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Susquehanna River Valley Has Long History. On the hill which overlooks the mill stands Rock Run House a majestic 14 room stone mansion built in 1804 by John Carter a partner of John Stump in the Rock Run Mill When Carter died a year later the house passed to the Stumps daughter Ann and her husband Dr John Archer Jr.

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Susquehanna River Valley Has Long History

On the hill which overlooks the mill stands Rock Run House, a majestic 14 room stone mansion built in 1804 by John Carter, a partner of John Stump in the Rock Run Mill. When Carter died a year later the house passed to the Stumps' daughter Ann and her husband, Dr. John Archer, Jr.

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Rock Run Grist Mill - Harford Co. - Maryland

Mar 08, 2009  The 14 room stone mansion, the Rock Run House, built in 1804 by John Stumps mill partner, John Carter sits on a hill overlooking the barn mill lower downhill. Robert T. Kinsey 03/08/2009 Carter died the next year and Stump's daughter and husband, Dr. John

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Moore’s Mills and Little River Dam Reflect 180 Years in ...

Sally Medlin Carter John Carter, 1890 Mr. Moore interacted with a local Indian tribe that hunted and fished in the area. One local source, Charles Wood, ayor of Lizard Lick, reported that his great grandfather, John Carter, was a stone cutter who fashioned a mill stone for Moore’s Mill.

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Susquehanna River Valley Has Long History

On the hill which overlooks the mill stands Rock Run House, a majestic 14 room stone mansion built in 1804 by John Carter, a partner of John Stump in the Rock Run Mill. When Carter died a year later the house passed to the Stumps' daughter Ann and her husband, Dr. John Archer, Jr.

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Phenix Mill ArtInRuins

It included John Carter Brown; Robert H. Ives, and others. By 1867, this company, which also owned the mill property at nearby Hope Village in Scituate, had acquired all the mill property at Phenix. In 1882, the company built a stone connector between the mills, creating a single building measuring 328 by 43 feet, with a capacity of 21,536 ...

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Moore’s Mills and Little River Dam Reflect 180 Years in ...

Sally Medlin Carter John Carter, 1890 Mr. Moore interacted with a local Indian tribe that hunted and fished in the area. One local source, Charles Wood, ayor of Lizard Lick, reported that his great grandfather, John Carter, was a stone cutter who fashioned a mill stone for Moore’s Mill.

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Tools of the Trade: The Whetstone Part II – Newlin Grist Mill

Notes [1] Joseph Moxon, Mechanick Exercises: Or, The Doctrine of Handy-works.London: D. Midwinter and T. Leigh, 1703. Google E-Book Pages 74-75 [2] John Carter, “Where it has been the practice,” Pennsylvania Gazette July 1, 1742 Page 4 [3] Henk Bos.

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John Carter (2012) - Trivia - IMDb

The film probably holds the record for the longest time in "development hell": 79 years. Preproduction first started in 1931, when Robert Clampett, director of 'Looney Tunes', approached author Edgar Rice Burroughs to make an animated feature out of the first book in the series, "A Princess of Mars." Had plans gone through, 'John Carter' could have become America's first animated feature ...

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Rock Run Historic Site at Susquehanna State Park – Hiking ...

Jun 22, 2017  The Carter/Archer House. Further uphill stands the Carter/Archer house. John Carter (a business partner of John Stump) built this stone house in 1804. Carter died a year later, and Stump’s daughter Ann, and her husband, Dr. John Archer became the owners. At this home son, James Jay Archer was born on December 19, 1817.

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Centennial History of the Borough of Connellsville ...

John Carter McClenathan Full view - 1906 Centennial History of the Borough of Connellsville, Pennsylvania, 1806-1906 John Carter McClenathan Snippet view - 1982

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Time Stands Still at the Old Aldie Mill History of ...

The mill retained a share of the ground grain, known as a toll, usually one-sixth of the initially weighed corn and one-eighth of the wheat (wheat being denser than corn). James Moore Douglass, the last Aldie miller, years ago told me a tolling tale that was passed down in his family, owners of the mill since 1835, when John Moore purchased it ...

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Mills — There Are Places

Mar 08, 2021  The "Great Mill" of John's son, Robert, fell to Robert's son, Charles, who petitioned the court authority in 1783, to rebuild. The 30'X 40' 3.5 story frame structure with brick foundation/basement with dirt floor operated chiefly from 1843-1872 as a stone ground mill. Since 1872, the original set of French buhrs used in the original 1666 mill ...

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Take a tour of Alabama's historic grist mills - al

Mar 11, 2015  The mill is listed on the Alabama Register of Historic Sites. Admission is charged to visit the park. Visit MonroeCountyMuseum or call 251-789-2781 for

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George Payne Jr. (1754-1824) - Find A Grave Memorial

George Payne Jr. was born to George and Fanny Stone Carter. He was the grandson of John and Jeane (Monroe) Payne and William and Mary (Monroe) Stone. He married Sarah Carter, daughter of John and Ann (Claytor) Carter, before 1783 in Westmoreland County, VA. He seems to have come to Raywick, Washington (now Marion) County, KY between 1811 and 1820.

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Lyth Hill Countryside Site - Wikipedia

History. In the past this was a site of ropemaking, with a windmill built in 1835 by John Carter being used to make the hemp and flax fibres employed in the trade. Around 1920, a subsequent owner of the mill, named Hayway, removed the machinery. In 1917, the poet and novelist Mary Webb moved to Spring Cottage, a small bungalow on Lyth Hill.

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Grain Mills for sale eBay

NutriMill Harvest 450 Watts Stone Grain Mill Flour Grinder Sugar White. $319.00 New. KitchenAid KGM All Metal Grain Mill Attachment - Silver. 4.5 out of 5 stars (57) Total Ratings 57, $149.99 New. $120.00 Used. 700g 110v High Speed Electric Herb Grain Grinder Cereal Mill Flour Powder Machin.

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The Miller in Eighteenth-Century Virginia, by Thomas K ...

Oct 05, 2018  A mill scheduled to be built near Robert Carter’s on Nomini Creek—too near, he thought—would be the twenty-fourth within twelve miles on the Virginia side of the Potomac, an area that included no towns. Carter’s “new mill,” completed in 1773, had a capacity of 25,000 bushels a year and cost him £1,450 in materials and wages.

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Moore’s Mill and Litter River Dam Reflect 150 Years in ...

his great grandfather, John Carter, was a stone cutter who fashioned a mill stone for Moore’s Mill. He passed down a tale of a feast with William C. Moore, the local hired hands, and the Indians. “It was like a Zebulon version of the first Thanksgiving,” Charles Wood reflected. John Carter the stone cutter

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Thousand Island Life Magazine, Battle of Windmill's 180th ...

By Dr. John C. Carter. Dr. John C. Carter is a frequent contributor to Thousand Islands Life Magazine. He is currently a Research Associate, History and Classics Programme, School of Humanities, University of Tasmania, and is Vice-chair of the East York Foundation. He can be contacted at [email protected]

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Johnny Cash's 'Forever Words' Compilation ... - Rolling Stone

Oct 23, 2020  The original body of work in Forever Words held some of Dad’s best unreleased writings, put to music by some of the most prolific artists alive today,” John Carter Cash says. “But there was ...

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John Colter, The Mountain Man Who Survived Being Hunted ...

Jul 09, 2018  How John Colter ventured into the uncharted West with Lewis and Clark, explored Yellowstone before any non-Native, and survived being hunted for sport by Blackfeet warriors. Wikimedia Commons Illustration of a 19th-century mountain man. Like any other legendary figure, John Colter’s story remains somewhat shrouded in mystery and uncertainty.

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A River's Journey - Museums of the Bethel Historical Society

Termed the “Paleo-Indians” by some scholars, these inhabitants of the valley erected a stone structure for the storage of meat, dated to 11,120 years before the present (and now on display at the Maine State Museum), at the “Vail Site” on the old course of the Magalloway River—a northern tributary to the Androscoggin.

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HAINAULT FOREST

A post mill existed on Collier Row Common on ground that sloped away to the north, south and west. It had two pairs of stones operating. In December, 1815, William Blakeley, aged 15, got taken on as an apprentice for a term of seven years after his father made a payment of £84 to John Benjamin Miller and Benjamin Goodeve Miller.

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Strodes Mill Historic District, East Bradford Township ...

Settlement at Strode's Mill began around 1721 when a local resident, John Willis, and his two neighbors, George Carter and Samuel Scott, erected on Willis' land, what would become the most historic grist mill in East Bradford Township.

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Native Americans of Cape Ann - History • Pre-contact ...

Aug 08, 2018  The body, mat bundle, or basket coffin was then interred in the ground in a communal unmarked earthen mound or in a stone chamber in an upland area designated as sacred. In some groups, bodies were later ceremonially disinterred, defleshed, and the bones painted with red ochre, bundled together, and reburied in ossuaries [15].

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History of Porter, New York

John Clapsaddle built a small grist mill in 1817, which was operated some years, when the water power failed and the town was without a mill until the building of the one at Youngstown in 1840. Mr. Clapsaddle also built a saw mill about the time of the erection of the grist mill; it long ago went to decay.

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Motor Mill Historic District - Wikipedia

The Motor Mill Historic District is a nationally recognized historic district located southeast of Elkader, Iowa, United States.It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2014. In 1977 it had been listed as a contributing property in the Motor Townsite.. History. John Thompson, James Crosby, and J.P. Dickinson formed a partnership to establish a town, a mill, and other ...

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John Carter (2012) - Taylor Kitsch as John Carter - IMDb

John Carter : Fifty millions miles apart, and no way to bridge the gap, no way to return my body and my soul to their true home. Like a fool I'd thrown away my medallion. Then I recalled Matai Shang, his knowledge of earth, of my history. It mean Therns were a presence on this world, the cave in

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U.S. Reps. Troy Carter, Brian Fitzpatrick, and John Katko ...

Jun 08, 2021  Press Release Contact:Marty Irby • [email protected] Share on twitter Share on facebook Share on email Ending Transport of Horses Across State and National Lines Will Have the Effect of Banning the Trade, Notes Animal Wellness Action WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, U.S. Reps. Troy Carter, D-La., Brian Fitzpatrick, R-Pa., and John Katko, R-N.Y., introduced an

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Grave of Fiddlin' John Carson – Atlanta, Georgia - Atlas ...

“Fiddlin’ John” Carson was born in 1868. He grew up in nearby Cobb County and settled in Atlanta ’s Cabbagetown neighborhood, which was home to a textile mill and full of Appalachian ...

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Reedy Village - WVGenWeb

His father, John Carter, married Jane Boswell, in Rockbridge County, Virginia, and came to Mill Creek in Jackson County. Perhaps I should mention here a little store kept by the old man Rowan, about three miles up the Middle Fork, in 1872.

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