Fayerweather articles on Wikipedia
George Fayerweather Blacksmith Shop
The George Fayerweather Blacksmith Shop is an historic homestead and blacksmith shop at 1859 Mooresfield Road on the eastern outskirts of the Kingston
Nov 26th 2016



Fayerweather & Ladew
Fayerweather & Ladew was one of the oldest and largest leather manufacturers in the world. It was located in Glen Cove, Long Island. The company was started
Feb 7th 2017



George Fayerweather
South Kingstown, Rhode Island. Fayerweather was born to George Fayerweather, a blacksmith who built the 1820 Fayerweather homestead, and a Narragansett
Jan 9th 2017



Sarah Harris Fayerweather
Sarah Harris Fayerweather (1812–1878) was an African-American activist, abolitionist, and school integrationist. Beginning in January 1833 at the age of
Jan 13th 2017



Fayerweather Island
41°8′35″N 73°12′58″W / 41.14306°N 73.21611°W / 41.14306; -73.21611 Fayerweather Island is a 7 1/2-acre land mass in Long Island Sound. Part of the city
Nov 19th 2016



Black Rock Harbor Light
known as Fayerweather Island Light, is a lighthouse in Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States which stands on the south end of Fayerweather Island and
Mar 3rd 2017



Edward R. Ladew
18, 1855 – August 30, 1905) was the cofounder of Fayerweather & Ladew with Daniel Burton Fayerweather, a leather manufacturer. In 1893 he became vice president
Feb 7th 2017



1912–13 University of Virginia men's basketball team
eighth-year head coach Henry Lannigan, and played their home games at Fayerweather Gymnasium in Charlottesville, Virginia. Now known as the Virginia Cavaliers
Feb 8th 2017



1907–08 University of Virginia men's basketball team
third-year head coach Henry Lannigan, and played their home games at Fayerweather Gymnasium in Charlottesville, Virginia. Now known as the Virginia Cavaliers
Feb 8th 2017



1906–07 University of Virginia men's basketball team
second-year head coach Henry Lannigan, and played their home games at Fayerweather Gymnasium in Charlottesville, Virginia. Now known as the Virginia Cavaliers
Dec 21st 2014



1908–09 University of Virginia men's basketball team
fourth-year head coach Henry Lannigan, and played their home games at Fayerweather Gymnasium in Charlottesville, Virginia. Now known as the Virginia Cavaliers
Feb 8th 2017



1911–12 University of Virginia men's basketball team
seventh-year head coach Henry Lannigan, and played their home games at Fayerweather Gymnasium in Charlottesville, Virginia. Now known as the Virginia Cavaliers
Feb 8th 2017



1910–11 University of Virginia men's basketball team
sixth-year head coach Henry Lannigan, and played their home games at Fayerweather Gymnasium in Charlottesville, Virginia. Now known as the Virginia Cavaliers
Feb 8th 2017



1916–17 University of Virginia men's basketball team
twelfth-year head coach Henry Lannigan, and played their home games at Fayerweather Gymnasium in Charlottesville, Virginia. Now known as the Virginia Cavaliers
Feb 8th 2017



1914–15 University of Virginia men's basketball team
tenth-year head coach Henry Lannigan, and played their home games at Fayerweather Gymnasium in Charlottesville, Virginia. This season is notable as the
Feb 8th 2017



1922–23 University of Virginia men's basketball team
eighteenth-year head coach Henry Lannigan, and played their home games at Fayerweather Gymnasium in Charlottesville, Virginia. Now known as the Virginia Cavaliers
Feb 8th 2017



1921–22 University of Virginia men's basketball team
seventeenth-year head coach Henry Lannigan, and played their home games at Fayerweather Gymnasium in Charlottesville, Virginia. Now known as the Virginia Cavaliers
Feb 8th 2017



1920–21 University of Virginia men's basketball team
sixteenth-year head coach Henry Lannigan, and played their home games at Fayerweather Gymnasium in Charlottesville, Virginia. Now known as the Virginia Cavaliers
Feb 8th 2017



1905–06 University of Virginia men's basketball team
first-year head coach Henry Lannigan, and played their home games at Fayerweather Gymnasium in Charlottesville, Virginia. Now known as the Virginia Cavaliers
Feb 8th 2017



1909–10 University of Virginia men's basketball team
fifth-year head coach Henry Lannigan, and played their home games at Fayerweather Gymnasium in Charlottesville, Virginia. Now known as the Virginia Cavaliers
Feb 8th 2017



1913–14 University of Virginia men's basketball team
ninth-year head coach Henry Lannigan, and played their home games at Fayerweather Gymnasium in Charlottesville, Virginia. Now known as the Virginia Cavaliers
Feb 8th 2017



1918–19 University of Virginia men's basketball team
fourteenth-year head coach Henry Lannigan, and played their home games at Fayerweather Gymnasium in Charlottesville, Virginia. Now known as the Virginia Cavaliers
Feb 8th 2017



1915–16 University of Virginia men's basketball team
eleventh-year head coach Henry Lannigan, and played their home games at Fayerweather Gymnasium in Charlottesville, Virginia. Now known as the Virginia Cavaliers
Feb 8th 2017



1917–18 University of Virginia men's basketball team
thirteenth-year head coach Henry Lannigan, and played their home games at Fayerweather Gymnasium in Charlottesville, Virginia. Now known as the Virginia Cavaliers
Feb 8th 2017



Sarah Harris
Sarah Harris (actress), British acress Sarah Harris (journalist), Australian journalist Sarah Harris Fayerweather (1812–1878), African-American activist
Mar 4th 2017



Kate Moore
longevity of her tenure. The daughter of Stephen Moore, keeper of the Fayerweather Island Light in Connecticut since 1817, she gradually took over his duties
Jan 3rd 2017



1919–20 University of Virginia men's basketball team
fifteenth-year head coach Henry Lannigan, and played their home games at Fayerweather Gymnasium in Charlottesville, Virginia. Now known as the Virginia Cavaliers
Feb 8th 2017



Tory Row
Hooper-Lee-Nichols House Fayerweather House (175 Brattle Street), built by Ruggles George Ruggles, also called the Ruggles-Fayerweather House Thomas Oliver house
Feb 11th 2017



Black Rock Harbor
Bridgeport, Connecticut on Long Island Sound. The Black Rock Harbor Light on Fayerweather Island marks the entrance to the harbor on its east, while St. Mary's
Dec 16th 2016



John Winthrop (educator)
In 1756, he was married to Hannah Fayerweather (1727–1790), the daughter of Thomas and Hannah Waldo Fayerweather. She was baptized at the First Church
Mar 3rd 2017



Julian Monson Sturtevant
27, 1829, as an evangelist. Four days later, he married Elizabeth M. Fayerweather of New Canaan. In the ensuing fall, as one of the "Illinois Band" which
Jan 7th 2017



Old Narragansett Church
Fayerweather Samuel Fayerweather closed the church in 1774 due to the American Revolutionary War, and in 1780 the SPG withdrew its support for Fayerweather because
Nov 26th 2016



Ladew
Edward R. Ladew Edward R. Ladew (1855-1905), son of Harvey Smith Ladew I Fayerweather & Ladew, an American leather company Ladew Topiary Gardens, in Monkton
Dec 12th 2016



Thomas Wheeler House
first white settler. The house, Bridgeport's oldest, is located near the Fayerweather Boat Yard. Abbot Lowell Cummings, Professor Emeritus, American Art, Yale
Nov 3rd 2016



Joseph Harvey Ladew, Sr.
1940) was one of the largest leather manufacturers in the world with Fayerweather & Ladew, and he was a yachtsman. He was born on April 10, 1865 to Rebecca
Apr 27th 2017



Seaside Park (Connecticut)
carriages" and "gasoline cars" on the park's track. The addition of Fayerweather Island in 1911 and Barnum Field in 1936, coupled with landfill operations
Feb 12th 2017



Memorial Gymnasium (Virginia)
multi-purpose arena in Charlottesville, Virginia. It opened in 1924. It replaced Fayerweather Gymnasium as home to the University of Virginia Cavaliers basketball
Nov 25th 2016



Old Narragansett Cemetery
1880s. The most prominent memorials are to James MacSparran and Samuel Fayerweather, two long-serving ministers at the Old Narragansett Church, which stood
Nov 26th 2016



Rugby Road–University Corner Historic District
(1926–27), Madison Hall (1905), fraternity houses dating from 1902 to 1928, Fayerweather Hall (1893), the Bayly Museum (1934), Faculty Apartments building (c
Apr 27th 2017



Rugby Road
Bayly Art Museum, and the official university structures on Carr's Hill, Fayerweather Hall and the President's House. Madison House serves as the student
Dec 16th 2016



Sarah Harris (actress)
(journalist). For the African-American anti-segregationist, see Harris-Fayerweather">Sarah Harris Fayerweather. Sarah Jayne-Harris, originally Sarah Harris, (born 9 March 1983) is
Jun 24th 2016



University Hall (Northwestern University)
of Northwestern University. Though University Hall was succeeded by Fayerweather Hall as the university's main building in 1887, throughout its history
Sep 26th 2016



Kathleen Moore
United States Coast Guard. Moore served at the Black Rock Harbor Light on Fayerweather Island in Long Island Sound for over half a century, beginning when she
May 2nd 2017



13 Daughters
the life of Magoon's great-grandparents Chun Afong and his wife Julia Fayerweather Afong and their twelve daughters. Set in 19th century Hawaii, the plot
May 16th 2017



Kingston, Rhode Island
Rhode Island (3 miles) Narragansett, Rhode Island (5 miles) George Fayerweather Blacksmith Shop Great Swamp Fight Kingston (Amtrak station) South County
May 6th 2017



American Artists Club
Herbert Martin, John M. Imhof, Bennet S. Linder, O. R. Korder, Richard Fayerweather Babcock, Frank Duveneck, Carl Bohnen, Emil Frie, Carl Hoeckner and others
Apr 22nd 2017



Rose C. Davison
Benoni Richmond Davison and British-Hawaiian chiefess Mary Jane Kekulani Fayerweather, the granddaughter of the British Captain George Charles Beckley and
May 21st 2017



Henry Crew
in the political atmosphere. That year he was awarded the position of Fayerweather professor of physics at Northwestern University, which he accepted. He
Mar 31st 2017



List of lighthouses in Connecticut
18, 2014.  "Inventory of Light-Stations">Historic Light Stations: Black Rock Harbor (Fayerweather Island) Light". National Park Service. Retrieved March 18, 2014.  D'Entremont
Jan 9th 2017



Maritcha Remond Lyons
Other Women of Distinction (1926), which include sketches of Sarah H. Fayerweather (1802-1868) and Agnes J. Adams (1985-1923). Lyons lived in Brooklyn
Oct 25th 2016





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