Genealogical and personal memoirs relating to the families of Boston and eastern Massachusetts

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Genealogical and personal memoirs relating to the families of Boston and eastern Massachusetts

Genealogical and personal memoirs relating to the families of Boston and eastern Massachusetts

Källa : Internet Archive

Genealogical and personal memoirs relating to the families of Boston and eastern Massachusetts

Genealogical and personal memoirs relating to the families of Boston and eastern Massachusetts

Källa : Internet Archive

Resultat : ANDERSON


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history of Mudge family). Children: Charles Anderson, Frances Maria, Josephine, married G-eorge H. Rich, one child, Maria E. Rich, John


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married Lucy Charlotte, daughter of John and Margaret (Bauer) Anderson. The parents of John Anderson were natives of Glasgow, Scotland,


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(Bauer) Anderson. The parents of John Anderson were natives of Glasgow, Scotland, from whence they came to America, settling in


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taken into the family of John Anderson, his unele, by whom he was brought up, educated and put to useful


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John Anderson, re f err red to above was born in Marblehead, April 12, 1812,


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was childless, but Mr. and Mrs. Anderson adopted a nephew, John Anderson Colby.


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1877: married November 9, 1897, Agatha Anderson, of Bridgton, Nova Scotia, children: i. James: ii. Elizabeth Marion, born July 26,


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Cloudman. His widow married second. Abraham Anderson, of Windham. Maine, she was for seven years a resident in the Gorham


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Halifax, Nova Scotia, daughter of James H. Anderson, a native of Scotland. She died July 21 f 1892. and he


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at Philadelphia. Pennsylvania. He married Lydia Anderson, born March 17, 1833, in Halifax, Nova Scotia, daughter of James H. Anderson,


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1854, married, February 2, 1883, Jennie Anderson, of Cambridge, Massachusetts, "chil-dren: i. Constance, ii. Mabel Alice, married Ray Van Norman.


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celebrated actress, known as the Mary Anderson of the London stage, and one of the most famous actresses of that


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5th line from top, for John Anderson read John Mitchell Ar.dei son.