3 edition of Lieut. Francis Ware, deceased. found in the catalog.
Lieut. Francis Ware, deceased.
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According to the Book: “Monroe County, Georgia, A History” published by the Monroe County Historical Society, the following Revolutionary Soldiers are buried in Monroe County, Ga. GREEN, Thomas Buried in Liberty Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery at intersection of Johnstonville Road and Rt. The register is generally organized alphabetically by name of prison or hospital and then alphabetically by name of the deceased. What Information can I Find in these Records? The amount and type of information available for an individual will vary according to record types and forms. Each individual’s name has been indexed and is searchable.
Lieut. Thursby's death is mentioned in the "Third Jungle Book" issue No.8 date Sep , in the No.5 Troop Notes section, page - "The sudden passing of Lieut. Thursby was a great blow to the Troop we offer our sincerest condolences to his family on their great loss" Sources. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. United States War Department (United States. War Department) United States. War Department: The Admiralties: Operations of the 1st Cavalry Division, 29 February - 18 May (illustrated HTML at US Army CMH) United States. War Department: Anzio Beachhead (22 January May ) (illustrated HTML at Ibiblio) United States.
Andrew Fitchpatrick, Deed Book Augusta County, Measure from run on North River (marker) land sold Van to Kirk. From Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement of Virginia pg , ,. Francis Fitzpatrick, n.a. America p95 Passenger and Immigration Lists Index. February 26 Elizabeth Fitzpatrick married to Thomas Hord had son. Vestry Book of Saint Peter’s Parish. NEW KENT COUNTY, VA. * * * Jno. Perine & Mary his wife did lately run away & * * * ye custody of Jno. Barker two children, a boy and * order ye s’d Barker shall keep ye s’d children till they come of age and this Vestry do request ye Court that they will be .
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FRANCIS Pabodie or sometimes called PEABODY born about St. Albans Hertfordshire EN; died 19 Feb /8 Topsfield MA. He came on the ship PLANTER to New England in By he was one of the o View Lieut. Francis Peabody's genealogy profile; 9/19/ 1/12/ Follow. Jul 2, from Richard Lee, Esq, the Revd Isaac Campbell, Francis Ware, Josias Hawkins, and George Dent, Trustees residing in CC for the school to be erected for the Counties of St.
Mary's, Charles, and Prince Georges at a place called the Cool Springs in St. Mary's County, to be called by the name of Charlotte Hall, by virtue of an Act of. Full text of "Blake family records, to ; a chronological catalogue with notes, appendices, and the genealogies of many branches, of the Blake family, together with a brief account of the fourteen ancient families of tribes of the town of Galway, and a description of the corporate arms used Lieut.
Francis Ware that town at different periods; with an index to the records in the first part. Online Civil War Indexes, Records and RostersA Genealogy Guide General Civil War Records Websites. The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System indexes about million Civil War soldiers ; An alternate version of this database can be found at FamilySearch here: United States Civil War Soldiers Index Ancestry's Civil War Collection (requires payment) includes.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; deceased. book Toggle navigation. The most widely known book is the best-selling Australian novel The Breaker by Kit Denton, first published in and inspired by Denton's meeting and conversation with a Boer War veteran who had known Morant.
Wilcox suggested this book is a follow-on from Cutlack's book and helped establish the myth. (Wilcox, p. )Battles/wars: Second Boer War. Capt. Robert WARE ( ) was Alex’s 10th Grandfather; one of 2, in this generation of the Shaw line.
Robert Ware was born in in Glouchestershire, England. His parents were Robert WARE ( – ) and Jane WADE ( –). He came from his English home to the colony of Massachusetts Bay some time before.
N.J. CivilWar Record: Page NEW JERSEY VOLUNTEERS. Company A, Tenth Regiment. Carpenter who came to Massachusetts Bay in on the Christian. First settled in Windsor; moved to Springfield by /3, resided there 35 years until he was killed by the Indians in Oct 5 at Mill River.
Thomas Miller and Lt Cooper traveled to Mills River to talk to the Indians. Upon arrival at Mills River Burial: Springfield Cemetery, Springfield. 12 In A.D.the Government of Bombay received intelligence that a brig from the Mauritius had been seized, plundered, and broken up near Berberah, and that part of her crew had been barbarously murdered by the Somali.
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Mary Goodrick b. 13 Mar /74 Charles County, Maryland d. 31 Oct Charles County, Maryland - Probate: Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties.
Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia Volume I AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. (cont.) Page () Hemp certificates: Joseph Alexander, Ro. Kenny, Wm. Alexander, John Failey, Saml.
McDowell, Adam Reaburn. () James Blair, Jr., and David Erwin appointed surveyors of highway. Lennard, Henry Barrett, Brother of the above. Holy Orders; died at Fontainebleau Lennard, John Barrett, Brother of the above.
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Francis Co. PER HANK JOHNS MARRIAGES JOHNS JENNIE p age 16 m SPOUSE: JACKSON J. BOOK E & F MARRIAGES age 28 byM, F Francis died in Francis's widow had four children by Francis living at his death, and was pregnant with another. Samuel Haddox deposes, 10th August,in Clay County, Kentucky, in he moved to the land in dispute.
Francis's step-son was 10 or 11 years old at the time of Francis's death. The flank companies of the Seventy-first and seventy-sixth regiments joined the detachment under Lieut.-Colonel Stuart on the 20th of December, and on the following day the flank companies of the fifty-second, Seventy-first, seventy-second, and seventy-sixth, were selected for the attack upon Savendroog (in which a practicable breach had been.
March 10th. Ver-Planks-Point, 44 miles, West-Point, 14 Newburgh, Fishkill, 8 11th. Poughkeepsie, 14 Rhinbeek, 20 12th. Clermont, Kinderhook, 40 Schodach, Van Valtenburgs, 8 13th.
Albany, 12 Miles. We were conveyed to Poughkeepsie in a kind of covered cart: The West-Point hills lay in a long ridge behind us, stretching east and west. The country through which we passed, though comparatively. Francis Smith reached 73 years of age and died in Lake, Florida, USA, on J More facts and events for Francis Smith MacDonald: Cause of death: Acute Myocardial Infarction Son of Margaret Eleanor Adams and Francis Smith MacDonald: + 95 I.
Francis Richard MacDonald was born about He died in Simpsonville, FL, on Decem DESCENDANTS OF FRANCIS GRAVES OF GLOUCESTER CO. & ESSEX CO., VA. GENERATION 1. Francis Graves, Sr. (1) was born about in Virginia, and died about (before 5 Aug. The birth date of Francis was inferred from the belief that he was still a minor and described as "orphan of Capt.
Thomas Graves decd." in. Records of the Carruthers Family The Dormonts. CHAPTER VII DORMONT W ILLIAM CARRUTHERS, first of the Dormont family, was the third son of John Carruthers and Blanche Murray, his wife. He received from his father, ina charter of Corsopeland and later of Nether Dormont.The national intelligencer and Washington advertiser.
[volume] (Washington City [D.C.])ApImage 4, brought to you by Library of Congress, Washington, DC, and the National Digital Newspaper Program.In memoriam [electronic resource]: Henry Edward Baines, lieut. Royal Artillery, died October 27th,aged twenty-six years, at the General Hospital Convent, Quebec, from injuries received in the performance of his duty at the Great Fire of Quebec, October 14th,