first settler

1. Lt. Noah G. 1 Lilley1. Lt. Noah G. 1 Lilley
Bef. 21 Aug 1844 in Red River Co. (Camp Co.), Texas. He married Mary Curry barnett abt. 1807 in probably Smith Co., Tennessee, daughter of Hugh barnett and Margaret Mcfarland. She was born 27 Jul 1785 in Person Co
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The first settler in Easthampton was John Webb, one of the sign­The first settler in Easthampton was John Webb, one of the sign­
From the first recorded settlement in 1664 to 1785 the present town of Easthampton was included in the boundaries of Northampton, with
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13. Hawthorne and the Crime against Woman13. Hawthorne and the Crime against Woman
Hester, visibly pregnant, is condemned as an adulteress. She bears her child in prison, and is then condemned to wear for the rest of her life a scarlet letter a for adulteress on her breast
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History of Columbiana County, Ohio Harold B. Barth Historical Publishing Company 1926History of Columbiana County, Ohio Harold B. Barth Historical Publishing Company 1926
R – early adversities – the town revives – named “liverpool” – later east liverpool – railroad prospects – early promoters of the town – first school teacher –first preaching – first physician – fourth of july celebration – first bank – first church – first
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History of Columbiana County, Ohio Harold B. Barth Historical Publishing Company 1926History of Columbiana County, Ohio Harold B. Barth Historical Publishing Company 1926
P – calcutta – and fredicktown unity township – unity – new waterford – east palestine – washington township – salineville – wayne township – west township – new alexander – chambersburg – east rochester – lynchburg – moultrie – bayard – yellow creek township
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Historical collections of the counties of ohio, brooke, marshall and hancockHistorical collections of the counties of ohio, brooke, marshall and hancock
Ohio in this immediate section of the Pan-Handle was not settled upon quite as early as the middle and southern portions. There were, however, but a few intervening years
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Chapter XVIChapter XVI
S top buggy—the first gold watch in the neighborhood—excitement of early political campaigns—early religious ob­servances—land values in 1876—crop failures and grasshoppers—scarcity of money among the settlers and high interest rates—future development and wealth
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Assignment IV: First Thanksgiving at PlymouthAssignment IV: First Thanksgiving at Plymouth
I can understand the challenges faced by early colonists and how they celebrated their survival
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