The Morris Family of Philadelphia: Descendants of Anthony Morris, Born 1654-1721 Died, Volume 1

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Page 160 - I direct that all my just debts and funeral expenses be paid as soon after my decease as conveniently may be done.
Page 96 - Foxhall, to have and to hold the same for and during the term of her natural life...
Page 162 - Signed, sealed, published, pronounced and declared by the said William Norris as his last Will and Testament in the presence of us who in his presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names: Wm.
Page 71 - ... accuracy alone. The latest date is 1671, borne by Edward Tizard, of Poole, just one year later than the tokens of Robert Ekins and Thomas Flory, both of Wimborne, which are dated 1670. The great majority of the tokens, it will be seen, are dated at a period subsequent to the restoration of Charles II. ; and whether it can be considered as a sign of any want of attachment to the House of Stuart or not, it is a curious fact that not one of them bears the name of Charles, and only two the name of...
Page 98 - That all witnesses coming or called to testify their knowledge in or to any matter or thing in any court, or before any lawful authority, within the said province, shall there give or deliver in...
Page 78 - Vol. 3, p. 452. young in various pursuits show him to have been an early advocate of what are now termed technical schools, and are deserving of consideration even at this late day.
Page 146 - The flag of the Light Horse of Philadelphia is forty inches long and thirty-four inches broad. Its canton is twelve and one-half inches long, and nine and one-half inches wide.
Page 161 - All the rest, residue, and remainder of my estate, real and personal, whatsoever and wheresoever found.
Page 144 - It had numbered upwards of fifty-two years at ita dissolution in the year 1818, and for almost half a century of that memorable and eventful epoch in the world, its manly cheerful and health imparting excercises and destinies were controlled and regulated, by the management or under the Presidency of Samuel Morris, Esq. an original member and a genuine gentleman of the old school, as exemplary and unblemished in morals, as he was zealous but temperate, in his participation in, and discharge of the...
Page 50 - Beneath this last is a small tablet bearing this inscription : — To the Glory of God and in loving memory of PHILIP RAWLIN ROBIN, MA, Rector of this Parish 1861 to 1897. These tablets are erected by his wife and children. MDCCCCI. In the south-east corner of the south aisle is a tri-colour flag, saved from the ill-fated HMS

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