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Fanny's father was Charles Phelps, a lawyer and leading citizen of Townshend VT. In 1841, she was married to Alphonso Taft, a Townshend boy who had also become a lawyer. She went with Alphonso to Cincinnati OH where he had moved his law office. They had five children.
Fanny Jane FRENCH (born Phelps) was born on month day 1861, at birth place, to DeWitt Clinton Phelps and Electra Elizabeth Phelps (born Caswell). DeWitt was born on September 19 1828, in Edna, Ontario, Canada. Electra was born in 1829, in Ont, Can. Fanny had 8 siblings: Melinda Phelps, Laura Ann Kennedy (born Phelps) and 6 other siblings.
Fannie Mae Hack Phelps (born Burris) was born on month day 1866, at birth place, Kentucky, to Fredrick E Burres and Sarah Burres (born Rogers). Fredrick was born on January 6 1829, in Tn. Sarah was born on March 28 1841, in Ky. Fannie married William Jackson Hack on month day 1887, at age 21 at marriage place, Kentucky.
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Name: Alphons Taft Event Type: Marriage Event Date: 29 Aug 1841 Event Place: Townshend, Vermont, United States Gender: Male Spouse's Name: Fanny Phelps
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Alphonso Taft (November 5, 1810 – May 21, 1891) was an American jurist, diplomat, politician, Attorney General and Secretary of War under President Ulysses S. Grant.He was also the founder of the Taft political dynasty, and father of President and Chief Justice William Howard Taft.. As Secretary of War, Taft reformed the War Department by allowing commanders at Indian forts to …
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1880 U.S. Federal Census Granger, Medina Co., Oh Pg. 248A Fanny Phelps, F, 78, Widowed, W, Self, 1802 Mass Helen M. Phelps, F, 45, Single, W, Keeping House, Daughter ...
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Biography Fanny was born in 1823. She was the daughter of Charles Phelps and Eliza Houghton. She passed away in 1852 while she was in Cincinnati, Ohio and she was the mother of 5 children.
She married Alphonso Taft, widowed in 1852, on December 26, 1853 in Millbury, Massachusetts, becoming stepmother to his two living sons by his first wife, Fanny Phelps, Charles Phelps Taft, who became the publisher of the Cincinnati Times-Star and was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from 1895 to 1897, and Peter Rawson "Rossy" Taft.
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March 28, 1823 Fanny Phelps Taft (Father’s First Wife) born in Townshend, Vermont. September 11, 1827 Louisa Marie ” Louise” Torrey Taft (Mother) born in Boston, Massachusetts. August 29, 1841 Alphonso Taft (Father) marries Fanny Phelps (Father’s First Wife) in Townshend, Vermont.
Fanny Phelps 1 Fanny's father was Dudley Phelps and her mother was Ann Kinsman. Her paternal grandparents were Obadiah Phelps and Arminda Phelps. She had two brothers and two sisters, named Benjamin K., Dudley Farley, Anna Lucretia and Lucy. 1 . Ancestor Pedigree Chart.
Fanny Phelps was born in 1823. She died in 1852. Children of Fanny Phelps and Alphonso Taft. Charles Phelps Taft b. 1843, d. 1923; Peter Rawson Taft b. 1845, d. 1889; Charles Phelps Taft . M, #323452, b. 1843, d. 1923. Last Edited= 28 Nov 2008
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Alphonso Taft was born 5 November 1810 in Townshend, Windham County, Vermont, United States to Peter Rawson Taft I (1785-1867) and Sylvia Howard (1792-1866) and died 21 June 1891 in San Diego, San Diego County, California, United States of unspecified causes. He married Fanny Phelps (1823-1851) 29 August 1841 in Townshend, Windham County, Vermont, United States. He …
In 1841, Alphonso married Fanny Phelps, also of Vermont, and set up his first household in the flat central city. Over the next ten years, Fanny Taft bore five children, two of whom lived to adulthood. They were Charles Phelps, born in 1843, and Peter Rawson, in 1845. As Alphonso's fortunes rose and his wife's health declined he sought a new ...
Six years after Caroline's death, Samuel remarried Miss Fanny Phelps with whom he lived happily until he passed to the great beyond. LeRoy died in Arbela November 2, 1909 of bronchial pneumonia after a sickness of one and one-half days. He was a man widely known and loved by all: a loving husband and kind father and a good neighbor.
Jacob ABBOTT m. Fanny PHELPS b. (May 2, 1804), NH b. d. Jun 18, 1887, (83-1-16), Londonderry, VT d. (Jacob ABBOTT was the son of Abraham and Mary ABBOTT) (Fanny PHELPS was the dau of Elijah PHELPS and Betsey) Children of Jacob ABBOTT and Fanny PHELPS, born N.H.: * Nathan Zuel b. Oct 27, 1832 m. Hannah Caroline HOLDEN
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Taft, Fanny Phelps 1823-1852 . Overview. Works: 1 works in 2 publications in 1 language and 18 library holdings Publication Timeline. Most widely held works about Fanny Phelps Taft A brief memoir of Fanny Phelps Taft by Alphonso Taft ...
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Fanny Phelps; Marriage Date: ABT 1841; Scroll down to see sources. Sources for Alphonso Taft. 1 American Ancestors Magazine , 2013, Vol. 14.4, p. 52, New England Historic Genealogical Society (Online Database). 2 Find A Grave , (accessed 09/24/2012).
William Howard Taft National Historic Site is a historic house at 2038 Auburn Avenue in the Mount Auburn Historic District of Cincinnati, Ohio, a mile (1.6 km) north of Downtown.It was the birthplace and childhood home of William Howard Taft, the 27th President of the United States and the 10th Chief Justice of the United States.It is a two-story Greek Revival house built circa 1835.
Alphonso Taft. ALPHONSO TAFT was born in Townshend, Vermont, on 5 November 1810; attended local schools and taught school to obtain funds to study at Amherst Academy; graduated from Yale College, 1833; taught school at Ellington, Connecticut; held a tutorship at Yale while studying law; was admitted to the Connecticut bar, 1838; moved to Cincinnati and commenced the practice of …
Alphonso Taft (November 5, 1810 – May 21, 1891) was the United States Attorney General and United States Secretary of War under President Ulysses S. Grant.He was the father of U.S. President William Howard Taft.. Taft was born on November 15, 1810 in Townshend, Vermont. He was raised in Cincinnati, Ohio.Taft stuided at Yale College, at Yale Law School, and at Yale …
Alphonso Taft was born on November 5, 1810, on a farm in Townshend, Vermont. He was graduated from Yale College and Yale Law School and then settled in Cincinnati, Ohio, where in 1841 he married Fanny Phelps, the cultivated daughter of a county judge.
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Cincinnati was a busy river port of 50,000 people when Alphonso Taft arrived from Vermont in 1838. Business was good for the ambitious young attorney, who built a practice and made his place in town society. After living in Cincinnati for three years, he married Fanny Phelps, a girl from his Vermont hometown.
Alphonso Taft (November 5, 1810 – May 21, 1891) was a jurist, diplomat, Attorney General and Secretary of War under President Ulysses S. Grant. He is also the founder of an American political dynasty, and father of President William H. Taft. As Secretary of War, Taft reformed the War Department by allowing commanders at Indian forts to choose who could start and run post …
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With half-title. (Slight browning of plate edges, and occasional spots and stains, most marginal, a few creasemarks, one plate disbound, without the dedication to Prince Leopold.) Modern green half morocco and marbled boards. Provenance: Fanny Phelps, inscription on half-title dated April, 1876. A 'MOST BEAUTIFUL AND SENSITIVE WORK' (Abbey). 'Mr.
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