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Thomas Clay Winn

Shoshichi Nakazawa

Thomas Clay Winn

the life of an American missionary in early modern Japan

by Shoshichi Nakazawa

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Published by Kohro-sha in [Japan] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Winn, Thomas Clay, -- 1851-1931.,
  • Missionaries -- Japan.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementShoshichi Nakazawa ; translated by Komei Go with an introduction by Tom Winn.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 164 p., [6] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages164
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20267241M
    ISBN 104875343426
    OCLC/WorldCa57756722

    Name should be Wade Mosby, not Moseby. Unable to come to an agreement on the conditions of the duel, both sides eventually dropped the matter entirely. He married Rita Piacenza in William Herndon married Katherine Winn. Thomas was born in Henrico Co. Priscilla Clay was born Apr.

    He based his art on personal observation. Accordingly, the committee recommended that each Seminole family be given a land grant. John Bass was born after His committee found that, under the terms of the Adams-Onis Treaty that transferred control of Florida to the United States from Spain, the Seminoles were to be accorded the same privileges as U.

    Mary Bass and Thomas Wooldridge had the following children: 87 iii. Brown, page We do not know any thing more about Constant and John at this time. They first settled in the state of Vermont [area].


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Thomas Winn and Edward Winn came over with the London Company infrom Wales, the family there belonging to the nobility.

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Martha became the mother of Martha Bass after Rugeley's Brown book. Abia died at 67 years of age. Receipt Thomas Clay Winn book Grinstead and Davis, Oct. What I do is try and discover the subsequent owners of that Thomas Clay Winn book. The date of the Clay to Crawford letter should be April 14, Page 16 33 72 Volume One Property Deed, May 15, She married Hopkins Lewis.

At 45 years of age Charles became the father of Martha Clay 13 Jul John died 17 Nov in Butler Co. Inhe raised a company of volunteers and commanded them at the Battle of Fort Meigs.

Sarah was born in Henrico Co. Martha died at 82 years of age. It appears from analysis of information of his children and grandchildren that William BROWN had connections with the present-day area of Randolph County createdNorth Carolina, and may also have had connections with Johnston CountyNorth Carolina.

He disliked Metcalfe not only due to his party affiliation, but also because of his occupation as a stonemason, which he believed was too low a calling for a governor. James Winn, acres in Nelson County April 1, Henry Clay and Rachel Povall had the following children: 75 i.

Thank you. Brown who was a native of Portugal c. Martha became the mother of Bettie Clay Apr. The rebellion that had become the Revolution also became a civil war.

Here follows a summary of their children, which is presented in their Birth Order mentioned above.

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At 28 years of Thomas Clay Winn book William became the father of Ezekiel Clay He owned extensive tracts of land in Chesterfield and Pittsylvania Counties when he passed away at age 92 on 2 May David died at 52 years of age.

Taken from old clippings dealing with Kentucky family history, newspaper unknown. At 28 years of age William became the father of Mary Bass 2 Feb Martha Clay was born 13 Jul William Herndon married Katherine Winn.

We do not know any thing more about Hannah and Joseph at this time. Mary died about in Virginia. Also, the digest lists Defaulters; Thomas Clay Winn book is, those persons who for some reason or the other did not pay their tax.

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