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1883 Supplemental


Summer 1883

1Mrs. W. T. Harris

No 48 East 9th Street

New York City

N.Y.

Liutet [Lieutenant] Richard W. Young

Fort Columbus

Governor’s Island

New York Harbor

N.Y.

accross St. went Stuarts store

Grand Central Br. Watson & Br Houte James H. Houte

Caroline C. Johnson

Abbie Johnson Woodman

Oak Knoll Danvers

Mass.

Mrs. H. [Henry] S. Kimball [Martha G. Kimball] 4703

Kingsessing Avenue W. Phil [p. 38] {p. 40}

Chancy C. Bowen

Pres. Youth Park Gardens

Mrs. M. H. Kietsinger

Ft. Maddison Iowa.

(farming implements.)

246 Clark St Chicago

accountant. Greg.

Mr Ames

Marshall Field & Co

Cor Madison & Market St.

Wholesale rittale [retail] State &

Washington St.

Valentine Mc Cormick Blk

Dearborn & Randolph Sts. [p. 39] {p. 41}

Mrs. Ore Long Hotel

Clifton House & Mr. S firm

is Burke Walker & Co.

Thomas Wallins residence

5431 Dearborne Ave.

Sarah M. Kimball

Newark Wayne Co.

Care C. G. Pomeroy N.Y.

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Ira Hayden to see if he resides near Salt Lake.

Kelley name of man who showed us around the Temple.

Helen Granger

Bellriver P.O.

St. Clair, Co. Mich. [p. 40] {p. 42}

Mrs. Helen M. Warner,

Wilmington,

Hill Co. Ill.

Mrs. James H. Hardy

292 Carleton Ave.

Long Is. Brooklyn. N.Y.

Mrs. L. Blackburn

No 170 Jay St.

Long Island

Brooklyn. N.Y.

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Henry & Dickinson

Counsellors at Law

1 Montgomery St.

(Asa W. Dick) Jersey City N.Y. [p. 41] {p. 43}

Mrs. Andrew Dickinson

Peterson (looked like Inez [Earl]) New Jersey

George Dickinson Howe

Aug 9. 1883) North Hadley Mass

young man who asked for my autograph.

Wm Youmans

Delhi N.Y.

Mr. & Mrs. H. M. Plimpton

(139 Milk St.

Boston.) Walpole Mass

George K Dickinson

Office 265 Main St.

Room 3. Hartford Conn. [p. 42] {p. 44}

Henry L Martyn

58 Cross St.

Cleveland

A Bogardus

Photographer 872 Broadway

cor l8th St. New York

David Whitmer

Richmond. Mo.

Julia Ward Howe

5 Park house 241 Beacon [p. 43] {p. 45}

George E. Simon

Letties [Lettie Granger] cousin lives in Evanston conductor on Union Pacific.

28 August 1883 • Tuesday

Aug. 28. 1883

Went to Boston Worlds Fair building saw main building draped with Persian & Turkish rugs and all shades of ribbon hall offices hall main building packing room Art room medaline statuary painting laughing, and [illegible] onto little farm some sma[ll] scenes large picture painted by Princes house several [p. 44] {p. 46} Gusifutan statuary [illegible] butterflies [2 illegible words] everth [everything] garlanded also angel other small all Italian. hotel first Room Miss Nellie– captain Hucket China Copenhagen models was from Denmark Chinese perfumes– confectionary manufacture Embroadry

L. [Lucy] M. Hewlings

4 500 S. Fifth St

Atchison. Kansas.

708 N. 5th Manson.

1037 Finney avenue Sou K– [p. 45] {p. 47}

Kate Woodbury

Marion

J. Polly

Suluke Fairbush

Laura Cum[m]ings

Fred Day2

O[l]d Bullock arme houe [farmhouse]

Cap [2 illegible words] horse run up & [illegible] over [illegible] ____ _____

John Smith

[illegible] Paulson

Ursula Haskell

+ Ma

[2 illegible words] Grant folk [p. 56] {p. 48}

Lady [2 illegible words]

[2 illegible words]

church old school house

D. Andrew home office

he lef[t] youn[g] Darwin

Kate Wood

Old N [illegible]

_____ ____

[3 illegible words]

[3 illegible words]

hand runs old place

curtis sold two old cute

[illegible] in back room

where grandma kept dishes

front bed room pan of milk [p. 57] {p. 49}

Lovina [Luvana] Stacy now Johnson

Lucy B. [Harris] Blackington

[illegible] son movd

Zoo [2 illegible words] or cash

Peters [2 illegible words] Pride

If it [2 illegible words] for codfish dinner would leave dead [illegible] or ordered

grandfathers cousin

Deborah wife of Wm. K Whitney died 12 of Sep 1841. age 54.

Adeline [Emily Woodward] daughter of David & Dieadama [Diadama Hare] Woodward died 30 July 1829 at 14 [p. 58] {p. 50}

Where like a lily ever fair she blooms.

To feel the chilling blast of death no more

But spread her grateful praise like sweet perfumes

With kindred spirits through the blissful shore

space between the David Woodward next uncle Linus Woodward (cousin to grandfather)

Mrs Hannah wife of Wm Woodward died Dec 20 1835 age 77

Mrs. Rachel wife of Wm. died Apr 17. 77

Erected in memory of Wm Woodward who died July 1. 1807 age 71. Conn[ecticut]

Wm. Woodward died Aug. 16 1829 age 45 never married 2 cousin to grandfather grandson of former. [p. 59] {p. 51}

6 steps north from grandfather stand old brick monument where our great grand & great great grand parents lie shaded by beautiful pines & covered with myrtle & ferns nearest Adeline is great great grand.

next on right hand side stand gambled roofed house where grandfather was taken & where he died

Hathaway lived here then Sigelm & uncle or cousin woodward passed old stre accross on Woodward old school house old oak by and accross bridge old house where the[y] moved after grandfather death old trading house just opposite where uncle Elisas south by rock [p. 60] {p. 52} next to grandfathers old house just as ever

Card W. [William] A. Woodward

Milton News Milton Mass.

Aldrich

Old Sallen [Salem] house where grandma went to live after 18 yrs. [p. 61] {p. 53}

bed of the brook mother old [illegible] where she used to wash.3 road hill– [p. 63] {p. 54}

old well how I should love to sit and write to you4 [p. 65] {p. 55}

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[p. 245] {p. 79}

Copy of Grandfathers December 29th 1836

Samuel Clark Painter of the church Orthodox6

Nancy Pond

Lucy [Pond]7

Ian Underwood

B Pond

[illegible]

Sam Ellis

widow

Otis Underwood

Lansford Mariana

Red Isaac

old Underwood

Sallye

<to be on> stage

Ben Marion

[illegible]

Dr. Marions wife

bolaman Convers

Elihu Persis [Pierce] is where mother borded8 [p. 246] {p. 80}

Son Rice Rico

[illegible] [p. 247] {p. 81}