The Correspondence of John Henry Hobart, 1798 1801 (Classic Reprint)

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Fb&c Limited, 2016 M09 16 - 568 pages
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Mrs. May was Ruth (potts) May, the wife of Robert May, a cousin of Mrs. Robert Smith by marriage. Her husband, who had extensive iron Works at the head of Elk, Maryland, had previously married her elder sister, Rebecca Grace, the eldest daughter of Thomas and Anna (nutt) Potts, who died on July 30, 1789. For her Mrs. Nathaniel Potts (mrs. Smith) wrote an epitaph in verse.

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