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Text:"... to President Roosevelt in a neatly bound volume. SALEM FOUR GENERATIONS. Mrs. AbigailBrooks Pierce, 80; George B. Pierce, 54; G. Walter Pierce, 29; Abl- gaii Brooks Pierce, 10. SALEM, July 17.—The Pierce family..."
Date:July 17 1907
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... county. Her mother ed a number of years ago. Besides her.father, Miss Snyder survived by two brothers Elmer yder, of .near Mechanicsbhrg, lio, and ATill at home, and one ter, Mrs. AbigailBrooks..."
Date:Nov 27 1916
Publication:Portsmouth, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...THE PORTSMOUTH TIMES, POflTSMOUTH. OHIO SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1949 Deaths And Funerals VAFIADES PTde8 _ n _Bleeping Place AS LEADER OFlFor East End Man Oliid Valley Obituaries Mrs. AbigailBrooksMrs..."
Date:Feb 5 1949
Publication:Portsmouth, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...í t 'ç< ' ‘ « i'll iNSocim'. . (Coniimied /ro« Preceding Page.) , give a musical tea tliis afternoon at the home of MissAbigailBrooks Craig, 1319 Woodlawn place, at 3 o’clock. The program..."
Date:May 13 1928
Publication:Kansas City, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:".... Wamaley, Mrs, J. J. Connor, Mrs. Sally Anaon, Mrs. F. W. Warner and Mn. Jesse Jenkins. Mrs. D, S. Drake, Mn. William Glasgow, Mrs. AbigailBrooks and Mrs. A. B. Colley wore un- able to be present..."
Date:May 25 1941
Publication:Portsmouth, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... GOODS CO. SHOP EARLY Jessie Cranston and Mrs. Ohio, and Will at home, and.one oister, Mrs. AbigailBrooks of Snydcr was a member of the Glendale M. E. church back Miss Ethel Clutts of Mrs. P. A. Worden..."
Date:Nov 29 1916
Publication:Portsmouth, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... Jenkins pleted his course in It he Ports- Saturday. 1 month Commercial College. Mrs. Abigail .Brooks, of Ports- mouth, is visiting her, father, Ezra Snyder. Duncan Flowers' baby is quite ill. Oscar..."
Date:July 3 1909
Publication:Portsmouth, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... of Portland, Me., tanner, conveyed onesixth of that part of the estate to widow AbigailBrooks of Salem May 30, 1796.^ The widow, Eunice Richardson, of Salem, released her interest, and apparently the interest..."
Date:Between 1905 and 1906
Place:Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"..., where he d. Sept. 17, 1840. Mrs. Brooks d. May 24, 1844. Children : 12682. David Brooks, 6 b. Jan. 1, 1775 ; d. June 25, 1791. 12683. AbigailBrooks, 6 + . 12684. Patience Brooks, 6 + . 12685. Polly..."
Date:Between 1638 and 1900
Place:Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"..., where he d. Sept. 17, 1840. Mrs. Brooks d. May 24, 1844. Children : 12682. David Brooks, 6 b. Jan. 1, 1775 ; d. June 25, 1791. 12683. AbigailBrooks, 6 +. 12684. Patience Brooks, 6 + . 12685. Polly Brooks..."
Date:Between 1638 and 1909
Place:Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...CHARLES FRANCIS ADAMS Charles Francis Adams, the second of the name, was born in Quincy, on the 27th day of May, 1835, and was the third child of Charles F. Adams the elder, and Abigail (Brooks..."
Date:Between 1835 and 1915
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Text:"... of Portland, Me., tanner, conveyed onesixth of that part of the estate to widow AbigailBrooks of Salem May 30, 1796.^ The widow, Eunice Richardson, of Salem, released her interest, and apparently the interest..."
Publication date:1906
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Text:"..., in Princeton, where he d. Sept. 17, 1840; Mrs. Brooks d. May 24, 1844. Children : 34. David Brooks, 6 b. Jan. 1, 1775 ; d. June 25, 1791. 35. AbigailBrooks, 6 b. Sept. 16, 1776; m. Oct. 17, 1796, Reuben, son..."
Date:1903
Publication place:Haverhill, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... of Thomas and Ann Boylston, of Watertown. She was dismissed from Cambridge Church to Medford, in 1713. Ebenezer and Abigail (Boylston) Brooks had eight children : Caleb, Ebenezer, Thomas, Samuel, Abigail..."
Date:1908
Place:New Hampshire, USA
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Text:"...Sarah Brooks and Joseph Skinner, both of Woburn, Nov. i. 1768. Susanna Brooks and Abraham Skinner, July 6, 1769. Samuel Brooks and Martha Pierce, both of Woburn, Aug. 8, 1769. AbigailBrooks and Francis..."
Date:1890
Publication place:Woburn, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... AbigailBrooks, who died Apr. I, 1822, aged 7 years and 7 days. Here lies interd the Remains of Eli Brooks, Esq., son of John Brooks Anna his Wife who Departed this Life Oct^ 25*^, 1775, ^tat 19. A youth..."
Date:1886
Place:Connecticut, USA
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Text:"... in 1833-4. In 1843 *■ Idomen appeared. Mrs. Brooks baptismal name was not Maria, but Abigail. In 18 19 the General Court allowed her to take the name of Mary AbigailBrooks, by which name she was baptized..."
Date:1898
Publication place:Medford, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... of Portland, Me., tanner, conveyed onesixth of that part of the estate to widow AbigailBrooks of Salem May 30, 1796.^ The widow, Eunice Richardson, of Salem, released her interest, and apparently the interest..."
Date:Between 1905 and 1906
Publication place:Salem, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"..., in Princeton, where he d. Sept. 17, 1840; Mrs. Brooks d. May 24, 1844. Children : 34. David Brooks, 6 b. Jan. 1, 1775 ; d. June 25, 1791. 35. AbigailBrooks, 6 b. Sept. 16, 1776; m. Oct. 17, 1796, Reuben, son..."
Date:1903
Publication place:Haverhill, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"..., 1795. Zachariah Brooks married Abigail Grant, both of Salem, June 5, 1795. Luke Brooks married Polly Hathorne, both of Salem, June 3, 1798. Phebe Brooks published to William Symonds, free negroes..."
Date:1907
Publication place:Salem, Massachusetts, USA