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Dr. Joseph Wheeler
Dr. Joseph Wheeler
Dr. Joseph Wheeler 
 
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Dorothy Mildred Stearns
Dorothy Mildred Stearns
Dorothy Mildred Stearns 
 
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Dorothy Mildred Stearns
Dorothy Mildred Stearns
Dorothy Mildred Stearns 
 
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Dorothy Mildred Stearns
Dorothy Mildred Stearns
Dorothy Mildred Stearns 
 
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Edith Wheeler Kingsbury
Edith Wheeler Kingsbury
Edith Wheeler Kingsbury 
 
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Edith Wheeler Kingsbury
Edith Wheeler Kingsbury
Edith Wheeler Kingsbury 
 
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Edith Wheeler Kingsbury
Edith Wheeler Kingsbury
Edith Wheeler Kingsbury 
 
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Edith Wheeler Kingsbury
Edith Wheeler Kingsbury
Edith Wheeler Kingsbury 
 
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Ellen Tilden
Ellen Tilden
Ellen Tilden 
 
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Ellen Tilden
Ellen Tilden
Ellen Tilden 
 
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Ellen Tilden
Ellen Tilden
Ellen Tilden 
 
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Enid Wyman and Husband Robert Ford
Enid Wyman and Husband Robert Ford
Enid Wyman and Husband Robert Ford  
 
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Ernest Newell Wyman
Ernest Newell Wyman
Ernest Newell Wyman 
 
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Ernest Newell Wyman 1924
Ernest Newell Wyman 1924
Ernest Newell Wyman 
 
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Ernest Newell Wyman
Ernest Newell Wyman
Ernest Newell Wyman 
 
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Ernest Newell Wyman
Ernest Newell Wyman
Ernest Newell Wyman 
 
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Throng Family
Throng Family
Standing is Florence Edna Wyman Thorng and her husband Frederick Hancock Thorng. Seated left to right is Franklin Kent Tucker (in Civil War uniform) hold Natalie Adelaide Thorng, Jennie Tucker Wyman and John Edwin Wyman. Picture taken in 1912 
 
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Florence Edna (Wyman) Thorng
Florence Edna (Wyman) Thorng
Daughter of John Edwin and Jennie Tucker Wyman 
 
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Franklin Kent Tucker
Franklin Kent Tucker
Franklin Kent Tucker 
 
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Frederick Kingsbury
Frederick Kingsbury
Frederick Kingsbury 
 
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Frederick Kingsbury
Frederick Kingsbury
Frederick Kingsbury 
 
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Frederick Kingsbury
Frederick Kingsbury
Frederick Kingsbury 
 
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Harriet Ada Tilden
Harriet Ada Tilden
Harriet Ada Tilden 
 
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Harriet Wyman Wheeler
Harriet Wyman Wheeler
Harriet Wyman Wheeler 
 
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Harriet Wyman Wheeler
Harriet Wyman Wheeler
Harriet Wyman Wheeler 
 
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Harriet Wyman Wheeler Tilden
Harriet Wyman Wheeler Tilden
Harriet Wyman Wheeler Tilden 
 
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Harriet Wyman Wheeler Tilden
Harriet Wyman Wheeler Tilden
Harriet Wyman Wheeler Tilden 
 
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Harriet Wyman Wheeler Tilden
Harriet Wyman Wheeler Tilden
Harriet Wyman Wheeler Tilden 
 
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Isaac Wyman
Isaac Wyman
Isaac Wyman Memorial Card 1797 - 1892 
 
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Jean Wyman and brother Gordon Hopkins Wyman
Jean Wyman and brother Gordon Hopkins Wyman
Jean Wyman and brother Gordon Hopkins Wyman 
 
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Jenny Abigail Wyman
Jenny Abigail Wyman
Jenny Abigail Wyman 
 
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John Edwin Wyman
John Edwin Wyman
John Edwin Wyman 
 
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Louise Mae Wyman
Louise Mae Wyman
Louise Mae Wyman 
 
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Louise Mae Wyman
Louise Mae Wyman
Louise Mae Wyman 
 
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Margaret Tilden Watson
Margaret Tilden Watson
Margaret Tilden Watson 
 
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Mattie Belle LaPlant
Mattie Belle LaPlant
Mattie Belle LaPlant 
 
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Maynard Stearns Wyman
Maynard Stearns Wyman
Maynard Stearns Wyman 
 
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Maynard Stearns Wyman
Maynard Stearns Wyman
Maynard Stearns Wyman 
 
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Maynard Stearns Wyman
Maynard Stearns Wyman
Maynard Stearns Wyman 
 
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Nellie M. (Wyman) Fox
Nellie M. (Wyman) Fox
spouse of Roswell Schuyler Fox 
 
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Rear Admiral Robert Harris Wyman
Rear Admiral Robert Harris Wyman
Rear Admiral Robert Harris Wyman 1822 - 1882 
 
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Samuel L. Wyman
Samuel L. Wyman
Samuel L. Wyman 
 
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Samuel L Wyman
Samuel L Wyman
Samuel L Wyman 
 
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William Harry Watson
William Harry Watson
William Harry Watson 
 
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Wyman Tavern
Wyman Tavern
The Wyman Tavern Keene, New Hampshire Built in 1762 this typical colonial homestead for many years was a leading New Hampshire Tavern. Its significance in history was in providing the meeting place for the organization of Dartmouth College in 1770 and a key rallying point for the area Minutemen in 1775. It is now appropriately maintained by the Historical Society of Cheshire County. 
 
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Wyman Tavern
Wyman Tavern
The Wyman Tavern Keene, New Hampshire Built in 1762 this typical colonial homestead for many years was a leading New Hampshire Tavern. Its significance in history was in providing the meeting place for the organization of Dartmouth College in 1770 and a key rallying point for the area Minutemen in 1775. It is now appropriately maintained by the Historical Society of Cheshire County. 
 
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Wyman Tavern
Wyman Tavern
The Wyman Tavern Keene, New Hampshire Built in 1762 this typical colonial homestead for many years was a leading New Hampshire Tavern. Its significance in history was in providing the meeting place for the organization of Dartmouth College in 1770 and a key rallying point for the area Minutemen in 1775. It is now appropriately maintained by the Historical Society of Cheshire County. 
 
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Wyman Tavern
Wyman Tavern
The Wyman Tavern Keene, New Hampshire Built in 1762 this typical colonial homestead for many years was a leading New Hampshire Tavern. Its significance in history was in providing the meeting place for the organization of Dartmouth College in 1770 and a key rallying point for the area Minutemen in 1775. It is now appropriately maintained by the Historical Society of Cheshire County. 
 
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Wyman Tavern
Wyman Tavern
The Wyman Tavern Keene, New Hampshire Built in 1762 this typical colonial homestead for many years was a leading New Hampshire Tavern. Its significance in history was in providing the meeting place for the organization of Dartmouth College in 1770 and a key rallying point for the area Minutemen in 1775. It is now appropriately maintained by the Historical Society of Cheshire County. 
 
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Wyman Tavern
Wyman Tavern
The Wyman Tavern Keene, New Hampshire Built in 1762 this typical colonial homestead for many years was a leading New Hampshire Tavern. Its significance in history was in providing the meeting place for the organization of Dartmouth College in 1770 and a key rallying point for the area Minutemen in 1775. It is now appropriately maintained by the Historical Society of Cheshire County. 
 
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Wyman Tavern
Wyman Tavern
The Wyman Tavern Keene, New Hampshire Built in 1762 this typical colonial homestead for many years was a leading New Hampshire Tavern. Its significance in history was in providing the meeting place for the organization of Dartmouth College in 1770 and a key rallying point for the area Minutemen in 1775. It is now appropriately maintained by the Historical Society of Cheshire County. 
 
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Wyman Tavern
Wyman Tavern
The Wyman Tavern Keene, New Hampshire Built in 1762 this typical colonial homestead for many years was a leading New Hampshire Tavern. Its significance in history was in providing the meeting place for the organization of Dartmouth College in 1770 and a key rallying point for the area Minutemen in 1775. It is now appropriately maintained by the Historical Society of Cheshire County. 
 
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Wyman Tavern
Wyman Tavern
The Wyman Tavern Keene, New Hampshire Built in 1762 this typical colonial homestead for many years was a leading New Hampshire Tavern. Its significance in history was in providing the meeting place for the organization of Dartmouth College in 1770 and a key rallying point for the area Minutemen in 1775. It is now appropriately maintained by the Historical Society of Cheshire County. 
 
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Wyman Tavern
Wyman Tavern
The Wyman Tavern Keene, New Hampshire Built in 1762 this typical colonial homestead for many years was a leading New Hampshire Tavern. Its significance in history was in providing the meeting place for the organization of Dartmouth College in 1770 and a key rallying point for the area Minutemen in 1775. It is now appropriately maintained by the Historical Society of Cheshire County. 
 
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Wyman Tavern
Wyman Tavern
The Wyman Tavern Keene, New Hampshire Built in 1762 this typical colonial homestead for many years was a leading New Hampshire Tavern. Its significance in history was in providing the meeting place for the organization of Dartmouth College in 1770 and a key rallying point for the area Minutemen in 1775. It is now appropriately maintained by the Historical Society of Cheshire County. 
 
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Wyman Tavern Plate
Wyman Tavern Plate
The Wyman Tavern Keene, New Hampshire Built in 1762 this typical colonial homestead for many years was a leading New Hampshire Tavern. Its significance in history was in providing the meeting place for the organization of Dartmouth College in 1770 and a key rallying point for the area Minutemen in 1775. It is now appropriately maintained by the Historical Society of Cheshire County.