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History of Oneida County, New York : from 1700 to the present time (Vol. 2)

History of Oneida County, New York : from 1700 to the present time (Vol. 2)

Fonte : Internet Archive

History of Oneida County, New York : from 1700 to the present time (Vol. 2)

History of Oneida County, New York : from 1700 to the present time (Vol. 2)

Fonte : Internet Archive

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married, at Utiea, to Miss Matilda E. De Vito, and they have one daughter, Florence, who was born March 8,


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only child of Dr. and Mrs. De Long died in infancy. The Doctor is a member of the Arcanum Club


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and is a son of Joseph and Margaret E. (Van Slyke) De La Fleur.


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a number of government appointments. Mr. De La Fleur was born in Carthage, New York, on the 20th of June,


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Grace Both Mr. and Mrs. De La Fleur hold membership in the Congregational church, and fraternally he is identified


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FREDERICK J. DE LA FLEUR.


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English unite in making of Mr. De La Fleur a formidable opponent in argument and a power in the court


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years and with apparent ease. Vincent De Lalla, prominent as a druggist and manufacturing pharmacist, whose place of business is


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10, 1883, a son of Emanuel De Lalla. The father has been for many years an Italian government official and


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Vincent De Lalla received his preliminary education at the Victor Emanuel gymnasium of Naples, Italy.


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1903, at New York city, Mr. De Lalla was married to Miss Antoinette Perrillo, a native of New York city,


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from Holland and his wife, Rachel de la Montagne, a daughter of Jean de la Montagne, a French gentleman and


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la Montagne, a daughter of Jean de la Montagne, a French gentleman and chief in Governor Kieft's council. Madam Van


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to be intimately acquainted with Frederick De Wolf Smyth, of Utica, now deceased, will agree that he possessed exceptional ability


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deaths that Utica must mourn." FREDERICK DE WOLF SMYTH.


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1879, being a son of Andrew and Wilhelmina (Lamar) De Bisschop. Mr. De Bisschop, Sr., moved with his family to


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and Wilhelmina (Lamar) De Bisschop. Mr. De Bisschop, Sr., moved with his family to Southington, Connecticut, and there the son


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FRANK J. DE BISSCHOP.


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The first employment of Mr. De Bisschop, whose name stands at the head of this sketch, was with the


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under the instruction of Professor William B. De Garmo, unquestionably the greatest master of dancing in America, whose studio is