In 1811 her mother, Ann Herbert Wilkinson, moved their family to Mississippi but died soon after in 1812 making Jane an orphan at age 14. After her mother 's death Jane moved in with her sister, Barbara, and it 's with them that she met James Long her future husband. James and Jane got met near natchez, Louisiana and got married on May 14, 1815 at age 17. A
Abigail Smith was born on November 11,1744 in Weymouth, Massachusetts. Elizabeth Quincy Smith, and William Smith are the parents of Abigail. Abigail 's was born as the daughter of a minister. Abigail Smith was the second of four kids; Mary, Elizabeth and William. Abigail did not attend school, like most girls did, due to chronic illness.
After the letter was received Deborah was given an honorable discharge and left for home. Deborah married and had three children. She died on April 29th 1827 at age 66. Although she was just a woman Deborah Sampson did amazing things to help the American
Her parents were Sarah and Stephen Barton, she had two sisters Dorothea and Sally, and two brothers David and Stephen.Before Clara went to school she was tutored by her brothers and sisters in subjects such as spelling, arithmetic, and geography. When Clara was 11 her brother David got terribly sick, but she cared for him and became his nurse. Luckily under Clara
Bessie Vanbure was only 19 years old, and Bessie was a beloved Wife and Mother . Bessie died on July 11, 1835. She is from Los Angeles, CA and resided in Georgia with her family. She has 4 children, 2 boys and 2 beautiful girls. In she died with a massive heart attack.
Three years later Andrew Borden was remarried to Abby Durfee Gray. Even though the two girls were never close with Abby Borden they began to call her their mother. Andrew Borden excelled in manufacturing and real estate, from this they became one of the most wealthy families in all of Fall River. All was well untill issues arose between the girls and their
Mary Ann was just a wife of a soldier working as a nurse during the Civil war. Her life was quite different from the rest and definitely deserves recognition for what she has accomplished in her lifetime. Mary started out as a housewife, like most wives back then, in Gettysburg, PA. During the Civil War, she became a nurse near a campground in Gettysburg, as her husband was fighting for the union. She was doing regular nurse things, healing the injured, and saving the critically wounded. During her practices in nursing, a trauma was called in.
Goldsborough if she agreed to organize a school for the children on St. Simon’s Island. Baker accepted the offer and became the first black teacher to openly instruct African American students in Georgia. By day she taught children and at night she instructed adults. Baker met and married her first husband, Edward King, a black non-commissioned officer in the Union Army, while teaching at St. Simon Island.” “For the next three years, Susie Baker King traveled with her husband’s regiment, working as a laundress while teaching black Union soldiers how to read and write during their off-duty hours. She also served as a nurse, helping camp doctors care for injured soldiers.” “In 1866, the Kings returned to Savannah, where she established a school for freed black children.
Together they had Margaret (b 1878), David Henry (July 1880) and Robert (b 1883). Sadly, Margaret died in 1884 in childbirth. The baby Robert was too young for Robert to care for and he spent his childhood with his aunt Cecila Tait in McKellar. Andrew Boag (March 19, 1852-December 5, 1931) Katherine Ann Simms (December 2, 1871-fl1921) Andrew 's farm was on Lot 1 Con. 12 Conger right beside brother David 's and for a while Sandy 's.
U.S. records show that Mary spent the last years of her life living in the Carlisle home of her son, John Hays, and his wife Elizabeth. The Hays had seven children, providing Mary with many opportunities to be with the children she loved. Mary McCauley died in January of 1832, at the age 79. She is buried in the Old Graveyard in Carlisle. Her gravesite is marked with a stone that reads “ Molly McCauley .” On June 28, 1905, the Patriotic Order of Sons of America unveiled an additional monument, a cannon planted over her grave.
When she was just three years old, her mother died. Her father, Richard, remarried Charlotte Amelia Barclay. The new Mrs. Bayley was kind and motherly to young Elizabeth. After Charlotte and Richard had five children, the relationship ended in divorce. Richard Bayley then went to London for medical studies and Elizabeth was left with Charlotte Barclay.
Lucy Anne Belle was a 31 year old nurse, she’s a tall, thin, and wears glasses, she’s also a widowed and a mother, her husband died in a tragic car accident. Lucy lives in Washington D.C. Her ambitions was to be a doctor and have a better life for her daughter. Lucy weakness was seeing her loved one dies, and strengths is her daughter and her job. It has been 2 years since Lucy lost her husband.
Unfortunately, their baby girl only experienced two days. Mary would later give birth to another child of She-nin-jee. This child she had during her fourth winter in captivity. She gave birth to a baby boy whom she named Thomas after her late father. Also in her fourth year of captivity, Mary, She-nin-jee, Thomas, and three of Mary’s indian brothers left Wiishto for a town called Gen-ish-au where Mary had some relatives.
Most of her late adulthood was centered on taking care of her sick husband and mother and church activities. In 2008 her husband Raymond became very sick and later passed away. She then took on the role of taking care of her mother who too became ill. Due to her illness, she moved her mother in her house where she took care of her and accommodated all of her needs for several years before her passing in 2013. 2013 was also the year that her great-great granddaughter was born, making her the sixth generation alive at the time in our family. Also, all she has been through from picking cotton, and witnessing racism and segregation, she was able to experience the United States having the a African American president for the first
Ms. Velma Annette James was born December 28, 1956 in St. Louis, Missouri to William Hall and Sylvia James. Ms. James mother and father preceded her in death. She was the eldest of three brothers, Joseph James, Ralph Wright and Bradford James. Although her mother did not have any daughters, Velma found a sister in her favorite cousin, Diana Hunt Lewis Johnson. Sherrie Armstead and Sandra Tunstall who were inseparable since grade school.