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2 edition of Every-name index to A history of Cornwall, Connecticut, 1926, by Edward C. Starr found in the catalog.

Every-name index to A history of Cornwall, Connecticut, 1926, by Edward C. Starr

Mary Ananell Anderson

Every-name index to A history of Cornwall, Connecticut, 1926, by Edward C. Starr

by Mary Ananell Anderson

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Published by M.A. Anderson in Alexandria, VA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Cornwall (Conn.)
    • Subjects:
    • Starr, Edward C. 1844-1941. -- Indexes.,
    • Cornwall (Conn.) -- History -- Indexes.,
    • Cornwall (Conn.) -- Biography -- Indexes.,
    • Cornwall (Conn.) -- Genealogy -- Indexes.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementprepared for NSDAR library, Washington, DC ; by Mary Ananell Anderson.
      ContributionsDaughters of the American Revolution.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF104.C7 S833 1989
      The Physical Object
      Paginationi, 78 leaves ;
      Number of Pages78
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1323440M
      LC Control Number92200355

      These are the resources from which I gleaned the data for the BEERS Outline Descendant Tree (ODT).Some of these sources with a network address may be proprietary resources requiring membership for access, possibly after paying a fee. Millicent was born Aug at Tolland, then Windham County-now Tolland County, Conn. (Starr, Edward C., History of Cornwall, CT, (New Haven Conn. ). Millicent was granted a divorce from Uriah in February by the Superior Court of Lichfield County, .

      Harriet Ruggles Gold Boudinot (–) was notable as the wife of Cherokee Elias Boudinot (Buck Watie), who became a leader in the Cherokee Nation and editor of its newspaper The Cherokee Phoenix. Harriett was the youngest of fourteen children of Colonel Benjamin and Eleanor Gold of Cornwall, Connecticut; they were a prominent Congregationalist family of English descent.   E. C. Starr, History of Cornwall, has a resume of Beriah's life and he says: "Beriah Hotchkin or Hotchkiss, as the name is called in his native place, was born in Guilford, 27 March (OS), the son of a mechanic, whose five children were all attacked by "black canker" in one day; of these four soon died. A few months later at a sacramental.

      The names of these students were recorded in the nineteenth century by school officials and spelled phonetically in Edward C. Starr’s A History of Cornwall, Connecticut: A Typical New England Town (). To render these names into modern Hawaiian, the authors relied on the advice of Puakea Nogelmeier, Professor of Hawaiian Language. Nathaniel Barnes 11 Jan New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut - 10 Dec managed by Edward Ettel Matthew Barnes bef 15 Aug East Hampton, Long Island, NY - managed by Scott Marshall Walter Arthur Barnes 13 Jun Kempston, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom - 27 Apr managed by Samantha Thomson.


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