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  Mollie Monroe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mary E. Sawyer (1846-1902), better known as Mollie Monroe, was an American old west woman who was known for crossdressing and for her liaisons with multiple men, among other things.
Monroe fell in love with a man as a teenager.
Mollie Monroe's times at the California asylum did not go without controversy: she tried burning the building once, causing her to be sent over to San Quentin jail.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mollie_Monroe   (673 words)

  
 Gateway Newspapers - News and information for Pittsburgh area neighborhoods and suburbs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Mollie's rabbit, Monroe, which she had for two and a half years, died in August and it took a couple of months before she was ready to love and care for another pet.
Mollie preferred "Elvis," but that wouldn't exactly fit a female bunny, so she adjusted the name for gender.
Mollie does, however, take Ellie outside in the yard on a leash occasionally for some fresh air and exercise.
www.gatewaynewspapers.com /common/comforts/56113   (850 words)

  
 Family History of Simon Peter MONROE | Kansas Family History | www.kansasheritage.org
Monroe did not know that the bridge was gone, due to the fact that smoke from the timbers and from the field to the north obscrued vision at that point.
Monroe was a member of the Masonic lodge at Frederick and the Methodist church.
Mollie Bowman Chase, Kansas Mollie is Mary "Mollie" Monroe Bowman, daughter of Josephine Conyers and James King Monroe, brother of Nellie's father Mathew Hooper Monroe.
www.kansasheritage.org /families/swan5.html   (3340 words)

  
 Mollie Monroe: memorable, 'crazy' character of early Prescott
Mollie Monroe has the unfortunate distinction of being the first woman in the Arizona Territory to be declared insane.
Mollie Monroe and her husband, George, discovered Monroe Springs (later to become the famous resort and spa Castle Hot Springs).
Mollie had the unfortunate distinction of being the first woman in the Arizona Territory to be declared insane.
www.sharlot.org /archives/history/dayspast/text/1997_11_02.shtml   (962 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Mollie Monroe Az Historical Archives Mollie Monroe (Mary E. Sawyer) was born in Missippii, about 1846 and is listed with George Monroe in the 1870 census at Wickenburg, age 24, occupation--cook and his common-law wife.
Molly, although she had her faults will be pitied and remembered by scores of persons for the kind offices she performed for them.
Mollie was the first woman in Arizona who became sufficiently demented to be confined in an insane asylum.
rootsweb.com /~usgenweb/az/backup/archive_ftp/biographies/Monroe.txt   (312 words)

  
 Molly
Molly is a female nickname, often a pet-name for Mary or Margaret, or sometimes a name in its own right.
Molly McGee was a fictional character in the Fibber McGee and Molly radio comedy.
Molly Malone, or Cockles and Mussels, is the unofficial anthem of Dublin City in Ireland.
www.paleorama.com /Disney-M/Molly.php   (1113 words)

  
 AbernathyMollie   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Mollie D. Wylie Jarrott Abernathy, rancher and businesswoman, was born on April 27, 1866 in Hood County, Texas, the daughter of John N. and Elizabeth (Robertson) Wylie, both members of prominent ranch families.
Mollie was in a hotel in town convalescing from an illness at the time of the murder, but she returned to the claim and operated the Swastika Ranch alone.
In 1905 she married Monroe G. Abernathy, a real estate developer, for whom the South Plains towns of Monroe (later New Deal) and Abernathy were named.
www.granburydepot.org /z/biog/AbernathyMollie.htm   (558 words)

  
 Monroe Animal League
Please contact the Monroe Animal League at 570-476-8444 for more information about adopting any one of the loveable animals on this page or print the adoption form, fill it out, and mail it to:
Mollie is a short hair female, about 6 months old.
Molly is shy around new people but is friendly when she gets to know you.
www.monroe-animals.org /adopt.html   (660 words)

  
 Madison "Matt" Monroe Williams' Descendants
John and Mollie are buried in Willow Mount Cem., Shelbyville, Tennessee.
Married on December 27, 1899 to Mary "Mollie" Priscilla Ann Scott (born September 17, 1872 in Scottsboro, AL; died April 07, 1962), whose parents were Robert Thomas Scott and Nancy Jane Kennamer.
Enlisted in mid-1940s in the Army Nurse Corps, became a captain; served 12 years in the U.S., Japan, Korea, and Germany, and was President Eisenhower's nurse in 1955.
www.james.com /williams/madison.htm   (1232 words)

  
 About Mollie
Mollie moved to Boulder in 1980, worked as a duo with Tim, and formed her own RandB band.
Mollie’s recordings are a tribute to the variety of her taste and the versatility of her performance.
For the past few years, Mollie has worked with Garrison Keillor and Robin and Linda Williams as the Hopeful Gospel Quartet, with her own five-piece band, and as a duo with husband Rich Moore.
www.mollieobrien.com /about.htm   (436 words)

  
 Amazon.com: "Mollie James": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Meanwhile, those who have played by the old rules are victims of the transfer, people like Mollie James, a sixty-year-old factory worker, mother of four, grandmother of six, who lives in a working-class neighborhood in Paterson, New Jersey.
Mollie's Job: A Story of Life and Work on the Global Assembly Line by William M. Adler
Mollie, James, and Anne were in and out of the house frequently, and at least once a year the whole family took...
www.amazon.com /phrase/Mollie-James   (525 words)

  
 History & Genealogy - Vital Records - Tennessee Death Index 1917 Pt. 2
Greene 11/8 19 403 BEECH Mollie Lincoln 6/27 32 466 BEECHAM Inf.
Monroe 2/13 37 154 BETHUNE Mary A. Giles 7/8 18 228 BETS Hattie Dickson 5/7 13 379 BETTIE Opa R. Dyer 9/15 14 327 BETTIE Will Putnam 4/1 40 414 BETTIS Inf.
Monroe 12/10 37 382 BLACKARD Alvin P. Weakley 6/15 56 432 BLACKARD Wiley D. Weakley 7/8 56 464 BLACKBORN Bessie Wilson 4/23 58 570 BLACKBORN Hannah Washington 9/21 57 463 BLACKBORN Pheobie Williamson 8/5 58 355 BLACKBURN Ben Shelby 7/28 48 221 BLACKBURN Frank Shelby 12/5 52 523 BLACKBURN Inf.
www.state.tn.us /tsla/history/vital/1917-02.htm   (3684 words)

  
 Lake Pleasant Houseboats. Regional Park. History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
There was no lack of prospectors who roamed the area in hopes of finding their bonanzas.
Mollie Sawyer Monroe and Jacob Snively were among the more colorful.
In 1877 Mollie was sent to Stockton, California, where Arizona's mental patients were kept, after being declared insane.
www.luxuryhouseboats.com /lake/history.shtml   (409 words)

  
 Parks & Recreation - Maricopa County
Mollie Monroe, an eccentric female prospector during the 1860's and early 1870's, was a co-discoverer, along with her common-law husband George Monroe and others, of Castle Hot Springs.
Jacob Snively, a man of unbounded energy as a prospector in California and Arizona and long notorious for his leading part in the Texas Revolution, prospected the area about the same time as Mollie Monroe.
Snively was killed by Big Rump (Wa-poo-i-ta), an Apache chieftain, in 1871 near the White Picacho, a prominent landmark about 18 miles northwest of the Park.
www.maricopa.gov /parks/lake_pleasant/History.aspx   (440 words)

  
 1881-1882monroetnvitalrecords.page
July 4 1881 Quinn Mangus m w Monroe Co TN William Mangus Tenn Alice [Cunningham] Mangus Monroe Co TN Farmer Monroe Co TN 11-8-1881
Apr 14 1881 Martha E Johnston f w Monroe Co TN William Johnston Tenn Mary Johnston Tenn Farmer Monroe Co TN 11-8-1881
Anna Tallent f w Monroe Co TN G W Tallent Tenn Mary [Harrison] Tallent Tenn Farmer Monroe Co TN 3-7-1882
www.geocities.com /sharon_mccormack/1881-1882monroetnvitalrecords.html   (666 words)

  
 cn80-90
Every year, Rebecca Lindsay and her former UVM roommates Jenni Johnson Gahelsberg, Chrissy Palmer Davis, Erica Lombard Goodrich, Judy Aber, Jun Kim Pierson, Jennifer Seward, and Mollie Monroe Naughton have a week-long reunion at a different location across the country.
Rebecca and Erica were attendants, and Judy, Mollie, Jenni, Jun, Chrissy, and Matt Davis were also present for the festivities.
Molly Melanson married John Perry III ’93 in June 2003 in Capri, Italy.
www.uvm.edu /~uvmpr/vq/vqfall03/cn80-90.html   (9822 words)

  
 Two Loves
Mollie didn’t come, she was afraid he’d get arrested.
Mollie joined three of her friends that day on a girls day out.
Mollie glanced around her, and her eye caught two people walking towards an ice cream shop together.
www.stellarpath.net /Jenga/KJ/Two.htm   (6138 words)

  
 LEE COUNTY ILLINOIS BIOGRAPHIES   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
He finally emigrated to Pendleton County, Ky., and made his home with his son, the father of our subject, until his demise at a ripe old age.
The " maiden name of his wife was Mollie Monroe, and she was also a native of Virginia.
She was a daughter of Dr. John Monroe, who was a Virginian by birth, and was of Scotch antecedents.
genealogytrails.com /ill/lee/leebiosambler.html   (588 words)

  
 Barger Family Group Sheet
Name: Elijah Monroe BARGER See Family Group Sheet 10148 Born: 1872 Place: AR Marr: To: Mollie M. Died: Place: 8.
He also provided a list of other Bargers buried elsewhere in Lonoke Co., AR, mostly in the "Sixteenth Section Cemetery" which is a litle bit northeast of the Barger Cemetery.
If you have questions or comments about the content of this record, or need assistance with your Barger family research, please feel free to contact the Barger Family History Society.
members.tripod.com /~suzid/FGS-10082.html   (648 words)

  
 (? Mize - Edna Moore )
Beverly Jean Monroe (9 OCT 1933 - ____)
David Leland Monroe (27 APR 1962 - ____)
Leland Albert Monroe (8 MAR 1937 - ____)
freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com /~schweissguth/index/ind0161.html   (320 words)

  
 Comments
Monroe then decided to go after her boyfriend, disguised as a man and calling herself Sam Brewer.
Mollie Monroe was despised by most of Prescott's high society women, for what they viewed as "manly manners" and, as a popular publication of the time said, "morals that are dissolute".
Posted by mozerkus3 @ 07/08/2005 02:23 AM PDT
myfreshstart.blogdrive.com /comments?id=1   (458 words)

  
 Home-style restaurant, breakfast, catering. Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. - Home
Dine on delicious home-style food at Mollie's Restaurant.
We offer catering, as well as breakfast and lunch made fresh daily.
Discover the fresh delicacies and delicious desserts when you visit Mollie's Restaurant.
www.molliesrestaurant.net   (126 words)

  
 Re: William Condry and Mollie Gass, Monroe CO, KY
Re: William Condry and Mollie Gass, Monroe CO, KY
In Reply to: William Condry and Mollie Gass, Monroe CO, KY by Ralph Jenkins
mary mollie gass who married william condra/condrey, in monroe co ky,she was a daughter of samuel gass and nancy rose.
www.genforum.familytreemaker.com /condra/messages/258.html   (89 words)

  
 Patroon Cemetery
Dau of Alec Monroe and Mollie Lout Monroe - Wife of George Crawford
Dau of Alex and Mollie Lout Monroe - Wife of Thomas Jones (Mrs.
Dau of Marion and Minnie Monroe Gann - Husb of A. Norton - married 09-20-1945
www.shelbycountytexashistory.org /Shelby/cem_pics/cem_patroon.htm   (2478 words)

  
 COLEMAN`S FUNERAL RECORDS # 05
SSN:427-88-6444 HUSBAND-TRUMAN EAKER FATHER-FRED MONROE MOTHER-HELEN PURCELL OAK GROVE CEM.CHEWALLA,TN.
FATHER-HENRY MONROE MOTHER-KATE HAMLIN FORREST MEMORIAL PARK CEM.
SSN:587-08-8852 HUSBAND-CURTIS MONROE FATHER-JOHNNY GREEN MOTHER-DOSHIE MICHAELS FORREST MEMORIAL PARK CEM.
www.usgennet.org /usa/ms/county/alcorn/coleman05.html   (4473 words)

  
 North Addition Section 2 Blocks
MONROE, Joseph E.: 3 May 1892-26 Sep 1965 MARKER
MONROE, Mollie Harris: 12 Apr 1869-24 Feb 1932 MARKER
MONROE, Ira Hacket: 13 May 1861-16 June 1935 MARKER
www.dallasgenealogy.org /oakcliff/north2blocks.htm   (4460 words)

  
 Mollie Monroe - Mollie Monroe movies - GameLink
Mollie Monroe - Mollie Monroe movies - GameLink
Stars: Gen Padova, Adina Jewel, Nika DeVita, Mollie Monroe
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 Amazon.com: "Mary Sawyer": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
See all pages with references to Mary Sawyer.
Mary Sawyer, otherwise known as Mollie Monroe, seems to have arrived in the area during the late 1860s, when she was scarcely...
Key Phrases in this book: New York, United States, San Francisco, Cult of True Womanhood, American Indian, Hamilton County, older western history, traditional western history, family consumer economy, women homesteaders, cowboy art, many tender ties (See more)
www.amazon.com /phrase/Mary-Sawyer   (467 words)

  
 The Family of  RICHARD JEFFRIES   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Tobacco Mfg., 1880 Danville, Pittsylvania Co, Va (M) Annie Elizabeth Yancey Nov 14, 1861 Yanceyville, NC Born Ca 1837
William Vincent b: 29 OCT 1862 Caswell, NC Mollie Saluda b: 29 SEP 1864 " "
Mollie born Ca 1863 Iowa @ school 1880 Census
home.inu.net /sadie/richardjeffries.htm   (3370 words)

  
 Marriages Licenses Issued in Jasper County, IL from the Newton Press Newspaper
Frank D. Davis and Mollie E. Printz - Jan. 24, 1883
Groves toMiss Mollie Monroe - March 16, 1876
John A. Monroe, 21 and Mary Biggs, 15 - June 17, 1891
genealogytrails.com /ill/jasper/licenses1.html   (7684 words)

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