4 edition of The life and times of the Hon. John Rolph, M.D. (1793-1870) found in the catalog.
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THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THE HON. JOHN ROLPH, M.D. (I) by MARIAN A. PATTERSON INSPIREDbyWilliamOrcutt'sbookFromMyLibraty Walls, I glancedoverthe portraits, the marble busts andthe other objects ofmedical-historical interest which here and there relieve the monotony of the book-lined walls in the LibraryoftheAcademyofMedicine, : Marian A.
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John Rolph, M.D. () Author: Marian A. Patterson; Published: A history of the Hon. John Rolph. Reprinted from Medical History. Volume V, Number 1, January Read Online. PDF (right click and select "save link as" to download) Book Details -Internet Archive.
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John Rolph, M.D. () Letter to the Elgin County Council's Office December 18th UC = Upper Canada]. ROM shows the portrait given by Rolph's son Thomas, In her book, The Life and Times of the Hon.
John Rolph, M.D. ( - ), Marian A. Patterson writes: "Nelson Cook presents Rolph in the full rigor of life, as. The life and times of the Rev. John Brooks, in which are contained a history of the great revival in Tennessee; with many incidents of thrilling interest. (Nashville, Nashville Christian advocate office, ), by John Brooks and Learner Blackman (page images at HathiTrust) The Methodist quarterly review.
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John Hotel," and Mr. Cyrus Stockwell father of the Honourable Mr. Stockwell, editor of the Boston Journal. In he received the honorary ad cundem degree of M.D. from Trinity University in recognition of his services on behalf of practical medical education. In he was married to Sophia, youngest daughter of the late George Rolph, barrister, Dundas, and niece of Hon.
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William Pearce Howland, C.B., K.C.M.G. Another early settler in the District was the afterwards celebrated Dr. John Rolph, who took up his quarters on Catfish Creek in He then had an opportunity of realizing the full delights of a.
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She was born Jand died June 7, She was the daughter of Thomas Gordon and Peggy Murry, daughter of James Murry and Annie Bolling, daughter of Colonel John Bolling and Mary Kennon, son of Colonel Robert Bolling and Jane Rolph, daughter of Thomas Rolph and Jane Poythress.
Thomas Rolph was son of John Rolph and Pocahontas. Addresses on the death of Hon. Hicks, (Washington, Govt. print. off., ), by 2d session United States. 38th Congress (page images at HathiTrust) Addresses on the death of Hon. Hicks, delivered in the Senate and house of representatives, on Wednesday, Febru STITH FAMILY OF VIRGINIA By Vera Cotter Ma at I have been reviewing Virginia families (most of them not mine) and have gathered the following on the Stith Family.
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"Joseph Clapp married Mercy Carpenter (her mother a Hutchinson), and finally settled in some part of Dutchess Co., NY, probably in the town of Lagrange, where his cousin Thomas spent the greater part of his life, and where some of his own descendants are living to this day.John H.
Clark, M.D., son of Peleg, was born Ma and in became a student of Dr. O. Barnes of Wellsville and was also with Dr. Purple. He attended Buffalo Medical College, and in commenced medical practice at Westfield, Pa., and in Dec.,located at Hallsport.
In he enlisted in Co.When John and Karen Elwood visited Sussex inFred Lucas, owner at that time of the Bow Windows Book Shop in Lewes, introduced them to Leonard Woolf, still living in nearby Rodmell. John Elwood observed on several occasions that Leonard’s library was in disarray, many volumes having been “stacked in the sun on landings” (1).