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Hiram Elwood, the banker, or, Like father, like son

Arthur, T. S.

Hiram Elwood, the banker, or, Like father, like son

by Arthur, T. S.

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Published by Allen in New York .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination93 p.
Number of Pages93
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17795540M
OCLC/WorldCa5122542

  Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son () ★ Martin Lawrence, Brandon T. Jackson. Malcolm Turner and his stepson go under cover at a girls school of the performing arts to flush out a : Ed Stockly. Chapter XLII. Biographical Sketches – Richland. E. T. OCHS dealer in agricultural implements, a stanch and conservative business man of Quakertown, was born Febru , in Saucon township, Lehigh county. He is a son of Samuel and Lydia Ochs.

Susanna was married to Abraham Mensch, of Herford township. II. George Huff, son of John Frederick, and the grandfather of the Honorable George F. Huff, of Greensburg, was born August i, , at Hufif's Church. Fie was a farmer and a hotel keeper and of the Lutheran religious faith as had been his father. JOHN HILL was born at Windsor Castle, Berks county, Pennsylvania, , son of Jacob Hill, a soldier of the Revolution, and grandson of John Daniel Hill, who was born in Philadelphia county, Pennsylvania, about , and late in life removed from Windsor Castle, Berks county, to Greensburg, Westmoreland county, where he died about The family is .

Biographical information about Ken Brovald and his father Arthur Melvin Brovald, notes, photographs and captions for Brovald's book "Silent Towns on the Prairie," captions and photos for a book that never materialized on the s depression in ND, railroad slides and photographs with descriptions, short stores by Brovald, news clippings and. MAXIM, HIRAM S. Like his father Isaac, below, Hiram (b ) was a Brewster descendant. Like his brothers Hudson and Samuel, also below, he was of Generation (See Isaac for the lineage.) The medals on Hiram's chest are presumably recognition given him by various nations for the invention of the Maxim Gun, a lightweight, portable machine gun.


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