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Memorial and biographical record and illustrated compendium of biography ... of ... citizens of Columbia

Memorial and biographical record and illustrated compendium of biography ... of ... citizens of Columbia

Source : Internet Archive

Memorial and biographical record and illustrated compendium of biography ... of ... citizens of Columbia

Memorial and biographical record and illustrated compendium of biography ... of ... citizens of Columbia

Source : Internet Archive

Results : NORTON


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Norton, John B 672


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Judge Young married Miss Harriet Norton, of Lowell, Mass., and to them were born two children : a daughter,


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C, and Elizaheth, wife of John Norton, of Providence, Rhode Island.


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11, 1844, a son of Ira and Amanda (Norton) Foster. The father was a native of Ohio, and when a


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August, 1826, a son of Jacob and Harriet (Holbrook) Norton, both natives of Weymouth, Massachusetts. The father was a lineal


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a lineal descendant of Rev. John Norton, the founder of the first church in Hingham, Massachusetts, which structure is still


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Rev. Jacob Norton, grandfather of our subject, was a graduate of Harvard College and a fellow


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John Brown Norton, one of the pioneer printers and publishers of Wisconsin, is nowliving retired


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Mr. Norton was born in Mt. Zion, Hancock county, Georgia, in August, 1826, a son


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children born to Mr. and Mrs. Norton are as follows: Claude R., a [ihysician of Phila-delphia, Penns},'l.-ania , John Jacob,


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In 1848 Mr. Norton married Miss Caroline M. T. Fowler, a native of Andover, New Hampshire, and


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John B. Norton, of this review, spent the greater part of his boyhood in Lowell,