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<I>Baird:</I> Family History, letter from George A. Baird to Melvin Dale Stewart and Velma May Fox Stewart
Baird: Family History, letter from George A. Baird to Melvin Dale Stewart and Velma May Fox Stewart
This letter was written by George A. Baird probably in the late 1940s to Melvin Dale Stewart and Velma May Fox. The Stewarts visited him in Canada in the summer of 1948.

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<I>Barwick:</I> John Noel Barwick newspaper death notice
Barwick: John Noel Barwick newspaper death notice
Printed in the Natchez Democrat 
 
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<I>Barwick:</I> John Noel Barwick newspaper funeral notice
Barwick: John Noel Barwick newspaper funeral notice
Printed in the Natchez Democrat 
 
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<I>Barwick:</I> Myrtle Dallas Barwick Fox -- death information bible record.
Barwick: Myrtle Dallas Barwick Fox -- death information bible record.
The handwriting of this record that descirbes the death of Myrtle Dallas Barwick Fox is that of Velma May Fox Stewart. The other handwriting descrbing the death of "my mother" is probably that of Myrtle Dallas Barwick in reference to her mother Orleanna (Emma Anna) Sharp Barwick. 
 
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<I>Bessonett:</I> Bessonett Coat of Arms from Armorial General by J.B Riestap.
Bessonett: Bessonett Coat of Arms from Armorial General by J.B Riestap.
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<I>Bessonett:</I> Bessonett Coat of Arms, Historisch Biographisches Lexicon Der Schweiz.
Bessonett: Bessonett Coat of Arms, Historisch Biographisches Lexicon Der Schweiz.
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<I>Bessonett:</I> Family Record from the 1850s
Bessonett: Family Record from the 1850s
This was probably prepared by John Bessonett Jr. in the 1850s when there was a possibility of a family fortune that existed in France. The document was to verify the lineage of the Bessonett family in the U.S. Nothing is known of the fortune. 
 
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<I>Bessonett:</I> John Bessonett will (transcribed) dated March 4, 1774.
Bessonett: John Bessonett will (transcribed) dated March 4, 1774.
 
 
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<I>Bessonett:</I> John Bessonett will abstract, Bucks County, Pennsylvania
Bessonett: John Bessonett will abstract, Bucks County, Pennsylvania
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<I>Bessonett:</I> John Bessonett, Jr., Death Certificate, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1892
Bessonett: John Bessonett, Jr., Death Certificate, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1892
 
 
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<I>Bessonett:</I> John P. Bessonett life in New York City
Bessonett: John P. Bessonett life in New York City
I don't know how John P. Bessonett is linked to the Bessonett family in Pennsylvania, but I know that they knew each other. He was mentioned in a letter writter by John Bessonett, Jr. John P. Bessonett's spouse was Mary. 
 
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<I>Bessonett:</I> Julia Fenton Bessonett (1835) and William Henry Bessonett (1836) christenings at St. James Episcopal Church, Bristol, Pennsylvania.
Bessonett: Julia Fenton Bessonett (1835) and William Henry Bessonett (1836) christenings at St. James Episcopal Church, Bristol, Pennsylvania.
Father is John Bessonett, Jr.
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<I>Bessonett:</I> Letter written by John Bessonett, Jr., in Philadelphia to his niece, Sylvania Penn (Fox) House in Natchez, Mississippi, February 9, 1865.
Bessonett: Letter written by John Bessonett, Jr., in Philadelphia to his niece, Sylvania Penn (Fox) House in Natchez, Mississippi, February 9, 1865.
In 1865 John Bessonett, Jr., was living at 413 Pine Street in Philadelphia. the address was a boarding house and John was listed as the manager.

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<I>Bessonett:</I> Letter written by John Bessonett, Jr., in Philadelphia to his sister Catharine Ann (Bessonett) Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, January 17, 1856.
Bessonett: Letter written by John Bessonett, Jr., in Philadelphia to his sister Catharine Ann (Bessonett) Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, January 17, 1856.
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<I>Bessonett:</I> Letter written by John Bessonett, Jr., in Philadelphia to his sister Catharine Ann (Bessonett) Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, October 30, 1867.
Bessonett: Letter written by John Bessonett, Jr., in Philadelphia to his sister Catharine Ann (Bessonett) Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, October 30, 1867.
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<I>Bessonett:</I> Various Bessonett deaths reported in the Bucks County Intelligencer, 1804 - 1834
Bessonett: Various Bessonett deaths reported in the Bucks County Intelligencer, 1804 - 1834
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<I>Bessonett:</I> Various Bessonett marriages newspaper notices from Bucks County
Bessonett: Various Bessonett marriages newspaper notices from Bucks County
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<I>Fox:</I> Anna M. Hand (Anna Marie Fox) death certificate, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1892
Fox: Anna M. Hand (Anna Marie Fox) death certificate, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1892
Anna M. Hand (Anna Marie Fox) was living at 1212 Cherry St. in Philadelphia at the time of her death. 
 
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<I>Fox:</I> Aubrey Emanuel 'Cooley' Fox, Sr. -- various newspaper death notices, The Commerical Appeal newspaper, Memphis, Tennessee
Fox: Aubrey Emanuel "Cooley" Fox, Sr. -- various newspaper death notices, The Commerical Appeal newspaper, Memphis, Tennessee
 
 
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<I>Fox:</I> Aubrey Emanuel 'Cooley' Fox, Sr., shown in a newspaper article from the Memphis Commercial Appeal, probably in the 1930s or 1940s.
Fox: Aubrey Emanuel "Cooley" Fox, Sr., shown in a newspaper article from the Memphis Commercial Appeal, probably in the 1930s or 1940s.
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<I>Fox:</I> Aubrey Emanuel Fox and Willie Allyne Townsley wedding invitation, 1923, Memphis, Tennessee
Fox: Aubrey Emanuel Fox and Willie Allyne Townsley wedding invitation, 1923, Memphis, Tennessee
 
 
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<I>Fox:</I> Caradine 'Carrie' Mary Fox and Charles R. Purnell Wedding Invtation, Natchez, Mississippi, 1891
Fox: Caradine "Carrie" Mary Fox and Charles R. Purnell Wedding Invtation, Natchez, Mississippi, 1891
 
 
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<I>Fox:</I> Carl Hall Fox Death Notice, Natchez Democrat, 1911
Fox: Carl Hall Fox Death Notice, Natchez Democrat, 1911
This clipping was found pasted to a page from a bible. 
 
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<I>Fox:</I> Carl Hall Fox newspaper death notice #2.
Fox: Carl Hall Fox newspaper death notice #2.
This clipping is from the Natchez Democrat. 
 
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<I>Fox:</I> James Coleman Fox and Catharine Ann Bessonet marriage record, St. James Epispocal Church, Bristol, Pennsylvania
Fox: James Coleman Fox and Catharine Ann Bessonet marriage record, St. James Epispocal Church, Bristol, Pennsylvania
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<I>Fox:</I> James Coleman Fox letter of reference written by William Struthers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1839.
Fox: James Coleman Fox letter of reference written by William Struthers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1839.
James C. Fox was the son of Samuel Fox and Elizabeth Wehling. The letter of reference was written by William Struthers, a marble mason in Philadelphia. William Struthers' company, William Struthers & Company, was a marble and contracting business in Philadelphia, whose commissions included the United States Mint, George Washington's sarcophagus and most of Philadelphia's most important monuments, including The Merchant's Exchange, the Philadelphia Exchange, The Pennsylvania & Reading Railroad Building, and the Mechanic's Bank. Note how the letter says, "No brickmakers in the City have had a better reputation than S. Fox & Sons." That's quite a good endorsement from someone as prominent in the United States as William Struthers. 
 
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<I>Fox:</I> Joanna Painter (Fox) Waddill death notice probably from the Natchez Democrat.
Fox: Joanna Painter (Fox) Waddill death notice probably from the Natchez Democrat.
 
 
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<I>Fox:</I> Letter written by Benjamin Duncan Fox in Petersburg, Georgia, to his sister Joanna Painter Fox probably in Natchez, Mississippi.  February 29, 186? (year is cut off of the photocopy)
Fox: Letter written by Benjamin Duncan Fox in Petersburg, Georgia, to his sister Joanna Painter Fox probably in Natchez, Mississippi. February 29, 186? (year is cut off of the photocopy)
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>Fox:</I> Letter written by James C. Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, to his brother Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 21, 1839.
Fox: Letter written by James C. Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, to his brother Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 21, 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>Fox:</I> Letter written by James C. Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, to his brother Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 17, 1839.
Fox: Letter written by James C. Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, to his brother Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 17, 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>Fox:</I> Letter written by James C. Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, to his brother Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 5, 1839.
Fox: Letter written by James C. Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, to his brother Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 5, 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>Fox:</I> Letter written by James C. Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, to his brother Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 28, 1839.
Fox: Letter written by James C. Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, to his brother Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 28, 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>Fox:</I> Letter written by James C. Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, to his brother Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 22, 1839.
Fox: Letter written by James C. Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, to his brother Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 22, 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>Fox:</I> Letter written by James C. Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, to Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 7, 1839
Fox: Letter written by James C. Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, to Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 7, 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>Fox:</I> Letter written by James C. Fox in New Orleans, Louisiana, to his brother Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 22, 1839.
Fox: Letter written by James C. Fox in New Orleans, Louisiana, to his brother Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 22, 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>Fox:</I> Letter written by James C. Fox in Wolf Lake, Mississippi, to his daughter Joanna Painter Fox in Natchez, Mississippi. August 6, 1854
Fox: Letter written by James C. Fox in Wolf Lake, Mississippi, to his daughter Joanna Painter Fox in Natchez, Mississippi. August 6, 1854
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>Fox:</I> Letter written by Joanna Painter Fox in Ringold, Georgia, to her mother Catharine Ann (Bessonett) Fox in Natchez, Mississippi.  September 15, 1866
Fox: Letter written by Joanna Painter Fox in Ringold, Georgia, to her mother Catharine Ann (Bessonett) Fox in Natchez, Mississippi. September 15, 1866
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>Fox:</I> Letter written by Mary Glenn, at the Jackson Mississippi Hospital to Benjamin Duncan Fox.  1863
Fox: Letter written by Mary Glenn, at the Jackson Mississippi Hospital to Benjamin Duncan Fox. 1863
A notation on the letter refers to Mary Glenn as Benjamin Duncan Fox's sweetheart. On this web site, there is another letter written by Benjamin Duncan Fox that refers to his "intended", but no actual name is mentioned.
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>Fox:</I> Map of Forest Hill Cemetery in Philadelphia showing the location of all the graves from Rondalson's Cemetery (a.k.a. Philadelphia Cemetery).
Fox: Map of Forest Hill Cemetery in Philadelphia showing the location of all the graves from Rondalson's Cemetery (a.k.a. Philadelphia Cemetery).
This is the location of all the Fox graves that were formerly in Ronaldson's. No headstones exist...only one marker for Rondalson.


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<I>Fox:</I> Map of the Fox plot at Natchez City Cemetery.  Also includes the location of Alfred Henry House grave.
Fox: Map of the Fox plot at Natchez City Cemetery. Also includes the location of Alfred Henry House grave.


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<I>Fox:</I> Newspaper article about Joanna Painter (Fox) Waddill and the flag petticoat.  State Times, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, October 27, 1960.
Fox: Newspaper article about Joanna Painter (Fox) Waddill and the flag petticoat. State Times, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, October 27, 1960.
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<I>Fox:</I> Samuel FOX cemetery lot record, Ronaldson's
Cemetery, 9th and Fitzwater Sts., Philadelphia
Fox: Samuel FOX cemetery lot record, Ronaldson's Cemetery, 9th and Fitzwater Sts., Philadelphia
 
 
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<I>Fox:</I> Samuel Fox obituary, August 17, 1870, Public Ledger newspaper, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Fox: Samuel Fox obituary, August 17, 1870, Public Ledger newspaper, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
 
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<I>Fox:</I> Velma May Fox and Melvin Dale Stewart marriage announcement, 1937, The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Tennessee
Fox: Velma May Fox and Melvin Dale Stewart marriage announcement, 1937, The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Tennessee
 
 
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<I>Fox:</I> William Grover Fox obituary from the Memphis Commercial Appeal, December 13, 1980
Fox: William Grover Fox obituary from the Memphis Commercial Appeal, December 13, 1980
 
 
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<I>Fox:</I> William Henry Harrison Fox, Sr., and Elizabeth Catherine House 50th wedding anniversary announcement, The Natchez Democrat, 1916.
Fox: William Henry Harrison Fox, Sr., and Elizabeth Catherine House 50th wedding anniversary announcement, The Natchez Democrat, 1916.
 
 
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<I>Fox:</I> William Henry Harrison Fox, Sr., and Elizabeth Catherine House marriage certificate, May 13, 1866
Fox: William Henry Harrison Fox, Sr., and Elizabeth Catherine House marriage certificate, May 13, 1866
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<I>Fox</I>: Carradine Mary 'Carrie' Fox wedding invitation to the marriage to Charles R. Purnell, June 10, 1891.
Fox: Carradine Mary "Carrie" Fox wedding invitation to the marriage to Charles R. Purnell, June 10, 1891.
This is a copy of a photocopy. 
 
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<I>Fox</I>: Fox and Bessonett brickmaking business daybook #1, Natchez, Mississippi, 1838
Fox: Fox and Bessonett brickmaking business daybook #1, Natchez, Mississippi, 1838
 
 
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<I>Fox</I>: Fox brickmaking business day book #2, Natchez, Mississippi
Fox: Fox brickmaking business day book #2, Natchez, Mississippi
 
 

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