The History Of Newport New Hampshire

Author: Edmund Wheeler
Publisher: Arkose Press
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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.

Genealogical And Family History Of The State Of New Hampshire

Author: Ezra S. Stearns
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Soon after his widow and her children settled in Newport, New' Hampshire. He
was married May 21, 1760, to Anne Wheeler. Their children were: Jonathan,
Josiah, Joel, Sarah. Peter. Jesse, Lucy, Chloe and Anna. The migration of the
family to Newport occurred in 1779. (V) Peter, fourth son and sixth child of
Jonathan (2) and Anne (Wheeler) Wakefield, was born probably at Sutton,
Massachusetts, about 1767. He came to Newport, New Hampshire, and lived
many years in the west ...

Genealogical And Family History Of The State Of New Hampshire

Author: E.S. Stearns
Publisher: Рипол Классик
ISBN: 5876846678
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After remaining one year in New Hampshire she removed with seven of her
children to Iowa and took up her home on a farm in Fairfield, where she lived the
remainder of her life, dying in 1865, and was buried in Otturnwa. Her son Edward
now resides on a farm in Ottumwa. One of the daughters, Julia Cleary, resides in
Kansas. One of the sons, Timothy, remained in Newport. New Hampshire, and
reared a family. Two of his sons are now conducting a large wholesale dry goods
house ...

Hero Strong And Other Stories

Author: Mary Gibson
Publisher: Univ. of Tennessee Press
ISBN: 1621900517
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For example, the federal census of 1870 lists her state of birth as New Hampshire
, while that for 1880 lists it as Vermont (for full census citations, see note 69,
below). Also, a local history of Newport, New Hampshire, a town about fifteen
miles east of the Vermont border, identifies Newport as the birthplace of “most” of
Willard Gibson's children (Edmund Wheeler, The History of Newport, New
Hampshire, from 1766 to 1878 [Concord, N.H.: Republican Press Association,
1879], 137).

Toward A Social History Of The American Civil War

Author: Maris Vinovskis
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521395595
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... “Troy, Michigan, in the Civil War Draft,” seniors honors thesis, University of
Michigan, 1981. By combining data from town records, newspapers, letters, and
histories with data from quantitative sources such as military and census records,
I have tried to provide a larger picture of the Civil War community experience than
has previously been given. 3 Claremont and Newport background information is
from Otis F. R. Waite, History of the Town of Claremont, New Hampshire, for a
Period ...

African American Historic Burial Grounds And Gravesites Of New England

Author: Glenn A. Knoblock
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 1476620423
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New York: Oxford University Press, 2008. Weston, Thomas. History of the Town of
Middleboro, Massachusetts, vol. 1. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1906. Wheeler,
Edmund. The History of Newport, New Hampshire from 1766 to 1878. Concord,
NH: Republican Press, 1879. Wheeler, Kathleen, and Alexandra Chan. “
Recovery of Human Osteological Remains at the Amherst Public Cemetery.”
Portsmouth, NH: Independent Archaeological Consulting, 2005. Wheeler,
Kathleen, with Marcella ...

Love Of Freedom

Author: Catherine Adams
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780199779833
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Mark J. Sammons and Valerie Cunningham, Black Portsmouth: Three Centuries
of AfricanAmerican Heritage (Durham: University of New Hampshire Press, 2004)
, 105–6; Erik R. Tuveson, “'A People of Color': A Study of Race and Racial
Identification in New Hampshire, 1750–1825,” MA thesis, University of New
Hampshire, 1995, no page. 22. Kaplan and Kaplan, The Black Presence, 261–63
; Edmund Wheeler, The History of Newport, New Hampshire: From 1766 to 1878
(Concord, ...

My Brave Boys

Author: Mike Pride
Publisher: UPNE
ISBN: 9781584652816
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Lyford, History, pp. 1182-83. p. 30, For many in New Hampshire: National Eagle,
Aug. 8, 1861. Northern Advocate, Aug. 6, 1861. Waite, Claremont War History, pp
. 59-61. People's Journal, Oct. 11, 1861. P. 31, Edward Sturtevant tapped: New
Hampshire Patriot, Sept. 25, 1861. p. 31, The Fifth was recruited: Boylston,
Amherst, p. 5. Farmer's Cabinet, Sept. 20, 1861. P. 32, Ira Barton was a captain:
Edward Wheeler, The History of Newport, New Hampshire, from 1766 to 1878, pp
. 191 ...

Historical New Hampshire

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Ann Tenney, Harold Perkins, and Mary Lou McGuire of Newport; Barbara Kresse
of Croydon; Eleanor Watts of Dunbarton; Jack Noon of Sutton; and Mary
Cogswell of Warner generously shared information on blacks in their towns as
research progressed. 4. Edmund Wheeler, History of Newport, New Hampshire,
From 1766 to 1878, With a Genealogical Register (Concord, N.H.: Republican
Press Association, 1879), 252. Wheeler refers to him as Vance Coit; however he
was listed ...

Hidden History Of New Hampshire

Author: D. Quincy Whitney
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1625843909
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In the late 1880s, a certain restlessness took Austin Corbin II far from his native
Newport, New Hampshire, to Davenport, Iowa, where he was a successful lawyer
and the banker who obtained the first federal bank charter issued in the country.
After he had amassed a fortune worth several millions as a railroad magnate and
president of Long Island, Reading and Pennsylvania Railroads, Corbin
eventually returned home to build a summer residence in Newport. In 1888,
Corbin bought ...