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Text:"... SamuelPhillipsLee was born in Sully, Fairfax county, Va., on February 13, 181 2. He was the eldest son of Francis Lightfoot Lee. He was appointed a midshipman from Virginia when thirteen years old..."
Date:1898
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"...When the war broke out, SamuelPhillipsLee, who \V;LS horn in Vir ginia in 1S1I, h;ul already seen twenty-six years of almost continu ous service. During the Civil War he was frequently shifted, hut..."
Date:1911
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... he will form a host of friends for himself and for the service. lass (3) I Class Numerals umcrals (1). U. S. S. S. P. LEE- After Rear Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee. He commanded the Oneida..."
Date:1927
Place:Maryland, USA
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Text:"... of those subordinate officers who were principally engaged in them. SamuelPhillipsLee is a Virginian by birth, and was appointed midshipman from that State in November, 1825, and hence had been thirty..."
Date:Between 1861 and 1865
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...When the war broke out, SamuelPhillipsLee, who was born in Virginia in 1811, had already seen twenty-six years of almost continuous service. During the Civil War he was frequently shifted..."
Date:1911
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...^^fj - r When the war broke out, SamuelPhillipsLee, who was bom m Virginia in 18U, liad already seen twenty-six years of almost continuous service. Dimng the Civil \Var he was frequently sliifted..."
Date:1911
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... limits are given in the sketches of those subordinate ofiicers who were principally engaged in them. SamuelPhillipsLee is a Virginian by birth, and was appointed midshipman from that State in November..."
Publication date:1867
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Text:"... and crew, and died as a result of smoke inhalation. S. P. LEE TORPEDO BOAT DESTROYER Length, 314 feet Beam, 30 feet, 11 inches Draft, 9 feet, 4 inches Named for Rear Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee, U. S. Navy..."
Date:1925
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Text:"...J / ^,,j- rjj , , , j ^ When the war broke out, SamuelPhillipsLee, who was born in Virginia in 1811, had already seen twenty-six years of almost continuous ser\ice. During the Civil War he..."
Date:1911
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...- gaged in the Iceland fisheries, has been lost, with 23 members of her crew. Rear Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee, U. 3. N., retired, the last of the com- manders of great squadrons during the Civil War..."
Date:July 22 1897
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
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Text:"..., recently en- gaged in the Iceland fisheries, has been lost, with 23 members of her crew. Rear Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee, TJ. S. 'N., retired, the last of the com- manders of great squadrons during the War..."
Date:July 9 1897
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
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Text:"... that the French trawler, Liberia, recently en- gaged in the Iceland fisheries, lias been 3ost, with 23 members of her crew. Rear Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee, U. S. N., retired, the last of the com- manders of great..."
Date:June 23 1897
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
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Text:"..., with 23 members of her crew. Bear Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee, U. S. N., retired, the last of the com- manders of great squadrons during the Civil War, is dead at Silver Springs, Va. Governor Tanner has..."
Date:July 24 1897
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
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Text:"... or death. When I die, if my ooffin i* too large, fill in the empty spaee with *aw dost.’* ReArAdm^l SamuelPhillipsLee, United St Ate* Navy, retired, the l**t of the commen-dent* of. great aqnadronsin..."
Date:June 26 1897
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... says that the trawler, Liberta, recently eii gaged in the Iceland fisheries, has been 3ost, with 23 members of her crew. Bear Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee TJ. S. N., retired, the last of the com aaanders..."
Date:July 14 1897
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
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Text:"..., has been lost, with members of her crew. Rear Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee, T. S. If., retired, the last of the coui- nauders of great squadrons during the 'Civil War, is dead at Silver Springs, Va..."
Date:July 1 1897
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
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Text:"... at Mcriden. Conn., for A cutting affray took place near Mountain City. Tenn., in which Bud Price killed James Hampton and fatal- ly wounded Hampton's brother. Keur Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee, U. S. N1..."
Date:June 17 1897
Publication:Marble Rock, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"..., Eng. A dispatch from Dieppe says that the French trawler, Liberta, recently en- gaged in the Iceland fisheries, has been Avith 23 members of her crew. Rear Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee, U. S. N., retired..."
Date:Aug 3 1897
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
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Text:"..., recently cn- .-gaged iu the Iceland fisheries, has been -lost, with 23 members of her crew. Rear Admiral SamuelPhillipsLee, r. S. N., retired, the last of the com- of great squadrons during the , is dead..."
Date:June 29 1897
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
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