2 edition of Notes on the history of medicine in Houston County prior to 1900 found in the catalog.
Notes on the history of medicine in Houston County prior to 1900
Nora H. Guthrey
|Statement||by Nora H. Guthrey.|
|LC Classifications||R255.H6 G8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||med47003302|
ALEXANDER. Caleb P. Alexander was a partner along with Caleb Brock and Joseph and John McKean who went together with William Matthews to form the Tennessee-Texas Land Company which brought at least 17 families to the DeWitt Colony. In DeWitt Colony land records he is listed as arriving married with a family of 25 on 26 Feb and receiving title on 5 May Digitized land documents available for free searching/browsing in the Georgia Archives' Virtual Vault include Chatham County Deed Books (), District Plats of Survey (surveys of land districts in counties made prior to distribution of land by lottery, ), and Headright and Bounty Plats of
The act appointed Buckner and four others to be the Commissioners or official board of the new town. (This information concerning the official actions of Buckner Harris in relation to Jackson County was taken from the book, HISTORICAL NOTES on JACKSON COUNTY, GEORGIA, by Frary Elrod, ). Notes and documents relating to the family of Loffroy, of Cambray prior to , of Canterbury , now chiefly represented by the families of Lefroy of Carriglas, Co. Longford, Ireland, and of Itchel, Hants, with branches in Australia and Canada [electronic resource]: being a contribution to the history of foreign Protestant refugees.
Descendants of John Keen Sr. And A Partial History of the Keen Family and Name. Among the pioneer families of Wilcox Co. was the Keen family who lived in sections of Pulaski, Irwin and Dooly Counties that would later become a part of Wilcox County on Decem According to authentic records, the family name is found in the Domesday Book ordered by William the Conqueror shortly after. In some years such as and there was a marked rise in deaths, possibly indicating an outbreak of contagious disease or flu. Whilst this increase affected all age groups, it was most marked among the younger age groups. While only five people under the age of 20 died in , 14 died in , 13 in and 15 in
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Notes on the history of medicine in Houston County prior to Nora H. Guthrey Not In Library. Dothan & Houston County yesterday, today & tomorrow Publishing History Georgia. Inferior Court (Houston County), 1 book Nicholas Russell Murray, 1 book.
River Oaks is a residential community located in the center of Houston, Texas, United d within the Loop and between Downtown and Uptown, the community spans 1, acres ( ha). Established in the s by brothers Will Hogg and Michael Hogg, the community became a well-publicized national model for community planning.
Real estate values in the community range from $1. History. The area covered by today's Houston County was first organized as St. Croix County, of the Wisconsin Territory, in On Octopart of that county was partitioned off to create Wabashaw County of the Minnesota Territory.
On Februthe territorial legislature authorized the partitioning of sections of Wabashaw to create Fillmore County and Houston ssional district: 1st. The Notes on the Bromberg family were written by Dr. Leon Bromberg, Galveston, TX, for the publication: "History of Houston County Texas" Generation No.
MENDEL 1 BROMBERG was born 16 Sep in Poland, and died 12 Jan in Houston Co., TX. Tri-annual atlas & plat book, Houston County, Minnesota. Tri-annual atlas and plat book, Houston County, Minnesota Title from cover. Phillips, Includes. 40 of 66 Harris County.
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() GS Ref F C4 C 2 vols.; includes some Clay County cemeteries Coleman, David Howard. "On the Beam." () F. Reprints of this book and Vol II may still be available. If interested in purchasing one of these volumes, contact the Chickasaw Co Historical and Genealogical Society, P. Houston, MS This history of Chickasaw Co was written by Harley Hill Floyd and submitted for publication in Vol I of the History of Chickasaw Co.
Before Georgia had roads, it was laced with Indian trails or paths. These trails served the needs of Georgia's native populations by connecting their villages with one another and allowing them to travel great distances in quest of game, fish, shellfish, and pearls, as well as such mineral resources as salt, flint, pipestone, steatite, hematite, and ochre.
Cadastral map showing drainage, section lines and numbers, land ownership, landowners' names, roads, railroads, etc. Includes note and ill.
LC Land ownership maps, Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Houston (/ ˈ h juː s t ən / HEW-stən) is the most populous city in the U.S. state of Texas, fourth most populous city in the United States, most populous city in the Southern United States, as well as the sixth most populous in North America, with an estimated population of 2, Located in Southeast Texas near Galveston Bay and the Gulf of Mexico, it is the seat of Harris County.
"History of Blount County Tennessee: From War Trail to Landing Strip " Inez E. Burns, Unknown publisher, The history of Blount County Tennessee.
This book was sponsored by the DAR and the TN Historical Commission. AJ3. Carter Co. "Carter County TN and Its People " Carter Co History Book Committee, Walsworth Publishing.
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James P. Gibson, of Rusk, was born June 26th,two and a half miles from Rusk, Cherokee County, Texas. Has lived in and near Rusk all his life. Alabama Histories and Genealogies.
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in England, and died in Chowan Precinct, Albermarle County, North Carolina. He married (1) UNKNOWN 4 Abt. in England.
He married (2) ANNA WILLIX RASCOE 5 Aft. 25 History of Davis Family and Descendants, New York, 26 Ancestry of John Davis, Governor and U.
S. Senator, Horace Davis, San Francisco, Cal., 27 Origin and History, Name Davis with Biography, Most Noted Persons, Chicago, Ill., 28 Origin and History .Jane Howe Gregory was born in Monroe, Louisiana on April 4, to Jack Leroy and Elizabeth Haynes Howe.
She grew up in Houston and attended Spring Branch High School. From there she went to the University of Texas in There, she was a member of the Phi Beta Kappa honors society as well as the Delta Delta Delta sorority.Related Projects.
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