Written family story of Elijah and Lucy Harmon Bliss from 1588 to 2004
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- 1588 - 2004
The written family history of Elijah Carpenter Bliss and Lucy Harmon Bliss compiled by Martha Bliss Ehlers, Great Great Granddaughter of Elijah begins with his ancestor's birth in 1588 in England. Elijah was born November 27, 1822 at Bristol County Massachusetts and married Lucy Harmon in 1852 in St. Louis, Missouri. The children of Elijah and Lucy were Herbert Edward, Mary Clara and Leonard Harmon ("Baby Bliss"). The family's genealogy and ...
Elijah Carpenter Bliss and Lucy Harmon Bliss By Martha Bliss Ehlers The quiet little cemetery at Smith's Grove is the resting place of one line of the first two generations of the Bliss family in Illinois. Oral tradition says that three brothers came together to this state: Elijah Carpenter, Marshall Williams, and Zenas Randall. It was Elijah, however, who settled near Towanda, Illinois. The beginnings of this branch of the Bliss family in Americ...
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- Written family story of Elijah and Lucy Harmon Bliss from 1588 to 2004. 1588 - 2004. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://www.idaillinois.org/cdm/ref/collection/tdl/id/1101. (Accessed December 10, 2018.)
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- (1588 - 2004) Written family story of Elijah and Lucy Harmon Bliss from 1588 to 2004. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://www.idaillinois.org/cdm/ref/collection/tdl/id/1101
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