All results for Agnes Brackenridge/Watson in All Collections

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MyHeritage Family Trees
40506 (1) in Linda's family Web Site, managed by linda thomas
MyHeritage Family Trees
Family tree (Margaret Loudon Rowe) in Family site (BackupMyTree), managed by Virginia Okie
Birth:1718 - Place
Death:1790 - Place
Husband:Name of husband
MyHeritage Family Trees
Genealogy Janet Mitchell in Beall Web Site, managed by Janet Mitchell
MyHeritage Family Trees
My pedigree in Tapp Web Site, managed by Marshall Tapp
MyHeritage Family Trees
Family tree (Experiment 2) in Family site (BackupMyTree), managed by deborah kidd
Birth:Circa 1750
Husband:Name of husband
MyHeritage Family Trees
Hayes Web Site, managed by Shirley Disney Hayes
Death:After 1790 - Place
Husband:Name of husband
MyHeritage Family Trees
Family tree (2012 GArys Geneology GEDCOM) in Family site (BackupMyTree), managed by deborah kidd
Birth:Circa 1750
Husband:Name of husband
MyHeritage Family Trees
3048048-3 in Family site (Family Tree Legends), managed by Humphrey Crook
Death:After 1790 - Place
Husband:Name of husband
MyHeritage Family Trees
Family tree (2012 GArys Geneology GEDCOM copy) in Family site (BackupMyTree), managed by deborah kidd
Birth:Circa 1750
Husband:Name of husband
MyHeritage Family Trees
7694877-4 in Geneology Web Site, managed by Blackmon Farley Geneology
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Text:"..., said she was sorry to see the month-old set de- much, is a royal secret. stroyecJ, speech. "but It was a good Slaying Trial Begins BOSTON, Tex. AgnesWatson, charged with murder in the slaying.of her..."
Date:Nov 17 1953
Publication:Abilene, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"..., of Augusta. Mrs. AgnesWatson Lee and daugh- ter. Mr and Mrs. Forrest Watson and children. Mrs. John Panning and in- fatrt sou. and Misses Cora and Gladys O'Nwal left Thursday for Anton, Va where..."
Date:Aug 9 1908
Publication:Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America
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Text:"... in the huge suburban shopping development. | Each permit taken out Tuesday i was for $80,535. i Grandmother Charged In Death of Brother TEXARKANA W—Mrs, AgnesWatson, 66, a frfiU grandmother, was charged..."
Date:July 14 1953
Publication:Wichita Falls, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... ar* Rolston, of Centralia, is spending a few days at his old home here. MissAgnesWatson, of Waterman, visited with friends there last week. N. E. COLDBROOK AND UTAH. Myron Allen left Friday..."
Date:Oct 14 1909
Publication:Monmouth, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... arrival there. Mr. and Mrs. Coursar will spend the winter in Tokio, where they will attend the Language School in thai city. WOMAN KILLED BULLET FIRED FROM DARK Nashville, 'Tenn., Sept, 13.—MissAgnes..."
Date:Sep 14 1920
Publication:Thomasville, Georgia, United States of America
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Text:"... •a aftonMon or tv«ofli( frock, depMi* teg upon the choice of color. FRBELANDVILLE GUESTS Misses Lydia Grabbe and AgnesWatson from Freelandville were the weekend guests of Mrs. James McDonald on Wtest..."
Date:June 8 1920
Publication:Bicknell, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... of ficiating Burial will be in St Johnscemetery Elkhart Lake MrsAgnesWatson STOUGHTON MrsAgnesWatson 76 lifelong Stoughton area resident died Friday night in a Stoughton hospital where she had been confined..."
Date:Apr 10 1948
Publication:Madison, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... and Manitowoc Health Care Center, Manitowoc, had a "Getting Around" day Wednesday at the Manitowoc Senior Center. The program, "Spiritual In- under the direction of Mrs. AgnesWatson, was sponsored..."
Date:Apr 25 1973
Publication:Manitowoc, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... Kinnon, Mrs. A.! Wheal®, Mrs. Thomas Stuart. Mrs James Morgan and Mrs. A. Watson i formed a committee on serving. Sped- j al guests were Carl Fullerton and son * Carl, Miss Rebecca Gibbons, MissAgnes..."
Date:Sep 2 1919
Publication:New Castle, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... for further campaigning. All Sunday engagements at Portland were barred. Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 13.—MissAgnesWatson, 16, of Allison, Tenn., a passenger on a Radnor line street car, was shot through the heart..."
Date:Sep 13 1920
Publication:Thomasville, Georgia, United States of America