Thomas Williams et al. account book, 1776-1778.

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Williams, Thomas. Thomas Williams et al. account book, 1776-1778.

Thomas Williams et al. account book, 1776-1778.

Thomas Williams, Benjamin Huntington, Jr., Jedidiah Lathrop, Levi Huntington and Felix Huntington formed a partnership in 1776 to manufacture saltpeter. The factory was probably near either Norwich or New London, Connecticut. In the volume they recorded accounts for work, travel, boards, nails, rum, hooks and eyes for the Great Gate, trying Town House dust, cider, pulling down a chimney, watching the mason, digging dust, and procuring tubs, ashes, barrels and tending kettles.

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Huntington, Levi.

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Williams, Thomas E.

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Colonel Thomas E. Williams had a Marine Corps career that stretched from 1941-1962. He was in the Pacific during World War II, and then he was assigned to Europe. He assumed his first major Cold War command of the Camp Matthews weapons training regiment in 1956. He was posted to China, Europe, and the Army War College. He was involved in intelligence and worked with the CIA. From the description of Thomas E. Williams papers, 1940-1985. (University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center...

Huntington, Benjamin, 1736-1800

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Huntington, Felix, b. ca. 1750.

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Lathrop, Jedidiah.

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