Robert Goodloe Harper family papers ms. 431 in the Maryland Historical Society. by Robert Goodloe Harper

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Statement[Edited by Bayly Ellen Marks
ContributionsMarks, Bayly Ellen, Maryland Historical Society, United States. National Historical Publications Commission
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Robert Goodloe Harper (–) served in the Revolutionary War and later studied law in Charleston, South Carolina. He was elected to the House of Representatives and served from February to March Robert Goodloe Harper family papers: ms. in the Maryland Historical Society.

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Papers of James A. Bayard, James Asheton Bayard Full view - James Asheton Bayard, Robert Goodloe Harper, Elizabeth Donnan No preview available - The Robert Goodloe Harper Family Papers at the Maryland Historical Society consist of manuscripts belonging to the Harper, Carroll, and Pennington families.

The collection begins in with a file of letters to Richard Croxall on the Baltimore Iron Works and concludes in the twentieth century with papers of various members of the Pennington.

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Papers of James A. Bayard, Author: James Asheton Bayard, Robert Goodloe Harper. HARPER, Robert Goodloe, a Representative from South Carolina and a Senator from Maryland; born near Fredericksburg, Va., in January ; moved with his parents to Granville, N.C., about ; received his early education at home and later attended grammar school; joined a volunteer corps of Cavalry when only fifteen years of age and served in the Revolutionary Army; made a surveying tour.

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Correspondence Respecting Russia: Between Robert Goodloe Harper and Robert Walsh, Jun. Together with the Speech of Mr. Harper, Commemorative of the Russian Victories.

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Senator and Catharine Harper Brother of Charles Carroll Harper; Mary Diana Harper and Emily Louisa Harper. Managed by: Private User Last Updated: March 4, Son of Robert Goodloe Harper and Catharine Kitty Carroll.

Every record I have found states that Robert, Jr. died in while a young man and returning home from his education in Europe. But, as you can see from his tombstone, he apparently did not die until ; I do not know the answer to.

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to his Constituents [on the public affairs of the United States]. Born in Wilkes County, Georgia, USA on 9 February to Henry Quincy Harper and Cassandra Stone. Robert Goodloe Harper married Bessie Thurmond and had 3 children. He passed away on 14 May in Wilkes County, Georgia, USA.

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Robert Goodloe Harper was born in He was the son of Jesse Harper and Emily Diana Goodloe. He served in the American Revolutionary Army at a young age. He graduated from the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) in He then studied law in Charleston, South Carolina, and worked as a school teacher while completing his legal.

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HARPER, Robert Goodloe. An Address from Robert Goodloe Harper, of South Carolina, to His Constituents; Containing His Reasons for Approving the Treaty of Amity, Commerce, and Navigation, with Great Britain. Boston: Printed by Young and Minns, Mercury. Robert Goodloe Harper Pennington (October 9, – Ma ) was an American artist and writer known for his portraits of New York and Newport socialites.

Early life. Pennington was born on October 9, in Baltimore, Maryland and was. Forman Papers, Maryland Historical Society (Text converted and initial EAD tagging provided by Apex Data Services, March ) Forman Papers, Robert Goodloe Harper Family Papers Maryland Historical Society. Contact Information: Manuscripts Department Maryland Historical Society Library West Monument Street Baltimore MD.

"The majority of the papers here presented are a part of the collection of papers of Mr. Richard H. Bayard, of Baltimore."--Pref Included are 14 letters by Robert Goodloe Harper .Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Lieut Robert Goodloe Harper Carroll (31 Jan –20 Jan ), Find a Grave Memorial no.citing New Cathedral Cemetery, Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland, USA ; .Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag Saved in: An address from Robert Goodloe Harper, of South-Carolina, to his constituents, containing his reasons for approving of the treaty of amity, commerce and navigation, with Great-Britain.

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