1 edition of Samuel Vaughan diary found in the catalog.
Samuel Vaughan diary
Written in English
Diary (1787 June 18-September 4) kept by Vaughan on a trip through Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania to Fort Pitt. The volume (44 pages) also includes maps, later notes on the diary entries, and list compiled by his son, Benjamin Vaughan, giving information on Samuel Vaughan"s children.
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Samuel Vaughan was born on February 11 , in Vaughan Homestead, Hawkins Co., TN, to John Henry Vaughan Vaughn and Nancy Vaughan. Samuel had 10 siblings: Captain James L Vaughan, Beverly T Vaughan, Mary Polly Gilliam, Mahala Vaughan, John Vaughan Jr., Martha Jane Davis, George Washington Vaughan, Benjamin Vaughan, Nancy Vaughan and. Samuel Vaughan, the father of Benjamin, was evidently the donor of a marble mantel now in Mt. Vernon, the home of Washington. The custodian of Mt. Vernon says the mantel came from England. Washington's letter of thanks for it was directed to Samuel Vaughan, of Philadelphia, "formerly of London." It may be that the Freehold stone cutter made it.
It is a pleasure to be able, after a suitable time period – aided by ”increasing maturity” - to reread Pepys, and the researcher and indeed, Pepys official librarian, Robert Latham presents an admirable selection of edited extracts in this, the illustrated, version of the main diaries of to As the editor remarks, it is a great pity that Samuel never resumed his daily journals /5(5). AT a dinner party in the Doubleday suite several years ago, Kurt Vonnegut turned to Samuel S. Vaughan, chairman of Doubleday's editorial board, and said he had an idea for a book .
The book "The Vaughan Pioneers" written by Lewis E. Vaughan, date unknown, states: "The only official record of William's year of birth is an indirect one. In the census for Washington County, Arkansas, he and his wife Fereby were members of their son Samuel's household, and were both included in the age bracket. This is a compiliation of 3 books by Samuel Marchbanks (Robertson Davies' alter ego - Davies actually wrote a column for a Toronto newspaper in the forties under this pseudonym), and edited by Roberson Davies: The Diary of Samuel Marchbanks, The Table Talk of Samuel Marchbanks, and The Letters of Samuel Marchbanks. If you enjoy curmudgeonly observations of life, you'll love this/5(22).
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Books Go Search Hello Select your address Today's Deals Best Sellers Customer Service Find a Gift Registry New Releases Books. Image 28 of Volume IV: June 10 This plan of the town of Bath, or Warm Springs, was drawn by Samuel Vaughan for his journal.
(Collection of the descendants of Samuel Vaughan. Samuel Vaughan was a friend of the elder William Hazlitt, the Unitarian minister. Vaughan's religious views have been described as "free-thinking Unitarian". Jamaica and bribery scandal. Vaughan purchased in the post of Clerk to the Supreme Court of Jamaica.
Manuscript diary in the collection of the descendants of Samuel Vaughan. description ends, 30; LOWDERMILK description begins Will H.
Lowdermilk. History of Cumberland, (Maryland): From the Time of the Indian Town, Caiuctucuc, inUp to the Present Day, Embracing an Account of Washington’s First Campaign, and Battle of Fort Necessity.
Samuel Samuel Vaughan diary book. Vaughan was born in in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Before entering Penn State College inhe worked as a filmmaker with the movie production unit of the U.S.
Marine Corps. While at Penn State, he was the founding editor of the campus literary magazine Inkling and the editor of the undergraduate humor magazine Froth. Samuel S. Vaughan, who rose from the syndication sales department to lead Doubleday & Company, working with writers as diverse as President Dwight D.
Eisenhower, William F. Samuel Vaughan died in His wife Hannah died in England in Their properties in Jamaica and Hallowell, Me. were divided among their children. Benjamin Vaughan, the son of Samuel and Sarah (Hallowell), was born in Jamaica in He held both law and medical degrees, but never formally practiced either profession.
Samuel Vaughan Will Book No. 3, (Reel 29) p. Will dated 6 Aug. Part of index to Amelia County Wills and Administrations ( - ) Samuel Vaughan Will Book No. 4, (Reel 30) Part of index to Amelia County Wills and Administrations ( - ) A plan with the position of all historic trees is shown in the guide book.
Successful efforts have been made to replant both the grounds of the Mansion and the surrounding woods according to Washington’s original idea as expressed in his diary.
Samuel Vaughan. The model of the Bastile is made from a stone from the renowned French. Samuel Pepys was an English naval administrator and Member of Parliament who is now most famous for the diary he kept for a decade while still a relatively young man.
By his hard work and his talent for administration, he rose to be the Chief Secretary to the Admiralty under both King Charles II /5(2).
SAMUEL VAUGHAN'S JOURNAL or "Minutes Made by S. V.,from Stage to Stage, on a Tour to Fort Pitt" Edited by Edward G. Williams Introduction The writings of early travelers are intrinsically interesting as * expressions of long silenced voices from the past, but they are particularly valuable in fixing the locus of historic sites that are fast slipping from the memory of latter-day generations.
Samuel S. Vaughan, Editor-at-large, Random House Former Editor-in-chief, President, and Publisher, Doubleday. Samuel S. Vaughan entered the publishing trade inas a desk man for King Features Syndicate. The following year he joined the syndication department of Doubleday, where he learned the craft of cutting books into serials, then.
Within less than four months after the last entry in this diary, when he crossed Middle Ferry into Philadelphia, Samuel Vaughan set sail for Jamaica to set his affairs in order there. He returned to Philadelphia briefly, inwhen he was honored by the host of prominent friends who were the leaders of society and culture in the United States.
“Minutes Made by S. from Stage to Stage on a Tour to Fort Pitt or Pittsburgh in Company with Mr. Michl. Morgan Obrian, from Thence by S. Only through Virginia, Maryland, & Pensylvania (18 June to 4 Sept.
).” Manuscript diary in the collection of the descendants of Samuel Vaughan. Benjamin Vaughan () was born in Jamaica to Samuel and Sarah Hallowell Vaughan. Benjamin resided in England and studied law and medicine, though he is most well known for his political work, particularly for his participation in the negotiations.
Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Samuel Edward Vaughan (11 Sep –31 Aug ), Find a Grave Memorial no. citing Carman Cemetery, Carman, Henderson County, Illinois, USA.
General Samuel Vaughan Wilson lived a life of adventure and achievement—from scouting Japanese military positions in Burma to becoming Deputy to the Director of Central Intelligence and Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, and ultimately the twenty-second president of Hampden-Sydney College.
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Facebook gives people the power. The Diary of Claudia-Mildred Vaughan. of Elizabeth City, N.C. (Camilla Cook Vaughan) was the daughter of Maurice Hamilton Vaughan, youngest brother of the elder Frank Vaughan.
Mr. Sheep: Samuel L. Sheep of Pennsylvania was the boys' schoolteacher. He boarded with a neighbor family. Papa put a prayer book in the cornerstone with Buddie's. Genealogy profile for Samuel C Vaughn Samuel C Vaughn ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Samuel C Vaughn ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.In Samuel Vaughan removed to the valley and bought the improvements of one Friend, an Indian half-breed of migratory habits, then its only occupant.
Vaughan dealt largely in Government claims. He died at the age of seventy seven. Daniel Vaughan lived .