American Ancestry: Embracing lineages from the whole of the United States. 1888[-1898. Ed. by Frank Munsell (Google eBook)

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J. Munsell's sons, 1888 - Albany (N.Y.)
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Page 83 - important service" [first appointment in NY State to that rank, hitherto elective"], 1851, MFSNY; Military Agent SNY in Europe, 1851-53, authorized and endorsed by USA, 1851-3 ; assisted in organization of present Police, N. Y., and first reported in favor of Paid Fire Department with Fire Escapes and Steam Engines, 1852-3; Adjutant-General SNY, 1855; Brevet Major-General SNY for " meritorious services,'* by "Special Act " or
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Page 22 - To the lasting memory of Maj. Lewis Burwell, of the county of Gloucester, in Virginia, gentleman, who descended from the ancient family of the Burwells, of the counties of Bedford and Northampton...
Page 18 - In 1872 the degree of Master of Arts was conferred on him by the trustees of Bowdoin College as a result of three years of successful teaching after his graduation.
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