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Nashotah house and its founders described at historical meeting

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Headline: Nashotah house and its founders described at historical meeting

Main Heading: Church History

Sub Heading: Episcopal

Article Date: 1933-10-02

Newspaper: Waukesha Daily Freeman

City: Nashotah

County: Waukesha

State: WI


Adams, Dr. William 1813-1897

Barstow, Gov. William Augustus 1813-1865

Breck, Charles

Breck, George

Breck, Rev. James Lloyd 1818-1876

Cadle, Rev. Richard F. 1796-1857

Cole, Rev. Dr. Azel D. 1850-1885

Cornelius, John

De Koven, Rev. James 1831-1879

Dunlap, Mrs. Rober

Ernst Kemper, Maria

Hobart , Rt. Rev. / Bishop John Henry 1775-1830

Hobart, Rev. J. A. 1817-1889

Israell, Catherine D.

Keene, Rev. David -1893

Kemper, Elizabeth 1824-1898

Kemper, Jacob

Kemper, Col. Daniel

Kemper, Rev. Bishop Jackson 1789-1870

Kemper, Rev. Lewis A.

Lacher, John Henry A.

Marius, Elizabeth -1832

Otey, Bishop James Harvey 1800-1863

Schetky, Rev. Dr. George P.

Unonius, Gustaf 1810-1902

Walsh, Rev. William

Weaver, James

Whitney, Mrs. W. H.

Youmans, Mrs. Theodora 1863-1932


Collection: Wisconsin Local History and Biographical Articles (WLHBA) Collection

Location: Wisconsin Historical Society Library, 2nd floor, Madison, Wisconsin

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