorial page for William H. Carlin.

Buford, Eldbridge Gerry - 1882

Name: Elizabeth [Burgess] Buford

Occupation: educator
Born: Cornersville, Tennessee, April, 1860

Daughter of J. J. H. and Elizabeth R. (Chambliss) Burgess.

Education: Bachelor of Arts, The Athenaeum, Columbia, Tennessee.

Married: Clarksville, Tennessee, 1882, Elbridge Gerry Buford

Studied voice, piano, art and language at Columbia University.  Identified for a number of years with prominent educational institutions of the South.  Founder and regent Buford College, Nashville, Tennessee.  Member Confederate Veterans’ Association.

Religion: Protestant

Club:  Shakespeare (director)
Address: Nashville, Tennessee

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

You can visit the memorial page for Eldbridge Gerry Buford.

Burgess, Elizabeth Reeves [Chambliss] - 1908

Name: Elizabeth [Burgess] Buford

Occupation: educator
Born: Cornersville, Tennessee, April, 1860

Daughter of J. J. H. and Elizabeth R. (Chambliss) Burgess.

Education: Bachelor of Arts, The Athenaeum, Columbia, Tennessee.

Married: Clarksville, Tennessee, 1882, Elbridge Gerry Buford

Studied voice, piano, art and language at Columbia University.  Identified for a number of years with prominent educational institutions of the South.  Founder and regent Buford College, Nashville, Tennessee.  Member Confederate Veterans’ Association.

Religion: Protestant

Club:  Shakespeare (director)
Address: Nashville, Tennessee

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

You can visit the memorial page for Elizabeth Reeves [Chambliss] Burgess.

Burgess, J. J. H. - 1908

Name: Elizabeth [Burgess] Buford

Occupation: educator
Born: Cornersville, Tennessee, April, 1860

Daughter of J. J. H. and Elizabeth R. (Chambliss) Burgess.

Education: Bachelor of Arts, The Athenaeum, Columbia, Tennessee.

Married: Clarksville, Tennessee, 1882, Elbridge Gerry Buford

Studied voice, piano, art and language at Columbia University.  Identified for a number of years with prominent educational institutions of the South.  Founder and regent Buford College, Nashville, Tennessee.  Member Confederate Veterans’ Association.

Religion: Protestant

Club:  Shakespeare (director)
Address: Nashville, Tennessee

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

You can visit the memorial page for J. J. H. Burgess.

Mallory, Stephen Russell - 1908

Name: William James Bryan

Occupation: U. S. senator
Born: Ft. Mason, Orange County, Florida, October 10, 1876

Son of John Milton ad Louisa Margaret Bryan

Education: Bachelor of Arts, Emory College, Georgia, 1896; Bachelor of Laws, Washington and Lee University, 1899

Married: Lexington, Virginia, September, 1903, Janet Allan.

Admitted to bar, 1899, and has since practiced at Jacksonville Florida; now member of firm Bryan & Bryan; county solicitor Criminal Court of Record, Duval County, Florida, 1902-7; appointed U. S. senator, December 26, 1907, to fill unexpired term of S. R. Mallory, deceased.; term expires 1909.

Politics: Democrat
Religion: Episcopalian

Home Address: Jacksonville, Florida

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

You can visit the memorial page for Stephen Russell Mallory.

Allan, Janet - 1903

Name: William James Bryan

Occupation: U. S. senator
Born: Ft. Mason, Orange County, Florida, October 10, 1876

Son of John Milton ad Louisa Margaret Bryan

Education: Bachelor of Arts, Emory College, Georgia, 1896; Bachelor of Laws, Washington and Lee University, 1899

Married: Lexington, Virginia, September, 1903, Janet Allan.

Admitted to bar, 1899, and has since practiced at Jacksonville Florida; now member of firm Bryan & Bryan; county solicitor Criminal Court of Record, Duval County, Florida, 1902-7; appointed U. S. senator, December 26, 1907, to fill unexpired term of S. R. Mallory, deceased.; term expires 1909.

Politics: Democrat
Religion: Episcopalian

Home Address: Jacksonville, Florida

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

Bryan, Louisa Margaret - 1908

Name: William James Bryan

Occupation: U. S. senator
Born: Ft. Mason, Orange County, Florida, October 10, 1876

Son of John Milton ad Louisa Margaret Bryan

Education: Bachelor of Arts, Emory College, Georgia, 1896; Bachelor of Laws, Washington and Lee University, 1899

Married: Lexington, Virginia, September, 1903, Janet Allan.

Admitted to bar, 1899, and has since practiced at Jacksonville Florida; now member of firm Bryan & Bryan; county solicitor Criminal Court of Record, Duval County, Florida, 1902-7; appointed U. S. senator, December 26, 1907, to fill unexpired term of S. R. Mallory, deceased.; term expires 1909.

Politics: Democrat
Religion: Episcopalian

Home Address: Jacksonville, Florida

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

Bryan, John Milton - 1908

Name: William James Bryan

Occupation: U. S. senator
Born: Ft. Mason, Orange County, Florida, October 10, 1876

Son of John Milton ad Louisa Margaret Bryan

Education: Bachelor of Arts, Emory College, Georgia, 1896; Bachelor of Laws, Washington and Lee University, 1899

Married: Lexington, Virginia, September, 1903, Janet Allan.

Admitted to bar, 1899, and has since practiced at Jacksonville Florida; now member of firm Bryan & Bryan; county solicitor Criminal Court of Record, Duval County, Florida, 1902-7; appointed U. S. senator, December 26, 1907, to fill unexpired term of S. R. Mallory, deceased.; term expires 1909.

Politics: Democrat
Religion: Episcopalian

Home Address: Jacksonville, Florida

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

Junius, Mary [Ellicott] - 1906

Name: George Rufus Boynton

Occupation: painter
Born: Pleasant Grove, Wisconsin, October 16, 1861

Son of David and Julia (Hancock) Boynton

Education: high school and normal college, in Minnesota, National Academy of Design and Art Students League (Elliot silver medal, 1876), and under Walter Shirlaw, C. Y. Turner and J. G. Brown, New York.

Married: New Brighton, S. I., New York, July 8, 1906, Mary Ellicott Junius.

Began drawing while at school; went to New York, 1875.  Has painted portraits of General F. D. Grant, General A. S. Webb, General C. S. Roe, Commodore F. G. Bourne, Commodore W. S. Alley, General Stewart L. Woodford, General James Grant Wilson, and many others.

Home Address: New Brighton, S. I., New York
Studio Address: 58 West 57th Street, New York.

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

Brown, John George - 1908

Name: George Rufus Boynton

Occupation: painter
Born: Pleasant Grove, Wisconsin, October 16, 1861

Son of David and Julia (Hancock) Boynton

Education: high school and normal college, in Minnesota, National Academy of Design and Art Students League (Elliot silver medal, 1876), and under Walter Shirlaw, C. Y. Turner and J. G. Brown, New York.

Married: New Brighton, S. I., New York, July 8, 1906, Mary Ellicott Junius.

Began drawing while at school; went to New York, 1875.  Has painted portraits of General F. D. Grant, General A. S. Webb, General C. S. Roe, Commodore F. G. Bourne, Commodore W. S. Alley, General Stewart L. Woodford, General James Grant Wilson, and many others.

Home Address: New Brighton, S. I., New York
Studio Address: 58 West 57th Street, New York.

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

You can visit the memorial page for John George Brown.

Turner, Charles Yardley - 1908

Name: George Rufus Boynton

Occupation: painter
Born: Pleasant Grove, Wisconsin, October 16, 1861

Son of David and Julia (Hancock) Boynton

Education: high school and normal college, in Minnesota, National Academy of Design and Art Students League (Elliot silver medal, 1876), and under Walter Shirlaw, C. Y. Turner and J. G. Brown, New York.

Married: New Brighton, S. I., New York, July 8, 1906, Mary Ellicott Junius.

Began drawing while at school; went to New York, 1875.  Has painted portraits of General F. D. Grant, General A. S. Webb, General C. S. Roe, Commodore F. G. Bourne, Commodore W. S. Alley, General Stewart L. Woodford, General James Grant Wilson, and many others.

Home Address: New Brighton, S. I., New York
Studio Address: 58 West 57th Street, New York.

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

You can visit the memorial page for Charles Yardley Turner.

Shirlaw, Walter - 1908

Name: George Rufus Boynton

Occupation: painter
Born: Pleasant Grove, Wisconsin, October 16, 1861

Son of David and Julia (Hancock) Boynton

Education: high school and normal college, in Minnesota, National Academy of Design and Art Students League (Elliot silver medal, 1876), and under Walter Shirlaw, C. Y. Turner and J. G. Brown, New York.

Married: New Brighton, S. I., New York, July 8, 1906, Mary Ellicott Junius.

Began drawing while at school; went to New York, 1875.  Has painted portraits of General F. D. Grant, General A. S. Webb, General C. S. Roe, Commodore F. G. Bourne, Commodore W. S. Alley, General Stewart L. Woodford, General James Grant Wilson, and many others.

Home Address: New Brighton, S. I., New York
Studio Address: 58 West 57th Street, New York.

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

You can visit the memorial page for Walter Shirlaw.

Boynton, Julia [Hancock] - 1908

Name: George Rufus Boynton

Occupation: painter
Born: Pleasant Grove, Wisconsin, October 16, 1861

Son of David and Julia (Hancock) Boynton

Education: high school and normal college, in Minnesota, National Academy of Design and Art Students League (Elliot silver medal, 1876), and under Walter Shirlaw, C. Y. Turner and J. G. Brown, New York.

Married: New Brighton, S. I., New York, July 8, 1906, Mary Ellicott Junius.

Began drawing while at school; went to New York, 1875.  Has painted portraits of General F. D. Grant, General A. S. Webb, General C. S. Roe, Commodore F. G. Bourne, Commodore W. S. Alley, General Stewart L. Woodford, General James Grant Wilson, and many others.

Home Address: New Brighton, S. I., New York
Studio Address: 58 West 57th Street, New York.

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

Boynton, David - 1908

Name: George Rufus Boynton

Occupation: painter
Born: Pleasant Grove, Wisconsin, October 16, 1861

Son of David and Julia (Hancock) Boynton

Education: high school and normal college, in Minnesota, National Academy of Design and Art Students League (Elliot silver medal, 1876), and under Walter Shirlaw, C. Y. Turner and J. G. Brown, New York.

Married: New Brighton, S. I., New York, July 8, 1906, Mary Ellicott Junius.

Began drawing while at school; went to New York, 1875.  Has painted portraits of General F. D. Grant, General A. S. Webb, General C. S. Roe, Commodore F. G. Bourne, Commodore W. S. Alley, General Stewart L. Woodford, General James Grant Wilson, and many others.

Home Address: New Brighton, S. I., New York
Studio Address: 58 West 57th Street, New York.

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

Boyd, Rebecca - 1908

Name: John Frank Boyd

Occupation: congressman
Born: Connellsville, Pennsylvania, August 8, 1853

Son of John and Rebecca Boyd

Education: Abington (Illinois) College, 2 years; studied law, and admitted to bar,

Married: 1881, Mabel Ayres, of Galva, Illinois.

Lived on farm in Henry County, Illinois, 1857-75.  County attorney, Antelope County, Nebraska, 1888-96; judge 9th Judicial District, 1907-9

Politics: Republican

Home Address: Neligh, Nebraska.

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

You can visit the memorial page for Rebecca Boyd.

Boyd, John - 1908

Name: John Frank Boyd

Occupation: congressman
Born: Connellsville, Pennsylvania, August 8, 1853

Son of John and Rebecca Boyd

Education: Abington (Illinois) College, 2 years; studied law, and admitted to bar,

Married: 1881, Mabel Ayres, of Galva, Illinois.

Lived on farm in Henry County, Illinois, 1857-75.  County attorney, Antelope County, Nebraska, 1888-96; judge 9th Judicial District, 1907-9

Politics: Republican

Home Address: Neligh, Nebraska.

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

You can visit the memorial page for John Boyd.

McLure, Eugenie Hitchcock (Mrs.) - 1900

Name: Christopher Rubey Blackall

Occupation: editor
Born: Albany, New York, September 18, 1830
Died:
Son of Benjamin and Sarah Blackall

Education: public schools; Doctor of Medicine (M.D.), Hygieo Therapeutic Medical College, New York, 1856, and Rush Medical College, Chicago, 1865; (Doctor of Divinity, Carson and Newman Colleges, 1896, Temple College, 1906)

Married: 1st, 1852, Eliza Davis; 2nd, 1873, Mrs. Emily Lucas Bryant; 3rd, 1900, Mrs. Eugenie Hitchcock McLure.

Assistant surgeon 33d Wisconsin Volunteers, early part Civil War.  Abandoned medicine, 1864.  General superintendent and editor, Chicago Sunday School Union, 1864-5; secretary and manager northwestern district, American Baptist Publication Society, 1865-79; connected with New York and Philadelphia branch houses, 1869-80; editor of periodicals since 1880, American Baptist Publication Society, Philadelphia.  Ordained to Christian ministry, 1880.  Director Pennsylvania State Sabbath School Association; member executive committee, Philadelphia Sunday School Association; president Pennsylvania Baptist Council Brotherhood Andrew and Philip.  Member of National Geographic Society.

Author: Our Sunday School Work and How to Do It, 1877, B4; Story of Six Decades, 1885, O1; Balshazzar (cantata) 1890, D2; Stories About Jesus, 1897, B4

Home Address: Ardmore, Pennsylvania
Office Address: 1630 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

Bryant, Emily [Lucas] (Mrs.) - 1873

Name: Christopher Rubey Blackall

Occupation: editor
Born: Albany, New York, September 18, 1830
Died:
Son of Benjamin and Sarah Blackall

Education: public schools; Doctor of Medicine (M.D.), Hygieo Therapeutic Medical College, New York, 1856, and Rush Medical College, Chicago, 1865; (Doctor of Divinity, Carson and Newman Colleges, 1896, Temple College, 1906)

Married: 1st, 1852, Eliza Davis; 2nd, 1873, Mrs. Emily Lucas Bryant; 3rd, 1900, Mrs. Eugenie Hitchcock McLure.

Assistant surgeon 33d Wisconsin Volunteers, early part Civil War.  Abandoned medicine, 1864.  General superintendent and editor, Chicago Sunday School Union, 1864-5; secretary and manager northwestern district, American Baptist Publication Society, 1865-79; connected with New York and Philadelphia branch houses, 1869-80; editor of periodicals since 1880, American Baptist Publication Society, Philadelphia.  Ordained to Christian ministry, 1880.  Director Pennsylvania State Sabbath School Association; member executive committee, Philadelphia Sunday School Association; president Pennsylvania Baptist Council Brotherhood Andrew and Philip.  Member of National Geographic Society.

Author: Our Sunday School Work and How to Do It, 1877, B4; Story of Six Decades, 1885, O1; Balshazzar (cantata) 1890, D2; Stories About Jesus, 1897, B4

Home Address: Ardmore, Pennsylvania
Office Address: 1630 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

Davis, Eliza - 1852

Name: Christopher Rubey Blackall

Occupation: editor
Born: Albany, New York, September 18, 1830
Died:
Son of Benjamin and Sarah Blackall

Education: public schools; Doctor of Medicine (M.D.), Hygieo Therapeutic Medical College, New York, 1856, and Rush Medical College, Chicago, 1865; (Doctor of Divinity, Carson and Newman Colleges, 1896, Temple College, 1906)

Married: 1st, 1852, Eliza Davis; 2nd, 1873, Mrs. Emily Lucas Bryant; 3rd, 1900, Mrs. Eugenie Hitchcock McLure.

Assistant surgeon 33d Wisconsin Volunteers, early part Civil War.  Abandoned medicine, 1864.  General superintendent and editor, Chicago Sunday School Union, 1864-5; secretary and manager northwestern district, American Baptist Publication Society, 1865-79; connected with New York and Philadelphia branch houses, 1869-80; editor of periodicals since 1880, American Baptist Publication Society, Philadelphia.  Ordained to Christian ministry, 1880.  Director Pennsylvania State Sabbath School Association; member executive committee, Philadelphia Sunday School Association; president Pennsylvania Baptist Council Brotherhood Andrew and Philip.  Member of National Geographic Society.

Author: Our Sunday School Work and How to Do It, 1877, B4; Story of Six Decades, 1885, O1; Balshazzar (cantata) 1890, D2; Stories About Jesus, 1897, B4

Home Address: Ardmore, Pennsylvania
Office Address: 1630 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

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Blackall, Sarah - 1908

Name: Christopher Rubey Blackall

Occupation: editor
Born: Albany, New York, September 18, 1830
Died:
Son of Benjamin and Sarah Blackall

Education: public schools; Doctor of Medicine (M.D.), Hygieo Therapeutic Medical College, New York, 1856, and Rush Medical College, Chicago, 1865; (Doctor of Divinity, Carson and Newman Colleges, 1896, Temple College, 1906)

Married: 1st, 1852, Eliza Davis; 2nd, 1873, Mrs. Emily Lucas Bryant; 3rd, 1900, Mrs. Eugenie Hitchcock McLure.

Assistant surgeon 33d Wisconsin Volunteers, early part Civil War.  Abandoned medicine, 1864.  General superintendent and editor, Chicago Sunday School Union, 1864-5; secretary and manager northwestern district, American Baptist Publication Society, 1865-79; connected with New York and Philadelphia branch houses, 1869-80; editor of periodicals since 1880, American Baptist Publication Society, Philadelphia.  Ordained to Christian ministry, 1880.  Director Pennsylvania State Sabbath School Association; member executive committee, Philadelphia Sunday School Association; president Pennsylvania Baptist Council Brotherhood Andrew and Philip.  Member of National Geographic Society.

Author: Our Sunday School Work and How to Do It, 1877, B4; Story of Six Decades, 1885, O1; Balshazzar (cantata) 1890, D2; Stories About Jesus, 1897, B4

Home Address: Ardmore, Pennsylvania
Office Address: 1630 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

Blackall, Benjamin - 1908

Name: Christopher Rubey Blackall

Occupation: editor
Born: Albany, New York, September 18, 1830
Died:
Son of Benjamin and Sarah Blackall

Education: public schools; Doctor of Medicine (M.D.), Hygieo Therapeutic Medical College, New York, 1856, and Rush Medical College, Chicago, 1865; (Doctor of Divinity, Carson and Newman Colleges, 1896, Temple College, 1906)

Married: 1st, 1852, Eliza Davis; 2nd, 1873, Mrs. Emily Lucas Bryant; 3rd, 1900, Mrs. Eugenie Hitchcock McLure.

Assistant surgeon 33d Wisconsin Volunteers, early part Civil War.  Abandoned medicine, 1864.  General superintendent and editor, Chicago Sunday School Union, 1864-5; secretary and manager northwestern district, American Baptist Publication Society, 1865-79; connected with New York and Philadelphia branch houses, 1869-80; editor of periodicals since 1880, American Baptist Publication Society, Philadelphia.  Ordained to Christian ministry, 1880.  Director Pennsylvania State Sabbath School Association; member executive committee, Philadelphia Sunday School Association; president Pennsylvania Baptist Council Brotherhood Andrew and Philip.  Member of National Geographic Society.

Author: Our Sunday School Work and How to Do It, 1877, B4; Story of Six Decades, 1885, O1; Balshazzar (cantata) 1890, D2; Stories About Jesus, 1897, B4

Home Address: Ardmore, Pennsylvania
Office Address: 1630 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

Bennett, Eugenia [Pearce] - 1908

Name: Nathaniel Claude Bennett

Occupation: founder and manager Congressional Information Bureau
Born: Thomson, Georgia, November 29, 1866
Son of Nathaniel J. and Eugenia (Pearce) Bennett

Education: graduated Emory College, 1888

Married: unmarried

Washington correspondent, government official, 1888-97; established Congressional Information Bureau, 1897, only one of its kind, that prepares for Congressmen any desired data and conducts national and international business in Congressional and departmental advices and miscellaneous research.  Member National Geographical Society, Sons of the American Revolution.

Clubs: (charter member) University, Phi Delta Theta (Washington); Reform (New York).

Home Address: 1814 K Street
Office Address: Bond Building, Washington.

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

You can visit the memorial page for Eugenia [Pearce] Bennett.

Bennett, Nathaniel Jones - 1908

Name: Nathaniel Claude Bennett

Occupation: founder and manager Congressional Information Bureau
Born: Thomson, Georgia, November 29, 1866
Son of Nathaniel J. and Eugenia (Pearce) Bennett

Education: graduated Emory College, 1888

Married: unmarried

Washington correspondent, government official, 1888-97; established Congressional Information Bureau, 1897, only one of its kind, that prepares for Congressmen any desired data and conducts national and international business in Congressional and departmental advices and miscellaneous research.  Member National Geographical Society, Sons of the American Revolution.

Clubs: (charter member) University, Phi Delta Theta (Washington); Reform (New York).

Home Address: 1814 K Street
Office Address: Bond Building, Washington.

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

You can visit the memorial page for Nathaniel Jones Bennett.

Carlin, Charles Creighton - 1908

Name: Charles Creighton Carlin

Occupation: congressman
Born: Alexandria, Virginia, April 8, 1866

Son of William H. and Frances E. Carlin

Education: graduated National Law University, Washington, 1891

Married: October, 1891, Lillian Broders, of Alexandria Virginia.

Postmaster of Alexandria during Cleveland’s 2d term; presidential elector, 1904; elected to 60th Congress, 1907-9, 8th Virginia district to fill term of J. Rixey, deceased.

Politics: Democrat

Home Address: Alexandria, Virginia

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

You can visit the memorial page for Charles Creighton Carlin.

Downard, William "Billy" - 1868

You All Know
Billy Downard,
Proprietor of
Downard Billiard Saloon,
South Side of Seventeenth Street,
Cheyenne, D. T.
He announces that he has fitted up his hall into a first-class Billiard Saloon, and is prepared to accommodate all who wish to enjoy a pleasant time in a pleasant place. Choice wines, liquors and cigars always on hand.
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 2, Column 6

Henry, C. A. - 1868

SPAID'S
Celebrated FRESH OYSTERS !
Received daily, by express, at Chas. McDonald's, corner Twentieth and O'Neill streets, opposite Hook & Moore's Corral; for sale by the case or can, and Warranted as fresh as when shipped from the East.
C. A. Henry, General Agent for the Northwest.
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 2, Column 4

Harlow, W. H. - 1868

Excelsior Coal Mines
Depot and Office cor. O'Neill and Seventeenth streets.
N. H. Heath and W. H. Harlow
Are now prepared to furnish superior coal from their immense mines, at wholesale and retail, delivered with dispatch to any part of the city, free of charge for drayage.
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 2, Column 4

Heath, N. H. - 1868

Excelsior Coal Mines
Depot and Office cor. O'Neill and Seventeenth streets.
N. H. Heath and W. H. Harlow
Are now prepared to furnish superior coal from their immense mines, at wholesale and retail, delivered with dispatch to any part of the city, free of charge for drayage.
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~ Cheyenne Leader, 02-Jan-1868, Page 2, Column 4

Buford, Mary Elizabeth [Burgess] - 1908

Name: Elizabeth [Burgess] Buford

Occupation: educator
Born: Cornersville, Tennessee, April, 1860

Daughter of J. J. H. and Elizabeth R. (Chambliss) Burgess.

Education: Bachelor of Arts, The Athenaeum, Columbia, Tennessee.

Married: Clarksville, Tennessee, 1882, Elbridge Gerry Buford

Studied voice, piano, art and language at Columbia University.  Identified for a number of years with prominent educational institutions of the South.  Founder and regent Buford College, Nashville, Tennessee.  Member Confederate Veterans’ Association.

Religion: Protestant

Club:  Shakespeare (director)
Address: Nashville, Tennessee

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

You can visit the memorial page for Mary Elizabeth [Burgess] Buford.

Bryan, William James - 1908

Name: William James Bryan

Occupation: U. S. senator
Born: Ft. Mason, Orange County, Florida, October 10, 1876

Son of John Milton ad Louisa Margaret Bryan

Education: Bachelor of Arts, Emory College, Georgia, 1896; Bachelor of Laws, Washington and Lee University, 1899

Married: Lexington, Virginia, September, 1903, Janet Allan.

Admitted to bar, 1899, and has since practiced at Jacksonville Florida; now member of firm Bryan & Bryan; county solicitor Criminal Court of Record, Duval County, Florida, 1902-7; appointed U. S. senator, December 26, 1907, to fill unexpired term of S. R. Mallory, deceased.; term expires 1909.

Politics: Democrat
Religion: Episcopalian

Home Address: Jacksonville, Florida

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

You can visit the memorial page for William James Bryan.

Boynton, George Rufus - 1908

Name: George Rufus Boynton

Occupation: painter
Born: Pleasant Grove, Wisconsin, October 16, 1861

Son of David and Julia (Hancock) Boynton

Education: high school and normal college, in Minnesota, National Academy of Design and Art Students League (Elliot silver medal, 1876), and under Walter Shirlaw, C. Y. Turner and J. G. Brown, New York.

Married: New Brighton, S. I., New York, July 8, 1906, Mary Ellicott Junius.

Began drawing while at school; went to New York, 1875.  Has painted portraits of General F. D. Grant, General A. S. Webb, General C. S. Roe, Commodore F. G. Bourne, Commodore W. S. Alley, General Stewart L. Woodford, General James Grant Wilson, and many others.

Home Address: New Brighton, S. I., New York
Studio Address: 58 West 57th Street, New York.

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

Boyd, John Franklin "Frank" - 1908

Name: John Frank Boyd

Occupation: congressman
Born: Connellsville, Pennsylvania, August 8, 1853

Son of John and Rebecca Boyd

Education: Abington (Illinois) College, 2 years; studied law, and admitted to bar,

Married: 1881, Mabel Ayres, of Galva, Illinois.

Lived on farm in Henry County, Illinois, 1857-75.  County attorney, Antelope County, Nebraska, 1888-96; judge 9th Judicial District, 1907-9

Politics: Republican

Home Address: Neligh, Nebraska.

~ Who's Who in America, 1908-1909, Copyright 1908, by Albert Nelson Marquis, Page xxviii. (Received too late for insertion in the regular order in the body of the book.)

You can visit the memorial page for John Franklin "Frank" Boyd.