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  Descendants of Henry Burt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Henry Burt was born on 11 Dec 1663 in Springfield, MA and died on 11 Dec 1748 in Springfield, MA.
Henry Burt was born on 20 Aug 1660 in Northampton, MA and died on 26 Sep 1735 in Northampton, MA.
Henry Wolcott was born in 1729 in Springfield, MA and died in 1813.
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 Descendants of THOMAS BLISS
BLISS, born Nov 07, 1647 in Springfield, MA; died Jun 19, 1749 in Springfield, MA.
Henry BLISS, born Aug 15, 1681 in Springfield, Ma; died Nov 30, 1684 in Springfield, Ma.
Henry BLISS, born Oct 25, 1701 in Enfield, CT; died Aug 28, 1761.
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 The Harmon and Perry Genealogy
Martha BLISS was born on 1 Jun 1674 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts.
Nathaniel BLISS was born on 27 Mar 1653 of Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts.
Samuel BLISS was born on 7 Dec 1647 of Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts.
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 Ancestors from New England and Europe - pafg291 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Henry Bliss +-6753 [Parents] was born on 25 Oct 1701 in Enfield,Hartford,CT. He died on 28 Aug 1761.
Mary Bliss +-6756 [Parents] was born on 3 Mar 1705 in Lebanon,New London,CT. She married Moses Hatch s+-6755 on 1 Feb 1748.
Ebenezer Bliss +-6769 [Parents] was born in 1683 in Springfield,Hampshire,MA.
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 Bliss Family History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Henry married William Wilson’s daughter, a sister of the wife of the late Hugh Morrow.
Nancy Bliss, second daughter of Henry Bliss, was married to Alfred Root of Blue Ridge in 1843.
The dead are: Rev. Ezra Bliss, a soldier, dying at the age of 25; Emma Burgess, wife of H. Burgess, mother of Charles, Haller, Irma and Mabel.
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 Bliss Classification Association - Bibliographic Classification - History & description   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The Classification (known as BC) was originally devised by Henry Evelyn Bliss and was first published in four volumes in the USA between 1940 and 1953.
Bliss stated that one of the purposes of the Classification was to "demonstrate that a coherent and comprehensive system, based on the logical principles of classification and consistent with the systems of science and education, may be available to services in libraries, "to aid revision...
On the formation of the Bliss Classification Association (BCA) in 1967, it was suggested that a new and completely revised edition of the full BC should be made available.
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 For Steve Henry, 'I do' gives way to 'No, I didn't'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Henry, a millionaire according to his state financial disclosure forms, to the tune of $4,372; by Mrs.
Henry disputed that the staffer was hired strictly to serve Mrs.
Henry were going to exemplify power and glory in their Bluegrass Camelot, a second couple that would be second to none.
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 Bliss
The date of marriage is not known (Note: the Bliss Family History Society identifies the date as 18th October 1621), nor the family name of his wife, although the compiler of the Bliss Genealogy states that there is some reason to believe that her maiden name was Margaret Lawrence.
Samuel, of Norwich CT, was born 12/9/1657 at Saybrook CT (son of Thomas and Elizabeth Bliss of Norwich).
Bliss purchased of the Indian Chief Oweneco, in 1704-7 lands located in the town of Lebanon CT about one mile east or northeast of the village near the old burial ground.
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 spencer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Henry BLISS was born in 1863 in Toquerville, Wash., Utah.
Jesse BLISS was born on Dec 15, 1787 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts.
Renselaer A BLISS, Norman Ingles BLISS, Phebe A BLISS,
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 Clay Henry: Free Encyclopedia Articles at Questia.com Online Library   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Henry Clay: A Senator of the United States from the State of Kentucky, Delivered in the Senate and in the House of Representatives of the United States, June 30, 1852, and the Funeral Sermon of the Rev. C.M. Butler, Chaplain of the Senate, Preached in the Senate
HENRY CLAY, A SENATOR OF THE UNITED STATES...occasion of the death of the Hon.
The Senate is engaged in a ferocious debate on the...
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 Bliss Family History Society - Eminent Blisses
Henry Wood invited Bliss to conduct his Melee Fantasque at a Promenade concert in the Queen's Hall and Elgar gave him an opportunity to shine with a performance of his Colour Symphony at the Three Choirs Festival at Gloucester in 1922.
Bliss was more successful in another enterprise: in the course of a full Californian social life, he met, wooed and won Gertrude Hoffmann, whom he married in 1925.
Bliss also worked in the Milan Archives: transcripts of manuscripts extracted by him may be found in the record series PRO 31/2 at the Public Record Office.
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Henry Webb married a member of the Hayes family, which was distinguished by Rutherford B. Hayes, one time President of the United States.
Barnes is a great-granddaughter of Sir Henry Clinton, who was one of the chief commanders of the British forces in the War of the Revolution.
HENRY P. Conspicuous among the enterprising, thrifty, and progressive men who, a generation or more ago, were leaders in the business circles of White County, was Henry P. Bennett, a man of recognized ability and worth.
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 Thomas Bliss page 2
Jonathan BLISS, born Oct 01, 1742 in Springfield, MA; died Oct 01, 1822 in Fredericto, New Brunswick.
BLISS, born Jun 16, 1773 in Lebanon, NH; died 1858 in Northfield, VT.
BLISS, born Mar 18, 1739/40; died Dec 1806 in Belmont, N. Phoebe BLISS, born Oct 21, 1741 in Concord, Ma; died Feb 16, 1825 in Concord, Ma.
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 Camilla Bliss Potter
The first was published in the late 1800's or early 1900's; "Uncle" Henry Bliss describes life as a pioneer in central Michigan during a Bliss Family reunion.
Henry W. Bliss was born in Vermont, December 16, 1834, the son of David and Samantha Bliss.
In 1916, she was married to Henry W. Bliss and resided on his farm in Riley township until last fall, when on account of poor health and infirmity, they decide to live with relatives.
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The crisis was resolved in 1833 with a compromise settlement orchestrated by Whig politician Henry Clay and adopted by a South Carolina convention.
The Woodside fire of May 19, 1891, destroyed Henry Alexander's sawmill, the Reinburger and Hamlin dwellings, and the Alexander barn.
The explosion at the Ohio Oil Co.'s well, on the Fuhr and Villwock lease, on July 20, 1893, resulted in the death of Lemuel Lockhart, and Jacob :Turk; David Arner, Jacob Perkins and David Ramsey were fearfully burned, while the engine house, derrick and two horses were reduced to cinders.
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 ReadingGroupGuides.com - Saturday by Ian MacEwan
Yet, as much as Henry tries to enjoy an ordinary day, this is not meant to be a day of minor consequences.
As Henry returns to the hospital that night, he realizes this is where he feels most comfortable-even more so than when he's in the world of alleged leisure.
Earlier in the novel, McEwan describes how orderly Henry's mother was; Henry wishes he had just once invited her to the operating theater.
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 Praxes Group Adds Henry Bliss to its Team   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Bliss will work directly with the firm’s clients in the Management, Strategy and Technology Consulting industries to help them achieve their growth goals.
Bliss worked as a product development consultant for a wide variety of clients ranging from local start-ups to Fortune 1000 companies.
Bliss holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Industrial Design with Honors from the Massachusetts College of Art, Boston and pursued Undergraduate Studies in Economics and History at Hobart College.
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 TRIBUTE TO BARON HENRY EDWARD ERNEST VICTOR BLISS, J.P.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Most likely an ancestor of Baron Bliss was awarded the title of the 1st Baron of the former Kingdom of Portugal; and Baron Bliss succeeded to this title as the 4th Baron.
The Bliss Institute, the Bliss School of Nursing, the old Intransit Lounge at the International Airport are but a few of the contributions of the Baron's Trust.
In 1995 through the efforts of His Excellency the Governor-General, Chairman of the Baron Bliss Trust, and with the assistance of Belize's High Commissioner in London, contact was established with the surviving relatives of the Baron living in the United Kingdom.
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 Cut to the Chase: Remember Bliss
n Sept. 13, 1899, Henry H. Bliss, a 68-year-old real estate broker, was knocked down and run over at Central Park West and 74th Street in New York City, making the ironically-named Bliss the first pedestrian traffic fatality in the United States.
Bliss was killed by a taxi as he helped a woman off a trolley.
This year, the Remember Bliss Campaign -- a group aiming to make streets safer for pedestrians -- organized vigils nationwide to bring attention to pedestrian deaths.
www.sdearthtimes.com /cut_to_chase/ctc_91.html   (820 words)

  
 Gerald Bliss — Mary Ann Bliss : ZoomInfo Business People Information
Bliss was a golf professional at Meadowbrook and Mission Hills County Clubs in Kansas City from 1978 to 1983.
Geof Benson, Joan Bliss, Grant Ireland and Laura Sullivan are concerned the deer population is out of control and say a cull is necessary.
Bliss, a certified public accountant, is a partner in the Jamestown firm of...
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 Bob Greene
Bliss; before that day, there had never been a recorded incident of a person being killed in an automobile accident.
Bliss tried to be a gentleman by helping his fellow passenger from the trolley, and paid for his politeness with his life, more than 3.1 million Americans have been the victims of motor-vehicle-related fatalities.
Bliss was worrying about that day in 1899, it most likely wasn't the thought of a car that might be passing by his trolley.
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 Citystreets.org
On September 13th, 1899, Henry Bliss walked off a trolley and was hit by a speeding driver.
Bliss unconscious and crushed his skull was a taxi.
Bliss died the next day from his injuries he became the first pedestrian to be killed by an automobile on this continent.
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 Bliss Family History Society - Themes
Blisses in the English Courts of Justice Elizabeth I to the Restoration 1558-1660.
In Elizabeth's reign, John Blisse or Bliste of Midhurst Sussex was a defendant with others in the Court of Star Chamber in a case of assaults, perjury in a Chancery suit and forgery.
This confirms that Bliss hall and manor at Staunton on Wye (discussed Bliss magazine 1 and 4) was the same as the property at Staundon, held by knights service of Edmund Mortimer by William de Blees (or Blez), which was subject to an inquisition post mortem on William's death in 1388.
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 Welcome to GoLive CyberStudio 3   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
NEW YORK (AP) -- The great-granddaughter of Henry Hale Bliss placed roses Monday on the spot where he died, marking the 100th anniversary of the first recorded automobile accident in North America.
On Sept. 13, 1899, Bliss was struck by an electric automobile after he exited a trolley car at 74th Street and Central Park West and turned to help a woman out of the trolley, according to a report in The New York Times.
Linda Bliss Salisbury of Fairfield, Conn., joined safety officials and others at Monday's commemoration, which was sponsored by the Safety Sense Institute, a U.S.-Canadian non-profit organization.
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 CMN Article pg1
Together the Bliss family and staff who are not blood-related form a team whose goal is to create the highest quality products to serve their customers' needs.
This was the humble start of the H. Bliss Company, but it soon moved up in the world-and into a converted chicken coop.
Another son, Ray Bliss, joined the company as a partner in the 1950s and worked as a salesman until his retirement in 2000.
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 Car fatality. - Topic :
Bliss was knocked to the pavement, and two wheels of the cab
Bliss was so seriously injured that he could not live.
Henry H. Bliss, who was struck by an automobile at Eighth Avenue and
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 Praxes Group Adds Henry Bliss to its Team
Bliss will work directly with the firm’s clients in the Management, Strategy and Technology Consulting industries to help them achieve their growth goals.
Bliss worked as a product development consultant for a wide variety of clients ranging from local start-ups to Fortune 1000 companies.
Bliss holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Industrial Design with Honors from the Massachusetts College of Art, Boston and pursued Undergraduate Studies in Economics and History at Hobart College.
www.emediawire.com /releases/2006/9/emw433469.htm   (572 words)

  
 Roster and Genealogies of the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry: 1861 - 1864 - Person Page 47
Oliver Bliss was born on 3 Dec 1833 at New Braintree, Worcester County, Massachusetts, son of Rensselaer Bliss and Maria Gilbert. 
Emerson Henry Bullard was born on 5 Jul 1844 at Holden, Worcester County, Massachusetts, son of Henry Bullard and Caroline Gilbert.
Emerson Henry Bullard was enumerated in the household of Henry Bullard and Caroline Gilbert in the 1860 US Federal Census on 27 Jul 1860 at West Brookfield, Worcester County, Massachusetts, where he is enumerated as "Henry E." His father, Henry, is now a farmer with $700 in real estate and $200 in personal estate.
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 William Bliss Collection 96-53
Bliss, lessor, and Louis McClain, lessee, for the rental of a parcel of land (identified on back of lease as Eagle Rock, Emerald Bay) for camping purposes.
Proxies: D.L. Bliss, Jr., W.S. Bliss, C.T. Bliss, and W.D. Tobey to D.L. Bliss; and N.K. Masten to F.I. Kendall.
D.L. Bliss to the citizens of Wareham regarding their rejection of her proposal to locate the new school house north of the then present school house location.
www.library.unr.edu /specoll/mss/96-53.html   (11075 words)

  
 CILIP | Bliss Classification   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
I must admit that I was unfamiliar with the Bliss Classification scheme, so October’s talk by Heather Lane, then the Librarian at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, and Secretary of the Bliss Classification Association (BCA), was an evening of discovery.
The Bliss Classification scheme was originally devised by Henry Evelyn Bliss and was first published as four volumes in the USA between 1940 and 1953.
Henry Bliss was the Librarian at the City College of New York and this is where the system was initially developed back in 1902.
www.cilip.org.uk /branches/byregion/london/events/previous/bliss.htm   (133 words)

  
 Descendants of William Bliss
i Lillian M. Bliss born 1876, married (1) 18-Sep-1894, in Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, Mervin Bennett, born 1872, married (2) 3-Jul-1897, in Corning, Steuben County, NY, ____ Travis.
i Hazel Bliss born 1906, married (1) 6-Oct-1924, in Tuscarora, Steuben County, New York, Sullivan, married (2) 20-Jun-1950, in Bath, Steuben County, New York, Lester H. Bennett, born 1902, (son of Franklin B. Bennett and Mary Moore).
ii Betty I. Bliss born 1930, married (1) 27-Jul-1946, in Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, Burt Graves, born 1924, married (2) 29-Mar-1969, in Greenwood, Steuben Co., New York, Leon A. Wheaton, born 1910.
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