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  St. Johnsbury, Vermont - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Arnold left Rhode Island in 1787 and he and six other families built their homes in what is now the center of town.
According to local lore, Vermont founder Ethan Allen himself proposed naming the town "St. John" in honor of his friend Jean de Crèvecoeur, a French-born author and agriculturist and a friend of Benjamin Franklin (he was known in the United States as J.
Lemuel H. Arnold, member of United States House of Representatives and Governor of Rhode Island
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 Wellfleet, MA Biographical Sketches
James H. Gorham, born in 1821, in Barnstable, was a son of Charles Gorham.
Charles A. Gorham, born in 1845, is a son of James H. and Sarah (Oliver) Gorham, and grandson of Charles Gorham.
Oliver H. Linnell, born in 1849 in Orleans, is a son of Oliver N. and Adaline G. (Rogers) Linnell, and grandson of Josiah, who was a son of Thomas Linnell.
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 Clark County, Ohio History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Arnold was married the second time to Miss Martha A. Blee, of Clark Co., Feb. 18, 1864.
Arnold was engaged for some years with Ackerman Bros., of Springfield; Ohio, in the slating business.
Arnold commenced the grocery business in Harmony, Clark Co., January, 1880, where he keeps a stock of groceries, such as is usually kept in a country store.
www.heritagepursuit.com /Clark/ClarkHarmonybio.htm   (10367 words)

 The Family of Lemuel Yates - Slaterville Springs, NY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Lemuel Yates, son of Amariah and Margaret (Thayer) Yates was born July 23, 1773, some say he was born in Mendontown, Mass.
Lemuel and his father-in-law are known as early settlers of the Slaterville Springs, Town of Caroline, NY area.
Lydia and William Nash had a son Lemuel Nash that was living in the household with Lemuel Yates in 1850, I believe this could be his grandson and named after him.
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 Third Arkansas Company H
Private—Enlisted in Co. H, 3rd Arkansas Infantry, at Nashville, Tennessee, June 10, 1861; promoted fourth sergeant in 1862; wounded in the thigh and captured at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2, 1863; reportedly died of wounds shortly thereafter; born c1843.
Private—Enlisted in Co. H, 3rd Arkansas Infantry, at Lynchburg, Virginia, March 17, 1862; wounded in the left arm at the Wilderness, Virginia, May 6, 1864; wounded in the arm on Darbytown Road, Virginia, October 7, 1864; transferred to Co. H, 51st Virginia Infantry, February 10, 1865.
Private—Enlisted in Co. H, 3rd Arkansas Infantry, at Tyro, Arkansas, June 15, 1861; wounded and captured at Sharpsburg, Maryland, September 17, 1862; paroled at Fort McHenry, Maryland, October 14, 1862; exchanged at Aikens Landing, Virginia, November 10, 1862; transferred to Invalid Battalion, Army of Northern Virginia; paroled at Appomattox, Virginia, April 12, 1865; born c1829.
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 References for Battles and Skirmishes in 1775
Account of Arnold's Campaign Against Quebec and the Hardships and Sufferings of that Band of Heroes who Traversed the Wilderness of Maine from Cambridge to the St. Lawrence in the Autumn of 1775.
Smith, Justin H. Arnold's March from Cambridge to Quebec; a Critical Study, together with a reprint of Arnold's Journal.
Morse, Charles H. "Officers Who Were in the Battle of Bunker's (Breed's) Hill, June 17, 1775." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 27 (April 1873), pp.
www.revwar75.com /battles/ref1775.htm   (2136 words)

 Jonathan Arnold
ARNOLD, Jonathan, statesman, born in Providence, Rhode Island, 14 December 1741; died in St. Johnsbury, Vermont, 2 February 1798.
From 1782 to 1784 he was a member of the continental congress.*His son, Lemuel Hastings, statesman, born in St,.
He was a representative in congress from 1 December 1845, till 3 March 1847.*Richard, son of Lemuel Hastings, soldier, born in Providence, Rhode Island, 12 April 1828; died on Governor's Island, New York harbor, 8 November 1882.
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 First Regiment of Artillery
The detail for the Artillery School took two companies northward, and the companies in Florida were occasionally sent to Charleston to recuperate, but the regiment—generally—had been a stranger to the northern climate for ten long years.
Until May, 1864, Batteries E, G, H, I and K, served with the Army of the Potomac; B, C, D and M, on the southern Atlantic coast; and A, F and L, in Florida and Louisiana; but in the latter part of 1864 all were in Virginia.
Magruder, H. Wayne, J. Martin, Samuel Jones, T. Jackson (Stonewall), A. Hill, Daniel Leadbetter, J. Slaughter, A. Lawton, F. Shoup, I. Trimble, W. Mackall.
www.army.mil /cmh-pg/books/R&H/R&H-1Art.htm   (4114 words)

 Seneca County,Ohio, History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Baker family, four brothers, Franklin, Thomas, John and Richard, and four sisters, Mary Baker, Sophia (Baker) Stearns, Lucretia (Baker) Arnold and Ann (Baker) Knapp, all children of Samuel Baker, and natives of Connecticut, were represented in the township in 1822 by Franklin and Thomas.
Horace Arnold was succeeded by G. Allen in September, 1885.
James H. Stevens was first Master, Amos L. Westover, S. W., and E. Chamberlin, J. The Past Masters are J. Stevens, 1858; A. Lee, 1861, H.
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 Genealogy of Robert & Gail Belflower - aqwg10
William H. Belflower PVT, CSA was born about 1841 in Laurens Co, Georgia.
John Lemuel Watson [Parents] was born 15 Nov 1865 in Dublin, Laurens Co, Georgia.
Clarence Lemuel Watson was born 18 Aug 1896 and died 13 Dec 1962.
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 Ford County, IL obituaries..
Also surviving are two sons, Tom Batson of Germany and Tim Batson of Crescent, Iowa; a daughter, Barbara Kurtzwell of Horseshsoe Bend, Ark; his mother, mae Batson of Gibson City; a brother, Donald Batson of Gibson City; a sister, Lillian Godsey of Gibson City and five grandchildren.
Also surviving are two daughters, Peggy (Dennis) Arnold of San Diego, Calif., and Marcia (Chris) Berry of Claremont, Callif., one grandson, Tom Berry and one granddaughter, Anne Berry both of Claremont, Calif. She was preceded in death by her parents and two brothers.
Beesley was born 10-8-1923 in Orio, the son of Raymond C. and Henrietta H. Risley Beesley.
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 The Political Graveyard: Index to Politicians: Arnold
Arnold, Daniel — of Erlton, Camden County, N.J. Democrat.
Son of Joseph Henry Arnold and Kate (Brissel) Arnold; married 1907 to Clara Gertrude Davis.
Arnold, N. — of Marion, Marion County, Ohio.
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 Wyandotte County, Kansas History - Ch. XIX
George H. Chapin and Avery G. Norman served as regimental quartermasters, and Dr. George E. Boddington and Dr. Joseph Speck were regimental surgeons.
Of these twenty-one Wyandotte soldiers, most of whom were Indians, eleven were transferred to other regiments and eight deserted, one was dishonorably discharged, and of one there is no record when he was discharged, transferred or mustered out.
Granville P. Freeman died May 11, 1864, at Dardanelle, Arkansas, of wounds, Corporal John H. Cotter was killed by guerrillas near Fort Smith.
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 Flags Of The Confederacy
His business was advertised as the, “H. Vaughan, Flag and Sail Loft.” One large flag (9 by 14 feet - the standard storm flag for posts), captured in the war, bears his name and there are others from Mobile of similar size that he may well have made as well.
Lemuel Beeman - NC.: Beeman painted, according to the unit history, the flag of the Anson Guards (Co. C, 14th North Carolina).
Located on King Street, Arnold, by secessions’s time, was also contributing his talents to other flags, including that of the German Hussars.
www.confederateflags.org /FOTCflagmakers1.htm   (11002 words)

 generals   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Richard Arnold, son of Rhode Island governor and United States congressman Lemuel Arnold, was born in Providence in
Despite his disaster at Bull Run, Arnold was in command of the artillery of General William B. Franklin’s division at the
In late 1862, after his recovery, Arnold traveled to Louisiana and a new position as brigadier general and chief of artillery of the
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 State v. Larson, 277 N.W.2d 120 (N.D. 1979)
The defendant, Lemuel James Larson, appeals from a judgment of conviction of the crime of theft of property.
The charge was that of theft of property in violation of Sections 12.1-23-02 1 and 12.1-23-05,2 N.D.C.C. The preliminary hearing on this complaint was held in County Justice Court of Steele County before the Honorable Arnold H. Johnson on September 2, 1977.
Should it be contended by the State on remand that Goughnour is still unavailable, it is recommended that evidence on that issue be submitted to the trial court to establish his unavailability, and that proof thereof not rest upon argument of counsel.
www.court.state.nd.us /court/opinions/660.htm   (2120 words)

It need not be the direct testimony of witnesses offered, but the court may determine its materiality from the nature of the case as appears from anything in evidence before the court.
¶17 From counsel's brief and the record before us, we gather that, at a trial in the land office wherein one Embring contested the homestead entry of one Lemuel A. Perry, one Walter Shepard was a witness for or against one of the parties to the contest.
It is charged that the testimony of Rich, wherein he swore that he saw Shepard go down into and across the South Canadian river, was false, and, that it was material.
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 The Maritime Heritage Project: Gold Rush Mining Company Ships   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
A journal by H. Swain from March 1-October 13, 1849 is held at the Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, California, # C-F 151.
A journal by William H. De Costa, William H. written from February 9-August 22, 1849 is held by the Huntington Library, San Marino, California (HM 234 and 249).
Bancroft Library, University Warren was very active in the religious activities on board having written several original hymns for early worship services, two hymns for a burial service for a passengers, and one for the service in Boston prior to their departure, but words to only one are in the papers.
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 Pitt County, North Carolina GenWeb Project
The following is factual and circumstantial evidence regarding ARNOLD HOPKINS and his descendants in PITT and EDGECOMBE Counties NC.
Generation 1 ARNOLD HOPKINS (I) migrated from Bertie Precinct to PITT Co. in 1761, In the early 1700’s he was listed as a “freeholder” living between Salmon Creek and the Cashy River.
John MAYO (as his 3rd wife) 2A Issue of Arnold (II) and 2nd wife Elizabeth (Betsy) PENDER Nancy b.
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 Operations: New England Theater
Allan, George H. "Sketch of Col John Allan of Maine." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 30 (July 1876), pp.
Late News of the Excursions and Ravages of the King's Troops on the nineteenth of April 1775 as set forth in the Narrative of Lt. William Sutherland of His Majesty's 38th Regiment of Foot and of Richard Pope of the 47th Regiment.
Townshend, Charles H. The British Invasion of New Haven, Connecticut, Together with Some Account of Their Landing and Burning of the Towns of Fairfield and Norwalk, July 1779.
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 Lalor, Cyclopaedia of Political Science, V.3, Entry 145, RHODE ISLAND: Library of Economics and Liberty
Gibbs, 1821-4; James Fenner, 1824-31; Lemuel H. Arnold, 1831-3; John B. Francis, 1833-8; William Sprague, 1838-9; Samuel W. King, 1840-43; James Fenner, 1843-5; Charles Jackson, 1845-6; Byron Diman, 1846-7; Elisha Harris, 1847-9; H. Anthony, 1849-51; Philip Allen, 1851-3; William W. Hoppin, 1853-7; Elisha Dyer, 1857-9; Thos.
The natural conformation, by which Narragansett bay penetrates almost every part of the state, had from an early period developed a large commercial interest; but the apportionment of representation in the legislature among the towns gave the agricultural interest complete control of legislation.
—See 2 Poore's Federal and State Constitutions; Arnold's History of Rhode Island; Bartlett's Records of Rhode Island (to 1792), Rhode Island Historical Tracts; Bowen's Boundary disputes of Connecticut, 31 (western boundary of Rhode Island); Callender's Early History of Rhode Island (edit.
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 Chenoweth: [JOHN: WILLIAM: JOHN: JOHN] Lemuel
Lemuel and Nancy lived their entire lives in Randolph County and much has been written on his life there.
Lemuel also built homes, including his own, which still stands.
Lemuel and two of his sons, who often helped Lemuel on his many construction efforts, rebuilt it in 1873.
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 Elizabeth Armstrong - Mercy Atkins
Desire Arnold Parents: Seth Arnold and Elizabeth Gray.
Sarah Arnold was born in 1674 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA.
She was married to Lemuel Jenkins on 19 Nov 1807 in Sandwich, Barnstable, MA.
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 Revolutionary Soldiers in Alabama
Of Scotch-Irish extraction, an early settler in Virginia, who served in the Revolutionary War, and who was one of the pioneers of Huntsville, Ala.- Owen, History of Alabama and Dictionary of Alabama Biography, vol.
LEMUEL J. ALSTON, aged 75 years, one of the heroes of the revolution and formerly a member of Congress from South Carolina." Mobile Commercial Register and Patriot, January 14, 1837.
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The Arnold Family was one of the first to settle in Warrick Co.
Arnold Family Cemetery information was submitted to me from
H Vern Polk 8/19/1920 to 1/24/1972 WW2 Hobart
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 Jones & DeLoach Family History Material
He was married to Lucinda ARNOLD on 6 Aug 1838 in Bibb County, Alabama.
Williamson Webster COBB was born on 24 Oct 1844 in Bibb County, Alabama.
He died on 25 Jan 1928 in Union Parish, LA. He was blessed in From: A History of Early Bibb County, Alabama 1820-1870 by Ulysses H. Abrams.
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 Revolutionary Soldiers in Alabama
Thomas Hamilton was married on the 28th of May, 1782, to Temperance Arnold, daughter of Benjamin Arnold and Ann Hendrick of South Carolina.
During the Revolution, Benjamin Arnold, an old man, left South Carolina on account of the troubles resulting from the war, and carried his family for greater safety to Culpepper County, Va., where they became acquainted with Thomas Hamilton.
After their marriage in 1782, they returned to the old home of Benjamin Arnold in South Carolina, where they settled upon a place between Andy creek on the east and Horse creek on the west in Greenville district.
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 Papers of Lemuel Nelson Bell - Collection 318
Lemuel Nelson Bell was born July 30, 1894 in Longdale, Virginia, the third child of James Harvey and Ruth Lee McCue Bell.
His older siblings were his sister Norma who was born in 1884 (and later married David Norris) and a brother McKim, who was born ca.
J. Howard Pew, was one major backer, H. Maxey Jarmen was another.
www.wheaton.edu /bgc/archives/GUIDES/318.htm   (12256 words)

 Granby, CT Vital Records from the Barbour Collection
Harriet, of Granby, m Amos H COWDING of Hartland, Sept 25, 1839, by Albert Case of Charleston, S.C. Harriet, of Granby, m James ABBE of Enfield, June 4, 1844, by I P Warren
Thomas, of Dorchester, Mass., on May 14, 1634, was made a Freeman, Sept __, 1635, sold house and lands to Richard JONES of Dorchester, Mass.
William Frederic, Dr., of New York, b Apr 1, 1827, at Sterling, Mass., a descendant of Nathaniel H., Nathaniel 2nd, David, 1st, Reuben, Nahum, Augustine.
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 Reference Library
Nathaniel Meserve, of the New Hampshire troops, who distinguished himself in the Louisburg expedition in 1745: he is said to have been of the same family tat came to Maine, and a brother to the Gorham Clement.
The latter, who was the Clement Meserve of Gorham, was the eldest son of the Clement of Scarboro of 1725, and was born, either in Newington or Portsmouth M. H., about the year 1703.
When Clement Meserve first lived in Scarboro his residence is said to have been on what has latterly been known as the Seth Storer farm, near the old Scarboro turnpike, near the family afterwards settled near what has since been known as Wescott's Hill.
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 HyperWar: USMC Monograph--The Recapture of Guam
General Arnold felt that the Marianas would offer base security, and at the same time reduce the round trip flight to Japan by 1,200 miles.
The remainder of the division with its commander, Major General Andrew D. Bruce, awaited the arrival of transport divisions from Saipan, and embarked on 8 July to join TF 53.
MajGen H. L, Larsen, prospective Island Commander of Guam, and 11 members of his staff arrived at IIIAC Headquarters on 29 May and immediately started coordinating their preliminary plans with the assault elements of the corps.
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