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Page 401 - Report of the Board of Trustees of the Michigan Asylum for the Insane for- the years 1867-8.
Page 154 - ... known in the history of the Mohawk Valley. One of his exploits I have related on page 252, volume i. Young Wilson became attached to the army at the age of twelve years. His commission as ensign (which I have seen) is dated June ninth, 1781, four months previous to the surrender at Yorktown.
Page 27 - Ypsilanti in 1872 and 1874, and mayor in 1880; was prosecuting attorney of Washtenaw county in 1872; was elected to the lower house of the legislature in 1876, serving as chairman of the committee on education; was again elected in 1878, at which time he was elected speaker pro...
Page 235 - County about 1820, being one of the earliest settlers in that section, where he lived on a farm until his death, which occurred in 1870. Jay A. Hubbell attended the common schools and worked on his father's farm until he was eighteen years of age. After two years of preparatory study at Romeo and Rochester...
Page 158 - He also is a member of the Union League Club of New York, the Century, Metropolitan, Riding, Republican, Lawyers, Down Town and Army and Navy clubs and of the New York Bar Association.
Page 350 - ... American independence. Elliott T. is the only son of Giles B. Slocum and Sophia Maria Brigham Truax. On his paternal side he can go back ten generations to Anthony Slocum, who is recorded as one of the forty-six " first and ancient " purchasers of the territory of Cohannet, now Massachusetts.
Page 178 - He is a man to whom the most envious can scarcely grudge success, so well has he earned it, so well does he use it, so entirely does he lack pride of purse.
Page 27 - ... winters; graduated from the State Normal School in March, 1864; taught the Union School in Vassar, Michigan, for the three months following, when he enlisted and helped to raise a company for the Twenty-ninth Michigan Infantry; was commissioned First Lieutenant in that regiment in the following September, and went with it southwest, where the regiment was engaged in active campaigning until the...
Page 396 - Burnham, the subject of this sketch, was educated in the common schools of the town, and at Bridgton Academy.
Page 235 - ... Michigan, about 1820, being one of the earliest settlers in that section. He lived on a farm until his death, which occurred in 1870. Jay A. Hubbell attended the common schools and worked on a farm until he was eighteen years of age. After two years of preparatory study at Romeo and Rochester, Michigan, at times interrupted by a painful disease of the eyes, he entered the Sophomore Class of .the University of Michigan, at Ann Arbor, and graduated in 1853. He then read law for two years at Pontiac...