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Text:"...CHAPTER XXVII. Presidents. 1862 William Tinker. 18(S3 John Corless. 1864 to 1866 William Tinker. 1867 James Kay. 1868 William Tinker. 1869 BenjaminPinder. 1870 to 1872 John Butcher. 1873 to 1881..."
Date:Between 1862 and 1902
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Text:"... place Wednesday Morning, June 19, a 11 o'clock, in the home of the bride, 21: South Third street. Miss Finder is thi daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John BenjaminPinder. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Southall have..."
Date:June 16 1907
Publication:Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America
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Text:".... Brewer, ot East Hartford, Conn.; 2 5 William E. Edgar Jr., of Brooklyn, S N. Y.; William H. Harris, of Rich-0 mond, Va.; BenjaminPinder, ot o Richmond, Va.; Henry M. Sackett 0 Jr., of Lynchburg, Va..."
Date:Aug 21 1932
Publication:Bluefield, West Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... place Wednesday Morning, June 19, a 11 o'clock, in the home of the bride, 21: South Third street. Miss Finder is thi daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John BenjaminPinder. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Southall have..."
Date:June 16 1907
Publication:Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America
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Text:"... George J., 41 Goldsmith-street, Nottingham .warehouseman Fox John, Melton-terrace, London-road, Nottingham ,,fitter . Gott Benjamin, Pinder-house-rd.., Meadows, Nottingham, coal dealer Hayes John, Bromley..."
Date:May 9 1888
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... iWllbei of Koihe.stcr H .'pending the Spring vacation with her par- ent'. Mr. nnd Mr'. P. Wllber of Third Street. Jane and BenjaminPinder of Rochester are upending week ,with their gi.imlp.irents Mr..."
Date:Apr 1 1932
Publication:Olean, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... or Messrs Pearl at Dedhim near the premfees or Jiathawiy Peters at whfert, Curt foruoatjon cas be had A G A june 21 _ ASSIGNEE'S THb hrrcby fiivc ub ic that BenjaminPinder of Han or Ira iudcntures bearing..."
Date:June 23 1847
Publication:Bangor, Maine, United States of America
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Text:"... place Wednesday Morning, June 19, a 11 o'clock, in the home of the bride, 21: South Third street. Miss Finder is thi daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John BenjaminPinder. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Southall have..."
Date:June 16 1907
Publication:Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America
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Text:"...., Ward brewer, of East Hartford, Conn.; Herbert Bryant, of Alexandria, Va,; Douglas Myers, of Petersburg, Va.; BenjaminPinder, of Richmond, Va., and Frank Sippley, of Princeton, N. J., are the veteran..."
Date:Sep 9 1931
Publication:Pulaski, Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"...-st.,Nottingham.. ' J Gill Henry, 92 Norton-street, Radford .. ..lacemaker \ Gott Benjamin, Pinder-house-road, off Crocus-street, butcher Nottingham Gray John, Sussex-street, Nottingham .. ..general..."
Date:July 13 1887
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... Andrew F. Donlon, BenjaminPinder, Frederick Tay--. A son to Mr. and Mrs. Walter was assigned but could not appre-.lor. Capt. Fngenc Ritzo. Leomin- (Jeanne ThibaulO of 54 hend the man. The investigation is..."
Date:Mar 3 1961
Publication:Fitchburg, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... troop in the parish, auditorium. the following awards will be made: tenderfoot badges by Asst. Scoutmaster Benjamin'. Pinder, second, class awards by Explorer -i Adviser Leo J. Tessier. first class awards..."
Date:Dec 12 1958
Publication:Fitchburg, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... Thomas Newham Nath. Nodes John Pitt Thomas Pain William Pemberton George Parker ChaTles Porton Francis Petty David Papillion Phillip Porter BenjaminPinder Samuel Pettitt Jarries Ruck James Robinfon Henry..."
Date:Mar 16 1724
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Lumsden. John BenjaminPinder. On paternal lines Mr. Pinder is of early Georgia ancestry, and on the maternal side is a direct descendant of John Adam Treutlen, governor of Georgia, one of the foremost..."
Date:1915
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"... Lumsden. John BenjaminPinder. On paternal lines Mr. Pinder is of early Georgia ancestr}, and on the maternal side is a direct descendant of John Adam Treutlen, governor of Georgia, one of the foremost..."
Date:1915
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"... L. F. Hudson ; Annie, married Oscar High ; John Benjamin, of whom further ; Walter Spears ; Bena T., married Coleman Johnston; Catherine Belle, married Robert L. Rand. (Ill) John BenjaminPinder..."
Date:1915
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"... Lumsden. John BenjaminPinder. On paternal hnes Mr. Pinder is of early Georgia ancestry, and on the maternal side is a direct descendant of John Adam Treutlen, governor of Georgia, one of the foremost..."
Date:1915
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"...) 72 and Capt. BenjaminPinder, bap. Jan. 8, 1804. [Capt. Benj. was lost in the wreck of the brig Sally, 1804, see page 68.] John Pinder was for more than forty years Turnkey in the Jail at Ipswich..."
Date:Between 1654 and 1900
Publication place:Ipswich, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...) 72 and Capt. BenjaminPinder, bap. Jan. 8, 1804. [Capt. Benj. was lost in the wreck of the brig Sally, 1804, see page 68.] John Pinder was for more than forty years Turnkey in the Jail at Ipswich..."
Date:Between 1654 and 1900
Publication place:Ipswich, Massachusetts, USA