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Text:"...CAPT. JAMES SPEED AND MARY SPENCER - SECOND BRANCH. 113 that of a merchant. The principles upon which merchandise is conducted in all the civilized countries of the world - nay, as far as I can..."
Date:1892
Publication place:Louisville, Kentucky, USA
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Text:"...LEWIS SPEED - FIFTH BRANCH. 155 7. Thos. P., born 1818; died unmarried. 8. Asaph Hunter, born 1820. 9. Susan Slaughter, born 1833; married Wm. Dieus, in Missouri. JAMES S.- SPEED. James Stephens..."
Date:1892
Publication place:Louisville, Kentucky, USA
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Text:"...72 CAPT. JAMES SPEED AND MARY SPENCER- SECOND BRANCH. He was a sincere and earnest Christian, a member and elder in the Presbyterian church. His house was ahvajs open to his friends..."
Date:1892
Publication place:Louisville, Kentucky, USA
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Text:"...CAPT. JAMES SPEED AND MARY SPENCER - SECOND BRANCH. 131 went to New Albany, Ind., from Newark as one of the original settlers. There he lived an honored life till his death at the age of seventy..."
Date:1892
Publication place:Louisville, Kentucky, USA
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Text:"... September 21, 1711, in his eighty-fifth year, and was buried at Holy Rood. John Speed, M.D., eldest son of the last, was educated at Winchester and New College; B.C. L. October 1697, M.D. 1709. He settled..."
Date:1883
Place:England
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Text:"...A HISTORY OF SOUTHAMPTON PARTLY FROM THE MS. OF DR. SPEED, IN THE SOUTHAMPTON ARCHIVES. BY THE REV. J. SILVESTER DAVIES, M.A., F.S.A. VICAR OF ST. JAMESS, ENFIELD HIGHWAY. SOUTHAMPTON: GILBERT CO..."
Date:1883
Place:England
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Text:"..., said : Gods death, my L,ords (for that was her oath ever in anger), I have been enforced this day to scour up my old L,atin that hath lain so long in rusting ! The writings of John Speed..."
Date:1892
Publication place:Louisville, Kentucky, USA
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Text:"...CAPT. JAMKS SPKED AND MARY SPENCER- SECOND BRANCH. 115 James Speed, Jr., son of James Speed, was educated for the law, being a graduate of the Louisville Law School, and studied with his father..."
Date:1892
Publication place:Louisville, Kentucky, USA
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Text:"... will not mention all, but can not refrain from acknowledging my indebtedness to Miss Sallie Peters Speed, of Slatersville Springs, New York ; Mrs Charles A. Cook, of Warrenton, N. C. ; Mrs. Eliza P. Raney..."
Date:1892
Publication place:Louisville, Kentucky, USA
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Text:"... is an extract from an address made at the decoration of soldiers graves at Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, May 30, 1875. Dr. J. J. Speed said these words were worthy to be printed on silk : The men who sleep..."
Date:1892
Publication place:Louisville, Kentucky, USA
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Text:"...James Speed Southern convention. This was done that the Southern men present might talk over the peculiar problems of the South without any hindrance from their Northern friends. James Speed was made..."
Date:Between 1812 and 1914
Publication place:Louisville, Kentucky, USA
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Text:"...THE POLITICAL CLUB. 67 Guilford, North Carolina, where Captain James Speed received a shot through his body while leading his command in the battle. At the close of the Revolutionary War he removed..."
Date:Between 1786 and 1894
Place:Kentucky, USA
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Text:"..., Colonel Charles D. Pennebaker; Lieutenant-Colonel John H. Ward; Majors John Carlisle, S. J. Coyne, Alex Magruder; Adjutants D. B. Waggener, James B. Speed; Quartermaster Thomas R. McBeath. The Twenty..."
Date:Between 1860 and 1907
Place:Kentucky, USA
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Text:"...James Speed shrewd man. With all the vigilance that he can use he must be now and then cheated. I will do what I can to guard him. The business of the department is hard to keep up and give..."
Date:Between 1812 and 1914
Publication place:Louisville, Kentucky, USA
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Text:"... in Garrard County. General Nelson arrived there in July and appointed Frank Wolford, W. J. Landrum, Judge Thomas E. Bramlette, Speed S. Fry, and T. T. Garrard to raise regiments. Wolford became Colonel..."
Date:Between 1860 and 1865
Place:Kentucky, USA
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Text:"...35 2 Union Cause in Kentucky high misdemeanor and be fined not less than $100 nor more than $500. Approved Dec. 21, 1861. {War Records, Serial No. 127, p. 807.) § 17. General Speed S. Fry, in his..."
Date:Between 1860 and 1907
Place:Kentucky, USA
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Text:"...86 CAPT. JAMES SPEED AND MARY SPENCER - SECOND BRANCH. erate general, Zollicoffer, fell by a shot from Colonel Frys pistol. In March, 1862, Colonel Fry was made Brigadier-General, and served..."
Date:1892
Publication place:Louisville, Kentucky, USA
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Text:"... it was that made him fear marriage was vague, but he sought answers with Speed. His analytical mind would not rest with the assumed, he must know the full reasons but even..."
Date:1941
Publication place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...HENRY SPEED AND ELIZABETH SPENCER - THIRD BRANCH. 53 ■ friendship, of true soldierly honor and of patriotism, will never fail to fall upon the grave of Speed. The resolutions of the bar of Detroit..."
Date:1892
Publication place:Louisville, Kentucky, USA
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Text:"...CAPT. JAMES SPEED AND MARY SPENCER - SECOND BRANCH. 143 WILLIAM RANKIN. William Rankin, son of Dr. Adam Rankin and Elizabeth Speed Rankin, was born in Henderson, Ky., and lived there all his life..."
Date:1892
Publication place:Louisville, Kentucky, USA