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Text:"...This is a document signed by HenryAlexanderScammellDearborn as adjutant General for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts accepting the resignatino of George Patch as Captain of a Company..."
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Text:".... Oct, 8, 1780. Elizabeth Lemon, b. Oct. 17, 1781. Hannah Swett, b. Oct. 6, 1783; d. Oct. 10, 1868, in Boston; m. May 5, 1807, Gen. HenryAlexanderScammellDearborn,* A. M., A. A. S., M. C, President..."
Date:1917
Place:Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... Bowdoin, widow of James Bowdoin, in 1813. HenryAlexanderScammellDearborn [#.^] was his son by his second wife. [Dearborns Journal while on Arnolds Expedition to Quebec 1 mentioned above, journals which..."
Date:1935
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Text:".... Oct, 8, 1780. Elizabeth Lemon, b. Oct. 17, 1781. Hannah Swett, b. Oct. 6, 17S3; d. Oct. 10, 1868, in Boston; m. May 5, 1S07, Gen. HenryAlexanderScammellDearborn,* A. M., A. A. S., M. C, President..."
Date:1917
Publication place:Salem, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... be the will of the Party he will bow to it. In haste but very cordially and respectfvdly yours, T. Watkins. From HenryAlexanderScammellDearborn. Boston, August 14, 1827. My dear Col., - I am much indebted to you..."
Date:Between 1819 and 1831
Publication place:Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...REMNANTS OF THE LETTER FILES OF THE DEARBORN FAMILY The following letters from the files of General Henry Dearborn and his son, HenryAlexanderScammellDearborn, are now in the possession of Mrs..."
Date:Between 1916 and 1917
Place:Mississippi, USA
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Text:"...THE DEARBORNS. 47 from which he so promptly started after hearing of the battle of Lexington, I have no remembrance of ever seeing him, as he died June 6, 1829; but his son, Gen. HenryAlexander..."
Date:1884
Publication place:Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Text:"...THE DEARBORNS. 47 from which he so promptly started after hearing of the battle of Lexington, I have no remembrance of ever seeing him, as he died June 6, 1829; but his son, Gen. HenryAlexander..."
Date:1884
Publication place:Chicago, Illinois, USA