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  1. Dec 29, 2021 · These letters were written by 38 year-old George Washington Mechlin (1826-1896), an 1853 graduate of Jefferson College and an Old School Presbyterian Clergyman. George was pastor and principal of the Glade Run Academy before, during, and after the Civil War. A humble man, “Dr. Mechlin lived quietly & unostentatiously, but the influence he has ...

  2. 4 days ago · William Clark (1770–1838), American explorer and territorial governor famed for leading the Lewis and Clark expedition. Henry Clay (1777–1852), United States Secretary of State and Speaker of the House, he advocated for gradual emancipation but owned slaves until his death.

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  4. Jan 02, 2022 · The sad news of the death of William Prather, a first class private in the United States Marines, was conveyed in a telegram to William C. V. Prather,, the lad’s father, on last Friday afternoon. His death had occurred in Tien Tsin, China that same day and the news had come to the Great Lakes Naval Training Station by radiogram.

  5. Jan 01, 2022 · He saw service under Sir George Whitmore, and it was only a few days ago that he received his New Zealand war medal. A wife and two children remain to mourn his death + Alexander married Mary JONES in 1883 & had 2 sons, Henry William Alexander (1884-1922) & Charles Edward (1885-1918) • LEWIS, Ellen, 20 May 1892 aged 33 - Picton

  6. › ~speedo › genealogyDescendants of Robert Kay

    Jan 09, 2022 · On 5 Sep 1779, Robert Kay and his wife, Priscilla, transferred ownership of 117 1/2 acres in Dittengen Parish, Prince William County to William Calvert. This land sale is the first known record of Priscilla, Robert's wife.

  7. › ~coigach › genealogyMacKenzie of Achiltibuie

    Jan 02, 2022 · William died 23 June, 1901 as a Widower at Inverness, he married 12 June, 1850 at St. Bride's Church, Liverpool, to Isabella Morrison Ryrie from Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis. (97) Records with the Stornoway Historical Society record her as " Isabella Marion Ryrie, born in Stornoway 11 th July 1830, the youngest child of Lt. Phineas Ryrie ...