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 Cooke & Early New England
In 1739 Daniel Williams (Sr) bought a large piece of land on the west side of Mill River at this place, with house, barn, orchards, fences, etc. Between that time and 1747 this saw-mill was erected.
In 1739 Daniel Williams bought a large piece of land on the west side of Mill River at this place, with house, barn, orchards, fences, etc. Between that time and 1747 this saw-mill was errected.
In Chaffin's History, he refers to Daniel William's purchase of land in about 1739, the ensuing operation of a saw mill and later in 1751 or so, as a member of the above furnace operation with John Williams.
www.mayflowerfamilies.com /cooke/d45.htm

The older Taylors moved to a home in Liberty Mills, and the younger family moved into a 5 room, story and a half, bungalow style house which was enlarged that year with a two story addition providing four more rooms and a partial basement for root storage.
The Mill that Joseph Harter,Sr., erected in 1839 was succeeded by a better mill in 1843, and he operated this mill until 1851 when he retired and turned it to his sons, Jacob and Joseph H. Harter....The Harters sold the mill in 1864 to Peter King.
At the sugar camp when the younger Taylors were giving their dad a break a wider variety of card games were only interrupted to stoke the fire and skim off the foam and pump up sap from the cistern.
www.mcs.k12.in.us /histsoc/nov98.htm

 Island Summers on Barters Island, Part I
The mill, a combination of sawmill and gristmill, hummed and buzzed night and day, and the mill-er living in a little house overlooking the lower mill pond was a busy man. [Henry's mill actually operated in the mid-1840s.] A whole village of fish-houses connected with the wharves.
Benning first deeded the place in 1817 to Daniel Mat-thews in exchange for Daniel's caring for the couple, but Daniel reneged and the property went back to Benning, as the story implied.
Henry Abbott Barter decided to take Dannin up on his offer "to deed the place, lock, stock, and barrel, to anyone who would live with them and take care of him and his wife for the remainder of his days." Henry's brothers' wives Har-riet (Mrs.
boothbayregister.maine.com /2002-11-07/our_past.html   (914 words)

 ANNE C. DAILEY, Holmes And The Romantic Mind, 48 Duke L. J. 429 (1998)
In a letter he wrote to John Stuart Mill in 1851, Bain remarked that "[t]here is nothing I wish more than so to unite psychology and physiology that physiologists may be made to appreciate the true ends and drift of their researches into the nervous system."
Holmes was especially interested in the commentary generated by Sir William Hamilton's critique of associationist psychology and John Stuart Mill's famous reply.
On one of his last evenings in London, he had dinner with John Stuart Mill, "with whom was Mr.
www.law.duke.edu /journals/dlj/articles/DLJ48P429.HTM   (914 words)

 Band, Landmark Christian School
Daniel served as Assistant Band Director for East Coweta High School and as Band Director for Armuchee High School and Starrs Mill High School.
Daniel is also the head Golf Coach at Landmark, teaches private lessons, and performs professionally on the trumpet.
Tony Daniel serves as the Band Director for Landmark Christian School.
www.landmarkchristianschool.org /band/director.html   (108 words)

 Warren Chapter 13
Corbett, Daniel, 350 acres, 1 saw- mill, 2 yokes oxen, 2 horses, 1 cow.
Jackson, Daniel, 130 acres land, 2 cows, 1 horse, 2 oxen, 2 inlots in Warren, 1 saw- mill.
Corbett, Daniel, 250 acres land, 1 horse, 1 cow, 1 inlot in Warren.
www.accessible.com /amcnty/PA/Warren/Warren13.htm   (4758 words)

 Warren Chapter 40
The little saw-mill which Daniel Corbett had built on his farm had nearly gone to decay, and there was no other in town except the one then in process of construction by Luther Mather, at the falls, in what is now the borough.
Daniel Mather and M.F.C. Fitch each donated lands for a public square on the west side of the creek, and Dr. Fitch surveyed and plotted that portion of the borough.
Daniel Call settled previous to 1800 on a farm about two miles northwest from what is now the borough of Columbus, the place being still recognized as Call Hill.
www.accessible.com /amcnty/PA/Warren/Warren40.htm   (4450 words)

 Besse's World 1910
The grist mill had been owned by Grandpa Daniel most of his life, and gets its power from the mill race coming in under Uncle Pierce’s house from Elk Creek.
Daniel died over 20 years ago, but Grandma Lydia still enjoys rocking on the porch, wearing her little starched white bonnet to protect her from the breezes.
Besse and Ward live with their daughter, Lucille, in Grandpa Daniels house.
www.lancastercountymarket.com /beswor19.html   (4450 words)

 Grand River Sachem, Caledonia Ontario - Columnists
I have no information locally that Daniel McQuarrie, an original partner in the Old Mill ownership and other endeavours and the McKinnons came from the same area.
A partner with Ranald on his northside mill in 1865, McQuarrie dissolved the partnership and moved in 1869 to the southside mill in partnership with James Thorburn, a relative through his marriage to Margaret Thorburn.
In 1850, Ranald invited his nephew 20 year old Daniel McQuarrie to his new town, Caledonia.
www.sachem.on.ca /Columnists/Barb/BarbAug10.html   (4450 words)

 Utah History Encyclopedia
Daniel Cowan Jackling was founder of the Utah Copper Company and is credited with pioneering and developing the method of processing of low-grade porphyry copper ores.
One of Jackling's first responsibilities was to oversee the construction of a mill at Copperton, which was used to demonstrate the validity of his copper-mining theories, and later he directed the building of the Magna concentrator, which was begun early in 1906.
In 1896 he moved to Mercur, Utah, where he became construction and metallurgical superintendent of the Golden Gate mill, which was owned and operated by Joseph R.
www.media.utah.edu /UHE/j/JACKLING,DANIEL.html   (570 words)

 Cornell Military Publications- Sharps Rifle Company- 1857 Lawsuit
Here, in 1845 he made his first rifle at the Daniel Nippes rifle factory of Mill Creek, and also met his future wife, Sarah Chadwick, who lived next door to the factory.
Little is known of his early life but he is known to have apprenticed as a machinist in the vicinity of Mill Creek Pennsylvania, about six miles west of Philadelphia.
The contract Daniel Nippes had taken on to manufacture the Model 1840 flint-lock musket almost ruined him and in an effort to save the company, he altered some of his muskets, to percussion and Maynard Primer.
cornellpubs.com /Templates/SharpsLaw.htm   (432 words)

Daniel Baldwin became a prominent Barry County Citizen serving in a number of positions in the Maple Grove Township government: highway commissioner (1848); justice of the peace (1849); treasurer (1851-52); and director of the poor (1851-52).
Daniel Baldwin is identified in one his daughter and son-in-law's biography as the father of nine children.
PETER T. Peter Tower Baldwin was born in Hillsdale County, Michigan on October 5, 1843, as the son of Daniel Baldwin and Sarah Ann (Farr or Farrar) Baldwin, natives of the State of New York.
www.ole.net /~maggie/antrim/baldwin.htm   (4027 words)

Daniel Brodhead, born in Ulster County, New York, came to Eastern Pennsylvania [now Monroe County] with his parents in 1737 A few years before the Revolutionary War he and his wife moved to Berks County where he had a farm, a grist mill, and served as a deputy surveyor for Pennsylvania.
From March, 1779, to September, 1781, Colonel Daniel Brodhead was the commandant of the Western District of the Revolutionary War effort with headquarters at Fort Pitt.
Brodhead then appealed to the practical service of selfdefense "to the settlements on this side of the hills." He expected there would be a ready response from 11 every man who has the cause of his country and humanity at hearts." With these appeals he was certain the communities would try to raise the supplies.
www.bchistory.org /beavercounty/BeaverCountyTopical/ColonialandEarlySettlers/BrodheadSupplyMSW78/BrodheadsupplyMSW78.html   (5228 words)

Little operated the mill, which at the time was called Balmoral Mills, until 1869 when it was purchased by Daniel McQuarrie and James Thorburn.
The Caledonia Mill sits proudly on the south bank of the river, and was built in the early 1850’s by James Little, the local Postmaster and entrepreneur.
In 1880 the Grand River Mills was sold to members of the Scott family, who in the early 1900's went on to purchase the north side mill.
webhome.idirect.com /~dmcbride   (5228 words)

Daniel Butterfield was born on October 31, 1831, in Utica, New York.
Butterfield won a medal of honor for his bravery at Gaines' Mill, in the 1862 Peninsular Campaign.
Butterfield also designed the system of corps badges used by the federal army.
www.multied.com /Bio/UGENS/USAButterfield.html   (445 words)

 Massey Ferguson History
Much like Daniel Massey, Alanson Harris, a farmer and mill owner, had a talent for designing building, and repairing farm equipment.
A testament to the vision of Daniel Massey was seen in the many contests and awards that Massey products won over the years.
Daniel Massey’s son, Hart, took over the company leadership following his father’s early retirement and death in 1856.
www.friendsofmassey.com /150_years_of_Massey_Ferguson.htm   (669 words)

 The Daniel Kinsey Story
Daniel Kinsey and Company C of the Texas 4th Infantry participated in their first major battle on June 27, 1862, at Gaines' Mill, part of the Seven Days Battle.
Daniel Kinsey, whom I found some evidence was the son of one Henry Kinsey, served in Company C (Robertson 5 Shooters), 4th Texas Infantry (Hood's Brigade).
Daniel Kinsey and his regiment stayed in Camp Texas through October of 1861, preparing for their eventual assignment to a position in the Confederate defense line.
freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com /~asvra/daniel.html   (6851 words)

 Daniel Adamson Blue Plaque
Daniel Adamson and Co remained a family business until it was sold in 1964 to Acrow Engineers Ltd. One of the last chairmen of the independent company was Mr R W Parkyn, Daniel Adamson's great grandson.
Daniel Adamson's greatest impact outside his chosen area was his interest in promoting the construction of the Manchester Ship Canal.
In 1850, Adamson became manager of Heaton Foundry in Stockport, where he planned and built a cotton mill.
www.tameside.gov.uk /tmbc/danieladamson.htm   (6851 words)

Little operated the mill, which at the time was called Balmoral Mills, until 1869 when it was purchased by Daniel McQuarrie and James Thorburn.
The Caledonia Mill sits proudly on the south bank of the river, and was built in the early 1850’s by James Little, the local Postmaster and entrepreneur.
In 1880 the Grand River Mills was sold to members of the Scott family, who in the early 1900's went on to purchase the north side mill.
webhome.idirect.com /~dmcbride   (1154 words)

 Rocky Mountain News: Books
Daniel Waterhouse, Isaac Newton, and German mathematician Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz attempt to crack the secrets of the universe in a world whose ideology is dominated by Calvinism, predestination, and the Divine Right of Kings.
In designing the Logic Mill, Waterhouse has, for all intents and purposes, set out to build the first personal computer.
Waterhouse and his fellow natural philosophers, including Newton, Enoch Root and the inventor Robert Hooke, attempt to bring about a new era of scientific enlightenment against the tumultuous backdrop of the precarious English monarchy.
www.rockymountainnews.com /drmn/books/article/0,1299,DRMN_63_2295815,00.html   (1154 words)

MAN OF RESOLVE: Daniel "Rudy" Ruettiger was born in 1948 in Joliet Illinois into a lower class family of steel mill workers.
Upon graduating from high school, Ruettiger worked at a power plant both before and after serving in the Navy.
Ruettiger spent his time studying and working as a groundskeeper at Notre Dame's Knute Rockne Stadium.
www.military.com /NewContent/0,13190,101204_UnderRadar,00.html   (887 words)

 The Winchester Star-Society’s Journal Devoted to Daniel Morgan
Revolutionary War hero Gen. Daniel Morgan, whose portrait (above), hangs in the Middle School Winchester named for him, died in the house on Amherst Street shown below, although he lived in Clarke County, where he was a partner in the Burwell-Morgan Mill.
When Morgan County was formed in 1820 (it was still a part of Virginia at that time, but is now in West Virginia), it was named after Daniel Morgan.
The 200th anniversary of the death of Revolutionary War Gen. Daniel Morgan will be marked this month with the release of a historical society journal devoted entirely to his life.
www.winchesterstar.com /TheWinchesterStar/020309/Area_morgan.asp   (651 words)

 Daniel Bundy Johnson Page
Daniel's son William Harvey (my grandfather-born 1880) told me that as a very young boy he would accompany his father to Hawkin's Mill on Copper Creek to have their corn ground into meal.
Introduction: Daniel Bundy Johnson, the third son of Lemuel Augustus and Sarah Bundy Johnson, was born on Molls Creek on June 18th, 1855.
Daniel Bundy J. became an ordained Baptist Minister and was called to Coeburn, VA when the coal mines opened up nearby.
www.davidkennedysocietyinc.org /Johnson/DanielBundyJohnson.htm   (297 words)

 Dan Hamilton
Daniel was born in Riversdale, near Kemptown, Colchester Co. where his father and uncle operated a saw mill.
Daniel Cameron Hamilton (b.1864, d.1954) is on the right, his brother-in-law, James Fraser is on the left of the photo enjoying his pipe.
Daniel's parents were George Hamilton(b.1828 d.1912) and Eleanor Cameron (b.1822 d.1901) from Durham and Loch Broom, Pictou County.
www.glinx.com /~sherm/family/dan_hamilton.htm   (198 words)

 Descendants of William Greaves of Greenhill, Norton (nr. Sheffield), South Yorkshire, England
Frederick Augustus Greaves (288) was born 5 July 1877 at Mill Hill Road, Acton, Co. Middlesex, and died 11 Aug. 1943 at The Cottage, 40 Villiers Avenue, Surbiton, age 66, not long after the death of his youngest son on the field of battle.
Joseph Greaves (29) was born 4 Oct. 1704, and was buried at Hathersedge, co. Derby.
George Henry Greaves (284) was born in 1849 and died in 1920.
www.gravesfa.org /gen336.htm   (198 words)

 NESBITT V. DREW, 17 ALABAMA 379 (1850)
Nesbitt replied that Daniel had been employed to work in a sawmill and that rafting logs was part of the ordinary duties of the hands who worked there.
Rafting logs was part of the normal activities of sawmill hands and the contract had not explicitly prohibited Daniel's employment in this capacity.
Drew replied that he had a moral and legal obligation to protect Daniel, who he knew could not swim.
www.lib.auburn.edu /archive/aghy/hire/nesbitt.htm   (403 words)

 Eliot, George - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Eliot, George
Her works include the pastoral Adam Bede (1859); The Mill on the Floss (1860), with its autobiographical elements; Silas Marner (1861), containing elements of the folk tale; and Daniel Deronda (1876).
The subsequent novels Daniel Deronda and Theophrastus Such (1879), though successful, did not add to her reputation.
Her pioneering and influential novel Middlemarch (1872) is a penetrating depiction of English provincial society, in which the limitations imposed upon women's lives are highlighted in the character of Dorothea Brooke.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /Eliot,+George   (742 words)

 Daniel Deronda --  Britannica Student Encyclopedia
Her major works include Adam Bede (1859), The Mill on the Floss (1860), Silas Marner (1861), Middlemarch (1871–72), and Daniel Deronda (1876).
U.S. industrialist Daniel Guggenheim was the eldest son of Meyer Guggenheim.
English author George Eliot's last novel, Daniel Deronda was first published in eight parts in 1876.
www.britannica.com /ebi/article-9320962?tocId=9320962   (582 words)

 Daniel Dennett's theory of consciousness - the intentional stance and multiple drafts.
I grant you qualia are grist to the mill of academic philosophers- but that's never been any sign that an issue was actually real, valid, or even interesting.
Dennett says we'll be alright if we stick to the third-person point of view (talking about how other people's minds work, rather than talking about our own); but it's our own, first-person sensations and experiences that hold the real mystery, and it's a shame that Dennett should deny himself the challenge of working on them.
Dennett realises, of course, that we can't make a bookshelf conscious just by giving it a funny look, but the required theory of what makes something a suitable target for the stance (which is really the whole point) never gets satisfactorily resolved in my view, in spite of some talk about 'optimality'.
www.consciousentities.com /dennett.htm   (2923 words)

 Clarence Daniel Martin Papers, 1896-1954
Upon his father’s death in 1925, Martin assumed the role of president and general manager of the company, a position which he retained until early 1943, when the mill was sold to the National Biscuit Company.
Martin proposed increased economy of government through the elimination of waste and the reduction of state employees’ salaries; Martin later proposed and the Legislature endorsed a salary reduction of from 10 to 25 percent of all state employees.
Martin was educated in the Cheney public schools and graduated from the State Normal School at Cheney in 1903 as well as the University of Washington in 1906.
www.wsulibs.wsu.edu /holland/masc/finders/cg336.htm   (5283 words)

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