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2nd Lt. George D. Wallace, 7th U.S. Cavalry (1849 - 1890)

2nd Lt. George Wallace was second in command of Company G, 7th U.S. Cavalry Regiment at the Battle of the Little Bighorn on June 25-26, 1876. He survived the battle. Of him, a Herald correspondent wr...

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Edward Settle Godfrey (1843 - 1932)

Edward Settle Godfrey (October 9, 1843 – April 1, 1932) was a United States Army Brigadier General who received the Medal of Honor for leadership as a captain during the Indian Wars. Ear...

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Captain Thomas French, 7th U.S. Cavalry (1843 - 1882)

Captain, commanding Company M, 7th US Cavalry, at the time of the 1876 Battle of the Little Big Horn. Survived the battle. The son of Thomas and Ellen Burke Foy French. He enlisted 13 Jan 1864 in t...

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2nd Lt. Winfield Edgerly, 7th U.S. Cavalry (Brig. General post Indian Wars) (1846 - 1927)

Second Lieutenant, Company D, 7th US Cavalry. During the Battle of the Little Big Horn, he was with Benteen's Battalion, and fought in the hilltop fight, surviving the battle. The son of Josiah B...

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1st Lt. Donald McIntosh, 7th U.S. Cavalry (1838 - 1876)

Donald McIntosh (September 4, 1838 – June 25, 1876) was an officer in the U.S. 7th Cavalry Regiment who was killed at the Battle of Little Big Horn in the Montana Territory. McIntosh was bor...

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1st Lt. Francis Marion Gibson, 7th U.S. Cavalry (1847 - 1919)

Francis Marion Gibson was born in Philadelphia and appointed by President Andrew Johnson in 1867 as a Second Lieutenant, United States Army. Gibson was first assigned to duty on the Western frontier ...

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Captain George Yates, 7th U.S. Cavalry (1843 - 1876)

George Wilhelmus Mancius Yates (February 26, 1843 – June 25, 1876) was an officer in the U.S. 7th Cavalry Regiment. He was killed in the Battle of the Little Bighorn. Biography Yates w...

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1st Lt. Algernon Smith, 7th U.S. Cavalry (1842 - 1876)

Algernon Emory Smith (September 17, 1842 – June 25, 1876) was an officer in the U.S. 7th Cavalry Regiment who was killed in the Battle of the Little Bighorn in the Montana Territory. Smi...

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2nd Lt. Henry Moore Harrington, 7th U.S. Cavalry (1849 - 1876)

Henry Moore Harrington (April 30, 1849 – June 25, 1876) was a military officer in the U.S. 7th Cavalry Regiment who perished with George Armstrong Custer at the Battle of Little Big Horn in th...

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2Lt. Luther R. Hare, Little Big Horn (1851 - 1929)

Luther Rector Hare (August 24, 1851 – December 22, 1929) was an officer in the 7th U.S. Cavalry, best known for participating in the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Hare was born in Greenca...

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Dr. James Madison DeWolf, Acting Assistant Surgeon (7th U.S. Cavalry) (1843 - 1876)

Dr. James Madison DeWolf (January 14, 1843 – June 25, 1876) was an acting assistant surgeon in the U.S. 7th Cavalry Regiment who was killed in the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Born in ...

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George Edwin Lord, U.S. Army Assistant Surgeon (7th U.S. Cavalry) (1846 - 1876)

George Edwin Lord (February 17, 1846 - June 25, 1876) was a U.S. Army Assistant Surgeon in the 7th Cavalry who was killed in the Battle of the Little Big Horn in Montana Territory during the Black Hi...

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Mark Kellogg (1833 - 1876)

) Mark Kellogg (March 31, 1831 – June 25, 1876) was a newspaper reporter killed at the Battle of the Little Bighorn. Kellogg rode with George Armstrong Custer during the battle and was evident...

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First Lieutenant William W. Cooke, 7th U.S. Cavalry (1846 - 1876)

William Winer Cooke (May 29, 1846 – June 25, 1876) was a military officer in the United States Army during the American Civil War and the Black Hills War. He was the adjutant for George Armstr...

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Maj. General Alfred H. Terry (USA) (1827 - 1890)

Alfred Howe Terry (November 10, 1827 – December 16, 1890) was a Union general in the American Civil War and the military commander of the Dakota Territory from 1866 to 1869 and again from 1872...

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2nd Lt. Charles Varnum, 7th U.S. Cavalry [Colonel post Indian Wars] (1849 - 1936)

Charles Albert Varnum (June 21, 1849 - February 26, 1936) was a career United States Army officer. He was most noted as the commander of the scouts for George Armstrong Custer in the Little Bighorn C...

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"Lonesome" Charley Reynolds (scout in the U.S. 7th Cavalry Regiment) (c.1844 - 1872)

"Lonesome" Charley Reynolds (March 20, 1842–June 25, 1876) was a scout in the U.S. 7th Cavalry Regiment who was killed at the Battle of the Little Bighorn in the Montana Territory. He was note...

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Major Frederick Benteen (USA), 7th U.S. Cavalry (1834 - 1928)

Frederick William Benteen (August 24, 1834 – June 22, 1898) was a military officer during the American Civil War and then during the Black Hills War against the Lakota and Northern Cheyenne. H...

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Major Joel H. Elliott (USA), 7th U.S. Cavalry (1840 - 1868)

Joel Haworth Elliott, son of Mark Elliott and Mary S. Haworth was born October 27, 1840 in Wayne Co., Centre Township, Indiana, and died November 27, 1868 in White Rock, Indian Territory on the Was...

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Philander Chase (1775 - 1852)

Philander Chase (December 14, 1775 – September 20, 1852) was an Episcopal Church bishop, educator, and pioneer of the United States western frontier in Ohio and Illinois. in 1795 while still a s...

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Brig. General Joseph R. West (USA), U.S. Senator (1822 - 1898)

Joseph Rodman West (September 19, 1822 – October 31, 1898) was a United States Senator from Louisiana and a general in the United States Army during and after the American Civil War. As a co...

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William George Strong Fargo MP (1818 - 1881)

William George Fargo (May 20, 1818 – August 3, 1881), pioneer American expressman, was born in Pompey, New York. From the age of thirteen he had to support himself, obtaining little schooling,...

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Ben Holladay ("Stagecoach King") (1819 - 1887)

Benjamin "Ben" Holladay (October 14, 1819–July 8, 1887) was an American transportation businessman responsible for creating the Overland Stage to California during the height of the 1849 Calif...

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William "Big Foot" Wallace, Texas Ranger (1817 - 1899)

William Alexander Anderson "Bigfoot" Wallace (April 3, 1817 – January 7, 1899) was a famous Texas Ranger who took part in many of the military conflicts of the Republic of Texas and the United...

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John H. Rogers, Texas Ranger (1863 - 1930)

John Harris Rogers was born near Kingsbury, Guadalupe County, Texas, October 19, 1863. Rogers first enlisted in the Rangers in September 1882 serving under Capt. S. A. McMurray in Company B. He ser...

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James B. Gillett, Texas Ranger (1856 - 1937)

James B. Gillett (November 4, 1856 - June 11, 1937) was a lawman of the Old West, mostly well known due to his service as a Texas Ranger, and is a member of the Texas Rangers Hall of Fame. Earl...

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John Salmon Ford (1815 - 1897)

John Salmon Ford (May 26, 1815 – November 3, 1897), better known as "Rip" Ford, was a member of the Republic of Texas Congress and later of the State Senate, and mayor of Brownsville, Texas. H...

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Joshua Pilcher (1790 - 1843)

JOSHUA PILCHER: "As a catastrophic smallpox epidemic swept across the Great Plains in 1837, Pilcher, a 47 year old from Virginia, that had been assigned head of the "Sioux" Agency at Fort Kiowa, locate...

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Sarah Duty "Granny" Parker (Pinson) (1758 - 1836)

Sarah "Sally" Pinson first married RICHARD DUTY in Laurens, S.C. The marriage record did not show date. She was the dau. of John & Ann Pinson and born in South Carolina. She and Richard were in Laure...

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Charlemagne Tower (1809 - 1889)

Charlemagne Tower, (April 18, 1809 – July 26, 1889) was an American lawyer and businessman active in acquiring land in the Schuylkill Valley in Pennsylvania and serving as an officer for coal ...

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Gen. Edward F. Beale (1822 - 1893)

Envoy to Austria, adventurer, sailor, engineer, Indian Agent, introduced camels to Texas. ------------------ EDWARD FITZGERALD "NED" BEALE From Beale Air Force Base, Yuba-Sutter, California E...

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Henry Haight (1820 - 1869)

Henry Haight (1820 – 1869) was an American exchange banker and pioneer. He was the manager of the Banking House of Page, Bacon & Co. in San Francisco during the California gold rush era. H...

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William C. Ralston (1826 - 1875)

William "Billy" Chapman Ralston (January 12, 1826 - August 27, 1875) was a San Francisco, California businessman and financier, and was the founder of the Bank of California. Biography Willia...

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Clarence Rivers King (1842 - 1901)

Clarence R. King (January 6, 1842 – December 24, 1901) was an American geologist, mountaineer, and art critic. First director of the United States Geological Survey, from 1879 to 1881, King wa...

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Lorrin Andrews Thurston MP (1858 - 1931)

From the book Lost Kingdom by Julia Flynn Siler Lorrin Andrews Thurston - A grandson of New England missionaries to the islands, Thurston was a fiery orator, lawyer, and entrepreneur who led Lili'u '...

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Brig. Gen. James Wadsworth (1768 - 1844)

With brother owned 35,000 acres of land in the Genesee Valley of NY. Founder of Geneseo, NY Ancestor of U.S. Senator James Wolcott Wadsworth and US Senator William Stuart Simongton-----------------...

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James Gadsden, of the Gadsden Purchase MP (1788 - 1858)

James Gadsden (May 15, 1788 – December 26, 1858) was an American diplomat, soldier and businessman and namesake of the Gadsden Purchase, in which the United States purchased from Mexico the la...

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Rev. Manasseh Cutler MP (1742 - 1823)

Manasseh Cutler (May 13, 1742 – July 28, 1823) was an American clergyman involved in the American Revolutionary War. Cutler was also a member of the United States House of Representatives and ...

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Gen. Moses Cleveland-Continental Army (1754 - 1806)

"MOSES CLEAVELAND, the second son and child of Colonel Aaron Cleaveland, of Canterbury, Connecticut, and nephew of the Rev. John Cleaveland (Yale 1745) and the Rev. Ebenezer Cleaveland (Yale 1748), w...

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Phillip King Empey MP (c.1853 - 1934)

Phillip was robbed of his Horse at gunpoint by a member of the James-Younger Gang , at a place called Hanska Slough in Rice County, Minnesota . see profile for: Jesse James, American Outlaw [ ] ...

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Robert Walker Irwin (1844 - 1925)

Robert Walker Irwin (4 January 1844 - 5 January 1925) was an American businessman and the Kingdom of Hawaii's Minister to Japan. Irwin's most significant accomplishment as Hawaii's top representati...

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James Pierson Beckwourth (1798 - 1866)

James Pierson Beckwourth (April 6, 1798 Frederick County, Virginia – October 29, 1866, Denver) was an American mountain man, fur trader, and explorer. An African American born into slavery in ...

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Howard Stansbury (1806 - 1863)

Howard Stansbury (February 8, 1806 - April 17, 1863) was a major in the U.S. Army Corps of Topographical Engineers. His most notable achievement was leading a two-year expedition (1849-1851) to sur...

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Stephen S. Harding, 4th Governor of Utah Territory (1808 - 1891)

Stephen Selwyn Harding (February 28, 1808 – February 12, 1891) was the Governor of the Utah Territory for the Liberal Party in 1862 and 1863 and was chief justice of the Colorado Supreme Court...

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Brevet Brig. General Eli Houston Murray (USA), Territorial Governor of Utah (1843 - 1896)

Eli Houston Murray (February 10, 1843 – November 18, 1896) was Governor of Utah Territory between 1880 and 1886. He had been brevetted to the rank of brigadier general in the American Civil ...

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Frank W. Johnson (1799 - 1884)

Francis White "Frank" Johnson (October 3, 1799 – April 8, 1884) was a co-commander of the Texian Army from December 1835 through February 1836, during the Texas Revolution. Johnson arrived i...

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Benjamin Rush "Ben" Milam (1788 - 1835)

Benjamin Rush "Ben" Milam (October 20, 1788 – December 7, 1835) was a leading figure in the Texas Revolution. Milam County, Texas was named in his honor. He was born in Kentucky. Early l...

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Deaf Smith (1787 - 1837)

Erastus "Deaf" Smith (April 19, 1787– November 30, 1837) was an American frontiersman noted for his part in the Texas Revolution and the army of the Republic of Texas. He fought at the Grass...

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Captain Philip Dimmitt (1801 - 1841)

Philip Dimmitt (1801–1841) was an officer in the Texian Army during the Texas Revolution. Born in Kentucky, Dimmitt moved to Texas in 1823 and soon operated a series of trading posts. After ...

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Mary Ann Adams (1818 - 1898)

Mary Ann Adams Maverick (March 16, 1818-February 24, 1898), was an early Texas pioneer and author of memoirs which form an important source of information on daily life in and around San Antonio du...

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Samuel Augustus Maverick (1803 - 1870)

Samuel Augustus Maverick (July 23, 1803–September 2, 1870) was a Texas lawyer, politician, land baron and signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence. His name is the source of the ter...

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2nd Lieutenant Samuel Maverick, Jr. (CSA) (1837 - 1936)

. Samuel Maverick, Jr. was a Texas soldier and businessman, born 14 May 1837 at Montpelier Plantation, near Pendleton, South Carolina, the first-born of Samuel Augustus Maverick and Mary Ann Adam...

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Juana Navarro Alsbury (1812 - 1888)

See link below: Juana Navarro Alsbury (1812 – July 23, 1888) was one of the few Texian survivors of the Battle of the Alamo during the Texas Revolution in 1836. As Mexican forces entered h...

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Horace Arlington Alsbury (1805 - 1847)

Horace Arlington Alsbury (1805–1847) was one of Stephen F. Austin's Old Three Hundred and was also notable for his participation In the siege of San Antonio de Bexar in November–Decem...

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Andrew Jackson Sowell (1815 - 1883)

Andrew Jackson Sowell (1815-1883) was a 19th century lifelong soldier extraordinaire. He was a participant in the Texas Revolution, Mexican American War, and Civil War. He was a frontier defender, ...

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Captain Frank Frantz (Rough Rider), 7th Governor of Oklahoma Territory (1872 - 1941)

Frank Frantz (May 7, 1872 – March 9, 1941) was an American Rough Rider and politician who served as the seventh and final Governor of Oklahoma Territory. Frantz ran on the Republican ticket to...

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Cassius M. Barnes, 4th Governor of Oklahoma Territory (1845 - 1925)

Cassius McDonald Barnes (August 25, 1845 – February 18, 1925) was an American Civil War soldier, lawyer and Republican politician who served as the 4th Governor of Oklahoma Territory. Earl...

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Daniel Richardson Bigelow (1824 - 1905)

Daniel Bigelow (24 March 1824 – 15 September 1905) was a pioneer lawyer and politician in Olympia, Washington. Biography Daniel Richardson Bigelow was born March 24, 1824, in Bellevill...

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Michael Troutman Simmons (1814 - 1867)

Michael Troutman Simmons, one of the first white settlers North of the Columbia River in the Sate of Washington. He settled Tumwater, at Newmarket, near Olympia, Washington, The Capital of the State. M...

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Carson Dobbins Boren (1824 - 1912)

Carson Dobbins Boren (December 12, 1824, Nashville, Tennessee-August 19, 1912, Woodinville, Washington), was an early founder of Seattle, Washington (see Denny Party ). His sister Mary Ann was marrie...

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David Thomas Denny (1832 - 1903)

David Thomas Denny (March 17, 1832-November 25, 1903) was a member of the Denny Party, who are generally collectively credited as the founders of Seattle, Washington, USA. Though he ultimately underw...

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Arthur A. Denny (1822 - 1899)

Arthur Armstrong Denny (June 20, 1822 – January 9, 1899) was one of the founders of Seattle, Washington, the acknowledged leader of the pioneer Denny Party, and later the city's wealthiest cit...

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John P. Gaines, 3rd Governor of Oregon Territory (1795 - 1857)

John Pollard Gaines (September 22, 1795 – December 9, 1857) was a U.S. military and political figure. He was a Whig member of the United States House of Representatives, representing Kentucky ...

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William Couch (leader of the Boomer Movement) (1850 - 1890)

Lewis Couch (November 20, 1850 - April 21, 1890) was a leader of the Boomer Movement and the first mayor of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. ) He was born in North Carolina, later moving to Kansas as a f...

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David L. Payne ("Father of Oklahoma") (1836 - 1884)

David Lewis Payne (December 30, 1836 – November 28, 1884) was an American soldier and pioneer. Payne is considered by some to be the "Father of Oklahoma" for his work in opening the state to s...

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Colonel Elmer Otis (USA) (1830 - 1897)

United States Army Officer. Fought in the Civil War and the Indian Wars. Most noted for getting the notorious Captain Jack (Modoc Indian leader) to surrender. Born in Massachusetts, his parents mov...

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Albert Gallatin Boone (1806 - 1884)

From "Memory Sketches" by Peter Cooper, a series that ran in the Missouri Telegraph of Fulton, Missouri. This article 1 Mar 1878. (I summarize) For a time, Albert G. Boone lived in southern Callawa...

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George Luther Boone (1826 - 1910)

Did that famous Kentucky frontiersman, Daniel Boone, dip his toes into the Pacific? Historians don't agree, but his descendants certainly traveled here. Great-grandsons George Luther and Morris Boo...

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Alphonso Boone MP (1796 - 1849)

Alphonso Boone (November 7, 1796 – February 27, 1850) was an American pioneer in what became the state of Oregon. A native of Kentucky, he was the grandson of Daniel Boone, and lived much of...

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George Law Curry, 5th Governor of Oregon Territory MP (1820 - 1878)

Find a Grave] Wikipedia George Law Curry (July 2, 1820 – July 28, 1878) was a United States political figure and newspaper publisher predominately in what became the state of Oregon. A nativ...

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George Abernethy, 1st Provisional Governor of Oregon (1807 - 1877)

From Wikipedia George Abernethy FIRST PROVISIONAL GOVERNOR OF OREGON From 1845 to 1849, George Abernethy was the first provisional governer of the Oregon Country, which extended from the Pacific ...

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Charles Willing Byrd, Secretary of Northwest Territory and Acting Territorial Governor (1770 - 1828)

Charles Willing Byrd (July 26, 1770 – August 25, 1828) was an early Ohio political leader and jurist. He served as Secretary of Northwest Territory and as acting Territorial Governor. Ea...

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Isaac Roop, Provisional Governor of the Proposed Territory of Nevada (1822 - 1869)

Isaac Newton Roop (March 13, 1822 – February 14, 1869) was a lifelong member of the Whig party, United States politician, and pioneer. Biography Roop was born in Carroll County, Mary...

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Orion Clemens MP (1825 - 1897)

Moved to Muscatine, Iowa in September of 1853, where he founded the Muscatine Journal newspaper. In 1861, was appointed Secretary of the Nevada Territory by President Abraham Lincoln - a position tha...

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Major Benjamin Parke, US Congress (1777 - 1835)

Benjamin Parke (September 2, 1777 – July 12, 1835) was a 19th-century American soldier and politician in the Indiana Territory and later state of Indiana. Biography Parke was born in N...

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John Ketcham (1782 - 1865)

) John Ketcham (September 10, 1782–February 5, 1865) was a self-taught surveyor, building contractor, and judge. Early years John was the son of Daniel Ketcham and Keziah Pigmon Lewis ...

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Dennis Lark Pennington (1776 - 1854)

Dennis Pennington (May 18, 1776–December 2, 1854) was an early legislator in Indiana and the Indiana Territory, speaker of the first Indiana State Senate, speaker of the territorial legislatur...

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Jonathan Jennings, 1st Gov. of Indiana (1784 - 1834)

Jonathan Jennings (1784 – July 26, 1834) was the first Governor of Indiana and a nine-term congressman from Indiana. Born in Readington, New Jersey, he studied law with his brother before immi...

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Judge Davis Floyd MP (1776 - 1831)

Davis Floyd (1776 – December 13, 1834) was an Indiana Jeffersonian Republican politician who was convicted of aiding American Vice President Aaron Burr in the Burr conspiracy. Floyd was not co...

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Major Joseph Hamilton Daveiss (1774 - 1811)

Major Joseph Hamilton Daveiss (March 4, 1774 – November 7, 1811) commanded the Dragoons of the Indiana Militia at the Battle of Tippecanoe. Although the correct spelling of his name appears to...

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Isaac Blackford, Chief Justice of the Indiana Supreme Court (1786 - 1817)

Isaac Newton Blackford (November 6, 1786 – December 31, 1859) was the second Chief Justice of the Indiana Supreme Court, the court's longest serving Justice, and among the longest serving juri...

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Nathan Squire Boone Jr. MP (1744 - 1815)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA with the rank of CAPTAIN. DAR Ancestor # A012128 Squire Boone Jr. (October 5, 1744 – August 1815) was an American pioneer and brother of Dan...

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Robert R. Reid, 4th Governor of Florida Territory MP (1789 - 1841)

Robert Raymond Reid (September 8, 1789 – July 1, 1841) was the fourth territorial governor of Florida. He was also a Representative from Georgia. He also held several judicial positions. R...

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Colonel Albert C. Horton, 1st Lieutenant Governor of Texas (1798 - 1865)

Albert Clinton Horton (September 4, 1798 – September 1, 1865) was a Texan politician, and the first Lieutenant Governor of Texas. Early life Horton was born on September 4, 1798 in H...

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Colonel James W. Fannin, Jr. MP (1804 - 1836)

James Walker Fannin, Jr. (January 1, 1804 (probably) – March 27, 1836) was a 19th-century U.S. military figure on the Texas Army and leader during the Texas Revolution of 1835–36. Aft...

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Duval West (1861 - 1949)

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Thomas Howard Duval (1813 - 1880)

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John Crittenden Duval (1816 - 1897)

John Crittenden Duval (1816-1897) was an American writer of Texas literature. He has been noted as being the first Texas man of letters and was dubbed the "Father of Texas Literature" by J. Frank D...

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Captain Burr H. Duval (1809 - 1836)

Burr Harrison Duval (1809 – March 27, 1836) was the commander of the Kentucky Mustangs, First Regiment Volunteers, a group of Kentucky Long-riflemen formed in Bardstown, Kentucky in Novemb...

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William Pope Duval, 1st Gov. of Florida Territory MP (1784 - 1854)

William Pope Duval (September 4, 1784 – March 19, 1854) was the first civilian governor of Florida Territory, serving from April 17, 1822 until April 24, 1834. Early life William Duval...

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Alexander Cameron Hunt., 4th Governor of the Territory of Colorado (1825 - 1894)

Alexander Cameron Hunt (December 23, 1825 – May 14, 1894) was the fourth Governor of the Territory of Colorado serving from 1867-1869 as a member of the Republican Party. Alexander Cameron...

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Nehemiah G. Ordway, 7th Governor of Dakota Territory (1828 - 1907)

Nehemiah George Ordway (November 10, 1828 – July 3, 1907) was a New Hampshire state senator and the seventh Governor of Dakota Territory. Ordway was regarded as one of Dakota Territory's most ...

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John L. Pennington, 5th Governor of Dakota Territory (1829 - 1900)

John L. Pennington (1829 – July 11, 1900) was a newspaper publisher, an Alabama state senator, and the fifth Governor of Dakota Territory. Biography Pennington was born at the town of ...

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Marsh Giddings, Governor of New Mexico Territory (1816 - 1875)

Marsh Giddings (19 November 1816 – 3 June 1875) was a politician from the U.S. state of Michigan, who was appointed as U.S. consul-general to India and later served as the Governor of New Mexi...

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Gen. William A. Pile (USA), 8th Gov. of New Mexico Territory (1829 - 1889)

William Anderson Pile (February 11, 1829 – July 7, 1889) was a nineteenth century politician and minister from Missouri, as well as a general in the Union Army during the American Civil War. H...

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Henry Connelly, Governor of New Mexico Territory (1800 - 1866)

Henry Connelly (1800–1866) was the Governor of the New Mexico Territory during the American Civil War. He was appointed by President Lincoln and served from September 4, 1861 until July 6, 186...

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Colonel James S. Calhoun, Governor of New Mexico Territory (1802 - 1852)

James S. Calhoun (1802–1852) was best known as the Governor of New Mexico Territory from 1851 to 1852. He had many careers, though, including time as a Georgian politician, military colonel, a...

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James W. "Honest Dick" Tate, Kentucky State Treasurer (1831 - d.)

James William "Honest Dick" Tate (January 2, 1831 – unknown) was the Kentucky State Treasurer. He was nicknamed "Honest Dick" because of his good reputation and rapport with his colleagues. Th...

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Reverend John Taylor (1752 - 1833)

) John Taylor (1752–1833) was a pioneer Baptist preacher, religious writer, frontier historian and planter in north and central Kentucky. His two histories of early Baptist churches in Kentuck...

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Samuel Thomas Hauser, 7th Governor of Montana Territory MP (1833 - 1914)

Samuel Thomas Hauser (January 10, 1833 – November 10, 1914) was an American industrialist and banker who was active in the development of Montana Territory. In addition to his many business in...

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