Historical encyclopedia of Illinois (Volume 2)

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Historical encyclopedia of Illinois (Volume 2)

Historical encyclopedia of Illinois (Volume 2)

Källa : Internet Archive

Historical encyclopedia of Illinois (Volume 2)

Historical encyclopedia of Illinois (Volume 2)

Källa : Internet Archive

Resultat : ANDERSON

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Senator, 1898-1900- Lawrence Sherman, James A. Anderson and George M. Black.

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Daniel Bowen, Perry Keys and James Anderson. Cyrus Walker, who prosecuted the case, regretted, to the last, the part he

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Anderson Cannon, Henry Perry.

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Bristow, Daniel Duncan, Sylvester Ruddle, Preston Anderson, James Peak, Lewis Past, Lorenzo Twichell, S. Stewart.

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Thomas Mc Elraith, James Anderson, Logan Kyle, J. C. Roberts, James B. Kyle.

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refused by the gallant Major Robert Anderson. Fire was at once opened on the helpless defenders by the Confederate forces,

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Privates-Anderson. John E., Blackford. Isaac.

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Privates-Anderson. Elijah E., Hanks. George.

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Joseph Durr. R. L. Cochrane. James Anderson, William E, Withrow, L. Clisby, S. F. Lance, John Penrose: Clerk and Attorney,

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fill vacancy), Assessor and Collector. John L. Anderson, Supervisor, G. W. Smith, Weigher, Thomas Gilmore.

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Mrs. Patsey Naylor, Thomas Pickett, Elizabeth M. Anderson, Miss Ruth Wilson, Miss Jane Campbell, and Miss Mahala Camp, afterward Mrs.

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Reub Welker. 1. N. Pearson, James Anderson and others whose names are forgotten. Newt Pearson heat the bass drum, and

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Rezin Naylor, James Chandler, Jr., John Anderson, Thomas J. Smith, .Alexander Simpson and O. M. Hoagland. The first meeting was

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He is the son of Berry and Eliza (Marlow) Anderson, natives of Illinois, where the former was born in Kaskaskia

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ANDERSON, Richard Berry, who resides at No. 901 West Carroll Street, Macomb, was born in Perry

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organized at the home of Berry Anderson.

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1879, Mr. Anderson was married to Henrietta Bowman, who was born in Tennessee, where in girlhood

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and Mrs. Anderson have one child, Elma Veva, who is a graduate of the high school

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bought the property from a Mr. Anderson. The family came from Brookfield. Orange County, Vt., by wagon and team, sixty-four

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15, 1848, a son of Christopher and Hannah (Anderson) Davidson, both natives of Sweden. His paternal grandfather, David Davidson, and

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Mr. Solomon was married to Nancy Anderson, who was born in Jefferson County, Ohio, January 26, 1839. Five children resulted

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Mr. Sperry was married to Mary E. Anderson, who was born in Mound Township. The children resulting from this union

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27, 1849, a son of William and Catherine (Anderson) Thomas, natives of Virginia, where the father was born in 1807,

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His maternal grandfather was James Anderson, a Virginian. At the age of ten years Samuel Thomas began work at