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Range Name: Missouri Division of Transport Collection

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Description: Truck with ladders strapped to roofing parked alongside garage. Truck decal reads "State Highway division."

Coverage: Usa – Missouri

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Image from web page 56 of “The Perrys of Rhode Island, and stories of Silver Creek : the Bosworth-Bourn-Perry homestead, modified and increased from a lecture…at the Public collection, Cambridge, N.Y., April 13, 1909” (1913)
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Identifier: perrysofrhodeisl01perr
12 Months: 1913 (1910s)
Authors: Perry, Calbraith Bourn, 1846-
Topics: Perry family (Edward Perry, 1630-1695?) Wallace household
Publisher: New York : T. A. Wright
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
Digitizing Sponsor: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center

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MRS. JULIAS (JONES) PERRV created March 22, 1816 ; Died Summer 23, 1898 Granddaughter of Judge Bourn and wife of James DeWolf Perry MRS. B. T. BOURNBorn might 26, 1797; Died Summer 10,Daughter of Judge BournTHRLL GLNLRATION5 OF BOURNS

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Reports of Silver Creek 27 And he was not killed by a basketball, As evaluated the jurors everyone, But being in a sickly condition. He scared dropped, which proved his fate, it absolutely was chronicled in Providence Gazette: No inconsid-erable harm w^as done to the Church, the Meeting House,the Court House, and lots of dwellings. Miss Martha Diman accustomed indicate an area inside wall surface ofthe northwest bedroom, where shot had lodged during bom-bardment. The woman niece, Mrs. Perry, constantly ready to credit herAuntys gorgeous customs, unquestioningly accepted the tale,but Auntys half sister, Aunt Betsy Bourn, would emphaticallydismiss these types of tales with La! Julia, several of Marthas poetry.In later years, during repair works on home, the plaster was re-moved, and Mrs. Perry insisted on being current. Five ballssmaller than just about any now shot from cannon rolled to the woman feet. Shegave one each to her five sons. Bourn quickly sought industries of warfare more serious than wasBristols harbor whenever registered by Wallace. Bidding h

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