7 edition of address at the funeral of Hon. Simeon Baldwin, May 28, 1851 found in the catalog.
|Other titles||A sketch of the life and character of Hon. Simeon Baldwin.|
|Statement||by Samuel W.S. Dutton.|
|LC Classifications||E302.6.B19 D8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||43026931|
Funeral service was held at his home on Wednesday, at 2 P.M. with the Rev. D.A. Cataldo officiating. Burial was in Fairlawn cemetery, Prattsville. He was born at Lexington, on Ap , son of Clark L. Moore and Rowena Miller More[sic]. Then followed Elder Guernsey, till May, , after which time, till , the society was destitute of preaching, with the exception of occasional supplies. E. B. Morgan was stationed at Williamsville, by Conference, in , followed by John A. Wood in , O. S. Morris in and '52, C. P. Ingraham in , and Simeon Spencer in
Simeon Baldwin Chittenden, son of Simeon Baldwin and Mary E. (Hartwell) was born 6 Jun He married 21 May Mary W. Hill who was born 22 May Yale College , attorney. Lived in Brooklyn, NY. Children: Alice Hill b 27 Jun // Mary Hartwell b 28 Jan // Anna Gansevoort b 2 Feb // Simeon Baldwin b 7 Apr Phillips, Wendell () - 8/28 letter to Hon. R.C. Winthrop; note box 6 Phipps, Sir William () - document w/ transcription; card of invitation .
(Card 1) Death not.; Died 18 May , age 85 yrs., funeral Sun. 20 May at 11 am, Colored Methodist Church (Card 2) Obituary; 1st negro resident of Cols. OH, died Fri. 18 May , age: 85 yrs. Came to Cols 53 or 54 yrs. ago, , Nurse during cholera prevalence. 1st colored man to enter new legislative hall of old capitol. (10) Harris Harding 28 Feb d 20 May Toledo Lucas Co OH (10) Walter Harding (10) Eugene Harding 28 Feb d 3 Dec Newark Licking co Oh (10) Ida Harding (10) Mary J Harding (10) Lovella Harding Mallory = Catherine Ny 1. Frank B. Mallory b. Sep in OH of VT parents 2. John A. Mallory b. About in.
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