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Birth:Feb 18 1799
Death:June 30 1874
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Text:"... that it is HenryGrinnell, and not Moses H. Grinnell, who has prdected an expedition in search of Sir John Franklin—proposing to fit out two ships ai f(is own cost, to be comnmnded by naval ofiieers appointed..."
Date:Mar 2 1850
Publication:Terre Haute, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... summer de Joinville and Lady ife of the Arctic explorer, also visit to Mr. HenryGrinnell who had fitted out an expedi-h for Sir John Frankliu, was one object (jf Lady Franklin's visit, both He nr Moses H..."
Date:Feb 20 1900
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Island HI have beeri called here by tlie announce the engagement of their death of their father Albert C W daughter to Smith HenryGrinnell Jr United States Army son of Mr and Mrs William Howard Dalrymple..."
Date:Mar 30 1949
Publication:Titusville, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... Grinnell Jr son of Mr and of held a Mrs Verna Loker 708 West Wai Ivan G Hunsberger pastor of the doting society mother of Rhonda Mrs William HGrinnell of Detroit in the Colonel Drake Hotel last nut street..."
Date:Nov 21 1951
Publication:Titusville, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... Joseph Grinnell of New Bedford and of Moses H and HenryGrinnell of New York was born about fourths of a mile north of the com- mon and but little over a stone's cast from the birthplace of F Simmons merr..."
Date:Jan 3 1920
Publication:Newport, Rhode Island, United States of America
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Text:"... century he was a prominent commission merchant in New York city, being associated in business with John H. Howland, Preserved Fish, and hig brothers, Moses H. and HenryGrinnell. He has been an influential..."
Date:Nov 25 1882
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... to apply to the fund which is being raised for him. W?*** constant and friendly regard, H. CLAY. HenryGrinnell, Esq. Van Buren’s Waterloo defeat in 1840. If the Government ever interested itself..."
Date:Oct 29 1851
Publication:Madison, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... for example ha speaks of the President of the r States as Old while it styles the chief of the Rebels Davis Every one who thus Government and the tW inverted glasses is a McClellan For the V HenryGrinnell has..."
Date:Sep 16 1864
Publication:Janesville, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... had shamefully refused to and watch In every other case had been done by the governments of the nations there Tho same liberality was exhibited a year when Mr. HenryGrinnell offered his the to maSe..."
Date:Nov 5 1869
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... for the object intended, but as a testimonial of the magnanimous spirit of your great and glorious country. “ With great consideration, “ I am, sir, truly your friend, (Signed) “ HenryGrinnell. “ John F. Crampton..."
Date:Apr 28 1856
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... or three weeks as the guest of MrHenryGrinnell through whoso liberality the Grinnell Arctic Expedition was fitted out and son Mr C Grinnell her on her voyage to this She proposes to make a into Canada..."
Date:Aug 17 1860
Publication:Racine, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... Barclay, Esq., Con-snUGeneral for her Britannic Majesty at this port, presided. Mr. HenryGrinnell himseu was not present, but waa represented by bis 'son, Mr. Cornelius Grinneli. A large number of invited..."
Date:Nov 20 1851
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... had shamefully refused to and watch In every other case had been done by the governments of the nations there Tho same liberality was exhibited a year when Mr. HenryGrinnell offered his the to maSe..."
Date:Nov 5 1869
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... of the French family of or went to settled in Rhode from which State the great-grandfather of HenryGrinnell removed to New On the mother's HenryGrinnell was descended from John who crossed the Atlantic..."
Date:July 18 1874
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... countrymen :— . The .Memorial of HenryGrinnell to the Congress of the United State-:, Ke.'pectfully showeth, That his two vessels, the Advance aad Resene, of tlie burthen respectively of 92 and 144 tons, sere..."
Date:Mar 3 1852
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... at Cowes; Captain Higgins, commander of the United States’ mailship Hermann ; and Mr. Cornoliua Grinnell, son of Mr. HenryGrinnell, of New York, the projector of the American Arctic espedition. All were..."
Date:Dec 17 1856
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... had the pleasure of meeting before [cheers], Mr. Crosskey then responded for the American army, and Alderman Owen proposed “ The health of Mr. HenryGrinnell,” of New York, projector, _ at his own..."
Date:Dec 26 1856
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of A'ew York, praying that Mr. Grinnell’s munificent offer may be accepted by Congress, with a view to the immediate prosecution of the search for our missiiig countrymen The Memorial of HenryGrinnell..."
Date:Mar 3 1852
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... the original plan of Mr. Grinnell, It k that be has offered tbe vessels to the Government fn. expedition, and it is now proposed, we believe in in connection with them a propeller, and if the can st^ early..."
Date:Dec 24 1851
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Grinnell, son of Mr. HenryGrinnell of New York, thé projector of the American Arctic expedition; AU were présented to the Queen by Capt. Hartstein, who then addressed Her Majesty in thé following words..."
Date:Dec 22 1856
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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