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Lieutenant Spaulding diary

Spaulding Lieutenant

Lieutenant Spaulding diary

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    Diary (1758 July 30-November 2 passim) describing events at Lake George, N.Y., during the French and Indian War.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 1
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25015463M
    LC Control Number79005718

    Soon after the publication of the Book of Mormon, critics believed that Joseph must have plagiarized it from another source. One of the most prominent theories since the 's is the Spaulding (or Spalding) Theory. Briefly, the theory states that Joseph Smith plagiarized (or at least used as a source) an unpublished book written by. Lee Spaulding, son of Francis and Elizabeth and Johnny Himebaugh's brother-in-law, kept a diary from J to May 9, , a period of ten months when he was 19 and 20 years of age. This diary was among Spaulding-related materials donated to the Pioneers Museum in by “L. E. Dunaway” of Ardmore, PA, identified in a 13 Oct

    The surname Spaulding originated in the place called Spalding, in ing is a local surname, which belongs to the category of hereditary are a variety of types of local surnames, some of which include: topographic surnames, which could be given to a person who lived beside any physical feature, such as a hill, stream, church or type of tree. Born in Michigan, General Spaulding entered the Army in , two years after he was graduated from the University of Michigan Law School. He served with the China Relief Expedition in , was an artillery brigade commander in World War I, and was head of the Historical Section of the Army War College three times, his last tenure being during.

    John Spaulding is an American poet. Spaulding was born in Hanover, New Hampshire. He graduated from the University of Arizona, Tucson, with an M.A. in English literature and a Ph.D. in psychology. He also earned an M.F.A. in creative writing from Boston University. The Spaulding family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Spaulding families were found in the USA in In there were Spaulding families living in Massachusetts. This was about 19% of all the recorded Spaulding's in the USA.


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Lieutenant Leonard Spaulding was the son of Timothy Spaulding Jr. and Thankful Prescott. Leonard married Margaret Love on 5 March According to the Spalding Memorial, revised edition ofMargaret was the daughter of John Love and Elisabeth Sprague of Providence, Rhode Island.

The Compendium of American Burial: Bennett Cemetery, East Dummerston, Windham. Birth: Sep. 16, Dickleburgh and Rushall Norfolk, England Death: Jan. 10, Chelmsford Middlesex County Massachusetts, USA Family links: Parents: Edward Spaulding ( - ) Margaret Elliot Spaulding (____ - ) Spouse: Priscilla Underwood Spaulding ( - ) Children: Dorothy Spaulding Ellis ( - )* Deborah Spalding Manning ( - )* Siblings: John Spaulding Children: Deborah Manning, Dorothy Spalding, Margaret Spalding, Ebenezer Spaulding, Dorothy Ellis.

Spaulding’s manuscript is considerably shorter than the Book of Mormon. Similarities between his manuscript and the Book of Mormon are general and superficial. Spaulding’s fiction is about a group of Romans blown off course on a journey to Britain who arrive instead in America.

Based upon other reviews, I expected an account of the combat experiences of the soldiers interview by Dr.

Pogue. Instead, it is a very boring account of the author complaining about his discomforts in the rear area & an elitist recounting of his time in /5.

I was especially amazed at the mention of an interview with Lt. Spaulding who took his unit up the cliffs at Omaha Beach. This same lieutenant is mentioned in a long article I am reading in WWII magazine. What an incredible coincidence. I think what makes this such a riveting book is that it reflects Pogue's thoughts, images, and feelings at /5(12).

Captain Jeffrey T. Spaulding is a fictional character in the Broadway musical Animal Crackers and the film of the same was originally played by actor Groucho Marx, one of the Marx Brothers, in both productions.

Despite his middle name being Edgar, he is known as Jeffrey T. Spaulding; his first name is also spelled as "Geoffrey" in parts of the appearance: Animal Crackers (musical).

Diary of John E. Bassett, 25th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, This ledger contains a detailed, almost daily account of Bassett's army life. Pages contain household accounts for the yearsso Bassett most likely copied his diary into the ledger sometime after his service, perhaps from a series of pocket diaries.

John Spaulding was born in New Hampshire and grew up in Vermont. He earned degrees in English and psychology and earned a PhD in psychology from the University of Arizona, Tucson. He has worked as a psychologist for the Phoenix Indian Medical Center and the Puget Sound Service Unit of Indian Health Services.

He teaches writing at Pima Community College in Tucson, ing is the. Summary: There is a theory that Sidney Rigdon helped Joseph Smith create the Book of Mormon based on a manuscript written by a man named Solomon Spaulding. This timeline is a summary of all events that indicate that this theory may be true based on my notes collected over a six-year period.

In this episode of Crossroads we speak with Gen. (Ret.) Robert Spalding about his new book “Stealth War” and the unseen war that China is waging against the United States.

Spalding is a. Second Lieutenant Oct. 16, First Lieutenant Oct. 16, Captain Oct. 16, Major Aug. 1, Lieutenant Colonel March 1, Colonel Aug.

1, Brigadier General Nov. 2, (Current as of September ). for over years, the spaulding family has pioneered education, finance, public service, arts, agriculture and invention.

today, the descendants of benjamin and edith spaulding number more than 5, today from north carolina to california. Spalding Education International (SEI) is dedicated to teaching all students to spell, write and read.

SEI is the home of The Writing Road to Reading, a comprehensive K-6 total language arts program. The purpose for language arts standards is to ensure that all students develop the language skills they need to lead productive and fulfilling lives. The Spaulding Genealogy and Family Tree Page Welcome to the Spaulding Family page at Surname Finder, a service of Genealogy Today.

Our editors have compiled this checklist of genealogical resources, combining links to commercial databases along with user-contributed information and web sites for the Spaulding surname.

The Spaulding Manuscript and the Book of Mormon. InSamuel H. Smith and Orson Hyde, missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ, were in Conneaut, Ohio, where Spaulding began writing his manuscript.

While there, they preached from the Book of Mormon. Benjamin Spaulding () was of mixed-race background, born into slavery in Duplin County, NC. His wife Edith Delphia Freeman Spaulding () was a Native-American of Waccamaw and Cape Fear Indian ancestry from Bladen County, NC.

Ephraim was a sergeant when promoted to a lieutenant in May of the New London County Troop, a lieutenant of the North Stonington Company Octand a captain of the Stonington 2nd Company Oct He was a deputy from Stonington to the General Court for many years.

iii. Thomas Minor b. 17 Dec ; d. 8 Sep iv. The Spalding memorial is a genealogical history of Edward Spaulding of Virginia and Massachusetts Bay, and his descendants.

It was originally compiled in by the Rev. Samuel J. Spalding. It was revised by Charles Warren Spalding and published in it’s current form in Spaulding’s novel provides an engaging view into one man’s fanciful reconstruction of Native American life.

But it will not take long for readers to see that it bears no resemblance to the Book of Mormon. It is claimed by some that Joseph Smith either plagiarized or relied upon a manuscript by Solomon Spaulding to write the Book of Mormon. There is a small group who hold to the theory that the production of the Book of Mormon was a conspiracy involving Sidney.

The collection includes a small pocket diary kept by Albert from May 3 to Septemwhich details daily activities and accounts of mess (food) supplied to officers in Battery G for September ; obituaries, letters of condolence, and other papers concerning his death; and a historical and biographical sketch about Albert that was.The first A.G.

Spalding & Brothers sporting goods store opened in Chicago. That same year, Spalding developed the first Major League Baseball to become the official baseball of the National League () and American League ().Fore-Edge Edge of the book furthest from the spine. Occasionally the text of a book will be put into a specialized book press and painted, often with a scene from the book or a landscape, so that the painting is invisible when the book is closed but visible when somebody bends the text and fans the pages—known as a fore-edge painting.