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History of North Carolina (Volume 6)

History of North Carolina (Volume 6)

Source : Internet Archive

History of North Carolina (Volume 6)

History of North Carolina (Volume 6)

Source : Internet Archive

Results : STUART


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Brown at Springfield. Maj. John Todd Stuart of this firm was one of the notable lawyers and public characters of


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Carolina, in 1869, son of James H. and Sarah (Mc Allester) Stuart, both now deceased. His father, a native of


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case in point is William Brice Stuart, manager of the Postal Telegraph Company at Charlotte. Mr. Stuart is an old


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Postal Telegraph Company at Charlotte. Mr. Stuart is an old time as well as a modern telegrapher, and has been


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William Bkice Stuart. Too often a man's uselulness and opportunity for service in the world


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At Winnsboro, his native town, Mr. Stuart married Miss Mamie Ruff. Her father was Sheriff Ruff, of Fairfield County, a


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married Sally Allen , and James Stuart, who married Melvina Van Hay.


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and their two children are Grace Stuart and Mary Keene. Laurin V. is the wife of Dr. C. J. Carlson


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August 19, 1874, son of William Stuart and Ella Parmly (Williams) Primrose. His grandfather, John Primrose, who came to this


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Stuart, Kate, V, 77


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Stuart, William B., VI, 120