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Text:"... is still with us and that his usefulness continues standing for all that is best in our life. WJo all hope that many, many additional years may be given him.^ ThomasJordanJarvis was born at Jarvisburg..."
Date:June 21 1915
Publication:Lumberton, North Carolina, United States of America
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Text:"... States senatorship to succeed Senator Vance. [ThomasJordanJarvis was born in Currituck county, N. C., January 18, 183d He entered Randolph-Macon college and completed his course there In June, 1861, he..."
Date:Apr 26 1894
Publication:Elkhart, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... foremost citizens and patriots. The Grand Old Man of ODemocracy is no more. To few men has opportunity been given to serve their State so well as to ThomasJordanJarvis to serve North Carolina..."
Date:1915
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Text:"... foremost citizens and patriots. The Grand Old Man of Democracy is no more. To few men has opportunity been given to serve their State so well as to ThomasJordanJarvis to serve North Carolina..."
Date:Between 1915 and 1916
Publication place:Greenville, North Carolina, USA
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Text:"... talents and energies to its advancement and upbuilding. Fayetteville Observer. ThomasJordanJarvis, former governor of North Carolina and beloved and honored throughout the State, died at his home..."
Date:Between 1915 and 1916
Publication place:Greenville, North Carolina, USA
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Text:"... talents and energies to its advancement and upbuilding. Fayetteville Observer. ThomasJordanJarvis, former governor of North Carolina and beloved and honored throughout the State, died at his home..."
Date:1915
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Text:".... At nine oclock last night, at his home in Greenville, ThomasJordanJarvis quietly passed away. Thus ends a long and varied career. He loved his State and her people with a zeal which lasted to the end. He..."
Date:Between 1915 and 1916
Publication place:Greenville, North Carolina, USA
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Text:".... At nine oclock last night, at his home in Greenville, ThomasJordanJarvis quietly passed away. Thus ends a long and varied career. He loved his State and her people with a zeal which lasted to the end. He..."
Date:1915
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Text:"... fought shoulder to shoulder for the redemption of our glorious State Zebulon Baird Vance. ThomasJordanJarvis. ThomasJordanJarvis - the name will be forever associated with all that is best..."
Date:Between 1901 and 1905
Place:North Carolina, USA
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Text:"...., on the 23d, Henry T. Spear &Son, wholesale and retail dealers in jewelry, assigned, with liabilities of $50,000; assets the same. In the senate on the 23d the credentials of ThomasJordanJarvis..."
Date:Apr 25 1894
Publication:New Philadelphia, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... of the late Senator Randall L. Gibson, of Louisiana, were pro nounced, after which the house adjourned. In the senate, on the 23d, the credentials of ThomasJordanJarvis, appointed to fill the v.acancy caused..."
Date:Apr 27 1894
Publication:Huntingburg, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... at Greeneville and he expects to be at Washington next Wednesday. Hon. Tliomns JordanJarvis. ThomasJordanJarvis was born in Cur- rituck county January 18, 1836. Straitened circumstances denied him..."
Date:Apr 20 1894
Publication:Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America
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Text:"... at seeing his face appear before tho window of her carriage. MR. VANCE’S SUCCESSOR, ThomasJordanJarvis, al fa’, ran Senator from North Lanolin*. Mr. ThomasJordanJarvis, who succeeded the late Mr. Vance..."
Date:May 21 1894
Publication:Defiance, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... JORDANJARVIS. Iment, advancing from private to captain. At Dxiirjr's Bluff in 1804 his right arm was shattered by a Federal bullet. The arm has ever since been carried belpleas is • sling. After the war..."
Date:Apr 26 1894
Publication:Connersville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... to be the only kingdom with post age stamps prohibiting Sunday de livery MR SUCCESSOR Jordan Interim from Worth Mr ThomasJordanJarvis who suc ceeded the late Mr Vance as governor of North Carolina in 1879 when..."
Date:May 31 1894
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... 24.—The creden tials of ThomasJordanJarvis, newlj appointed senator from North Carolina were presented- by the vice-president m choice lights, ;5.25g5.ao. vead and placod on file. Cincinnati April 34..."
Date:Apr 24 1894
Publication:Columbus, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... in the loirislature of his Own speaker of the lower lieu tenant governor amS presidential elector a member of the state consti tutional convention and minister to and yet tho name of ThomasJordanJarvis..."
Date:Apr 22 1894
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...- ives and history, announced that he would soon place on display a portrait of ThomasJordanJarvis. governor of North Carolina, 1879- 85. The portrait will hang in the house of representatives..."
Date:Nov 8 1945
Publication:Burlington, North Carolina, United States of America
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Text:"... not Included. 3 Gov. ThomasJordanJarvis, born at Jarvisburg, Currituck coun- ty January 18, 1836. Shortly after completing his term as governor on January 21. 1885, he accepted the ppointment offered him..."
Date:Sep 12 1941
Publication:Burlington, North Carolina, United States of America
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Text:"... all hope that many, many additional years may be given him. ThomasJordanJarvis was born at Jarvisburg on January 18 18:36. He graduated from Randalph-Macon ('ollege in 18(30, serving the confederacy..."
Date:June 21 1915
Publication:Lumberton, North Carolina, United States of America