7 edition of Diary of Turhand Kirtland from 1798-1800. found in the catalog.
1903 in [Poland? O .
Written in English
Introduction signed: Mary L. W. Morse.
|Contributions||Morse, Mary L. W., ed.|
|LC Classifications||F497.W5 K6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||41|
|LC Control Number||04005731|
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Excerpt from Diary of Turhand Kirtland From While Surveying and Laying Out the Western Reserve for the Connecticut Land Company In he was in the provisional service of New York at the time of the defeat of the American Army on Long Island, and was engaged on board the boats which conveyed our forces over to the main : Turhand Kirtland.
Diary of Turhand Kirtland from While surveying and laying out the Western Reserve for the Connecticut Land Company by Kirtland, Turhand, ; Morse, Mary L.
W., edPages: Turhand Kirtland was elected State Senator for Trumbull County in ; he was Associate Judge of the Court of Common Pleas for several terms, and was Justice of the Peace in Poland for over twenty years. The Diary, relatino. his early experiences in New Connecticut, ends abruptly in the fall of Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
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Diary of Turhand Kirtland from While surveying Kirtland, Turhand, View full catalog record. O > ^ 1 „V V, o o DIARY OF TURHAND KIRTLAND FROM = WHILE SURVEYING AND LAYING OUT THE WESTERN RESERVE FOR THE CONNECTICUT LAND COMPANY f40 I Introduction Turhand Kirtland was born in Wallingford, Connecticut, in the year Turhand owned various pieces of land throughout the Western Reserve, including in Poland, and the town that would eventually bear his name.
His diary for August of records him assisting John Young in the survey of Youngstown. He was involved in establishing Diary of Turhand Kirtland from 1798-1800.
book and libraries throughout the Western Reserve including a library in Poland in Diary of Turhand Kirtland from While surveying and laying out the Western Reserve for the Connecticut Land Company.
By Turhand Kirtland. Abstract. 41 p Topics: Western Reserve (Ohio)--History. Publisher: [Poland. O., Year: OAI Author: Turhand Kirtland. Byonly about one thousand people lived in the Western Reserve. Because of its lack of success in selling its land, the Connecticut Land Company was dissolved in Much of the settlement of the region did not occur until after the War of Kirtland, Turhand.
Diary of Turhand Kirtland from While Surveying and Laying out the Western Reserve for the Connecticut Land Company. Poland, OH: n.p., Selections Form the Correspondence of Cicero by Kirtland and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Turhand Kirtland was born in Wallingford, Connecticut, in the year In he was in the provisional service of New York at the time of the defeat of the American Register Sign InBurial: Poland Presbyterian Cemetery, Poland.
Letter of Turhand Kirtland, Cleaveland, July,Settlers Greatly Dissatisfied -- Price of City Lots, Samuel Huntington Visits Cleveland -- His Diary, viii. THE YEAR -- Fourth of July Celebration -- The first Store, Kirtland Township was an "equalizing" township used by the Connecticut Land Company to compensate for losses of those settlers or investors who received swampy or poor land throughout the Reserve.
From the description of Diary of Turhand Kirtland during his visits to Ohio, Kirtland, Turhand. Diary of Turhand Kirtland from While surveying and laying out the Western Reserve for the Connecticut Land Company.
Retrieved Garfield, James Abraham (). The Northwest Territory Settlement of the Western Reserve. Diary of Turhand Kirtland, surveyor and founder of Poland by Mary Morse Diary of Henry Kirtland Photos and information on President William McKinley and family Poland-related photos, maps, postcards, newspaper articles, artifacts Description and.
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JAMES J. TYLER, Ohio and during the years transacted most of the business connected with the final purchase of land by John Young, and assisted him in laying out the village of Youngstown. From his diary we learn that during the year. Diary and financial ledger of Turhand Kirtland, early settler in the Western Reserve of northeastern Ohio.
Diary of Turhand Kirtland from – Poland, Ohio, or three young men who came to Newburg, no settlers arrived this year. Turchand Kirtland, father of Prof.
J.P. Kirtland, was made Agent for the Land Company and visited the Reserve." In the year the inhabitants of the Western Reserve found themselves in the enjoyment of a civil government. Memoirs And Masonic History Of The Late Samuel Graves () [Hiram T. Graves] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks. Book Description: Few mementoes remain of what Ohio was like before white people transformed it.
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Judge Kirtland kept a diary of events during the earliest years of his settlement, which has been furnished for our use by Hon. Kirtland, of Poland, ad from it many of the early incidents in this history are taken.
JONATHAN FOWLER, of Guilford, Connecticut, was the first white settler in. Building of the Church in Kirtland, Ohio. Persecution dogged the Mormons in New York.
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TURHAND KIRTLAND FIRST MASTER OF THE FIRST MASONIC LODGE ON THE WESTERN RESERVE - BY BRO. JAMES TYLER Ohio (Concluded from last month) Diary of Turhand Kirtland, Mary L. Morse, Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Ohio, and perhaps artisans.
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68 Statement made by Dr. Kirtland, Aug. 29 th, "Turhand Kirtland, my father, annually visited New Connecticut in the years, and He, at that time, was agent of the Connecticut Land Company."—"Historical Collections of the Mahoning Valley," published by the Mahoning Valley Historical Society, Youngstown, Ohio,p.
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30th,THE YEAR Doan's Corners-Newburg-Early Settlers, TIlE YEAR Turhand Kirtland-Erection of Trumbull County-First Election, Organization of Cleveland.
Around the age of two, Hezekiah was baptised on J at the First Church of Saybrook at Saybrook Colony in Connecticut.
He is buried next to his son, Alvin Case Kirtland. There is no tombstone or marker for Hezekiah. His parents were Daniel Kirtland and Lydia Lord. Hezekiah moved to Tarboro, Edgecombe County, Burial: Mount Olivet Cemetery, Nashville, Davidson.
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