1 edition of Sketch and dedication of Glenwood Cemetery, Washington, D.C., August 1st, 1854 found in the catalog.
Sketch and dedication of Glenwood Cemetery, Washington, D.C., August 1st, 1854
|Statement||address by the Rev. Doct. Butler ; poem by the Rev. Byron Sunderland ; prayer by the Rev. Doct. Dashiel ; hymn by F. Cosby.|
|Contributions||YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||YA 14402|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 17-32 ;|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||96188113|
TH0MAS W. BAIRD, a prominent citizen of Mahoning Township, serving as a member of the School Board and in the office of roadmaster, settled on his present farm of sixty acres, in the fall of He was born in Washington County, Pennsylvania, Aug , and is a son of Thomas and Martha J. (Wilson) Baird. The Bairds are people of high standing in Washington County, where they were . Tertius Chandler exam book for Arabic, circa Thomas More Store speech, dedication, and memorial service [sound recording], To Edward D. Townsend, Assistant Adjutant General report of march to California and related papers, Benicia, Calif., Aug. 1. July, Published first book, "A Sketch of the Christian Experience and View of Ellen G. White, " 64 Pages. April, Established home in Rochester, New York. Febru Vision regarding personal cleanliness, "fine food," "rich food," "coarse food" Aug . The cemetery was named Evergreen Cemetery, but was renamed McPherson Cemetery on 15 December There is also a monument that was erected in his honor on 22 July at the McPherson Cemetery. President Rutherford B. Hayes gave the dedication speech during the ceremony for the monument.
He died in Washington, D. C. while on duty, and was buried in the Congressional Cemetery Decem Mr. Shellenbarger was graduated from the Stella High School. He has served as president of the Parent Teachers Association at Stamford for three years, and has served as member of the Nebraska senate three consecutive terms, and.
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(New York and Cincinnati, Benziger, ), by J. Gaume (page images at HathiTrust). Filed under: Soldiers' bodies, Disposition of. The graves registration service in World War II / (Washington, D.C.: Historical Section, Office of the Quartermaster General: U.S. G.P.O., ), by Edward Steere and United States.
Office of the Quartermaster General. Historical Section (page images at. District of Columbia Deaths,index & images; District of Columbia Deaths and Burials,DC – District of Columbia, Glenwood Cemetery Records, ; Cemetery records (Washington, District of Columbia), The Washington sketch book: a society souvenir: containing over one hundred portraits of prominent.
Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Glenwood Sitzes (23 Jan –26 Dec ), Find a Grave Memorial no. citing Woodlawn Cemetery, Leadington, St. Francois County, Missouri, USA ; Burial: Woodlawn Cemetery, Leadington, St. According to the Baltimore Sun‘s “Washington Letter” from August 8,“The funeral of Mrs.
Frederick Douglass yesterday was attended by a large concourse of both white and colored, on foot and in carriages. The funeral procession, a long one, carried the remains to Grace Cemetery, where she was laid to rest by Hon.
B.K. Bruce, John. He died Januin Washington, DC, and was interred at the historic Glenwood Cemetery. His good works continue to be a boon to the Shapell Roster Project, and we are thrilled that now we get to celebrate both his military and administrative service, so hopefully others too remember the name “Charles Newburgh.”.
•/iDcirton S>ata t7 AN EXTRACT FROM THE DESCENDANTS OF WILLIAM MORTON 3. William Morton, Orange County, Vir- ginia. Of the ancestry of William Mor- ton, nothing authentic is known.
Tradition states that he or his ancestors at one time owned large tracts of land upon which por- tions of the City of Washington, D.
C., are now built. Letter book, AccessionMiscellaneous Reel 1 reel. Microfilm. Letter book,of Lieutenant General Richard Heron 1854 book () containing letters sent from Texas, Utah, South Carolina, and for the Civil War period from Fredericksburg, Virginia.
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Waggener, sent to me by Judy Senter: George C. Waggener, son of James and Elizabeth O'Neil Waggener, was born near Louisville, in Burial: Moss Ridge Cemetery, Carthage.
Heritage Services. Ask an Archivist; Southwestern 〉 Library 〉 Adventist Heritage 〉 Ellen White Ellen White: A Chronology By Ellen G.
White Estate Revised: J The following outline of significant points in the life and work of Ellen G. Washington White includes links to some of her publications and information on some places, people and events in her chronology. Mahony, a bitter opponent to the war, was arrested on Augat his home and jailed in the Washington, D.C.
prison without habeas corpus until after the elections in November (57) Nearly every company of soldiers stopped in 1854 book of the offices of the "Dubuque Times" to give three cheers for the newspaper's support of the war. The Wellons Family.
15 Lewis A. Hines of Savannah, Georgia, and Mrs. Viola Mason, wife of Dr. Mason, of Washington, D. Her oldest son, Wil- liam Wellons, died some years before. Julia, the second child, was born inand married in Rives Washington Wells, an estimable man of Prince George County, Vir- ginia.
The Consecration of the Soldiers' National Cemetery was the ceremony at which U.S. President Abraham Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address on Novem In addition to spectators, attendees included six state governors: Andrew Gregg Curtin of Pennsylvania, Augustus Bradford of Maryland, Oliver P.
Morton of Indiana, Horatio Seymour of New York, Joel Parker of New Location: Gettysburg, Adams Co, Pennsylvania. Lincoln is President, a horribly bloody Civil War has been raging, and M.B.
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John Reekie was an officer of the Saint Andrews Society, a Scottish relief organization in Washington D.C., as was Alexander and James Gardner and David Knox. Reekie died on April 6, of pneumonia and was buried in Glenwood Cemetery (Washington, D.C.).
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Prospect Hill Cemetery, also known as the German Cemetery, is a historic German-American cemetery founded in and located at North Capitol Street in Washington, D.C. From tothe Prospect Hill Cemetery board of directors battled a rival organization which illegally attempted to take title to the grounds and sell a portion of them as building on: Edgewood, Washington, D.C.
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In memoriam Ezekiel Gilbert Gear, D. priest of the Episcopal church and pioneer missionary of Christ in the United States ; a brief sketch of his ministry. ([Washington, D.C., ]), by Charles Mason Remey (page images at HathiTrust) In memoriam. Ezra Bartlett French.
(Washington city, D.C., The Globe, ) (page images at. A friend and a reader have since sent an article I’d overlooked from Febru revealing that upon Frederick’s death in Washington in Februaryhis children intended to “disinter” Anna, who was still buried in DC, now at Glenwood Cemetery (as Graceland Cemetery closed in July ), and move her to Rochester to rest alongside Frederick, and their youngest daughter, Annie.
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citing Tressel Cemetery, Mineral City, Tuscarawas County, Ohio, Burial: Tressel Cemetery, Mineral City. At Brookwood Cemetery in Woking, Surrey, England, an entire page of the cemetery website is devoted to its photography policy (in effect since ), the reasons for it including the justification for a fee charged for a permit to take photographs, and the need for additional permission if you wish to post a photo you’ve taken on the internet.
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Grant as a captain in the Union Army in the closing days Born: Robert Todd Lincoln, August 1,Springfield. New England Granite Works and Smith Granite Company were the two principal suppliers of Connecticut Civil War monuments which owned quarries. Contribution from the quarry at Stony Creek, Connecticut, was limited, so far as is known, to a portion of SOLDIER'S MONUMENT, Guilford, while the Waterford quarry simply does not appear in the record.
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Nancy married 1st Andrew Andy McGee. Their children were Lucretia & Robert McGee. Nancy married 2nd Emanuel Arnold; no children together. Her parents were Judge Abel Jr Pennington & Elizabeth Betsy Bolling. Nancy was widowed & living in Jackson Co KY in census. With her were grandsons Andrew Moore born Oct Diadamia was born 1 August at Buffalo Valley, Union Co., PA.
2 She was the daughter of William Pancoast and Vashti Cooper. She married Gladwin Chaffin, M.D. 27 May at Wayne Co., OH. 2 Diadamia died 26 April at Napoleon, Henry Co., OH, at age 3 Her body was interred after 26 April at Glenwood Cemetery, Napoleon, Henry Co.
The papers also include photocopies of George A. Smith's journals, written between andas well as an autobiographical sketch to the year Documents of three of George A. Smith's wives, including Bathsheba W. Bigler Smith, Susan West Smith. Funeral services were held at the Vickery Funeral Home in Troy on March 19 (calling hours pm, service at 2) with the Rev.
Mark Brower officiating and interment to be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. Memorial contributions may be directed to the Columbia Cross Roads United Methodist Church, RR 3, BoxTroy, PA Search results 1 - of Map of Erie County, Pennsylvania: from actual surveys General-content county map also showing rural buildings and householders' names; some borough insets also show real-property tracts, tract numbers, and landowners' names.
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