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  1. Stephen Hislop; Pioneer Missionary & Naturalist in Central India by George, 1833-1919 Smith, 1889
  2. The Life Of William Carey, D. D.; by Smith George 1833-1919, 2010-09-29
  3. The Life Of John Wilson, D. D., F. R. S.: For Fifty Years Philanthropist And Scholar In The East by Smith George 1833-1919, 2010-09-29
  4. The conversion of India from Pantaelignus to the present time. by Smith. George. 1833-1919., 1894-01-01
  5. Stephen Hislop pioneer missionary & naturalist in central India by Smith. George. 1833-1919., 1889-01-01
  6. The life of John Wilson for fifty years philanthropist and schol by Smith. George. 1833-1919., 1879-01-01
  7. Henry Martyn. saint and scholar first modern missionary to the M by Smith. George. 1833-1919., 1920-01-01
  8. Short history of Christian missions from Abraham and Paul to Carey, Livingstone, and Duff Volume 2 by George, 1833-1919 Smith, 2009-10-26
  9. Life of William Carey, Shoemaker & Missionary by George (1833-1919) Smith, 2010-01-01

21. Craswell
AS Hopgood 18661948 Caroline Craswell 1833-1919 Robert Craswell Crozier Phyllis RoseCrozier George Hartwell Crozier Yeo m.? Gene Raymond Smith William John
Descendants of Robert Craswell
The information contained on this page is the result of many years
of hard work done by Fulton Underhay
Robert Craswell ?-? m.? Mary UNKNOWN ?-?
Robert Craswell 1742-?
Mary Craswell 1747-?
William Craswell 1757-1826 m.1788 Mary Jewell 1762-1848
Catherine Craswell ?-? m.? Richard Mays
William Craswell 1788-1862 m.1818 Mary Peperly 1797-1860
William Craswell 1819-1892
Robert Craswell 1821-? m.? Ann UNKNOWN Henry Craswell 1824-1888 m.1848 Caroline Beckingham 1825-1904 Leadna Craswell Caroline Francis Craswell 1850-1939 m.1883 Hannibal Craswell Murray 1858-1940 Lucy Murray J. Pope Murray Alice Craswell Murray James Henry Murray 1886-1964 m.1931 Marion Josephine Matheson ?-1967 Emma Craswell Abt. 1857 Josephine Craswell 1857-1937 m.1876 John Benjamin Peterson Matheson 1850-1941 The Craswell/Matheson tree is displayed on the Matheson page Frederick William Craswell 1858-? m.1883 Margaret Ellen MacDonald 1863-?

22. ALHN - US> Minnesota>Hennepin County> Minneapolis>Biographies
Loren Fletcher (18331919) State representative and Speaker of the MinnesotaHouse; congressman. George Ross Smith (1864-1952) Congressman.
Minneapolis Biographies
Early Residents
Pierre Bottineau and Family top
Family Histories
Labor Activists
  • Farrell Dobbs leader in the 1934 Teamsters strike
  • Nellie Stone Johnson - labor and political activist, member Minneapolis Library Board, mentor to Hubert Humphrey
  • Eva McDonald Valesh
    • Eva Valesh (papers MHS) - journalist and labor activist, exposed the terrible working conditions of the "mill girls" in Minneapolis.

23. Register Report
He married Mary Smith, on 28 Feb . Married as Mrs. Mary (Smith) Lieb. viii. 1282,iii. Samuel Curtis (18331919). iv. George Bristol. Born on 20 Feb 1939.
Eighth Generation (Continued)
Family of Phineas Johnson (380)
753. Sophia Johnson
Phineas Samuel Henry Isaac ... John ). Born on 22 Jun 1791. Died on 1 Mar 1864. Buried LaPorte Cemetery, Carlisle, Ohio.
In 1819 they removed from Berlin, Conn., to Carlisle, Ohio.
His father was the son of Samuel, who was the son of Abraham, who was the son of Thomas Brooks.
Sources: See History of Fremont County, Iowa, p. 699. His portrait opposite p. 400.
They had the following children:
i. Lydia King. Born on 30 Aug 1811. Died on 10 Aug 1851.
She married Hiram Patterson.
ii. Henry J.. Born on 30 Apr 1813.
Resided in Cleveland, Ohio. He married Abigail Hart, on 6 Nov 1832. iii. Julia L.. Born on 13 Jun 1815. Res. Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. She married Nelson S. Bishop. iv. Ira Kimball. Born on 13 Jun 1818. Died on 22 Sep 1869. He married Adeline Cooley. v. Samuel Curtis. Born on 4 Jul 1820. Died on 16 Aug 1898. He married Emily N. Clark, on 20 Oct 1847. vi. Stephen S.. Born on 5 Feb 1822. Died California on 19 Sep 1883. vii. Edward. Born on 28 Sep 1825. SML Comment: Name also given as Edmund.

24. Dickinson College Alumni > 1851-1875
Keirle, Nathaniel Garland (18331919), Wilson, Thomas (1831-1890). Hepburn, Samuel(c1835-1890) non-graduate, Smith, George W., Jr. (1834-1908) non-graduate.
Dickinson College Alumni
Class of 1851
Abrahams, William H. [non-graduate] James, Daniel M. [non-graduate] Backhouse, W. H. [non-graduate] Keagy, John T. [non-graduate] Bailey, John Maxwell Kelso, John [non-graduate] Bibb, George Richard Kenney, John [non-graduate] Brown, W. H. [non-graduate] Kerr, Isaac N. [non-graduate] Burrows, Waters [non-graduate] Kimberlin, James Monroe Carlisle, James H. [non-graduate] Longsdorf, Henry A. [non-graduate] Carr, Richard Wilson [non-graduate] Lowe, George Henry Clark, John Price McCormick, David C. [non-graduate] Clarke, John Henry [non-graduate] McGilbray, William Baumgardner Clendaniel, William [non-graduate] Montgomery, Thomas [non-graduate] Connolly, Francis [non-graduate] Morgan, David Clinton [non-graduate] Cooper, R. Wickliffe [non-graduate] Musselman, Amos Forry Cowgill, Albert [non-graduate] Myers, Philip Crookshanks, William F. [non-graduate] Parkes, Francis D. [non-graduate] Daniel, James T. [non-graduate] Pennewill, Caleb Sipple Day, George Banghart Phoebus, George Alfred [non-graduate] Diehl, Israel Smyser Pool, John Wesley

Amite 18101899 (7,550) Attala 1833-1919 (4,050) Benton 1870 3,650) Franklin 1818-1899(3,100) George 1910-1925 3,700) Simpson 1872-1900 (1,650) Smith 1912-1925
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26. Buckman Family
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28. The Spiritwalk Library: Project Gutenberg
Sinclair, Upton, 18781968 Slowinski, David Smiles, Samuel, 1812-1904 Smith, F. Hopkinson(Francis Hopkinson), 1838-1915 Smith, George, 1833-1919 Smith, Jewell
Spiritwalk Library Project Gutenberg Project Gutenberg is the Internet's oldest producer of FREE electronic books (eBooks or eTexts). It intends to put as many books on-line as possible and to gather these on line works into one central location. It is a terrific service of the University of Illinois.
Project Gutenberg is the brainchild of Michael Hart, who in 1971 decided that it would be a really good idea if lots of famous and important texts were freely available to everyone in the world. Since then, he has been joined by hundreds of volunteers who share his vision. Now, more than thirty years later, Project Gutenberg has the following figures (as of November 8th 2002): 203 New eBooks released during October 2002, 1975 New eBooks produced in 2002 (they were 1240 in 2001) for a total of 6267 Total Project Gutenberg eBooks. 119 eBooks have been posted so far by Project Gutenberg of Australia
These links will take you to the current Gutenberg website indexes Use the back key to return to The Spiritwalk Library Author List Title List Back To Spiritwalk Library: On-line Libraries
Below is an old Authors list, but will give you an idea of the scale of this project.

29. Cincinnati & Hamilton County, Ohio Resources - Church Records
Heritage United Methodist Church, 18331919, Vol. Reverend George Maley 1851-1852,Cincinnati, LDS (Mormon) Family Church in Ohio by Ophia D. Smith; Adam Hurdus
CHURCH RECORDS If you would like to see something listed here please let me know Reference Locale Location Format Identification Cincinnati LDS (Mormon) Family History Center Microfilm Cincinnati LDS (Mormon) Family History Center Microfilm 1st Presbyterian Church - Walnut Hills 1819-1951 Cincinnati LDS (Mormon) Family History Center Microfilm 1st Presbyterian Church - Walnut Hills 1818-1937 Cincinnati LDS (Mormon) Family History Center Microfilm 1st Presbyterian Church 1811-1960 Cincinnati LDS (Mormon) Family History Center Microfilm 1st Reformed Presbyterian Church 1854-1914 Cincinnati LDS (Mormon) Family History Center Microfilm 1st United Church on Walnut Hills 1958-1973 Cincinnati LDS (Mormon) Family History Center Microfilm 2nd German Presbyterian Church 1857-1908 Cincinnati LDS (Mormon) Family History Center Microfilm 2nd Presbyterian Church 1817-1920 Cincinnati LDS (Mormon) Family History Center Microfilm 5th Presbyterian Church 1833-1909 Cincinnati LDS (Mormon) Family History Center Microfilm 5th Presbyterian Church 1879-1909 Cincinnati LDS (Mormon) Family History Center Microfilm The History of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati 1821-1921
by Rev. John H. Lamott, S.T.D. 1921

30. Archives Of The Gray Herbarium
18671926. Piper, Fred Smith, 1912-1935, 5, 1867-. Piper, SM, Mrs. ? George EdwardDavenport inventory in Archives Guide. Poisson, Jules, 1899, 1, 1833-1919. Poland,JP?
Library of the Gray Herbarium
Last Name First Name Dates Amount Notes See Also Birth and Death Dates Packard Horace
Packard Winthrop
Page Henrietta
Paine Gertrude Hollister
Riddle, Gertrude Hollister (nee Paine)
Painter Joseph Hannum
Palache Charles
Palacios Isidro
Palhinha Ruy Telles
Palmer Edward Also includes calendar of letters in front of folder.
Personal papers held in Herbarium Archives. Palmer Ernest Jesse Includes 1 plant list. Palmer Thomas Chalkley Palmgren Alvar Palsson William F. Rehder, Alfred, SH 3, Folder 1. Pammel Louis Herman Contains 2 plant lists;2 invitations to dedication of Pammel State Park;"Introduction", 1925;letter expressing thanks for sympathy of Mrs. Pammel. Historic Letters database. Pampanini Renato Panton Matthew H. ? Includes 1 plant list. Paoletti E. Fernando ? Includes 1 plant list. Parham H. B. Richenda, Mrs. Parish Samuel Bonsall Historic Letters database; G. Davenport inventory in Archives Guide. Park Jay Boardman Park W. N. ? Parker Charles Stewart Parker E. M. , Miss ? Parker Edward M. ?

Upton, 18781968 Slowinski, David Smiles, Samuel, 1812-1904 Smith, F. Hopkinson(Francis Hopkinson), 1838-1915 Smith, George, 1833-1919 Smith, Jewell Ellen

32. Photographs > Individuals: Dabney - Dykes
Daniel, Raleigh Travers 18331919. Drew, Juliet Jordan (Shore) 1797-1862 Seealso Shore, Henry Smith 1768-1832. Drumwright, George Thomas 1898-1929.
This index is organized by the surname of the sitter, and lists titles of folders that contain photographs of individuals and photographs of portraits. Topics that have a see also reference should be checked for additional materials in the Online Catalog Additional resources
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Dabney, Anna Wilson (Noland) 1847- Dabney, Chiswill See: Dabney, John C. Dabney, Edward Dabney, John C. Dabney, Martha Chamberlayne -1888 Dabney, Overton Dabney, Richard Heath 1860-1947 Dabney, Robert Lewis 1820-1898 See also groups: Jackson, Thomas Jonathan and his staff Dabney, Sarah (Smith) See: Macon, Sarah (Smith) Dabney, 1775- 1851 Dabney, Thomas Lloyd 1867-1924 See also groups: Virginia University students, 1888 Dabney, Thomas Smith 1850-

33. HMC | NRA | Persons Beginning SM
Smith, George (fl 18301860) Lieutenant Colonel Royal Horse Guards (1) Smith, George(1833-1919) Journalist and Principal of Doveton College Calcutta (1) Smith

SC SE SF ... SZ List of persons with surname beginning SM
Smail, James Cameron (1880-1970) Principal of Heriot-Watt College

Smalbrooke, Samuel (d 1763) Archdeacon of Lichfield

Smales, William (fl 1812-1832) Lieutenant RN

Small, Charles (fl 1850-1900) Brewer, Canterbury

Canterbury, Kent
Small, Jack (fl 1900-2000) Surgeon

Small, John (1828-1886) Librarian Historian Literary Scholar

Small, William (d 1903) Lanarkshire Miners Leader

Smalley, George Washburn (1833-1916) American Correspondent of the Times
... Smart, J F (fl 1881) Soldier, Birmingham Birmingham, Warwickshire Smart, John (fl 1932-1953) Entomologist Smart, Newton (1798-1879) Religious Writer Smart, Peter (1569-? 1652) Prebendary of Durham, Puritan Smart, Sir Robert (1796-1874) Knight Admiral ... Smart, Thomas Bert (fl 1930-1939) Student, Sheffield Sheffield, Yorkshire Smart, Thomas William Wake (d 1893) physician, antiquary Smart, William (1853-1915) Economist Smartt, Sir Thomas William (1858-1929) Knight South African Politician Smeal, William (1792-1877) Quaker Abolitionist ... Smee, Walter John Nugent (fl 1903-1904), Castle Hill Castle Hill, Devon Smellie, Alexander (fl 1790-1840) Printer and Antiquary

34. Finger Lakes Regional Artists List
1922, CNY, Rochester Herzberg, Constantine 18331919, CNY; NYC DC, Syracuse,(born);DC Wose Smith, Beatrice Ely Union Springs; Syracuse Yewell, George Henry 1830
Finger Lakes Artists List
From a Database Created By
John Sutton
878W. Elizabeth St.
Skaneateles, New York 13152

The following is a list of known artists of the Finger Lakes area of Central New York State covering late 18th C. to about the mid 20th C. The list was originally started from the West Lake Conservators data base of paintings treated since 1975 and has additions from artists known to local historical societies and museums from Rochester to Utica and also contains information from Cayuga County History 1789-1879 Who Was Who in American Art New York Historical Society's Dictionary of Artists in America and Dr. Howard S. Merritt of the University of Rochester. Further information is available on request. Please send e-mail to West Lake Conservators or to John Sutton . Additions and comments are welcome. I hope this is of some help to anyone researching regional artists or to those of you who have found signed paintings and are now wondering if the artist is known. Links:
West Lake Conservators, Skaneateles

Smithsonian Institution Research Information System

Painting Conservation and Art Restoration Tips

Collections Care and Conservation for the General Public
AskART - Online "Blue Book" of American Artists
Finger Lakes Artist's List (updated 02/28/2004). Acker, Rose 20th C., CNY Rochester

35. McConnell Given Name Listing A-L
Ontario, Ellen Lauhead, Thomas Smith, John, Marie McConnell MacDairmid Iredell Co.,PA,Margaret Morris, George Washington, Alexander, John Daniel, 18331919, York Co.
McConnell Given Names - A to L
Given Name Lived Location Spouse Children Father Contact Abraham c.1805- Elizabeth Carol Schweizer ( LOST E-MAIL ADDRESS - Carol please contact Tom McConnell Abram PA Rosanna Fryat Alan Miller ( LOST E-MAIL ADDRESS - Alan please contact Tom McConnell Abram Rosanna Fryatt G. Tom McConnell Adam c.1820 Anna Walsh Jane Harriet James Susan Daniel Adam c.1845- Streetsville,ONT,CAN Mary Bonham Mary Hannah Penny Englert (c/o Tom McC Agnes c.1830- Thomas H. Simms Lyman L. Simms Albert c.1820- George Albert Ryan Runnerstrom Alexander c.1779- PA or NC Rebekah McClelland John Armstrong William David E. McConnell Alexander Martha Wilson Martha Jim Woodworth Alexander Steuben Co., NY William Kathy DeFoster Alexander c.1820- Meaford,Ont Margaret Charles Bill Strong Alexander Walker c.1900- Hancock Co,IL Cly Mustain Cecil C. Alton Alice c.1750- Kilmallock,Co.Limerick Standish Harris Charlie Watson ( LOST E-MAIL ADDRESS - Charlie please contact Tom Andrew Carnshannagh,Taughboyne,DON,IRE Ellen Gard iner Andrew John Catherine Tom G. McConnell Andrew c.1860 -

36. Freeunionmethcem
Curling, Mary (Smith), see John Curling. Deats, Ella G., see Nelson E. Deats, George,18281909; Mary Poyer, 1833-1919, his wife ; infant ch., nd, Elsey
Free Union Methodist Cemetery
Marble Hill Road
Liberty Township, Warren County, NJ Photos courtesy of Harry Smith, Stillwater, NJ Thanks to Brenda Miller for sending me this list for inclusion on my web site. A - H
  • Acker, Elison H., w. Sarah J. Hulsizer, b. 31 Aug 1861, d. 29 Mar 1909 (matching stones of George W. Acker and Charity Cook.) Acker, George W., b. 23 Apr 1832, d. 26 Feb 1882, a. 49.9.9, GAR marker, "Our Father"; w. Charity Cook, b. 9 Feb 1832, d. 30 Dec 1907, "Our Mother". Acker, William A., d. 8 Sep 1887, a. 24.7.18. Albert, Axana, see George W. Drake. Albert Caroline, see John Albert. Albert, Elizabeth, w/o Jacob Albert, d. 15 May 1881, age 66 yrs. Added by Brenda Miller, 10/30/2003. Albert, E. Y., see M. M. Albert. Albert, Gertrude, see Norman L. Albert. Albert, Jacob A., 1868-1934. Albert, Jacob, d. 10 Feb 1880, age 87. Added by Brenda Miller, 10/30/2003. Albert, James M., b. 27 Mar 1826, d. 20 Mar 1909; w. Louisa Barnes b. 27 Sep 1838, d. 14 Dec 1903. Albert, Jane, 1829-1911. Albert, John, b. 20 June 1820, d. 2 Mar 1897; w. b. 25 Dec 1830, d. 21 Aug 1910; dau. Elon Josephine Albert, d. Sep 1866 (infant?). Albert, M. M., see E. Y. (Cyphers?).

Smiles, Samuel, 18121904. Smith, Adam, 1723-1790. Smith, Francis Hopkinson, 1838-1915.Smith, George, 1833-1919. Smith, Goldwin, 1823-1910. Smith, James, 1775-1839.
Alphabetical List A B C D ... Library

38. WHMC-St. Louis Sl 381 HANDLEY-TAYLOR PAPERS, 1809-1946
BOX 2 Correspondence. 18331919. 17. George Sluter to Fred Handley, 2 letters,February 1855, 1868? 18. Ella Smith to Mary Taylor, August 1869.
sl 381 HANDLEY - TAYLOR PAPERS, 1809-1946
Mary Helen Schlueter Curlee, granddaughter of Fred Handley and Mary Eliza Taylor Handley, donated the Handley-Taylor Papers to the Western Historical Manuscript Collection-St. Louis, in August, 1979. The Handley-Taylor Papers document the daily lives, business enterprises and travels of the Handley and Taylor families as well as reflect 19th century social and political history of St. Louis, Missouri, and the Midwest. The collection is arranged into eight series. The largest series is correspondence, dating from 1833-1879 and 1919. The other series are: diaries, 1864, 1867-70, 1904; business and financial papers, 1825-1914; legal, religious and educational documents, 1858-1894; photographs, 1860-1893; envelopes, calling cards and greeting cards, 1833-1930's; newspaper clippings; and artifacts and miscellany. Fred Handley (1840?-1914), son of Johnson Thomas Handley (1806-1875) and Mary Rawson Handley, came to St. Louis with his family from Yorkshire, England, in the 1840's. The family lived in the English section of St. Louis which centered on Broadway and Mound Street. Johnson and Mary Handley had six children: Thomas, Edwin, Fred, George J., Rebecca, and Mary Harriet Handley. Johnson T. Handley was a cabinet maker and undertaker. Fred and his brother George took over the business in 1875 under the name of Handley and Bro. In 1871, Fred Handley married Mary Eliza Taylor.

39. Abbott, David Phelps, 1863-1934 Abbott, Edwin Abbott, 1838-1926
Slaveykov, Pencho Slowinski, David Smiles, Samuel, 18121904 Smith, F. Hopkinson(Francis Hopkinson), 1838-1915 Smith, George, 1833-1919 Smith, Jewell Ellen NW/wirtualna biblioteka/autorzy.htm

40. CD#5 - Arkansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Texas, 1766-1981 Marriage Index
7,000); Amite 18101899 (7,550); Attala 1833-1919 (4,050 George 1910-1925 (900); Greene1875-1910 (2,050); Grenada 3,700); Simpson 1872-1900 (1,650); Smith 1912-1925
CD#5 - Arkansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Texas, 1766-1981 Marriage Index
List of Counties Covered
Each county name is followed by the approximate years and number of individuals indexed. Arkansas (1820-1949)
  • Calhoun 1851-1890 (1,400)
  • Crawford 1877-1887 (2,400)
  • Garland 1879-1949 (5,000)
  • Hempstead 1820-1881 (2,900)
  • Hot Springs 1825-1880 (1,000)
  • Jefferson 1830-1861 (950)
  • Phillips 1820-1879 (4,350)
  • Pope 1830-1859 (400)
  • Saline 1836-1875 (1,500)
  • Stone 1873-1890 (950)
  • Union 1830-1869 (2,350)
  • Washington 1870-1879 (2,000)
  • Yell 1841-1878 (400)
Mississippi (1776-1935)
  • Adams 1799-1900 (5,500)
  • Alcorn 1870-1901 (7,000)
  • Amite 1810-1899 (7,550)
  • Attala 1833-1919 (4,050)
  • Benton 1870-1899 (2,800)
  • Bolivar 1861-1901 (4,400)
  • Calhoun 1922-1935 (1,500)
  • Carroll 1834-1889 (4,600)
  • Chickasaw 1863-1900 (2,400)
  • Choctaw 1881-1903 (2,200)
  • Claiborne 1816-1900 (4,100)
  • Clarke 1853-1900 (3,600)
  • Clay 1867-1900 (5,500)
  • Coahoma 1839-1900 (9,000)
  • Copiah 1823-1878 (5,000)
  • Covington 1904-1927 (1,650)

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