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Re-union of the sons and daughters of the old town of Pompey : held at Pompey Hill, June 29, 1871 : proceedings of the meeting, speeches, toasts, and other incidents of the occasion : also, a history of the town, reminiscences and biographical sketches of its early inhabitants

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Re-union of the sons and daughters of the old town of Pompey : held at Pompey Hill, June 29, 1871 : proceedings of the meeting, speeches, toasts, and other incidents of the occasion : also, a history of the town, reminiscences and biographical sketches of its early inhabitants

Re-union of the sons and daughters of the old town of Pompey : held at Pompey Hill, June 29, 1871 : proceedings of the meeting, speeches, toasts, and other incidents of the occasion : also, a history of the town, reminiscences and biographical sketches of its early inhabitants

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Re-union of the sons and daughters of the old town of Pompey : held at Pompey Hill, June 29, 1871 : proceedings of the meeting, speeches, toasts, and other incidents of the occasion : also, a history of the town, reminiscences and biographical sketches of its early inhabitants

Re-union of the sons and daughters of the old town of Pompey : held at Pompey Hill, June 29, 1871 : proceedings of the meeting, speeches, toasts, and other incidents of the occasion : also, a history of the town, reminiscences and biographical sketches of its early inhabitants

Source : Internet Archive

Results : BILLINGS


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occasion, was the rehearsal by Homer A. Billings, to some of his companions of the following poem:


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Judds, Samuel Dunham, Aimer Pratt, Reuben Billings and Hanchett. Further east, at Wood's Corners, was Wood, and near by, were


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forest, he in company with Lewis Billings, used to take land to clear at $10 per acre , they would


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1871, were probably Reuben and Sally Billings, the former being


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REUBEN BILLINGS' FAMILY.


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Reuben Billings' was born in the Township of Longmeadow, Hampshire (now Hamden)County, Mass., February 13th,


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perhaps, as a tailor, and Mrs. Billings was


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daughter and a son , Amanda M. Billings, was born May 19th, 1811, married, May 13th, 1832, to Pierce Ellis,


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aged parents. Her brother Homer Augustus Billings,was born in Pompey, N.Y.,on the old place September 41li, 1826, consequently is a


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skill and reputation. Reuben and Sally Billings, had but two children_a daughter and a son , Amanda M. Billings, was