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Death:Feb 6 1728
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Date:1709
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Title:Title
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Text:"... of the early 18th century. It was built about 1716 by Capt. ArchibaldMacpheadris, who made a fortune and married Sarah, daughter of Lt. Gov. John Wentworth. 'He thereby placed himself in the best socie- ty..."
Date:Mar 16 1976
Publication:Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States of America
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Text:"... patterns, familiarly "prac- ticed in England, was adopted in a number of the finest buildings of the colonies. The Warner House, built by Cap- tain ArchibaldMacpheadris, a wealthy iron merchant, is one..."
Date:July 13 1940
Publication:Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States of America
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Text:".... The house was begun in 1718 and completed in. 1723 by Captain ArchibaldMacpheadris, a wealthy iron merchant, who married Sarah Wentworth, a daughter of Gov- ernor John Wentworth. Built of brick, with walls..."
Publication:Zanesville, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:".... In fact. PorumouMi produced an I :rv. century Andrew Carnegie in 'r.e person of a little known ship ciptain. ArchibaldMacPheadris. fcui-fer of the Warner house in Dir.ieis street, who pioneered the rr..."
Date:Oct 18 1949
Publication:Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States of America
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Text:".... The house was built by Capt. ArchibaldMacpheadris. a rich lerchant who was a member 1 the King's Council. He arried Sarah Wentworth, a aughter of Lt. Gov. John 'entworth, by whom he had ree children..."
Date:June 20 1973
Publication:Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States of America
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Text:"... brick, urban man- John Craig, 25, Dover, guilty to sion of the early I8th century. It speeding March 7 on Woodbury was built about 1716 by Capt. Avenue, fined ArchibaldMacpheadris, who Robert M. Chaikin..."
Date:Mar 16 1976
Publication:Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States of America
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Text:"..., this brick dwelling was the home of Capt. ArchibaldMacPheadris, a wealthy Scotch merchant, who married Miss Sarah Wentworth, sister of Benning Wentworth, gov- ernor of the province. After Capt. MacPheadris..."
Date:Sep 6 1952
Publication:Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States of America
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Text:".... New, Hampshire. L; S. C. A. The house was begun in 1718 and completed in 1723 by Captain Archibald. Macpheadris, a wealthy iron merchant, who married Sarah Wentworth, a daughter of Governor John..."
Date:May 31 1940
Publication:Hammond, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"..., and a horning room, lead- ing off the kitchen. The House, occupied by the descendants of the builder, Capt. ArchibaldMacpheadris, un- til 1930, is considered to be one of The front door o! the Moffatt- Ladd..."
Date:June 18 1954
Publication:Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States of America
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Text:"...th Cen- Cooper, Mrs. Arthur H. Mrs. B. Allen Rowland. Mrs. tury brick dwelling left in New -_ England. The house was built b> Capt. ArchibaldMacpheadris. u rich merchant of Scots-Irish descent, who..."
Date:June 21 1972
Publication:Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States of America
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Text:"...- !.visited Portsmouth! om two Hungarian-. :oaned: by Mrs.._Ed- Goolidge, William- G. and the first was soon after the-1 per- fection of the lightning- rod. Captain Archibald: MacPheadris is said to have..."
Date:July 23 1932
Publication:Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States of America
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Text:"...-per- iod furniture and a charming gar- den in practically its original plan. The Warner house, which was be- gun in 1718, and completed in 1723 by Capt ArchibaldMacpheadris, a wealil-y iron merchant, is one..."
Date:July 25 1941
Publication:Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States of America
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Text:"... is listed as the Archibald. MacPheadris house, as it was Captain MacPheadris who had the house built. Doorways that will delight the eyes of architects, taken from buildings that have been con- verted..."
Date:Feb 7 1940
Publication:Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States of America
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Text:".... in 1718 and completed in 17313'by Captain ArchibaldMacpheadris, a -wealthy 1 who married Sarah CHAPTER FORTY-FOUR McGUlRE motioned to me tile courtroom. RrtacJanUy 1 west through tfce swinging door..."
Date:May 31 1940
Publication:Hammond, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...'s Cove to play cards. ArchibaldMacPheadris built what is now known as the Warner House, Daniel street. The Produce Of The Fields And Formi The Produce Of The 5co. SERVID TO YOU IN A MOST APPEAL- ING..."
Date:Aug 18 1955
Publication:Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States of America
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Text:"... National Landmark. Located a 150 Daniel Street, it is perhaps the finest example in New England of an important brick urban mansion of the early 18th Century. It was built about 1716 by Capt.. Archibald..."
Date:Mar 26 1974
Publication:Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States of America
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