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Birth:June 7 1779
Death:Nov 29 1856
Name:Lydia Tracy
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Text:"... for a awlim at ttx of LydiaTracy ot llth atreet, one the members, WM Maxlne I Wanuley, a bride-to-be, was pre- tented wHh a miscellaneous shower. Wamaley is the fiancee c-f Donald Conner of Wilmington..."
Date:July 16 1939
Publication:Portsmouth, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:".... Mrs. Scott Ward, Mrs. instrument so like a ^vhite. Mr, Ulster Pratt and the Misses W. Blaisdell, LydiaTracy, E. Blaisdell. G, Bayles, R. Crocker. F. Stevens and F. Darrah; altos, Mrs. Thompson, Mrs..."
Date:May 8 1915
Publication:Bath, Maine, United States of America
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Text:"...,” was exceptionally good and made a wonderful prince at her love making to Cinderilla, played by MissLydiaTracy. MissTracy also took the part of ■Miss Fi'bbs, and with her Fairy Godmother, very prettily sang..."
Date:Dec 4 1915
Publication:Bath, Maine, United States of America
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Text:".... Edwin Stewart and sen Charles of Bar Harbor were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles King. Mrs. Carl Dixson ia in Ellsworth. On W^ednj6sday of last week Mrs. LydiaTracy Storer of Rockland,san^ ie..."
Date:Jan 20 1932
Publication:Bar Harbor, Maine, United States of America
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Text:"...-Fadden, Mrs. Herbert Hodgkins, MissLydiaTracy and Mrs. Fred Sturte-vant. Although limited in stage room, the program was presented in a manner which was greatly appreciated by the large audience who applauded..."
Date:Feb 19 1916
Publication:Bath, Maine, United States of America
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Text:"... drink to sober up on This is truly a wonderful and peculiar campaign MrsTracy Dead MrsLydiaTracy died at 11 a m yesterday at the home of her hns band J D Tracy in Adams town ship The decedent..."
Date:Oct 16 1896
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... anniversaries of five of the guests, Mrs. Wessell, Misses LydiaTracy, Lucille Cutnutte and Hazel Berk- ley and Ernest Schusky Jr. Others present were Mrs, Eliza- beth Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Ern- est Schusky..."
Date:Oct 11 1936
Publication:Portsmouth, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... Bliss; music by orchestra: solo, MissLydiaTracy: reading, Sidney Baton; music, orchestra; solo, MissTracy; singing by the children, The Star Spangled Banner.” Following the entertainment, which was one..."
Date:Mar 31 1917
Publication:Bath, Maine, United States of America
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Text:"..., Arthur and Vernon, Russell Everett, all of Cairo; Mrs. LydiaTracy, Frank Tracy, Mr. snd Mrs. Cloyd TracyMrs. Blanch Heller, son, George all of Continental. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian John, daughter, Thelma..."
Date:Aug 11 1937
Publication:Lima, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... excellently gotten up in every respect and could not ne bettered in Boston. FARE BUT FALSE. IN MEMORI AM. On July 7. after an extended and distressful illness, Mrs. LydiaTracy, wife of Henry Tracy, of Eden..."
Date:July 29 1896
Publication:Bar Harbor, Maine, United States of America
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Text:"... and a lobster salad supper was served. The president of Rubenstein. Mrs. LydiaTracy Storer. who appeared on the program as contralto soloist, is a former Bath woman. fittie was warmly received. Her voice, at ite..."
Date:June 4 1936
Publication:Bath, Maine, United States of America
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Text:"... for the first time the complete cast. The players Include Mips Miriam Kimball, MissLydiaTracy, Miss Carol Percy, MIsa Millicent Clifford, Miss Mary Spear, Miss Priscilla Kimball, Mrs. E. W. Hyde, W. A. Murtaugh..."
Date:Nov 11 1916
Publication:Bath, Maine, United States of America
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Text:"... gained through the cultural qualities of music. While most of the visitors were ftrangers to a Bath audience, there was an especially strong welcome to one of their number. Mrs. LydiaTracy Storor, whase..."
Date:May 18 1933
Publication:Bath, Maine, United States of America
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Text:"... Dec. 13, 1847, being the son of the late Josiah and LydiaTracy Smallidge. The greater part of his life was spent in Northeast Harbor where he was held in highest esteem as an honored neighbor..."
Date:May 6 1925
Publication:Bar Harbor, Maine, United States of America
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Text:"... Sunday at A Cai sons MissLydiaTracy of Choi rj tree visiting her aunt Mis K Otto The Childrens day eveicises will be held at the U Bclnirch next Sunday evening June 25 Geoigc Cat son of Cashadaga spent..."
Date:June 22 1911
Publication:Titusville, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... 400 Civil Courts Building Texas 77002 rock to Miss Catherine Sue El Sidney Stuart 7641 Laura Koppe to Miss Connie Gearl dine 7802 Arre West Colum bia to MissLydiaTracy 1539 Juan 4618 Plagg td Miss..."
Date:Dec 25 1968
Publication:Houston, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... Assembly Hall for the benefit of their music fund, and was assisted by MissLydiaTracy, contralto and Rand A. Danham, pian-ist. The entertainment began at eight o’clock, and was liberally patronised..."
Date:Apr 15 1916
Publication:Bath, Maine, United States of America
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Text:"... on account of the death of his brother-in-law, Mr. VanderSteeg.-Knoxville Journal. Mrs. LydiaTracy was a business visitor at Monroe Saturday. Harry Phillips, who graduated from Central College last June..."
Date:Sep 10 1914
Publication:Pella, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:".... LydiaTracy Storer will be guest soloist. An original poem about club chairmen and members will be read by Mrs. Charles W. Messenger. There will be a group of 12 charades presented, with prizes awarded..."
Date:July 5 1945
Publication:Bath, Maine, United States of America
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Text:".... The program included solos by Mrs. Robert Hatch, harmonica and piano selections by MissLydiaTracy and dances by Miss Dorothy Welch. Mrs. John Shaw and Miss Ann Kimball played accompaniments. m m • Jack..."
Date:Nov 25 1952
Publication:Bath, Maine, United States of America
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