To: Bob Steinbach
From: Bob James
Bob, see the attached folder on Sims Silversmith.
According to it Sims was a silversmith in
Charleston prior to coming to St. "ugustine. Can
we actually verify this??? Is there any further
detailed information relating to Sims or his
operation that could be dug out of our files?????
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i IU there was U
.ims Silver Shop in St. Augnw
ine and he plans to done
25,000 to restore it in the sinm
i his family. It is posbls thpt
Ie silver amith shop and a
.nglsh exhlbltou may be
St. AuptLami, FTwAia
,~r 39, /65
M4. WiUion L. Siw //
Roade 5, Box 252
- Dea /ftl.& Simu:
3 /.ead in tie JS. *"uwuiinie Recod of youAt intefied in
WULian Sima dwo uLAU a diVve&nUjtd. Living in -'ugdiLw in
TAe SVpanUiA cenMauL haken 4Ao4ty afe S,,ain '4 ecoveey
of 2oi"jda- conva&na dte following. emty on pci e 48:
l9u e)a1no Si.id 'unal de A6coh"ia con nimo de tei&iaamd
a loi Dwin iorniyu ILni'ricad i.ene muien. e
Ai4o 4u oficio pla e fo bienre atAn roe neaw
(.b && en una ca pwme da e ma e La ctadw de
la LsLedia 1ion.
7AiA dSocLUfi Lr in i/i I Ue iuacaPta Di4vditor, Lib/anWy of
Cnateas, (a4t F'Lo/ida Papezu, Seziesd 32Yi, C(8uu Resuru, 1784-
/8/4, and Aeowe i4 a p6o&ad&t of U. inU hAe Niidojt.mca Society
Wi lian Sim
.'a iive of scotland, AL4 int!fion W i4 o
4aeZuMA o nAe uA ua in ion. He h a
a wi4e and wrt; Ae i. a jilv.ati.ih, Ae
4za four nrwyP4o; .e LivWe in a bovwundi
AOLLe ine r e block of thA puicWipl oAwto .
-it 4ei nA pecLf4s=tl4 taied Af t A Aiad a SLv. Sop. #H
did n adun A 6te Aaon d4wI A. Uive 6Wt Us. Leatit wu ini ne
Ma"s put of ien. Fe. leadm tian A o af 4. me do d la Reapaq
ftp, A&%<. 22,1 ^,
i, ~~c, ~cS~eT~U~-~I' ~,; ~
5- y/ 7/
74mk ro ZLam wLa A4 am&wu a" p LAd i^ 6.U i fy LmdS, d1eA/78
A lt1. of. dea.Lwt A ALoi* and wany ol pa 6. lM m Ifpqu Byw
L8,1y4 .rd, thigvoaity of Cauimamn a hau, 199, wn papew 285-f96: 5w*
VUL nl d up w df Zep@a 0 ea S4 AAOu tine, OtobeA 37, it.ftA. 25.
,n As Latte. As ao At Any pwaswstfiaU ow efly 4 A6 es4 4tanldd f* mwe
6oe.Lwncy Ad pwcl;asUaton pdb ide on At /4. A of A* ~ ma n o, in ewwepma
of Ai.c4 3 infMl orte Yowt gcoaul cy 6da- a ampswAKeuive canuu fc aUll e stULkA
inAabidvaut, wichA 3 naw incLoWe, 1au4 bing dteah wiL6 indiaxWon of Ae name4 and
nawn4. in eadc amily, ;ae runbei of Alavus, howed and cwttie, topeth.ea wd.A me
4neidenoe, occupation and ReliCan of Ath head of ac4d family Ado widAdw t wein
o04 4 undecided about AenuVinjin, under Hiij '4 4s&aL. . .
Whas a man had a Aop Ow place of bu4iread i, id 40o noted in MAe cantm:
p. 45 9etace a4.M eL, native o w gmny . he acu a "wute and poUuLd and
ca4perdet Ahop, AhL pwopeo.i, in thie nall siqawte (Uit4e-j(AnLoie-AviLed ec&ion)
Ahd 4ix 4Aave4, deVLW hAoUes.
p. 47r WiUian i'c(ieaAan: native of' 4eLnrzu. . id a bace4loni and ha4 a mn 4owp,
Aeoded, witiid. Ae inlrabiZs aadcjirjini ijce bauack*. .
p. 5 & oAn Flanapari: aii.ve : SaLand. . tAL a nade a/wo0ae4 and knife makeA. ..
liveY next to 'Ae canelesy o!f Ae paincipai cwwAck, A4ene hae a a4fote fo. diunk
and a Aujiti. .
7ThZnaa imaFsw: *at4ve of alLand. . d ttwide ouznakeaL Liveu in a lasted
/houe in 6Aa/laotie Stwee t.
Yohn 34ahdy: ili.ve of ScoiLanrv, . Ad U iwde aiLLo4, Ae Live4d wLAt Aft
uadie. TailoA. 4ALjinryit. in. .tie A.u.
fte location of Simt bonawoed houie 4i cla4iifite by fuwnten examination. of .Ae
p. 58: Fancid flos.. Ai. t iade minawe, he ha a Ahoue and youwidd uW4ii. Ah
inhabi 4A Vthae 4aseit of eoape beoewe. h&e pinctipaL chuAch and hs. bawvac4.
p. 62 .aobeL T7aLo, %widow, native, of &nland. . occupation l4aundawwe and damw4-
mahke, haw a hou4e and gyundA, het pnope/iy, uAi.cA iAe imnabUit, on At auoe 4id.
of .A& awac ad Ate ptincipi cihawc nwau lAe bawackA.
W. idide ifylid af bi.ing Li S 3,0 A5and If s( rw M./ At ue'4' non, ea
pinyirtn te Ahouie oe.w Sih" LiLv
(GA.) D C. W a.,
~fl~L 9- -
WILLIAM LEE SIMS II
JULY 17, 1965
MRs. DORIS C. WILES
P. 0. Box f848
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
DEAR MRS. WILES:
I AM SO PLEASED WITH YOUR KIND LETTER OF JUNE 30, 1965
AND WITH THE INFORMATION RELATIVE TO WILLIAM SIMS,
NATIVE OF SCOTLAND WHO LIVED IN ST. AUGUSTINE IN 1783.
YOUR SPLENDID DOCUMfENTATION IS JUST THE TYPE OF ASSIST-
ANCE WHICH I WILL NEFD IN APPROACHING SOmE SILVER
MANUFACTURERS, TO ASCERTAIN IF THEY ARE INTERESTED IN
THE RESTORATION PROJECT TO THE EXTENT OF ESTABLISHING
THERE A SILVERSMITH SHOP, PRIMARILY FOR EDUCATIONAL
PURPOSES SHOWING .EFTHODS OF MANUFACTURE AND PROBABLY
WITH THE IDEA OF SELLING ENOUGH MEMENTOS AND OTHER
SILVERWARE TO COVFR EXPENSES.
THE NEXT TIME I AM IN ST. AUGUSTINE, WHICH SHOULDN'T
BE TOO FAR DISTANT, I WILL TELEPHONE YOU FOR AN AP-
POINTMENT TO DISCUSS THIS MATTER FURTHER.
WITH APPRECIATION FOR YOUR THOUGHTFULNESS AND WITH
EVERY GOOD WISH, I AM,
Sr L /
'IC I) .i *.j
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qjce Memorandum SAINT AUGUSTINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY
O~~iC~M~~ntOTO~~dUW *?P~~s~lCL~a :
Muld&4a4 e4U o ul
DAi: AAA to, /66
FROM Doua WiLdd
SUBJECT: j 44 Y MuagA in44 SaMnnah you 4/wtd ve4 tm a&CA0444 a LOLLiit
nois. WiUia S, w u SiJ Simj d u o had a awif and / ac4L (f ui /783 Uq
am a wu,#dALmA.di nidI vne4 lpeqo ed to have b*W cawwnv md of TwudaM
and powbabl4 Left SavcmnaA ca. 1774 posiby fo4t FLotida" make nate fo0 ma
pl.wea. 4a no ke Aud in bu4ineia in SwavanaA wud a paXIfn. ad oe time, laGte
y .ie. 3LF 9 an tyin to idenify4 Ai, wUA a WLUiam Sin hAo uwa hAe in /1783-
Si May hav, been a Misdpe.LLun by VeW Sprnd.A CAeui tA wGA. 1 UIant to pnove Ai4
nane amu not Siw4 b&t Sime ol Sinme ad listed in *&e 9a. pCpewA. Al6o 3 san
-tin9. to find out ciuAe Ae wnt wAta hat le.t AeA muaybe &aaMww, but ceAF*ainty
no baCk to a wu.A a tca4on t nvavwwe ove/ hi Akead. 3 do not 4iaw ato aAkeae hAd
child uau boMn Ate on. in !a. before Ac case Ae4n, 0on4 dWAet MaLe 04 f(maie.
Don't ak e a pial an L'4 i e hapmPt to -ef Ae wne. 7Aank4.
" 102 SAVANNAH
March.1 In August 1803, he offered for sale the lease of a houe
and lot in Broughton Street, "also a valuable young Negro man who
understands making wax and tallow candles."13 Later in the year he
evidently moved his place of business, for in Dec. he gave his lo-
cation as "on the Bay, nearly opposite the Exchange," where he
had for sale watches, jewelry, plated ware, silver plate, china, gun,
pistols, swords, carpets, &c.14 In 1804 he was appointed one of the
three superii.endents of elections for Darby Ward,15 and in 1806
ione of the superintendents for Decker Ward.6 Hie continued at the
.uiAne place of business until March 1806, when he moved to Market
Square, next door to Norman McLeod's Vendue Store.'7
In May 1806, there was advertised a marshal's sale of two Ne-
groes, plated ware, jewelry, household and kitchen furniture, the
property of Joseph Rice, levied to satisfy an execution in favor of
John Hill. This sale, scheduled for July, was later postponed until?
December.'1 Rice, in the meantime continued to advertise his bus-
iness, mpldiLii..g the arrival of new goods.
Joseph Rice died in Savannah on July 9, 1807,19 and within
thirteen months a son of 17 and a daughter of 19 also died.20 His
\iow., Mis Ann RiFe, continued the business for a while.21
SIME & M()SES (1768-1769) published the following.advertise-
inmtli *,n April 27. 1768: "Willi.in Sirne and Jacob Moses, Gold-
'nuitl and Jewv!ess froi n I.ondon. Take this method to inform the
public that the v intend ia .rninig on their business in all its branches,
;as thly h:vec brought proper tools for that purpose. Gentlemen and
l.ai(dws \\Ih please to favor them with their custom may depend on
1. %I,.' their work ( xccuttd in the neatest manner and at the short.
est rnoitic, at their shop next door to Mrs.Rutheriford's in Broughtor
Street. N lI Most money for old gold, silver .and lace."I
Evidently this partnership did not last long, for in March 176!
Sinie advertised independently.2 This firm worked in Savannah.
WILLIAM SIME was a member of the firm of Sime & Mose
of Savannah as early as April 27, 1768, but was advertising index
pendently the first of the following year, at the stand formerly oc
cupied by the above firm. He carried on the goldsmith's and jewel
ry business in all its branches. "IHe makes mourning rings, mount
and repairs swords, jewelry made and mended superior to any im
ported. Having practiced in the metropolis of Great Britain, he flat
ters himself he can do justice to his employers. He returns thank
for those who have favored him with custom. A youth about thirteen
or fourteen years of age, who can be well recommended, is wanted
as an apprentice."I
On April 20, 1774, he announced that the business lately carrie
on by Wright & Sime was then carried on by William Sime who r
***!.. ** ".-.vs^r
SILVERSMITHS OF GEORGIA
turned thanks for past favors. Having got proper workmen he be-
lieved he would be able to give satisfaction, and those who might
be pleased to employ him might depend on the utmost punctuality,
and on having their work in the Jeweler and Goldsmith way done in
the neatest manner. He engraved crests, arms, motto rings, and
seals.2 The following January he advertised a toward of twenty
shillings for the return of a bright bay gelding and a black mare
which had strayed from the common of Savannah.3
William Sime was one of a large number who signed resolutions
of loyalty to the Crown on September 7, 1774.4 By act of the legis-
lature, passed March 1, 1778, over one hundred persons, of whom
.William Simes (? was one, were adjudged guilty of high treason, for
which on conviction they should be punished by death and have their
propc'rty forteited.5 Sine had probably left the co!on) before this
JOHN P. SMIITH 17''1-1820) was a nati\ oi Ilhimkimer. N. Y.,
and came ro S.i:aunnah in 1820, when he brcarnm a member of the
firm of I). B Nic hols & Co., on June 13 of that y ar.1 He died in
Savannah on the following Aug. 17.2
SPEAK & JONES advertised a watch and jewelry store at the
o(uth side of Mornunrm-nt Squar,. Sava.nah, on Jan. 8, 1841. Jewel-
ry was made t+, ,nier and repaired, and atten-ntion w as given to
watches and silverware.1 Evid nitly this business did not co.:tiliui
IAMES SI EWART ; 1787 1811 : v;.a : silvheriinith i'i Sliviannah
lie was bon in Scotland and came to (Gorgia as early as 1807,
when in Au'NI ist of tl,,it year John P'UaiMn, vho si be ,tit ol
thi" State for .i f-'' months, appointed him a, !. ,ittil niy. lriu;l\
auth it zed to tran.s,t.t his bu'in 's for hinii dIuII g t.is atl)-. in c.1
Stca\;irt di in Sav.rinnah ,n Sept. 28, 1i I11.2-
PIERCE SI )' .1803-i827, v a silv rstii:|ii %tNo vn ,1n to1
Savannah tion Pen,1>\lvania. the state o1 his n.tivit,.' Judginu troin
his catly death, he Cr tod not hav \ work, d long in S. i:mnah; ih, dirdr
there Nov. 7. 1827.1 The following rn-tice apj ~ied tei- morning
ai his death: Ihe friends and acquaintanc-s f lh enry \V. Stoy and
those of his hroth i P. Stoy are requested to attendl tih funeral of the
latter this wiforninit at 10 o'clock front the residence if Mr. 11. V.
Rowell, corner of Last and South Broad Streets."'
Wc naturally wonder if, in addition to hi brother, lenrv W. Stov,
of Savannah. Frederick Stoy, who w:i, .a slivrsinith and a watch-
maker of Augusta ,and who,died their in laic 1821 or early 1822,
might have ,been another brother.
l 97 *> /7 3 /, J*
Jc-t .3 J
Anthony R Piulin I -Annals of Georgia, Mortuary Records.
John Pearson. I--S. G C. Ensko, American Silversmiths and Their Marks,
3 p. 104 2--Columbian Museum & Savannah Advertiser, Dec. 14. 1802,
O( t 5, 1803. 3- -Abstract of Wills Chatham Co., p. 165. 4--Columbian Mus-
eu n & Savannah Advertiser, Mar. 14, 1806. 5.- Ibid., Aug. 18, 1807. 6-
Republican & Savannah Evening Ledger, Dec 8. 1808. 7---Columbian Mu-
seum & Savannah Advertiser, Dec. 6, 1810. 8--Republican, Mar 10, 1814.
9- Republican & Savannah Evenin4 Ledger, Aug. 31, 1809. 10---Chatham
Co eds. CC p. 432. l--Columbian Museum &r Savannah Daily Gazette,
Nov. 19, 1817. 12- Ibid. Feb. 18. 1818. 13--Mdrriagt Records Abstracts
Chathamu Co., p b5
Josiah. Infield 1 -Letter of Frederick Marquand, Georgia Historical So-
ci.r 2 Rfepublcan & Savannah Evening Ledger, May 29, 1810. 3- Mar-
ii:i gi K
cords 3 S S (;;arri.on, ]fsiah Penfield. 6 --Colurmbian Museum & Savan-
nah Daiv Gaz, tte, J.I. 7, 1820. 7- Savannah Georgian, May 19, 1826. 8-
Culumhbin Museu;m & Savannah D,ai Gaztle., Jan. 13, 1820 9-Letter of
Frtd,.i, k Marquand. (Georgia Historical Socicty, The Georgian, Sept. 23,
1828. savc tt, t ate of dathl as Sept. 11. 10- Chatham Co. Estates, File 83.
11 Col,:.i/i,; n MAl,.uni & Savannah Daily Gazette, Aug 12. 1819. Aug. 5,
18H2 The ;tnorKian, A\u. 24, 1823. 12- The Georgian, Feb. 26, 1819. 13-
lit, Api i, i82'. 14- -Columbian Muieum & Savannah Daily Gazette,
S) J2' 1810 1", Savannah Museum, Jan. 8, 1822. Jan. 8. 1823. 16- -The
,orNi'i Mur 8. 1825. 1' Ibid, Feb. 10. 1821. 18 Republican & Savan-
1., I i,r Ledger, J,ti 10. 1811. Nov. 16, 1811. 19--lbid, Dec. 24, 1812
0 I i.,. rigtn. May 7, 1822 Re-clected yearlv to 1826 21 -Ibid., Aug.
J :' dwil i. ( I C(;olurbiian Museum & Savannah Daily Gazette, Jan
!7. I 2.' Ibid., Jan. 13 1820. 3 Ibid., Feb. 5, 1820. 4- Ibid., Aug. 24,
i Repubioran. Aug 29, 1822 6 Georgian, May 19. 182b 7. Ibid.. Dec.
.Ai 1, Riwi. I Annals of Gcorgia. Mortuary Records.
Jotplh Kitc 1 Pleasants & Sill, Maryland Silveutnith., pp 171-173.
2 -C(. rI,,.b n Mu umrn & Savannah Advertise, July 12, 1799. :---bid.,
Oct 18. 17991 4--Georgia Gazette, Jan. 30, 1800 5--Ibid., June 18, 1801.
6- ,(lu',r,,ian Museunm & Savannah Advertiser, Oct. 30, 1801 7-Ibid.,
Jut I) 1801 8- -Ibid Aug. 18, .1801 9---Ibid, Jan. 19, 1802 10 -Au-
pusta (hronicle, Mav 29. 1802. I1--Columbian Museum & Savannah Ad-
rerIltl,, Dec. 10, 1802. 12 -Georgia Republican & State Intelligencer, Jan.
19; 180: 13- Columbian Museum & Savannah Advertiser, Aug. 13, 1803
14 -Ibid.. Dec. 7. 1803. 15---Georgia Republican & State Irtelligencer,
June 19 18114 16- Columbian Museum & Savannah Advertiser, June 18,
1806. 17 -Southern Patriot, Mar. 24, 1806. 18- Columbian Museum & So.
vannah Advertiser, May 31 and Nov. 5, 1806. 19-C. P. Wilson, Mortuary
Records. p. 34. 20--Columbian Museum & Savannah Advertiser, Oct. 7 and
I 181)8 21- Ibid.. Mar. 1, 1808.
Sime & Moses. ---Georgia Gazette, Apr. 27, 1768. 2-Ibid.. Mar. I,
Williain Sime. 1-Georgia Gazette, Mar. 1, 1769. 2-1 id., Apr. 20, 1774.
3-- Ibil., Sept. 7. 1774. 4-Ibid., Jan. 25, 1775. 5---A. D. Chandler, Re-
volutionary Records of the State of Georgia, pp. 326ff. V'.L, /
John P. Smith. ---Columbian Muesum & Savannah Daily Gazette, Juc
13, 1820. 2-Georgia*, Aug. 19, 1820.
Spear & Jones. -Savannah Daily Republican, Jan. 8. Mar. 3. and May
7, 1 84 1.
James Stewart. I--Columbian Museum & Saeasanm Advertiser, Aug. 18,
1807 2-Annals of Georgia, Mortuary Records, D. 64.
Pierre Stoy. 1--Annals of Georgia. Mortuary Records. 2- The Georki.m,
Nov 7, 1827. .
SIBLEY & MARBLE
Sibley & Marble (c. 180i-1806)
New Haven, Conn.
Bibl. 16, 23, 24, 25, 28, 29, 36,
S & M
Asa Sibley (b. 1764)
Woodstock, Conn. (c. 1787)
Walpole, N.H. (c. 1807-1808)
Rochester, N.Y. (c. 1827)
Bibl. 41, 44
Clark Sibley (b. 1778-d. 1808)
New Haven, Conn.
Sibley & Marble (c. 1801-1806)
Bibl. 15, 16, 23, 24, 25, 28,
James Sibley (b. 1779-d. 1865)
Great Barrington, Mass.
Albany, N.Y. (c. 1801-1803)
Canandaigua, N.Y. (c. 1803.
Ann Arbor, Mich. (c. 1843-
Rochester, N.Y. (c. 1847.1850)
Detroit, Mich. (?)
Bibl. 20, 40, 41
John Sibley (c. 1810)
New Haven, Conn.
Bibl. 23, 24, 25, 29, 36, 44
1 J. SIBLEY
O. E. Sibley (c. 1836.1848)
Buffalo, N.Y. (c. 1847-1848)
Sibley & Adams (c. 1847.1848)
Bibl. 20, 79
R. J. Sibley (c. 1850)
Stephen Sibley (c. 1795)
Great Barrington, Mass.
Joseph Siddall (c. 1846.1847)
John Siddons (c. 1841-1850)
Josiah C. Siddons (c. 1835.
Lawrence L. Siddons ,(c. 1852-
Michael Siebenlist (c. 1846.
Amos Sigler (c. 1847-1850)
Bibl. 3, 23
Sigourney & Hitchcock (after
Watertown, N Y.
Sigourney & Turner (c. 1838-
Alonzo B. Turner
Alanson P. Sigourney (c.
W. H. & A. P. Sigourney
W. H. Sigourney & Co. (c.
William H. Sigourney
W. H. & A. P. Sigourney (c.
Alanson P. Sigourney
William H. Sigdurney
William H. Sigourney (c.
W. H. & A. P. Sigourney (c
W. H. Sigourney & Co. (c.
William Sikler (c. 1850)
H. Sill (c. 1840-1850)
New York, N.Y.
Bibl. 15, 25, 44
H. & R. W. Sill (c. 1840- )
New York. N.Y.
Bibl. 15, 25, 44
Hezekiah Silliman (b. 1738-d.
New Haven, Conn.
Cutler. Silliman, Ward & Co.
Bibl. 15, 16, 23, 24, 25, 28, 36,
Silverthorn & Clift (c. 1857-
Silverthorn & Clift
Henry Silverthorn (b. 1810-d.
Baltimore, Md. (1832-1837)
l.ynchburg, Va. (1842-1897)
Silerthorn & Clift (c. 1857-
Bihl. 19, 54
Henry T. Silverthorn (c. 1850)
Sime & Moses (c. 1768.1769)
Birmingham, Ga. (?)
Bibl. 17, 23, 36
William Sime (c. 1768-1778)
Birmingham, Ga. (?)
Sime & Moses (c. 1768.1769)
-1---L-Y-.~I_. ~-I~L~BYY -~I --.~ICLLI~L~CCILILLI~- ...- ...-i-l
alt I IAM SIMIt
W right & Sime (c. 1774)
Bibl. 17, 21. 44
William Sines (b. 1773-d.
Bibl. 15, 23, 24, 25. 28. 29, 36,
Sinimon(s) & Alexander (c
Bibl I1, 23. 21. -'. 29. 6, 4
TALEX A NDE'J
(See Andrew Simmons)
Simnmon% & Willidmson (c.
Samuel Williamson (7)
Bibl 25, 44
Abel Simmons (c. 1836)
Andrew Simmons (Simmonds)
Bib?. 3, 23, 28, 36
Anthony Simmiu4 (e. 1797-
Simmlos &' Willlamson (4.
S.n'mon(s) & Alexander (c.
I'98-1i8 4 1
H il 1. 4. I; 2 3 24. 28. 29. t36,
19 44, 54, 81
J A Simmons (c. 1805.
\c Yo'rk. N Y
ihlil 15 2 .4. 28, 29. 36. 44.
' I S [ J At A SI, O'.So
liai.r & Illna i0,S (C. ],~I5.1-10)
"."'. ~ .rk. N Y
'ib i 2 .r 2 2A, 29.:. 36,
.* *.f Sa i.rlor., IL .)
I'h- J !phia Pa.
[htl 3. 44
Jt-.rph Sriirlonn, i.
ih 23 3t). 44
Pe'Le: San;n,3n's '" 1817)
Ne%' York, N .
Bibl. I1 21, 16. 44
Robert H Sirnmons (c 18h7-
Philad( lphL. Pa
S. Simmon; Ic. 1797)
Sir.mions &' Alexander (c. 1798-
Bib' 23, 24, 25, 23, 36, 44
John SimneL (c. 1783)
Ilhan, N Y.
Eliidh Simons (c 1804-1810)
Sag Harbor, N.Y.
George W Simons (c. 1.9-4.
Bibl. 3, 23
I.OM D SIMPSON
(SCCc Miron.I & Si.i ,kini
Iname Sinipkin,, (I 1R45-1946)
L.ouii Vile, Ky
Ih,'ni.. B iron ',i'i'kin (1.
l "1.1-d. 1 ,411-
11 fon. f.1l-
B1 1l 4. P ; 1 4. ., 2S. 24
i, 4h 1 -
J iln.',fi .ar l si, i: c 8, 21
BIN 2. 1I. 29 U ', '8 2'
16, 44 5 ""
Sinr.sin X Recg..l 1848)
AlIbny. N Y
Bibl 2'J. 2:, 2b 44
S.mnpson & ir,- ,c. If. i'.1ef
Ale\v nd' i .r'.1 ,- 179sv.
Hacersto ur. Ml1
Bibl 3 E
David Srryson (: 1iJ'-l185a