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    • Gibson County Marriage Applications, 1903-1907

    • Marriage records -- Indiana -- Gibson County;
    • Original Gibson County marriage applications for 1903-1907. Each application is 6 pages across. The information given is Groom's name, place of residence, age, race, occupation, place of birth, father's name, mother's maiden name, number of groom's...
    • Civil War: GAR transfer card J.A. Marshall

    • Grand Army of the Republic. Ransom Post No. 131 (St. Louis, Mo.); United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865; Marshall, James; United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 118th (1863-1864). Company E;
    • This is the Grand Army of the Republic Transfer Card of J.A. Marshall, dated August 24, 1889. J.A. enlisted on June 24, 1863 as a 1st Lieutenant of Company E 118th Regiment of the Indiana Volunteer Infantry and was discharged on June 20, 1864. J.A....
    • Employment verification letter, Cecil W. Marshall

    • Pyramid Coal Corporation (Terre Haute, Ind.); Victory Mine (Seelyville, Ind.); Lungs -- Dust diseases; Coal miners -- Diseases -- Indiana -- Vigo County; Marshall, Cecil W.;
    • This is an employment verification letter for Cecil W. Marshall to be used for black lung disease compensation.
    • Puntenney family

    • Puntenney, Margaret Hixon; Cook, Bereniece; Cook, Madonna; Cook, Maxine; Marshall, Alberta; Marshall, Marie; Marshall, Vivian; Marshall, Mildred; Clothing & dress;
    • Photograph taken on the front porch of the Puntenney family home, ca. 1912. Seated is Margaret Hixon Puntenney and she is surrounded by her grandchildren. Seated l to r: Marie Marshall, Vivian Marshall, Maxine Cook, Alberta Marshall and Bereniece...
    • Ellen Church Marshall

    • Marshall, Ellen Church, 1904-1965; Airline industry; Stewards; Memorabilia;
    • Picture of items related to Ellen Church Marshall, first airline stewardess. •aFrom the Historic Treasurer article published in the Terre Haute Tribune Star on May 25, 1997 (written by Dipa Sarkar): 'Ellen Church Marshall was born on a farm near...
    • Civil War: GAR application James Marshall

    • Grand Army of the Republic. Oliver Morton Post No. 1 (Terre Haute, Ind.); United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865; Marshall, James; United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 26th (1861-1866). Company A; United States. Army. Indiana...
    • This is the Grand Army of the Republic application of James A. Marshall, dated May 18, 1899. James first enlisted on August 30, 1861 as a Private in Company A 26th Regiment of the Indiana Volunteer Infantry and was discharged on March 11, 1862....
    • Civil War: GAR application John Marshall

    • Grand Army of the Republic. Oliver Morton Post No. 1 (Terre Haute, Ind.); United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865; Marshall, John; United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 17th (1861-1865). Company C;
    • This is the Grand Army of the Republic application of John J. Marshall, dated May 28, 1891. John enlisted on January 4, 1864 as a Private in Company C 17th Regiment of Indiana and was discharged on August 2, 1865. John's application was recommended...
    • Gypsies, Marshall, Illinois

    • Legends; People; Nomads; Manners & customs;
    • Mike Short's transcribed interview of Dave Hall about the Gypsy Queen in Marshall, Illinois. According to Hall, Marshall, Illinois, was home to many gypsies. When the last Gypsy Queen died, she was buried there. Now gypsies from all over come there...
    • Gypsies, Marshall, Illinois

    • Legends; People; Nomads; Manners & customs;
    • Ronald Mullen's transcribed interview of Jean Pantley about gypsies in Marshall, Illinois. According to Pantley, a Gypsy Queen is buried in Marshall, Illinois, because it was called "the land of no tornadoes." Occasionally gypsies will come to...
    • Gypsies, Marshall, Illinois

    • Legends; People; Nomads; Manners & customs;
    • Steven Nicoson's transcribed interview of Delana Good about gypsies in Marshall, Illinois. According to Good, there is a gypsy queen buried there and because of that no bad storms will ever hurt Marshall, Illinois, or the people there. Gypsies from...
    • Gypsies, Marshall, Illinois

    • Legends; People; Nomads; Manners & customs;
    • Mitchell Goodwin's transcribed interview of Lola Ann Goodwin about the gypsies in Marshall, Illinois. According to Goodwin, there are several members of gypsy royalty buried in Marshall, Illinois. Legends say that Marshall will never be hit by a...
    • Gibson County marriage applications 1891-1895

    • Marriage records -- Indiana -- Gibson County;
    • Original Gibson County marriage applications for 1891-1895. Each application is 6 pages across. The information given is Groom's name, place of residence, age, race, occupation, place of birth, father's name, mother's maiden name, number of groom's...
    • Civil War: J.D. Marshall September 4-5, 1864

    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865; Army -- Military life;
    • A letter from J.D. Marshall to his sister. He asks how relatives are doing and complains that none of their letters are reaching him. He also remarks that camp life is boring and he has had very few responsibilities since mustering out. September...
    • Gypsies, Marshall, Illinois

    • Legends; People; Nomads; Manners & customs;
    • Mary Crocker's transcribed interview of Virginia Charlton about gypsies in Marshall, Illinois. According to Charlton, wind will not blow over the gypsy queen's grave in the Marshall cemetery.

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