Research in Progress Laura Wolcott Gibbs

Original Source of research: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/28384/28384-h/28384-h.htm Another gentlewoman of the same period was Mrs. Laura Wolcott Gibbs, wife of Colonel George Gibbs of Newport. The first Oliver Wolcott, a Signer, Governor of Connecticut and General in the Revolutionary War, was her grandfather; while the second of the same name, Secretary of the Treasury under Washington and […]

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In Progress Research Laura Wolcott Gibbs [d’Oremieulx]

Source of research: https://archive.org/details/topointunitedsta0000papp/page/84/mode/2up?q=Theophile+D%27oremieulx Page 265 Normally, a band concert was held each week, out of doors during the warmer months, in the fencing room during the winter. Bandmaster and Professor of Music Apelles always presided. Mrs. Theophile D’Oremieulx, whose husband was a civilian French instructor, in her memoirs praised Apelles for bringing the band […]

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