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<I>Fox</I>: Velma May Fox Stewart obituary.
Fox: Velma May Fox Stewart obituary.
 
 
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<I>Hand:</I> Edward Hand portrait donated 1875 by Anna M. (Fox) Hand to the Historical Society of Philadelphia.
Hand: Edward Hand portrait donated 1875 by Anna M. (Fox) Hand to the Historical Society of Philadelphia.
This is excerpted from: History of the portrait collection, Independence National Historical Park By Doris Devine Fanelli, Karie Diethorn. General Edward Hand was the grandfather-in-law of Anna Marie Fox Hand. 
 
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<I>Hand:</I> Letter regarding J. E. Hand written by I. Warrin in Georgetown, Washington, D.C., to Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, May 1, 1839
Hand: Letter regarding J. E. Hand written by I. Warrin in Georgetown, Washington, D.C., to Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, May 1, 1839
The original of this letter is in the Samuel M. Fox correspondence records at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.


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<I>Hand:</I> Letter written by Anna Marie (Fox) Hand in Philadelphia to Catharine Ann (Bessonett) Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, November 7, 1853.
Hand: Letter written by Anna Marie (Fox) Hand in Philadelphia to Catharine Ann (Bessonett) Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, November 7, 1853.
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<I>Hand:</I> Letter written by Anna Marie (Fox) Hand in Philadelphia to Joanna Painter (Fox) Waddill in Natchez, Mississippi. July 15, 1855
Hand: Letter written by Anna Marie (Fox) Hand in Philadelphia to Joanna Painter (Fox) Waddill in Natchez, Mississippi. July 15, 1855
The original of this letter is now at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Waddill Family Papers (Mss. 4578), Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collection, Special Collections, Hill Memorial Library, since 1997.

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<I>Hand:</I> Letter written by Anna Marie (Fox) Hand in Philadelphia to Joanna Painter (Fox) Waddill probably in Louisiana.  May 25, 1878
Hand: Letter written by Anna Marie (Fox) Hand in Philadelphia to Joanna Painter (Fox) Waddill probably in Louisiana. May 25, 1878
The original of this letter is now at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Waddill Family Papers (Mss. 4578), Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collection, Special Collections, Hill Memorial Library, since 1997.

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<I>Hand:</I> Letter written by Anna Marie (Fox) Hand in Philadelphia to Sylvania Penn (Fox) House in Natchez, Mississippi. August 20, 1870
Hand: Letter written by Anna Marie (Fox) Hand in Philadelphia to Sylvania Penn (Fox) House in Natchez, Mississippi. August 20, 1870
This letter describes the death and funeral of Samuel Fox in Philadelphia. The original of this letter is now at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Waddill Family Papers (Mss. 4578), Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collection, Special Collections, Hill Memorial Library, since 1997.

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<I>Hand:</i> Sallie M. (Hand) Herriott Death Information
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Hand: Sallie M. (Hand) Herriott Death Information

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<I>Herriott:</I> Joseph Diver Herriott civil war discharge record.
Herriott: Joseph Diver Herriott civil war discharge record.
He was living at 1212 Cherry St. at the time of his discharge. Note that one more person on this record was also living there as well as one person who lived nearby at 1210. 
 
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<I>Hopper:</I> Eliza Fox Hopper death certificate, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1872
Hopper: Eliza Fox Hopper death certificate, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1872
 
 
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<I>House:</I> Alfred Henry House and Maria E. Smith marriage certificate.  May 25, 1871
House: Alfred Henry House and Maria E. Smith marriage certificate. May 25, 1871


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<I>House:</I> Natchez Children's Home (Orphanage) records showing the admission of Elizabeth Catharine House (age 10), Samuel Clay House (age 8), Alfred Henry House (age 6), and Mary Julia House (age 3) in April 1851.

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House: Natchez Children's Home (Orphanage) records showing the admission of Elizabeth Catharine House (age 10), Samuel Clay House (age 8), Alfred Henry House (age 6), and Mary Julia House (age 3) in April 1851. Click the thumbnail image to open the PDF in a new window.
 
 
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<I>House:</I> Samuel Clay House and Sylvania Penn Fox marriage certificate. September 20, 1869
House: Samuel Clay House and Sylvania Penn Fox marriage certificate. September 20, 1869


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<I>Howe:</I> Howe family in the 1870 Census, Riley Township, St. Clair County, Michigan
Howe: Howe family in the 1870 Census, Riley Township, St. Clair County, Michigan
 
 
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<I>Humason:</I> Mary Julia (House) Humason Death Notice, Natchez Democrat, June 24, 1924
Humason: Mary Julia (House) Humason Death Notice, Natchez Democrat, June 24, 1924
 
 
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<I>Humason:</I> Preston Clifford Humason and Mary Julia House marriage certificate. April 10, 1871
Humason: Preston Clifford Humason and Mary Julia House marriage certificate. April 10, 1871


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<I>Keyser:</I> John Fox and Hester Keyser family information
Keyser: John Fox and Hester Keyser family information
This is from a book titled "The Keyser Family, Descendants of Dirck Keyser of Amsterdam" compiled by Charles S. Keyser for the Bicentennial Reunion of the Keyser Family 1688-1888. Published in Philadelphia, 1889 
 
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<I>Lancaster:</I> Vernon Lancaster, Jr., death notice.
Lancaster: Vernon Lancaster, Jr., death notice.
 
 
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<I>McGehee:</I> Orleanna McGehee - handwritten history
McGehee: Orleanna McGehee - handwritten history
This history was prepared by a descendant of Orleanna McGehee. The copy was obtained by Irvin William Fox and Martha Chrisman Fox on a genealogy trip through Mississippi in the 1980s. See also the handwritten history for Joseph Arrington Sharp, the husband of Orleanna McGehee. 
 
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<I>Norman:</I> Joann Norman Fox, Nursing Certificate
Norman: Joann Norman Fox, Nursing Certificate
 
 
71
<I>Painter:</I> George W. Painter Death Certificate, 106 Filbert St., Philadelphia
Painter: George W. Painter Death Certificate, 106 Filbert St., Philadelphia
 
 
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<I>Painter:</I> Joanna (Cronin) Painter Death Dertificate, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 19, 1863
Painter: Joanna (Cronin) Painter Death Dertificate, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 19, 1863
 
 
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<I>Painter:</I> Letter written by William Dawson Painter in Memphis to Catharine Ann (Bessonett) Fox in Natchez, Mississippi. May 24, 1857
Painter: Letter written by William Dawson Painter in Memphis to Catharine Ann (Bessonett) Fox in Natchez, Mississippi. May 24, 1857
The original of this letter is now at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Waddill Family Papers (Mss. 4578), Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collection, Special Collections, Hill Memorial Library, since 1997.

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<I>Painter:</I> Marriage certificate for William Dawson Painter and Bettie H. Thompson, Philadelphia, September 13, 1859.
Painter: Marriage certificate for William Dawson Painter and Bettie H. Thompson, Philadelphia, September 13, 1859.
 
 
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<I>Rumsey:</I> Luke Dale Rumsey and Mary Jane Brines Marriage Certificate
Rumsey: Luke Dale Rumsey and Mary Jane Brines Marriage Certificate
 
 
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<I>Schingle:</I> Brenda Kay (Smith) Schingle -- internet death notice, August 15, 1999
Schingle: Brenda Kay (Smith) Schingle -- internet death notice, August 15, 1999
This notice appeared online on the Log Cabin Democrat web site. 
 
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<I>Sharp:</I> Eli Sharp (6 years old) as an orphan bound to Samuel Brackin, January 1799, Caswell County, North Carolina (PDF)
Sharp: Eli Sharp (6 years old) as an orphan bound to Samuel Brackin, January 1799, Caswell County, North Carolina (PDF)
The same document mentions that George Sharp (8 years old) as an orphan bound to Granberry Voss.

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<I>Sharp:</I> George Sharp (8 years old) as an orphan bound to Granberry Voss, January 1799, Caswell County, North Carolina (PDF)
Sharp: George Sharp (8 years old) as an orphan bound to Granberry Voss, January 1799, Caswell County, North Carolina (PDF)
The same document mentions that Eli Sharp (6 years old) as an orphan bound to Samuel Brackin.

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<I>Sharp:</I> George Sharp and Benjamin C. West named as executors for the will of Eli Sharp (PDF), April 13, 1814, Caswell County, North Carolina
Sharp: George Sharp and Benjamin C. West named as executors for the will of Eli Sharp (PDF), April 13, 1814, Caswell County, North Carolina
George Sharp and Eli Sharp were brothers in Caswell County, North Carolina.

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<I>Sharp:</I> George Sharp and Mary Hamilton (a.k.a. in this document as Polly Hambleton) Marriage Bond, Caswell County, North Carolina, November 25, 1811
Sharp: George Sharp and Mary Hamilton (a.k.a. in this document as Polly Hambleton) Marriage Bond, Caswell County, North Carolina, November 25, 1811
Polly was often a nickname for Mary. Hambleton is a variation on the spelling of Hamilton.

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<I>Sharp:</I> Joseph Arrington Sharp - handwritten history.
Sharp: Joseph Arrington Sharp - handwritten history.
This history was prepared by a descendant of Joseph Arrington Sharp. The copy was obtained by Irvin William Fox and Martha Chrisman Fox on a genealogy trip through Mississippi in the 1980s. See also the handwritten history for Orleanna McGehee, the wife of Joseph Arrington Sharp. 
 
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<I>Sharp:</I> Orleanna (McGehee) Sharp deeds land in Libery, Amite County, Mississippi, to her children for the purpose of the Sharp Family Cemetery.  October 19, 1903
Sharp: Orleanna (McGehee) Sharp deeds land in Libery, Amite County, Mississippi, to her children for the purpose of the Sharp Family Cemetery. October 19, 1903
A note on the back of the photocopy reads: Col. (Ret) T. R. Sharp, 2801 Taylor Ave., El Paso, Texas, 79930. No listing in 1993. 
 
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<I>Stewart:</I> George Stewart and Margaret Jones Research Results in County Tyrone, Ireland, 2004
Stewart: George Stewart and Margaret Jones Research Results in County Tyrone, Ireland, 2004
This is a report I received from a commissioned research project conducted in 2004. Essentially, nothing was readily found about George Stewart and Margaret Jones in County Tyrone. 
 
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<I>Stewart:</I> James Oscar Stewart -- Naturalization Certificate, July 6, 1942
Stewart: James Oscar Stewart -- Naturalization Certificate, July 6, 1942
 
 
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<I>Stewart:</I> James Oscar Stewart birth record.
Stewart: James Oscar Stewart birth record.
Note the incorrect spelling of the middle name.
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<I>Stewart:</I> Letter written by Velma May (Fox) Stewart in Memphis, Tennessee, to her aunt Carradine Mary (Fox) Purnell in Natchez, Mississippi, about 1950.
Stewart: Letter written by Velma May (Fox) Stewart in Memphis, Tennessee, to her aunt Carradine Mary (Fox) Purnell in Natchez, Mississippi, about 1950.
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<I>Stewart:</I> Robert Dale Stewart birth announcement, The Commercial Appeal newspaper, Memphis, Tennessee, 1948
Stewart: Robert Dale Stewart birth announcement, The Commercial Appeal newspaper, Memphis, Tennessee, 1948
 
 
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<I>Tomkins:</I> Letha Elizabeth (May) Tomkins obituary from the Natchez Democrat web site, November 25, 2003.
Tomkins: Letha Elizabeth (May) Tomkins obituary from the Natchez Democrat web site, November 25, 2003.
 
 
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<I>Tomkins:</I> Letter written by Letha Elizabeth (May) Tomkins in Natchez, Mississippi, to Robert Dale Stewart in Naperville, Illinois, January 11, 1999
Tomkins: Letter written by Letha Elizabeth (May) Tomkins in Natchez, Mississippi, to Robert Dale Stewart in Naperville, Illinois, January 11, 1999
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<I>Tomkins:</I> Letter written by Letha Elizabeth (May) Tomkins in Natchez, Mississippi, to Robert Dale Stewart in Naperville, Illinois, January 3, 2000.
Tomkins: Letter written by Letha Elizabeth (May) Tomkins in Natchez, Mississippi, to Robert Dale Stewart in Naperville, Illinois, January 3, 2000.
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<I>Tomkins:</I> Letter written by Letha Elizabeth (May) Tomkins in Natchez, Mississippi, to Robert Dale Stewart in Naperville, Illinois, June 16, 1999.
Tomkins: Letter written by Letha Elizabeth (May) Tomkins in Natchez, Mississippi, to Robert Dale Stewart in Naperville, Illinois, June 16, 1999.
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<I>Tomkins:</I> Letter written by Letha Elizabeth (May) Tomkins in Natchez, Mississippi, to Robert Dale Stewart in Naperville, Illinois, November 21, 1998.
Tomkins: Letter written by Letha Elizabeth (May) Tomkins in Natchez, Mississippi, to Robert Dale Stewart in Naperville, Illinois, November 21, 1998.
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<I>Tomkins</I> May L. Folds Obituary
Tomkins May L. Folds Obituary
From the Natchez Democrat newspaper, September 29, 2013 
 
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<I>Townsley:</I> Allyne (Townsley) Fox -- death notice
Townsley: Allyne (Townsley) Fox -- death notice
From The Commercial Appeal newspaper, Memphis, Tennessee 
 
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<I>Townsley</I>: Allyne Townsley Fox and Frank Anthony Farino wedding accouncement.
Townsley: Allyne Townsley Fox and Frank Anthony Farino wedding accouncement.
 
 
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<I>Waddill:</I> Transcription of a letter writter by Mrs. M. B. McGehee to Joanna Painter (Fox) Waddill, December 12, 1864.
Waddill: Transcription of a letter writter by Mrs. M. B. McGehee to Joanna Painter (Fox) Waddill, December 12, 1864.
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<I>Wehling:</I> Elizabeth (Wehling) Fox death certificate, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1837
Wehling: Elizabeth (Wehling) Fox death certificate, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1837
In 1837 the Samuel Fox family was living at 40 Filbert St. in Philadelphia. Elizabeth Wehling Fox was buried in the Fox plot at Rondalson's Cemetery in Philadelphia. 
 
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Benjamin Duncan Fox Civil War payroll records.
Benjamin Duncan Fox Civil War payroll records.
 
 
99
William Henry Bessonnett military record showing death date and place.
William Henry Bessonnett military record showing death date and place.
 
 

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