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Text:"..., Elizabeth H. Jones, Oliver H. Jones, Phebe Jones, Jacob B. Willis, William M. Willis, John J. Hewlett, Mary J. Hewlett, Hannah Willis, Sarah W. Simonson, Obadiah Jackson, ThomasJones, Joshua T. Jones, Eliza..."
Date:Between 1665 and 1907
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...BRITISH ARTISTS -THOMASJONES BARKER. England possessed, what France has at Versailles, a gallery almost expressly devoted to a pictorial record of her military exploits, the artist whose works..."
Date:1878
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Text:"...- I walked out while they vrere doing it Did they open the inner door r-^Yes. Did the bishop, or any of the other defendants, make their appearance there? When I walked out of the ofke, I saw Mr. Thomas..."
Date:1783
Place:England
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Text:"..., and ThomasJones, Esq., two of the Judges of the Supreme Court,* and every member of IS subject to the payment of a double tax. Smiths estate was in this predicament. No sooner did a peace take place between..."
Date:1879
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"... of Sir William, with the Jones family ; and with his energy and untiring perservance he might have traced the parentage and early history of Maj. ThomasJones (i). A few words about Mr. John H. Jones seem..."
Date:Between 1665 and 1907
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...-SherifT of Queens, and on April 3, 1706, was made Major of the Queens County Regiment. Hence the title of * Major ThomasJones, by which he has always been designated. Governor Hunter appointed him ** Ranger General..."
Date:1879
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"...-Sheriff of Queens, and on April 3, 1706, was made Major of the Queens County Regiment. Hence the title of * Major ThomasJones, by which he has always been designated. Governor Hunter appointed him * Ranger General..."
Date:1879
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., and ThomasJones, Esq., two of the Judges of the Supreme Court,* and every member of b subject to the payment of a double tax. Smiths estate was in thb predica* ment No sooner did a peace take place between..."
Date:1879
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"... possession, and the inhabitants her subjects ; and that the property libelled was taken out of the house of the said ThomasJones, situate upon the aforesaid Island. Upon this evidence the jury determined..."
Date:1879
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"...74 HISTORY OF NEW YORK. return, stopped at a house then belonging to ThomasJones, Esq., at Fort Neck, called the refugee house, from his permitting several of these poor loyal people to live in it..."
Date:1879
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"... Woodhull, and Genl. Gold S. Silliman, the latter of whom, 29 years later, in 1779, being a prisoner of war in the hands of the British, was exchanged for ThomasJones. The discussions which led to the Rev..."
Date:Between 1665 and 1907
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., Bonney Jones. (VI. 81) JOSHUA THOMASJONES, son of Townsend (V. 82); b.Sept. 8, 1855; d. Oct. 5, 1905; m. June 16, 1886, Alethea Augusta, dau. of Isaac Labagh, of N. Y. City. No issue. In 1872 he..."
Date:Between 1665 and 1907
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... of as great a rebel ^ as existed) were pardoned, released, and discharged, without any punishment whatever. ThomasJones, Esq., had his house at Fort Neck, in Queens County, on Long Island, broken open..."
Date:1879
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., signed by himself, and countersigned by * Joseph Reed, Esq., then Adjutant-General of the American Army. ThomasJones/ London, loth June, 1783. The above case speaks for itself.- It requires no comments..."
Date:1879
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"...74 HISTORY OF NEW YORK. return, stopped at a house then belonging to ThomasJones, Esq., at Fort Neck, called the refugee house, from his permitting several of these poor loyal people to live in it..."
Date:1879
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., and countersigned by Joseph Reed, Esq., then Adjutant-General of the American Army. ThomasJones. London, 10th June, 1783. The above case speaks for itself. It requires no comments. It is a contradiction in terms..."
Date:1879
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"...276 HISTORY OF NEW YORK. vices to their Sovereign. In this situation were Colonel Frederick Phillipse, Hugh Wallace, ThomasJones, James Jauncey, and John Rapelje, Esqs., with Alexander Wallace..."
Date:1879
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., and the inhabitants her subjects ; and that .the property libelled was taken out of the house of the said ThomasJones, situate upon the aforesaid Island. Upon this evidence the jury determined that the effects..."
Date:1879
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"... of as great a rebel as existed) were pardoned, released, and discharged, without any punishment whatever. ThomasJones, Esq., had his house at Fort Neck, in Queens County, on Long Island, broken open..."
Date:1879
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"...276 HISTORY OF NEW YORK. Vices to their Sovereign. In this situation were Colonel Frederick Phillipse, Hugh Wallace, ThomasJones, James Jauncey, and John Rapelje, Esqs., with Alexander Wallace..."
Date:1879
Place:New York, USA