A Genealogical and Historical Record of the Vorce Family in America: With Notes on Some Allied Families

Forgotten Books., 1901 - 111 páginas
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Página 68 - The first expressions of co-operation were found in the co-operative and communistic colonies which settled on the land in the latter part of the Eighteenth Century and the early part of the Nineteenth Century.
Página 86 - ... so it was said — or, at all events, until such time as an heiress should contrive to expiate the crime for which the sons of her house were (somewhat unfairly, as it seems to our modern ideas of justice) doomed to suffer. Eugenia had been left an orphan at an early age, and brought up in the midst of a people who still clung fervently to all the old-world superstitions. I did not know how much of these she accepted literally, but I always attributed a certain dignity and general air as of one...
Página 72 - VORCE married, but the date of his marriage and name of his wife have not been ascertained.
Página 4 - The research will not end with the publication of this volume, but will be continued in the hope of eventually discovering the common ancestry of all the branches...
Página 68 - The exact date of his birth is not known, but he must have been born about the middle of the ninth century of our era.
Página 86 - Silas was appointed gunsmith and remained in the army until the close of the war, soon after which he removed to Dutchess county, NY, whither many families from Windham county removed, chiefly to the Oblong and the Nine Partners.
Página 88 - Normandy 1035-1087, married Matilda, [daughter of Baldwin, Earl of Flanders, and a descendant of Alfred the Great]. William invaded England in 1066 and conquered the kingdom, the "Norman Conquest
Página 23 - The exact date and place of his birth has not been ascertained, but it seems probable that he was born in Dutchess county.
Página 78 - They had no children ; she had two children by her first husband, viz : EVA HYDE, born March 30, 1878.

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