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Encyclopedia of the history of St. Louis, a compendium of history and biography for ready reference (Volume 4)

Encyclopedia of the history of St. Louis, a compendium of history and biography for ready reference (Volume 4)

Source : Internet Archive

Encyclopedia of the history of St. Louis, a compendium of history and biography for ready reference (Volume 4)

Encyclopedia of the history of St. Louis, a compendium of history and biography for ready reference (Volume 4)

Source : Internet Archive

Results : SHIELDS


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Shields, George H 2056


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Shields, Mary H. L 2059


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Dryden, Edward Cunningham, Jr. , George H. Shields, John P. Ellis, Charles Claflin Allen, John M. Holmes. Henry T. Kent,


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George H. Shields. James O. Broadhead, F. H. I.utkewitte. George W. Parker, Silas Bent, M.


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June 19, 1842. son of George .Y. and Martha (Howell) Shields. The strength of character and vigorous intellectuality, which he


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State show that his greatgrandfather, David Shields, was one of the defenders of Western Pennsylvania against the Indians, and a


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Shields, George Howell, lawyer and jurist, was born in Bardstown, Kentucky, ! June 19, 1842. son


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the Revolutionary struggle. Their son, George H. Shields, after obtaining a grammar-school education, was sent, in 1859, to Westminster College,


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When the Civil War began Mr. Shields' fami'ly, like many other families in the border States, was divided in its


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of equal importance. In 1X75 Mr. Shields was elected a memb ntion charged with the ing the constitution + if


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Shields, Mary Harrison Leighton, ]wife of Honorable Geo. H. Shields, is the eldest daughter of Rev.


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strongest at the Missouri bar. Mr Shields adheres to the religious faith of his Scotch Presbyterian ancestors, and for many


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for the government. In 1894 Mr. Shields returned to St.-Louis and resumed the practice of law. In 1895 he became


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still lives with her daughter, Mrs. Shields, and at the age eighty-two years retains her faculties and force of character.


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are as follows : Honorable George H. Shields, president, Honorable E. O. Stanard, Honorable J. L. Robards. Honorable Gains Paddock,


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Lieutenant. Martin Parks 2d Lieutenant, Joseph Shields 3d Lieutenant and 71 > men.