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The twentieth century biographical dictionary of notable Americans .. (Volume 3)

The twentieth century biographical dictionary of notable Americans .. (Volume 3)

Fonte : Internet Archive

The twentieth century biographical dictionary of notable Americans .. (Volume 3)

The twentieth century biographical dictionary of notable Americans .. (Volume 3)

Fonte : Internet Archive

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was tnarried in 1843 to Elizabeth De Windt, daughter of John Peter and Caroline Amelia (Smith) De Windt of Fishkill,


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battie of El Caney, near Santiago de Cuba, July 1, 1898, where his regiment, the 25th U.S. infantry, caused the


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Lord of Doives (1289) and John de Dolas, Chief of his name and first of Cantray (1442), down through William


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Sir William de Dolyes, Knight Lord of Doives (1289) and John de Dolas, Chief of his


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Caste," Lazarillo in " Don Coesar de Bazan," and other parts. Toward the close of her first season she nad


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DE BAR, Benedict, actor, was bom in London, England, Nov. 5, 1812, of French descent. His first


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March 6, 1833, son of Abram I. and Maria (Van Houten) De Baun, grandson cf Isaac and Elizabeth (Yeury) De


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and died near Hackensack, N.J. John A. De Baun was prepared for college at Rutgers college grammar school, New Brunswick,


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the Forrest Home, in 1894. Mr. De Bar died in St.-Louis, Mo., Aug. 14, 1877.


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Nov. 5, 1855, son of Jean Daniel and Marguerite (Betterich) and grandson of Jean Daniel and Marguerite (Schillinger) De bs.


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DE CAMP, John, naval officer, was bom in New Jersey, Oct. 5, 1812. He entered the U.S.


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July 10, 1881, son of Ezekiel and Elizabeth (Carver) De Costa , grandson of Ezekiel and Rebecca (Hickling) De Costa,


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thence to Boston, Mass. Benjamin Franklin De Costa was grad-uated from the Biblical institute, now Boston University, in 1856. He


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March 31, 1826, son of John Hancock and Dotha (Woodward) De Forest, grandson of Benjamin and Mehetable (Curtis) De Forest,


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Forest, and a descendant of Isaac De Forest, who settled in New Amsterdam (New York city) in 1636. Isaac was


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May 8, 1850, son of Benjamin and Mary (Velleinan) De Frece. He was graduated from the University of the city


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DE GARMO, Charles, educator, was bom at Mukwanago, Wis., Jan. 7, 1849, son of Ruf us and


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, and a descendant of Pierre De Garmo, who came to Poughkeepsie, N.Y., in 1680. He was graduated at the


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(Wilbur) De Gamio, grandson of Elias De Garmo , and a descendant of Pierre De Garmo, who came to Poughkeepsie,


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son of M. F. and Margaret De Graffenried, and grandson of Baron De Graffenried of Swit-zerland. He was graduated from


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12, 1832, brother of William Frederick De Haas. He was educated in the public schools of his native city and


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DE KAY, Charles, author, was bom in Washington, D.C., July 25, 1848, son of Com. George Coleman


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Kay, and a descendant of William de Key, the first fiscal or treasurer of New Netherlands (1641 ). An orphan


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de Kay, grandson of Major George de Kay, and a descendant of William de Key, the first fiscal or treasurer


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DE KOVEN, Henry, Clergy man, was bom in Middletown, Conn., Jan. 24, 1819, son of Henry Louis


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DE KOVEN, James, educator, was bom in Middletown, Conn., Sept. 19, 1831, son of Henry Louis and


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DE KAY, Sidney, soldier, was bom in New York city, March 7,1845 , son of Com. George


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(Lebor) de Koven, grandson of John de Koven of Connecticut and a descendant, of Captain de Koven of the English


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at Oxford University in 1879. Henry de Koven received the degree of A. M. from Wesleyan in 1842 and that


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service, July 27, 1862, and Sidney de Kay served in the infantry. While a commodore on furlough in the navy


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Fitz-Greene Halleck's Life of Commodore George C. de Kay " (1847). Of his sons, Joseph Rodman Drake de Kay (1836-1886)


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during the civil war , George Coleman de Kay, bom in 1842, served as a lieutenant of artillery and was


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and nephew of the Rev. James de Koven, president of Racine college. He was taken to England by his father


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ln America and in England. Mr. de Koven is also the author of over one hun-dred compositions in song form,


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of Mr. Hogg in 1857, Mr. De Lamater established in New York city the De Lamater iron works where he


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: Mémoirs of the Hon. James de Lancey, Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of


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1753, son of Chief Justice James de Lancey (1703-60). He was educated in England, and was ensign in the British


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N.Y., about 1750, son of Peter de Lancey (1705-70), a merchant and a member of the New York state assembly,


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DE LANCEY, James, jurist, was bom in New York city, Nov 27, 1703, son of Etienne and


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DE LANCEY, Etienne, merchant, was bom in Caen, France, Oct. 24, 1663. In October, 1685, he escaped


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in 1752, son of Gen. Oliver de Laucey. He was educated in England, and received a commission in the British


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about 1740, son of Gen. Oliver de Lancey, loyalist. His education was acquired in England and he practised law in


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DE LANCEY, Oliver, soldier, was bom in New York City, Sept. 16, 1708, youngest son of Etienne


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DE LANCEY, Stephen, soldier, was bom in New York city about 1740, son of Gen. Oliver de


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(Floyd) de Lancey, grandson of James de Lancey, lieuteilant-gov-ernor and chief justice of the province of New 'York, and Anne


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DE LANO, Milton, représentative, was bom in Wampsville, Madison County, N.Y., Aug. ll, 1844. He was a


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he removed with his guardian, Edwin De Leon, to Washington, D. C , where he was educated at private schools


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the Southern wing in congress, Mr. De Leon went to Washington, and in conjunc-tion with Ellwood Fisher established The Sout?1'


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Dec. 28, 1832, son of Daniel and Mary (Brewer) De Motte, and grand-son of John De Motte and of John


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De Motte, and grand-son of John De Motte and of John Brewer. He was graduated from Indiana Asbury (afterward De


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Brewer, and a descendant of Richard De Motte of Long Island, N.Y., a Huguenot, who came to America the latter


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June 9, 1836, son of James and Sarah (Yardley) De Normandie , grandson of Jaques De Normandie, and descended from


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DE NORMANDIE, James, clergyman, was bom in Newport, Pa., June 9, 1836, son of James and Sarah


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his first American anoes-tor being André De Normandie, who settled in Bristol, Pa., in 1706. His maternai ancestor, William Yardley,


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De Normandie , grandson of Jaques De Normandie, and descended from an ancient French family, his first American anoes-tor being


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De Pauw, and grandson of Charles De Pauw, who came from France with Lafayette and served hi the Revolutionary war.


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to De Pauw University, and Mr. De Pauw gave to it in all more than $1,000,000. He also founded the


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Nov. ll, 1796, son of Frederick de Peyster , great^grandson of Abraham de Peyster, inayor of New York, 1691-95 ,


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DE PEYSTER, Frederic, historian, was born in New York city, Nov. ll, 1796, son of Frederick de


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de Peyster , great^grandson of Abraham de Peyster, inayor of New York, 1691-95 , chief justice of the province, treasurer


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DE PEYSTER, Abraham, colonial chief justice, was born in New York city, July 8,1658. He was a


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and gréa 14 grand-son of Johannes de Peyster (about 1600-1685), a French Huguenot, who emigrated to America about 1645 from


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residence of his son, Gen. John Watts de Peyster, at Tivoli-on-the-Hudson, N.Y., Aug. 17, 1882.


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statue in bronze of Col. Abraham de Peyster, his an-oestor, the president of the King's counell of New York and


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and eighth in descent from Johannes de Peyster, burgomaster in New Amsterdam, 1673. He was educated by private tutors, attended


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in 1796 , son of Thomas de Russy of St.-Malo, .France, who immigrated to America and took up his residence


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1818, son of Capt. René Edward de Russy, U.S. A. He was a cadet at the U.S. milltary academy, 1835-38,


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of Eusatia in France. Moses John De Rosset was educated in Europe and in the médical department of the University


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ea 12 grandson of Armand John De Rosset (1695-1766), M.D. of the University of Basle, Switzerland, who was the original


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in 1792, son of Henry William De Saussure, chancellor of South Carolina. He was graduated from Harvard in 1810, and


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1790-91 , and grand-son of Henry De Saussure, of an ancient family of Lorraine, France, who immigrated to America in


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DE SCHWEINITZ, Edmund, Moravian bishop, was bom at Bethlehem, Pa., March 20, 1825, gre212 grandson of Count


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state législature in November, 1852, Mr. De Saussure was elected for the remainder of Mr. Calhoun's term which expired March


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1816 , son of Gren. Joseph de Trobriand. He became a page of Charles X., then king of France, and


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firm name was changed to Theodore L. De Vinné & Co. He printed St.-Nicholas from its be


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DE VINNE, Daniel, clergyman, was bom in Londonderry, Ireland, Feb. 1, 1793. He was taken to America


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DE VRIES, Marion, représentative, was bom near Woodbridge, San-Joaquin oounty, Cal., Aug. 15, 1865. He was graduated


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Ulloa, Don Juan de Austria, Isla de Cuba, Isla de Luzon, General Lezo, Mar-ques del Duero, El Correo, Velasco, Isla


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the Reina Cristinar Castilla, Don Antonio de Ulloa, Don Juan de Austria, Isla de Cuba, Isla de Luzon, General Lezo,


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del Duero, El Correo, Velasco, Isla de Mindanao. Rapido and Hercules, opened fire. The United States fleet returaed the fire


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de Austria, Isla de Cuba, Isla de Luzon, General Lezo, Mar-ques del Duero, El Correo, Velasco, Isla de Mindanao. Rapido


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Don Antonio de Ulloa, Don Juan de Austria, Isla de Cuba, Isla de Luzon, General Lezo, Mar-ques del Duero, El


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Oct. 10, 1842, son of William Radcliffe and Mary (Wallace) De Witt. He was graduated at the College of New


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in August, 1789, son of John and Mary (Braisted) De Witt. He was graduated at the College of New Jersey


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DE WITT, John, clergyman, was bom in Catski U, N.Y., in August, 1789, son of John and


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DE WITT, Charles, delegate, was bom in Kingston, N.Y., in 1728. He was a member of the


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Feb. 25, 1792, son of John and Katherine (Vaji Vliet) De Witt of Newburgh, N.Y., and a descendant of Tj'erck


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March 18, 1764, son of Mark Anthony and Abigail (Potter) De Wolf. During the Revo-lutionary war he shipped as a


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DE WOLF, James, senator, was bom in Bristol, R.L, March 18, 1764, son of Mark Anthony and


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DE WITT, Thomas, clergyman, was bom at Kingston, N.Y., Sept. 18,1791. He wasgraduated at Union college in


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death of his brother Charles, Mr. de Young became éditorial as well as financial manager. In 1889 he was appointed


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Down, Ireland, and of Gren. Charles de Hass, an officer in the war of 1812, and a descendant of Gen.


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entered the counting bouse of James De Wolf. He was largely interested in whale fishery and also in the cotton


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, son of Francis and Eliza De Hart (Canfield) Doremus. He was graduated from the University of the city of


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William Douglas, D.D., who married Cornelia de Koven, daughter of the Hon. Hugh Thompson Dickey of New York, and Mary


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son of John William and Antonia Coetana de Paiva Pereira (Oardner) Draper, and grandson of John Christopher and Sarah (Ripley)


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married in 1881 to Antonia Coetana de Paiva Pereira, daugh-ter of Dr. Gardner of Rio Janeiro, attend-ing physician of


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whose great-grand-father was captain of Vasco de Gama's ship when he circumnav-igated Africa in 1497. Before the Revolu-tionary war some


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and in September, 1839, acted Julie de Mortemar in the original American production of " Richelieu," Edwin Forrest taking the


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1771 , son of Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours and Nicole-Charlotte-Marie-Louise (Le Dée de Rencourt) Du Pont. His godfather,


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, eldest son of Victor Marie Du Pont de Nemours. In 1798 he accompanied his parents to France and returned


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1812, second son of Eleuthère Irénée Du Pont de Nemours and Sophie Madeleine (Dalmas) Du Pont. He graduated at the


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27, 1803, son of Victor Marie Du Pont de Nemours and Gabrielle Josephine (de la Fite de Pelleport) Du Pont.


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Del. He married, Jan. 26,1766, Nicole-Charlotte-Marie-Louise Le Dée de Rencourt (died 1784). His second wife, who survived him, was Françoise


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1767, eldest son of Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours. At the age of Sixteen he was employ ed in


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Du Pont, daughter of Eleuthère Irénée Du Pont de Nemours. Du Pont Circle " in Washington was named for him


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married in 1794 to Gabrielle Josephine de la Fite de Pelleport. He died in Philadelphie Pa., Jan. 30, 1827.


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March 26, 1827, son of Levi and Salise (De Puy) Elmendorf , grandson of Martin and Rachel (Roosa) Elmendorf, and