Henry Sewall physiologist and physician by Gerald B. Webb

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Published by The Johns Hopkins press in Baltimore .

Written in English

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  • Sewall, Henry, 1855-1936.

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Statementby Gerald B. Webb and Desmond Powell.
ContributionsPowell, Desmond, 1899- joint author.
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LC ClassificationsR154.S364 W4
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 191 p.
Number of Pages191
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Open LibraryOL263068M
LC Control Numbermed47000106

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Henry Sewall is the author of "Contributions to the Study of Tuberculosis", "A Topical Synopsis of Lectures on Animal Physiology", "Diary of William Sewall, " and "Topical Synopsis of Lectures on Animal Physiology".

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(Many website say that Henry received acres in Coventry, I believe that that is not correct, Henry would get houses and land in England but the acres were in Massachusetts.). Henry Sewall Jr, son of the first mentioned Henry Sewall, was born in England (Coventry) in He came to New Wngland inbringing with him English servants, neat cattle and provisions.

He was in Ipswich through the winter and inremoved to Newbury. Henry Sewall by Gerald B. Webb,The Johns Hopkins press edition, in English. Henry Sewall, son of Henry Sewall and Margaret Gresbrook, was baptized 8 April in Coventry, Warwickshire, England.

He died in Rowley, Massachusetts in /6. Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in England, Massachusetts, New York and Maine. Commonplace-book containing arithmetic problems, ; proceedings of town meetings in Brookline, Mass., ; copies of diary entries, (in particular Henry Sewall book records); letterbook copies, ; a record of livestock, ; memoranda of Henry Sewall, ; and other miscellaneous copied and tipped-in.

The descendants of Henry Sewall () of Manchester and Coventry, England, and Newbury and Rowley, Massachusetts: the family in England and the first six generations in. Henry Sewall was baptized on the 8th of April in at the church of St. Michael in Coventry. His parents were Henry Sewall and Margaret Grazebrooke.

Henry Sr. was a rich, influential man, who was not only Master of the Company of Drapers, Mayor of Coventry, but also a member of Parliament representing the city. Henry Sewall 7th child, 2nd to pass away. John was first. NOTES FROM BOOK SALEM WITCH JUDGE BY EVE LAPLANTE PAGES Baptized 12/13/ at Third Church of Christ, Boston, Mass.

Built by his grandfather John Hull among others. Named after father Samuel's father, a well to do farmer and preacher who lived at. Henry Sewall () a Puritan, who arrived in Massachusetts in and Colonel Henry Sewell () a Catholic, who arrived in Maryland in This genealogy was originally compiled from ancestry charts, letters and papers I either inherited or to which I was given access by other members of the family.

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Research. G.A.R. Memorial Library, Main Street, West Newbury. The Capt. Henry E. Sewall House is an historic wooden house now located in Indian RiverSide Park in Jensen Beach, in Martin County, pioneer and developer Capt.

Henry E. Sewall built it in at the southern tip of Sewall's Point, the peninsula and town which bear his family Capt. Sewall became the postmaster of Sewall's Point, the house served also as the Sewall's. I found this fitting as my mother states in her book about Sewall’s Point, that the history of the peninsula cannot be separated from the history of the little church.

Captain Henry Sewall, who gave Sewall’s Point its name, was a member of the church and donated its. Anne Sewall born 3 Sep Mehitable Sewell born 8 May Mehatabell Sewall born 8 May Dorothy Seawall born 29 Oct Henry Sewell, Rev. died 16 May at Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts. Jane Drummer died 13 Jan at Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts.

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Diary of Samuel Sewall:Volume 2; Volume 6 Cous Cousin Danforth daughter death desire died dine Dudley Eliot England feet fire four Friday Funeral gave give Governour hand hath heard Henry Hill Hull Hutchinson Indians James John Joseph July June land late Lecture Letter living London Lord Major March married Mary Mather Meeting.

Henry Sewall ( - ) was an English merchant and politician who sat in the House of Commons from to Sewall was the son of Sir William Sewall of Coventry and his wife Matilda Home. He became a linen draper in Coventry and acquired a great estate. In he became mayor of Coventry.

His eldest child, also named Henry Sewall, was baptized April. 8,married Anri Hunt, emigrated to Newbury, Mass., in. afterwards removed to the adjacent town of Rowley and dred there March, He appears as,Henry Showell" in some of the colonial records.

He had but one child, Henry Sewall, born in Coventry. Henry Sewall's Diary Sewall, Henry - Location of original: Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, Massachusetts View thumbnails of the 13 pages in this document View Text Photograph of Sewall's entire diary Photograph Mar 2- Jul Aug 1- Sep Oct 7, Oct 8- book: film: doing history.

Militia book and personal papers belonging to General Henry Sewall () of Augusta. He served in the Revolutionary War and wintered at Valley Forge in After the war he opened a store at Fort Western in Augusta and served as Division Inspector, Brigadier and Major General of the 8th Division of the Maine militia.

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His attendance and activities in medical school and studies abroad are. SEWALL. RICHARD- St. Mary's Guildhall- Coventry. On 6 Feb. /1 is a transfer of administration by deed of gift where Henry Dawe of Coventry, butcher, gave to John Joyner, Richard Niclyn, Richard Sewall, Thomas Saunders, Richard Sewall jun., William Joynor, William Somland, Adam Beyne, and Roger Adnet all the land in Walsgrave which Henry held with the group mentioned in the quitclaim of.

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E. Brooke Lee Jr. and Camilla Sewall Edge were divorced. 2 E. Brooke Lee Jr. died on 20 August in Chevy Chase, Maryland, of congestive heart failure. 1 He. Wireless Telegraphy book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the Title from photographer's inventory.

Building/structure dates: ca. Panelling, which was built in aboutis in the Brooklyn Museum of Art. Built by Henry Sewall, Secretary to Lord Baltimore. Corresponding reference print in LOT Credit line: Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division.

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