History of the Bringhurst Family; With Notes on the Clarkson, de Peyster and Boude Families

History of the Bringhurst Family; With Notes on the Clarkson, de Peyster and Boude Families

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1901 edition. Excerpt: ...Mary Fraley, was born at Germantown, 16 May, 1823; died 9 January, 1898; married, 28 May, 1846, Lewis Gilliam Wunder, born at Germantown, 7 February, 1823; died at Philadelphia, 6 February, 1901; son of Jacob N. Wunder. The son, Lewis G., received an appointment in the Philadelphia Post-Office under Postmaster Wright, 8 July, 1849, and continuously occupied positions in that office until the November preceding his death. He was made chief clerk under Postmaster Bingham in 1871, which place he held under Postmasters Bingham, Fairman, and Huidekoper, and for a portion of Mr. Harrity's term. In 1887 he was appointed superintendent of the Inquiry Division. Mr. Wunder had the reputation of being the best-informed man in the office, and all difficult questions were invariably referred to him. He was known to most of the business men of the city, and had their friendship. Children: 296. Frank Augustus Wunder', born 14 November, 1848; married Ada Crawford. 297. Thomas Br1nghurst Wunder', born 15 June, 1850; married Ella Thorn. 298. Ella S1ckles Wunder', born 7 October, 1852; married, 18 October, 1899, Clarence Addison Willis, a professor in Girard College. 299. Ida V1rg1n1a Wunder', born 13 October, 1853. 300. John Henry Wunder', born 31 January, 1856; married Ella Lippin cott. 301. Lew1s Jeanes Wunder', born September, about 1860; died 8 June, 1861. 119. AUGUSTUS L. BRINGHURST6, son of Clement Bringhurst6, was born at Germantown, Pennsylvania, in 1803; died at Alexandria, Louisiana, in 1852. He was a notary public and clerk of the court, and afterwards a planter, at Alexandria, where he settled as a young man about 1832. He married, 29 March, 1838, Maria Louise Waters, born at Washington, Kentucky, 21 April, 1817; died at Alexandria, Louisiana, 21...show more

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  • English
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  • 1236500865
  • 9781236500861