Born into a family of mariners, he died in the Potomac River.
She had a great ability to locate hard-to-find interviewees.
This Scot was a stone cutter, firefighter & gunpowder-protector in the War of 1812.
On the 22d of December of 1757, Mr. Parlin died, of pleurisy, after an illness of four days. His remains lie beneath the chancel of Wicaco church, by the side of his predecessors, Rudman and Dylander.
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