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Descendants of Samuel Lewis and Mary Miller in the 19th and 20th centuries

Ruth L. Lepper

Descendants of Samuel Lewis and Mary Miller in the 19th and 20th centuries

and their ancestral connections in early New Jersey and Pennsylvania, including the related families of Chandler, Lindsey, Ray and Chrisman

by Ruth L. Lepper

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Published by R. Lepper, E. Lewis in Asland, IL (2848 Lepper Rd., Ashland 62612-8035), Chicago (10506 S. Ridgway Ave., Chicago 60655-3813) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Illinois
    • Subjects:
    • Lewis family.,
    • Lewis, Samuel, 1782-1869 -- Family.,
    • Illinois -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Ruth (Lewis) Lepper and Elizabeth (Watts) Lewis.
      GenreGenealogy.
      ContributionsLewis, Elizabeth, 1941-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.L675 2004
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 558 p. :
      Number of Pages558
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3312582M
      LC Control Number2004092499

      Paraguay in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Barret, William Edmund, Woman on Horseback: the Biography of Francisco Lopez and Eliza Lynch (; F.A. Stokes) Brodksy, Alvin, Madame Lynch and Friend: The True Account of an Irish Adventuress and the Dictator of Paraguay Who Destroyed That American Nation (; Littlehampton Book Services Ltd). Samuel Miller was born in York County, Pennsylvania, about ; he later settled in Rockingham County, Virginia in Descendants lived in Ohio, Virginia and elsewhere. Includes the Miller, Welty, Weldy, Beery, Keller, Konkle and other related families. Also available on microfilm and digital images.

      These May Informe All Persons that May be Concerned the Samuel LEWIS was Married to Susanah JONES, 29 Sep , By me Samuel HALE. Somerset County Historical Quarterly Vol VI: THE LEWIS FAMILY OF SOMERSET BY HOWARD S. F. RANDOLPH, NEW YORK CITY This person was created through the import of Lewisged on 09 May   Seth W. Parshley, son of Samuel & Elisabeth Parshley born at Dover/Barrington, NH and died Janu on Nobel Farm Derry NH, due to injuries from a us to his locating in Derry, NH he resided in Boston, MA where he owned an oyster house. There is was that he “met and played [checkers] with the best talent in America, among whom were .

      Historical Person Search Search Search Results Results Colonel Samuel Lewis ( - ) Try FREE for 14 days Try FREE for 14 days How do we create a person’s profile? We collect and match historical records that Ancestry users have contributed to their family trees to create each person’s profile. Renown numismatist of the 19thth centuries, he was a collector and a dealer. He was the treasurer of Mason & Co., mining companies located at Walnut Street, Philadelphia. Haseltine was and his family were invested in mining operations in Colorado, in the Pioneer Mining Company, and the American Exploring Company.


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Descendants of Samuel Lewis and Mary Miller in the 19th and 20th centuries by Ruth L. Lepper Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Descendants of Samuel Lewis and Mary Miller in the 19th and 20th centuries: and their ancestral connections in early New Jersey and Pennsylvania, including the related families of Chandler, Lindsey, Ray and Chrisman.

[Ruth L Lepper; Elizabeth Lewis] -- Samuel Lewis was born in New Jersey in His parents were Samuel Lewis and Lydia Squier.

Mary Edmonia Lewis, "Wildfire" (c. July 4, – Septem ), was a Black American sculptor, of mixed African-American and Native American free in Upstate New York, she worked for most of her career in Rome, was the first Black American sculptor to achieve national and then international prominence.

She began to gain prominence in the United States during the Education: New-York Central College, Oberlin. Genealogy profile for Mary Lewis Mary Lewis (Miller) ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Mary Lewis (Miller) ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of. The Genealogy of the Descendants of Samuel Smith, Sr., and Elizabeth (McCleave) Smith John Peery Miller Aldine Publishing House, - Smith family - pages.

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From church records, Farmington: "Mary Lewis, wife of Samuel," joined church by letter Ap From Private Controversies, in State Library, Hartford, say "Samuel Lewis, of Farmington." His w. Mary and s. Samuel say he is "bereft of reason," and they petition for leave to Children: Ezekiel Lewis, Nathan Lewis, Mercy Lewis, Nehemiah Lewis, Mary Andrews.

An 8 generation genealogy register beginning with John Lewis and Lydia of 17th cent. New Kent Co., VA, and ending with Mary Chiswell Lewis and John Peyton of 19th cent. Gloucester Co., VA.

Descendants of Major John Lewis. Genealogy Report (Mod Reg forHTML) Generation One. 1 Lewis; b. circa in Llantilio Pertholey Parish, Monmouthshire, Wales; m. Johane Lewis, daughter of William Lewis The Elder of Ysgyrd Parish and Elizabeth Proger of Wern ddu, Feb 3, in St. Teilo's, Monmouthshire, Wales; d.

in VA. He was also known as Prichard. Mary Elizabeth Miller died inpresumably in Montgomery County, Ohio. She was about 64 years old. She was about 64 years old. Jacob remarried on February 2,to Barbara Lybrook, who is believed to be the much elder sister of Philip Lybrook, who in turn was Jacob's son-in-law by marriage to Jacob's daughter Anna.

Samuel Mather’s grandson, Samuel Livingston Mather, inherited some of his family’s wealth and founded Pickands Mather and Company along with James Pickands in the late s. This page is a gateway to posted updates to my book on the Rockwells of Fairfield County, published in the summer of The first printing of 50 copies sold out, and the addition of new finds led to a revised printing in November ofand a third edition was printed in the fall of Journalism, the collection, preparation, and distribution of news and related commentary and features through such print and electronic media as newspapers, magazines, books, blogs, webcasts, podcasts, social networking and social media sites, and e-mail as well as.

Browse the Miller Surname Family Genealogy This section makes it possible to view all the biographies currently available for the Miller family surname.

Please keep in mind that this is a list of only the primary biography surnames. Mary 10 NC, at home Samuel 12 NC, at home The next family, #, the residents and owners of Tranquility: George Daniel 31 NC farmer Fannie C. 22 VA Fannie C. 2 VA Anne Daniel 65 NC I simply cannot find son Nathaniel Beverly Daniel, b.

anywhere in the census. Page 28 - Captain Lewis was soon after appointed governor of Louisiana, and captain Clarke a general of its militia, and agent of the United States for Indian affairs in ment.

A considerable time intervened before the governor's arrival at St. Louis. He found the territory distracted by feuds and contentions among the officers of the government, and the people themselves divided by Reviews: 1.

Lewis Latimer. Lewis Howard Latimer was born in Chelsea, Massachusetts, in He enlisted in the Union Navy at the age of 15, and upon completion of his military service he returned to Massachusetts and was employed by a patent solicitor where he began the study of drafting.

Abel Lewis, Jr. Mary "Sallie" Lewis b. Thomas Robinson, Jr. Abel apparently died early in his marriage. According to family tradition, his daughter Mary Robinson had no recollection of him, but did fondly remember her stepfather, a Jesse Berry.

Lewis Latimer rose from humble beginnings with little education to play a major role in the development of two products that had massive impacts on the lives of Americans: the light bulb and the telephone.

The fact that he was a Black American born in the 19th century made his many successes even more impressive. NERIAH FREDERICK5 LEWIS (DAVID4, JOHN3, DAVID2, JOHN1) was born J in Guilford County, North Carolina, and died Novem in Macoupin County, married MARY MOSS Unknown in Unknown, daughter of SAMUEL MOSS and RACHEL was born Unknown in Unknown, and died Unknown in Unknown.

The first two (Bridget and Mary Ann) died before the family left Ireland and the 3rd daughter (Mary) died during the voyage to Australia on 17th Aug and was buried at Sea.

Aug. The Mayflower Society, an association for those with proven Mayflower descent, lists 51 possible Mayflower gh there are only approximately 25 individual male lines of descent from the Mayflower this list includes all passengers with known descendants, even those in the same family.

A proven direct line back to one of these individuals will allow you access to the society. Joe and Guin Miller Joe Miller ( — ) was an American mystic best known for his Thursday Morning Walks in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park with his wife Guin during the s and s.

Joe was widely respected for his spiritual clarity and Dr. Evans-Wentz, the original translator of the Tibetan Book of the.Afro-Caribbean or African Caribbean are Caribbean people who trace their full or partial ancestry to Sub-Saharan majority of the modern Afro-Caribbeans descend from slaves taken to colonial Caribbean via the trans-Atlantic slave trade between the 15th and 19th centuries to work primarily on various sugar plantations and in domestic households.