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In 1852, sixty-three-year-old Elijah Davidson and his family set out for Oregon Territory By 1854, more than a dozen Disciples families from Monmouth, many of them related to each other or to Davidson, had joined him.
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1852 and Elijah
Elijah Marsh was the first postmaster of the office, which operated from July 24, 1837, until July 29, 1852.
The congregation used this building until 1852, when the larger building on Main Street in Kingston was constructed on land purchased from Elijah Stout.
The congregation worshipped in this frame structure until 1852, when the present building on Main Street in Kingston was constructed on land purchased from Elijah Stout.
1852 and Davidson
1852 and family
Robert E. Lee was appointed superintendent of the Academy in 1852, and Stuart became friends with the Lee family, seeing them socially on frequent occasions.
During the 20th century, a group of celebrated artists, including Calder, Chagall, Dufy, Léger, Matisse, Miró, and Picasso, rediscovered the largely undeveloped art form of lithography thanks to the Mourlot Studios, also known as Atelier Mourlot, a Parisian printshop founded in 1852 by the Mourlot family.
Arriving in the area known as " East Butte " in 1852, the family settled and became involved in organizing and building the East Butte School, a general store ( which starting in 1886 housed the area's post office ) and a meeting hall, and renamed East Butte to " Tigardville " in 1886.
When his condition reached mortal danger, he was taken back to his family home in Coupvray, where he died in 1852, two days after he had reached the age of forty-three.
* The Freeman family of Fawley Court: Several generations of Freemans lived at Fawley Court on the outskirts of Henley from 1684 to 1852.
Around the middle of the century, wealthy Yankees such as the Wetmore family also began constructing larger mansions such as Chateau-sur-Mer ( 1852 ) nearby.
On July 20, 1852, the first family to reside in the county, William and Margaret Brockway and their two children moved into a logging shanty on Mitchell Creek.
Marriott-Slaterville City was originally settled by several Mormon pioneer families, in 1852, including the Richard Slater family, and the Perry, Smout, Marriott and Field families.
In the 19th century, long after the demise of the other branches, the family claimed name and title of Counts Báthory, since their ancestor Michael had never consented to the sale conducted by his brothers, and in 1852 the Russian government confirmed the legitimacy of their claims.
In 1852, opposite the wing of the Louvre, Baron Haussmann enlarged the Place du Palais-Royal that is centered on the baroque Palais Royal, built for Cardinal Richelieu in 1624 and willed to the royal family, with its garden surrounded by chic commercial arcades.
His father, Arthur Hyde, whose family were originally from Castlehyde, Fermoy, County Cork, was Church of Ireland rector of Kilmactranny, County Sligo from 1852 to 1867, and it was here that Hyde spent his early years.
Dr. Hanna went into partnership with his brother Robert, starting a grocery business in Cleveland, and relocated his family there in 1852.
In 1852, George's father was designated the heir presumptive to the childless King Frederick VII of Denmark, and the family became Princes and Princesses of Denmark.
The Fitzroy family had become the main property owner in the area and in 1852 the central section of the New Road, between Osnaburgh Street and Kings Cross, was renamed Euston Road after Euston Hall, their country house.
Reid was born in Johnstone, Renfrewshire, Scotland, son of a Church of Scotland minister, migrated to Victoria with his family in 1852.
He came from Scotland with his family in 1852, on the Hudson's Bay Company ship Norman Morison, to establish a farm for the Puget Sound Agricultural Company, a subsidiary of the Hudson's Bay Company.
Solo Whist was first played in the Low Countries in the first half of the 19th century and in England somewhere about the year 1852 by a family of Dutch Jews.
Count Franz Conrad von Hötzendorf ( – the proper family name is Conrad ) ( November 11, 1852 – August 25, 1925 ) was an Austrian soldier and Chief of the General Staff of the Austro-Hungarian Army at the outbreak of World War I.
The Rothschild family had begun to acquire vast tracts of land in Buckinghamshire earlier in the century, on which they built a series of large mansions from 1852 onwards.
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In 1852, Dr. John McHale, Archbishop of Tuam set aside land in Bunnacurry for the building of a monastery.
It may be worked out from the opera's dialogue that Frederic's birthday is February 29, 1852 thus making the opera set in 1873.
This brought an end to the Russell Whig government and set the stage for a general election in July 1852 which eventually brought the Conservatives to power in a minority government under the Earl of Derby.
According to his The New York Times obituary published on April 3, 1872, Morse received respectively the decoration of the Atiq Nishan-i-Iftikhar ( English: Order of Glory ) medal on wearer's right depicted in photo of Morse with medals, set in diamonds, from the Sultan Ahmad I ibn Mustafa of Turkey ( c. 1847 ), a golden snuff box containing the Prussian gold medal for scientific merit from the King of Prussia ( 1851 ); the Great Gold Medal of Arts and Sciences from the King of Württemberg ( 1852 ); and the Great Golden Medal of Science and Arts from Emperor of Austria ( 1855 ); a cross of Chevalier in the Légion d ' honneur from the Emperor of France ; the Cross of a Knight of the Order of the Dannebrog from the King of Denmark ( 1856 ); the Cross of Knight Commander of the Order of Isabella the Catholic, from the Queen of Spain, besides being elected member of innumerable scientific and art societies in this States and other countries.
The first known European settler of Houghton was named Ransom Shelden, who set up a store named Ransom's near Portage Lake, though it is unclear whether this was in the same building as the 1852 Shelden and Shafer drugs, sometimes described as " the first commercial building constructed in Houghton ," which Shelden owned with his son Ransom B.
In the United Kingdom, Charles Frederick Field set up an enquiry office upon his retirement from the Metropolitan Police in 1852.
Revere was set off from Chelsea and incorporated in 1846 and Winthrop was set off from Revere and incorporated in 1852.
Brackettville was founded in 1852 originally as the town of Brackett and named for Oscar B. Brackett, who came to set up a stage stop and opened the town's first dry-goods store.
In 1852, the community of Hornellsville set itself apart as an incorporated village and became a city ( Hornell ) in 1888.
In parallel response to a general demand for better quality education, the Catholic Church set up Saint Joseph's Institution ( 1852 ) and Canossa Convent ( 1879 ), while Methodist missionaries founded the Anglo-Chinese School ( 1886 ) and Methodist Girls ' School ( 1887 ).
The downfall of the Russell government set the stage for another general election to Parliament to be held in July 1852.
He felt bitterly the humiliation of Prussia by Austria after the victory of the reaction ; and in 1852 he set his signature reluctantly to the treaty which, in his view, surrendered the " constitutional rights of Schleswig and Holstein ".
In his presidential address to the British Association in 1871, Lord Kelvin stated his belief that the application of the prismatic analysis of light to solar and stellar chemistry had never been suggested directly or indirectly by anyone else when Stokes taught it to him at Cambridge University some time prior to the summer of 1852, and he set forth the conclusions, theoretical and practical, which he learnt from Stokes at that time, and which he afterwards gave regularly in his public lectures at Glasgow. Kirchhoff These statements, containing as they do the physical basis on which spectroscopy rests, and the way in which it is applicable to the identification of substances existing in the sun and stars, make it appear that Stokes anticipated Kirchhoff by at least seven or eight years.
It only outlawed burials in City churchyards in 1852, allowing municipalities to set up their own subsidised cemeteries in competition.
The set of panels illustrate key historical scenes starting from the first voortrekkers of 1835, up to the signing of the Sand River Convention in 1852.
" The Minstrel Boy " is an Irish patriotic song written by Thomas Moore ( 1779 – 1852 ) who set it to the melody of The Moreen, an old Irish air.
He set out for the Peruvian interior on 1852, heading across the Andes towards his goal, the ancient Inca city of Cuzco.