Juliet Opie H. Ayres.

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  • United States. -- Congress -- Private bills,
  • Bills, Private -- United States,
  • United States -- Claims

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Other titlesInvalid pensions, Ayres, Juliet O. H
SeriesH.rp.4104
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination2 p.
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Open LibraryOL16000628M

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Genealogy profile for Juliet Opie Ayres. Her "mother", Juliet () bore no children from either of her marriages, but she and Hopkins adopted a niece who was named after her She was the niece and adopted daughter of Juliet Opie Hopkins and the daughter of Mr.

R.H. Butcher of Virginia. Summary: The largest subgroup in the collection are the papers of Juliet Opie Ayres,which consist primarily of correspondence, articles and newspaper clippings.

The bulk of the correspondence is between Juliet Opie Ayres and ADAH Directors Thomas M. Owen and Marie B. Owen concerning Mrs. Ayres efforts to obtain financial aid from. Juliet Ann Hopkins (née Opie; May 7, – March 9, ) was born on a plantation in Jefferson County, Virginia (present-day West Virginia).After her marriage to Arthur F.

Hopkins of Mobile, Alabama, she relocated to that the Civil War, the couple sold most of their real estate holdings and donated the money to the cause of the Confederate States of g place: Arlington National Cemetery.

Opie, born in London ingraduated in the early s, a generation before the likes of Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin arrived. He revelled in the punk sensibility of the time, the rebellion. a military wedding.; marriage of major-gen. romeyn b. ayres and miss juliet opie hopkins. Juliet Opie Hopkins.

View Description. Download: small (x max) medium (x max) SITE_CONFIG_downloadLargeEnabled. Voter Registration Books: A: Alabama Active Military Service Reports: Alabama Audiovisual Collection: Alabama Civil War and Reconstruction Newspapers.

There was no question as to the authenticity of this description ; so the only conclusion which could be drawn was that the copyist for Miss Lindsay's father had deceived him. In Mrs. Juliet Opie Ayres, a descendant of the Opies, also visited the place and had excavations made in and about the graveyard.

Romeyn Beck Ayres; born East Creek, NY 12/20/25; fluent in Latin; first wife Emily Louis Gerry Dearborn; second wife was Juliet Opie Hopkins Butcher, the daughter of Juliet Opie Hopkins; West Point Class of (22 of 35); Bvt 2nd Lt 4th US Arty 7/1/47; 2nd Lt 3rd Arty 9/22/47; served in garrison in Puebla and Juliet Opie H.

Ayres. book City, Mexico; 1st Lt 3/16/52; Capt 5th Arty 5/14/61; Artillery, W. Nelle Harper Lee (Ap – Febru ) was an American novelist best known for her novel To Kill a won the Pulitzer Prize and has become a classic of modern American published only two books, yet she was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in for her contribution to literature.

She also received numerous honorary degrees. Make offer - International Cricket Bat F H Ayres Cricket Series Robert Opie Advert Card Huntley & Palmers Boys Playing Juliet Opie H.

Ayres. book Cricket Series Robert Opie Advert Card £ 6d 14h. Juliet Ann Opie Hopkins was born on May 7, in Jefferson County, Virginia, United States.

the daughter of Hierome Lindsay and Margaret (Muse) Opie. She was a descendant of Thomas Opie who came to America from Bristol, England, and about Hopkins married the daughter of Reverend David Lindsay, the son of Sir Hierome Lindsay of Scotland.

Ayres died on duty on December 4, in Fort Hamilton, New York at 62 years of age. He is buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia, alongside his mother-in-law, Juliet Opie Hopkins. Inventory Number: IDE / SOLD. Juliet Ann Opie Hopkins ("the Florence Nightingale of the South") (–) was born on a plantation in Jefferson County in the U.S.

state of West marriage to Arthur F. Hopkins of Mobile, Alabama, she relocated to that the Civil War, the couple sold most of their real estate holdings and donated the money to the cause of the Confederate States of America. Juliet Ann Opie was born in Jefferson County, Virginia on May 7,the daughter of a wealthy planter.

She was educated at home by English tutors and later in a private school in Richmond. When she was sixteen years old, her mother died and she left school to help manage the family estates. Juliet Ann Hopkins (née Opie; May 7, – March 9, ) was born on a plantation in Jefferson County, Virginia (present-day West Virginia).

After her marriage to Arthur F. Hopkins of Mobile, Alabama, she relocated to that state. During the Civil War, the couple sold most of their real estate holdings and donated the money to the cause of the Confederate States of America.

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Juliet Ann Opie Hopkins. Juliet Ann Opie Hopkins and her husband started three military hospitals in Richmond in –62 for Alabama soldiers (in those days, each state had to care for its own wounded). The Alabama legislature made Juliet hospital superintendent in all three hospitals.

Ayres died on duty on December 4, in Fort Hamilton, New York at 62 years of age. He is buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia, alongside his mother-in-law, Juliet Opie Hopkins. [1]. Early life. Ayres was born at East Creek, New York, along the Mohawk River in Montgomery was the son of a small-town doctor who urged all of his sons into professional careers.

He graduated from the United States Military Academy in and was commissioned a brevet second lieutenant in the 4th U.S. Artillery. Although graduating in time for the Mexican-American War, Ayres served. Romeyn Beck Ayres, Major General - Civil War, Son-in-law of Juliet Opie Hopkins William Hanes Ayres, Private, WWII - Member of Congress Leonard Porter Ayres, Brigadier General, World War I - American Statistician.

B B Bomber Crew From World War II Buried On 21 August Paul William Baade, Major General, USMA - WWI, WWII - DSM, SS, BSM, PH.

Included are a few certified copies of letters to Mrs. Ayres from Gen. Joseph Wheeler, as well as typed transcripts of an article by Wheeler about Juliet Opie Hopkins.

Papers: In the Joseph F. Johnston papers,cubic feet. Ayres died on duty on December 4, in Fort Hamilton, New York at 62 years of age. He is buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia, alongside his mother-in-law, Juliet Opie Hopkins who, during her life, was an ardent Confederate.

Ayres died in Fort Hamilton, New York, and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia, alongside his mother-in-law, Juliet Opie Hopkins. Early life. Ayres was born at East Creek, New York, along the Mohawk River in Montgomery County.

He was the son of a small-town doctor who urged all of his sons into professional careers. Romeyn Beck Ayres; born East Creek, NY 12/20/25; fluent in Latin; first wife Emily Louis Gerry Dearborn; second wife was Juliet Opie Hopkins Butcher, the daughter of Juliet Opie Hopkins; West Point Class of (22 of 35); Bvt 2nd Lt 4th US Arty 7/1/47; 2nd Lt 3rd Arty 9/22/47; served in garrison in Puebla and Mexico City, Mexico; 1st Lt 3/16/52; Capt 5th Arty 5/14/61; Artillery, W.

Smith. Ayres died in Fort Hamilton, New York, and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia, alongside his mother-in-law, Juliet Opie Hopkins. See also Edit. List of American Civil War generals; References Edit.

Eicher, John H., and David J. Eicher. Civil War High Commands. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, ISBN Papers: In the Hopkins Family papers,cubic ft. Included are a few certified copies of letters to Mrs. Ayres from Gen. Joseph Wheeler, as well as typed transcripts of an article by Wheeler about Juliet Opie Hopkins.

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Julia H Ayres was born in monthat birth place, Idaho, to James L Ayres and Jemimah A Ayres. Julia had 4 siblings: Ida E Ayres and 3 other siblings.

Julia lived inat address, Idaho. Hazel J. Ayers Idaho Hazel J. Ayers in Idaho, Marriages, ; Romeyn Beck Ayres (Decem – December 4, ) was a Union Army general in the American Civil War.

Contents[show] Early life Ayres was born at East Creek, New York, along the Mohawk River in Montgomery County. He was the son of a small-town doctor who urged all of his sons into professional careers.

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Sanborn to Mrs. Hopkins, 26 May ," Alabama Hospitals in Richmond, Administrative files, SG, folder 1 Document 8: "Record of Deaths," Alabama Hospitals in Richmond, Administrative files, SG, folder 7. This project is designed to help teachers more easily integrate the use of primary source.

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Can not remember OpenLibra uses cookies to ensure we give you the best experience. If you continue to use we’ll assume you are happy to receive all cookies. For more information about the cookies policy and uses click here.Letters from C. Cale in Independence, Alabama, to Juliet Opie Hopkins, superintendent of the Alabama Hospital in Richmond, Virginia.

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