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Proceedings - American Antiquarian Society (Volume 14)

Proceedings - American Antiquarian Society (Volume 14)

Source : Internet Archive

Proceedings - American Antiquarian Society (Volume 14)

Proceedings - American Antiquarian Society (Volume 14)

Source : Internet Archive

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fund had been formed by John Chandler Bancroft Davis, of Washington, Horace Davis, of San-Francisco, and Andrew Mc Farland Davis,


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Aaron Bancroft, to her daughter, Mrs. Donato Gherardi, the mother of Rear-Admiral Gherardi of the


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of our late distinguished vice-president, George Bancroft, and his father and mother, Aaron and Lncretia (Chandler) Bancroft.


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of the Society founded by Aaron Bancroft, a somewhat elaborate address was made by Gen. James Grant Wilson, giving reminiscences


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which he long had with George Bancroft, but another important duty called him to New York, and so we had


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I have brought Mr. Bancroft home, he has finished the first volume of his History, and wishes to


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George Bancroft should not be in larger letters than those of Aaron and Lucretia (Chandler)


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1854, and of his wife, Eliza Bancroft Davis. In accordance with the desires of the givers, the principal of the


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Mrs. Bancroft, wife of Rev. Aaron Bancroft, of Worcester, to her daughter Mrs. Donato Gherardi.


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was written in 1828 by Mrs. Bancroft, wife of Rev. Aaron Bancroft, of Worcester, to her daughter Mrs. Donato Gherardi.


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Davis, was president, her son, George Bancroft, was vice-president, and three of her grandsons are at this time members of


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1900.] Lucretia Bancroft's Letter. 125


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The latter was mother of Mrs. Bancroft and as such appears in this letter.


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1900.] Lucretia Bancroft's Letter. 127


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brothers, she married the Rev/ Aaron Bancroft, a young clergyman, of very narrow means, just settled at Worcester, His record


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leaving her daughter Lucretia (afterwards Mrs. Bancroft) virtually in charge of the family, though she was only eighteen years of


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called a poll-parish, and invitt-d Mr. Bancroft to occupy the new pulpit on an annual -alary of $500.00, which he


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The church being Calvinistic while Mr. Bancroft Leaned to Arminianism, they refused to settle him, whereupon sixty-seven men left the


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Senator. Their fourth son was George Bancroft, the distinguished historian and statesman. Their fourth daughter was Jane Putnam, afterwards wife


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of it was never paid. Mrs. Bancroft took boarders, and her husband taught private pupils in his leisure hours to


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His 'Life oi Washington" brought Mr. Bancroft some income, and long before the close of life they enjoyed comparative ease


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Jane Putnam Bancroft married, in 1825, Donato Gherardi, a gentleman of culture, a political refugee


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1900.] Lucretia Bancroft's Letter. L29


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1900.] Lucretia Bancroft's Letter. 131


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1900.] Lucretia Bancroft's Letter. 135


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Lucretia Bancroft's Letter. l'M it depicts a man whoso career up to this time had


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Roe, in an articl i George Bancroft In the New England Magazine," calls attention t<> the fact that Mr. Allen


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1900.] Lucretia Bancroft's Letter. Ml out the sequestration of the estates of the fugitives was able


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1900.] Lucretia Bancroft's I. < iter. 145


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which was of use to Mrs. Bancroft, which was ineluded by the Committee under the philanthropic essaj in the fourth


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1900.] Lucretia Bancroft's Letter. liv ford's hook was of much use to me, I learned many


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1900.] Lucretia Bancroft's Letter. 149


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proved of practical value to .Mrs. Bancroft in her housekeeping in Worcester. If we wish fully to comprehend the extent


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town would agree to settle Mr. Bancroft in the work of the Gospel ministry, it was voted in the negative.


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Worcestei January 81, 1886, bj Aaron Bancroft, J 1


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the inadequate salary agreed upon. Mrs. Bancroft had, however, made her choice and she entered upon the struggle for life


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1900.] Lucretia Bancroft's Letter. L53


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1900.] Lucretia Bancroft's Letter. ]?>7


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letter, were addressed to " Lucretia Bancroft" by her grandson, George H. Davis :


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the great regret of everybody. George Bancroft's house in Worcester has been suffered by great negligence to be destroyed within


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connection with the letter of Lucretia Chandler Bancroft, I made an examination of the Probate lilc- in Worcester for the


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donors of the John and Eliza Bancroft Davis fund, the income thereof be expended for the purposes set forth in


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He was the lather of Lucretia Chandler Bancroft, whose remarkable and beautiful letter to her daughter was printed in the


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Rev. Aaron Bancroft, a native of Reading, had supplied the pulpit of the parish church of


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formed a new society with Mr. Bancroft as their minister. After a very strong opposition an Act of the Legislature


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May 9, 1814, his executors, Aaron Bancroft and Benjamin Smith, conveyed the greater part of the down-town farm to Francis


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Mc F., Cambridge.-Letter of Mrs. Lucretia Chandler Bancroft to her daughter, Mrs. Gherardi," containing his historical notes, his Andros's Proclamation


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Bancroft, John M., Bloomfield, N. J.-His Genealogical Notes on the Bancroft Family." Bancroft Memorial Committee, Worcester.-Twenty-five


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Aaron and Lucretia Bancroft to Charles and Samuel Chandler. Nov.


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share to his brother John, Mrs. Bancroft's father, afterwards known as


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Joseph, his tribute to Rev. Aaron Bancroft, 155-157.


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Bancroft, Jane P., see Gherardi,


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Bancroft, Henry, 129, 133.


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Bancroft, Eliza, see Davis, Mrs.


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Bancroft, Charles, 196.


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Bancroft, Mrs. Aaron (Bucrctia Chandler), 6-9, 135, 168, 196,383,


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Bancroft, Rev. Aaron, n., 9, 69,


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Mrs. Donate Bancroft, John, 129.


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Lucretia C. Bancroft's letter, 135-


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n. His tribute to Mrs. Aaron Bancroft, 155.