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Text:"... week. MissMaryCollins spent the week end at her home in Salamanca. Misses Kathryn Raferty and Mary Milo Power? and McClorey and Mrs. Frederick Chapin 01 imer street at noruiwert corner of a piece..."
Date:Nov 5 1941
Publication:Salamanca, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... to The Lima JNewb a. gkmorous miss! This is done in double crochet with the contrasting dots in puff stitch. Bride Elect Complimented Wednesday Miss Flora MaryCollins Honored With Supper And Crystal Showei..."
Date:Dec 15 1938
Publication:Lima, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... by his wife, Ethel; his mother, Nancy Holt, of High- land; three daughters, Mrs. Ruby Puffpoff, of Warren, Mich., Mrs. MaryCollins, of Hillsboro, and Mrs. Pearl Cattee, of Wheelers- burg; two sons, Tom..."
Date:Jan 11 1972
Publication:Hillsboro, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... in the Senate house. His wife, Mary (Whiting) Collins, was a daughter of William Whiting, and they were the parents of eight children, descent being again traced through a Rev. Nathaniel Collins, of further..."
Date:1916
Place:Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... in the Senate house. His wife, Mary (Whiting) Collins, was a daughter of William Whiting, and they were the parents of eight children, descent being again traced through a Rev. Nathaniel Collins, of further..."
Date:1916
Place:Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... of a swan and came to her through Lord and Lady Hares family, to whom Lady Washington had presented it. Perhaps the crowning achievement of her life was the establishment of the MaryCollinsWhiting Free..."
Place:Michigan, USA
Publication date:1906
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Text:"... in the form of a swan and came to her through Lord and Lady Hares family, to whom Lady Washington had presented it. Perhaps the crowning achievement of her life was the establishment of the MaryCollinsWhiting..."
Place:Michigan, USA
Publication date:1906
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Text:"...; Samuel, b. 16 April, 1683, d. April 23, 1683. The Rev. Nathaniel Collins d. Dec. 28, 1684. Mrs. MaryCollins d. Oct. 25, 1709. Samuel Collins, (brother of Rev. Nathaniel,) lands recorded Feb. 28, 1667, vol..."
Date:1847
Place:England
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Text:".... 16 April, 1683, d. April 23, 1683. The Rev. Nathaniel Collins d. Dec. 28, 1684. Mrs. MaryCollins d. Oct. 25, 1709. Samuel Collins, (brother of Rev. Nathaniel,) lands recorded Feb. 28, 1667, vol. 1, p..."
Date:1860
Place:England
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Text:".... 16 April, 1683, d. April 23, 1683. The Rev. Nathaniel Collins d. Dec. 28, 1684. Mrs. MaryCollins d. Oct. 25, 1709; Samuel Collins, (brother of Rev. Nathaniel,) lands recorded Feb. 28, 1667, vol. 1, p..."
Date:1860
Place:England
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Text:"... of a swan and came to her through Lord and Lady Hares family, to whom Lady Washington had presented it. Perhaps the crowning achievement of her life was the establishment of the MaryCollinsWhiting Free..."
Date:1906
Place:Michigan, USA
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Text:"..., in Boston. In person she is of medium hight, slight, with sunny hair and blue eyes. Her hand is ever open to those who need material aid WHITING, Mrs. MaryCollins, lawyer and business woman, born..."
Date:1893
Place:Richmond, Virginia, USA
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Text:"... in the Brunswick Hotel, in Boston. In person she is of medium hight, slight, with sunny hair and blue eyes. Her hand is ever open to those who need material aid WHITING, Mrs. MaryCollins, lawyer and business woman..."
Publication date:1893
Publication place:Buffalo, New York, USA
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Text:"... is of medium hight, slight, with sunny hair and blue eyes. Her hand is ever open to those who need material aid. WHITING, Mrs. MaryCollins, lawyer and business woman, born in the township of York, Washtenaw..."
Date:1897
Publication place:Ohio, USA
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Text:"..., and was ordained in 1668 ; was the first pastor of the church at Middletown, and was a famous minister in his davs. His daughter (III) MaryCollins, married (II) John Hamlin. (I) Elder William Goodwin (1598..."
Date:1905
Place:Connecticut, USA
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Text:"...244 BOARDaiAN ANCESTRY. administered by his widow, MaryCollins. The distribution was to the Relict £57, to John (eldest son) £147, and the rest of the children are to have £73 apeice. 191..."
Date:1906
Place:Connecticut, USA
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Text:"... married in Middletown, January, 1684, MaryCollins, bom there 11 May, 1666; died there 3 May, 1733; daughter of Nathaniel and Mary (Whiting) Collins (see page 333); and married second, 2 Jan., 1733, Mrs..."
Date:1915
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Text:"..., 586 Mary Catherine 438 Mary Clark 449 MaryCollins 293 Mary E. 305, 342, 349, 364, 383, 419. 429, 445, 455, 477, 511-3 Mary Eliza 347, 457, 509 Mary Elizabeth 235, 311, 318. 342, 380, 390, 432, 436, 440..."
Date:1918
Publication place:Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... of the Hartford County Court, and judge of the Superior Court of Connecticut. He married (first) in January, 1684, MaryCollins, born May II, 1666, died May 5, 1722, daughter of Rev. Nathaniel and Mary (Whiting..."
Date:1916
Place:Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... of the Hartford County Court, and judge of the Superior Court of Connecticut. He married (first) in January, 1684, MaryCollins, born May II, 1666, died May 5, 1722, daughter of Rev. Nathaniel and Mary (Whiting..."
Date:1916
Place:Massachusetts, USA