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Burning of Royalton, Vermont, by Indians, a careful research of all that pertains to the subject, including a reprint of Zadock Steele's narrative, also a complete account of the various anniversaries and the placing of a monument commemorating the event, has herein been made

Burning of Royalton, Vermont, by Indians, a careful research of all that pertains to the subject, including a reprint of Zadock Steele's narrative, also a complete account of the various anniversaries and the placing of a monument commemorating the event, has herein been made

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Burning of Royalton, Vermont, by Indians, a careful research of all that pertains to the subject, including a reprint of Zadock Steele's narrative, also a complete account of the various anniversaries and the placing of a monument commemorating the event, has herein been made

Burning of Royalton, Vermont, by Indians, a careful research of all that pertains to the subject, including a reprint of Zadock Steele's narrative, also a complete account of the various anniversaries and the placing of a monument commemorating the event, has herein been made

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Tulokset : RIX


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to the house of Deacon Daniel Rix, he there found opportunity to lend the hand of pity. Gen. Stevens took


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of pity. Gen. Stevens took Mrs. Rix and two or three children with him, and they all rode of T


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horse, Capt. Joscjjh Parkhursl put Mrs. Rix and three of her children upon another horse, without a bridle, and ordered


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him. They, in company with Mrs. Rix and her children, rode off as fast as possible. The general followed with


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Parkhurst, Andrew and Sheldon Durkee, Joseph Rix, Rufus and Fish, Nathaniel Evans and Daniel Dow Tier. The latter received such


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Hendee, Roswel Parkhurst, Sheldon Durkee, Joseph Rix, Rufus Fi^h, Fish, Nathaniel Evans.


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standing an outbuikiing on the Edward Rix farm that was slam ling on that eventful day. The timbers were then


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fire, it did not bum. Mr. Rix has taken up the original floor, the boards of which were charnil by


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vicinity was that of Deacon Daniel Rix which stooRix and


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of Don Blake's present home. Mrs. Rix and two or three children were taken by Gen. Elias Stevens on his


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Mr. Edward Rix, now living in Royalton, whose father was one of the rescued children, says


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Kix (widow of the late William Rix), who watched from her window. This was her last participation in any public


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which we have already spoken, Mr. Rix says, "1 coukl never describe to you the utter despair which took possession


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other captives. The father of William Rix, Esq., now living in Royalton, was one of these children, an infant two


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''The family of Mr. Daniel Rix had just come into the settlement from Connecticut. Mr. Rix had returne*! to


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succeeded in rescuing was little Jo Rix, who lately died in Michigan at the age of (/) years. Ciarner Rix


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he called them, were coming. Mrs. Rix caught an old horse, improvised a bridle from a skein of yarn, numagnl


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into the settlement from Connecticut. Mr. Rix had returne*! to Connecticut on business, and his wife, with five or six