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Text:"... never been put into book form. The Hon. RichardCloughAnderson, Jr., was a native of Louisville, born August 4, 1788, son of the celebrated surveyor, Colonel R. C. Anderson, Sr., and Elizabeth (Clark..."
Date:1882
Place:Ohio, USA
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Text:"... by Captain RichardCloughAnderson of Colonel Charles Scotts regiment, Fifth Virginia Continental line. The subaltern officers of this company were John Anderson, first lieutenant; William Bentley, second..."
Date:Between 1758 and 1831
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... by Captain RichardCloughAnderson of Colonel Charles Scotts regiment, Fifth Virginia Continental line. The subaltern officers of this company were John Anderson, first lieutenant; William Bentley, second..."
Date:1921
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Text:"...312 VIRGINIA HISTORICAL MAGAZINE. HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL NOTES AND QUERIES. RichardCloughAnderson. On page i36, Virginia Historical Magazine, Vol. XX, No. a, there appears the following foot..."
Date:1912
Publication place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"... to 1826, and for many years thereafter, there was hardly a man or woman, white or black, in the State of Kentucky, who did not know that Lieutenant-Colonel RichardCloughAnderson had served throughout..."
Date:1912
Publication place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"... CloughAnderson, to whom he was married September 17, 1797, was Sarah Marshall, the daughter of Colonel William Marshall, an early settler in Henry county. This Colonel William Marshall was a son..."
Date:1889
Place:Kentucky, USA
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Text:"..., was the first Clerk of Jefferson county, and he built his ofifice here also, a small frame building directly over the Cave spring. R. C. Anderson, Jr., son of Colonel RichardCloughAnderson, and one of the most..."
Date:1882
Place:Ohio, USA
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Text:"... by Captain RichardCloughAnderson of Colonel Charles Scotts regiment, Fifth Virginia Continental line. The subaltern officers of this company were John Anderson, first lieutenant; William Bentley, second..."
Date:Between 1854 and 1936
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... to pay his landlord in Continental money, then depreciated at a thousand to one of coin. COLONEL R. C. ANDERSON. The most notable arrival of the year was Lieutenant-Colonel RichardCloughAnderson..."
Date:1882
Place:Ohio, USA
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Text:"...^Q^t fW* no. PABT I, BOOKS, GROUP I 58, June, 1914 3^ Anderson, RichardClough. Animals in social captivity, by RichardCloughAnderson; illustrations by Lilian Noble Herschede. Cincinnati, Stewart..."
Date:1914
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Text:"...1908.] Ye Andersons of Virginia. 251 YE SECOND PARTE. BIOGRAPHICAL. RichardCloughAnderson, Jr. RichardClough Axderson, Jr. was the oldest son of Col. RichardCloughAnderson and his first wife..."
Date:1908
Publication place:Columbus, Ohio, USA
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Text:"... by Captain RichardCloughAnderson of Colonel Charles Scotts regiment, Fifth Virginia Continental line. The subaltern officers of this company were John Anderson, first lieutenant; William Bentley, second..."
Date:Between 1758 and 1831
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... never been put into book form. The Hon. RichardCloughAnderson, Jr., was a native of Louisville, born August 4, 1788, son of the celebrated surveyor, Colonel R. C. Anderson, Sr., and Elizabeth (Clark..."
Date:1882
Place:Ohio, USA
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Text:"... of the Cosby family have never been put into book form. The Hon. RichardCloughAnderson, Jr., was a native of Louisville, born August 4, 17S8, son of the celebrated surveyor. Colonel R. C. Anderson, Sr., and F..."
Date:1882
Place:Ohio, USA
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Text:"... first Clerk of Jefferson .county, and he built his office here also, a small fi me building directly over the Cave spring. ■ R. C. Anderson, Jr., son of Colonel RichardCloughAnderson, and one..."
Date:1882
Place:Ohio, USA
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Text:"... to pay his landlord in Continental money, then depreciated at a thousand to one of coin. COLONEL R. C. ANDERSON. The most notable arrival of the year was Lieutenant-Colonel RichardCloughAnderson..."
Date:1882
Place:Ohio, USA
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Text:"... of Jefferson county, and he built his office here also, a small frame building directly over the Cave spring. R. C. Anderson, Jr., son of Colonel RichardCloughAnderson, and one of the most famous in the long..."
Date:1882
Place:Ohio, USA
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Text:"... CloughAnderson, Surveyor-General of Virginia in early times, and Aide-de-Camp of General Lafayette in the war of the American Revolution. Mr. Anderson, who was a brother of Major Anderson, the hero..."
Date:Mar 16 1878
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... a hoard, but it was not a first-class one in the eyes of these days. RichardCloughAnderson, however, left sons who continued his qu-st of the reai hoard and discovered it. Of these sons was one who..."
Date:Nov 22 1914
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... grandson of Lt. Col. RichardCloughAnderson, an original member of the Society of the Cincinnati, whose portrait hangs above the mantlepiecc in the billiard room. It was Capt. Anderson's intention..."
Date:Jan 10 1949
Publication:Kingsport, Tennessee, United States of America