3 edition of George Chorpenning and Elizabeth Woodward. (To accompany H. Res. no. 157). found in the catalog.
George Chorpenning and Elizabeth Woodward. (To accompany H. Res. no. 157).
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Indian Affairs
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RGE CHORPENNING AND ELIZABETH WOODvVARD. [To accompany Bill H. ] MARCH 5, r. LErTER, from the Committee on Indian Affairs, made the following REPORT. Committee onto whom was referred the petition of George Olwrpenning, submit the following report.
George Chorpenning and Elizabeth Woodward. Authors. Johnson Annotation. Report: Petition of G. Chorpenning.  Indian depredations in Utah. Johnson's Bibliographic Reference. Serial Set Citation. Subjects. Superintendents of Indian Affairs - Oregon * Utah - Claims * Utah - Depredations and Hostilities.
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George Chorpenning died in New York City in His hometown newspaper, the Somerset Herald, printed his obituary on 11 April - Death of Major Chorpening -- -- Was the First Man to Carry the Mails Across the Continent -- Major George Chorpening died in the New York Hospital, New York City, last Tuesday morning [3 April ].
First Overland Mail to California: Central Route via Salt Lake City The first overland mail service to California came via the central route, by way of Salt Lake City. In the spring ofAbsalom Woodward, who was 50 years old, and George Chorpenning, who agreed to carry mail from Salt Lake City to Size: KB.
Reuben John Chorpenning was the son of George B. McClellan Chorpenning and Cora Belle Logan Chorpenning. Helen Jean Buhrman was the daughter of Theodore Buhrman and Nancy “Nannie” Kerr Buhrman.
Al Logan (erroneously listed as A.L. below) was Reuben Chorpenning’s cousin. “Mrs. George moved to Rehoboth. George Woodward. George’s wife Lydia Browne was born 11 Nov in Watertown, Middlesex, Mass.
Lydia died in in Brookline, Mass. Elizabeth Woodward. Elizabeth’s husband Samuel Eddy was born 4 Jun in Watertown, Middlesex, Mass. His parents were Zachariah Eddy and Alice Paddock.
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