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JAMES DILL, Lawrenceburg, Indiana
VERAESTAU, where Allen met Emerine and her family. STILL STANDING high above the Ohio River
Ft. Wayne, 1828 - 1864
ALLEN in Philadelphia
ALLEN & EMERINE
MIAMI INDIANS of Ft. Wayne
Atlantic Ocean Journey

JAMES DILL, Lawrenceburg, Indiana

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General James Dill

Allen Hamilton's cousin, James Dill, served as a General in the War of 1812 like this one

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General James Dill

Allen Hamilton's cousin, James Dill was an Irish attorney who came to America shortly after the Revolutionary War and settled in the Northwest Territory. He was one of the first members of the bar in Dearborn County, Indiana. He served as a General during the War of 1812, was speaker of the Territorial legislature of Indiana and a member of the anti-slavery party. James Dill died in 1838

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James Dill (1779-1838) - Find A Grave Memorial

James Dill was an Irish attorney who came to America shortly after the Revolutionary War and settled in the Northwest Territory. He was a friend of William Henry Harrison and the son-in-law of General Arthur St. Clair. He was one of the first members of the bar in Dearborn County, Indiana. He represented Dearborn...

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VERAESTAU, where Allen met Emerine and her family. STILL STANDING high above the Ohio River

This would be the drive Allen Hamilton road in the carriage on when he first had dinner at the Holman home and met Emerine swinging on the gate Old Oak Tree, Ohio River, Outdoor Wedding Venues, Cincinnati, Aurora, Sidewalk, Hamilton, Gate, Irish

Tree-lined drive to Veraestau

This would be the drive Allen Hamilton road in the carriage on when he first had dinner at the Holman home and met Emerine swinging on the gate

Emerine's father. Judge Holman was born 24 Oct 1784 in Danville, Boyle, and died 28 Mar 1842 in Aurora, Dearborn, Indiana, USA. Ermerine's mother's name was Jane Lynch Father Judge, Jane Lynch, Ancestry, Indiana, Aurora, Irish, Usa, Summer, Summer Time

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Emerine's father. Judge Holman was born 24 Oct 1784 in Danville, Boyle, and died 28 Mar 1842 in Aurora, Dearborn, Indiana, USA. Ermerine's mother's name was Jane Lynch

Ft. Wayne, 1828 - 1864

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Fur Trading on the Frontier

One of the earliest and most important industries in North America, the American fur trade played a major role in the development of the United States.

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Fort Wayne, Indiana - Fort Wayne was built in 1794 by the United States Army under the direction of American Revolutionary War general Anthony Wayne, the last in a series of forts built near the Miami village of Kekionga.[15] Named in Wayne's honor, the European-American settlement developed at the confluence of the St. Joseph, St. Marys, and Maumee rivers as a trading post for pioneers.[16] The village was platted in 1823. Anthony Wayne, Fort Wayne Indiana, European American, American Revolutionary War, United States Army, The St, Trading Post, St Joseph, Forts

Fort Wayne, Indiana - Wikipedia

Fort Wayne, Indiana - Fort Wayne was built in 1794 by the United States Army under the direction of American Revolutionary War general Anthony Wayne, the last in a series of forts built near the Miami village of Kekionga.[15] Named in Wayne's honor, the European-American settlement developed at the confluence of the St. Joseph, St. Marys, and Maumee rivers as a trading post for pioneers.[16] The village was platted in 1823.

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ALLEN in Philadelphia

Lesley Graham in a real person and friend of Allan's from Irvinestown (this is not a photo of him). His family lived somewhere near the Hamiltons. In the 200-year-old letter collection I based Once Upon an Irish Summer on, he was in Philadelphia the same time as Allen. He did indeed return to Ireland for a short time, and then returned to Philadelphia and died there within a year or two. I've found no records on him anywhere else so I created his character with leeway. I love Lesley! Old Letters, Graham, Philadelphia, Ireland, Irish, Lettering, My Love, Summer, Character

MEET LESLEY GRAHAM

Lesley Graham in a real person and friend of Allan's from Irvinestown (this is not a photo of him). His family lived somewhere near the Hamiltons. In the 200-year-old letter collection I based Once Upon an Irish Summer on, he was in Philadelphia the same time as Allen. He did indeed return to Ireland for a short time, and then returned to Philadelphia and died there within a year or two. I've found no records on him anywhere else so I created his character with leeway. I love Lesley!

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Piladelphia Lazeratto

This is where Allen Hamilton is quarantined in Once Upon an Irish Summer. Although there are no records providing evidence that Allen actually spent time here, many people were taken to this facility if they were sick, as the people were still reeling from the Yellow Fever epidemic of 1793, after which time the Lazeratto was built.

The iron store where Allen worked for two years from would have acquired some products from an industrial working warehouse like this. Warehouse, Irish, Street View, Industrial, Store, Summer, Products, Summer Time, Irish Language

Iron Founders

The iron store where Allen worked for two years from 1820-1822, would have acquired some products from an industrial working warehouse like this.

The north-west corner of Second and Race street. This is the Philadelphia Allen and Lesley walked into. North West, Philadelphia, Irish, Corner, Racing, Street, Summer, Painting, Art

PHILADELPHIA, 1820

The north-west corner of Second and Race street. This is the Philadelphia Allen and Lesley walked into.

ALLEN & EMERINE

Although no pictures of her exist when quite young, she may have looked similar to this Mona Lisa, Artwork, Summer, Pictures, Irish, Photos, Work Of Art, Summer Time, Auguste Rodin Artwork

MEET EMERINE HAMILTON

Although no pictures of her exist when quite young, she may have looked similar to this

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MEET ALLEN HAMILTON

Although no pictures of him exist when he was young, I imagine he looked something like this while gaining an education at Aunt Mary's estate. And the gentleman's suit he packed (truth) when he went to America, would have looked similar to this attire

Emerine Jane Holman Hamilton was born in 1810 in Kentucky. She died in Ft. Wayne, IN in 1889. This may be one of the last pictures taken of her before she died at the age of 79. I've never seen another actual picture of her. -She was my 3rd great aunt. -Wendy Wilson Spooner. Hamilton, Jon Snow, Kentucky, Summer, Pictures, Aunt, Fictional Characters, Irish, Jhon Snow

EMERINE HAMILTON-actual photo

Emerine Jane Holman Hamilton was born in 1810 in Kentucky. She died in Ft. Wayne, IN in 1889. This may be one of the last pictures taken of her before she died at the age of 79. I've never seen another actual picture of her. -She was my 3rd great aunt. -Wendy Wilson Spooner.

Patrick ALLEN Hamilton was born 1798 - 1799 in Northern Ireland, likely in County Tyrone, which is a neighboring County to Fermanagh. He died in 1864. This is an actual photograph taken about 1862, two years before he died. I held it in my own hands at the History Center archives in Fort Wayne. It's quite large - about 20 x 30 inches. He was my 3rd great uncle. His younger brother, James, was my great-great grandfather. --Wendy Wilson Spooner Northern Ireland, Hamilton, Irish, Brother, Photograph, Hands, History, Summer, Photography

ALLEN HAMITLON-actual photo

Patrick ALLEN Hamilton was born 1798 - 1799 in Northern Ireland, likely in County Tyrone, which is a neighboring County to Fermanagh. He died in 1864. This is an actual photograph taken about 1862, two years before he died. I held it in my own hands at the History Center archives in Fort Wayne. It's quite large - about 20 x 30 inches. He was my 3rd great uncle. His younger brother, James, was my great-great grandfather. --Wendy Wilson Spooner

MIAMI INDIANS of Ft. Wayne

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Atlantic Ocean Journey

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Sovereignty Of The Sea

The Kalmar Nyckel is a replica of an Old World colonial ship that sailed from Sweden to the New World in 1638. The ship was originally built by the Dutch. The passengers on the Kalmar Nyckel established the first permanent European settlement in the colony of “New Sweden” (Wilmington, Delaware). It made four round-trip crossings of the Atlantic, which is more than any other ship of its era. Photo by Dave Wright

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MEET EMERINE HAMILTON

Although no pictures of her exist when quite young, she may have looked similar to this

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MEET ALLEN HAMILTON

Although no pictures of him exist when he was young, I imagine he looked something like this while gaining an education at Aunt Mary's estate. And the gentleman's suit he packed (truth) when he went to America, would have looked similar to this attire

Emerine Jane Holman Hamilton was born in 1810 in Kentucky. She died in Ft. Wayne, IN in 1889. This may be one of the last pictures taken of her before she died at the age of 79. I've never seen another actual picture of her. -She was my 3rd great aunt. -Wendy Wilson Spooner. Hamilton, Jon Snow, Kentucky, Summer, Pictures, Aunt, Fictional Characters, Irish, Jhon Snow

EMERINE HAMILTON-actual photo

Emerine Jane Holman Hamilton was born in 1810 in Kentucky. She died in Ft. Wayne, IN in 1889. This may be one of the last pictures taken of her before she died at the age of 79. I've never seen another actual picture of her. -She was my 3rd great aunt. -Wendy Wilson Spooner.

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Patrick ALLEN Hamilton was born 1798 - 1799 in Northern Ireland, likely in County Tyrone, which is a neighboring County to Fermanagh. He died in 1864. This is an actual photograph taken about 1862, two years before he died. I held it in my own hands at the History Center archives in Fort Wayne. It's quite large - about 20 x 30 inches. He was my 3rd great uncle. His younger brother, James, was my great-great grandfather. --Wendy Wilson Spooner Northern Ireland, Hamilton, Irish, Brother, Photograph, Hands, History, Summer, Photography

ALLEN HAMITLON-actual photo

Patrick ALLEN Hamilton was born 1798 - 1799 in Northern Ireland, likely in County Tyrone, which is a neighboring County to Fermanagh. He died in 1864. This is an actual photograph taken about 1862, two years before he died. I held it in my own hands at the History Center archives in Fort Wayne. It's quite large - about 20 x 30 inches. He was my 3rd great uncle. His younger brother, James, was my great-great grandfather. --Wendy Wilson Spooner

The Kalmar Nyckel is a replica of an Old World colonial ship that sailed from Sweden to the New World in The ship was originally built by the Dutch. The passengers on the Kalmar Nyckel established the first permanent European settlement in the colony. Old Sailing Ships, Love Boat, Wooden Ship, Set Sail, Tall Ships, Water Crafts, Belle Photo, Lighthouse, Trains

Sovereignty Of The Sea

The Kalmar Nyckel is a replica of an Old World colonial ship that sailed from Sweden to the New World in 1638. The ship was originally built by the Dutch. The passengers on the Kalmar Nyckel established the first permanent European settlement in the colony of “New Sweden” (Wilmington, Delaware). It made four round-trip crossings of the Atlantic, which is more than any other ship of its era. Photo by Dave Wright

Lesley Graham in a real person and friend of Allan's from Irvinestown (this is not a photo of him). His family lived somewhere near the Hamiltons. In the 200-year-old letter collection I based Once Upon an Irish Summer on, he was in Philadelphia the same time as Allen. He did indeed return to Ireland for a short time, and then returned to Philadelphia and died there within a year or two. I've found no records on him anywhere else so I created his character with leeway. I love Lesley! Old Letters, Graham, Philadelphia, Ireland, Irish, Lettering, My Love, Summer, Character

MEET LESLEY GRAHAM

Lesley Graham in a real person and friend of Allan's from Irvinestown (this is not a photo of him). His family lived somewhere near the Hamiltons. In the 200-year-old letter collection I based Once Upon an Irish Summer on, he was in Philadelphia the same time as Allen. He did indeed return to Ireland for a short time, and then returned to Philadelphia and died there within a year or two. I've found no records on him anywhere else so I created his character with leeway. I love Lesley!

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