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Dr. Milo Ard Hoyt

Per his brother: “My brother Milo, distinguished himself, when a boy, by an encounter with a robber, in which, having a large amount of mission funds, which he was bringing from the bank, he boldly defied the robber, & to the surprise of all who heard the circumstances, came off victorious. 257 kata lagi

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Lydia Lowrey Hoyt

According to the book The Brainerd Journal: A Mission to the Cherokees, 1817-1823

“The daughter of Major George Lowrey & Lucy Benge, Lydia Lowrey, age 15, arrived at the school on 4/10/1818, & attended until 10/28/1819.  329 kata lagi

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John Lowrey

Per the book “The History of Hamilton County and Chattanooga, Tennessee, Volume 1“:

“Chief John Lowrey, son of George Lowrey, a trader, & a Cherokee woman, was a full brother to… 90 kata lagi

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William Chamberlain

Per a book written by Eunice Miena Barber:

“William, third son & sixth child of Moses & Abigail (Stevens) Chamberlin, was born in Newbury, Orange County, VT., 2/20/1791. 1.742 kata lagi

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Sequoyah

According to The History of Hamilton County and Chattanooga, Tennessee, Volume 1:

“Sequoyah, the Cadmus of America, is also called George Gist & George Guess.  966 kata lagi

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Rev Ard Hoyt

According to The History of Hamilton County and Chattanooga, Tennessee, Volume 1:

“Rev. Ard Hoyt, son of Capt. Comfort Hoyt of the Revolution, & Anna Beach Hoyt, was born in Danbury, Conn., 1023/1770.  9.348 kata lagi

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Dorothy "Dollie" Eunice Hoyt Chamberlin

Dorothy “Dollie” Eunice Hoyt was b. 12/14/1820 in Tennessee d. 7/21/1894 in Oklahoma.  She was the d/o Milo Ard Hoyt & Lydia Lowrey.  She m. … 144 kata lagi

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