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|201||Helen McLellan and Gustave Pitard|
Gustave Pitard gave his body to science.
|202||Henry C. Levensaler brevet promotion|
This document, a page from the Senate's proceedings, indicates when Dr. Henry Levensaler was brevetted to Lt. Col. in 1866, after the war.
|203||Henry Davis Yancey (d. 1967)|
|204||Henry Murray (d. 1978)|
|205||Henry Murray and Isabel Hacker|
|206||Herbert Catterton and Alverta Ward|
|207||Hodges graves at All Hallows|
|208||Hodges pillar at All Hallows|
Charles and Matilda, on the right, are the parents of Joseph, on the left side here.
|209||Hodges pillar at All Hallows|
Sophia and Eliza Harwood, on the right side of this image, are not yet identified; presumably, however, they are the sisters of John and Priscilla's mother Matilda Harwood.
|210||House Resolution 485 for Dr. Philip Lansdale|
I do not yet know the full story behind this bill, in case anyone can help. It is for service about the ship "John Adams" just before the Civil War. Similar acts are S. 392, and S. 370.
|211||Howard Clarence Hill (1879-1947)|
|212||Hugh McLellan (d. 1787)|
|213||Iglehart window, All Hallows' Chapel|
|214||Infant Hamilton (d. 1832)|
This baby died at 2 days old.
|215||Invitation to Hall/Kennedy wedding|
Laura Hall and Walter Kennedy were married on Tuesday, December 7th, at 10:00 AM in St. James Church. The year, unfortunately, is not included here.
|216||Isaac Currens Pollock (d. 1927)|
|217||Isaac H. Walker (d. 1899)|
|218||Isaac Walker (b. 1808)|
|219||Isabel Hacker (d. 1978)|
|220||Isabella Doak (d. 1898)|
|221||J. Harris Franklin (d. 1937)|
|222||James and Lida Walker, and their son Isaac H. Walker|
|223||James and Mary Bassford|
|224||James Currens Savage (d. 1886)|
|225||James H. Murray (d. 1948)|
|226||James Iglehart (d. 1825)|
|227||James Madison Walker (d. 1919)|
|228||James McLellan (1777-1854)|
|229||James S. Pollock (d. 1930)|
|230||James Savage Pollock (d. 1852)|
He died at about age 8.
|231||James Simpson (d. 1880)|
|232||James Strain Landale Sr. (1880-1937)|
|233||James Strain Lansdale family|
On the left is James Sr.; in the middle is Nannie Hodges, his first wife; and on the right is their son James, who died at age 6.
|234||James Strain Lansdale Jr. (1906-1912)|
|235||James U. Savage (d. 1849)|
He died aged 1 year, 6 mos., 25 days.
|236||Jane (Higgins) Strain, d. 1865|
|237||Jane, Eunice, and Eliza McLellan|
|238||Jessie Turney (d. 1949)|
|239||John and Sarah Gregg Fee|
|240||John DeMoss Gregg (d. 1876)|
|241||John DeMoss Gregg and Isabella Doak pillar|
|242||John Gregg (d. 1799)|
|243||John Gregg (d. 1799)|
|244||John H. Strain, d. 1888|
|245||John Hamilton Riggs (d. 1979)|
|246||John Henry Sellman (d. 1892)|
|247||John Higgins and Cornelia N. Houston Strain|
This is a memorial window in St. John's in Olney.
|248||John Higgins Strain (d. 1888)|
|249||John Iglehart (d. 1869)|
|250||John Iglehart Turnbull (d. 1944)|
A pilot, killed in action during WW 2.