Mary Emily (Moran) Webster (died 1890)

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Launceston, Australia

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Husband: Godfrey Lamplough Webster

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Emily

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Moran

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Antoinette R Greenlee

Antoinette R Greenlee

Dolores Moran 002

Dolores Moran 002

Dolores Moran 001

Dolores Moran 001

Patt C Moran

Patt C Moran

Elmo Grant Moran Jr.

Elmo Grant Moran Jr.

Brittani M. (Moran) Dunsmore

Brittani M. (Moran) Dunsmore

Margaret E. Gary & Frank D. Johnson, Virginia

Margaret E. Gary & Frank D. Johnson, Virginia

Digitizing a Will in 1937 - Glen Gray, Casa Loma Orchestra

Digitizing a Will in 1937 - Glen Gray, Casa Loma Orchestra

Henry

Henry

Henry and Mary

Henry and Mary

Moran Sisters Maybe

Moran Sisters Maybe

Possible Moran Sister

Possible Moran Sister

Moran sisters from Pittston, PA

Moran sisters from Pittston, PA

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On the family farm Antoinette R Greenlee Dolores Moran 002 Dolores Moran 001

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In 1803, on March 1st, Ohio became the 17th state of the United States. Because Congress never passed a resolution declaring Ohio a state, however, it wasn't until 1953 that Ohio retroactively became an official state.

In 1830, on August 31st, Edwin Beard Budding was granted a patent for the invention of the lawn mower. Budding invented the lawn mower to cut the grass on sports grounds and extensive gardens - it was intended to be a superior alternative to the scythe. His mower was 19 inches wide with a frame made of wrought iron and looked much like a modern push mower.

In 1849, on February 14th, President James Polk had his photograph taken in New York City. He was the first President to have his photo taken.

In 1858, on January 14th, Felice Orsini and others tried - but failed - to assassinate Napoleon III of France. The bombs they set off did kill 8 people - and wounded 142 others. Some of the conspirators were French émigrés who lived in Britain, setting off a short anti-British feeling in France. But the emperor refused to support the sentiment and it died out. Orsini was executed by guillotine on March 13th.

In 1864, on April 22nd, the Coinage Act of 1864 was passed by Congress. It mandated that "In God We Trust" was to be placed on all United States coins and created a 2 cent coin. Later - in 1956 - "In God We Trust" replaced "E Pluribus Unum" - which means out of many, one - as the national motto.

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Mary Emily (Moran) Webster passed away in 1890. No cause of death has been entered for Mary Emily. She married Godfrey Lamplough Webster. We know that Mary Emily (Moran) Webster had been residing in Launceston, Australia.

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