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Commemorative biographical record of prominent and representative men of Indianapolis and vicinity, containing biographical sketches of business and professional men and of many of the early settled families

Commemorative biographical record of prominent and representative men of Indianapolis and vicinity, containing biographical sketches of business and professional men and of many of the early settled families

Fonte : Internet Archive

Commemorative biographical record of prominent and representative men of Indianapolis and vicinity, containing biographical sketches of business and professional men and of many of the early settled families

Commemorative biographical record of prominent and representative men of Indianapolis and vicinity, containing biographical sketches of business and professional men and of many of the early settled families

Fonte : Internet Archive

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by the Bishop of Glasgow, Richard de Baird, who in 1228 made a donation to the Abbol and Convent of


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and staying in England: Magistrus Ricardus de Barde, a witness in 1224 to a charter granted by the Bishop of


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the town of Stirling , Hugo de Laird, one of the sub-witnesses to a safe conduct granted King William, April


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followers of William the Conqueror: Henry de Barde, Mariscallus and Strivelin, who in 1 178 was a witness to a


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the reign of David Walter de Lindsay, son of Baron Baldric de Lin, Lav. was an Angli Norman, and


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Sweden 140 11. ('. ), William de Lindsay of Ericldun First of Scotland, 1133. Walter Lindsay of Ericldun, 1 150.


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and is a son of George W. and Ella (Williams) De Ford. His grandfather was a native of France, and


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Church. During the .Mexican war George W. De Ford served as a drummer. For twenty years he filled the office


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PERRY M. De FURD, a wealthy and prosperous farmer located in Section 19, Washington township. Marion


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Williams, the maternal grandfather of Perry M. De Ford, was horn in Franklin county, Ind., where he was reared to


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child who died in infancy. Mrs. De Ford died March 5, 1898, at the age of forty years, nine months.


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improved. At the present time Mr. De Ford is farming some eighty acres of land. In 1898 he lost his


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farmer of Delaware county, married Julia De Witt, and has children-Maggie (who married Nebraska Bullock, a farmer of Delaware county,


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born July 18, 1869,- married John De Witt, a farmer of Blackford county ,


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Joseph Wheeler. In front of Santiago de Cuba you found what you sought -"active service at the front." In this


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Society of the Army of Santiago de Cuba, made up of soldiers who served honorably in the Santiago campaign. Captain


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Preble county, Ohio, daughter of Jacob De-Mi tte. Air. De AIotte is of French Huguenot stock. He came from Ohio


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in Anderson, Ind., Miss Sarah Catherine De Motte, who was born in Preble county, Ohio, daughter of Jacob De-Mi tte.


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Sir Thomas de Gordon, son of Ricardus, confirmed by charter his father's donations to the churches


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Ricardus de Gordon, grandson of the R night and son of Adam de Gordon, became


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country. Mention is made of Adam de Gordon, and Adam, his son, during the reign of Ring Malcolm and of


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for his sec-ond wife Miss Esther De Camp, of Cincinnati.


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Sarah De Turk, daughter of Isaac and Lydia (Wagoner) De Turk, and the three children of this union are Isabel.


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second marriage was to Miss Sarah De Turk, daughter of Isaac and Lydia (Wagoner) De Turk, and the three children


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in which county her greatgreat-grandfather. Isaac De Teurck 1 as the name was originally spelled), settled. It is supposed that


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of French-Huguenot descent. Her father, Isaac De Turk, came from Pennsylvania, about eight miles from Reading, Berks county, in which


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Isaac De Turk. the father of this fa, was a pioneer of Washington township, Morgan


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Charles, Isaac, Oscar, Mattie and Katherine De Turk. (5) Isaac, who went to Santa-Rosa. Cal., became a great wine merchant


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( 111 ) Philip De Turk, born April 30, 1757.


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Mr. De Turk was well-to-do in Perks county at the time of his removal to


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habit, and hewas very moderate. Isaac De Turk lived to he nearly ninety-five. As may he judged, he was a


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[801, married Elizabeth De Haven, in Kentucky, and died in Fayette county, leaving a daughter, Nancy, now


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of 1812. The maternal grandfather, Peter De Mott. also had a large family, and died when an old man in


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of Edward the Confessor, one Nicholas de Albine, also Nigell or Xicholl, came over from Normandy, and was the common


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from West Alexandria, son of Aaron M. and Margaret (De Mott) Aten, natives of Kentucky.


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The maternal grandfather, Abram De Mott, was a native of Kentuckv, who moved to


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In partnership with his brother-in-law. Moses De-Camp, he purchased 100 acres in Butler county. Ohio, but this interest he disposed


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united in 1852 to Mi-s Rhoda De Camp, and on June 3, 1902. they celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary. Mrs.


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She was a daughter of Isaac De Turk, a native of Penn-sylvania, of French Huguenot descent. In his native State


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the county, ber parents being William De-Forest and Almira (Gott) Smith. Mrs. Fairbanks was bom in New York State in