Minnie Lawrence Simpson (died 1898)

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Brighton, Australia

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Brighton, Australia

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Family

Father: Simpson George Manley Simpson
Mother: Minnie Charlotte Handham Simpson

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Middle name

Lawrence

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M. E. (Simpson) Ladnier

M. E. (Simpson) Ladnier

Beck C Simpson

Beck C Simpson

Derwood Neunlist Simpson

Derwood Neunlist Simpson

Linda SImpson & Imogene Norton

Linda SImpson & Imogene Norton

Orris J. Simpson gravesite

Orris J. Simpson gravesite

John Robert Simpson Sr.

John Robert Simpson Sr.

Gertrude Simpson

Gertrude Simpson

John Henry Simpson

John Henry Simpson

Unit VI School Class, Arizona

Unit VI School Class, Arizona

Out Celebrating

Out Celebrating

John Scott Simpson

John Scott Simpson

Jack Harry Hamilton Copeman

Jack Harry Hamilton Copeman

Rebecca Simpson

Rebecca Simpson

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Elearn Simpson M. E. (Simpson) Ladnier Beck C Simpson Derwood Neunlist Simpson

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In 1805, on March 4th, Thomas Jefferson was inaugurated as President of the United States for the second time. He won 72.8% of the popular vote.

In 1819, on February 22nd, Spain ceded Florida to the United States. The United States agreed to give up any claims on Spanish Texas and pay Spain $5,000,000. Called the Adams–Onís Treaty of 1819, it lasted only 183 days - until Spain recognized the independence of Mexico.

In 1848, on January 24th, James Marshall discovered gold at Sutter's Mill in California. On August 19th, the New York Herald published news of the Gold Rush in California - alerting the east coast. The Gold Rush brought over 300,000 people to northern California from the rest of the US and overseas.

In 1854, the fashion house Louis Vuitton was founded in Paris by Louis Vuitton Malletier. Beginning with trunks - and soon new ingenious flat topped trunks that could be stacked - the company now produces trunks and leather goods as well as clothing, watches, shoes, jewelry, sunglasses, books and other accessories.

In 1890, on January 2nd, Alice Sanger became the first female staffer to work in the White House. She was hired as a stenographer and, as such, took dictation.

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Minnie Lawrence Simpson passed away in 1898 in Brighton, Australia. No cause of death has been entered for Minnie. She was born to Simpson George Manley Simpson and Minnie Charlotte Handham Simpson, and we currently have no other siblings in her family tree.

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