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Protestant Orphan Asylum, of Natchez, Miss.

United States. Congress. House

Protestant Orphan Asylum, of Natchez, Miss.

by United States. Congress. House

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Congress -- Private bills,
  • Bills, Private -- United States,
  • United States -- Claims

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesTo refer Protestant Orphan Asylum, Natchez, Mississippi, to Court of Claims
    SeriesH.rp.6088
    ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on War Claims
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination2 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16095390M

    The (Continued on Page E-ll) BOARD OF MANAGERS IN !)--The Managers conducted a special meeting of the Bridgeport Protestant Orphan asylum on Oct. 20, , at the Lafayette street building. Recorded Conv. Book , page Inst. #60, Certified 7 Jan by Deputy Clerk and Ex-Officio Recorder" and witnessed by birth parents, adoptive parents and notary, as well as E. D. Guthrie and C. E. Key (possibly Carl Emerson Kea, brother to Maud).

    Orphan Asylum) - The Camp Street Asylum is one of the largest in the city and is managed by the Sisters of Charity. It was founded in by Sister Regis and is designed as an asylum to educate German Protestant Orphan Asylum, St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum - under the auspices of the Sisters of Notre Dame, Lafon Orphan Boy's Home, Liners. Index to the reports and documents of the Congress with numerical lists and schedule of volumes Volume 22 [United States. Documents] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. 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.

    Annual Reports () of the Protestant Orphan Asylum of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Seventy-fifth Annual Report of the Protestant Orphan Asylum of Pittsburgh and Allegheny - historical sketch , pp. Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society Quarterly, Vol. 21, n. 3, p. "Orphans' Home and Asylum of the Protestant Episcopal Church in New-York." Through the kindness of the friends of the orphan in this City a spacious and commodious home has been erected in.


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Protestant Orphan Asylum, of Natchez, Miss by United States. Congress. House Download PDF EPUB FB2

Their Natchez Academy opened with 10 children, a teacher, and a matron for the orphans boarding with local families. Protestant Orphan Asyluma building to house the orphans was finished and later came to be called the Protestant Orphan Asylum of Natchez.

Later still, the name was changed to Natchez Children's Home. Return to the Table of Contents. Protestant Orphan Asylum in Natchez, Miss. Claim - The Committee on Claims recommends passage of a bill to reimburse for damage done to the orphan residence when it was appropriated briefly for use by the USa Army in Seller Rating: % positive.

Protestant Orphan Asylum of Natchez (Miss.) Protestant Orphan Asylum of Natchez (Miss.) Title ; Close. Social Networks and Archival Context. SNAC is a discovery service for persons, families, and organizations found within archival collections at cultural heritage institutions.

Sponsors. Get this from a library. Natchez Protestant Orphan Asylum deed, [C M Fowler, Mrs.; Natchez Protestant Orphan Asylum.] -- Deed conveys property owned by Mrs.

C.M. Fowler to the asylum. Get this from a library. Natchez Children's Home records, [Natchez Children's Home (Natchez, Miss.); Female Charitable Society (Natchez, Miss.); Protestant Orphan Asylum of Natchez (Miss.)] -- Minutes, account books, registers, reports, lists, scrapbook, printed material, and other items document the Protestant Orphan Asylum Children's Home, Mississippi ed is information about.

H eld by The Filson Historical Society. Creator: Protestant Episcopal Orphan Asylum Title: Records, Rights: For information regarding literary and copyright interest for this collection, contact the Curator of Special Collections. Size of Collection: 17 volumes, 3 folders Locator Number: Mss.

BJ P Of Natchez and Content Note. Collection consisting of minute books of the board of. The Protestant orphan asylum dates back to Mawhen a few ladies of Natchez met together and organized an association for providing a home for the friendless children of the state, the result of which was the establishment of the Protestant orphan asylum, an institution which, through all these years, a period marked with the.

General Protestant Orphan Home Records. Mss Creator General Protestant Orphan Home (Author/Creator) Abstract The General Protestant Orphan Home was established in The collection contains board minutes, correspondence, scrapbooks and admission records, File Size: KB.

A committee was appointed to frame bye-laws under the act to incorporate the Protestant Orphan's Home, passed the 15th day of April, In they state that they are particular in selecting situations, and have passed a rule that no girls are to be permitted to leave the home to become domestic servants until they reach the age of 15 years.

“ A Century of Caring - The Story of The New Brunswick Protestant Orphans’ Home ” by Harold McCullagh tells about the province's largest one.

After the Cholera ofa group of 15 ministers of Protestant churches set about collecting funds for an orphan asylum to. Historical sketch of the Montreal Protestant Orphan Asylum [microform]: from its foundation on the 16th Feb.,to the present day: compiled from its minutes and annual reports and read before the corporation at its annual meeting of Jan.

12, with an appendix containing a list of the office bearers, contributors to the building, land and endowment funds, its act of incorporation, by Pages: Natchez. Catholic Boy's Orphanage. Founded Female Charitable Society.

Founded on Ma to assist poor children, orphans and widows. Incorportated on Februconstructed a house for the orphans in m and and changed its name to the Protestant Orphan Asylum of Natchez in Natchez Catholic Boy's Orphanage Founded Female Charitable Society (Natchez) Founded on Ma to assist poor children, orphans and widows.

Incorportated on Februconstructed a house for the orphans in m and and changed its name to the Protestant Orphan Asylum of Natchez in MSMS (Box ) Melbourne Protestant Orphan Asylum, Emerald Hill [picture] / A. Willmore sc [] Series: National Library of Australia, Pictures Collection PIC Volume #S; Anne's story, [manuscript].

[ m, 6 pages: ] Series: State Library of Victoria. The Newark Orphan Asylum, founded in Newark in by a group of Protestant women, was granted its charter in Elizabeth Ricord (nee Stryker) was among the Asylum ’ s founders and was Directress of the Board of Managers until her death in The Protestant Children's Home, also known as the Protestant Orphans' Asylum, is a historic orphanage building in Mobile, Alabama, United was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on J In the building was leased to the Infant Mystics society which began using it as a meeting lodge, renaming the place Cotton on: Dauphin Street, Mobile, Alabama.

Their Natchez Academy opened with 10 children, a teacher, and a matron for the orphans boarding with local families.

Ina building to house the orphans was finished and later came to be called the Protestant Orphan Asylum of Natchez. Later still, the name was changed to Natchez Children's Home.

In it became the Natchez Orphan Asylum to focus directly on its mission. In the s it was renamed Protestant Orphan Asylum to distinguish it from the two orphanages maintained by. of natchez Temple B’nai Israel, the oldest Jewish congregation in the state of Mississippi, was founded in Bythis small community of mostly French- and German-speaking merchants, auctioneers, shoemakers, and peddlers was ready to erect its first house of worship, but the outbreak of the Civil War delayed its plans for several years.

Orphan Asylum Of Natchez is a Mississippi Profit Corporation filed on Febru The company's File Number is listed as The Registered Agent on file for this company is Anna M Alexander. The company has 1 principal on on: Mississippi (MS).

The records for the following orphanages were transferred to Associated Catholic Charities when they were closed: St. Anthony’s Orphan Asylum (), St. Elizabeth's Home for Colored Infants and Children (), St.

Francis Orphanage for Colored Children (), St. Mary’s Female Orphan Asylum (), St. Vincent’s.The Department began moving on November 1,to its new home, the then newly erected Washington City Orphan Asylum Building located on the southeast corner of Fourteenth and S Streets Northwest.

The Washington Evening Star on November 1,described the move as follows: "The work of removing the archives and documents of the State Department to the Protestant Orphan Asylum .Protestant Orphan Asylum In Natchez, Miss.

Claim. Natchez Mississippi - $ Natchez Mississippi Ms Miss T-shirt Map. Confederate Cover - $ Confederate Cover Natchez Miss Paid 5 Box Type C Miss Carroll Hoy New Orleans. Blue And - $