3 edition of Words of consolation to Mr. Robert Stetson & Mrs. Mary Stetson, his wife found in the catalog.
Words of consolation to Mr. Robert Stetson & Mrs. Mary Stetson, his wife
|Other titles||When the famous patriarch, Abraham of old., You mournful poets once more dip your quill.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 39689.|
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|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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Robert Stetson & Mrs. Mary Stetson, his wife, on the death of their son Isaac Stetson, who perished in the mighty waters, November 7th. Book January with 38 Reads How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title.
Jack Warga passed away unexpectedly on J in Boynton Beach, Florida. Despite his almost 89 years of age, Jack was in remarkable physical and mental shape, full of Author: Boris Mordukhovich. Burch, Edwin W. (Edwin Welch), A Burch Book: Comprising a General Study of the Burch Ancestry in America, and a Specific Record of the Descendants of Jonathan Burtch of the Sixth Generation, and His Good Wife Sally Hosford; To Which has been Added a Department of Other Burch Families (Council Bluffs, IA: Monarch Printing Co., c Besides his parents, brothers and sister he is survived by his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Wesley Sanislow and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stanley of Louisville, Ky. Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Thursday,pp. Frances Lydia Cooke Stansfield Frances (“Penny”) Cooke Stansfield died May 4[, ,] in Detroit of cancer.
Dousay was born in Nome, TX and had lived most of his life in Lake Charles and also in Houston, TX. He was a graduate of Marion High School. Dousay served his country in the U.S.
Naval Reserve. He was the owner and operator of a water well drilling business. Dousay was a member of Glad Tidings Assembly of God.
Rev. Brandt was 54 years of age, having been born in Denmark in instead of in as was inadvertently stated in the Daily News. (Note: This was re-written by Cleo Brandt, wife of his nephew, Harry E.
Brandt, from the news article that appeared in the paper) More About HENDRICK (REV. HENRY) BRANDT. Full text of "Stetson kindred of America (inc.)" See other formats.
Died, on the 29th day of August, Mrs. Mary J. Fife, wife of Warren Fife, in the 25th year of her age. The deceased was an affectionate wife and mother, leaving four children to mourn her departure.
She was a member of the Freewill Baptist Church. Funeral services by Rev. Poston. The Gallipolis Journal Septem Transcribed by Eva Swain. Full text of "The descendants of William White of Haverhill, Mass" See other formats. He was born Sept. 8,at Chautauqua, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Myers, and had resided in that community all his life.
His wife, the former Janie Leniton died in He was also preceded in death by a son Arrol, who was killed in action during World War II. He was one of Dare County's most interesting citizens.
For many years he was superintendent of the Pea Island game preserve, retiring several years ago when nearly 50 years of age and married for the first time. Prior to her marriage to Mr. Etheridge, his first wife was Mrs. Frances Ward who died about six years ago.
Special Guest Star Greg Evigan (as Will). Guest Stars Pamela Susan Shoop (as Nancy), Bruce French (as Mr. Mitchell), Hoke Howell (as Stetson). Co-starring Ann Nelson (as Mrs. Berg).
14 "Star Quality" Robert Scheerer: Scott Brody: Janu () Leroy is at risk of being failed out of school when he doesn't turn in his report. Obituary - Mrs. MARY E., wife of Leonard FRANKS of Ellsworth, passed to her home beyond the tide, Feb.
11, age 77 years, 6 months. For 51 years she shared with her husband the joys and sorrows of married life. 34 years ago she professed faith in the World's Redeemer. Her last sickness was long and lingering.
He is survived by his wife, Pearl Lee Whing, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Whing Sr.; three daughters, Dannie Davis of Lancing, N.J., Marsha Whing of St. Simons; two sisters, Constance Jackson of St. Simons and Mary Hines of Brunswick and two grandchildren.
Gideon Viars, of Addison township, a fine old citizen and Ex-soldier of the Union army, died Wednesday, aged He is survived by his wife Mrs. Betsey Jane Bing Viars, and two sons Melville and Williams both at home and one sister and one sister Mrs. James Robertson, formerly of Kanuaga now of Virginia.
Florida Obituaries. Middletown (NY) Daily Argus 07/23/ Jasper N. Higginbotham () FL. Killed by a Desperate Negro. Callahan, Fla., July Jasper N. Higginbotham, one of the best known men in this county, was killed here yesterday at Dyal's Station by George Seymour, a notorious negro character.
His family is composed of himself, wife, her son Henry PARKS, aged 21 years, by her first husband, and a girl, 18 years of age, named Mary E., he had adopted from the Cortland County Alms House, four years ago, since his marriage with his present wife.Mr.
and Mrs. Walker left here several months ago to locate at Flint where Mr. Walker was engaged in the real estate and brokerage business and had established the foundation of a successful business when death overtook him.
Besides his wife, Mr. Walker is survived by a brother and a sister. It is not known when the remains will reach here.Olive F. Stetson 10/11/ HARPSWELL - Olive F. Stetson, 96, of Bailey Island, died Wednesday, Oct. 6,at her home, Tip Top, where she had lived for 40 years.
She was born in Topsham, Jan. 31,a daughter of James and Clara Bartlett Colby. Her grandfather was Topsham's last Civil War veteran.