Hopkins Carpenter, 1808-1878, pioneer in Linn County, Kansas
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Hopkins Carpenter, 1808-1878, pioneer in Linn County, Kansas a genealogy of his descendants to 1978 and his probable line of descent from William Carpenter of Providence by Louise Carpenter Licklider

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Published by L.C. Licklider in Arlington, Mass .
Written in English



  • Linn County (Kan.)


  • Carpenter family.,
  • Linn County (Kan.) -- Genealogy.

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Edition Notes

Statementcompiled by Louise Carpenter Licklider, [1978]
LC ClassificationsCS71.C3 1978
The Physical Object
Pagination213 p. :
Number of Pages213
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3233263M
LC Control Number83146324

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GENEALOGIES AND FAMILY NEWSLETTERS. The Midwest Historical and Genealogical Society Library, located at North Main, Wichita, KS, is open for research on Tuesday and Saturday from a.m. until p.m. (Call () for holiday closings.). "PIERCE, ASHLEY--Born in Harrison County, Indiana, J ; came to Oregon and settled in Linn County, and was one of the active men who aided in forming that county; was the first delegate from that county to take fruit to the horticultural society. Is now a ferryman by occupation, and resides at Albany. Married, in , Miss Susan Read.". "BABER, G. HBorn in Bedford County, Virginia, February ; came to Oregon in , and remained in Oregon City until the following year, when he moved to what is now Linn County. The gold excitement in California called him to that State in ; he mined three months with great success, on the American River. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.

Sep and 1 Jan ; Hopkins Carpenter, , Pioneer in Linn County, Kansas (privately published, Arlington, MA, ). *****. Hopkins Carpenter Sr., born c, died c near Dayton OH, a 7th-generation descendant of William Carpenter of Providence RI as follows: Hopkins/7 Carpenter Hopkins/6 Sr. and Mehitable (Pearce). ELEANOR DUNCAN [8] born January 1, , married Janu Eddy Linn Breckenridge, born December 7th, , son of Alexander and Magdolene (Gamble) Breckenridge of Bourbon county, Kentucky. Eddy Linn Breckenridge served in the War of and later moved with his family to Clay county, Missouri, Octo He died July 1st, Part B - Bushnell Family Genealogy. download Report. Comments. Transcription. Part B - Bushnell Family Genealogy. Meta (D) Carpenter WILDE {US} (F: Nov 25 - Oct) Niall WILDE (see: Eric Frank RUSSELL) Oscar WILDE (see: Mabel (May/Mary Agnes) COSGROVE) Mrs Oscar, WILDE (see: Constance WILDE) Oscar (Fingal O'Flahertie Wills) WILDE, aka Sebastian MELMOTH (M: Oct 16 - Nov 30) (&ps: C 3 3) Ravenna [p|] ,B Poems [p|] ,D.

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