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Text:"... of tho gifts now In care of the government Is a Bible cover of tapes- try which was used to protect the family Blblo of FrancesThorntonWashington. niece of George Wash- ington, from dust and bard usage..."
Date:June 20 1912
Publication:Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... to protect the family Bible of FrancesThorntonWashington a niece of George Wash ington from dust and hard usage A piece of the crepe which was hung on the door knob at Mount Vernon on the occasion..."
Date:June 22 1912
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... Indian War and all of con siderable historical value These objects were formerly owned y Pay Director Balls father the la1 Gorge Washington Ball grandson o FrancesThorntonWashington daugh ter of Charles..."
Date:June 7 1912
Publication:Abilene, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... which was used to protect the family Bible of FrancesThorntonWashington a niece of George Wash jngton from dust and hard usoge A piece of tho crepe which washung on ithe door knob at Mount the occasion..."
Date:June 19 1912
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"..., grandson of FrancesThorntonWashington, daughter of Charles Washington, the younger brother of George, and have been retained in the possession of a .direct descendant of Mary Ball, the mother of George..."
Date:July 27 1912
Publication:Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States of America
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Text:"... by the Father of His Country. One of the gifts now In the care of the government Is a Bible cover of tapes- try which was used to protect the family Bible of FrancesThorntonWashington, a niece of George Wash..."
Date:June 20 1912
Publication:Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... and all of consider ble historical value These objects were formerly owned by Pay Director Balls father the late George Washington Ball grandson of FrancesThorntonWashington daugh ter of Charles..."
Date:June 27 1912
Publication:Milford, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... in the care of the government is a Bible corer of tapes- try which was used to protect family Blbfo of FrancesThorntonWashington, a niece of George Wash- ington, from dust and hard usage. A piece of the crepe..."
Date:July 11 1912
Publication:Oxford Junction, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... which was used to protect the family Bible of FrancesThorntonWashington, a niece of George Washington, from dust and hard usage. A piece of the crepe wh^ph was hung on the door knob at Mount Vernon..."
Date:July 4 1912
Publication:North Judson, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... holding George Washington Ball grandson of FrancesThorntonWashington daughter of Charles Washington the younger brother of George and have been retained In the possession of a direct descendant of Mary..."
Date:Sep 26 1912
Publication:Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... father the late George Washington Btill grandson of FrancesThorntonWashington daughter of Charles Washington the younger brother of George andhave been retained in the possession of a direct descend ant..."
Date:June 15 1912
Publication:Emporia, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... Ball, grandson of FrancesThorntonWashington, daughter of Charles Washington, the younger brother ot George, and have been retained In the possession of a direct descendant of Mary Ball, the mother..."
Date:July 16 1912
Publication:Escanaba, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:"... value These objects v e r e formerly S owned by Pay Di- rector Ball's er George Washington Ball grandson of FrancesThorntonWashington daughter of Charles Washington the younger of George and have been..."
Date:July 24 1912
Publication:Sheboygan, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"..., his wife (cousins). Gr.-granddaughter of ThorntonWashington and FrancesThorntonWashington, his second wife (cousins). Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Washington and Mildred Thornton, his second wife..."
Date:1896
Publication place:Washington, District of Columbia, USA
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Text:"...-granddaughter of Col. Burges Ball and FrancesThorntonWashington, his wife. Col. Burges Ball was captain of infantry, lieutenant colonel, commanding his own regiment of the line, and volunteer aid-de-camp to Gen..."
Date:Between 1890 and 1891
Publication place:Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... to cover the family Bible of FrancesThorntonWashington, niece of George Washington and wife of Colonel Burges Ball; a fragment of crepe from the door of Mount Vernon on the occasion of George Washingtons..."
Date:1912
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...-granddaughter of Col. Burges Ball and FrancesThorntonWashington, his wife. Col. Burges Ball was captain of infantry, lieutenant colonel, commanding his own regiment of the line, and volunteer aid-de-camp to Gen..."
Date:1891
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Text:"... to cover the family Bible of FrancesThorntonWashington, niece of George Washington and wife of Colonel Burges Ball; a fragment of crepe from the door of Mount Vernon on the occasion of George Washingtons..."
Date:1912
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:".... Burges Ball and FrancesThorntonWashington, his wife. See No. 1157. Great-granddaughter of Robert Randolph, who was aid to Gen. Wayne. Also great-great-granddaughter of Charles Washington, Moore..."
Date:1896
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Text:"... and FrancesThorntonWashington, his wife. See No. 1157. Great-granddaughter of R.obert Randolph, who was aid to Gen. Wayne. Also great-great-granddaughter of Charles Washington, Moore Fauntleroy, and Charles..."
Date:1896
Publication place:Washington, District of Columbia, USA