2 edition of A Letter from a gentleman in New-York, to his friend in Dutchess County. found in the catalog.
A Letter from a gentleman in New-York, to his friend in Dutchess County.
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Joseph Heywood is the son of a career USAF officer. His dad was from Rhinecliff, New York on the Hudson River in Dutchess County, and his mother is from Mize, Mississippi in Sullivan County. His mothers maiden name was Hegwood and she had only to change one letter /5(35). He went to Jefferson County, New York, in his infancy, and in he purchased land at Adams Centre, and became a well-to-do farmer, exerting a salutary influence in the community, being active in the moral and religious enterprises of the day; he resided there until after the death of his wife, when he went to Troy, New York, where he now.
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This drew out the good tempered but convincing reply of the Rev. Samuel Seabury, which was printed inunder the title given here verbatim, with its two errors in printing: ‘ ‘ A modest repty to a letter of a gentleman to his friend ill Dutchess County, lately published by an anon-i-mous writer.
A Letter from a gentleman in New-York, to his friend in Dutchess County: New-York, January 3, Sir, you ask me in your letter, how your members behave.
A Letter from a gentleman in New-York, to his friend in Dutchess County.: New-York, January 3, Sir, you ask me in your letter, how your members behave. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.
Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Full text of "The history of Dutchess County, New York". A NEW YORK TIMES NOTABLE BOOK • NOW A MAJOR MOTION PICTURE Lady Georgiana Spencer was the great-great-great-great-aunt of Diana, Princess of Wales, and was nearly as famous in her day.
In Georgiana achieved immediate celebrity by marrying William Cavendish, fifth duke of Devonshire, one of England’s richest and most influential aristocrats.4/4(). This comprehensive study draws upon previously unused sources from Canada, Europe, and the United States to examine one of the forgotten heroes of the Revolutionary War: General Richard Montgomery.
The first and highestranking American general killed in the war, Montgomery was also an important hero symbol in the early republic. By examining Montgomery's early life, ideology, and connections. Robinson was describing the route he followed in Columbia and Dutchess counties in the course of a trip to New York City.
His stops included meetings at Nine Partners, Pleasant Valley, Poughkeepsie, and Crum Elbow, near Hyde Park, all in Dutchess County; and Claverack, Hudson, Ghent, and Chatham, in Columbia County; and then Troy. His parents resided in New York untilwhen they removed to Orange county, where the father engaged in the manufacture of fishing rods, which he continued until his death inHis widow conducted the business about three years, and then married Anton Hupfel, who took it in charge, continuing the same untilwhen he associated.
Robinson, a friend of George Washington when both lived in Virginia, mana acres and tenant farms in Dutchess County.
His tenants and their relatives were liberally sprinkled through the regiment, which he commanded. Full text of "Commemorative biographical record of Dutchess County, New York, containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families" See other formats.
Margaret "Daisy" Suckley, a distant cousin who was also a friend and confidante to Franklin D. Roosevelt, was born in in Rhinebeck, New York. She gave Roosevelt his famous dog, Fala, and was with him in Warm Springs, Georgia, when he died.
Daisy was also one of the first archivists at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library & Museum. A Letter from a gentleman of the city of New-York to another, concerning the troubles which happen'd in that province in the time of the late happy revolution.
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By James Wetmore () A Modest Reply to a Letter from a Gentleman to His Friend in Dutchess-County. Lately Published by an Anonymous Writer.
Book about a boy whose mom dies while she was diving while they took a trip to the lake. His dad remarries a woman called Alice and the boy becomes angry. One of his friends mocks his dead mom and he ends up fighting with his friends. His dad’s boss has 2 daughters.
Younger one has a crush on him, he has a crush on the older one. He was born in Dutchess County, New York in He served as a private in Captain Walter Groesbeck Company of the Hoosick and Schaghtecooke Districts Regiment of Albany County Militia, He states he marched to Johnstown in to disarm Sir John Johnson.
CORNELIUS ACKERMAN, RWPA #W He was age 64 when deposed on July 5 th, His file. WAGER - I am looking for death, marriage. and family history on Erwin Wager born abthe was married to Lydia Woolheater they lived in Andes Delaware County NY.
Thank you. Penny Wager - posted WAGGONER - Looking for information of the David WAGGONER Family. David was born about in Delhi, New York and about the age of 20 moved north to Jefferson County, NY. He turned his medical practice in New York over completely to his son, who had been associated with him for some years, and settled in Dutchess County.
He built on his estate, for which he claimed the exclusive use of the name "Hyde Park," the so-called Red House for himself, and led. John Maxfield of Poughkeepsie Precinct in Dutchess County in the Province of New York, Gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife, conveyed acres to Adrian Van Enden, of Rumbout Precinct in Dutchess County in the Province of New York, Cordwainer, in consideration of the sum of.
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His Memoirs have been published. He arrived in Quebec onand was joined by his wife and children, who had remained in NYC. Inhe published Laws of New York from toInclusive. In he published in London, his History of the Province of New York, from the First Discovery to the Year MDCCXXXII.
His youngest. On Decem he reported to the Committee on the suspicious activities of some of his Dutchess County neighbors. See Minutes, I, Captain Melancton Smith of Dutchess County commanded the three companies of rangers organized by the New York .Letter book, New York City, Aug Jcontaining copies of letters sent (and a few received) by Stevens as Major-General of Artillery, New York State Militia.
The subjects of the letters are military matters and the War ofand the correspondents include Solomon Van Rensselaer, Jacob Morton, and Gov. Daniel D. Tompkins.6. See “Lewis Family Bible,” Dutchess County Historical Society Year Book, XXIX (), 93; J.
Wilson Poucher, “Dutchess County Men of the Revolutionary Period: Colonel Lewis DuBois—Captain Henry DuBois,” Dutchess County Historical Society Year Book, XX (), 71–85; Florence Van Rensselaer, ed., The Livingston Family in America and Its Scottish Origins (New York, ),