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Text:"... Peck Fenn, eldest son of Jeremiah Fenn and Polly, only daughter of Hezekiah Peck, of Woodbridge, Conn., was born in the town of Plymouth, Conn., Jan. 29, 1822. His paternal ancestor was BenjaminFenn..."
Date:1881
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... so many of them of such short duration The following ILst Ls one of interest Others Listed The Pinncy Disbrow William Barr Caleb Winton John Wood James Silas Elj Earhart BenjaminFenn Hopkins Aaron..."
Date:Mar 22 1956
Publication:Hamilton, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... that will follow the meeting. Mrs. BenjaminFenn of North street will entertain the Plymouth Circle at her home on North street on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. William A. Shalkop of Cen- tral avenue, spent Tuesday..."
Date:Mar 27 1919
Publication:Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States of America
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Text:"... of prominent men to co- operate and act with other churches and societies in advanc- ing the idea. The committee nam- ed is composed of William II. Woodruff, BenjaminFenn, Walter M. William F. Apgar and theNRev..."
Date:Apr 5 1919
Publication:Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States of America
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Text:"...'s Dunce. Plans aie being completed by Chemical Company Xo 4 ot Devon, for the annual dance >o be held at Lie Chateau on Tudav, M.J.V 15 Mis. BenjaminFenn of Lafajette stieet, will be the hostebs..."
Date:May 7 1925
Publication:Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States of America
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Text:".... Twice during tho controversy ue- tween the Connecticut and New Haven colonies, Robert Treat wh'h BenjaminFenn and Deacon Gunn was- sent by a companv of dlstlng- the spring of -1CGO. Robert Treat sailed..."
Date:Nov 15 1923
Publication:Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States of America
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Text:"... the Connecticut and New Haven colonies, Robert Treat wifh BenjaminFenn and Deacon Gunn was- sent by a companv of disting- uished settlers and dissenters to negotiate with Governor the -tlement in New Jersey. I..."
Date:Nov 15 1923
Publication:Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States of America
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Text:"...!, and BenjaminFenn, Esqrs. to be ditto. Dated March 29,H809. CcmmissioA in the Shropshire Milititip signed by the Lord Lieutenant. Vvilliam Pigot.Genr. to be Lieutenant. Dated AFay 13, 1809. ComirfisbiQiis s..."
Date:May 31 1809
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... during the social hour that will follow the meeting. Mrs. BenjaminFenn of North street will entertain the Plymouth Circle at her home on North street on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. William A. Shalkop of Cen..."
Date:Mar 27 1919
Publication:Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States of America
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Text:"... when be was suddenly attacked with bftart disease. Fenn was 67 years old. Hia son, BenjaminFenn, jr., ii now on bis way home from the Philippines, where be has been serving the govern- ment. TWO CENTS..."
Date:Apr 29 1901
Publication:Naugatuck, Connecticut, United States of America
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Text:".... Libbv Dr. .1. W. Mahoney, Wil- liam H. Woodruff. Manloy J. Chenev, William A. Rose, Henry C. Peck, r. Harvey, W. C. Ralston, Judge Omar W. That, BenjaminFenn, E'l- ffar T Clark and C. O. Mathews..."
Date:Oct 27 1919
Publication:Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States of America
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Text:"..., Daniel, Samuel, Nathaniel, and his daughter, Mehitable. Mehitable married BenjaminFenn, Johanna, his son, married Sarah Lane, Abel married Mary Smith, he died without children; Daniel married Debo- rah C..."
Date:Nov 7 1970
Publication:San Antonio, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"..., of Watertown, assignor to Inc., cf Waterbury. for a "Bright Copper Plating and Ed- mund G. Sonntag and BenjaminFenn, Waterbury and Karl F. 3onn- AVatertown, assignors to Sco- vill Mfg. Co.. Waterbury..."
Date:Nov 18 1960
Publication:Naugatuck, Connecticut, United States of America
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Text:"... this afternoon: Homestead uilding and Savings Co. vs. BenjaminFenn et al. liouse and Express Messenger L. E. Rose and wife, of Pearl street, are receiving con- gratulations today over the arrival at their home..."
Date:July 16 1898
Publication:Newark, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"....; and by the Rev.________ of Lowestoft; at all banks of Norfolk and Suffolk; by the Honorary Secretaries, C. J. Palmer and BenjaminFenn, Esqrs.; by the Treasurers, Thos. Brightwen and E. P. Youell, Esqrs..."
Date:July 6 1860
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Mallett at Yarmouth; and James Large, for Healing iSl. out of the Houfe of BenjaminFenn, Twifterer, to be tranfported for feven Years. , Canterbury, Aug. 3. On Tuefday: laft Mrs. Mary Pembrook, Wife..."
Date:Aug 10 1851
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Jeanntoe Baumgartner. filuine Beverly Behrens Don.-ild II Brandenburg, forfeit Anthony Braiulenbuig Robert Carpenter. Anne Thomas Marlon Conlty. 1. Durham. Mav DrulMi. Ci BenjaminFenn. G Elizabeth Fenn 3..."
Date:May 29 1947
Publication:Dixon, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"..., C. ,T, Harvey, Dr. W. C, Ralston, Judge j Omar W. Plait, BenjaminFenn, Ed- I gar T. Clark and C. O. Mathews. The Taylor Memorial Public library closed Saturday night for a period of ten days or two..."
Date:Oct 27 1919
Publication:Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States of America
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Text:"... not Mrs. Cathryn Cronen Mrs. Calhryn (Corcoran) Naugatuck; one sister, Mrs. Cronen, widdw of Thomas BenjaminFenn of Waterbury, Cronen, of 74 Wall St., Waterbury three grandsons and several died at St. Mary..."
Date:May 3 1975
Publication:Naugatuck, Connecticut, United States of America
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Text:".... BenjaminFenn, the well known molder at Moser Wehrle's and was a most estimable woman. Before her marriage Mrs. Weaver was a kinder- garten teacher. A HELPING HAND Is Gladly their Handsome new club house..."
Date:June 8 1901
Publication:Newark, Ohio, United States of America