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Title Return J. Meigs to James Madison, Decem Contributor Names Madison, James (Addressee) Meigs, Return J. Genealogy profile for Lieut. Return Meigs Return Meigs ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Return Meigs ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.
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His father, Colonel Return Jonathan Meigs, won distinction during the Revolution at the battle of Sag Harbor. The latter was appointed a surveyor for the Ohio Company of Associates and arrived at Marietta in with the earliest immigrants. R. J. Meigs, Jr., was born at Middletown, Connecticut, on Novem Return_J._Meigs, ( × pixels, file size: 13 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) This is a file from the Wikimedia Commons. Information from its description page there is shown below.
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Get this from a library. Report of the committee to whom was referred the memorial of Return J. Meigs and others. [United States. Congress. House.]. Report of the Committee of Claims, to whom were referred on the sixteenth instant, the memorial of Return Jonathan Meigs, Junior: with the report of the Committee of Claims thereon, made the eighteenth of February last: Decem read, and ordered to be committed to a committee of the whole House, on Tuesday next.
Report of the Committee of Claims, to whom was referred on the 30th November last, the memorial of Return Jonathan Meigs, Jun., presented the 23d March, 18th February,read and ordered to be referred to a committee of the whole House, on.
That scene is on my memory, and I report with perfect confidence of its verity. That was the last of my father. He went to Ohio on a visit to his father(1) Col.
R.J. Meigs, and there he died."(2) After his father died inMeigs lived part of the time with his uncle, James Lamme, who had no children of his own. Meigs is buried in the Garrison Cemetery in Rhea County, Tennessee, near the site of the former Hiwassee Garrison.
Legacy. His son Return J. Meigs, Jr. was elected as Ohio governor and later, by the legislature, as U.S. Senator. A grandson, Return J. Meigs IV, married Jennie Ross, daughter of principal Cherokee chief John Ross.
Return Jonathan Meigs, Jr. was a legislator, jurist and the fourth Governor of Ohio. Meigs was born in Middletown, Connecticut, on Novem He attended Yale College. After graduating inhe studied law and joined the Connecticut bar.
InMeigs moved to Marietta, Ohio, as one of the town's first residents. He died at his residence in when he was 60 years old. Meigs County in Ohio and Fort Meigs in Perrysburg, Ohio are named for him.
His father, Return J. Meigs, Sr., was a Colonel in the U.S. Army and served with distinction at the Battle of. Return Jonathan Meigs 1st. Return Jonathan Meigs (#90) was born in Middletown, Connecticut on Decemthe son of Return (#29) and Elizabeth (Hamlin) Meigs.
He was one of 13 children. His father, a hatter, was a member of the Connecticut General Assembly. Return J. Meigs Jr. did not have a direct male heir, but two of his younger brothers, John and Timothy, each named a son Return Jonathan Meigs.
The first of these—called Return J. Meigs III—passed the bar in Frankfort, Kentucky, commenced law practice in Athens, Tennessee, and became prominent in Tennessee state affairs before the Civil War.
Return Jonathan Meigs, 4th, was born on April 3,the son of Timothy Meigs and Elizabeth Holt. Timothy Meigs was the son of Col. Return Jonathan Meigs and brother of Gov. Return Jonathan Meigs. He married Jane (Jennie) Ross, oldest daughter of Chief John Ross of the Cherokee Nation, at Cleveland, Tennessee, in.
problems. As with everything in the Memorial, be consistent in the way you refer to the source throughout the Memorial. (d) Statement of Relevant Facts: Here, a brief summary of the, for the submission relevant, facts has to be written. (e) Issues: Extract the legal issues form your arguments and put them down in a logical order.
(preferably under the. Meigs Fall, Tennessee. Named for Col. Return J. Meigs who was Indian Agent in the area. Arthur Meigs c The grave of John Rodgers Meigs at Arlington National Cemetery. John was the son of General M.C. Meigs and was killed during the Civil War.
Col. Return Jonathan Meigs, the first of the long line of Return Jonathan Meigs' Meigs Field. Return Jonathan Meigs (ca. –), attorney and public official, was born in Middletown, Connecticut, the son of Return Jonathan Meigs (–), a prominent Continental army officer and Indian agent, and the nephew of Josiah Meigs.
He graduated from Yale College (now University) in and was admitted to the bar in Age 82 years, 11 months, 21 days. Buried April 5, On as Return Jonathan Meigs, Jr., he married Elizabeth Martin at Buchanan, Botetourt County, Virginia.
The Evening Star Thursday, April 3, R.J. Meigs Dies; Court Adjourns Had Served the District for More Than Fifty Years To Be Buried Tomorrow. Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Return Jonathan Meigs Sr. (19 Dec –28 Jan ), Find a Grave Memorial no. citing Garrison Cemetery, Dayton, Rhea County, Tennessee, USA ; Maintained by Find A Grave.
Lieut. Return Meigs, s. of Capt. Janna Meigs, Sr. and Hannah Willard, b. of record Mar. 16, /8 at Guilford, Conn. He d.
J at Middletown, Conn., Æ 75 (g.s.) Return was the fifth child of his parents and fourth born son. James Mooney, an anthropologist whose career centered on the American Indian and.
Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art. N Gilcrease Museum Rd Tulsa, OK Main: Toll-free: Tours: The proceedings were then referred to a committee of five, known as the Committee of Style and Revision, of which William Samuel Johnson was chairman and Gouverneur Morris the most important member.
The Committee of Style made its report on Septem which was also printed for the delegates’ use. The matter was referred to a committee of shoemakers and tanners who determined that neither the leather nor the workmanship was good.
"Goodman Gregory, upon this testimony, seemed to be convinced that he had not done his part, but then laid the fault on Goodman Meigs, that he was the more slight in it through his encouragement, who said to him.
Meigs County, Tennessee, located in the southeastern part of the state, was established in from lands ceded by the Cherokee Indians. A Meeting took place at John and Letty Stewart’s house.
Within two days plans were made to form the new county. The county was named in honor of Return Jonathan Meigs. This Mr. Meigs has one son only, Albert H. Meigs, a druggist, of Newark, and two daughters.
"It is perhaps worthy of note here, that this family is the only one of known English birth among the many whom we have been in correspondence with, or traced in other ways, and they have adopted the American spelling of the name.".A Report on a Memorial to Congress 20TH CONGRESS.] No.
Mr. KANE, from the Committee on Private Land Claims, to whom was referred the memorial of Zachariah Sims, and others, praying to be indemnified for the loss they sustained in consequence of having been dispossessed by the United States of a tract of land that had been leased.Josiah Meigs, a brother of Colonel Return Jonathan Meigs and 17 years his junior, was the grandfather of our colleague.
He was a graduate of Yale College, where he became a tutor and subse-quently professor of mathematics and natural philosophy.
His life was a checkered one, as he had little sympathy with the Federal.