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, but he is most famous for more than 1,000 one- and two-reel comedy shorts.
One Revolutionary War soldier who did settle on his allotment was Sergeant Jacob Hicks who drew Lot No.
Many of those to whom lots were assigned never saw them, but sold them to others.
One example is John Sunderlin of Vermont, who came in and built a log residence on what is now Franklin Street Road.
The collection was originally formed by John Macdonald of Farnham, and was later jointly owned by Gertrude Schlich and Dorothy Broster.
She was an active member of the suffragette movement in London from around 1906.
There is no 'barely 18' at Voyeurweb and no schoolgirl uniforms!