2 edition of George W. Hawes" Ohio state gazetteer and business directory, for 1859 and 1860. No. 1 found in the catalog.
George W. Hawes" Ohio state gazetteer and business directory, for 1859 and 1860. No. 1
George W Hawes
by G. W. Hawes in Cincinnati, O
|Other titles||Ohio state gazetteer and business directory|
|LC Classifications||F490.5 .H3 1859|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., [xi]-xxxii, 696 p.|
|Number of Pages||696|
|LC Control Number||10001792|
Michigan Gazetteer for , George W. Hawes, pg (published ) Michigan state gazetteer and business directory for /, embracing historical and descriptive sketches of all the cities, towns and villages throughout the state Ionia County. SHUMAKER, Nancy () m George MINNICH () CRH SILVERS, Doctor William () m Elizabeth SHANER () KeW SIMMONS, Aaron () m Rebecca O. MARQUIS () SEM.
Two entries for for JL Weatherly are put in the images section of this file, from this book: Ohio state gazetteer and business directory for Hawes, George W 2d. ed.: p. illus. Indianapolis, Notes for RUTH L. PERIT: Note that middle name may have the L standing for Lathrop, or, less likely, Leffingwell.- VES. Athens Lunatic Asylum Cemeteries Directory Cemetery Grave # M/F Name Born Died Patient # County Yr Admitted Comments 2 F Alberry Sophia * Gallia Admission Records are missing. Census shows her as 52, widowed, mother of 5, no trade, could read and write and a patient in the Asylum. Ohio Deaths shjows she died Jule 11 File Size: 2MB.
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George W. Hawes' Ohio state gazetteer and business directory, for and No. 1 by George W Hawes,G. Hawes edition, in EnglishPages: Ohio State Gazetteer and Business Directory for Title: Ohio State Gazetteer and Business Directory for Author: Hawes, George W.
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The Resource G.W. Hawes' Indiana state gazetteer and business directory for. Resource Information The item G.W. Hawes' Indiana state gazetteer and business directory for. represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana State Library.
Page vi ji I') %, Photographed by C. Purcell. GEORGE W. HAWES, PUBLISHER, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year eighteen hundred and sixty, by GEORGE W.
HAWES, In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southeri District of Ohio. Ohio State Gazetteer and Business Directory for.
"Isaac Painter, postmaster." (George W. Hawes, Illinois state gazetteer and business directory for and (Chicago: G. Hawes & Co., ), p. ) “Maggie Campbell, reminiscing in later years, has given a picture of Hardscrabble during the Civil War: [ ]. the number of sawmills listed in Hawes' Ohio gazetteer and directory for.
He found only mills, of which were powered by steam. (The. discrepancy between the sawmill count of and is probably due to the fact. that it cost money to be listed in the gazetteer.) The first Hawes' gazetteer was published in Attica is a city in Logan Township, Fountain County, Indiana, United States.
The population was 3, at the census. 5 Notable people. 7 External links. Attica was laid out by George Hollingsworth and platted by David Stump in The completion of the Wabash and Erie Canal through the town in brought a considerable amount of growth Area code: History, gazetteer, and directory of Northamptonshire comprising a general survey of the county, and a history of the diocese of Peterborough: with separate historical, statistical, and topographical descriptions of all the towns, parishes, townships, hundreds, and manors: to which is subjoined, a list of the seats of the nobility, clergy, & gentry /.
An earlier Gazetteer published in Louisville, was George W. Hawes's Kentucky State Gazetteer and Business Directory, for and It's pre-Civil War, and has detail on these four Bracken towns: Augusta: Bridgeville: Brooksville: Santa Fe.
ATHS, Inc. PO Box Elizabethtown, KY () Hawes, George W. Illinois State Gazetteer and Business Directory, for and Complete in One Volume. Complete in One Volume. Chicago: By the author, Ohio Ghost Towns and History Research Resources (county specific historical maps and books on individual county pages) W.
Reilly & Co.’s Ohio State Business Directory for George W. Hawes’ Ohio State Gazetteer and Business Directory for Ohio State Gazetteer and Business Directory forby George W.
Hawes (page images at MOA) Filed under: Ohio -- History. Ohio: First Fruits of the Ordinance of (Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Co., ), by Rufus King. page images at HathiTrust; page images at Ohio Memory.
Cairo (/ ˈ k ɛər oʊ / KAIR-oh) is the southernmost city in the U.S. state of Illinois, and is the county seat of Alexander County. Cairo is located at the confluence of the Ohio and Mississippi rivers. Fort Defiance, a Civil War camp, was built at the confluence in by Union General Ulysses S.
Grant to control strategic access to the river. Cairo has the lowest elevation of any County: Alexander. Valentine COLEMAN's son, Wilson S.
COLEMAN, married Maria Ann STRAUB, sister of George W. STRAUB, who married Elijah & Elizabeth CORBIN's daughter, Sarah E. other words, the COLEMANs and CORBINs are each other's in-laws. These are the only CORBINs in the county, which is extraordinary considering how many children they had.
Illinois State Gazetteer and Business Directory for and - Bureau County by George W. Hawes, Scripps, Bross & Spears, Printers, Daily Press Book and Job Office, Chicago IL September Village History.
Full text of "Michigan state gazetteer and business directory for." See other formats. (See adv)., Detroit, MI () Charles F. Clark's Annual Directory of City of Detroit; John J.
Bardwell, photographic and daguerreian, Jefferson av., Detroit, MI () Clark's Michigan State Gazetteer; J. Bardwell, photographic artist, Jefferson ave., Detroit, MI () Hawes' Michigan State Gazetteer and Business. Davis, George W., photographer, 13 1/2 W Bay, h 93 Julia, Jacksonville, FL () Webb's Jacksonville and Consolidated Directory of the Representative Cities of East and South Florida; George W.
Davis, photographer, 13 1/2 W Bay, Jacksonville, FL () Webb's Jacksonville Directory; George W. Davis, photographer, 13½ W Bay City, res same. Hawes, George W.
George Hawes’ Kentucky State Gazetteer and Business Directory for and Louisville, Ky.: George W. Hawes, Ries, Heinrich.
Chapter B of the Encyclopedia of. George W. Hawes’ Michigan State Gazetteer and Business Directory, Georgetown, Colorado Business Directory Glen V. Mills Directory of .New York businessman Moses H. Grinnell in introducing the Rev. Dr. Henry W. Bellows to the President in May 1 His First Congregational Church, located in Gramercy Park, included [in] its congregation some of New York's most prominent residents including Peter Cooper, Parke Godwin, and William Cullen Bryant.
Henry W. Bellows was a well." hour of his death. He aided in the organi 8,and died in January, rescued her from a watery grave. She remained^ died here in her ninetieth year, had.