2 edition of The St. Louis Directory for the Years 1840-1 found in the catalog.
by J. Crutchfield Publishers
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||128|
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Bennett’s book and lectures were a financial success; for two years, his biographer notes, Bennett “had no known revenue other than the royalties from the book and his lecture fees.” (Bennett, History of the Saints, –; James Arlington Bennet to JS, 1 Sept. ; Smith, Saintly Scoundrel, ). Geo. A. Ogle & Co. "Standard Atlas of Edwards County, Illinois: Including a Plat Book of the Villages, Cities and Townships of the County, Map of the State, United States and World: Patrons Directory, Reference Business Directory and Departments Devoted to General Information, Analysis of the System of U.S. Land Surveys, Digest of the System.
Married 2. Charles Jackson Dunlap on Febru in Perry County, Illinois Died on Septem Buried in Bicket Cemetery, Sheldon, Missouri. Children of Matthew and Sarah Neill: Eliza Jane Neill -- Born about James Renwick Neill -- Janu - December 6, Brunel is listed in only two years of New York City City directories; in David Longworth's directory of (published in June ) there is an entry for "Brunel's, manufactoy, 17 Murray Street," and in Longworth's directory for (published in June ) there is an entry for "Brunel's, manufactoy, 38 George Street.".
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Louis: Also the names of the city, township, county & state officers with a variety of other interesting matter. The Lemp Mansion ( DeMenil Place, St. Louis, Missouri) is a historical house in Benton Park, St.
Louis, is also the site of three suicides by Lemp family members after the death of the son Frederick Lemp, whose William J. Lemp Brewing Co. dominated the St. Louis beer market before Prohibition with its Falstaff beer brand.
The mansion is said to be haunted by members Town or city: St. Louis, Missouri. Louis A Melding of the City Directory and the Federal Census (Book): Lossos, David A.
Adam Lemp's riverfront brewery was the birthplace of lager beer in St. Louis—and perhaps America. In part two of our series on the history of the Lemp Brewing empire, a look at Adam Lemp's riverfront brewery, which was demolished to make way for the Arch grounds. Louis City Directory, p.
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In the St. Louis city directory, Jacob Ross appears as living at O’Fallon, no occupation stated, with his son Emil in the same household. 1 8 8 7. In the St. Louis city directory, Jacob Ross appears as living in the rear of N.
8th St., with his occupation listed as that of blacksmith. 1 8 8 8. According to the St. Louis city directory, Jacob Ross was living at A Hogan and was still working as a blacksmith.
His son Albert is listed in the same household. 1 9 0 0. The St. Louis city directory shows Jacob Ross as living at A Hogan and still working as a blacksmith, with his sons Emil and August in the same household. The Directory for the Public Worship of God.
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Navy Department, December 5, Sir: In the performance of a duty annually devolving on this department, I respectfully submit the following report: The squadron in the Mediterranean remains the same as it was at the date of my last report, and consists of the O the Brandywine first class frigate, and the Cyane sloop of .The St.
Louis Directory of indicates that one Gustav Wolf ran a hotel and restaurant at 23 Market Street and a saloon at 56 S. 2nd Street. A year later we find "Gustavus Wolf" listed in the Census as a "keeper of restaurant" from "Wurtemburg.".