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Documents and biography pertaining to the settlement and progress of Stark County, Illinois : containing an authentic summary of records, documents, historical works and newspapers relating to Indian history, original settlement, organization and politics

Documents and biography pertaining to the settlement and progress of Stark County, Illinois : containing an authentic summary of records, documents, historical works and newspapers relating to Indian history, original settlement, organization and politics

Source : Internet Archive

Documents and biography pertaining to the settlement and progress of Stark County, Illinois : containing an authentic summary of records, documents, historical works and newspapers relating to Indian history, original settlement, organization and politics

Documents and biography pertaining to the settlement and progress of Stark County, Illinois : containing an authentic summary of records, documents, historical works and newspapers relating to Indian history, original settlement, organization and politics

Source : Internet Archive

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Charles Stuart 450


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Congress-Tames. H. Ralston, d., 146, John T. Stuart, w., 130. Commissioner-Brady Fowler, d., 138, W. y.' . A."ebster.


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Sarah E., Samuel W., and Charles Stuart, reside at home. Mr. Montooth has been engaged in agriculture and brick manufacture


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1 , July 28. IHfil. Charles Stuart.


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Beath, D. Fulk, Franklin Lyle, Charles Stuart, W. G. Perkins, lot owners on s. w. qr.


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Andrew Oliver in 1867 and Charles Stuart in 1868.


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Upton and John Turnbnll, 1S7.3, Seth W. Stuart, 1877. John Turnbull and M. B. Parks, 1878, David Currier: ISSl, John


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organized iu Ai)ril, 1858, witli Charles Stuart captain, to compete for the Agricultural Society's ])rize.


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J. M. Robinson in 1879, Mr. Stuart still being clerk. In October, 1880. Dr. E. O. Boardman was appointeil vice,


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Valentine Ingram was called. D. M. Stuart was api)ointed clerk in June 1. 1878, and in July E. O. Boardman


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''Captain Charles Stuart, not Stewart, as generally spelled, is from the Green mountains of A'ermont, a


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Charles Stuart, and went into Cam]> Douglas, Chicago, June ] 2th, where the command was


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].Iiss Abby Stuart, daughter of Seth and Sally (Harvey) Stuart, both natives of Vennont, noticed in the history of Osceola


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married July 3, 1870, ].Iiss Abby Stuart, daughter of Seth and Sally (Harvey) Stuart, both natives of Vennont, noticed in


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Miss Jane, a daughter of John and Ann (Carney) Stuart, who was born in Dei'i'y county, Ireland, in 1813. She


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sec. 10, Dec. 15, 1817. Charles Stuart, 160.


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libnira anfl Toulon History, i Seth Stuart, l)orn in Vermont, is the f.on of John and AVealthy (Willa) Stuart. John


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John and AVealthy (Willa) Stuart. John Stuart was born in Glasgow, Scotland, coming to America when he was but seven