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History of Windham County, Connecticut

History of Windham County, Connecticut

Source : Internet Archive

History of Windham County, Connecticut

History of Windham County, Connecticut

Source : Internet Archive

Results : TANNER


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James Fox, of Willimantic, Brooklyn, Alfred H. Tanner, Ashford, John H. v Simmons , Canterbury, W. A. Lewis, Eastford,


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first officers were as follows: John E. Tanner, M. , E. Byron Gallup, O. , A. A. Stanton, L. ,


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Benjamin Stanton, secretary , J. Cyrus Tanner, treasurer , Miss Minnie Elderkin, P. , Addie E. Gallup, F. , Mrs.


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married Euphemia A., daughter of Warren Tanner, and has no children. He received only a common school education, and was


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to Sarah L., daughter of John and Mary (Wilcox) Tanner. They have three children: Mary (Mrs. Justin L. Johnson), Irving


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Nathaniel Tanner came from West Greenwich (where four generations of his ancestors had lived before


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the last century. James married Charlotte Tanner, and is a farmer and skillful mechanic. He has three children: Edward A.,


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1871 to Rhoda, daughter of John Tanner. They have three children : James, Proctor, and Jessie. Mr. Aldrich is a


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to Eliza M., daughter of Philip Tanner, who was in the war of 1812. He was the son of William,


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Mrs. Sarah Sweet, daughter of Abel Tanner.


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Nicholas Hopkins. His mother was Mary Tanner. Mr. Hopkins is a farmer, and came to Killingly from Rhode Island several