3 edition of Protestant Orphan Asylum of Natchez, Mississippi. found in the catalog.
Protestant Orphan Asylum of Natchez, Mississippi.
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Protestant Orphan Asylum Wayne County, Michigan, A.D. * 1. Barth, August Head M W 38 M2 6 -- -- Fr German Ger German Ger German Na English Supt. of Childrens Home W No 0 Yes Yes . The hospital was first opened in in order to combat a smallpox outbreak. Originally named Vicksburg’s City Hospital, the facility was later used during the Civil War to treat injured soldiers, and in , played a major role during the Yellow Fever Epidemic, which claimed the lives of 16 doctors and six Catholic Sisters of : Daniella Dirienzo.
Sent to St. Vincent's Infant Orphan Asylum, corner Race & Magazine. 07/14/ Elizabeth Ward: 95 Palmyra St. near corner of Johnson: Orlando Ward: 1 month: Father living Jas. Ward abandoned the mother. Mother having to work from home, unable to provide care for the child. Sent to St. V. I. O. Asylum, corner Race & Magazine. 07/15/ Remy Clark. The St. Louis Protestant Orphan Asylum was established in as a direct response to the growing number of homeless children created by the westward movement and the cholera epidemic. It was a united effort of Presbyterian, Episcopal and Methodist congregations.
About that time, a committee was formed to select a new site for the Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum. In November , the committee met at the Archbishop's residence and decided to acquire from the Bailey estate a tract of about 28 acres, most of which was between Sedgwick Avenue and the Harlem River in the Fordham Heights section of The Bronx. The Cleveland Protestant Orphan Asylum (CPOA, later renamed BeechBrook) was established by a religious organization, as many were in this era, and began with what is often described as a child-rescue mission. The Annual Report of CPOA demonstrates their original purpose of " sheltering orphaned and destitute children.".
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Get this from a library. Natchez Protestant Orphan Asylum Protestant Orphan Asylum of Natchez, [C M Fowler, Mrs.; Natchez Protestant Orphan Asylum.] -- Deed conveys property owned by Mrs. C.M. Fowler to the asylum. Their Natchez Academy opened with 10 children, a teacher, and a matron for the orphans boarding with local families.
Ina building to house the orphans was finished and later came to be called the Protestant Orphan Asylum of Natchez. Later still, the name was changed to Natchez Children's Home. Return to the Table of Contents. SAINT JOSEPH GERMAN PROTESTANT ASYLUM -State, between Camp and Chestnut (Burtheville).
SAINT MARY'S ORPHAN BOYS' ASYLUM -Chartres, between Mazant and French Avenue. ——Source 2. -SAINT MARY'S ORPHAN ASYLUM (Catholic), at the corner of Chartres and Mazant streets, was established in Volume Admissions book of the Protestant Episcopal Orphan Asylum, Volume Admissions book of the Protestant Episcopal Orphan Asylum, July - September Volume Admissions book of the Protestant Episcopal Orphan Asylum, Volume Register and scrapbook of the Home of the Innocents, July 1 - January.
The Protestant Children's Home, also known as the Protestant Orphans' Asylum, is a historic orphanage building in Mobile, Alabama, United was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on J In the building was leased to the Infant Mystics society which began using it as a meeting lodge, renaming the place Cotton on: Dauphin Street, Mobile, Alabama.
Natchez. Catholic Boy's Orphanage. Founded Female Charitable Society. Founded on Ma to assist poor children, orphans and widows. Incorportated on Februconstructed a house for the orphans in m and and changed its name to. General Protestant Orphan Home Records. Mss Creator General Protestant Orphan Home (Author/Creator) Abstract The General Protestant Orphan Home was established in The collection contains board minutes, correspondence, scrapbooks and admission records, File Size: KB.
The Protestant orphan asylum dates back to Mawhen a few ladies of Natchez met together and organized an association for providing a home for the friendless children of the state, the result of which was the establishment of the Protestant orphan asylum, an institution which, through all these years, a period marked with the.
This lengthy volume, History of Nashville, Tennessee, was produced by the publishing House of the Methodist Episcopal Church in It was subtitled: With Full Outline of the Natural Advantages, Accounts of the Mound Builders, Indian Tribes, Early Settlement, Organization of the Mero District, and General and Particular History of the City Down to the Present Time.
Orphan's fair at Natchez, Miss.: for the Boys' Asylum, under the Brothers of Christian Instruction, and the Girls' Asylum, under the Sisters of Charity, February, arrangements agreed on for ladies soliciting subscriptions by Catholic Church (Book).
Orphan Asylum) - The Camp Street Asylum is one of the largest in the city and is managed by the Sisters of Charity.
It was founded in by Sister Regis and is designed as an asylum to educate German Protestant Orphan Asylum, St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum - under the auspices of the Sisters of Notre Dame, Lafon Orphan Boy's Home, Liners.
Sent to St. Vincent Inft Orphan Asylum. The mother of the child a deceived by a person under promise of marriage. She seems like a modest woman and being without friends is unable with the child to find employment.
Natchez Catholic Boy's Orphanage Founded Female Charitable Society (Natchez) Founded on Ma to assist poor children, orphans and widows. Incorportated on Februconstructed a house for the orphans in m and and changed its name to the Protestant Orphan Asylum of Natchez in A visit to Natchez, the jewel of the Mississippi River, will truly feel like coming home.
With genuine Southern hospitality and over years of fascinating history, fabulous food, & rich, diverse culture, Natchez is a premier travel destination like no other. In the late 18th century, Natchez was the starting point of the Natchez Trace overland route, a Native American trail that followed a path established by migrating animals, most likely buffalo, which ran from Natchez to Nashville through what are now Mississippi, Alabama, and e and goods were transported on the Mississippi River by the flatboatmen and keelboatmen, who usually.
Protestant Orphan Asylum, San Francisco Contributor Names Lawrence & Houseworth, publisher Created / Published Pictorial sketch-book of Pennsylvania | Its scenery, internal improvements, resources, and agriculture, populary described The fourth part has separate t.-p.: Locomotive sketches, with pen and pencil.
Protestant Home for Boys Protestant Orphan Asylum of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Pythian Home of Pennsylvania Queen Esther Home for Children Raphael Temporary Home Roselia Foundling Asylum and Maternity Hospital St.
Ann's Day Nursery St. Anthony's Village Orphanage St. John's Lutheran Home St. Joseph's German Orphan Asylum. The Protestant Orphan Asylum. May 6, of the Sooiety for the Relief of Half-orphan and Destitute Children shows that 88 children have been admitted to the asylum during the year, served by the asylum and changes in goals, philosophies, and programs.
Changes within the institution are also related to social and economic developments in the St. Louis community. to Inwhen the Protestant Orphan Asylum was founded, St.
Louis was in a period of rapid growth. Between and the population. The Creepy Small Town In Mississippi With Insane Paranormal Activity. Notoriously haunted locales are scattered throughout Mississippi. Just about every town has some sort of local legend or spooky tale associated with it; however, there is one town that is definitely more haunted than the : Daniella Dirienzo.
St. Louis Protestant Orphan Asylum Webster Groves, Central Township St. Louis County, Missouri, A.D. * 1 Clapp Anna Matron W F Nov 52 S N York Eng Holl Matron Orphans 0 Y Y Y O F F 26 2 Engelmann Lydia Teacher W F Setp 22 S Miss Ger Ger Teacher 0 Y Y Y 3 Dressell Elizabeth H Mother W F Sept 45 W 0 0 Ind N York Mass House Mother 0 Y Y Y 4 Buchanan Mary Cook W F .New Orleans Female Orphan Asylum Minute Book in Associated Catholic Charities, New Orleans.
Protestant Children's Home Minutes, onwards in Protestant Orphans Home, Fourth District. St Mary's Orphan Boys' Home Registers from in Associated Catholic Charities, New Orleans. Society for the Relief of Destitute Orphan Boys.Protestant Orphanage Records, linear feet. TSLA. This collection is composed of material dealing with the Protestant Orphanage (first known as Protestant Orphan Asylum) located in Nashville.
The institution was originally chartered by the Tennessee State Legislature in