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List of letters remaining in the post office, Chicago and vicinity, January 1834-July 1836.

List of letters remaining in the post office, Chicago and vicinity, January 1834-July 1836.

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Published by Chicago Genealogical Society in Chicago, Ill .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Chicago Region (Ill.),
  • Chicago (Ill.),
  • Illinois,
  • Chicago,
  • Chicago Region
    • Subjects:
    • Postal service -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Unclaimed mail.,
    • Postal service -- Illinois -- Chicago Region -- Unclaimed mail.,
    • Chicago Region (Ill.) -- Genealogy.,
    • Chicago (Ill.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title.

      Other titlesLetters remaining in the post office, Chicago and vicinity, January 1834-July 1836.
      ContributionsChicago Genealogical Society.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF548.25 .L57 1970
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 100 p. ;
      Number of Pages100
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3879042M
      LC Control Number81204236

      Full text of "Genealogy of the Brumbach families, including those using the following variations of the original name, Brumbaugh, Brumbach, Brumback, Brombaugh, Brownback, and many other connected families" See other formats. Like this British consul, 27 “Malta: Extracts from Letters o f Mr. Goodell,” The M issionary H erald (January ): 28 The M issionary H erald (June ): 29 Fifteenth Annual Report o f the American Board o f Commissioners fo r Foreign M issions (Boston: Crocker & Brewster, ),

      graham robb. the discovery of. france. picador for margaret contents list of illustrations maps itinerary. part one 1. the u ndiscovered c ontinent 2. the tribes of france, i 3. the tribes of france, ii 4. o o`c s bai ya win oui oyi aw jo ja oua 5. living in france, i: the face in the museum 6. living in france, ii: a simple life 7. fairies, virgins, gods and priests migrants and c. The next three Postmasters were Archibald W. Cearnal (Febru ), William B. Armstrong (Decem ), and John T. Eubank (Janu ) 26 The log cabin which served as the.

      It was entered in the book 31 January /17, which is the convention that is commonly used when we wish to express the date in both old (Julian) and new (Gregorian) terms (although this does not account for the 11 days added to Gregorian calendar in when England switched)*.This book of early deeds in Hunterdon County ends at. * same as from Jan. 1 to Sept. 2. From Sept. 14 to Dec. 31 same as (Sept. were omitted). This Calendar is from Whitdker's London Almanack, with some revisions. CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR MOHAMMEDAN CALENDAR MOHAMMEDAN YEAR, MONTH AND NAME. Gregorian date of beginning. Dur- tit'n. da i/s.


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List of letters remaining in the post office, Chicago and vicinity, January 1834-July 1836 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. List of letters remaining in the post office, Chicago and vicinity, January July [Chicago Genealogical Society.;]. Chicago Genealogical Society, The. List of Letters Remaining in the Post Office Chicago and Vicinity January July Chicago, ___.

Vital Records from the Chicago Newspapers Chicago, Chicago in Periodic Literature, A Summary of Articles. Meyers, Leo W. (J J ) also listed as Myers [by Andreas], Myer [on A.

Hubbard`s list]; son of Mathias Nathaniel and Dorothy Blondine A. Meyers; born at Fort Dearborn on J ; grew up in Chicago, and married Helen/Nettie Evans (); the couple had four daughters: Nellie/Helen (c), Lydia ( () Lydia, J ; J () Henry T., J () Thomas Elwood, Ma Lydia Thornburgh and Thomas Ellis were married in Tennessee, Novem They moved to Ohio aboutsoon moving to Indiana and settling on a farm near Greenfork, Wayne county, where they reared their children.

They were Quakers. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Arrived at Detroit yesterday at ½ past 5—went to post office and saw Mrs Norvill—who stated there were 5 or 6 cases of colera daily I learnt afterwards the average rate of deaths daily of that disease were 4.

Here Gregory left us. Recd l[etter]s from Mrs Relf & Nichols. Started at. J July 19th Timothy C. Skeele Danville Vt Mary J. Senter Meredith N.H. Sally G. Senter Do Martin Lunt Philadelphia Mary S. Lunt Portsmouth Elizabeth S. Lunt “ Ann S. Jones “ July The following party ascended Red Hill on this day.

The weather was beautiful and the. My People: The Works of Ammi Phillips - by David R. Allaway. July 3 February 1 July 9 November 6 July 4 June 13 June 5.

Full text of "The Chicago daily news almanac and political register for." See other formats. An issue for Dec. 22, is mentioned by Bleyer, Willard Grosvenor, in his Main currents in the history of American journalism, p.

See Bleyer, pp.for interesting description of this paper. It probably did not last long after the end of the year It is listed in New York City Directory,but not after. "Stock book of the Louisville, Cincinnati & Charleston Railroad Company" by Charles D.

McGuffey,University of Cincinnati Libraries/Winkler Center "Strictures on Volney's 'View of the Soil and Climate of the United States. FULTON COUNTY INDIANA. OBITUARIES. Rochester Sentinel Rochester, Indiana This book cannot be reproduced without the express permission of Jean C.

and/or Wendell C. Tombaugh, their heirs or assigns. Mrs. Phillips was born in Harrisburg, Pa., Januthe daughter of Jacob and Sarah BROWN. The last Will and Testament of John Spence is duly recorded in Book of Wills in the Registers office. Troup County Georgia in Book of Wills in pa 18 and 19 May 14th Henry Perkins CCO.

March 25th: John's Passing On this date, and also, ironically, on his son George’s birthday of all days, John Spence died in Troup County. This book was written and bound by Deborah Ferris Bringhurst and details the lives of her parents Ziba Ferris () and Edith Sharpless Ferris ().

The book also contains letters from Sally Norris Dickinson and Maria Logan, as well as an account of (father) Ziba Ferris's near drowning and resuscitation as a boy. To this "Express" we have a reference in a post-office advertisement to be seen in a Quebec Gazette of "A mail for the Upper Countries, comprehending Niagara and Detroit, will be closed," it says, "at this office, on Monday, the 30th inst., at 4 o'clock in the evening, to be forwarded from Montreal by the annual winter Express, on.

After a short recess Letters of Salutation were read from The Congregational Union of Canada, and The Presbyterian and Congregational Convention of Wisconsin.

All Post-office addresses are to be found in the Index of Ministers, and not in the tables. July 31 Lewis F. ClarkJune 1June 1 73 24 0 1 1 2 1 0. 3 0 4. He wasthere from 23 December through 4 Januaryand 20 through 22 January In his Diary entry for 24 December he recorded: Took a long walk on the North side: after ascending some rocks there is a great level plain, which extends in every direction but is divided by vallies.

Born in Logan County, Kentucky on Janu Penned a book called, "Under the Black Flag' in in which he claimed to have joined up with Quantrill as well as claiming to have been at Independence and Lawrence. Died on April 3, in Memphis, TN at the age of "He fought for the Confederacy and with Quantrill's Raiders.

Full text of "The New England historical and genealogical register" See other formats. The story of the Telegraph through is told in articles in the issues of August 2,and January 18 An interesting proposal of the Borden firm, listing their charges for various kinds of government printing, made on the opening days of the First Congress, is given in the House Journal of the First Congress, Houston.

1 Originally prepared as an address before the American Library Association, at its meeting on Mackinac Island, September 8,and in that form published in The Library Journal, Dec., As given in the present volume, it has been somewhat modified, to suit the different conditions of publication.

In the preparation of the paper, I have consulted, among others, the following authorities.Full text of "Papers read before the Society and other historical papers" Papers read before the Society and other historical papers".Full text of "A family history comprising the surnames of Gade--Gadie--Gaudie--Gawdie--Gawdy--Gowdy--Goudey--Gowdey--Gauden--Gaudern--and the variant forms, from A.

D. to A. D. Compiled from authentic public and private records. embracing a compendium of family history, genealogy and biography covering a period of eight hundred years.