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The twentieth century biographical dictionary of notable Americans .. (Volume 8)

The twentieth century biographical dictionary of notable Americans .. (Volume 8)

Source : Internet Archive

The twentieth century biographical dictionary of notable Americans .. (Volume 8)

The twentieth century biographical dictionary of notable Americans .. (Volume 8)

Source : Internet Archive

Results : STUART


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married, July 28, 1884, to Abby De Forest Stuart. He was librarian of the Smithsonian Institution, 1887-92, and in 1896


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(1878), The First Meeting of Mary Stuart and Rizzio (1876), which received the highest award at the Royal academy of


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Sharswood , William Short , Gilbert Stuart , Andrew Wallace , Mrs. Julia Wood , Samuel B. Wylie , Henry


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Aug. 10,1886 , son of John and Mary (Stuart) Norton , grandson of Lachlan and Margaret Stuart and of Jonathan


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, grandson of Lachlan and Margaret Stuart and of Jonathan Norton, and a descendant of the Stuarts of Inverness, Scotland,


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B. B. Edwards (1852), Professor Moses Stuart (1852), The Rev. Samuel Hop-fcw*(1854)f The Rev. J. M. Manning (1855), The Rev.


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second-ly, Nov. 23,1882, to Mrs. Frank Stuart, daughter of Calvin and Dorothy Stuart of Boston, Mass. The twenty-fifth anniversary of


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Stuart, daughter of Calvin and Dorothy Stuart of Boston, Mass. The twenty-fifth anniversary of the inauguration by him of the


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religion (endowed for him by Robert L. Stuart) at Princeton Theological seminary, 1880-88. He was made professor of ethics at


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votes, the next bighest to Gilbert Stuart, who received fifty-two votes, and secured a place. He died in Florence, Italy,


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to Sarah Margaret, +daughter of James Stuart and Hester Mc Kay of Campbell, N.Y. He served as a oommissioner of


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of Independence , " from Gilbert Stuart's " Henry Knox " and " Peter Gansevoort , " from Harding's "