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  1. (b) Messuage recently built by Col. Henry Charles Byrde, father of (2), a decayed messuage with a garden and several pieces of land in par. Goytrey, of about 3 acres, late in possession of Joseph Lewis under a lease of 1821 granted to William Williams. For 21 years at £4.4.0. p.a. (2) to rebuild (a) and (b) and maintain them.

  2. The Mississippi Plan used literacy and understanding tests to prevent African Americans from casting ba: Jim Crow Legislation: United States: Mississippi: 1801-1900: 1890: William Henry Lewis and William Tecumseh Sherman Jackson were the first known black players on a white college football team when they played at Amherst College in Massachusetts.

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  4. The papers of Booker Taliaferro Washington (1856-1915) span the years 1853-1946, with the bulk of the items concentrated in the period 1900-1915. The collection deals chiefly with the early history and administration of the Tuskegee Institute in Tuskegee, Alabama, which Washington founded in 1881, as well as his diverse interests in other fields and institutions such as the Rockefeller-funded ...

  5. Feb 28, 2009 · Families with Perry County, OHIO Roots / Descendants of William Henry Lewis By user February 28, 2009 at 06:58:10. Families with Perry County, OHIO Roots Descendants of William Henry Lewis Generation No. 1 1. WILLIAM HENRY1 LEWIS was born May 31, 1829 in Merthyr, Tydfil, Glamorgan, Wales, and died November 06, 1889 in Coal Twp ...

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  7. William Lewis and Andrew Donelson were members, as was Amos Kendall, who was named fourth auditor of the Treasury. FTP, identify this group, whose other members included John Eaton and the secretary of state, Martin Van Buren, which provided advice to President Jackson and has given its name to similar groups of informal advisors.