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Text:"... documents JessieAnnBenton. How are we to call "our Jessie 1" Col. Benton was married, after becoming Senator, to Elizabeth, daughter of Col. James McDowell, of, Rockbridge county, Virginia. Mrs. Benton died..."
Date:Apr 27 1858
Publication:Richland Center, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... for President of the Re- publican Party, first Civil War major-general in charge of the Department of the years was to pass before the living town of Fremont ful- filled Jessie's ambitious dreams. Jessie .'Ann..."
Date:Sep 20 1967
Publication:Fremont, California, United States of America
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Text:"...'s ambitious dreams. JessieAnnBenton first met young Lieutenant John Fremont at a musicale at Miss English's Academy For Girls in Georgetown, a sub- urb of Washington, D.C. She was 16 and Senator Tom Benton..."
Date:Sep 30 1966
Publication:Fremont, California, United States of America
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Text:"... not »ne ^ng in sendine them aU to you. We are »«1, wd aU join to eendii« their fcve. Your afléctionáto daughter, ^ JESSIEANNBENTON FREMONT. ^St. Looh, Dec. 3d, 1843. jjtia Sia: I am aware that you wiU ba..."
Date:Dec 14 1843
Publication:Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America
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Text:"...., in this city, by the Rev. Mr. Von Hor8eigh.Mi^'JessieAnnBenton, second daughter of Col. Benton, to Mr. John C. Fremont, ofthe United States Army/' My impresBidn and belief are that this is her true lAme..."
Date:Apr 29 1858
Publication:Goshen, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... Jessie's ambitious dreams. JessieAnnBenton first iuel young Lieutenant John Fremont at a mnsicale at Miss English's Academy For Girls in Georgetown, a sub- urb of Washington, D.C. She was 10 and Senator..."
Date:Jan 2 1969
Publication:Fremont, California, United States of America
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Text:"... children, four' daughters and two sons. One! daughter, JessieAnnBenton, mar-! ried John Charles Fremont, thci famous explorer and first presi-j cfcril.'al candidate of the fiepubli-can party, I Years later..."
Date:Dec 14 1958
Publication:Joplin, Missouri, United States of America
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Text:"... announcement, put in type, if J am not greatly in error, from Col. Benton's manuscript : “ Married, ob the 19th ult , in this city, bv he Rev. Mr. Von Horseigh, Miss JessieAnnBenton, second daughter of Col..."
Date:Apr 28 1858
Publication:Sandusky, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... properly be granted. He was a most loving father. At his death he left four surviving daughters, - Mrs. William Carey Jones, Mrs. Sarah Benton Jacobs, Madame Susan Benton Boilleau, and Mrs. JessieAnn..."
Date:Between 1782 and 1903
Publication place:Boston, New York, USA
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Text:"..., daughter of Col James McDowell, of llockbridge county, Virginia, and of Sarah his wife, born Sarah Preston ; and has surviving issue four daughters : Mrs. William Carey Jones, Mrs. JessieAnnBenton Fremont..."
Date:Between 1820 and 1850
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., daughter of Col James McDowell, of Rockbridge county, Virginia, and of Sarah his wife, born Sarah Preston ; and has surviving issue four daughters : Mrs. William Carey Jones, Mrs. JessieAnnBenton Fremont..."
Date:Between 1820 and 1850
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:".... William Carey Jones, Mrs. JessieAnnBenton Fremont, Mrs. Sarah Benton Jacob, and Madame Susan Benton Boillcau,now at Calcutta, wife of the French consul general - all respectable in life and worthy..."
Date:Between 1820 and 1850
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., daughter of Col James McDowell, of Rockbridge county, Virginia, and of Sarah his wife, born Sarah Preston ; and has surviving issue four daughters : Mrs. William Carey Jones, Mrs. JessieAnnBenton Fremont..."
Date:Between 1820 and 1863
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... properly be granted. He was a most loving father. At his death he left four surviving daughters, - Mrs. William Carey Jones, Mrs. Sarah Benton Jacobs, Madame Susan Benton Boilleau, and Mrs. JessieAnn..."
Date:Between 1782 and 1858
Place:Missouri, USA
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Text:"... be granted. He was a most loving father. At his death he left four surviving daughters, Mrs. William Carey Jones, Mrs. Sarah Benton Jacobs, Madame Susan Benton Boilleau, and Mrs. JessieAnnBenton Fremont..."
Date:Between 1782 and 1858
Place:Missouri, USA
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Text:"... properly be granted. He was a most loving father. At his death he left four surviving daughters, Mrs. William Carey Jones, Mrs. Sarah Benton Jacobs, Madame Susan Benton Boilleau, and Mrs. JessieAnn..."
Date:Between 1782 and 1858
Place:Missouri, USA
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Text:"... Jones, Mrs. Sarah Benton Jacobs, Madame Susan Benton Boilleau, and Mrs. JessieAnnBenton Fremont, the wife of the great explorer, whose wonderful feats and adventures, ending with the conquest..."
Date:Between 1782 and 1858
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... properly be granted. He was a most loving father. At his death he left four surviving daughters, - Mrs. William Carey Jones, Mrs. Sarah Benton Jacobs, Madame Susan Benton Boilleau, and Mrs. JessieAnn..."
Date:Between 1782 and 1858
Place:Missouri, USA
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Text:"... Jones, Mrs. Sarah Benton Jacobs, Madame Susan Benton Boilleau, and Mrs. JessieAnnBenton Fremont, the wife of the great explorer, whose wonderful feats and adventures, ending with the conquest..."
Date:Between 1782 and 1858
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... properly be granted. He was a most loving father. At his death he left four surviving daughters, - Mrs. William Carey Jones, Mrs. Sarah Benton Jacobs, Madame Susan Benton Boilleau, and Mrs. JessieAnn..."
Date:Between 1782 and 1903
Publication place:Boston, New York, USA