Mildred (Hart) Rountree (died 1814)

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Mildred (Hart) Rountree
? - 1814 (edit)
updated February 06, 2019
Mildred Hart Rountree was born into the Hart family and married into the Rountree family. She died in 1814 in .

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1814 World Events

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In 1800, Alessandro Volta presented his findings about the first electrical battery, proving that electricity could be generated chemically and debunking the widely held theory that electricity was generated solely by living beings.

In 1803, on October 20th, Congress ratified the Louisiana Purchase. The United States agreed to pay France $15 million for the Louisiana Territory - an area of about 830,000 sq miles. This one act doubled the size of the United States.

In 1814, in the year of Mildred Hart Rountree's passing, on September 14th, Francis Scott Key wrote what we now know as the lyrics of the Star-Spangled Banner while he watched the British attack on Fort McHenry in Baltimore Harbor. He originally wrote a poem titled "Defence of Fort M'Henry". The lyrics of the poem were then set to the tune of a popular English song. It wasn't until 1931 that the song became the official national anthem of the United States.

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Other Mildred Rountrees

Mildred M Rountree
Jan 13, 1921 - Jan 26, 2010
Hertford, NC
Mildred L Rountree
Dec 23, 1916 - Mar 7, 1988
San Jose, CA
Mildred S Rountree
Apr 11, 1906 - Oct 31, 1992
Fairfield, CA
Mildred C Rountree
Feb 16, 1910 - October 1989
Hampton, VA
Mildred Rountree
Oct 7, 1911 - December 1983
Greenville, Texas
Mildred E Rountree
Dec 20, 1910 - November 1988
Dallas, TX
Mildred M Rountree
Feb 7, 1905 - January 1995
Shreveport, LA
Mildred E Rountree
Apr 15, 1915 - Nov 1, 1995
Louisville, KY
Mildred L Rountree
Dec 23, 1921 - Feb 26, 2007
Henagar, AL
Mildred L Rountree
May 21, 1906 - Mar 23, 1995
Columbus, GA
Mildred M Rountree
Feb 20, 1917 - Dec 11, 2003
Clayton, GA
Mildred Rountree
Dec 14, 1908 - Feb 28, 2001
Hertford, NC
Mildred C Rountree
Aug 28, 1945 - Dec 26, 1998
Corapeake, NC
Mildred v Rountree
Jan 3, 1926 - Oct 14, 2008
Topping, VA
Mildred Rountree
Mar 14, 1894 - November 1966
Richmond, Virginia
Mildred L Rountree
Feb 3, 1943 - Nov 9, 2009
Portsmouth, VA
Mildred S Rountree
Oct 14, 1901 - Jan 23, 1988
Fairfax, VA
Mildred Rountree
around 1786 - around 1838
Mildred Maria Rountree
1773 - Dec 7, 1863

Other Rountrees

Daniel Rountree
around 1793 - January 1871
Mildred Maria Rountree
1773 - Dec 7, 1863
Thomas Hart Rountree
Mar 27, 1778 - Jul 15, 1828
Martha Rountree
Oct 1, 1778 - Jun 7, 1871
Sarah Clara Rountree
around 1784 - 1873
Isabel Rountree
Born: around 1785
Mildred Rountree
around 1786 - around 1838
William H. Rountree
Feb 13, 1784 - 1877
Richardson Rountree
1793 - May 1856
Mary Rountree
Born: around 1794
John H. Rountree
Jan 25, 1795 - August 1874
Turner Rountree
around 1797 - around 1860
William Rountree
1699 - December 1765
William B Rountree
Born: around 1820

Other Harts

Sarah Hart
1675 - 1708
Ann Hart
Born: 1740
Benjamin Hart
Oct 1, 1732 - Jan 2, 1802
David Hart
1732 - Oct 29, 1791
Henry Phillip Hart
1715 - Apr 7, 1782
John Hart
1732 - 1740
Nathaniel Hart
May 8, 1734 - Jul 22, 1782
Thomas Hart, Jr.
1694 - 1750
Thomas Hart, Iii
Dec 11, 1730 - Jun 23, 1808
Mary Hart
1633 - Sep 17, 1710
Ruth Hart Merriman
Aug 13, 1704 - 1784
William Rogers Hart
Dec 13, 1784 - March 1825
Mary Hart
Died: 1784

Other Bios

Daniel Rountree
around 1793 - January 1871
Mildred Maria Rountree
1773 - Dec 7, 1863
Thomas Hart Rountree
Mar 27, 1778 - Jul 15, 1828
Martha Rountree
Oct 1, 1778 - Jun 7, 1871
Sarah Clara Rountree
around 1784 - 1873
Isabel Rountree
Born: around 1785
Mildred Rountree
around 1786 - around 1838
William H. Rountree
Feb 13, 1784 - 1877
Richardson Rountree
1793 - May 1856
Mary Rountree
Born: around 1794
John H. Rountree
Jan 25, 1795 - August 1874
Turner Rountree
around 1797 - around 1860
Catherine Guay
around Feb 26, 1724 - around Feb 11, 1783
Lewis Lemasters
Mar 9, 1811 - around 1947
Sarah Bailey Thaxton
1788 - Feb 2, 1843
Yancey Bailey
1755 - Sep 4, 1804
Sarah Fawlkes Bailey
Jan 1, 1755 - Mar 16, 1833
Abraham Bailey
1694 - 1774
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