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18981110Thursday, November 10th,18981092110921View PageFor love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Brady, Cyrus Townsend, 1861-1920.08383
18981110Thursday, November 10th,18981092410924View PageThe red patriot : a story of the American revolution.The red patriot : a story of the American revolution.Stoddard, William Osborn, 1835-1925.0011
18981110Thursday, November 10th,18981105811058View PageFor King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Barnes, James, 1866-1936.07272
18981110Thursday, November 10th,18981106511065View PageTrue to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Henty, G. A. (George Alfred), 1832-1902.06565
18981110Thursday, November 10th,18981108111081View PageAn unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Lincoln, Jeanie Gould, 1846-1921.125125
18970902Thursday, September 2nd,18971039610396View PageA loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Ogden, Ruth, 1853-1927.06464
18890809Friday, August 9th,18891130811308View PageRichard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Churchill, Winston, 1871-1947.08282
18991030Monday, October 30th,18991135011350View PageJanice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Ford, Paul Leicester, 1865-1902.08686
18991108Wednesday, November 8th,18991135211352View PageRichard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Churchill, Winston, 1871-1947.07373
19000205Monday, February 5th,19001146311463View PageThe boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.Tomlinson, Everett T. (Everett Titsworth), 1859-1931.03636
19000212Monday, February 12th,19001146611466View PageFor King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Barnes, James, 1866-1936.03030
18750313Saturday, March 13th,187500702702View PageThe pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789-1851.02020
18960313Friday, March 13th,1896098229822View PageThe spy ...The spy ...Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789-1851.05858
19000512Saturday, May 12th,19001177611776View PageRichard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Churchill, Winston, 1871-1947.06060
18750313Saturday, March 13th,187500903903View PageHorse Shoe Robinson: a tale of the Tory ascendency.Horse Shoe Robinson: a tale of the Tory ascendency.Kennedy, John Pendleton, 1795-1870.01515
19000604Monday, June 4th,19001182411824View PageThree young continentals : a story of the American revolution.Three young continentals : a story of the American revolution.Tomlinson, Everett T. (Everett Titsworth), 1859-1931.05656
19000622Friday, June 22nd,19001185911859View PageMorgan, the Jersey spy : a story of the siege of Yorktown in 1781.Morgan, the Jersey spy : a story of the siege of Yorktown in 1781.Otis, James, 1848-1912.05050
19000622Friday, June 22nd,19001186111861View PageA Tory plot : a story of the attempt to kill General Washington in 1776.A Tory plot : a story of the attempt to kill General Washington in 1776.Otis, James, 1848-1912.03636
19000622Friday, June 22nd,19001186211862View PageCorporal 'Lige's recruit : a story of Crown Point and Ticonderoga.Corporal 'Lige's recruit : a story of Crown Point and Ticonderoga.Otis, James, 1848-1912.02929
19000731Tuesday, July 31st,19001193611936View PageThe grip of honor : a story of Paul Jones and the American revolution.The grip of honor : a story of Paul Jones and the American revolution.Brady, Cyrus Townsend, 1861-1920.04949
19000809Thursday, August 9th,19001194511945View PageThe boys of '76 : a history of The battles of the revolution.The boys of '76 : a history of The battles of the revolution.Coffin, Charles Carleton, 1823-1896.03535
19010112Saturday, January 12th,19011263812638View PageIn hostile red : a romance of the Monmouth campaignIn hostile red : a romance of the Monmouth campaignAltsheler, Joseph A. (Joseph Alexander), 1862-1919.04747
19000914Friday, September 14th,19001215612156View PageA pretty tory; being a romance of partisan warfare during the war of independence in the provinces of Georgia and South Carolina relating to Mistress Geraldine MoncriffeA pretty tory; being a romance of partisan warfare during the war of independence in the provinces of Georgia and South Carolina relating to Mistress Geraldine MoncriffeLincoln, Jeanie Gould, 1846-1921.08484
19000914Friday, September 14th,19001215812158View PagePhilip Winwood; a sketch of the domestic history of an American captain in the war of independencePhilip Winwood; a sketch of the domestic history of an American captain in the war of independenceStephens, Robert Neilson, 1867-1906.06969
19010625Tuesday, June 25th,19011287712877View PageA Carolina cavalier; a romance of the American revolution.A Carolina cavalier; a romance of the American revolution.Eggleston, George Cary, 1839-191104545
19010523Thursday, May 23rd,19011279812798View PageWhen blades are out and love's afieldWhen blades are out and love's afieldBrady, Cyrus Townsend, 1861-1920.05656
19011018Friday, October 18th,19011304513045View PageCardigan : a novelCardigan : a novelChambers, Robert W. (Robert William), 1865-1933.04444
19011202Monday, December 2nd,19011307813078View PagePhilip Winwood : a sketch of the domestic history of an American captain in the war of independence ...Philip Winwood : a sketch of the domestic history of an American captain in the war of independence ...Stephens, Robert Neilson, 1867-1906.03434
19010718Thursday, July 18th,19011300113001View PageD'Arcy of the Guards : or, The fortunes of warD'Arcy of the Guards : or, The fortunes of warShipman, Louis Evan, 1869-193301616
19011202Monday, December 2nd,19011313313133View PageThe Tory loverThe Tory loverJewett, Sarah Orne, 1849-1909.03838
19020514Wednesday, May 14th,19021329513295View PageNone but the braveNone but the braveSears, Joseph Hamblen, 1865-1946.000I0 (Indeterminate)
18970201Monday, February 1st,18971014810148View PageThe pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789-1851.02525
19020805Tuesday, August 5th,19021360313603View PageHearts courageousHearts courageousRives, Hallie Erminie, b. 1876.01414
19001112Monday, November 12th,19001242812428View PageA colonial free-lance.A colonial free-lance.Hotchkiss, Chauncey C. (Chauncey Crafts), 1852-1920.03333
18951206Friday, December 6th,1895095499549View PageIndependence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Musick, John R. (John Roy), 1849-1901.03939
18780118Friday, January 18th,1878031163116View PageThe pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789-1851.0000
18970812Thursday, August 12th,18971025710257View PageThree little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Perry, Nora, 1831-1896.06060

+Patron (937)

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Date JoinedNameResidence
41054105View Page18921228Wednesday, December 28th, 1892Mrs. A. C. JonesMrs. A. C. JonesCor Char. & Plumb
0365365View Page18760309Thursday, March 9th, 1876Sue S. MongSue S. MongMuncie
12671267View Page18790726Saturday, July 26th, 1879Sarah J. MongSarah J. MongCor Liberty & Adams
24522452View Page18880128Saturday, January 28th, 1888Omer MitchellOmer MitchellSouth Walnut
26312631View Page18900416Wednesday, April 16th, 1890Hasty WilsonHasty WilsonCor. High + Charles
43444344View Page18940126Friday, January 26th, 1894Mrs. Chas. KilgoreMrs. Chas. Kilgore417 W. Main St.
28182818View Page18910307Saturday, March 7th, 1891Gertrude HagadornGertrude Hagadornnot entered
26102610View Page18900213Thursday, February 13th, 1890Mrs. J. E. DurhamMrs. J. E. Durham516 East Washington
26932693View Page18900924Wednesday, September 24th, 1890Cora TrentCora Trent403 e Main
45304530View Page18940728Saturday, July 28th, 1894I. N. TrentI. N. Trent424 E. Charles St.
45084508View Page18940709Monday, July 9th, 1894Everett BoorEverett Boor217 W Gilbert
44314431View Page18940322Thursday, March 22nd, 1894Eliza WintonEliza Winton702. E. Main St.
56585658View Page19010105Saturday, January 5th, 1901Cynthia CalvertCynthia Calvert205 S High
41734173View Page18930218Saturday, February 18th, 1893Jimmy RossJimmy Ross206 Wysor St
27652765View Page18910105Monday, January 5th, 1891Charlie Kougel Jr.Charlie Kougel Jr.Not listed
41034103View Page18921221Wednesday, December 21st, 1892Clark MunnClark Munn412 Liberty
0102102View Page18750612Saturday, June 12th, 1875Carrie AndrewsCarrie Andrews282 High St
44624462View Page18940510Thursday, May 10th, 1894Mary SniderMary Snider613 S. Walnut
16251625View Page18810202Wednesday, February 2nd, 1881Linnie MarshLinnie MarshCor Douglas & Liberty
40434043View Page18921104Friday, November 4th, 1892Mrs. Dr. GreenMrs. Dr. Green223 North Elm
30963096View Page18920924Saturday, September 24th, 1892Mrs. Wm. F. GillMrs. Wm. F. Gill613 West Charles
42034203View Page18930309Thursday, March 9th, 1893Mrs. A. J. WilliamsMrs. A. J. Williams819 E Adams St
0173173View Page18750723Friday, July 23rd, 1875Mrs. Minnie L. OrrMrs. Minnie L. OrrMain St.
0262262View Page18751115Monday, November 15th, 1875Mattie WilcoxonMattie Wilcoxon94 Cor High Dumont
0803803View Page18770609Saturday, June 9th, 1877Lon M. NeelyLon M. NeelyCor Main +&Monroe
18381838View Page18811112Saturday, November 12th, 1881Elsie BishopElsie BishopWest Jackson
18591859View Page18811209Friday, December 9th, 1881Emma WilcoxonEmma WilcoxonCor High + Dumont
27772777View Page18910114Wednesday, January 14th, 1891Mrs. L. HermanMrs. L. HermanE Main St.
30623062View Page18920528Saturday, May 28th, 1892Inez BanksInez Banks323 W Willard
12501250View Page18790616Monday, June 16th, 1879Mrs. E CammackMrs. E CammackEast Adams
41264126View Page18930111Wednesday, January 11th, 1893Lloyd CarverLloyd CarverChurch Ave
30373037View Page18920430Saturday, April 30th, 1892Mrs. C. H. ChurchMrs. C. H. Church904. 15th
40254025View Page18921022Saturday, October 22nd, 1892Linnie CoffeenLinnie Coffeen522 E. Charles
44434443View Page18940410Tuesday, April 10th, 1894Murray GuynnMurray GuynnWest Powers St
26152615View Page18900224Monday, February 24th, 1890Eddie HagadornEddie HagadornSouth Franklin
44564456View Page18940502Wednesday, May 2nd, 1894Frank R. HulettFrank R. Hulett220 North Walnut
26492649View Page18900707Monday, July 7th, 1890Helen HickmanHelen Hickman304 W. Gilbert
29502950View Page18920109Saturday, January 9th, 1892Herbert JohnstonHerbert Johnston231 Vine St.
44354435View Page18940327Tuesday, March 27th, 1894Ethel KnappEthel Knapp214 W J--
43584358View Page18940203Saturday, February 3rd, 1894Mrs. J. C. LeathermanMrs. J. C. Leatherman302 N Monroe
46264626View Page18941117Saturday, November 17th, 1894Mrs. H. E. MaggsMrs. H. E. Maggs708 E. Adams
43164316View Page18940110Wednesday, January 10th, 1894Mrs. Mary LeonardMrs. Mary Leonard1203 Kirby Ave.
44544454View Page18940428Saturday, April 28th, 1894Frank MorganFrank MorganMacedonia + Webster
46104610View Page18941110Saturday, November 10th, 1894Nellie PerkinsNellie Perkins522 E. Jackson
26532653View Page18900714Monday, July 14th, 1890T. Y. RichardsT. Y. Richards1320 Kirby Ave
46184618View Page18941114Wednesday, November 14th, 1894H. H. IceH. H. Ice916 E Main
43184318View Page18940111Thursday, January 11th, 1894Myrtie L. ShoemakerMyrtie L. Shoemaker214 N. Vine
0383383View Page18760412Wednesday, April 12th, 1876Ellen E. SmithEllen E. SmithAdams St.
44444444View Page18940412Thursday, April 12th, 1894Austia SpenceAustia SpenceCor Michigan + Perkins
29012901View Page18911116Monday, November 16th, 1891Louise TaylorLouise Taylor214. E. Gilbert
30603060View Page18920524Tuesday, May 24th, 1892Earl TeverbaughEarl Teverbaugh702 E. Jackson
42744274View Page18930630Friday, June 30th, 1893Mae ThomasMae ThomasNorth Monroe St.
46174617View Page18941114Wednesday, November 14th, 1894Geo. W. WintonGeo. W. Winton702 W. Main
50475047View Page18990311Saturday, March 11th, 1899Lois EvansLois Evans914 s Hackley
50625062View Page18990406Thursday, April 6th, 1899Lois L. DurhamLois L. Durham314 s Jefferson
50635063View Page18990408Saturday, April 8th, 1899Margaret MannMargaret Mann402 Sutton St.
49404940View Page18990103Tuesday, January 3rd, 1899Mrs. Kate A SouderMrs. Kate A Souder215 s Monroe St.
49444944View Page18990106Friday, January 6th, 1899Geo D VanSlykeGeo D VanSlyke710 s Monroe St [crsd out] 1203 s High St.
49454945View Page18990107Saturday, January 7th, 1899Joseph MahoneyJoseph Mahoney27 S Liberty St.
49554955View Page18990109Monday, January 9th, 1899Maud FarringtonMaud Farrington1203 E 1st
50025002View Page18990209Thursday, February 9th, 1899C A McGonagleC A McGonagle609 W Jackson
50035003View Page18990210Friday, February 10th, 1899Mrs. L B LivingstoneMrs. L B Livingstone202 E Wysor
50055005View Page18990211Saturday, February 11th, 1899Mrs. L S LeithMrs. L S LeithWheeling Ave
50065006View Page18990211Saturday, February 11th, 1899J B LuptonJ B Lupton[illeg] Hackley
50115011View Page18990216Thursday, February 16th, 1899Julia GallivanJulia Gallivan905 Penn St
50125012View Page18990216Thursday, February 16th, 1899Tom CareyTom Carey605 Berlin St.
50145014View Page18990216Thursday, February 16th, 1899Lawrence NortonLawrence Norton1132 s Grant St.
50155015View Page18990216Thursday, February 16th, 1899Glenn HarkerGlenn Harker502 e Washington
49654965View Page18990118Wednesday, January 18th, 1899Mrs. Lola FranklinMrs. Lola Franklin416 e Main
49664966View Page18990118Wednesday, January 18th, 1899Donald MilliganDonald Milligan800 e Adams
49684968View Page18990119Thursday, January 19th, 1899Mrs. Bertha GilliamMrs. Bertha Gilliam1 Boycetown
49694969View Page18990119Thursday, January 19th, 1899Mrs. Carrie MillerMrs. Carrie Miller520 West Adams
49714971View Page18990121Saturday, January 21st, 1899Lottie ToppLottie Topp319 s Liberty St.
49744974View Page18990121Saturday, January 21st, 1899Frank HostFrank Host1328 e Gilbert
49764976View Page18990123Monday, January 23rd, 1899Josie ChristensenJosie Christensenn Walnut
49784978View Page18990125Wednesday, January 25th, 1899L. U. GreenL. U. Green214 North St.
49804980View Page18990125Wednesday, January 25th, 1899Mrs. Anna LambertMrs. Anna Lambert413 S Liberty
49824982View Page18990127Friday, January 27th, 1899Rex KelleyRex Kelley508 w Jackson
49834983View Page18990128Saturday, January 28th, 1899C H C BlueC H C Bluecor Pauline and Jarret, Riverside
49874987View Page18990128Saturday, January 28th, 1899Eugene LejusteEugene Lejuste1313 e Jackson
49894989View Page18990201Wednesday, February 1st, 1899Rose MartinRose Martin419 S Franklin
49904990View Page18990203Friday, February 3rd, 1899W A FrazerW A Frazer1409 S Walnut
49914991View Page18990203Friday, February 3rd, 1899Warren HutsellWarren Hutsell1311 E Willard
49924992View Page18990204Saturday, February 4th, 1899Charlie HooverCharlie Hoover801 e Jackson
49934993View Page18990204Saturday, February 4th, 1899Mary F BoyerMary F Boyer725 E Jackson
49974997View Page18990204Saturday, February 4th, 1899John ClancyJohn Clancy1120 Brotherton St
0132132View Page18750626Saturday, June 26th, 1875Mary C. KlineMary C. KlineCor Jackson and Jefferson
0367367View Page18760311Saturday, March 11th, 1876Allie EmersonAllie Emerson303 East Jackson
0651651View Page18770412Thursday, April 12th, 1877Emma J. WellsEmma J. WellsCor High & Howard
0711711View Page18770509Wednesday, May 9th, 1877Lotta LudlowLotta Ludlow600 South Jefferson
0957957View Page18780112Saturday, January 12th, 1878Mary J. LuickMary J. LuickCor Charles & Franklin
15791579View Page18810117Monday, January 17th, 1881Mary A. HoppingMary A. HoppingCor Charles + Franklin
50265026View Page18990225Saturday, February 25th, 1899Will M. PattersonWill M. Patterson218 Adams
50285028View Page18990225Saturday, February 25th, 1899Harry RitterHarry Ritter425 Wysor
50345034View Page18990301Wednesday, March 1st, 1899Virginia VoorheesVirginia Voorhees308 E Jackson
50805080View Page18990517Wednesday, May 17th, 1899Mrs. T. S. TredwellMrs. T. S. Tredwell702 Jarret St
50945094View Page18990617Saturday, June 17th, 1899O. B. BannisterO. B. Bannister1423 e Main
51005100View Page18990628Wednesday, June 28th, 1899Elijah WardElijah Ward1311 w 7th
50715071View Page18990428Friday, April 28th, 1899Mrs. O. D. McMillinMrs. O. D. McMillin210 n Liberty St
51245124View Page18990801Tuesday, August 1st, 1899Ora CoffmanOra Coffman215 s Mulberry
007979View Page18750605Saturday, June 5th, 1875Lizzie BursonLizzie BursonWashington St.
0144144View Page18750702Friday, July 2nd, 1875N. F. EthellN. F. EthellCor Chas + Jefferson
0175175View Page18750724Saturday, July 24th, 1875Frank EverettFrank EverettW. Jackson St.
0213213View Page18750828Saturday, August 28th, 1875G. L. KurtzG. L. KurtzCouncil
0289289View Page18751230Thursday, December 30th, 1875Lizzie LongLizzie Long390 South High
28012801View Page18910210Tuesday, February 10th, 1891Lola HarringtonLola HarringtonNot listed
28602860View Page18910613Saturday, June 13th, 1891Ethel BradyEthel Brady201 w Willard
18021802View Page18810610Friday, June 10th, 1881Vollie BowerVollie BowerCor Washington Elm
20802080View Page18830929Saturday, September 29th, 1883Mrs. S. P. WildmanMrs. S. P. WildmanEast Washington
24082408View Page18870318Friday, March 18th, 1887Allie SnellAllie Snellcor e Chestnut Ave
24102410View Page18870328Monday, March 28th, 1887Delbert SeldomridgeDelbert SeldomridgeEast Main
25342534View Page18890531Friday, May 31st, 1889Allie L. McMillanAllie L. McMillan703 w Adams St
26132613View Page18900222Saturday, February 22nd, 1890J. W. OxleyJ. W. Oxley429 1st St.
26192619View Page18900301Saturday, March 1st, 1890May CharmanMay CharmanMulberry St Walnut
27072707View Page18901015Wednesday, October 15th, 1890Norwood CarnesNorwood Carness Kilgore Ave
27832783View Page18910123Friday, January 23rd, 1891Earl NuttingEarl Nutting315 w Adams
30793079View Page18920813Saturday, August 13th, 1892J. R. WickJ. R. WickCouncil St
31043104View Page18950128Monday, January 28th, 1895Mrs. J. W. OxleyMrs. J. W. Oxley429 Kirby Ave
31103110View Page18950129Tuesday, January 29th, 1895Wayman AdamsWayman Adams1314 e Adams
31313131View Page18950216Saturday, February 16th, 1895Hattie CoffmanHattie Coffman424 Proud St
31573157View Page18950323Saturday, March 23rd, 1895Flora FoormanFlora Foorman303 1/2 s Walnut
31703170View Page18950417Wednesday, April 17th, 1895Ella CareyElla Carey622 w Adams
31973197View Page18950613Thursday, June 13th, 1895Mrs. L. K. RichardsonMrs. L. K. Richardson702 s Jackson
32093209View Page18950706Saturday, July 6th, 1895Louis IcermanLouis Icerman511 w Main
33323332View Page18951221Saturday, December 21st, 1895Josephine RickardJosephine Rickard1315 s Madison
33403340View Page18951231Tuesday, December 31st, 1895Loys SaxonLoys Saxon219 n Vine
33563356View Page18960111Saturday, January 11th, 1896Blanche WilliamsBlanche Williams310 North St.
34693469View Page18960706Monday, July 6th, 1896Warren H RichardsonWarren H RichardsonKirby House
33773377View Page18960128Tuesday, January 28th, 1896Robert BurtRobert Burt230 Vine St
33903390View Page18960208Saturday, February 8th, 1896Warren SampleWarren Sample805 e First
33973397View Page18960218Tuesday, February 18th, 1896Fred E. GeorgiaFred E. Georgia425 w Charles
52125212View Page18991027Friday, October 27th, 1899Bernice GreyBernice Grey708 n Jefferson
52155215View Page18991028Saturday, October 28th, 1899Mrs. Alice CarvellMrs. Alice Carvell720 n Madison
52165216View Page18991030Monday, October 30th, 1899Noel HouzeNoel Houze1603 e Jackson
52195219View Page18991031Tuesday, October 31st, 1899Manor WilliamsonManor Williamson225 n Vine St.
52205220View Page18991031Tuesday, October 31st, 1899Mabel PerdieuMabel Perdieu620 e Charles
33253325View Page18951210Tuesday, December 10th, 1895I. B. SaxonI. B. Saxon219 n Vine
34683468View Page18960702Thursday, July 2nd, 1896Gertie FoormanGertie Foorman508 1/2 s Walnut
52265226View Page18991104Saturday, November 4th, 1899Mrs. Katie SeldomridgeMrs. Katie Seldomridge507 w Jackson
37193719View Page18970604Friday, June 4th, 1897Ernest NaftzgerErnest Naftzger217 s High
52315231View Page18991109Thursday, November 9th, 1899Louise TylerLouise Tyler414 w Howard St.
52335233View Page18991111Saturday, November 11th, 1899Bessie BleaseBessie Blease708 Jarret St.
34253425View Page18960321Saturday, March 21st, 1896Mrs. E. SeldomridgeMrs. E. Seldomridge507 w Jackson
32183218View Page18950711Thursday, July 11th, 1895E. L. ChalfantE. L. Chalfant416 e Charles St
32233223View Page18950722Monday, July 22nd, 1895Reba RicheyReba Richey403 w Adams St
37123712View Page18970601Tuesday, June 1st, 1897Mrs. Ed HofferMrs. Ed Hoffer502 w Main
32353235View Page18950806Tuesday, August 6th, 1895Bertha E. SmithBertha E. Smith114 n Monroe St.
32403240View Page18950822Thursday, August 22nd, 1895Louise PhinneyLouise Phinney417 e Washington
32423242View Page18950826Monday, August 26th, 1895Julia FowlerJulia Fowler703 w Adams
32913291View Page18951109Saturday, November 9th, 1895Ralph BrownRalph BrownKilgore Ave.
33083308View Page18951123Saturday, November 23rd, 1895Guy TweedyGuy Tweedy1113 Kirby Ave
33143314View Page18951130Saturday, November 30th, 1895R. R. PriceR. R. Price222 n Vine
34633463View Page18960620Saturday, June 20th, 1896Sara WysorSara Wysor418 North St.
34753475View Page18960717Friday, July 17th, 1896Rebekah DenslowRebekah Denslow406 e Gilbert
34943494View Page18960814Friday, August 14th, 1896Herbert HouzeHerbert Houze603 s Washington
34983498View Page18960815Saturday, August 15th, 1896Miss. Jesie BeardMiss. Jesie Beard441 Elliott St.
34993499View Page18960815Saturday, August 15th, 1896Dwight DenslowDwight Denslow406 e Gilbert
35323532View Page18961017Saturday, October 17th, 1896Evelyn ParkerEvelyn Parker420 High St.
35783578View Page18961204Friday, December 4th, 1896Newton PetersonNewton Peterson224 Ohio Ave.
35833583View Page18961209Wednesday, December 9th, 1896Mrs. H. C. DarnallMrs. H. C. Darnall506 s Mulberry
35963596View Page18961226Saturday, December 26th, 1896C. P. FranklinC. P. Franklin416 e Main St
36433643View Page18970215Monday, February 15th, 1897Leroy WeaverLeroy Weavers Penn
36683668View Page18970313Saturday, March 13th, 1897Kate B. PattersonKate B. Patterson212 1/2 s Walnut
36893689View Page18970417Saturday, April 17th, 1897Charles ReeceCharles Reece1330 Kirby Ave.
37013701View Page18970525Tuesday, May 25th, 1897Edna L. KellerEdna L. Keller119 s Vine St.
37383738View Page18970719Monday, July 19th, 1897Pearl BarnesPearl Barnes1413 Ohmer Ave
37493749View Page18970809Monday, August 9th, 1897Roy NaftzgerRoy Naftzger217 s High
37563756View Page18970828Saturday, August 28th, 1897Mrs. John HarperMrs. John HarperBrotherton and 5th
37633763View Page18970915Wednesday, September 15th, 1897Mary WysorMary Wysor418 n Walnut
37763776View Page18971002Saturday, October 2nd, 1897Paul BlairPaul Blair509 w Main
37883788View Page18971018Monday, October 18th, 1897Ralph JacksonRalph Jackson1015 e Charles
38233823View Page18971120Saturday, November 20th, 1897Iva BuckleyIva Buckley1519 s Monroe
38273827View Page18971121Sunday, November 21st, 1897Mrs. D. V. BowerMrs. D. V. Bower309 1/2 e Main
38283828View Page18971121Sunday, November 21st, 1897Rex SmithRex Smith514 w Main
38343834View Page18971127Saturday, November 27th, 1897Charles WoodCharles Wood913 s Plum
38463846View Page18971202Thursday, December 2nd, 1897Clarence PearsonClarence Pearson[?] Prk
38593859View Page18971218Saturday, December 18th, 1897George HawkGeorge Hawk1013 s Liberty
38763876View Page18980108Saturday, January 8th, 1898H. L. KinertH. L. Kinert609 s Walnut
39243924View Page18980214Monday, February 14th, 1898Mrs. J. G. ThomasMrs. J. G. Thomas306 n Monroe St.
39273927View Page18980216Wednesday, February 16th, 1898Roscoe LorentzRoscoe Lorentz236 n Vine
39393939View Page18980226Saturday, February 26th, 1898Lola WoolfingtonLola Woolfington511 e Gilbert
39453945View Page18980303Thursday, March 3rd, 1898Anna GundlachAnna Gundlach1112 e 5th St
39463946View Page18980303Thursday, March 3rd, 1898W. F. StewartW. F. Stewart818 s Hackley
39513951View Page18980312Saturday, March 12th, 1898R. LeonardR. Leonard1253 Kirby Ave
39583958View Page18980316Wednesday, March 16th, 1898Mrs. J. E. PiersonMrs. J. E. Pierson503 s Jefferson
39593959View Page18980316Wednesday, March 16th, 1898Dillard DrakeDillard Drake240 Kilgore Ave
39673967View Page18980328Monday, March 28th, 1898Josephine GrayJosephine Gray217 North St.
39713971View Page18980402Saturday, April 2nd, 1898Hazel SherittHazel Sheritt323 e Gilbert
39933993View Page18980507Saturday, May 7th, 1898Psyche HooverPsyche Hoover316 w Main
39943994View Page18980507Saturday, May 7th, 1898Addie HickmanAddie Hickman211 s Cherry St.
39983998View Page18980512Thursday, May 12th, 1898Emma WallingEmma Walling803 n Adams
40144014View Page18921011Tuesday, October 11th, 1892E. R. TemplerE. R. Templer214 W. Jackson
42424242View Page18930513Saturday, May 13th, 1893Mrs. Dora MitchellMrs. Dora Mitchell613 e 3rd St.
40554055View Page18921112Saturday, November 12th, 1892Frank E. BurtFrank E. Burt230 n Vine
40614061View Page18921118Friday, November 18th, 1892Herschel GreerHerschel Greer507/2 s Walnut
40894089View Page18921210Saturday, December 10th, 1892Mary BryantMary Bryant618 s Council
45244524View Page18940726Thursday, July 26th, 1894Wysor MarshWysor Marsh222 e Adams
45344534View Page18940731Tuesday, July 31st, 1894Roy PalmerRoy Palmer214 North Vine
45654565View Page18940928Friday, September 28th, 1894E. A. EdwardsE. A. Edwards314 S Jefferson
45794579View Page18941013Saturday, October 13th, 1894Alice E. FoulkeAlice E. Foulke222 e Washington
44744474View Page18940525Friday, May 25th, 1894John CramerJohn Cramer808 E Jackson
46344634View Page18941120Tuesday, November 20th, 1894Ella JeffersElla Jeffers715 E Jackson St.
46854685View Page18950112Saturday, January 12th, 1895Hallie DarnallHallie Darnall506 s Mulberry
47114711View Page18950123Wednesday, January 23rd, 1895Mrs. Maggie WardMrs. Maggie WardFlorence St.
47244724View Page18980513Friday, May 13th, 1898Olive McGathOlive McGath525 e Main
47304730View Page18980602Thursday, June 2nd, 1898Blanche OvensBlanche Ovens1625 s Madison
47324732View Page18980607Tuesday, June 7th, 1898Daisy ScottDaisy Scott606 e Jackson
47414741View Page18980623Thursday, June 23rd, 1898Mrs. Alice MonroeMrs. Alice Monroe223 n High
47464746View Page18980701Friday, July 1st, 1898Robert BruckRobert Bruck206 e Washington
47474747View Page18980701Friday, July 1st, 1898Cecil JonesCecil JonesRiverside, Sutton St
47754775View Page18980809Tuesday, August 9th, 1898Fred BunchFred Bunch120 e Wall St.
47804780View Page18980822Monday, August 22nd, 1898D. A. AuterD. A. Autercor Franklin and Gilbert
47934793View Page18980907Wednesday, September 7th, 1898Frank S MartsFrank S Marts308 e Jackson
47564756View Page18980716Saturday, July 16th, 1898A. E. WilsonA. E. Wilson303 e Washington
47584758View Page18980723Saturday, July 23rd, 1898Addie PershingAddie Pershing401 Sutton St.
47654765View Page18980801Monday, August 1st, 1898Clara L. HettelClara L. Hettel314 n Monroe St
48314831View Page18981013Thursday, October 13th, 1898Eleanor L. SmithEleanor L. SmithWheeling Ave. Riverside
48364836View Page18981015Saturday, October 15th, 1898Mrs. Robt. HayMrs. Robt. Hay331 North St
48764876View Page18981109Wednesday, November 9th, 1898Rozetta ShinnRozetta Shinn927 e Adams St.
48774877View Page18981109Wednesday, November 9th, 1898Mary R. LeggMary R. LeggSmithfield Pike
48784878View Page18981112Saturday, November 12th, 1898Charline KnappCharline Knapp214 N. Jefferson
48804880View Page18981114Monday, November 14th, 1898G. W. McEwenG. W. McEwen1623 s Walnut
48924892View Page18981119Saturday, November 19th, 1898Mrs. G. M. FletcherMrs. G. M. Fletcher418 w Charles
48544854View Page18981025Tuesday, October 25th, 1898Edith WilsonEdith Wilson1124 e Willard
48634863View Page18981031Monday, October 31st, 1898Lucy LarmoreLucy Larmore517 Penn St.
49164916View Page18981208Thursday, December 8th, 1898M. L. HagemanM. L. Hageman216 n Vine
49194919View Page18981208Thursday, December 8th, 1898Geo. M. FletcherGeo. M. Fletcher418 w Charles
49294929View Page18981222Thursday, December 22nd, 1898E. O. WardE. O. Ward222 e Washington St.
49794979View Page18990125Wednesday, January 25th, 1899Leonard LeslieLeonard Leslie601 e Washington St.
51125112View Page18990713Thursday, July 13th, 1899Huston BurmasterHuston Burmaster1025 Kirby Ave.
51135113View Page18990717Monday, July 17th, 1899John TraubJohn Traub1217 e 8th St.
51045104View Page18990701Saturday, July 1st, 1899Harvey RussellHarvey Russell1209 e Main
51445144View Page18990829Tuesday, August 29th, 1899Maude M SmithMaude M Smith514 w Main
51525152View Page18990911Monday, September 11th, 1899Wm. S. DragooWm. S. Dragoo1804 s Elm
51295129View Page18990810Thursday, August 10th, 1899Harold PattersonHarold Patterson416 w Jackson
005050View Page18750603Thursday, June 3rd, 1875Charles E. MooreCharles E. MooreCor Washington & Mul
0160160View Page18750715Thursday, July 15th, 1875Will M. PattersonWill M. PattersonAdams Street
008080View Page18750605Saturday, June 5th, 1875Clayton ReidClayton ReidE. Adams St.
006666View Page18750605Saturday, June 5th, 1875Julia RicheyJulia RicheyCor Adams & Libert St
51725172View Page18991009Monday, October 9th, 1899Harry TuttleHarry Tuttle221 w Washington
51615161View Page18990927Wednesday, September 27th, 1899Lily SnyderLily Snyder319 w Adams
51635163View Page18990927Wednesday, September 27th, 1899Mamie PostmaMamie Postma1719 s Elm St.
51655165View Page18991002Monday, October 2nd, 1899Howard BeckHoward Beck1725 e Jackson
51835183View Page18991013Friday, October 13th, 1899George PostmaGeorge Postma1719 s Elm
52005200View Page18991021Saturday, October 21st, 1899Daisy HarperDaisy HarperBrotherton and 5th
52075207View Page18991023Monday, October 23rd, 1899Annie C. StrattonAnnie C. StrattonBraun House
52115211View Page18991026Thursday, October 26th, 1899Otto GunckelOtto Gunckel640 n Elm
27532753View Page18901215Monday, December 15th, 1890Charlie LangdonCharlie LangdonHill & Ash
29702970View Page18920203Wednesday, February 3rd, 1892Louis BloomLouis Bloom319 Michigan St.
43724372View Page18940210Saturday, February 10th, 1894Samuel HiggittSamuel HiggittPearl + Anthony St.
41574157View Page18930207Tuesday, February 7th, 1893Frank CohenFrank Cohen613 W Jackson
43524352View Page18940201Thursday, February 1st, 1894Mrs. G. W. MunnMrs. G. W. Munn523 W. Charles St.
29142914View Page18910826Wednesday, August 26th, 1891Dan CohenDan Cohen613 Jackson
43824382View Page18940215Thursday, February 15th, 1894Grant FrazierGrant Frazier822 e Main
13041304View Page18791121Friday, November 21st, 1879Mabel HagadornMabel Hagadorn600 South Jefferson
30003000View Page18920305Saturday, March 5th, 1892D. K. FreemanD. K. Freeman516 S. Liberty
28852885View Page18911031Saturday, October 31st, 1891Orville SpurgeonOrville Spurgeon115 s Council St.
40474047View Page18921108Tuesday, November 8th, 1892Harry OrrHarry Orr609 E Main
0247247View Page18751029Friday, October 29th, 1875Ida P LudlowIda P Ludlow600 Sth Jefferson St
45644564View Page18940927Thursday, September 27th, 1894Esther M. JohnsonEsther M. Johnson121 1/2 S Mulberry St.
21962196View Page18840507Wednesday, May 7th, 1884Albert RicheyAlbert RicheyWest Adams
46144614View Page18941113Tuesday, November 13th, 1894Warren MockWarren Mock324 St Beacon St.
39183918View Page18980207Monday, February 7th, 1898Gifford TweedyGifford Tweedy503 Washington
001414View Page18750531Monday, May 31st, 1875W. J. RileyW. J. RileyJefferson
0187187View Page18750803Tuesday, August 3rd, 1875C. W. SampleC. W. SampleEast Main Street
002727View Page18750601Tuesday, June 1st, 1875H. M. WinansH. M. Winans72 E. Adams
12171217View Page18790405Saturday, April 5th, 1879R. W. MonroeR. W. MonroeWest Main
17081708View Page18810215Tuesday, February 15th, 1881Charles ScottCharles Scottcor Mulberry + Adams
18011801View Page18810604Saturday, June 4th, 1881Ida BrownIda BrownWalnut St.
24302430View Page18871001Saturday, October 1st, 1887Ola EmersonOla Emerson303 East Jackson
24712471View Page18880609Saturday, June 9th, 1888Louisa KoernerLouisa KoernerNorth St.
25332533View Page18890524Friday, May 24th, 1889Mark CarvelMark CarvelSouth Council St.
25402540View Page18890611Tuesday, June 11th, 1889May MorelandMay Moreland316 W Adams
27942794View Page18910207Saturday, February 7th, 1891Alfred KilgoreAlfred Kilgore417 W. Main
28502850View Page18910513Wednesday, May 13th, 1891Theo. H. JohnsonTheo. H. Johnson108 N. Monroe
28802880View Page18911021Wednesday, October 21st, 1891Max BishopMax Bishop322 Main St.
29222922View Page18910929Tuesday, September 29th, 1891Ray WadeRay Wade217 S. High
29572957View Page18920123Saturday, January 23rd, 1892George BurtGeorge Burt230 N. Vine St.
30383038View Page18920430Saturday, April 30th, 1892Kate KusickKate Kusick244 Kilgore
40044004View Page18921001Saturday, October 1st, 1892Ohle GillOhle Gill613 W. Charles St.
40294029View Page18921025Tuesday, October 25th, 1892E. J. DavisE. J. Davis222 W. Adams St.
40404040View Page18921103Thursday, November 3rd, 1892Mrs. Thos. LarimoreMrs. Thos. Larimore703 E Jackson
40854085View Page18921208Thursday, December 8th, 1892Claud ClarkClaud Clark255 Kilgore Ave.
41564156View Page18930204Saturday, February 4th, 1893Caddie HelvieCaddie Helvie1363 E. Kriby Ave
42104210View Page18930320Monday, March 20th, 1893H. F. LingleH. F. Lingle905 S. Jefferson
43084308View Page18940104Thursday, January 4th, 1894Minnie ThomasMinnie Thomas300 North Monroe
44654465View Page18940512Saturday, May 12th, 1894Geo. N. PetersonGeo. N. PetersonE. Willard St.
44874487View Page18940615Friday, June 15th, 1894Maude ShellerMaude Sheller671 Berlin St
44964496View Page18940621Thursday, June 21st, 1894Mrs. E WilliamsMrs. E Williams115 N Monroe
45014501View Page18940628Thursday, June 28th, 1894Edna HooverEdna Hoover517 W. Main St
45264526View Page18940727Friday, July 27th, 1894Ezra SurberEzra Surber319 W. Gilbert
46094609View Page18941108Thursday, November 8th, 1894Clarence LeagerClarence Leager716 E. Jackson
46334633View Page18941120Tuesday, November 20th, 1894Elizabeth GableElizabeth Gable217 S. Monroe
46374637View Page18941124Saturday, November 24th, 1894Harry WhiteHarry WhiteCor. Seymour Ebnight
37703770View Page18970929Wednesday, September 29th, 1897A. D. MadduxA. D. Maddux422 w Jackson
52245224View Page18991104Saturday, November 4th, 1899Mrs. R. R. HarrisMrs. R. R. Harris113 1/2 East Seymore
27602760View Page18901222Monday, December 22nd, 1890Nella KinertNella KinertNot listed
40544054View Page18921112Saturday, November 12th, 1892Mrs. W. C. DickieMrs. W. C. Dickie402. E. Adams
41684168View Page18930213Monday, February 13th, 1893Rudolph BloomRudolph Bloom313 W Michigan
42694269View Page18930617Saturday, June 17th, 1893Mr. T. H. KirbyMr. T. H. Kirby408. E. Jackson
45884588View Page18941023Tuesday, October 23rd, 1894Landess BloomLandess Bloom313 Michigan St.
45874587View Page18941023Tuesday, October 23rd, 1894Jamie DuncanJamie Duncan306 W. Main St.
43294329View Page18940115Monday, January 15th, 1894Earl PaceyEarl Pacey1123 East Jackson
41294129View Page18930113Friday, January 13th, 1893Robert CrandallRobert Crandall706 E. Jackson
45134513View Page18940711Wednesday, July 11th, 1894Ralph WintersRalph Winters216 W. Adams
42134213View Page18930322Wednesday, March 22nd, 1893Lirtie S. ClaypoolLirtie S. ClaypoolNot listed
42404240View Page18930510Wednesday, May 10th, 1893Mrs. Willie SandersMrs. Willie Sanders120 S. High
42514251View Page18930520Saturday, May 20th, 1893Mrs. George HickokMrs. George Hickok310 E. Jackson st.
42774277View Page18930713Thursday, July 13th, 1893Mrs. J. E. EthellMrs. J. E. Ethell1025 E. Adams
42864286View Page18930717Monday, July 17th, 1893Hattie RussellHattie Russell1211 E. Main
40344034View Page18921101Tuesday, November 1st, 1892Ray CaseRay CasePowers St.
25492549View Page18890817Saturday, August 17th, 1889Rena GillRena Gill608 West Main St.
25792579View Page18891104Monday, November 4th, 1889Fredie LaceyFredie LaceyEast Gilbert St.
29712971View Page18920203Wednesday, February 3rd, 1892Mrs. T. H. BartonMrs. T. H. Barton601 w Main
44474447View Page18940414Saturday, April 14th, 1894Mrs. Jennie HillMrs. Jennie Hill1018 e Main St.
26282628View Page18900405Saturday, April 5th, 1890S. L. BradyS. L. Brady201 W. Willard
27712771View Page18910110Saturday, January 10th, 1891Arthur LeonardArthur Leonard601 Robert st.
27812781View Page18910117Saturday, January 17th, 1891Mrs. BaldwinMrs. Baldwin460 W. Jackson
27892789View Page18910203Tuesday, February 3rd, 1891Mrs. J. E. MurrayMrs. J. E. Murray120 N Cherry
28122812View Page18910307Saturday, March 7th, 1891Willie CrawfordWillie CrawfordOmer Ave.
28142814View Page18910307Saturday, March 7th, 1891Bobbie KnowltonBobbie Knowlton503 E. Main
28392839View Page18910406Monday, April 6th, 1891Mamie HinkleMamie Hinkle123 Willard st.
28402840View Page18910406Monday, April 6th, 1891Edith McCreaEdith McCrea607 E. Charles
28412841View Page18910406Monday, April 6th, 1891Mrs. A. E. LymanMrs. A. E. LymanEast Jackson
28592859View Page18910601Monday, June 1st, 1891Margaret MettsMargaret Metts508 E. Gilbert
28962896View Page18911113Friday, November 13th, 1891Mrs. C. E. CronewellMrs. C. E. Cronewell706 E. Jackson
29092909View Page18911128Saturday, November 28th, 1891Price CrandallPrice Crandall706 E. Jackson
29112911View Page18910815Saturday, August 15th, 1891Dr. W. D. WhitneyDr. W. D. Whitney119 1/2 W. Jackson st.
29182918View Page18910921Monday, September 21st, 1891Agnes HoweAgnes Howe318 E. Jackson
29192919View Page18910921Monday, September 21st, 1891Carl ToppCarl Topp319 S. Liberty
29252925View Page18911007Wednesday, October 7th, 1891Fred W. ShidelerFred W. Shideler411 -- E. Washington
29282928View Page18911012Monday, October 12th, 1891Virginia ClaypoolVirginia ClaypoolEast of City
29342934View Page18911205Saturday, December 5th, 1891Louise MaddyLouise Maddy222 1/2 S. Walnut st.
29432943View Page18911229Tuesday, December 29th, 1891Wattia MarchWattia MarchEast of Chase + and Hoyt
28202820View Page18910309Monday, March 9th, 1891Ada GilmanAda GilmanW. Washington
29912991View Page18920224Wednesday, February 24th, 1892Joe BoehmJoe Boehm211 East Main st.
30733073View Page18920727Wednesday, July 27th, 1892Mrs. Wm EmersonMrs. Wm Emerson221 E. Adams
30683068View Page18920628Tuesday, June 28th, 1892May GrouseMay Grouse505 S. Franklin
40784078View Page18921203Saturday, December 3rd, 1892Frank HainesFrank Haines513 S. Jefferson st.
30503050View Page18920511Wednesday, May 11th, 1892Pearl HarrisPearl Harris410 East 17th
30123012View Page18920322Tuesday, March 22nd, 1892Edward KirbyEdward Kirby408 E. Jackson
40984098View Page18921216Friday, December 16th, 1892B. L. PritnerB. L. Pritner403 Wysor st.
40694069View Page18921122Tuesday, November 22nd, 1892Mary ShinnMary Shinn927 E. Adams
41014101View Page18921219Monday, December 19th, 1892Ammon M. WagnerAmmon M. Wagner219 N Vine
50415041View Page18990309Thursday, March 9th, 1899S. H. BennettS. H. Bennett202 Wysor St.
50455045View Page18990311Saturday, March 11th, 1899Mrs. Clif. SampsonMrs. Clif. Sampson310 N. Elm
50465046View Page18990311Saturday, March 11th, 1899Lilian BainLilian Bain410 W. Jackson
50565056View Page18990325Saturday, March 25th, 1899Myrtle SnyderMyrtle Snyder319 W. Adams
50645064View Page18990417Monday, April 17th, 1899Mrs. R. H. MunshowerMrs. R. H. Munshower428 W. Howard St.
44414441View Page18940407Saturday, April 7th, 1894Mr. Ray G HickokMr. Ray G Hickok309 E Jackson St
50745074View Page18990503Wednesday, May 3rd, 1899Mrs. Clarence ArmstrongMrs. Clarence ArmstrongCor. Dill and Main St.
50755075View Page18990505Friday, May 5th, 1899Gloria SumptionGloria Sumption402 W. Howard
50765076View Page18990514Sunday, May 14th, 1899Mrs. J. F. GillMrs. J. F. Gill614 Powers St.
44574457View Page18940503Thursday, May 3rd, 1894Jessie S BradburyJessie S Bradbury415 s High
50225022View Page18990224Friday, February 24th, 1899Raymond PotterRaymond Potter1025 E. Adams
50295029View Page18990225Saturday, February 25th, 1899Margaret MaloneMargaret Malone1103 E. Adams
50305030View Page18990225Saturday, February 25th, 1899Elizabeth MaloneElizabeth Malone1103 E. Adams
52385238View Page18991115Wednesday, November 15th, 1899Mrs. J. E. HughesMrs. J. E. Hughes512 1/2 S. Walnut
52415241View Page18991116Thursday, November 16th, 1899Mrs. Idah DragooMrs. Idah Dragoo1215 W. 11th St.
52445244View Page18991118Saturday, November 18th, 1899Eunice CloreEunice Clore524 W. Charles St.
52455245View Page18991121Tuesday, November 21st, 1899Edna HeckenhouerEdna Heckenhouer214 W. Gilbert St.
0310310View Page18760121Friday, January 21st, 1876Rose BuddRose Budd488 East Main Street
52505250View Page18991127Monday, November 27th, 1899Mrs. G. E. Glume [?]Mrs. G. E. Glume [?]211 w. Charles
52515251View Page18991127Monday, November 27th, 1899Homer L. FordyceHomer L. Fordyce1406 E. Gilbert St.
52525252View Page18991129Wednesday, November 29th, 1899Mrs. Chas G. ForesmanMrs. Chas G. Foresman516 S. Jefferson
52575257View Page18991202Saturday, December 2nd, 1899Jessie HathawayJessie Hathaway305 W. Jackson
52605260View Page18991202Saturday, December 2nd, 1899Mrs. N. E. BlackMrs. N. E. Black431 W. Howard
52665266View Page18991208Friday, December 8th, 1899Phil NewmanPhil Newman515 S. Council St.
52755275View Page18991221Thursday, December 21st, 1899George PattersonGeorge Patterson408 E. Howard St.
52775277View Page18991223Saturday, December 23rd, 1899Robert TumlesonRobert Tumleson608 Broadway Whiteley
52805280View Page18991226Tuesday, December 26th, 1899Mrs. Lora DearthMrs. Lora Dearth419 E. Adams
52815281View Page18991227Wednesday, December 27th, 1899Ella SweetlandElla Sweetland302 West Adams
52825282View Page18991227Wednesday, December 27th, 1899S. B. BunsoldS. B. Bunsold208 E. 1st St.
52835283View Page18991227Wednesday, December 27th, 1899Fred CrossfieldFred Crossfield723 S. Elm St.
52845284View Page18991228Thursday, December 28th, 1899Dr. J. E. HughesDr. J. E. Hughes512 1/2 S. Walnut St.
52865286View Page18991229Friday, December 29th, 1899Willie WolffWillie Wolff312 N. Mulberry
43514351View Page18940131Wednesday, January 31st, 1894J. A. BuckJ. A. Buckcor. Fremont & Harriett St.
45054505View Page18940707Saturday, July 7th, 1894Emily A HoweEmily A Howe318 E Washington
50815081View Page18990517Wednesday, May 17th, 1899Mrs. M. B. StreetMrs. M. B. Street421 Council
50835083View Page18990522Monday, May 22nd, 1899Jeanette GambleJeanette Gamble203 1/2 N. Hoyt
50895089View Page18990608Thursday, June 8th, 1899Mrs. Irene HutsellMrs. Irene Hutsell922 E. First St..
50905090View Page18990612Monday, June 12th, 1899Frank KochFrank Koch1316 E. First St.
45404540View Page18940813Monday, August 13th, 1894Mrs. W R MaddyMrs. W R Maddy218 S Walnut
45424542View Page18940816Thursday, August 16th, 1894Bessie HinesBessie Hines703 E Jackson
45444544View Page18940818Saturday, August 18th, 1894Mrs. W H EllisMrs. W H Ellis210 S Gharkey
51035103View Page18990701Saturday, July 1st, 1899Regina M. JohnsonRegina M. Johnson420 S. High
51085108View Page18990708Saturday, July 8th, 1899Ray ZapfRay ZapfN. Elm St.
51225122View Page18990731Monday, July 31st, 1899Clifford St. JohnClifford St. John518 E. Main st.
51285128View Page18990810Thursday, August 10th, 1899Mrs. Martin MeeksMrs. Martin Meeks424 E. Washington
43774377View Page18940210Saturday, February 10th, 1894Mr. J MeredithMr. J Meredith423 S. High St.
43914391View Page18940222Thursday, February 22nd, 1894L. M. HemingrayL. M. Hemingray411 Howard St.
44014401View Page18940226Monday, February 26th, 1894R. Q. RichardsR. Q. Richards610 Pollock
44054405View Page18940302Friday, March 2nd, 1894Charles JumpCharles Jump219 S. Franklin
46624662View Page18941226Wednesday, December 26th, 1894Katie McDowellKatie McDowell510 E. Wash.
46394639View Page18941126Monday, November 26th, 1894L. E. WilliamsL. E. Williams1210 E. Adams St
46444644View Page18941203Monday, December 3rd, 1894Clarence PerkinsClarence Perkins522 E. Jackson
46454645View Page18941205Wednesday, December 5th, 1894Lena TurnerLena TurnerCor. Charles + Jeff.
46654665View Page18941228Friday, December 28th, 1894Charles K. MitchellCharles K. Mitchell723 Kirby Ave.
45474547View Page18940825Saturday, August 25th, 1894J F HallJ F Hall317 E. Jackson
51365136View Page18990814Monday, August 14th, 1899Reba KoonsReba KoonsRiverside
51475147View Page18990902Saturday, September 2nd, 1899Emily OlcottEmily Olcott206 S. Mulberry
51545154View Page18990912Tuesday, September 12th, 1899Florence O'HarraFlorence O'Harra416 S. Liberty
51625162View Page18990927Wednesday, September 27th, 1899Mrs. Nannie B. SnyderMrs. Nannie B. Snyder319 W. Adams
51765176View Page18991011Wednesday, October 11th, 1899Edgar HaymondEdgar Haymond814 W. Charles St.
51915191View Page18990926Tuesday, September 26th, 1899Charlie Hoyer [?]Charlie Hoyer [?]Riverside
52105210View Page18991025Wednesday, October 25th, 1899Geo E. CoxGeo E. Cox511 E. Jackson
52355235View Page18991113Monday, November 13th, 1899Clara CowingClara CowingWheeling Ave.
32133213View Page18950708Monday, July 8th, 1895Clifford LangdonClifford Langdon910 S Mulberry
32173217View Page18950710Wednesday, July 10th, 1895Ethel PetersonEthel Peterson623 S Council St
32213221View Page18950713Saturday, July 13th, 1895Reuben C LoydReuben C Loyd903 S Walnut
32303230View Page18950801Thursday, August 1st, 1895Mr. B C BowmanMr. B C Bowman417 W Charles(scratched out) 320 S Jefferson(scratched out) 714 E Adams St
32343234View Page18950805Monday, August 5th, 1895Carroll HemingrayCarroll Hemingray411 Howard St
46734673View Page18950105Saturday, January 5th, 1895Fern MitchellFern Mitchell419 Jeff St.
46794679View Page18950108Tuesday, January 8th, 1895Earl WilliamsonEarl Williamson307 E Jackson
46994699View Page18950119Saturday, January 19th, 1895Walter SmithWalter SmithN. Elm & Race
47034703View Page18950119Saturday, January 19th, 1895Minnie GainorMinnie Gainorcor Blaine + Heekin
31373137View Page18950220Wednesday, February 20th, 1895Ettie M. SmithEttie M. Smith702 E. Adams
31493149View Page18950311Monday, March 11th, 1895Herbert H. SmithHerbert H. Smith1279 E. Main St.
31513151View Page18950316Saturday, March 16th, 1895Harry JohnsonHarry Johnson720 West Jackson St
31613161View Page18950330Saturday, March 30th, 1895Wm BallWm Ball909 Penn St.
31783178View Page18950508Wednesday, May 8th, 1895Mrs. J. V. CrenshawMrs. J. V. Crenshaw523 E. Main
31903190View Page18950605Wednesday, June 5th, 1895Geneva UnksGeneva UnksOhio Ave & Shipley
31943194View Page18950611Tuesday, June 11th, 1895Blanche WintersBlanche Winters216 W. Adams
32003200View Page18950621Friday, June 21st, 1895Earl WilliamsEarl Williams215 S. M.
32013201View Page18950621Friday, June 21st, 1895Mrs. H. ReynoldsMrs. H. Reynolds314 W. Seymour
31073107View Page18950129Tuesday, January 29th, 1895Mary MyersMary Myers715 E. Jackson
31083108View Page18950129Tuesday, January 29th, 1895Clifford BrownClifford BrownKilgore Ave
31153115View Page18950201Friday, February 1st, 1895Mrs. Mary NealMrs. Mary Neal322 W. Adams
31163116View Page18950202Saturday, February 2nd, 1895Mrs. Jas. RossMrs. Jas. Ross206 Wysor St.
31183118View Page18950205Tuesday, February 5th, 1895Mrs. John ShanahanMrs. John Shanahan614 S Madison St.
31203120View Page18950205Tuesday, February 5th, 1895Horace HagenlockerHorace HagenlockerWillard St.
31253125View Page18950209Saturday, February 9th, 1895Frank AmmonFrank Ammon511 - Proud St
31303130View Page18950215Friday, February 15th, 1895Karl G. SampleKarl G. Sample621 E. Main
32543254View Page18950928Saturday, September 28th, 1895M C ThorntonM C Thornton1625 S Elm
32563256View Page18951002Wednesday, October 2nd, 1895Mrs. John CaseyMrs. John Casey(605 Berlin St crossed out) 510 S Eliot St
32573257View Page18951003Thursday, October 3rd, 1895Chas T ReddingChas T Redding604 Elm St
32583258View Page18951005Saturday, October 5th, 1895Cora K LikelyCora K Likely#725 E Jackson
32613261View Page18951007Monday, October 7th, 1895Griffith WallaceGriffith Wallace616 Adams St
32653265View Page18951012Saturday, October 12th, 1895Mabel MeckerMabel Meckercor Jackson + Lincoln
32713271View Page18951018Friday, October 18th, 1895Claud SmithClaud Smith213 E First
32793279View Page18951024Thursday, October 24th, 1895Chas F KoontzChas F Koontz423 W Jackson
32823282View Page18951026Saturday, October 26th, 1895W BallardW Ballard321 E Gilbert
32983298View Page18951116Saturday, November 16th, 1895Ada KarnAda Karn220 W Gilbert
33073307View Page18951122Friday, November 22nd, 1895G. C. HillG. C. Hill219 No Mulberry
33173317View Page18951202Monday, December 2nd, 1895Mrs. F. GreelyMrs. F. Greely617 S Council St
33183318View Page18951203Tuesday, December 3rd, 1895Mada HurttMada Hurtt402 S Franklin
33193319View Page18951204Wednesday, December 4th, 1895Henry WeedHenry Weedcor 10th S Mulberry
33203320View Page18951204Wednesday, December 4th, 1895Guy SuttonGuy Sutton128 Hoyt Ave
33313331View Page18951220Friday, December 20th, 1895Karl NuttingKarl Nutting315 West Adams
33363336View Page18951224Tuesday, December 24th, 1895Miss. Beulah McElfreshMiss. Beulah McElfresh425 s Monroe
52685268View Page18991212Tuesday, December 12th, 1899Mrs. J. A. OrrMrs. J. A. Orr600 W. Charles St.
0546546View Page18770221Wednesday, February 21st, 1877Belle WallingBelle WallingCor. Charles & Council
0565565View Page18770224Saturday, February 24th, 1877Willie JewettWillie JewettE. M. 1187
0715715View Page18770511Friday, May 11th, 1877Addie KnowltonAddie Knowlton405 East Main
0978978View Page18780201Friday, February 1st, 1878Charles LynnCharles LynnEast Washington
34763476View Page18960717Friday, July 17th, 1896H. M. DenslowH. M. Denslow406 E. Gilbert
34843484View Page18960723Thursday, July 23rd, 1896Ruth BestRuth Best302 e North St.
34873487View Page18960729Wednesday, July 29th, 1896Harry AultHarry Ault110 Kilgore Ave
35063506View Page18960829Saturday, August 29th, 1896J. O. WeaverJ. O. Weaver208/2 S. Walnut
33633363View Page18960123Thursday, January 23rd, 1896Florence BleaseFlorence Blease500 Proud
33733373View Page18960128Tuesday, January 28th, 1896Mabel StewartMabel Stewart710 E Jackson
33753375View Page18960128Tuesday, January 28th, 1896Ethel CatesEthel Cates327 E North
33803380View Page18960131Friday, January 31st, 1896Mable HartmanMable Hartman616 E Washington
33813381View Page18960131Friday, January 31st, 1896Addison TemplerAddison Templer214 W Jackson St
33863386View Page18960204Tuesday, February 4th, 1896Mary CraigMary Craig1207 S Monroe
33893389View Page18960208Saturday, February 8th, 1896Ruth WintersRuth Winters216 W Adams
33913391View Page18960208Saturday, February 8th, 1896Mabel E NoldMabel E Nold904 E Main
33933393View Page18960214Friday, February 14th, 1896Frank S MartsFrank S Marts1022 Kirby St
35863586View Page18961215Tuesday, December 15th, 1896Hazel BuddHazel Budd237 N. Plum
33993399View Page18960220Thursday, February 20th, 1896Gertrude ClarkGertrude Clark326 E. Jackson
33963396View Page18960217Monday, February 17th, 1896Marian C. CraneMarian C. CraneS. Plum St.
35983598View Page18961230Wednesday, December 30th, 1896Nora EadsNora Eads912 E. Willard
35373537View Page18961022Thursday, October 22nd, 1896Mrs. J. M. EberlyMrs. J. M. Eberly703 N. Elm st.
35173517View Page18960912Saturday, September 12th, 1896Mrs. Maggie EmersonMrs. Maggie Emerson1328 E. Jackson
35493549View Page18961111Wednesday, November 11th, 1896Ohle GillOhle Gill441 W Howard
34373437View Page18960404Saturday, April 4th, 1896Harriet HamiltonHarriet Hamilton608 E. Main
35753575View Page18961201Tuesday, December 1st, 1896Edna HarveyEdna Harvey208 W. Washington
35943594View Page18961222Tuesday, December 22nd, 1896George LeGalleyGeorge LeGalley119 1/2 W. Jackson
35613561View Page18961120Friday, November 20th, 1896John W. LittleJohn W. Little622 E. Washington
34063406View Page18960303Tuesday, March 3rd, 1896Fred PrestonFred Preston603 E Adams
35563556View Page18961116Monday, November 16th, 1896Claude ReasonerClaude ReasonerE. Charles
35123512View Page18960907Monday, September 7th, 1896Mabel RiegleMabel Riegle108 N Monroe St.
34113411View Page18960310Tuesday, March 10th, 1896Pearl W. SmithPearl W. Smith213 East First St.
34343434View Page18960331Tuesday, March 31st, 1896Town RenaTown Rena1723 S. Madison
35593559View Page18961117Tuesday, November 17th, 1896Arthur RameyArthur Ramey418 S. Franklin
36733673View Page18970325Thursday, March 25th, 1897Louise AnthonyLouise Anthony1828 S. Walnut
37903790View Page18971018Monday, October 18th, 1897Geo. ArnoldGeo. Arnold821 E. Charles
37843784View Page18971015Friday, October 15th, 1897Edith B. BlairEdith B. Blair509 W. Main Street
36713671View Page18970313Saturday, March 13th, 1897J. P. BrownJ. P. Brown418 S. Franklin
37963796View Page18971026Tuesday, October 26th, 1897Mrs. F. A. BurkholderMrs. F. A. Burkholder607 E. Charles
37933793View Page18971023Saturday, October 23rd, 1897M. Louise CassadyM. Louise Cassady411 W. Adams
37083708View Page18970529Saturday, May 29th, 1897Estella ClarkEstella Clark235 N. Plum
38203820View Page18971118Thursday, November 18th, 1897Mrs. Herman CohenMrs. Herman Cohen510 S. Jefferson
36443644View Page18970215Monday, February 15th, 1897Seymour CohnSeymour CohnW. Main St.
37423742View Page18970722Thursday, July 22nd, 1897Carrie CohnCarrie Cohn406 W. Main
37433743View Page18970722Thursday, July 22nd, 1897Mrs. Fannie CohnMrs. Fannie Cohn406 W. Main
36463646View Page18970215Monday, February 15th, 1897Frank CrawfordFrank CrawfordOhmer Ave
37073707View Page18970529Saturday, May 29th, 1897Ernest DavisErnest Davis111 S. Franklin
37413741View Page18970721Wednesday, July 21st, 1897Miss. Kate DoudMiss. Kate Doud1101 W 1st
36583658View Page18970224Wednesday, February 24th, 1897Herbert DuBoisHerbert DuBois215 S. Mulberry
37673767View Page18970924Friday, September 24th, 1897J. E. DurhamJ. E. Durham314 S Jefferson
36663666View Page18970310Wednesday, March 10th, 1897Mrs. C. E. DwyerMrs. C. E. Dwyer306 E. Jackson
37533753View Page18970813Friday, August 13th, 1897M. H. GordonM. H. Gordon1526 9th + Sampson
36343634View Page18970203Wednesday, February 3rd, 1897J. A. HarveyJ. A. Harvey208 W. Washington
38253825View Page18971121Sunday, November 21st, 1897Helen HuntHelen Hunt203 N High
38423842View Page18971201Wednesday, December 1st, 1897Hattie KarnHattie Karn303 E. 9th st.
37353735View Page18970715Thursday, July 15th, 1897J. W. KirkpatrickJ. W. Kirkpatrick619 Council St.
38383838View Page18971127Saturday, November 27th, 1897Margaret LeothMargaret Leoth116 S. Proud
37513751View Page18970810Tuesday, August 10th, 1897James LightbodyJames Lightbody1610 S. Jefferson
37593759View Page18970831Tuesday, August 31st, 1897Mrs. Ida H. LongMrs. Ida H. Long915 E. Jackson
38543854View Page18971208Wednesday, December 8th, 1897Mrs. W. M. MarshMrs. W. M. Marsh222 E. Adams
36423642View Page18970211Thursday, February 11th, 1897James MathewJames Mathew323 N. Mulberry
37503750View Page18970810Tuesday, August 10th, 1897Claude McElweeClaude McElwee617 E. Adams
37983798View Page18971028Thursday, October 28th, 1897Laura McGeeLaura McGee1114 Kirby Ave
36123612View Page18970115Friday, January 15th, 1897Lillian MitchellLillian Mitchell419 S. Jefferson
37043704View Page18970526Wednesday, May 26th, 1897Mabel MorrowMabel Morrow516 E. Washington
38393839View Page18971129Monday, November 29th, 1897Earl MurtonEarl Murton1413 S. Franklin
37913791View Page18971018Monday, October 18th, 1897Margaret OlcottMargaret Olcott206 S. Mulberry
37003700View Page18970524Monday, May 24th, 1897Carrie PadenCarrie Paden505 West Charles st.
36283628View Page18970201Monday, February 1st, 1897Jessie PalmerJessie Palmer502 W. Main
37253725View Page18970622Tuesday, June 22nd, 1897Willie PolandWillie Poland801 E. First
38263826View Page18971121Sunday, November 21st, 1897Cora ReddingCora Redding725 E. Jackson St.
36983698View Page18970513Thursday, May 13th, 1897Carl ReedCarl Reed510 S. Jefferson
36013601View Page18970102Saturday, January 2nd, 1897G. W. Richardson Jr.G. W. Richardson Jr.Braun House
36753675View Page18970326Friday, March 26th, 1897Coral B Roli[...]Coral B Roli[...]509 S. Walnut
38103810View Page18971109Tuesday, November 9th, 1897Howard SchraderHoward Schrader606 S Walnut
38433843View Page18971201Wednesday, December 1st, 1897Elizabeth ScottElizabeth Scott116 S. Plum
37333733View Page18970709Friday, July 9th, 1897Louise SheelerLouise Sheeler608 N. Monroe st.
37823782View Page18971011Monday, October 11th, 1897Maude StephensMaude Stephens315 W. Jackson
38503850View Page18971207Tuesday, December 7th, 1897Janett TurnerJanett Turner516 S. Jefferson
37973797View Page18971023Saturday, October 23rd, 1897Lizzie VanstrienLizzie Vanstrien829 E 1st
36293629View Page18970201Monday, February 1st, 1897Lonzo WeaverLonzo WeaverS. Penn st.
37243724View Page18970622Tuesday, June 22nd, 1897Paul WhitePaul White419 E. Adams
48104810View Page18980928Wednesday, September 28th, 1898Mrs. W. H. NaumanMrs. W. H. Nauman1412 E. Main
48114811View Page18980928Wednesday, September 28th, 1898Chester HazerChester HazerCor Elm and Highland Ave.
48124812View Page18980929Thursday, September 29th, 1898Nellie DerryNellie Derry1007 E. Whitely St.
48154815View Page18980907Wednesday, September 7th, 1898Jennie ThorpeJennie Thorpe725 - E. Jackson
48204820View Page18981004Tuesday, October 4th, 1898Louise RossLouise Ross523 E. Chas.
48244824View Page18981005Wednesday, October 5th, 1898Ina CecilIna CecilSmithfield Pike
48254825View Page18981005Wednesday, October 5th, 1898Flora BilbyFlora Bilby1229 East Eigth
48274827View Page18981008Saturday, October 8th, 1898Katharine S. GarstKatharine S. Garst611 W. Adams
48354835View Page18981015Saturday, October 15th, 1898Geo. D. GowdyGeo. D. Gowdy608 E Washington
48374837View Page18981015Saturday, October 15th, 1898Mrs. Bernice ReamMrs. Bernice Ream215 North Jefferson St
48394839View Page18981018Tuesday, October 18th, 1898Pearl I. HazerPearl I. HazerElm St. + Highland Av.
11551155View Page18790111Saturday, January 11th, 1879Ada TurnerAda TurnerCor Pine and Jackson
11811181View Page18790218Tuesday, February 18th, 1879Sara BradburySara BradburyEast Jackson
38703870View Page18980105Wednesday, January 5th, 1898Mrs. A M KleinMrs. A M Klein419 S Council
38723872View Page18980106Thursday, January 6th, 1898Clifford BowerClifford Bower333 E Washington
38743874View Page18980108Saturday, January 8th, 1898Mamie H PostmaMamie H Postma415 S Madison
38773877View Page18980108Saturday, January 8th, 1898George SummerGeorge Summer609 S Walnut
47524752View Page18980711Monday, July 11th, 1898W. G. RiceW. G. Rice225 E. Washington St
47634763View Page18980726Tuesday, July 26th, 1898Nellie MitchellNellie Mitchell1010 S. Monroe
47674767View Page18980803Wednesday, August 3rd, 1898Edwin MarshEdwin Marsh222 Et. Adams St.
47684768View Page18980803Wednesday, August 3rd, 1898L. A. InaoityL. A. InaoityE. Main St
47724772View Page18980806Saturday, August 6th, 1898Miss. M. E. PhinneyMiss. M. E. Phinney417 E. Washington St.
47794779View Page18980813Saturday, August 13th, 1898India C. LinderIndia C. Linder108 S. Franklin
47834783View Page18980827Saturday, August 27th, 1898Harry B. BannisterHarry B. Bannister1423 E. Main St
47844784View Page18980827Saturday, August 27th, 1898Anna OlinAnna Olin201 - East 9th
47854785View Page18980829Monday, August 29th, 1898James RibbleJames Ribble322 Boyce Ave.
47864786View Page18980831Wednesday, August 31st, 1898Mrs. O. S. TuttleMrs. O. S. Tuttle219 E. Gilbert
47894789View Page18980903Saturday, September 3rd, 1898Florence McNaughtonFlorence McNaughton217 W. Jackson
47954795View Page18980908Thursday, September 8th, 1898Mrs. S. MosesMrs. S. Moses431 E. Chas.
48014801View Page18980916Friday, September 16th, 1898Mrs. Milt GrayMrs. Milt Gray1408 E. Main
48024802View Page18980916Friday, September 16th, 1898Mrs. Fannie AnthonyMrs. Fannie Anthony119 S. Franklin
48464846View Page18981021Friday, October 21st, 1898Mrs. J. E. ReedMrs. J. E. Reed514 W. Howard
48484848View Page18981022Saturday, October 22nd, 1898Gertrude KirbyGertrude Kirby603 N. Elm
48494849View Page18981024Monday, October 24th, 1898Ada MeekerAda Meeker608 S. Monroe
48514851View Page18981024Monday, October 24th, 1898Kemper HarroldKemper HarroldBishop Block 1020 E. Willard
48534853View Page18981025Tuesday, October 25th, 1898Volda IrwinVolda Irwin1211 E. Main St.
48644864View Page18981031Monday, October 31st, 1898Wm C. DickieWm C. Dickie116 E. Adams St
48664866View Page18981103Thursday, November 3rd, 1898R. RahrbornR. Rahrborn221 - E. Gilbert
48724872View Page18981105Saturday, November 5th, 1898Ethel LakeEthel Lake815 W. Main St.
48824882View Page18981117Thursday, November 17th, 1898Mrs. Genje JamesMrs. Genje James310 - W. Jackson
48834883View Page18981117Thursday, November 17th, 1898Mr. Ned JamesMr. Ned James306 - W. Jackson
48844884View Page18981117Thursday, November 17th, 1898Cyrus HerronCyrus Herroncor. Plum + Ohio Ave.
48944894View Page18981122Tuesday, November 22nd, 1898Mrs. Martha BaylessMrs. Martha Bayless228 N. Vine
49004900View Page18981126Saturday, November 26th, 1898Charles R. LongCharles R. Long316 W. Adams
49154915View Page18981205Monday, December 5th, 1898Frank HillFrank Hill926 Wst Chs. St
49204920View Page18981209Friday, December 9th, 1898Marx E. HoltMarx E. Holt600 W. Adams
49254925View Page18981214Wednesday, December 14th, 1898Mrs. N. H. SudburyMrs. N. H. Sudbury519 W. Charles
49304930View Page18981222Thursday, December 22nd, 1898Leota LarkinsLeota Larkins722 E. Adams St.
49314931View Page18981222Thursday, December 22nd, 1898Ethel JohnsonEthel Johnson1720 S. Elm
38953895View Page18980121Friday, January 21st, 1898Emily MeeksEmily MeeksSelma Pike
38973897View Page18980124Monday, January 24th, 1898Ross DowdenRoss Dowden1126 E Main St
39003900View Page18980126Wednesday, January 26th, 1898Guy McAllisterGuy McAllisterNot listed
39013901View Page18980126Wednesday, January 26th, 1898Margarett OrrMargarett Orr609 E Main
39143914View Page18980205Saturday, February 5th, 1898Geneva UnksGeneva UnksLouick St
39153915View Page18980205Saturday, February 5th, 1898Carl BartleCarl BartleHoyt Ave
39173917View Page18980207Monday, February 7th, 1898Mrs. T. MudgeMrs. T. Mudge503 E Wash. St.
39253925View Page18980214Monday, February 14th, 1898Mrs. Maud AlbrightMrs. Maud Albright1124 E 8th
39283928View Page18980217Thursday, February 17th, 1898E. E. CalhE. E. Calh1507 W Jackson St
39293929View Page18980217Thursday, February 17th, 1898G. A. WhitcombG. A. Whitcomb211 S Walnut St
39503950View Page18980312Saturday, March 12th, 1898D LeonardD Leonard1253 Kirby Ave
39543954View Page18980312Saturday, March 12th, 1898May KellerMay Keller415 W Adams St
39563956View Page18980314Monday, March 14th, 1898Mary GlennMary Glenn1114 Kirby Ave
39573957View Page18980314Monday, March 14th, 1898C. W. SherrittC. W. Sherritt323 Gilbert
39613961View Page18980319Saturday, March 19th, 1898Mabel F. BallardMabel F. Ballard405 E Washington
39633963View Page18980325Friday, March 25th, 1898Elsie HadleyElsie Hadley203 E Adams St
39643964View Page18980326Saturday, March 26th, 1898Mrs. O. B. BannisterMrs. O. B. Bannister1423 East Main
39653965View Page18980326Saturday, March 26th, 1898Fred A SwainFred A Swain1028 S Walnut
39733973View Page18980406Wednesday, April 6th, 1898Ferdinand BakerFerdinand Baker620 S Council
39843984View Page18980422Friday, April 22nd, 1898Ervin MitchellErvin Mitchell419 South Jefferson
39893989View Page18980503Tuesday, May 3rd, 1898Otto P. ReamOtto P. Ream211 S Cherry
47254725View Page18980519Thursday, May 19th, 1898Charlie TurnerCharlie Turner619 East Jackson St
47334733View Page18980611Saturday, June 11th, 1898Lola JacksonLola Jackson916 E Main
47434743View Page18980625Saturday, June 25th, 1898Earl SwainEarl Swain1028 S Walnut
47454745View Page18980630Thursday, June 30th, 1898Beulah BateyBeulah BateyJarret St Riverside
47384738View Page18980617Friday, June 17th, 1898Arthur PotterArthur Potter1025 E Adams St
47404740View Page18980623Thursday, June 23rd, 1898Mrs. Leo MedskerMrs. Leo Medsker423 E Washington
55685568View Page19001019Friday, October 19th, 1900Samuel AbrahamSamuel Abraham817 W. Main St.
53815381View Page19000303Saturday, March 3rd, 1900Ralph AllisonRalph Allison527. Wintson
55425542View Page19000922Saturday, September 22nd, 1900Clinton AndersonClinton AndersonBox. 784
56055605View Page19001119Monday, November 19th, 1900Bert AustinBert Austin818 W. First St
55835583View Page19001103Saturday, November 3rd, 1900M M BaileyM M Bailey1106 E. Adams
54645464View Page19000613Wednesday, June 13th, 1900Bernice BallBernice Ball822 W. Chas. St.
54445444View Page19000521Monday, May 21st, 1900Deo L. BantaDeo L. Banta506 E. Main St.
53055305View Page19000110Wednesday, January 10th, 1900Mrs. Walter BattreallMrs. Walter Battreall511 Elliott
54825482View Page19000705Thursday, July 5th, 1900Annie BellAnnie Bell517 E. Washington
54885488View Page19000709Monday, July 9th, 1900Lealah BellLealah Bell517 E. Washington
53975397View Page19000317Saturday, March 17th, 1900Mrs. Ella F.P. BooneMrs. Ella F.P. Boone900 S. Elm St.
54925492View Page19000716Monday, July 16th, 1900Fred H. BowmanFred H. Bowman417 W. Howard St
53885388View Page19000310Saturday, March 10th, 1900Mrs. S. F. BradyMrs. S. F. Brady216_E. Washin
53845384View Page19000306Tuesday, March 6th, 1900Roy BrannonRoy Brannon215 W. Charles
56385638View Page19001215Saturday, December 15th, 1900W. R. BraunellW. R. Braunell608 Jackson St
56465646View Page19001222Saturday, December 22nd, 1900E. E. BridenbeckerE. E. Bridenbecker1028 S. Walnut
56455645View Page19001221Friday, December 21st, 1900John BrothertonJohn Brotherton822 Kirby ave.
56075607View Page19001120Tuesday, November 20th, 1900Margaret BruckMargaret Bruck206 E. Washington St
56025602View Page19001117Saturday, November 17th, 1900Cora BrunsCora Bruns310 S. Cherry St
54155415View Page19000331Saturday, March 31st, 1900Pearl BuckPearl Buck402 E. Adams St.
53505350View Page19000209Friday, February 9th, 1900Hazel BucklyHazel Buckly1519 South Monroe St
54505450View Page19000526Saturday, May 26th, 1900Charline BundyCharline Bundy416_E. Wysor
54515451View Page19000528Monday, May 28th, 1900Elizabeth CarterElizabeth Carter511 S. Elm St
54875487View Page19000709Monday, July 9th, 1900Mrs. C. M. CarterMrs. C. M. Carter411_S. Jefferson
53775377View Page19000303Saturday, March 3rd, 1900Zora CarterZora Carter320 Race St.
54425442View Page19000521Monday, May 21st, 1900Maggie CarvelMaggie Carvel216_W. Howard
54835483View Page19000705Thursday, July 5th, 1900Daisy CecilDaisy Cecil5 mi. S.E. of City
54285428View Page19000417Tuesday, April 17th, 1900Arthur ChambersArthur Chambers1004 East First St
55885588View Page19001106Tuesday, November 6th, 1900Edna M ClarkEdna M Clark523 S. Council St.
55115511View Page19000804Saturday, August 4th, 1900Pearl ClarkPearl Clark119 S. Franklin
56275627View Page19001204Tuesday, December 4th, 1900Clarence CobbClarence Cobb415 E. Adams
54785478View Page19000629Friday, June 29th, 1900Bessie CohenBessie Cohen613 W. Jackson
55645564View Page19001013Saturday, October 13th, 1900Melvin CramerMelvin Cramer1325 E. Main
54675467View Page19000617Sunday, June 17th, 1900Mrs. Fred CrandallMrs. Fred Crandall407 Sutton St Riverside
56115611View Page19001122Thursday, November 22nd, 1900Orpha CristOrpha Crist1308 E. Fifth St.
56035603View Page19001117Saturday, November 17th, 1900Alice DavisAlice Davis309 E. Jackson St
54315431View Page19000428Saturday, April 28th, 1900Eva DavisEva Davis523 Ohio Ave
55735573View Page19001024Wednesday, October 24th, 1900Mrs. Calvin DavisMrs. Calvin Davis113 1/2 E. Seymour St.
54125412View Page19000326Monday, March 26th, 1900Mrs. Rose L. DavisMrs. Rose L. Davis516 E. Charles St.
53435343View Page19000205Monday, February 5th, 1900W. C. DenneyW. C. Denney119 S. Franklin St.
56155615View Page19001127Tuesday, November 27th, 1900Lester DorseLester Dorse219 S. Franklin St.
53835383View Page19000306Tuesday, March 6th, 1900Mrs. E. G. EarpMrs. E. G. Earp314 W. Jackson St.
56485648View Page19001226Wednesday, December 26th, 1900R. C. ElabargerR. C. Elabarger724. Powers st.
55785578View Page19001103Saturday, November 3rd, 1900Clara ElrodClara Elrod815 W Powers st.
53465346View Page19000206Tuesday, February 6th, 1900Harley FletcherHarley Fletcher311 E. Willard
54575457View Page19000531Thursday, May 31st, 1900Mrs. Louis C FoldrichMrs. Louis C Foldrich315 N. Vine St.
53445344View Page19000206Tuesday, February 6th, 1900Hollie FrazerHollie Frazer121 E. 7th
54715471View Page19000622Friday, June 22nd, 1900Ada GentryAda Gentry514 S. Gharkey
54275427View Page19000416Monday, April 16th, 1900John W. GibsonJohn W. Gibson807 E. Chas. St.
56515651View Page19001228Friday, December 28th, 1900Mildred GravesMildred Graves329 E Wysor
54235423View Page19000413Friday, April 13th, 1900Fay HadleyFay Hadley1401 S. Walnut
54075407View Page19000321Wednesday, March 21st, 1900Mrs. W. V. HaleMrs. W. V. Hale603 W. Adams
54625462View Page19000609Saturday, June 9th, 1900Goldie HamiltonGoldie Hamilton1315. W 9th Street
55915591View Page19001109Friday, November 9th, 1900Harold HamiltonHarold Hamilton700 W Power
55315531View Page19000823Thursday, August 23rd, 1900Moses HanesMoses HanesWheeling Ave Riverside
55025502View Page19000723Monday, July 23rd, 1900Chas HanleyChas Hanley907 S Grant St.
54955495View Page19000717Tuesday, July 17th, 1900Wm HanleyWm Hanley911 S. Grant st
53615361View Page19000217Saturday, February 17th, 1900James HarkinsJames Harkins244 Kilgore Ave
53185318View Page19000117Wednesday, January 17th, 1900Anna HedgerAnna HedgerRiverside
53175317View Page19000117Wednesday, January 17th, 1900Oscar HedgerOscar HedgerRiverside_
55465546View Page19000928Friday, September 28th, 1900Maynard HehnickMaynard Hehnick8 Arcade E Main st.
56535653View Page19010102Wednesday, January 2nd, 1901Mabel HathawayMabel Hathaway305 W. Jackson
56555655View Page19010102Wednesday, January 2nd, 1901Elmer E. HouzeElmer E. Houze305 N. Plum St.
56605660View Page19010102Wednesday, January 2nd, 1901Mrs. Claudia SampleMrs. Claudia Sample111 S. Vine St.
56635663View Page19010108Tuesday, January 8th, 1901Willie DoermannWillie Doermann517 - S. Elliott
56655665View Page19010108Tuesday, January 8th, 1901Nina PrestonNina Preston518 E Washington
56665666View Page19010112Saturday, January 12th, 1901Mae HanleyMae Hanley911 - S. Grant
56675667View Page19010114Monday, January 14th, 1901Harriet HaleHarriet Hale416 E. North
56715671View Page19010119Saturday, January 19th, 1901Morris VanstrienMorris Vanstrien422 E. 2nd
56795679View Page19010122Tuesday, January 22nd, 1901Robert DreyfussRobert Dreyfuss606 S. Madison
56805680View Page19010123Wednesday, January 23rd, 1901James HarrisJames Harris414 S Franklin
56855685View Page19010126Saturday, January 26th, 1901Elsie WilliamsElsie Williams322 E. Gilbert
56865686View Page19010130Wednesday, January 30th, 1901Cormine HufferCormine Huffer409 E Charles
56885688View Page19010131Thursday, January 31st, 1901Clara HarrisonClara Harrison1214 E. Main St.
56955695View Page19010205Tuesday, February 5th, 1901Helen ConklingHelen Conkling1412 E. Main St
56965696View Page19010205Tuesday, February 5th, 1901Essie PendletonEssie Pendleton321 E. Wash. St
56975697View Page19010207Thursday, February 7th, 1901Herbert RickardHerbert Rickard1315 S. Madison
57015701View Page19010207Thursday, February 7th, 1901Miss. Lucy VanceMiss. Lucy Vance327 1/2 S. Monroe
57055705View Page19010211Monday, February 11th, 1901Lillie DeYoungLillie DeYoung1047 - S. Hackley St
57125712View Page19010214Thursday, February 14th, 1901Alen ToddAlen Todd414 W. Ohmer Ave
57145714View Page19010216Saturday, February 16th, 1901Thos. HarrisonThos. Harrison1214 E Main St
57165716View Page19010221Thursday, February 21st, 1901May DunlapMay Dunlap1305 E. Main
57195719View Page19010223Saturday, February 23rd, 1901Anna StuckeyAnna Stuckey211 E Main
57205720View Page19010223Saturday, February 23rd, 1901Laura V. CorblyLaura V. Corbly328 Race
54025402View Page19000319Monday, March 19th, 1900Reba HooverReba Hoover316 West Main St.
54045404View Page19000319Monday, March 19th, 1900Gilbert HumfeldGilbert Humfeld607 N Madison
56375637View Page19001213Thursday, December 13th, 1900Mrs. E. T. IceMrs. E. T. Ice420 1/2 S. Council st.
54205420View Page19000326Monday, March 26th, 1900Belle JohnsonBelle Johnson115 1/2 S. Mulberry st.
55165516View Page19000810Friday, August 10th, 1900Mrs. O. A. JohnsonMrs. O. A. Johnson216 S. High
56255625View Page19001201Saturday, December 1st, 1900Mamee KennedyMamee Kennedy1601 S. Madison
53985398View Page19000317Saturday, March 17th, 1900Mrs. Fred KleinMrs. Fred Klein218 W. Adams St.
54655465View Page19000615Friday, June 15th, 1900Oley D LangdonOley D Langdon635 W. 8th St.
55285528View Page19000823Thursday, August 23rd, 1900Mrs. M. LauerMrs. M. Lauer616_E. Adams
53755375View Page19000303Saturday, March 3rd, 1900Frank LeonFrank Leon415 E. Charles
55345534View Page19000829Wednesday, August 29th, 1900Mrs. J. E. LewisMrs. J. E. Lewis327. E. Jackson
53375337View Page19000203Saturday, February 3rd, 1900May LewisMay Lewis2023 Mulberry
53335333View Page19000127Saturday, January 27th, 1900Clifford LoderClifford Loder1543 W 9 St.
56345634View Page19001211Tuesday, December 11th, 1900Marguerite LyonsMarguerite Lyons817 W. Chas. St.
55895589View Page19001106Tuesday, November 6th, 1900Lewis McCoyLewis McCoy512 E. Howard St.
56285628View Page19001206Thursday, December 6th, 1900Mrs. C. H. McCulloughMrs. C. H. McCullough109 Kilgore Ave
54815481View Page19000630Saturday, June 30th, 1900Mrs. T. J. McLeanMrs. T. J. McLean512 So. Liberty
55845584View Page19001106Tuesday, November 6th, 1900Wm McMillianWm McMillian1324 S. Mad. St.
52945294View Page19000104Thursday, January 4th, 1900Marion MeekerMarion Meeker1523 E. Jackson
56395639View Page19001215Saturday, December 15th, 1900Mrs. Alice MeeksMrs. Alice Meeks408_E. Main
53925392View Page19000312Monday, March 12th, 1900John MellettJohn MellettRiverside Ave
55185518View Page19000811Saturday, August 11th, 1900Mrs. Harry MeyersMrs. Harry Meyers406 E. Jackson St.
53935393View Page19000312Monday, March 12th, 1900J. G. MillerJ. G. Miller620 W. Charles
55075507View Page19000727Friday, July 27th, 1900Billie MohlerBillie Mohler1125 E. Washington
54995499View Page19000723Monday, July 23rd, 1900Mabel MonroeMabel MonroePauline Ave., Riverside
55045504View Page19000724Tuesday, July 24th, 1900W. S. MorganW. S. MorganCor. Brady & Kirby Ave.
55635563View Page19001013Saturday, October 13th, 1900Lee M. GlassLee M. Glass903. W. Charles
56065606View Page19001120Tuesday, November 20th, 1900J. W. NeaglesJ. W. Neagles214 N. Walnut st
55175517View Page19000811Saturday, August 11th, 1900Mrs. Frances PadenMrs. Frances Paden518 S Council st.
56305630View Page19001212Wednesday, December 12th, 1900Geo. F. ParkhurstGeo. F. Parkhurst1029 W. Jackson
54855485View Page19000705Thursday, July 5th, 1900Mrs. M. H. PearsonMrs. M. H. Pearson602 S Counci
54945494View Page19000717Tuesday, July 17th, 1900Eddie PerdieuEddie Perdieu809 E. Seymour
54175417View Page19000404Wednesday, April 4th, 1900Lena PierceLena Pierce407 Jarrett St.
54795479View Page19000630Saturday, June 30th, 1900Ruth PrewittRuth Prewitt318 W. Main
53035303View Page19000110Wednesday, January 10th, 1900Elma QuickElma Quick421 S. Mulberry st.
56525652View Page19001228Friday, December 28th, 1900F. D. ReileyF. D. Reiley514 E Charles St
55145514View Page19000807Tuesday, August 7th, 1900Mrs. G. A. RibbleMrs. G. A. Ribble3 m. S.E. Muncie
53605360View Page19000217Saturday, February 17th, 1900Wm RibbleWm RibbleSmithfield Pike
56405640View Page19001215Saturday, December 15th, 1900Carl RiblettCarl Riblett1201 east 1st St.
53745374View Page19000302Friday, March 2nd, 1900Nellie RichmireNellie Richmire419 W. Howard
54565456View Page19000531Thursday, May 31st, 1900Claude RiderClaude Rider811 N.A. st W
56315631View Page19001212Wednesday, December 12th, 1900Martha RobbinsMartha Robbins029 W 1st
55445544View Page19000927Thursday, September 27th, 1900J. M. SamuelsJ. M. Samuels214 Nth Liberty
54165416View Page19000331Saturday, March 31st, 1900Mrs. C. W. SherrittMrs. C. W. Sherritt323 E Gilbert St
54585458View Page19000604Monday, June 4th, 1900Lydia ShoemakerLydia Shoemaker2205 S Walnut
55155515View Page19000810Friday, August 10th, 1900Mollie ShoemakerMollie Shoemaker2205 So Walnut
55585558View Page19001011Thursday, October 11th, 1900Ora ShoemakerOra Shoemaker320 Race St.
55475547View Page19000929Saturday, September 29th, 1900Geo. H. SissonGeo. H. Sisson614 E. Jackson St.
53995399View Page19000317Saturday, March 17th, 1900Mrs. J. R. SmithMrs. J. R. Smith118 S. Monroe st.
54525452View Page19000528Monday, May 28th, 1900Beatrice SoudersBeatrice Souders1111 East Adams St.
53595359View Page19000217Saturday, February 17th, 1900Beryl SpoonBeryl Spoon403 E. Eighth St
53645364View Page19000219Monday, February 19th, 1900Kenneth SpurgeonKenneth Spurgeon322 E. Charles st.
54035403View Page19000319Monday, March 19th, 1900Mary ThomasMary Thomas406 W. Main
53025302View Page19000109Tuesday, January 9th, 1900Mrs. Ralph ThomasMrs. Ralph Thomas315 S. Vine St.
53545354View Page19000215Thursday, February 15th, 1900Sadie ThomasSadie Thomas657 Berlin St.
56295629View Page19001206Thursday, December 6th, 1900Mrs. R. W. ThompsonMrs. R. W. Thompson113 E. Seymour
56425642View Page19001218Tuesday, December 18th, 1900Chelsy ThornburgChelsy Thornburg800 Seymour
55855585View Page19001106Tuesday, November 6th, 1900Mrs. R. ThornburgMrs. R. Thornburg427 E. Chas. St.
55215521View Page19000814Tuesday, August 14th, 1900M. M. TruittM. M. Truitt502 W. Adams
54365436View Page19000505Saturday, May 5th, 1900Ray TurnerRay Turner801 E. Main St.
53265326View Page19000123Tuesday, January 23rd, 1900Margaret WagnerMargaret Wagner119 1/2 W. Adams
53155315View Page19000116Tuesday, January 16th, 1900Chester WardlowChester Wardlow810 Kirby Ave
55725572View Page19001024Wednesday, October 24th, 1900Minnie WestfallMinnie Westfall219 S. Franklin
55245524View Page19000820Monday, August 20th, 1900John WilliamsJohn Williams500 st halky st.
55805580View Page19001103Saturday, November 3rd, 1900Walter WilsonWalter Wilson629 W. 12th st
55205520View Page19000811Saturday, August 11th, 1900L. H. Wuiternnite Jr.L. H. Wuiternnite Jr.1019 E. Kirby Ave
56335633View Page19001211Tuesday, December 11th, 1900Mary YoungMary Young502 S. Franklin
58145814View Page19010702Tuesday, July 2nd, 1901Kenneth ReidKenneth Reid917 E Adams
58175817View Page19010706Saturday, July 6th, 1901Marg LangfordMarg Langford312 E North
58185818View Page19010710Wednesday, July 10th, 1901Shiloh P. LangfordShiloh P. Langford312 E North St
58195819View Page19010712Friday, July 12th, 1901Mrs. Anne PorterMrs. Anne Porter526 Winsor St
58205820View Page19010715Monday, July 15th, 1901Ira W LangfordIra W Langford312 E North
58215821View Page19010715Monday, July 15th, 1901Frank HanleyFrank Hanley821 E Jackson
58235823View Page19010720Saturday, July 20th, 1901Velma WitamyerVelma Witamyer1328 E Gilbert St
58245824View Page19010722Monday, July 22nd, 1901Fred S KleinFred S Klein220 W Adams
58275827View Page19010722Monday, July 22nd, 1901Margaret KennedyMargaret Kennedy317 S Franklin St
58285828View Page19010725Thursday, July 25th, 1901Marjorie HarriottMarjorie Harriott823 E Jackson St
58325832View Page19010727Saturday, July 27th, 1901Malcolm HarriottMalcolm Harriott823 E Jackson
58355835View Page19010729Monday, July 29th, 1901Chas OxleyChas Oxley317 North Mulberry
58455845View Page19010802Friday, August 2nd, 1901Effie M. IcermanEffie M. Icerman511 W Main
58465846View Page19010802Friday, August 2nd, 1901Mr. Hasty WilsonMr. Hasty Wilson407 S Franklin
58485848View Page19010802Friday, August 2nd, 1901Madye McCulloughMadye McCullough405 N Plum
58545854View Page19010822Thursday, August 22nd, 1901Bertie ReisorBertie Reisor811 E Jackson
58575857View Page19010902Monday, September 2nd, 1901Ruth GilmoreRuth Gilmore512 S Franklin St
58595859View Page19010907Saturday, September 7th, 1901Mrs. H. D. HartleyMrs. H. D. Hartley501 Proud St
58605860View Page19010907Saturday, September 7th, 1901Mrs. Hattie HarriottMrs. Hattie Harriott823 E Jackson
58625862View Page19010914Saturday, September 14th, 1901Miss. Harriett DayMiss. Harriett Day520 E Jackson
58635863View Page19010916Monday, September 16th, 1901Grace L. FlinnGrace L. Flinn703 N Mulberry
58655865View Page19010916Monday, September 16th, 1901Beatrice TurnerBeatrice Turner128 Kenney
58685868View Page19010917Tuesday, September 17th, 1901Emmett ShellerEmmett Sheller527 S Elliott St
58695869View Page19010921Saturday, September 21st, 1901Mrs. L. F. RicksMrs. L. F. Ricks518 S Liberty St
58725872View Page19010921Saturday, September 21st, 1901Faye ShickermanFaye ShickermanRoom S Boyce Blk
57285728View Page19010228Thursday, February 28th, 1901Margaret EarleyMargaret Earley434 E. Charles
57345734View Page19010302Saturday, March 2nd, 1901Blanche DunganBlanche Dungan421 1/2 S. Walnut St.
57385738View Page19010306Wednesday, March 6th, 1901Mary BabbMary Babb505 E Charles St.
57395739View Page19010306Wednesday, March 6th, 1901Bertha WilliamsBertha Williams505 E. Chas St.
57435743View Page19010309Saturday, March 9th, 1901Ethel GilmoreEthel Gilmore1104 E. Adams
57485748View Page19010312Tuesday, March 12th, 1901Mrs. J. C. DicksonMrs. J. C. Dickson218 N. Jefferson St.
57495749View Page19010312Tuesday, March 12th, 1901Mr. Ora C. NortonMr. Ora C. Norton118 E Main St.
57505750View Page19010321Thursday, March 21st, 1901Anna ZyestraAnna Zyestra410 Sutton St
57575757View Page19010323Saturday, March 23rd, 1901Samil E MillikenSamil E Milliken422 E Howard
57595759View Page19010328Thursday, March 28th, 1901J. L. MerzJ. L. Merz517 W. Main
57635763View Page19010330Saturday, March 30th, 1901Nellie McaulayNellie Mcaulay728 S. Elm
57675767View Page19010408Monday, April 8th, 1901Helen CleavelandHelen Cleaveland812 E. Jackson
57685768View Page19010408Monday, April 8th, 1901Maybelle GoodlanderMaybelle Goodlander122 1/2 E. Main Str.
57695769View Page19010411Thursday, April 11th, 1901Carl B CramptonCarl B CramptonCor. Howard + Mound
57705770View Page19010411Thursday, April 11th, 1901Walter H. SissonWalter H. Sisson614 E. Jackson
57775777View Page19010426Friday, April 26th, 1901Della SmeltzerDella Smeltzer208 E. Chas
57805780View Page19010426Friday, April 26th, 1901Mrs. H. C.R. WallMrs. H. C.R. Wall220 S Jefferson
57825782View Page19010504Saturday, May 4th, 1901John IngramJohn Ingram2003 S. Jefferson
57845784View Page19010509Thursday, May 9th, 1901Marguerite BartonMarguerite Barton311 S. Cherry
57855785View Page19010511Saturday, May 11th, 1901Mrs. J. C. AbbottMrs. J. C. Abbott105 Wheeling Ave
57885788View Page19010518Saturday, May 18th, 1901Lula E.M. LangdonLula E.M. Langdon109 W. 8th
57895789View Page19010518Saturday, May 18th, 1901Rolla RiggRolla Rigg509 S. Monroe
57905790View Page19010521Tuesday, May 21st, 1901Lizzie RoyLizzie Roy514 S. Hackley
57945794View Page19010529Wednesday, May 29th, 1901Florence WillistonFlorence Williston422 N. Jefferson
57985798View Page19010603Monday, June 3rd, 1901Lina McGinnisLina McGinnis424 E - Gilbert St
58005800View Page19010607Friday, June 7th, 1901Robert HaylerRobert Hayler320 N - Vine
58075807View Page19010624Monday, June 24th, 1901May HandleyMay Handley215 W. 7th St
58095809View Page19010629Saturday, June 29th, 1901Carl BilbyCarl Bilby1229 E. 8th
58795879View Page19011001Tuesday, October 1st, 1901Lee StewartLee Stewart717 North Elm
58835883View Page19011007Monday, October 7th, 1901Mrs. May SawyerMrs. May Sawyer1002 S Monroe
58875887View Page19011009Wednesday, October 9th, 1901Mrs. J. C. DroyerMrs. J. C. Droyer309 N Plum
58885888View Page19011009Wednesday, October 9th, 1901Mrs. Orva EmersonMrs. Orva Emerson705 N Jefferson
58905890View Page19011009Wednesday, October 9th, 1901Lowell CoatsLowell Coats205 West 8 St
58925892View Page19011010Thursday, October 10th, 1901Lawrence WeaverLawrence Weaver722 S Elm St
58935893View Page19011011Friday, October 11th, 1901Mrs. Jennie BrookerMrs. Jennie Brooker415 W Adams St
58965896View Page19011012Saturday, October 12th, 1901James BoyceJames Boyce608 E Jackson
58975897View Page19011012Saturday, October 12th, 1901Miss. Mattie RobinsonMiss. Mattie Robinson223 E Jackson
58985898View Page19011012Saturday, October 12th, 1901Miss. Clare E JohnsonMiss. Clare E Johnson#202 Almeda Ave
59005900View Page19011014Monday, October 14th, 1901Mrs. C. M. CarterMrs. C. M. Carter411 S Jefferson
59085908View Page19011015Tuesday, October 15th, 1901Mabel ChildsMabel Childs826 W Main
59095909View Page19011015Tuesday, October 15th, 1901Elizabeth W HerbertElizabeth W Herbert415 W Sixth
59105910View Page19011016Wednesday, October 16th, 1901Herbert ClarkHerbert Clark415 S Elm
59115911View Page19011016Wednesday, October 16th, 1901Henry HackettHenry Hackett911 S Grant
59135913View Page19011019Saturday, October 19th, 1901Winfred WeaverWinfred Weaver1420 W 8th
59155915View Page19011019Saturday, October 19th, 1901Hugh MillerHugh Miller1206 S Plum
59185918View Page19011023Wednesday, October 23rd, 1901Mrs. Fannie WilberMrs. Fannie Wilber1801 S Elm
59205920View Page19011025Friday, October 25th, 1901Margaret McBreenMargaret McBreen816 W Adams
59215921View Page19011025Friday, October 25th, 1901Earl GaumerEarl Gaumer518 W Main
59235923View Page19011026Saturday, October 26th, 1901D. K. HayerD. K. Hayer703 N Elm
59265926View Page19011030Wednesday, October 30th, 1901Miss. Clara SmithMiss. Clara Smith219 E 8
14201420View Page18800611Friday, June 11th, 1880M J RoseM J RoseEast Adams St
14471447View Page18800807Saturday, August 7th, 1880Lizzie HainesLizzie Haines303 East Charles
15781578View Page18810117Monday, January 17th, 1881C R FlemmingC R FlemmingEast Jackson
16211621View Page18810202Wednesday, February 2nd, 1881M M BradyM M Brady170 E Wash St
17141714View Page18810215Tuesday, February 15th, 1881Hallie HighlandsHallie HighlandsJackson St
17661766View Page18810326Saturday, March 26th, 1881Lula AndrewsLula AndrewsEast Washington
18981898View Page18820311Saturday, March 11th, 1882A N ShuttleworthA N ShuttleworthEast Washington
19011901View Page18820313Monday, March 13th, 1882Edna StreeterEdna StreeterWest Washington
19641964View Page18821018Wednesday, October 18th, 1882Willie WatsonWillie WatsonMadison & Chas
20872087View Page18831020Saturday, October 20th, 1883W R SnyderW R SnyderMadison St
59275927View Page19011101Friday, November 1st, 1901John CareyJohn Carey510 Elliott
59305930View Page19011101Friday, November 1st, 1901Harry McDanielHarry McDaniel400 Suttere St
59315931View Page19011101Friday, November 1st, 1901Mrs. J. J. ConklingMrs. J. J. Conkling1314 E Main
59325932View Page19011102Saturday, November 2nd, 1901Mrs. C. W. MartinMrs. C. W. Martin507 S Proud
59335933View Page19011102Saturday, November 2nd, 1901Mrs. Chas E DualMrs. Chas E Dual114 S Madison
59365936View Page19011104Monday, November 4th, 1901Mrs. H. H. KetchamMrs. H. H. Ketcham327 E Jackson
59385938View Page19011106Wednesday, November 6th, 1901Mrs. V. H. PratherMrs. V. H. Prather608 E Wash St
59395939View Page19011107Thursday, November 7th, 1901Roscoe SmithRoscoe Smith514 W Main St
59415941View Page19011108Friday, November 8th, 1901Roy TylerRoy Tyler1005 E Adams
59425942View Page19011109Saturday, November 9th, 1901John ConnorsJohn Connors327 E Jackson
59455945View Page19011111Monday, November 11th, 1901Harry McCulloughHarry McCullough405 North Plum St
59535953View Page19011116Saturday, November 16th, 1901Susan BotkinSusan Botkin408 S Mulbery
59565956View Page19011118Monday, November 18th, 1901Mrs. Jas. ReileyMrs. Jas. Reiley724 E Washington
59575957View Page19011118Monday, November 18th, 1901Frank ReeseFrank Reese510 W Adam
59595959View Page19011119Tuesday, November 19th, 1901Edgar DriscollEdgar Driscoll425 W Main
59615961View Page19011122Friday, November 22nd, 1901Hardin R. GlascockHardin R. Glascock515 S Liberty
59635963View Page19011122Friday, November 22nd, 1901Mrs. J. H. FentonMrs. J. H. Fenton225 Wysor St
59645964View Page19011127Wednesday, November 27th, 1901Miss. PuckettMiss. Puckett118 W Franklin
59655965View Page19011129Friday, November 29th, 1901Mrs. Lon McNeelyMrs. Lon McNeely108 No. Monroe St
59665966View Page19011129Friday, November 29th, 1901Maude CrawfordMaude Crawford112 W 8th St
59715971View Page19011205Thursday, December 5th, 1901Louis HargravesLouis Hargraves720 E 8th
59745974View Page19011207Saturday, December 7th, 1901Josephine LongJosephine Long319 W Main
59775977View Page19011221Saturday, December 21st, 1901Mrs. Cora RetherfordMrs. Cora Retherford409 E Jackson
59795979View Page19011228Saturday, December 28th, 1901Lydia LaRueLydia LaRue703 N Mulberry
59825982View Page19011231Tuesday, December 31st, 1901Anna GingAnna GingJefferson
60906090View Page19020401Tuesday, April 1st, 1902Ray AbbottRay Abbott1319 W. 8. St.
60156015View Page19020121Tuesday, January 21st, 1902Worth BaldwinWorth Baldwin202. E. Washington
61716171View Page19020712Saturday, July 12th, 1902Chas. BeckettChas. Beckett824 D St. Whitely
61026102View Page19020415Tuesday, April 15th, 1902Mrs. Anna BenhamMrs. Anna Benham612. S. Elm
61646164View Page19020708Tuesday, July 8th, 1902Robert BestRobert Best415. W. Howard
62576257View Page19021017Friday, October 17th, 1902Mrs. C R BrownMrs. C R Brown408 W. Main St
62636263View Page19021018Saturday, October 18th, 1902Howard BrounHoward Broun118 Wysor St.
60596059View Page19020301Saturday, March 1st, 1902Roy CampbellRoy Campbell417 Reeves St.
60006000View Page19020109Thursday, January 9th, 1902Kate CareyKate Carey622. W. Adams
60826082View Page19020324Monday, March 24th, 1902W. C. CliffordW. C. Clifford1821 S Sampson
60446044View Page19020215Saturday, February 15th, 1902Raymond ConwayRaymond Conway1007 E Kirby
60966096View Page19020405Saturday, April 5th, 1902Mrs. R. H. CorseMrs. R. H. Corse1417. E. Gilbert
60726072View Page19020317Monday, March 17th, 1902J. C. CrabillJ. C. Crabill119 1/2 W. Adams
62206220View Page19020915Monday, September 15th, 1902D. H. CreekD. H. Creek329 W 9 st
60646064View Page19020306Thursday, March 6th, 1902H L DavisH L Davis709 W Howa
61706170View Page19020712Saturday, July 12th, 1902Mrs. Katharine DeaconMrs. Katharine Deacon803 W. Adams st.
61356135View Page19020607Saturday, June 7th, 1902Miss. Florance DickasonMiss. Florance Dickason118 E. Adams
62436243View Page19021007Tuesday, October 7th, 1902Harriet DodsonHarriet Dodson626 Berlin
61076107View Page19020429Tuesday, April 29th, 1902O M EichelO M Eichel220 E. Main St.
60796079View Page19020322Saturday, March 22nd, 1902A. J. FraizerA. J. Fraizer1415 S. Walnut
62386238View Page19021004Saturday, October 4th, 1902John S GatesJohn S Gates210 Wysor St
59985998View Page19020109Thursday, January 9th, 1902Mrs. J A GuthrieMrs. J A Guthrie110 S Vine St
60616061View Page19020305Wednesday, March 5th, 1902Eddie HanleyEddie Hanley821 E. Jackson
60876087View Page19020401Tuesday, April 1st, 1902Mrs. Alice HannaMrs. Alice Hanna500 W. Main St.
60426042View Page19020214Friday, February 14th, 1902Elizabeth HelmElizabeth Helm669 E. Main St.
61446144View Page19020616Monday, June 16th, 1902Sophia HippleSophia Hipple1230 W 10th st
62716271View Page19021025Saturday, October 25th, 1902L. L. HodgeL. L. Hodge423 Reeves St
62286228View Page19020924Wednesday, September 24th, 1902Clarence HutchinsonClarence Hutchinson808 W.
61616161View Page19020701Tuesday, July 1st, 1902Lester JanneyLester Janney526 W. Jefferson ST.
62046204View Page19020815Friday, August 15th, 1902A. W. KernA. W. Kern2920 S Jeff. St.
62146214View Page19020908Monday, September 8th, 1902Harry LokeyHarry Lokey409 W. Main
60586058View Page19020301Saturday, March 1st, 1902Leo LongLeo Long319 W. Maine
61186118View Page19020512Monday, May 12th, 1902John Edwin MarshJohn Edwin Marsh222 E. Adams
60336033View Page19020203Monday, February 3rd, 1902Ruth MarshallRuth MarshallBlountsvill Ind.
59835983View Page19020102Thursday, January 2nd, 1902Clarence McCreeryClarence McCreery620 W. Powers
60576057View Page19020301Saturday, March 1st, 1902Anita McDhermyAnita McDhermy405 Jarrett Riverside
60566056View Page19020228Friday, February 28th, 1902Wm McDhermyWm McDhermy405 Jarrett Riverside
62126212View Page19020906Saturday, September 6th, 1902Arthur McWhorterArthur McWhorter414 Riverside Ave.
61596159View Page19020701Tuesday, July 1st, 1902Mary MooreMary Moore311 Wheeling Ave
60436043View Page19020214Friday, February 14th, 1902W H NationW H Nation217 S. Liberty
62326232View Page19020929Monday, September 29th, 1902Mrs. Herbert PearsonMrs. Herbert Pearson1715 Macedonia
62036203View Page19020815Friday, August 15th, 1902Mrs. Dr PielemeierMrs. Dr Pielemeier612 W. Adams ST.
62266226View Page19020915Monday, September 15th, 1902Mrs. Fannie RichardsMrs. Fannie Richards1725 S. Madison
61476147View Page19020618Wednesday, June 18th, 1902Ida RoushIda Roush515 E. Washington
60166016View Page19020123Thursday, January 23rd, 1902Wm H SchmidWm H Schmid2207. S Walnut
61086108View Page19020429Tuesday, April 29th, 1902Clifton StewartClifton Stewart826. E. Kirby Ave
60496049View Page19020220Thursday, February 20th, 1902Herbert Van MatreHerbert Van Matre2 M West Jackson st Pike
59855985View Page19020102Thursday, January 2nd, 1902J. H. WhiteJ. H. White118 S. Grant
61756175View Page19020716Wednesday, July 16th, 1902Clyde WilsonClyde WilsonA St. Whitely
60036003View Page19020109Thursday, January 9th, 1902Norman W. WintersNorman W. Winters535 Gharkey St
60226022View Page19020125Saturday, January 25th, 1902Harvey YaryanHarvey Yaryan537 Grant
21802180View Page18840321Friday, March 21st, 1884Edith E KirbyEdith E KirbyEast Jackson
22642264View Page18850223Monday, February 23rd, 1885Gertrude BeallGertrude BeallEast Main
22462246View Page18850106Tuesday, January 6th, 1885Nannie BlossNannie BlossWest Washington
22782278View Page18850515Friday, May 15th, 1885Howard CoffeenHoward CoffeenEast Main St.
23232323View Page18851029Thursday, October 29th, 1885Frank GassFrank GassEast Main
23882388View Page18861106Saturday, November 6th, 1886Fred PutnamFred PutnamJackson & Mulberry
23782378View Page18860807Saturday, August 7th, 1886Flora RussillFlora RussillEast Adams st
23992399View Page18870128Friday, January 28th, 1887Arthur B. CassadyArthur B. CassadyWest Washington st
24352435View Page18871015Saturday, October 15th, 1887Tena GreelyTena GreelyCherry and Maine
24492449View Page18880117Tuesday, January 17th, 1888A. R. MedlingA. R. MedlingEast Jackson
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49384938View Page18981231Saturday, December 31st, 1898Wm HartmanWm Hartman215 S Vine
47364736View Page18980613Monday, June 13th, 1898Austin KerinAustin Kerin1523 East Main st
29682968View Page18920130Saturday, January 30th, 1892Pearl MartinPearl Martin325 W. Gilbert
50735073View Page18990501Monday, May 1st, 1899Mrs. J. P. BrownMrs. J. P. Brown812 E. Jackson
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18911113Friday, November 13th, 1891View Page00702702The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.George Darracott001414W. J. RileyW. J. Rileythis transaction crossed out
18911120Friday, November 20th, 1891View Page00702702The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Margaret Metts28592859Margaret MettsMargaret Metts
18911214Monday, December 14th, 1891View Page00903903Horse Shoe Robinson: a tale of the Tory ascendency.Horse Shoe Robinson: a tale of the Tory ascendency.Mamie Hinkle28392839Mamie HinkleMamie Hinkle
18920112Tuesday, January 12th, 1892View Page00903903Horse Shoe Robinson: a tale of the Tory ascendency.Horse Shoe Robinson: a tale of the Tory ascendency.Herbert Johnston29502950Herbert JohnstonHerbert Johnston
18920125Monday, January 25th, 1892View Page00903903Horse Shoe Robinson: a tale of the Tory ascendency.Horse Shoe Robinson: a tale of the Tory ascendency.Chas W. Lynn0978978Charles LynnCharles Lynn
18920201Monday, February 1st, 1892View Page00903903Horse Shoe Robinson: a tale of the Tory ascendency.Horse Shoe Robinson: a tale of the Tory ascendency.Max Bishop28802880Max BishopMax Bishop
18920223Tuesday, February 23rd, 1892View Page00903903Horse Shoe Robinson: a tale of the Tory ascendency.Horse Shoe Robinson: a tale of the Tory ascendency.Mr T H Johnson28502850Theo. H. JohnsonTheo. H. Johnson
18920314Monday, March 14th, 1892View Page00702702The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Mrs C.E. Crandall28962896Mrs. C. E. CronewellMrs. C. E. Cronewell
18920423Saturday, April 23rd, 1892View Page00702702The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Omer Mitchell24522452Omer MitchellOmer Mitchell
18920430Saturday, April 30th, 1892View Page00903903Horse Shoe Robinson: a tale of the Tory ascendency.Horse Shoe Robinson: a tale of the Tory ascendency.Carrie Burt0102102Carrie AndrewsCarrie Andrews
18950129Tuesday, January 29th, 1895View Page00702702The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Charlie K. Mitchell46654665Charles K. MitchellCharles K. Mitchell
18950313Wednesday, March 13th, 1895View Page00903903Horse Shoe Robinson: a tale of the Tory ascendency.Horse Shoe Robinson: a tale of the Tory ascendency.Mr. Fred Putnam23882388Fred PutnamFred Putnam
18950413Saturday, April 13th, 1895View Page00702702The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Saml Higgitt43724372Samuel HiggittSamuel Higgitt
18950518Saturday, May 18th, 1895View Page00702702The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Frank Haines40784078Frank HainesFrank Haines
18960110Friday, January 10th, 1896View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.John McMillen25342534Allie L. McMillanAllie L. McMillan
18960116Thursday, January 16th, 1896View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Robert Hemingray25332533Mark CarvelMark Carvel
18960118Saturday, January 18th, 1896View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Ray Palmer45344534Roy PalmerRoy Palmer
18960224Monday, February 24th, 1896View Page00702702The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Karl Sample31303130Karl G. SampleKarl G. Sample
18960406Monday, April 6th, 1896View Page00702702The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Frank S Marts33933393Frank S MartsFrank S Marts
18960427Monday, April 27th, 1896View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Mrs A S Templer33813381Addison TemplerAddison Templer
18960429Wednesday, April 29th, 1896View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Mrs E. Williams44964496Mrs. E WilliamsMrs. E Williams
18960721Tuesday, July 21st, 1896View Page00702702The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Norwood Cames18011801Ida BrownIda Brownpatron ID of Ida Brown
18960808Saturday, August 8th, 1896View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Elizabeth Gable46334633Elizabeth GableElizabeth Gable
18960924Thursday, September 24th, 1896View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Louise Taylor29012901Louise TaylorLouise Taylor
18961008Thursday, October 8th, 1896View Page00702702The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Louise Taylor29012901Louise TaylorLouise Taylor
18961031Saturday, October 31st, 1896View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Claude Smith36713671J. P. BrownJ. P. Brown
18961107Saturday, November 7th, 1896View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Herschel Greer40614061Herschel GreerHerschel Greer
18961111Wednesday, November 11th, 1896View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Max Bishop28802880Max BishopMax Bishop
18961113Friday, November 13th, 1896View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Charlie Jump44054405Charles JumpCharles Jump
18961120Friday, November 20th, 1896View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Nannie Bloss22462246Nannie BlossNannie Bloss
18961121Saturday, November 21st, 1896View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Earl Nutting27832783Earl NuttingEarl Nutting
18961202Wednesday, December 2nd, 1896View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Louis Bloom29702970Louis BloomLouis Bloom
18961203Thursday, December 3rd, 1896View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Harry Orr40474047Harry OrrHarry Orr
18961228Monday, December 28th, 1896View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Frank Morgan44544454Frank MorganFrank Morgan
18970111Monday, January 11th, 1897View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Roscoe Koener24712471Louisa KoernerLouisa Koerner
18970121Thursday, January 21st, 1897View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Mrs. GC Hilt33073307G. C. HillG. C. Hill
18970125Monday, January 25th, 1897View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.James Turpler40144014E. R. TemplerE. R. Templer
18970127Wednesday, January 27th, 1897View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Edna Harrey35753575Edna HarveyEdna Harvey
18970130Saturday, January 30th, 1897View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Geo. W. Richardson36013601G. W. Richardson Jr.G. W. Richardson Jr.
18970204Thursday, February 4th, 1897View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...J A Harvey36343634J. A. HarveyJ. A. Harvey"62" written after patron name.
18970205Friday, February 5th, 1897View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Fred Preston34063406Fred PrestonFred Preston
18970213Saturday, February 13th, 1897View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Mrs. Lucy Larimore40404040Mrs. Thos. LarimoreMrs. Thos. Larimorefixed borrower's name (orig. "Lorman")
18970219Friday, February 19th, 1897View Page1014810148The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Geo W. Richardson Jr.36013601G. W. Richardson Jr.G. W. Richardson Jr.
18970220Saturday, February 20th, 1897View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Chester Evans29222922Ray WadeRay Wade
18970225Thursday, February 25th, 1897View Page1014810148The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Mrs. Frank Everett0175175Frank EverettFrank Everett
18970305Friday, March 5th, 1897View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Lillian Mitchell36123612Lillian MitchellLillian Mitchell
18970306Saturday, March 6th, 1897View Page1014810148The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Chester Evans29222922Ray WadeRay Wade
18970329Monday, March 29th, 1897View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Mrs. CH Church30373037Mrs. C. H. ChurchMrs. C. H. Church
18970330Tuesday, March 30th, 1897View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Mrs. Jas Ross31163116Mrs. Jas. RossMrs. Jas. Ross
18970420Tuesday, April 20th, 1897View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Rose B. Stewart0310310Rose BuddRose Budd
18970531Monday, May 31st, 1897View Page1014810148The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Guy Tweedy33083308Guy TweedyGuy Tweedy
18970701Thursday, July 1st, 1897View Page1014810148The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Claude Smith32713271Claud SmithClaud Smith
18970715Thursday, July 15th, 1897View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Mrs A J Williams42034203Mrs. A. J. WilliamsMrs. A. J. Williams
18970719Monday, July 19th, 1897View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Mrs Flora Foreman31573157Flora FoormanFlora Foorman
18970806Friday, August 6th, 1897View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Clifford Langdon32133213Clifford LangdonClifford Langdon
18970814Saturday, August 14th, 1897View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Bessie Hine45424542Bessie HinesBessie HinesPatron ID of John Bowers//fixed patron number (orig. 4543)
18970821Saturday, August 21st, 1897View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Hazel Budd35063506J. O. WeaverJ. O. WeaverPatron ID of J.O. Weaver
18970827Friday, August 27th, 1897View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Mable Reid35123512Mabel RiegleMabel Riegle
18970831Tuesday, August 31st, 1897View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Guy Sutton33203320Guy SuttonGuy Sutton
18970904Saturday, September 4th, 1897View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Sarah Wysor34633463Sara WysorSara Wysor
18970907Tuesday, September 7th, 1897View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Rebekah Denslow34753475Rebekah DenslowRebekah Denslow
18970909Thursday, September 9th, 1897View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Mrs. Min. Orr0173173Mrs. Minnie L. OrrMrs. Minnie L. Orr
18970920Monday, September 20th, 1897View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Mable Reigle35123512Mabel RiegleMabel Riegle
18970924Friday, September 24th, 1897View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Mary Wysor37633763Mary WysorMary Wysor
18971002Saturday, October 2nd, 1897View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Ms. Edna Keller37013701Edna L. KellerEdna L. Keller
18971016Saturday, October 16th, 1897View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Dr G R Green24452445Eugene NeffEugene NeffPatron ID of Eugene Neff
18971023Saturday, October 23rd, 1897View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Garfield OlinPatron ID partially illegible: 45??
18971025Monday, October 25th, 1897View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Blanche Winters31943194Blanche WintersBlanche Winters
18971030Saturday, October 30th, 1897View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Nellie Perkins46104610Nellie PerkinsNellie Perkins
18971030Saturday, October 30th, 1897View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Mary B Craig33863386Mary CraigMary Craig
18971102Tuesday, November 2nd, 1897View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Ms. Dr Green40434043Mrs. Dr. GreenMrs. Dr. Green
18971103Wednesday, November 3rd, 1897View Page00903903Horse Shoe Robinson: a tale of the Tory ascendency.Horse Shoe Robinson: a tale of the Tory ascendency.A N Shuttleworth18981898A N ShuttleworthA N Shuttleworth
18971112Friday, November 12th, 1897View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Ms E. W. Bishop18381838Elsie BishopElsie Bishop
18971113Saturday, November 13th, 1897View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Lizzie Long0289289Lizzie LongLizzie Long
18971116Tuesday, November 16th, 1897View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Roy Palmer45344534Roy PalmerRoy Palmer
18971116Tuesday, November 16th, 1897View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.George Winton46174617Geo. W. WintonGeo. W. Winton
18971120Saturday, November 20th, 1897View Page1014810148The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Harry White46374637Harry WhiteHarry White
18971123Tuesday, November 23rd, 1897View Page00702702The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Earl Pacey43294329Earl PaceyEarl Pacey
18971126Friday, November 26th, 1897View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.J. A. Buck43514351J. A. BuckJ. A. Buckfixed borrower's name (orig. Buick)
18971127Saturday, November 27th, 1897View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Jamie Templar40144014E. R. TemplerE. R. Templer
18971129Monday, November 29th, 1897View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Ernest Davis37083708Estella ClarkEstella ClarkParon ID of Estella Clark
18971129Monday, November 29th, 1897View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Roy Palmer45344534Roy PalmerRoy Palmer"16 - Q[...]" marked next to patron's name
18971130Tuesday, November 30th, 1897View Page1014810148The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Nellie Lacey25792579Fredie LaceyFredie Lacey
18971130Tuesday, November 30th, 1897View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Louis Bloom29702970Louis BloomLouis Bloom
18971201Wednesday, December 1st, 1897View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.A. R. Madling24492449A. R. MedlingA. R. Medling
18971203Friday, December 3rd, 1897View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Earl Williams32003200Earl WilliamsEarl Williams
18971207Tuesday, December 7th, 1897View Page00702702The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Earl Pacey43294329Earl PaceyEarl Pacey
18971216Thursday, December 16th, 1897View Page1014810148The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Nellie Lacey25792579Fredie LaceyFredie Lacey
18971221Tuesday, December 21st, 1897View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Loys Saxon33403340Loys SaxonLoys Saxon
18971228Tuesday, December 28th, 1897View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.R. W. Monroe12171217R. W. MonroeR. W. Monroe
18980111Tuesday, January 11th, 1898View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Lizzie Long0289289Lizzie LongLizzie LongOriginal transaction lists patron # as 2890, but this was likely an error and has been changed to reflect Lizzie Long's actual patron # 289.
18980115Saturday, January 15th, 1898View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Herbert DuBois36583658Herbert DuBoisHerbert DuBois
18980120Thursday, January 20th, 1898View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Janet Turner38503850Janett TurnerJanett TurnerNumber 61 marked next to patron's name
18980207Monday, February 7th, 1898View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Ralph Winters45134513Ralph WintersRalph Wintersfixed patron number (orig. 4313)
18980214Monday, February 14th, 1898View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Mrs. Mary Neal31153115Mrs. Mary NealMrs. Mary Neal
18980219Saturday, February 19th, 1898View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Harry White46374637Harry WhiteHarry White
18980225Friday, February 25th, 1898View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Loys Saxon33403340Loys SaxonLoys Saxon
18980226Saturday, February 26th, 1898View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Reba Richey32233223Reba RicheyReba Richey
18980301Tuesday, March 1st, 1898View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Ernest Naftzger37193719Ernest NaftzgerErnest Naftzger
18980308Tuesday, March 8th, 1898View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Mary B Craig33863386Mary CraigMary Craig
18980314Monday, March 14th, 1898View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Ruth Winters33893389Ruth WintersRuth Winters
18980326Saturday, March 26th, 1898View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Hattie Karn38423842Hattie KarnHattie Karn
18980330Wednesday, March 30th, 1898View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Lizzie Vanstrein37973797Lizzie VanstrienLizzie Vanstrien
18980331Thursday, March 31st, 1898View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Margaret Olcott37913791Margaret OlcottMargaret Olcott
18980331Thursday, March 31st, 1898View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Mrs Dora Mitchell42424242Mrs. Dora MitchellMrs. Dora Mitchell
18980402Saturday, April 2nd, 1898View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Harry White46374637Harry WhiteHarry White
18980408Friday, April 8th, 1898View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Elizabeth Scott38433843Elizabeth ScottElizabeth Scott
18980420Wednesday, April 20th, 1898View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Mamie Postma38743874Mamie H PostmaMamie H Postma
18980423Saturday, April 23rd, 1898View Page1014810148The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Mrs Flora Foorman31573157Flora FoormanFlora Foorman
18980430Saturday, April 30th, 1898View Page00702702The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Leroy Weaver36433643Leroy WeaverLeroy Weaver
18980504Wednesday, May 4th, 1898View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Mrs Mary Hopping15791579Mary A. HoppingMary A. Hopping
18980505Thursday, May 5th, 1898View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Edwin Unks31903190Geneva UnksGeneva Unks
18980505Thursday, May 5th, 1898View Page1014810148The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Laura McGee37983798Laura McGeeLaura McGee
18980513Friday, May 13th, 1898View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Prof T H Johnson28502850Theo. H. JohnsonTheo. H. Johnson
18980519Thursday, May 19th, 1898View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Wallace Ballard32823282W BallardW Ballard
18980601Wednesday, June 1st, 1898View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Mrs Edna Keller37013701Edna L. KellerEdna L. Keller
18980603Friday, June 3rd, 1898View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Margaret Rose14201420M J RoseM J Rose
18980609Thursday, June 9th, 1898View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Mrs C H Church30373037Mrs. C. H. ChurchMrs. C. H. Church
18980615Wednesday, June 15th, 1898View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.George Louick0132132Mary C. KlineMary C. Kline
18980623Thursday, June 23rd, 1898View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Elsie Hadley39633963Elsie HadleyElsie Hadley
18980630Thursday, June 30th, 1898View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Mrs. Ray Hartt33183318Mada HurttMada Hurtt
18980705Tuesday, July 5th, 1898View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Leroy Weaver36423642James MathewJames Mathew
18980709Saturday, July 9th, 1898View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.James E. Durham37673767J. E. DurhamJ. E. Durham
18980808Monday, August 8th, 1898View Page1014810148The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Harry Ault34873487Harry AultHarry Ault
18980815Monday, August 15th, 1898View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Mable Stewert33733373Mabel StewartMabel Stewart
18980825Thursday, August 25th, 1898View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Addie Pershing47584758Addie PershingAddie Pershingfixed patron number (orig. 4757)
18980905Monday, September 5th, 1898View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Cecil Jones47474747Cecil JonesCecil Jonesborrower's last name indicated by ditto marks
18980915Thursday, September 15th, 1898View Page00702702The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Harry Weed33193319Henry WeedHenry Weed
18980920Tuesday, September 20th, 1898View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Guy Tweedy33083308Guy TweedyGuy Tweedy
18981022Saturday, October 22nd, 1898View Page1014810148The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.George Gowdy48354835Geo. D. GowdyGeo. D. Gowdy
18981112Saturday, November 12th, 1898View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Leroy Weaver36433643Leroy WeaverLeroy Weaver
18981112Saturday, November 12th, 1898View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.W.A. Brummer31613161Wm BallWm Ball
18981116Wednesday, November 16th, 1898View Page00903903Horse Shoe Robinson: a tale of the Tory ascendency.Horse Shoe Robinson: a tale of the Tory ascendency.Austin Kerin47364736Austin KerinAustin Kerin
18981118Friday, November 18th, 1898View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Mrs E. Seldomridge34253425Mrs. E. SeldomridgeMrs. E. Seldomridge
18981118Friday, November 18th, 1898View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Mrs Louise Cassady37933793M. Louise CassadyM. Louise Cassady
18981119Saturday, November 19th, 1898View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Carolyn Cohn37423742Carrie CohnCarrie Cohn
18981121Monday, November 21st, 1898View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Louis Bloom29702970Louis BloomLouis Bloom
18981123Wednesday, November 23rd, 1898View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.George Sutton31153115Mrs. Mary NealMrs. Mary Neal
18981125Friday, November 25th, 1898View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.E.L. Chalfont32183218E. L. ChalfantE. L. Chalfant
18981125Friday, November 25th, 1898View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Chas F Koontz32793279Chas F KoontzChas F Koontz
18981125Friday, November 25th, 1898View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Pearl W Smith34113411Pearl W. SmithPearl W. Smith
18981126Saturday, November 26th, 1898View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Griffith Wallace32613261Griffith WallaceGriffith Wallace
18981128Monday, November 28th, 1898View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Otto Ream39893989Otto P. ReamOtto P. Ream
18981129Tuesday, November 29th, 1898View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Claude Reasoner35563556Claude ReasonerClaude Reasoner
18981202Friday, December 2nd, 1898View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mrs Lucy Larimore40404040Mrs. Thos. LarimoreMrs. Thos. Larimore
18981203Saturday, December 3rd, 1898View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Harry Bannister47834783Harry B. BannisterHarry B. Bannister
18981203Saturday, December 3rd, 1898View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Mrs J.V. Crenshaw31783178Mrs. J. V. CrenshawMrs. J. V. Crenshaw
18981207Wednesday, December 7th, 1898View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mrs. Dr. Bower38273827Mrs. D. V. BowerMrs. D. V. Bower
18981208Thursday, December 8th, 1898View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Dr. W.G. Rice47524752W. G. RiceW. G. Rice
18981208Thursday, December 8th, 1898View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Mr John Eberly35373537Mrs. J. M. EberlyMrs. J. M. Eberly
18981209Friday, December 9th, 1898View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Mrs Martha Bayless48944894Mrs. Martha BaylessMrs. Martha Bayless
18981209Friday, December 9th, 1898View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Harry Millern38233823Iva BuckleyIva BuckleyNumber 60 written next to patron's name
18981212Monday, December 12th, 1898View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.C.W. Sample0187187C. W. SampleC. W. Sample
18981213Tuesday, December 13th, 1898View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.A.E. Willson47564756A. E. WilsonA. E. Wilson
18981214Wednesday, December 14th, 1898View Page00702702The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Nellie Derry48124812Nellie DerryNellie Derry
18981214Wednesday, December 14th, 1898View Page1014810148The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Louise Ross48204820Louise RossLouise Ross
18981215Thursday, December 15th, 1898View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Charles Gill35493549Ohle GillOhle GillPatron ID of Ohle Gill
18981217Saturday, December 17th, 1898View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Geneva Unks39143914Geneva UnksGeneva Unks
18981217Saturday, December 17th, 1898View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Clarence Perkins46444644Clarence PerkinsClarence Perkins
18981219Monday, December 19th, 1898View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Dr G R Green24452445Eugene NeffEugene Neff
18981224Saturday, December 24th, 1898View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Inez Banks30623062Inez BanksInez Banks
18981227Tuesday, December 27th, 1898View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Frank S Marts47934793Frank S MartsFrank S Marts
18981227Tuesday, December 27th, 1898View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Earl Tevebaugh30603060Earl TeverbaughEarl Teverbaugh
18981227Tuesday, December 27th, 1898View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mable Hagadorn13041304Mabel HagadornMabel Hagadorn
18981229Thursday, December 29th, 1898View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Paul Richey21962196Albert RicheyAlbert Richey
18981231Saturday, December 31st, 1898View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Nora Eades35983598Nora EadsNora Eads
18990103Tuesday, January 3rd, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Frank Hill49154915Frank HillFrank Hill
18990103Tuesday, January 3rd, 1899View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Robbie Knowlton0715715Addie KnowltonAddie Knowlton
18990107Saturday, January 7th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mable Hagadorn13041304Mabel HagadornMabel Hagadorn
18990107Saturday, January 7th, 1899View Page1014810148The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Frank Gass23232323Frank GassFrank Gass
18990107Saturday, January 7th, 1899View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Inez Banks30623062Inez BanksInez Banks
18990107Saturday, January 7th, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Mrs George M Fletcher48924892Mrs. G. M. FletcherMrs. G. M. Fletcher
18990110Tuesday, January 10th, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Olive McGath47244724Olive McGathOlive McGath
18990113Friday, January 13th, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Chester Hazer48114811Chester HazerChester Hazer
18990113Friday, January 13th, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.H. Ervin Mitchell39843984Ervin MitchellErvin Mitchell
18990113Friday, January 13th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Jami Duncan28202820Ada GilmanAda Gilman"Ada Gilman" written next to patron's name; Patron ID of Ada Gilman
18990117Tuesday, January 17th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Raymond Rahrborn48664866R. RahrbornR. Rahrborn
18990118Wednesday, January 18th, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.George LeGally35943594George LeGalleyGeorge LeGalley
18990119Thursday, January 19th, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Charles Kougel27652765Charlie Kougel Jr.Charlie Kougel Jr.
18990120Friday, January 20th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Arthur B. Cassady23992399Arthur B. CassadyArthur B. Cassady
18990121Saturday, January 21st, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Mrs Fannie Anthony48024802Mrs. Fannie AnthonyMrs. Fannie AnthonyNumber 24 written next to patron's name
18990121Saturday, January 21st, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Hasty Wilson26312631Hasty WilsonHasty Wilson
18990121Saturday, January 21st, 1899View Page1014810148The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Murray Guynn44434443Murray GuynnMurray Guynnfixed borrower's name (orig. Gwynne)
18990123Monday, January 23rd, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Jamie Templer40144014E. R. TemplerE. R. Templer
18990123Monday, January 23rd, 1899View Page1014810148The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Josie Christensen49764976Josie ChristensenJosie Christensen
18990124Tuesday, January 24th, 1899View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Mrs W.M. Marsh38543854Mrs. W. M. MarshMrs. W. M. Marsh
18990125Wednesday, January 25th, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Mrs Florence Blease33633363Florence BleaseFlorence Blease
18990126Thursday, January 26th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Mrs Wm Gill30963096Mrs. Wm. F. GillMrs. Wm. F. Gill
18990128Saturday, January 28th, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Mrs Fannie Cohn37433743Mrs. Fannie CohnMrs. Fannie Cohn
18990130Monday, January 30th, 1899View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Ethel Peterson32173217Ethel PetersonEthel Peterson
18990130Monday, January 30th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Rudolph Bloom41684168Rudolph BloomRudolph Bloom
18990201Wednesday, February 1st, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.J. Lyon Kurtz0213213G. L. KurtzG. L. Kurtz
18990204Saturday, February 4th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mrs Mary Glenn39563956Mary GlennMary Glenn
18990204Saturday, February 4th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Prof T H Johnson28502850Theo. H. JohnsonTheo. H. Johnson
18990206Monday, February 6th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Ned James48834883Mr. Ned JamesMr. Ned James
18990206Monday, February 6th, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Prof T H Johnson28502850Theo. H. JohnsonTheo. H. Johnson
18990207Tuesday, February 7th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Willie Poland37253725Willie PolandWillie Poland
18990208Wednesday, February 8th, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Dr. E.E. Polk39283928E. E. CalhE. E. Calh
18990209Thursday, February 9th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.J.W. Oxley26132613J. W. OxleyJ. W. Oxley
18990209Thursday, February 9th, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Mrs Kate Knowlton28142814Bobbie KnowltonBobbie Knowlton
18990210Friday, February 10th, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Mary Charman26192619May CharmanMay Charman
18990210Friday, February 10th, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Reuben Lloyd32213221Reuben C LoydReuben C Loyd
18990211Saturday, February 11th, 1899View Page1014810148The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Frank Host49744974Frank HostFrank Host
18990211Saturday, February 11th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Walter Moreland29432943Wattia MarchWattia March
18990213Monday, February 13th, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Hallie Hoey46854685Hallie DarnallHallie Darnall
18990213Monday, February 13th, 1899View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Ethel Peterson32173217Ethel PetersonEthel Peterson
18990216Thursday, February 16th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.D.W. Leonard39503950D LeonardD Leonard
18990217Friday, February 17th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mrs E.K. Hensohn34693469Warren H RichardsonWarren H Richardson
18990217Friday, February 17th, 1899View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Fred Long0262262Mattie WilcoxonMattie Wilcoxon
18990217Friday, February 17th, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Charlie Gill35493549Ohle GillOhle Gill
18990224Friday, February 24th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Edith Kirby21802180Edith E KirbyEdith E Kirby
18990225Saturday, February 25th, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Mrs C H Church30373037Mrs. C. H. ChurchMrs. C. H. Church
18990227Monday, February 27th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Mrs O.S. Tuttle47864786Mrs. O. S. TuttleMrs. O. S. Tuttle
18990228Tuesday, February 28th, 1899View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Charles Moore14471447Lizzie HainesLizzie Haines
18990301Wednesday, March 1st, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Louise Phinney32403240Louise PhinneyLouise Phinney
18990302Thursday, March 2nd, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Emma Wilcoxon18591859Emma WilcoxonEmma Wilcoxonfixed borrowe'rs name (orig. "Wilcoxen")
18990303Friday, March 3rd, 1899View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Tho. H. Kirby42694269Mr. T. H. KirbyMr. T. H. Kirbyfixed patron number (orig. 4262)
18990304Saturday, March 4th, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Charles Reece36893689Charles ReeceCharles Reece
18990304Saturday, March 4th, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Mable Ballard39613961Mabel F. BallardMabel F. Ballard
18990306Monday, March 6th, 1899View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Iva Buckley38233823Iva BuckleyIva Buckley
18990307Tuesday, March 7th, 1899View Page00903903Horse Shoe Robinson: a tale of the Tory ascendency.Horse Shoe Robinson: a tale of the Tory ascendency.Leonard Leslie49794979Leonard LeslieLeonard Leslie
18990308Wednesday, March 8th, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Guy Tweedy33083308Guy TweedyGuy Tweedy
18990308Wednesday, March 8th, 1899View Page1092410924The red patriot : a story of the American revolution.The red patriot : a story of the American revolution.Ralph Jackson37883788Ralph JacksonRalph Jackson
18990308Wednesday, March 8th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Volda Irwin48534853Volda IrwinVolda Irwinfixed patron number (orig. 4854)
18990310Friday, March 10th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.India Linder47794779India C. LinderIndia C. Linder
18990313Monday, March 13th, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Delbert Seldomridge24102410Delbert SeldomridgeDelbert Seldomridge
18990316Thursday, March 16th, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Guy McAllister39003900Guy McAllisterGuy McAllister
18990317Friday, March 17th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mrs J.E. Pierson39583958Mrs. J. E. PiersonMrs. J. E. Pierson
18990320Monday, March 20th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Robert Bruck47464746Robert BruckRobert Bruck
18990327Monday, March 27th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Mrs Ella Cammack12501250Mrs. E CammackMrs. E Cammack
18990327Monday, March 27th, 1899View Page1014810148The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.L.E. Williams46394639L. E. WilliamsL. E. Williams
18990328Tuesday, March 28th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Earl Williams32003200Earl WilliamsEarl Williams
18990329Wednesday, March 29th, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Pearl Hazer48394839Pearl I. HazerPearl I. Hazer
18990330Thursday, March 30th, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Jami Duncan45874587Jamie DuncanJamie Duncan
18990401Saturday, April 1st, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Louise Anthony36733673Louise AnthonyLouise Anthony
18990403Monday, April 3rd, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Horace Hagenlocher31203120Horace HagenlockerHorace Hagenlocker
18990404Tuesday, April 4th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.E.O. Ward49294929E. O. WardE. O. Ward
18990404Tuesday, April 4th, 1899View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Robt Bruck47464746Robert BruckRobert Bruck
18990412Wednesday, April 12th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Ella Carey31703170Ella CareyElla Carey
18990413Thursday, April 13th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Guy McAllister39003900Guy McAllisterGuy McAllister
18990414Friday, April 14th, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Wm Hartman49384938Wm HartmanWm Hartman
18990415Saturday, April 15th, 1899View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Mrs C.H. Church30373037Mrs. C. H. ChurchMrs. C. H. Church
18990418Tuesday, April 18th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Linnie Coffeen40254025Linnie CoffeenLinnie Coffeenfixed borrower's name (orig. "Coffen")//fixed patron number (orig. 4023)
18990424Monday, April 24th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Ed Hagadorn28182818Gertrude HagadornGertrude Hagadorn
18990425Tuesday, April 25th, 1899View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Ray Naftzger37493749Roy NaftzgerRoy Naftzger
18990426Wednesday, April 26th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.B. Eliz. Smith32353235Bertha E. SmithBertha E. Smith
18990426Wednesday, April 26th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Roy Leonard39513951R. LeonardR. Leonard
18990428Friday, April 28th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Sue S. Mong0365365Sue S. MongSue S. Mong
18990502Tuesday, May 2nd, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mrs Cora Trent26932693Cora TrentCora Trent
18990506Saturday, May 6th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Josephine Rickard33323332Josephine RickardJosephine Rickard
18990506Saturday, May 6th, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Joe McDonald38393839Earl MurtonEarl Murton
18990506Saturday, May 6th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Sarah J. Mong12671267Sarah J. MongSarah J. Mong
18990510Wednesday, May 10th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Mrs C H Church30373037Mrs. C. H. ChurchMrs. C. H. Church
18990513Saturday, May 13th, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Mrs Kate Knowlton28142814Bobbie KnowltonBobbie Knowlton
18990513Saturday, May 13th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Hallie Hoey46854685Hallie DarnallHallie Darnall
18990515Monday, May 15th, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Austin Kerin47364736Austin KerinAustin Kerin
18990518Thursday, May 18th, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Earl Williams32003200Earl WilliamsEarl Williams
18990518Thursday, May 18th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mrs Tena Greely24352435Tena GreelyTena Greely
18990519Friday, May 19th, 1899View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.A.M. Wagner41014101Ammon M. WagnerAmmon M. Wagner
18990520Saturday, May 20th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Louise Maddy29342934Louise MaddyLouise Maddy
18990524Wednesday, May 24th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Mrs. C.H. Church30373037Mrs. C. H. ChurchMrs. C. H. Church
18990525Thursday, May 25th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.E.A. Edwards45654565E. A. EdwardsE. A. Edwards
18990531Wednesday, May 31st, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Guy Tweedy33083308Guy TweedyGuy Tweedy
18990601Thursday, June 1st, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Minnie Gainor47034703Minnie GainorMinnie Gainor
18990608Thursday, June 8th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Katharine Garst48274827Katharine S. GarstKatharine S. Garst
18990608Thursday, June 8th, 1899View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Mrs H Reynolds32013201Mrs. H. ReynoldsMrs. H. Reynolds
18990610Saturday, June 10th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.J.F. Hall45474547J F HallJ F Hall
18990612Monday, June 12th, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Omer Mitchell24522452Omer MitchellOmer Mitchell
18990612Monday, June 12th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Mina Gainor47034703Minnie GainorMinnie Gainor
18990613Tuesday, June 13th, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Mary Bryant40894089Mary BryantMary Bryant
18990617Saturday, June 17th, 1899View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...E.J. Davis40294029E. J. DavisE. J. Davis
18990620Tuesday, June 20th, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Jamie Templer40144014E. R. TemplerE. R. Templer
18990621Wednesday, June 21st, 1899View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Seymour Cohn36443644Seymour CohnSeymour Cohn
18990621Wednesday, June 21st, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Mrs. John Hutsell50895089Mrs. Irene HutsellMrs. Irene Hutsell
18990622Thursday, June 22nd, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Glenn Harker50155015Glenn HarkerGlenn Harker
18990624Saturday, June 24th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.H L Kinert38763876H. L. KinertH. L. Kinert
18990626Monday, June 26th, 1899View Page1135211352Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Gertrude Foorman34683468Gertie FoormanGertie Foorman
18990628Wednesday, June 28th, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Rev H M Denslow34763476H. M. DenslowH. M. Denslow#SYSTEM ADMIN NOTE# Based on interpretation of markings on entry at top of L13 P176, could also be transaction date of 1899-06-26ΒΆ
18990630Friday, June 30th, 1899View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Donald Milligan49664966Donald MilliganDonald Milligan
18990701Saturday, July 1st, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Rose Martin49894989Rose MartinRose Martin
18990703Monday, July 3rd, 1899View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Jamie Templer40144014E. R. TemplerE. R. Templer
18990706Thursday, July 6th, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Ray Hickok44414441Mr. Ray G HickokMr. Ray G Hickok
18990707Friday, July 7th, 1899View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Glen Sumption50755075Gloria SumptionGloria Sumption
18990708Saturday, July 8th, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Herburt Horoze34943494Herbert HouzeHerbert Houze
18990708Saturday, July 8th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Margaret Scott38383838Margaret LeothMargaret Leoth
18990708Saturday, July 8th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Wysor Marsh45244524Wysor MarshWysor Marsh
18990712Wednesday, July 12th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Blanche Williams33563356Blanche WilliamsBlanche Williams
18990712Wednesday, July 12th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Mrs. May Hopping15791579Mary A. HoppingMary A. Hopping
18990717Monday, July 17th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mary Wysor37633763Mary WysorMary Wysor
18990718Tuesday, July 18th, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Jennie A Ross41734173Jimmy RossJimmy Ross
18990719Wednesday, July 19th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.John McMillen25342534Allie L. McMillanAllie L. McMillan
18990722Saturday, July 22nd, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mrs. Mary Moreland25402540May MorelandMay Moreland
18990722Saturday, July 22nd, 1899View Page1014810148The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Clarence Armstrong50745074Mrs. Clarence ArmstrongMrs. Clarence Armstrong
18990728Friday, July 28th, 1899View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Mrs. Walter Balindt45264526Ezra SurberEzra Surber
18990728Friday, July 28th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Dr. HW Winans002727H. M. WinansH. M. Winans
18990729Saturday, July 29th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Newton Peterson35783578Newton PetersonNewton Peterson
18990804Friday, August 4th, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Wysor Marsh45244524Wysor MarshWysor Marsh
18990807Monday, August 7th, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Maria Shinn40694069Mary ShinnMary Shinnfixed borrower's name (orig. Shirm)
18990811Friday, August 11th, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Loys Saxon33403340Loys SaxonLoys Saxon
18990812Saturday, August 12th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Ralph Jackson37883788Ralph JacksonRalph Jackson
18990812Saturday, August 12th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mrs. O. B. Burmister39643964Mrs. O. B. BannisterMrs. O. B. Bannister
18990821Monday, August 21st, 1899View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Mrs. Regina Johnson51035103Regina M. JohnsonRegina M. Johnson
18990821Monday, August 21st, 1899View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Bessie Hine45424542Bessie HinesBessie Hines
18990822Tuesday, August 22nd, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.John McMillen25342534Allie L. McMillanAllie L. McMillan
18990822Tuesday, August 22nd, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Paul Richey21962196Albert RicheyAlbert Richey
18990826Saturday, August 26th, 1899View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Jessie Palmer36283628Jessie PalmerJessie Palmer
18990826Saturday, August 26th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Roy Zapf51085108Ray ZapfRay Zapf
18990826Saturday, August 26th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Gertrude Foorman34683468Gertie FoormanGertie Foorman
18990830Wednesday, August 30th, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Esther Johnson45644564Esther M. JohnsonEsther M. Johnson
18990901Friday, September 1st, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Frank Burt40554055Frank E. BurtFrank E. Burtfixed patron number (orig. 4155)//fixed borrower's name (orig. Bert)
18990902Saturday, September 2nd, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Dillard Drake39593959Dillard DrakeDillard Drake
18990904Monday, September 4th, 1899View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Emma Wilcoxon18591859Emma WilcoxonEmma Wilcoxonfixed borrowe'rs name (orig. "Wilcoxen")
18990906Wednesday, September 6th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Clark Murn41034103Clark MunnClark Munnfixed patron number (orig. 4105)
18990909Saturday, September 9th, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Mrs. Burmaster39643964Mrs. O. B. BannisterMrs. O. B. Bannister
18990911Monday, September 11th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.I. B. Saxon33253325I. B. SaxonI. B. Saxon
18990913Wednesday, September 13th, 1899View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Mrs. Mary Larwick0957957Mary J. LuickMary J. Luick
18990918Monday, September 18th, 1899View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Emma Wilcoxon18591859Emma WilcoxonEmma Wilcoxonfixed borrowe'rs name (orig. "Wilcoxen")
18990920Wednesday, September 20th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Mae Price26192619May CharmanMay Charman
18990921Thursday, September 21st, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Psyche Hoover39933993Psyche HooverPsyche Hoover
18990923Saturday, September 23rd, 1899View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Mrs. E. K. Henshaw34693469Warren H RichardsonWarren H Richardson
18990923Saturday, September 23rd, 1899View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Austin Kerin47364736Austin KerinAustin Kerin
18990923Saturday, September 23rd, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Emily Meeks38953895Emily MeeksEmily Meeks
18990927Wednesday, September 27th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Lily Snyder51615161Lily SnyderLily Snyder
18990930Saturday, September 30th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Allie Emerson0367367Allie EmersonAllie Emerson
18990930Saturday, September 30th, 1899View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Alice Foulke45794579Alice E. FoulkeAlice E. Foulke
18991002Monday, October 2nd, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Warren Sample33903390Warren SampleWarren Sample
18991004Wednesday, October 4th, 1899View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Lawrence Norton50145014Lawrence NortonLawrence Norton
18991005Thursday, October 5th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Mrs. Mae E. Price26192619May CharmanMay Charman
18991006Friday, October 6th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Florence McHaughton47894789Florence McNaughtonFlorence McNaughton
18991006Friday, October 6th, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Dwight Desnlow34993499Dwight DenslowDwight Denslow"53" written after patron's name
18991012Thursday, October 12th, 1899View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.T. Hick Kirby42694269Mr. T. H. KirbyMr. T. H. Kirbyfixed patron number (orig. 4262)
18991014Saturday, October 14th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.J. F. Hall45474547J F HallJ F Hall
18991018Wednesday, October 18th, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Tom Carey50125012Tom CareyTom Carey
18991021Saturday, October 21st, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Mrs. Lola Needham28012801Lola HarringtonLola Harrington
18991023Monday, October 23rd, 1899View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Ora Coffmeen51245124Ora CoffmanOra Coffman
18991023Monday, October 23rd, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Mable Hall35563556Claude ReasonerClaude Reasoner"x" written before and after name
18991024Tuesday, October 24th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mrs. Orly31043104Mrs. J. W. OxleyMrs. J. W. Oxley
18991025Wednesday, October 25th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Lillian Bain50465046Lilian BainLilian Bain
18991026Thursday, October 26th, 1899View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Thos H. Kirby46264626Mrs. H. E. MaggsMrs. H. E. Maggs
18991028Saturday, October 28th, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Mrs. J. E. Durham26102610Mrs. J. E. DurhamMrs. J. E. Durham
18991031Tuesday, October 31st, 1899View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Virgina Vorhees50345034Virginia VoorheesVirginia Voorhees
18991101Wednesday, November 1st, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mrs. Emma Geffzien0651651Emma J. WellsEmma J. Wells
18991103Friday, November 3rd, 1899View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Mrs. Walter Ellis45444544Mrs. W H EllisMrs. W H Ellis
18991104Saturday, November 4th, 1899View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Jennie Thorpe48154815Jennie ThorpeJennie Thorpefixed patron number (orig. 4799)
18991104Saturday, November 4th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mrs. Alice Carnell52155215Mrs. Alice CarvellMrs. Alice Carvell"123" written after patron's name
18991106Monday, November 6th, 1899View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Lola Walfington39393939Lola WoolfingtonLola Woolfington
18991108Wednesday, November 8th, 1899View Page1135211352Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.John Merideth43774377Mr. J MeredithMr. J Meredithfixed patron number (orig. 4877)
18991108Wednesday, November 8th, 1899View Page00903903Horse Shoe Robinson: a tale of the Tory ascendency.Horse Shoe Robinson: a tale of the Tory ascendency.Noel Houze52165216Noel HouzeNoel Houze
18991109Thursday, November 9th, 1899View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Fred Georgia33973397Fred E. GeorgiaFred E. Georgia
18991110Friday, November 10th, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Allie Emerson0367367Allie EmersonAllie Emerson
18991111Saturday, November 11th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mrs. Ed Heffner37123712Mrs. Ed HofferMrs. Ed Hoffer
18991113Monday, November 13th, 1899View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Otto Gusick52115211Otto GunckelOtto Gunckel
18991118Saturday, November 18th, 1899View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Harry Ritter50285028Harry RitterHarry Ritter
18991118Saturday, November 18th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Mrs. Margaret Malone50295029Margaret MaloneMargaret Malone"x" on both sides of patron's name
18991121Tuesday, November 21st, 1899View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Jennie Thorpe48154815Jennie ThorpeJennie Thorpefixed patron number (orig. 4799)
18991122Wednesday, November 22nd, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Linnie Coffeen40254025Linnie CoffeenLinnie Coffeen
18991122Wednesday, November 22nd, 1899View Page1135211352Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.D R Freeman30003000D. K. FreemanD. K. Freeman
18991122Wednesday, November 22nd, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Geo M Fletcher49194919Geo. M. FletcherGeo. M. Fletcher
18991123Thursday, November 23rd, 1899View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Fred E Georgia33973397Fred E. GeorgiaFred E. Georgia
18991123Thursday, November 23rd, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.I B Saxon33253325I. B. SaxonI. B. Saxon
18991125Saturday, November 25th, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Claude Smith32713271Claud SmithClaud Smith
18991128Tuesday, November 28th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Ella Carey31703170Ella CareyElla CareyNumber 16 marked after patron's name
18991202Saturday, December 2nd, 1899View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Mrs Ed White42404240Mrs. Willie SandersMrs. Willie Sanders
18991202Saturday, December 2nd, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mrs Geo Hickok42514251Mrs. George HickokMrs. George Hickok
18991206Wednesday, December 6th, 1899View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Alice Foulke45794579Alice E. FoulkeAlice E. Foulke
18991206Wednesday, December 6th, 1899View Page1135211352Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Mable Hagadorn13041304Mabel HagadornMabel Hagadorn
18991207Thursday, December 7th, 1899View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Lotta M Tyler0711711Lotta LudlowLotta Ludlow
18991211Monday, December 11th, 1899View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Eleanor Smith48314831Eleanor L. SmithEleanor L. Smith
18991213Wednesday, December 13th, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Mrs Kate Knowlton28142814Bobbie KnowltonBobbie Knowlton
18991213Wednesday, December 13th, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Harry Turner32543254M C ThorntonM C Thornton
18991216Saturday, December 16th, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Mrs Rush R Harris52245224Mrs. R. R. HarrisMrs. R. R. HarrisNumber 56 marked after patron's name
18991216Saturday, December 16th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Mabelle Kurchman17081708Charles ScottCharles Scott
18991218Monday, December 18th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mrs Kate Knowlton28142814Bobbie KnowltonBobbie Knowlton
18991220Wednesday, December 20th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Bertha Gilliam49684968Mrs. Bertha GilliamMrs. Bertha Gilliam
18991220Wednesday, December 20th, 1899View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Mrs W H Nauman48104810Mrs. W. H. NaumanMrs. W. H. Nauman
18991221Thursday, December 21st, 1899View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Lotta M Tyler0711711Lotta LudlowLotta Ludlow
18991222Friday, December 22nd, 1899View Page1135211352Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Mrs Robt Hay48364836Mrs. Robt. HayMrs. Robt. Hay
18991223Saturday, December 23rd, 1899View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Clyde Moser52435243Willie BrannonWillie Brannon
18991229Friday, December 29th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Kate Knowlton28142814Bobbie KnowltonBobbie Knowlton
18991230Saturday, December 30th, 1899View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Clyde Moser52435243Willie BrannonWillie Brannon
18991230Saturday, December 30th, 1899View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Hasty Wilson26312631Hasty WilsonHasty Wilson
18991230Saturday, December 30th, 1899View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Ada Turner11551155Ada TurnerAda Turner
18991230Saturday, December 30th, 1899View Page1135211352Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Mrs J A Orr52685268Mrs. J. A. OrrMrs. J. A. Orr
18991230Saturday, December 30th, 1899View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Jamie Templer40144014E. R. TemplerE. R. Templer
18991230Saturday, December 30th, 1899View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Robert Burt33773377Robert BurtRobert BurtLine crossed through entry
19000102Tuesday, January 2nd, 1900View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Chas R Long49004900Charles R. LongCharles R. Long
19000103Wednesday, January 3rd, 1900View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Mrs Milton Gray48014801Mrs. Milt GrayMrs. Milt Gray
19000106Saturday, January 6th, 1900View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Mrs Kate Knowlton28142814Bobbie KnowltonBobbie Knowlton
19000108Monday, January 8th, 1900View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Robbie Knowlton0715715Addie KnowltonAddie Knowlton
19000108Monday, January 8th, 1900View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Mrs E Seldomridge34253425Mrs. E. SeldomridgeMrs. E. Seldomridge
19000108Monday, January 8th, 1900View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Prof T H Johnson28502850Theo. H. JohnsonTheo. H. Johnson
19000111Thursday, January 11th, 1900View Page1135211352Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Ethel Brady28602860Ethel BradyEthel Brady
19000112Friday, January 12th, 1900View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Leonard Leslie49794979Leonard LeslieLeonard Leslie
19000113Saturday, January 13th, 1900View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Mrs Nanie B Snyder51625162Mrs. Nannie B. SnyderMrs. Nannie B. Snyder
19000113Saturday, January 13th, 1900View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Allie Snell24082408Allie SnellAllie Snell
19000116Tuesday, January 16th, 1900View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Mrs C H Stratton52075207Annie C. StrattonAnnie C. Stratton
19000118Thursday, January 18th, 1900View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Cyrus Herron48844884Cyrus HerronCyrus Herron
19000120Saturday, January 20th, 1900View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Norwood Carnes27072707Norwood CarnesNorwood Carnes
19000120Saturday, January 20th, 1900View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Elizabeth Malone50305030Elizabeth MaloneElizabeth Malone
19000120Saturday, January 20th, 1900View Page1135211352Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Maude Smith51445144Maude M SmithMaude M Smith
19000123Tuesday, January 23rd, 1900View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.W R Snyder20872087W R SnyderW R Snyder
19000123Tuesday, January 23rd, 1900View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Mrs E Seldomridge34253425Mrs. E. SeldomridgeMrs. E. Seldomridge
19000123Tuesday, January 23rd, 1900View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Ella Carey31703170Ella CareyElla Carey
19000127Saturday, January 27th, 1900View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Mrs E E Crane33963396Marian C. CraneMarian C. CraneNumber 76 marked after patron's name
19000127Saturday, January 27th, 1900View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Mrs Rena Sleeper50805080Mrs. T. S. TredwellMrs. T. S. Tredwell
19000202Friday, February 2nd, 1900View Page1135211352Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Clarence Pearson38463846Clarence PearsonClarence Pearson
19000203Saturday, February 3rd, 1900View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Mary Lewis53375337May LewisMay Lewis
19000203Saturday, February 3rd, 1900View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.L M Hemingray43914391L. M. HemingrayL. M. Hemingray
19000203Saturday, February 3rd, 1900View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Harold Patterson51295129Harold PattersonHarold Patterson
19000205Monday, February 5th, 1900View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mrs Ida Dragoo52415241Mrs. Idah DragooMrs. Idah Dragoo
19000205Monday, February 5th, 1900View Page1146311463The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.Mrs Kate Knowlton28142814Bobbie KnowltonBobbie Knowlton
19000206Tuesday, February 6th, 1900View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.W C Denny53435343W. C. DenneyW. C. Denney
19000206Tuesday, February 6th, 1900View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Roscoe Lorentz39273927Roscoe LorentzRoscoe Lorentz
19000206Tuesday, February 6th, 1900View Page1146311463The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.Lena Turner46454645Lena TurnerLena Turner
19000208Thursday, February 8th, 1900View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Mrs Ida Dragoo52415241Mrs. Idah DragooMrs. Idah Dragoo
19000208Thursday, February 8th, 1900View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mrs Geo E Dunn52505250Mrs. G. E. Glume [?]Mrs. G. E. Glume [?]
19000209Friday, February 9th, 1900View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Mamie Postma51635163Mamie PostmaMamie Postma
19000213Tuesday, February 13th, 1900View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Helen Hickman26492649Helen HickmanHelen Hickman
19000213Tuesday, February 13th, 1900View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mrs L V Green49784978L. U. GreenL. U. Green
19000214Wednesday, February 14th, 1900View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Lottie Topp49714971Lottie ToppLottie Toppfixed patron number (orig. 4471)
19000214Wednesday, February 14th, 1900View Page1146611466For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.J R Wick30793079J. R. WickJ. R. Wick
19000216Friday, February 16th, 1900View Page1135211352Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Myrtle Shoemaker43184318Myrtie L. ShoemakerMyrtie L. Shoemaker
19000219Monday, February 19th, 1900View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Harry Tuttle51725172Harry TuttleHarry Tuttle
19000219Monday, February 19th, 1900View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Leota Larkins49304930Leota LarkinsLeota Larkins
19000220Tuesday, February 20th, 1900View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Willie Wolff52865286Willie WolffWillie WolffNumber 78 marked after patron's name
19000222Thursday, February 22nd, 1900View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Mable Nold33913391Mabel E NoldMabel E Nold
19000222Thursday, February 22nd, 1900View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Mable Perdieu52205220Mabel PerdieuMabel Perdieu
19000223Friday, February 23rd, 1900View Page095499549Independence : a story of the revolution.Independence : a story of the revolution.Austin Kerin47364736Austin KerinAustin KerinOriginal transaction lists patron # as 2736, but this was likely an error and has been changed to reflect Austin Kernin's actual patron # 4736.
19000223Friday, February 23rd, 1900View Page1146311463The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.Rex Kelley49824982Rex KelleyRex Kelley
19000224Saturday, February 24th, 1900View Page1146611466For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Chester Wardlow53155315Chester WardlowChester Wardlow
19000224Saturday, February 24th, 1900View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Inez Banks30623062Inez BanksInez Banks
19000226Monday, February 26th, 1900View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Ella Jeffers46344634Ella JeffersElla Jeffers
19000302Friday, March 2nd, 1900View Page1135211352Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Julia Fowler32423242Julia FowlerJulia Fowler
19000303Saturday, March 3rd, 1900View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Roscoe Lorentz39273927Roscoe LorentzRoscoe Lorentz
19000305Monday, March 5th, 1900View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Cora Likely32583258Cora K LikelyCora K Likely
19000306Tuesday, March 6th, 1900View Page1146611466For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Robbie Knowlton0715715Addie KnowltonAddie Knowlton
19000308Thursday, March 8th, 1900View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mrs Walter Battreall53055305Mrs. Walter BattreallMrs. Walter Battreall
19000310Saturday, March 10th, 1900View Page1146611466For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Carl Reed36983698Carl ReedCarl Reed
19000310Saturday, March 10th, 1900View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Daisy Harper52005200Daisy HarperDaisy Harper
19000313Tuesday, March 13th, 1900View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.R W Monroe12171217R. W. MonroeR. W. Monroe
19000313Tuesday, March 13th, 1900View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Mary Myers31073107Mary MyersMary Myers
19000314Wednesday, March 14th, 1900View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Hollie Frazer53445344Hollie FrazerHollie Frazer
19000315Thursday, March 15th, 1900View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Charlie Wood38343834Charles WoodCharles Wood
19000316Friday, March 16th, 1900View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mrs Hattie Hamilton34373437Harriet HamiltonHarriet Hamilton
19000316Friday, March 16th, 1900View Page1135211352Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Mary Crouse30683068May GrouseMay Grouse
19000317Saturday, March 17th, 1900View Page1146311463The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.Harry Ritter50285028Harry RitterHarry Ritter
19000319Monday, March 19th, 1900View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mrs. W.H. Nauman48104810Mrs. W. H. NaumanMrs. W. H. Nauman
19000319Monday, March 19th, 1900View Page1146611466For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Wysor Marsh45244524Wysor MarshWysor Marsh
19000320Tuesday, March 20th, 1900View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Edna Hoover45014501Edna HooverEdna Hoover
19000320Tuesday, March 20th, 1900View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Mary F. Boyer49934993Mary F BoyerMary F Boyer
19000321Wednesday, March 21st, 1900View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.H.H. Ice46184618H. H. IceH. H. Ice
19000321Wednesday, March 21st, 1900View Page1146611466For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Ed Marsh47674767Edwin MarshEdwin Marsh
19000324Saturday, March 24th, 1900View Page1146311463The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.Gary McAllister39003900Guy McAllisterGuy McAllister
19000324Saturday, March 24th, 1900View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Ralph Brown32913291Ralph BrownRalph Brown
19000327Tuesday, March 27th, 1900View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Harry Russel51045104Harvey RussellHarvey Russell
19000327Tuesday, March 27th, 1900View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Mrs. Rose Davis54125412Mrs. Rose L. DavisMrs. Rose L. Davis
19000328Wednesday, March 28th, 1900View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Roscoe Lorentz39273927Roscoe LorentzRoscoe Lorentz
19000330Friday, March 30th, 1900View Page1135211352Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Mrs. Alice Carroll52155215Mrs. Alice CarvellMrs. Alice Carvell
19000331Saturday, March 31st, 1900View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.I.B. Burnsold52825282S. B. BunsoldS. B. Bunsold
19000402Monday, April 2nd, 1900View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Karl G. Sample31303130Karl G. SampleKarl G. Sample
19000403Tuesday, April 3rd, 1900View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Nellie Lacey25792579Fredie LaceyFredie Lacey
19000403Tuesday, April 3rd, 1900View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Beulah McElfresh33363336Miss. Beulah McElfreshMiss. Beulah McElfresh
19000407Saturday, April 7th, 1900View Page1146611466For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Norwood Carnes27072707Norwood CarnesNorwood Carnes
19000410Tuesday, April 10th, 1900View Page1039610396A loyal little red-coat.A loyal little red-coat.Mrs. J.G. Thomas39243924Mrs. J. G. ThomasMrs. J. G. Thomas
19000411Wednesday, April 11th, 1900View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mable Hotel33913391Mabel E NoldMabel E Nold
19000412Thursday, April 12th, 1900View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Emma Clark52445244Eunice CloreEunice Clore
19000413Friday, April 13th, 1900View Page1135211352Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Elizabeth Malone50305030Elizabeth MaloneElizabeth Malone
19000413Friday, April 13th, 1900View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Edith Wilson48544854Edith WilsonEdith Wilson
19000417Tuesday, April 17th, 1900View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Mrs. Leo Medsker47404740Mrs. Leo MedskerMrs. Leo Medsker
19000419Thursday, April 19th, 1900View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Mrs. W.K. Hale54075407Mrs. W. V. HaleMrs. W. V. Hale
19000420Friday, April 20th, 1900View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Flora Bilby48254825Flora BilbyFlora Bilby
19000420Friday, April 20th, 1900View Page1146311463The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.Wm Hartman49384938Wm HartmanWm Hartman
19000421Saturday, April 21st, 1900View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Mrs. Mary Keller39543954May KellerMay Keller
19000424Tuesday, April 24th, 1900View Page1146311463The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.Gifford Tweedy39183918Gifford TweedyGifford Tweedy
19000424Tuesday, April 24th, 1900View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Mrs. James Brown50735073Mrs. J. P. BrownMrs. J. P. Brown
19000425Wednesday, April 25th, 1900View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Mrs. Clara Hettel47654765Clara L. HettelClara L. Hettel
19000427Friday, April 27th, 1900View Page1135211352Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Margaret Malone50295029Margaret MaloneMargaret MaloneEntry is crossed out
19000428Saturday, April 28th, 1900View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Virginia Vorhees50345034Virginia VoorheesVirginia Voorhees
19000502Wednesday, May 2nd, 1900View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Mrs. L.B. Livingston50035003Mrs. L B LivingstoneMrs. L B Livingstone
19000503Thursday, May 3rd, 1900View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Myrtle Shoemaker43184318Myrtie L. ShoemakerMyrtie L. Shoemaker
19000505Saturday, May 5th, 1900View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Louise Phinney32403240Louise PhinneyLouise Phinney
19000505Saturday, May 5th, 1900View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Josephine Gray39673967Josephine GrayJosephine Gray
19000507Monday, May 7th, 1900View Page098229822The spy ...The spy ...Ada Meeker48494849Ada MeekerAda Meeker
19000508Tuesday, May 8th, 1900View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Mrs. Kate Knowlton28142814Bobbie KnowltonBobbie Knowlton
19000508Tuesday, May 8th, 1900View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Ferdiannd Baker39733973Ferdinand BakerFerdinand Baker
19000510Thursday, May 10th, 1900View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.W.A. Brunner31613161Wm BallWm Ball
19000510Thursday, May 10th, 1900View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.James Ribble47854785James RibbleJames Ribble
19000510Thursday, May 10th, 1900View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Fay Handley54235423Fay HadleyFay Hadley
19000511Friday, May 11th, 1900View Page1135211352Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Mrs. Carroll50305030Elizabeth MaloneElizabeth Malone(E. Morton) written after patrons name
19000512Saturday, May 12th, 1900View Page1146311463The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.Howard Buck51655165Howard BeckHoward Beck
19000512Saturday, May 12th, 1900View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mrs. JR Smith53995399Mrs. J. R. SmithMrs. J. R. Smith
19000515Tuesday, May 15th, 1900View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Miss S.H. Bennett50415041S. H. BennettS. H. Bennett
19000515Tuesday, May 15th, 1900View Page1177611776Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Mary Thomas42744274Mae ThomasMae Thomas
19000518Friday, May 18th, 1900View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.RW Monroe12171217R. W. MonroeR. W. Monroe
19000518Friday, May 18th, 1900View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Pearl Buck54155415Pearl BuckPearl Buck
19000521Monday, May 21st, 1900View Page1135211352Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Maggie Carvel54425442Maggie CarvelMaggie Carvel
19000521Monday, May 21st, 1900View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Hattie Russell42864286Hattie RussellHattie Russell
19000521Monday, May 21st, 1900View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Maude Sheller44874487Maude ShellerMaude Sheller
19000522Tuesday, May 22nd, 1900View Page1177611776Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Mrs. JC Leatherman43584358Mrs. J. C. LeathermanMrs. J. C. Leatherman
19000524Thursday, May 24th, 1900View Page00702702The pilot : a tale of the sea.The pilot : a tale of the sea.Oscar Hedger53175317Oscar HedgerOscar Hedger
19000525Friday, May 25th, 1900View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mrs. Maggie Emerson35173517Mrs. Maggie EmersonMrs. Maggie Emerson
19000526Saturday, May 26th, 1900View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Mrs. E Williams44964496Mrs. E WilliamsMrs. E Williams
19000528Monday, May 28th, 1900View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Mrs. J.C. Crenshaw31783178Mrs. J. V. CrenshawMrs. J. V. Crenshaw
19000531Thursday, May 31st, 1900View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Beatrice Souders54525452Beatrice SoudersBeatrice Souders
19000601Friday, June 1st, 1900View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Evalyn Parker35323532Evelyn ParkerEvelyn Parker
19000601Friday, June 1st, 1900View Page1146311463The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.Frank Koch50905090Frank KochFrank Koch
19000601Friday, June 1st, 1900View Page1177611776Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Arlene Davis29572957George BurtGeorge Burt
19000602Saturday, June 2nd, 1900View Page1135211352Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Miss Nellie Richmire53745374Nellie RichmireNellie Richmire
19000604Monday, June 4th, 1900View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Edna Hoover45014501Edna HooverEdna Hoover
19000605Tuesday, June 5th, 1900View Page1146611466For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Clifford Loder53335333Clifford LoderClifford Loder
19000606Wednesday, June 6th, 1900View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Dillard Duke39593959Dillard DrakeDillard Drake
19000607Thursday, June 7th, 1900View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mrs. Chas Kilgore43444344Mrs. Chas. KilgoreMrs. Chas. Kilgore
19000608Friday, June 8th, 1900View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Mrs. Clara Hettel47654765Clara L. HettelClara L. Hettel
19000609Saturday, June 9th, 1900View Page1182411824Three young continentals : a story of the American revolution.Three young continentals : a story of the American revolution.Ray Leonard39513951R. LeonardR. Leonard
19000613Wednesday, June 13th, 1900View Page1135211352Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Mrs. Hattie Hamilton34373437Harriet HamiltonHarriet Hamilton
19000613Wednesday, June 13th, 1900View Page1146311463The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.Walter M. Smith46994699Walter SmithWalter Smith
19000614Thursday, June 14th, 1900View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Mrs. Mary Cooksey37383738Pearl BarnesPearl Barnes
19000615Friday, June 15th, 1900View Page1177611776Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Thos Larmore48634863Lucy LarmoreLucy Larmore
19000618Monday, June 18th, 1900View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mrs. A.M. Klein38703870Mrs. A M KleinMrs. A M Klein
19000618Monday, June 18th, 1900View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Psyche Hoover39933993Psyche HooverPsyche Hoover
19000620Wednesday, June 20th, 1900View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Mrs. Fred Klein53985398Mrs. Fred KleinMrs. Fred Klein
19000622Friday, June 22nd, 1900View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Ada Genty54715471Ada GentryAda Gentry
19000623Saturday, June 23rd, 1900View Page1182411824Three young continentals : a story of the American revolution.Three young continentals : a story of the American revolution.Charlene Reese36893689Charles ReeceCharles Reece
19000623Saturday, June 23rd, 1900View Page1135211352Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.IB Saxon33253325I. B. SaxonI. B. Saxon
19000623Saturday, June 23rd, 1900View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Linnie Coffeen40254025Linnie CoffeenLinnie Coffeen
19000623Saturday, June 23rd, 1900View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Mrs. Carrie Miller49694969Mrs. Carrie MillerMrs. Carrie Miller
19000625Monday, June 25th, 1900View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.J.E. Durham37673767J. E. DurhamJ. E. Durham
19000625Monday, June 25th, 1900View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Virginia Claypool29282928Virginia ClaypoolVirginia Claypool
19000627Wednesday, June 27th, 1900View Page1135211352Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Loys Saxon33403340Loys SaxonLoys Saxon
19000627Wednesday, June 27th, 1900View Page1146311463The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.Earl Wmson46794679Earl WilliamsonEarl Williamson
19000629Friday, June 29th, 1900View Page1186111861A Tory plot : a story of the attempt to kill General Washington in 1776.A Tory plot : a story of the attempt to kill General Washington in 1776.Wm Hartman49384938Wm HartmanWm Hartman
19000629Friday, June 29th, 1900View Page1177611776Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Ella Carey31703170Ella CareyElla Carey
19000702Monday, July 2nd, 1900View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Mrs. Edna Keller37013701Edna L. KellerEdna L. Keller
19000703Tuesday, July 3rd, 1900View Page1106511065True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.True to the old flag : a tale of the American War of Independence.Mrs. Louisa Allison53815381Ralph AllisonRalph Allison
19000705Thursday, July 5th, 1900View Page1185911859Morgan, the Jersey spy : a story of the siege of Yorktown in 1781.Morgan, the Jersey spy : a story of the siege of Yorktown in 1781.Omer Mitchell24522452Omer MitchellOmer Mitchell
19000705Thursday, July 5th, 1900View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.A.D. Maddox37703770A. D. MadduxA. D. Maddux
19000706Friday, July 6th, 1900View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Mrs. Susan Moses47954795Mrs. S. MosesMrs. S. Moses
19000707Saturday, July 7th, 1900View Page1177611776Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Robert Crandall41294129Robert CrandallRobert Crandall
19000707Saturday, July 7th, 1900View Page1186211862Corporal 'Lige's recruit : a story of Crown Point and Ticonderoga.Corporal 'Lige's recruit : a story of Crown Point and Ticonderoga.Omer Mitchell24522452Omer MitchellOmer Mitchell
19000709Monday, July 9th, 1900View Page1182411824Three young continentals : a story of the American revolution.Three young continentals : a story of the American revolution.Prof T.H. Johnson28502850Theo. H. JohnsonTheo. H. Johnson
19000709Monday, July 9th, 1900View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Ruth Prewitt54795479Ruth PrewittRuth Prewitt
19000710Tuesday, July 10th, 1900View Page1135211352Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Edgar Haymond51765176Edgar HaymondEdgar Haymond
19000710Tuesday, July 10th, 1900View Page1182411824Three young continentals : a story of the American revolution.Three young continentals : a story of the American revolution.Walter M. Smith46994699Walter SmithWalter Smith
19000716Monday, July 16th, 1900View Page1146611466For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Arthur Chambers54285428Arthur ChambersArthur Chambers
19000718Wednesday, July 18th, 1900View Page1135211352Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Deo Banta54445444Deo L. BantaDeo L. Banta
19000718Wednesday, July 18th, 1900View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.R. W. Monroe12171217R. W. MonroeR. W. Monroe
19000718Wednesday, July 18th, 1900View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Mrs. J. G. Thomas39243924Mrs. J. G. ThomasMrs. J. G. Thomas
19000721Saturday, July 21st, 1900View Page1182411824Three young continentals : a story of the American revolution.Three young continentals : a story of the American revolution.Carl Reed36983698Carl ReedCarl Reed
19000721Saturday, July 21st, 1900View Page1186111861A Tory plot : a story of the attempt to kill General Washington in 1776.A Tory plot : a story of the attempt to kill General Washington in 1776.Frank Leon53755375Frank LeonFrank Leon
19000721Saturday, July 21st, 1900View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.J. W. Kirkpatrick37353735J. W. KirkpatrickJ. W. Kirkpatrick
19000721Saturday, July 21st, 1900View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Bessie Blease52335233Bessie BleaseBessie Blease
19000721Saturday, July 21st, 1900View Page1177611776Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Mrs. Fred Crandall54675467Mrs. Fred CrandallMrs. Fred Crandall
19000721Saturday, July 21st, 1900View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Bernice Ball54645464Bernice BallBernice Ball
19000723Monday, July 23rd, 1900View Page1182411824Three young continentals : a story of the American revolution.Three young continentals : a story of the American revolution.Leonard Leslie49794979Leonard LeslieLeonard Leslie
19000723Monday, July 23rd, 1900View Page1185911859Morgan, the Jersey spy : a story of the siege of Yorktown in 1781.Morgan, the Jersey spy : a story of the siege of Yorktown in 1781.John Clancy49974997John ClancyJohn Clancy
19000726Thursday, July 26th, 1900View Page1186111861A Tory plot : a story of the attempt to kill General Washington in 1776.A Tory plot : a story of the attempt to kill General Washington in 1776.Arthur Potter47384738Arthur PotterArthur Potter
19000726Thursday, July 26th, 1900View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Prof. T. H. Johnson28502850Theo. H. JohnsonTheo. H. Johnson
19000726Thursday, July 26th, 1900View Page1135211352Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Mrs. Horace Taylor54365436Ray TurnerRay TurnerPatron ID "5436" is registered to "Ray Turner."
19000727Friday, July 27th, 1900View Page1186211862Corporal 'Lige's recruit : a story of Crown Point and Ticonderoga.Corporal 'Lige's recruit : a story of Crown Point and Ticonderoga.Louis Bloom29702970Louis BloomLouis Bloom
19000727Friday, July 27th, 1900View Page1146311463The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.Rudolph Bloom41684168Rudolph BloomRudolph Bloom
19000728Saturday, July 28th, 1900View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Hazel Sherritt39713971Hazel SherittHazel Sheritt
19000730Monday, July 30th, 1900View Page1182411824Three young continentals : a story of the American revolution.Three young continentals : a story of the American revolution.Wysor Marsh45244524Wysor MarshWysor Marsh
19000731Tuesday, July 31st, 1900View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Hattie Russell42864286Hattie RussellHattie Russell
19000731Tuesday, July 31st, 1900View Page1193611936The grip of honor : a story of Paul Jones and the American revolution.The grip of honor : a story of Paul Jones and the American revolution.Prof. T. H. Johnson28502850Theo. H. JohnsonTheo. H. Johnson
19000802Thursday, August 2nd, 1900View Page1025710257Three little daughters of the Revolution.Three little daughters of the Revolution.Mrs. Martin Meeks51285128Mrs. Martin MeeksMrs. Martin Meeks
19000802Thursday, August 2nd, 1900View Page1146311463The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.The boys of Old Monmouth : a story of Washington's campaign in New Jersey in 1778.Joseph Mahoney49454945Joseph MahoneyJoseph Mahoney
19000803Friday, August 3rd, 1900View Page1182411824Three young continentals : a story of the American revolution.Three young continentals : a story of the American revolution.Prof. T. Johnson38503850Janett TurnerJanett TurnerPatron ID "3850" is registered to "J. Turner"
19000803Friday, August 3rd, 1900View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Jas. F. Gill50765076Mrs. J. F. GillMrs. J. F. GillPatron ID "5071" is registered to "O.D. McMillin" Original transaction lists patron # as 5071, but this was likely an error and has been changed to reflect Jas. F. Gill's actual patron # 5076.
19000804Saturday, August 4th, 1900View Page1186211862Corporal 'Lige's recruit : a story of Crown Point and Ticonderoga.Corporal 'Lige's recruit : a story of Crown Point and Ticonderoga.Charles Reece36893689Charles ReeceCharles Reece
19000804Saturday, August 4th, 1900View Page1177611776Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Eddie Perdieu54945494Eddie PerdieuEddie Perdieu
19000804Saturday, August 4th, 1900View Page1146611466For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Lloyd Carver41264126Lloyd CarverLloyd Carver
19000804Saturday, August 4th, 1900View Page1108111081An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.An unwilling maid : being the history of certain episodes during the American revolution in the early life of Mistress Betty Yorke, born Wolcott.Bessie Blease52335233Bessie BleaseBessie Blease
19000804Saturday, August 4th, 1900View Page1177611776Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Robert Crandall41294129Robert CrandallRobert Crandall
19000807Tuesday, August 7th, 1900View Page1193611936The grip of honor : a story of Paul Jones and the American revolution.The grip of honor : a story of Paul Jones and the American revolution.Wysor Marsh45244524Wysor MarshWysor Marsh
19000807Tuesday, August 7th, 1900View Page1182411824Three young continentals : a story of the American revolution.Three young continentals : a story of the American revolution.Mrs. Kate Knowlton28142814Bobbie KnowltonBobbie KnowltonPatron ID "2814" is registered to "Bobbie Knowlton" Guarantor name listed as "Kate Knowlton"
19000807Tuesday, August 7th, 1900View Page1135211352Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.George Arnold37903790Geo. ArnoldGeo. Arnold
19000808Wednesday, August 8th, 1900View Page1185911859Morgan, the Jersey spy : a story of the siege of Yorktown in 1781.Morgan, the Jersey spy : a story of the siege of Yorktown in 1781.Landless Bloom45884588Landess BloomLandess Bloom
19000811Saturday, August 11th, 1900View Page1194511945The boys of '76 : a history of The battles of the revolution.The boys of '76 : a history of The battles of the revolution.Frank Leon53755375Frank LeonFrank Leon
19000811Saturday, August 11th, 1900View Page1182411824Three young continentals : a story of the American revolution.Three young continentals : a story of the American revolution.Landless Bloom45884588Landess BloomLandess Bloom
19000814Tuesday, August 14th, 1900View Page1186211862Corporal 'Lige's recruit : a story of Crown Point and Ticonderoga.Corporal 'Lige's recruit : a story of Crown Point and Ticonderoga.Loys Saxon33403340Loys SaxonLoys Saxon
19000814Tuesday, August 14th, 1900View Page1130811308Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Flora Russell23782378Flora RussillFlora Russill
19000814Tuesday, August 14th, 1900View Page1177611776Richard Carvel.Richard Carvel.Jeanette Gamble50835083Jeanette GambleJeanette Gamble
19000814Tuesday, August 14th, 1900View Page1194511945The boys of '76 : a history of The battles of the revolution.The boys of '76 : a history of The battles of the revolution.Raymond Potter50225022Raymond PotterRaymond Potter
19000815Wednesday, August 15th, 1900View Page1194511945The boys of '76 : a history of The battles of the revolution.The boys of '76 : a history of The battles of the revolution.Eddie Perdieu54945494Eddie PerdieuEddie Perdieu
19000816Thursday, August 16th, 1900View Page1092110921For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.For love of country : a story of land and sea in the days of the revolution.Bessie Hines45424542Bessie HinesBessie Hines
19000816Thursday, August 16th, 1900View Page1186211862Corporal 'Lige's recruit : a story of Crown Point and Ticonderoga.Corporal 'Lige's recruit : a story of Crown Point and Ticonderoga.Lloyd Carver41264126Lloyd CarverLloyd Carver
19000817Friday, August 17th, 1900View Page1135011350Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Janice Meredith : a story of the American revolution.Mrs. Alice Monroe47414741Mrs. Alice MonroeMrs. Alice Monroe
19000818Saturday, August 18th, 1900View Page1105811058For King or country : a story of the American revolution.For King or country : a story of the American revolution.Mrs. Bertha Gilliam49684968Mrs. Bertha GilliamMrs. Bertha Gilliam
19000818Saturday, August 18th, 1900