Interesting piece of history, note inducting Mary L. Ingersoll into the Daughters of the American Revolution, date 1898:
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution
This certifies that Mrs. Mary L. Ingersoll as a regularly approved member of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, in connection with the Gen. Nicholas Herkimer Chapter having been admitted by the National Board of management by virtue (??) of her descent from John Cleveland, who with unfailing loyalty rendered aid material aid to the cause of American Independence as an Ensign during the Revolutionary War.
Given under our hands and the seal of the National Society this Seventeenth day of February 1898 - Letitia Green Stevenson Pres., Charlotte Emerson, main Rec., Sec. General, Fillie (??) Tyson Talphin, Registrar General -
Admitted Nov. 4, 1897
(text turns upside-down)
Breast of Roast Turkey
Found in "International Library of Technology: Gasoline Automobiles" published by the International Textbook Company, 1924.
Reader Andrea from The Netherlands emailed me this bit of information -
Interesting find!The name is Jillie Tyson Taplin, see http://services.dar.org/
public/dar_research/search_ descendants/?action=list& MyPrimary_Seqn=1121932& MyLineageCount=1&Control_Min_ Seqn=1121932 and mrs Mary L. Ingersoll has descendants: her son Fred had two sons, of which Allen had a son Aldon, who according to this obituary, also has a sister Janice (still alive). And Aldon has a daughter, Cheryl.http://www.legacy.com/ obituaries/hartfordcourant/ obituary.aspx?n=aldon- ingersoll&pid=149304803Well, that's all I could find but I had a loverly hour on the internet with this search!Kind regards from Andrea - the Netherlands.
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