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Dr. Hudson graduated from Harvard University in 1913. He graduated from the College of Physician and Surgeons in 1917. He joined the Navy Medical Corps where he served aboard…

Image, found in Mmel71's uploads: Dr. Hudson Letter · 26 Dec 2008 You

Edward Antill, (1742-89), a graduate of Columbia College, volunteered 1775, under Montgomery and was appointed chief engineer. In 1776 he was lieutenant colonel of Hazen's…

Image, found in Pennsylvania Archives: Page 269 · 21 Dec 2008 You

Moses Hazen was retired from the British Military, a veteran of the French and Indian War, living in Quebec. In 1775 General Montgomery invaded Canada when, as a result, Hazen's…

Image, found in Pennsylvania Archives: Page 268 · 14 Dec 2008 You

Governor William Livingston was a true Amercian Hero. In 1775, he joined the New Jersey Militia becoming the State's ranking Officer (Brigadier General). Later, he would…

Image, found in Pennsylvania Archives: Page 267 · 13 Dec 2008 You

May Dixon Thacker met Gaston B. Means while he was serving time in USP Atlanta for Perjury. Together they wrote "The Strange Death of President Harding" which was based on Mean's…

Image, found in Mmel71's uploads: May Dixon Thacker · 05 Dec 2008 You

Patrick Henry would, on rare occasions, add "Jr." to his name. This was done for the purpose of making it clear he was not his uncle.

Image, found in Pennsylvania Archives: Page 260 · 29 Nov 2008 You

Pluggy's Town was a base founded by a renegade Mohawk (Pluggy) who accumulated a group of Iroquois and Mingo followers. From this base he raided American Settlements, and…

Image, found in Pennsylvania Archives: Page 259 · 29 Nov 2008 You

Harold Woolf wrote a manuscript advancing the theory that the Lindbergh Kidnapping was connected to the infamous "3X" Murders.

Image, found in Mmel71's uploads: Hudson County Republican Committee Letter · 27 Nov 2008 You

Rev. Burn's brother was the infamous Robert Elliot Burns, author of "I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang."

Image, found in Mmel71's uploads: Rev. Vincent Godfrey Burns Letter · 12 Nov 2008 You

Here is a letter, dated June 10, 1932, from Myers to Schwarzkopf. Myers wasn't taken up on his offer, however, he would be hired, along with his mentor (handwriting expert S. C.…

Image, found in Mmel71's uploads: Myers Letter · 11 Nov 2008 You

Captain Robert Mullen, owner of the Tun Tavern in Philadelphia, is credited as the 1st Recruiter for the newly formed Continental Marine Corps. established in 1775.

Image, found in Pennsylvania Archives: Page 235 · 10 Nov 2008 You

Major General Gates, nicknamed by his men as "Granny Gates" once considered by the Continental Congress to replace Washington as Commander-In-Chief.

Image, found in Pennsylvania Archives: Page 226 · 09 Nov 2008 You

Sir William Howe became Commander-In-Chief of the British forces in America in 1775. Howe's major victories include The Battle of Bunker Hill, The Battle of Long Island, and the…

Image, found in Pennsylvania Archives: Page 175 · 04 Nov 2008 You

The "Earl of Stirling", or "Lord Stirling" was really General William Alexander.

Image, found in Pennsylvania Archives: Page 170 · 04 Nov 2008 You

Hazelwood commanded the Pennsylvania Navy and defended the Delaware River against British advance to Philadelphia in 1777. The Commadore not only successfully protected…

Image, found in Pennsylvania Archives: Page 168 · 04 Nov 2008 You

Edward A. Hayes served in the Navy during WWI. He would later become a Lawyer. He was an active member in the American Legion and Knights of Columbus. Hayes was a Republican…

Image, found in Mmel71's uploads: The Thiel Service Company · 02 Nov 2008 You

William Franklin Knox served in the U.S. Army during the Spanish-American War. He also served in the U.S. Army during World War I as a Major and would later be Alf Landon's pick…

Image, found in Mmel71's uploads: The Thiel Service Company · 01 Nov 2008 You

Pennsylvania Governor Joseph Ritner signs and issues a warrant "authorizing and requiring" Sheriff Lloyd of Lycoming County to carry out the sentence of William Miller. Miller was…

Image, found in Pennsylvania Archives: Page 8502 · 30 Oct 2008 You

This document includes Governor Wolfe's pardon of John Thomas, a run-away slave from Maryland who had been arrested and convicted of Larceny in Bucks County Penn. in December…

Image, found in Pennsylvania Archives: Page 7761 · 29 Oct 2008 You

On July 1, 1874 Charley Ross was kidnapped. Mr. Moore believe he was Charley Ross and this was one of the responses to his many letters he had written in an attempt to prove it.

Image, found in Mmel71's uploads: Charley Ross · 22 Oct 2008 You