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A modern history of New Haven and eastern New Haven County (Vol. 2)

A modern history of New Haven and eastern New Haven County (Vol. 2)

Source : Internet Archive

A modern history of New Haven and eastern New Haven County (Vol. 2)

A modern history of New Haven and eastern New Haven County (Vol. 2)

Source : Internet Archive

Results : DOOLITTLE


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in the sixth generation of Abraham Doolittle, who was marshal of the New Haven colony from 1662 until 1667 and


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She is a daughter of Nathaniel H. and Adeline (Doolittle) Bishop. The father was a native of Meriden, Connecticut, and


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other inheritor being his sister, Mrs. Doolittle. His remaining days were devoted to general agricultural pursuits. He wedded Martha Louisa


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and is a son of William H. and Ruth A. (Warren) Doolittle, who were natives of Cheshire and of East


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Mr. Doolittle was born in Cheshire, Connecticut, December 14, 1873, and is a son of


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of twenty-five thousand dollars, Mr. Doolittle becoming the president and treasurer, with Henry H. Kelsey as the secretary. He


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Mr. and Mrs. Doolittle are members of the Dwight Place church, and fraternally Mr.