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  Mary Ingalls Kendall
Parce que Mary a des petits problèmes à l'école, qu'il estime d'ordre médical, son père lui prend un rendez-vous chez le médecin, qui va aboutir pour la jeune fille à la necessité de porter des lunettes...
Mary commence à avoir des problèmes aux yeux.
Mary, la belle, promis pour un bel avenir, mais qui est compromis lorsqu'elle tombe aveugle, au début elle n'accepte pas sa maladie, mais elle tombe amoureuse d'Adam, avec lequel elle se marie, et a un enfant, qui décède dans un incendie.
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 Mary Amelia Ingalls   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mary Amelia Ingalls was born on January 10, 1865, near Pepin, Wisconsin, the first child of Charles and Caroline Ingalls.
From 1881-1889, Mary attended the Iowa School for the Blind at Vinton, Iowa, because no education for the blind was available in Dakota Territory.
Mary's Braille Bible, slate, and other books, beadwork she made following her blindness, her gloves, and a nine-patch quilt she made as a child are all on display at Rocky Ridge in Mansfield, Missouri.
webpages.marshall.edu /~irby1/laura/mary.html   (220 words)

  
 Mary Ingalls - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mary Amelia Ingalls (January 10, 1865–October 20, 1928) was born near the town of Pepin, Wisconsin.
She was the first child of Caroline and Charles Ingalls.
At the age of fourteen, Mary suffered an illness (depicted as scarlet fever in the Little House books, but as a stroke in her sister's unpublished memoirs) which resulted in lifelong blindness.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mary_Ingalls   (238 words)

  
 Laura Ingalls Wilder   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mary Amelia Ingalls was the first child of Charles and Caroline Ingalls and was born on January 10, 1865, in Pepin, Wisconsin.
Mary was a character in all of the Little House books and she and her sister Laura were inseparable.
When Mary was 14, she became severely ill. Her illness, which is variously described as scarlet fever (in the books) and meningitis, resulted in a stroke, which caused Mary to go blind.
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 Laura Ingalls Wilder at the Hoover Library-Museum--Pioneering Journeys, Burr Oak
On November 23, 1881, at the age of sixteen, Mary Ingalls was enrolled at the Iowa College for the Blind in Vinton, Iowa.
Mary's academic achievements at the school proved to be exceptionally high and she excelled in music.
One of the areas the school graded was conduct, and Mary received a 100%, the highest grade in her class.
hoover.archives.gov /LIW/pioneering/pioneering_vinton.html   (957 words)

  
 TLN Presents: Little House on the Prairie
Mary Amelia, Laura's older sister, was born on January 10, 1865, in Pepin, WI, and was a character in all of her sister's Little House on the Prairie books.
When Mary was fourteen years old, she became severely ill. Her illness, which is variously described as scarlet fever (in the books) and meningitis, resulted in a stroke, which caused Mary to go blind.
Mary then lived with Grace and her husband, in Keystone, SD until her death on October 17, 1928.
www.tln.com /littlehouse/history_siblings.html   (350 words)

  
 Ingalls - aqwg30
Mary INGALLS [Parents] was born 25 Feb 1691.
David INGALLS was born 3 Jan 1725 and died 31 Jul 1805.
Isaac INGALLS was born 8 Nov 1754 in Massachusetts.
www.dahoudek.com /LIW/ingalls/aqwg30.htm   (298 words)

  
 Ingalls Homestead | De Smet, SD
De Smet, SD "Pa sang, Uncle Sam is rich enough to give us all a farm!" Free land lured the Ingalls family and a rush of settlers to Dakota territory to claim a homestead.
Ingalls Homestead met their wishes for it is only a mile from DeSmet.
When Mary Ingalls became blind in 1879, Pa said to Laura, "You have to see for Mary with words." In the four "Little House" books that take place on the homestead, Laura sees the homestead prairie for all of us with lovely words.
www.ingallshomestead.com /history.html   (295 words)

  
 Laura Ingalls Wilder - Biography, Pictures, Little House Books and More!
Laura Elizabeth Ingalls was born February 7, 1867, the second daughter of Charles and Caroline Ingalls, in the Big Woods of Wisconsin, seven miles north of Pepin.
After building a house and planting crops, the Ingalls family was forced to leave in the fall of 1870, just after the birth of their third daughter, Carrie.
On November 1, 1875, a son was born to the Ingalls family, Charles Frederic.
www.laura-ingalls-wilder.info   (1303 words)

  
 Ingalls - aqwg27
Deborah INGALLS was born 28 Aug 1757 and died 7 Nov 1811.
Mary FRYE married James INGALLS on 6 Dec 1744 in Massachusetts.
Dorcas INGALLS [Parents] was born 18 Feb 1750 in Massachusetts.
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 The Ingalls Family - Ingal02
The only Mary A. Ingalls in the Bradford County (Wells Township) 1850 census, one year before Sarah's birth, is the wife of Benjamin Ingalls.
There is no mention of Benjamin Ingalls in the 1870 Colombia, Bradford County, census, suggesting that he died or separated from the family between 1851 and 1870.
Ingalls was awarded $28 as reimbursement for providing personal weapons and clothing during service in the New York Militia.
www.sonic.net /~crapgame/ingalls/_ingal02.htm   (1111 words)

  
 Little House on the Prairie TV Show — Videos, Actors, Photos and Episodes from the Classic Television Show — TV Land
While Ma and Pa Ingalls are working to keep the family together, oldest daughter Mary focuses on her books and excelling in school.
But when a critical illness leads to the unexpected loss of her eyesight, Mary is forced to live a new life riddled with obstacles.
The authentic Laura Ingalls Wilder was born on February 7, 1867 in Pepin, Wisconsin.
www.tvland.com /shows/littleHouse   (955 words)

  
 Little House on the Prairie: The Wedding - TV.com
Mary immediately accepts Adam's marriage proposal, and before long Charles and Caroline are both traveling to Winoka for the wedding.
When Mary begins worrying about their competency in raising children, she impulsively calls the whole thing off--but the eruption of a fierce dust storm just might be a miraculous test of Adam and Mary's true strength as a couple.
The real Mary Ingalls never got married; once she became blind, she lived with her parents for the rest of her life.
www.tv.com /little-house-on-the-prairie/the-wedding/episode/63971/summary.html   (497 words)

  
 Prairie Fans - Your complete guide for everything related to Laura Ingalls Wilder's Little House On The Prairie.
Wilder was born in Pepin, Wis. The action of the musical starts in western Minnesota where her family relocated, then moves to DeSmet, S.D., where the Ingalls family moved to file a land claim, Zambello said.
This is an annual event which is sponsored by the Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum and includes some of the actual homestead locations and memorabilia related to the time that Laura Ingalls Wilder and her family lived in that area in the late 1800's.
Lindsay and Sidney will be available for pictures and autograph signings and will be participating in many of the events that are being planned that day.
www.pioneerontheprairie.com   (1326 words)

  
 Mary Ingalls - Moviefone
She was the elder sister of famous author Laura Ingalls Wilder,...
Additionally, the bodies of Charles, Caroline, Mary, Carrie, and Grace Ingalls, and that of Laura and Almanzo Wilder's unnamed infant son are laid to rest...
Mary Ingalls - Filmography, Biography, News, Photos, Birth date, Relationships, Mary Ingalls Film Clips, and Fun Facts on Moviefone.
movies.aol.com /celebrity/mary-ingalls/141356/main   (91 words)

  
 TLN Presents: Little House on the Prairie
This appearance was her foot-in-door for the Little House on the Prairie television show on which she played the part of the oldest Ingalls' daughter, Mary.
She was nine years old when she played the role of Laura Ingalls Wilder in the Little House on the Prairie TV series.
They played the role of Grace Ingalls for 4 years, beginning with their first episode which aired Feb. 27, 1978 Wendi now goes by the name of Wendi Schlecht.
www.tln.com /littlehouse/cast_1.html   (419 words)

  
 Amazon.com: "Mary Ingalls": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mary Ingalls, after becoming blind, aspired to write a book, and as an adult, she published poetry and...
Characters mentioned in chapter titles were Mary Ingalls in two, Almanzo Wilder in two, and Eliza Wilder in one.
Laura Ingalls Wilder: Storyteller of the Prairie (Lerner Biographies) by Ginger Wadsworth
www.amazon.com /phrase/Mary-Ingalls   (621 words)

  
 Little House on the Prairie - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
From 1879 to 1894 the Ingalls family lived in De Smet and the family homestead, a house in town built by Charles Ingalls, the Brewster School where Wilder taught, and the surveyor's home the family lived in between 1879 and 1880 are open to visitors.
The series starred Richard Thomas as Charles Ingalls; Lindsay Crouse as Caroline Ingalls; Meredith Monroe as Laura Ingalls; Barbara Jane Reams as Mary Ingalls; Haley McCormick as Carrie Ingalls; Walton Goggins as Almanzo Wilder; and Skye McCole Bartusiak as Rose Wilder.
It starred Cameron Bancroft as Charles Ingalls; Erin Cottrell as Caroline Ingalls; Kyle Chavarria as Laura Ingalls; Danielle Chuchran as Mary Ingalls; and Gregory Sporleder as Mr Edwards.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Little_House_on_the_Prairie   (1902 words)

  
 Mary Ingalls
Known for her technical expertise and creative renderings, Mary's pieces are recognized from Cape Elizabeth, Maine, where she grew up, to Tybee Island, Georgia where she now lives and works.
Drawn to the Southeast's changing sea and sky, Mary pushes her traditional craft to bold new expressions of the fun and fanciful.
An active arts promoter, Mary is involved with arts in her community.
www.tybeearts.org /Galleries/Ingalls/mary_ingalls.htm   (184 words)

  
 Little House on the Prairie :: Official site :: Discover The Ingalls and friends
Melissa, born September 26th, 1962 in Berkeley, California, was in real life, very much the same as Mary Ingalls - a quiet slightly shy girl who would rather read a book than climb a tree.
Her professional acting carreer got under way when a dance teacher urged her parents to find an agent for her.
During this period, she won an Emmy for her performance in "Which Mother Is Mine?", a 1979 ABC Afternoon Special.
www.imavision.com /lhop/eStore,wciProcess,ingalls4.html   (267 words)

  
 Little House on the Prairie: The Love of Johnny Johnson - TV.com
Infatuated by a new student at school, Laura becomes angry when Johnny Johnson--who is much older than she--develops an instant preference for Mary.
This causes tension between the sisters, despite Mary's lack of mutual feelings for Johnny.
While entertaining the family, Charles Ingalls plays a violin version of the same music used for the end credits of the show.
www.tv.com /little-house-on-the-prairie/the-love-of-johnny-johnson/episode/57169/summary.html   (490 words)

  
 Little House on the Prairie - Cast Biographies - Melissa Sue Anderson   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Melissa played the role of Mary Ingalls, the oldest daughter of Mr.
Born in 1962, in Berkeley, California, Melissa received her big break when the dance studio she attended changed ownership.
Melissa is somewhat like Mary Ingalls in personality; she's quiet, slightly shy and likes to read books, rather than climb a tree.
littlehouse.sphosting.com /mary.html   (185 words)

  
 Little House ONLINE Forums - powered by vBulletin   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In this episode Mary's sight continues to worsen and after another visit to an eye doctor, it is found th
On Thanksgiving Day in 1882, the Ingalls and the Kendalls gather together in the Ingalls' little house in Walnut Grove for dinner.
During preparation for Christmas baby Rose Wilder is kidnapped by the woman who recently lost her child.
www.maryingalls.com /forums.php   (633 words)

  
 Adeline Mary Ingalls
She was a 60-year member and past matron of Lewisia Chapter No. 16, Order of Eastern Star; and a member of BPO Does, Greybull Drove No. 30.
Survivors include her son, Jim Ingalls and his wife, Anita, of Basin; her daughter, Dorothy George of Casper; seven grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents; and her husband, who died Nov. 8, 1991.
www.casperstartribune.net /articles/2006/07/27/news/obituaries/533d21e77f92940d872571b7007a6e1c.txt   (472 words)

  
 Melissa Sue Anderson as Mary Ingalls in Little House
Melissa Sue Anderson was the perfect actress for the Mary Ingalls part in Little House on The Prairie.
Melissa won the Park of Mary Ingalls up against scores of aspiring actresses trying out for the part.
She was born on the 26th of September 1962, and was Millicent on the Brady Bunch and went on to play in a few more TV series one being Murder, She Wrote.
www.littlehouseonprairie.com /info/containers/melissa-sue-anderson-mary-ingalls.html   (123 words)

  
 Little House ONLINE Forums - It was so sad when Mary went Blind!   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It was so sad when Mary went Blind!
I nursed a crush on her for years and was devastated when she went blind :-(
In retrospect though the episode is my favorite of the seriese because of the recuring theme of faith and hope in the episode.
www.maryingalls.com /showthread.php?p=23   (179 words)

  
 The Little House on the Prairie
Did you know that the official historic site of the Little House on the Prarie is located southwest of Independence, Kansas (not Missouri).
There was a small log cabin that was rebuilt by heart warming local volunteers after reading the description found in Laura Ingalls Wilder's book.
All the references to surrounding terrain can be found a short distance from the reconstructed cabin.
www.littlehouseonprairie.com   (232 words)

  
 Little House on the Prairie on NBC - Little House on the Prairie Spoilers, Episode Guides, Message Board | TVGuide.com
Based on the books of Laura Ingalls Wilder (whose character doubles as narrator), it was the signature achievement of star-executive producer Michael Landon.
It relates the family's experiences dealing with natural disasters and health problems, notably the poignant story of Mary Ingalls' blindness.
Premise: Heartwarming saga of a frontier family's struggles and triumphs on a farm near Walnut Grove, Minn., in the 1870s.
www.tvguide.com /tvshows/little-house-prairie/100268   (861 words)

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