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1686-1740Birth-Death-Allyn.jpg
1686-1740Birth-Death-Allyn.jpg
1686-1740 Birth and Death records for the Allyn families of Deerfield. 
 
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1783Will-RobertBratton.jpg
1783Will-RobertBratton.jpg
1783 extract for the Will of Robert Bratton.
'10th May, 1783, Robert (mark) Bratton's will--To wife, Anne Bratton; to son, James, the land James lives on; to son, George, tract on Jackson River, 240 acres; to son, John, tract on branches of the Little River, 700 acres; to son-in-law, Wm. Givens, and Agnes, his wife; to son, John, in trust, 200 for support of unfortunate daughter Mary; to 4 children, Adam, George, John, and Agnes (Givens); to son, Adam, home plantation, executor. Thomas Adams to be overseer. Teste: Joseph Fauntleroy, Will. R. Fleming, Jno. Dunlap, William Given, Jno. Poage, Wm. Given. Proved, 18th October, 1785, by Poage and Dunlap. Executor qualifies.' 
 
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1793PennsylvaniaUSCen-HenryDeisman.jpg
1793PennsylvaniaUSCen-HenryDeisman.jpg
1793 Pennsylvania state Census recording Henry Deisman in Warrington, York County, Pennsylvania. 
 
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1798Tax-HenryDeisman.jpg
1798Tax-HenryDeisman.jpg
1798 Tax record noting Henry Deisman in Warrington, York County, Pennsylvania. 
 
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1800Land-BenjaminVanWinkle-Pg1.jpg
1800Land-BenjaminVanWinkle-Pg1.jpg
1800 Land Grant document for Benjamin VanWinkle and his family in Morgan, Ashe, North Carolina. Page 1. 
 
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1800Land-BenjaminVanWinkle-Pg2.jpg
1800Land-BenjaminVanWinkle-Pg2.jpg
1800 Land Grant document for Benjamin VanWinkle and his family in Morgan, Ashe, North Carolina. Page 2. 
 
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1800Land-BenjaminVanWinkle-Pg3.jpg
1800Land-BenjaminVanWinkle-Pg3.jpg
1800 Land Grant document for Benjamin VanWinkle and his family in Morgan, Ashe, North Carolina. Page 3. 
 
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1800Land-BenjaminVanWinkle-Pg4.jpg
1800Land-BenjaminVanWinkle-Pg4.jpg
1800 Land Grant document for Benjamin VanWinkle and his family in Morgan, Ashe, North Carolina. Page 4. 
 
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1800Land-BenjaminVanWinkle-Pg5.jpg
1800Land-BenjaminVanWinkle-Pg5.jpg
1800 Land Grant document for Benjamin VanWinkle and his family in Morgan, Ashe, North Carolina. Page 5. 
 
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1829Engagement-EmalineSkaggs-ElishaBarnett.jpg
1829Engagement-EmalineSkaggs-ElishaBarnett.jpg
1829 Engagement contract for Emaline Skaggs and Elisha Barnett. 
 
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1830Land-NicholasWells.jpg
1830Land-NicholasWells.jpg
1830 Land grant for Nicholas Wells in Lincoln County, Missouri, United States of America. 
 
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1837Land-DavidKirk.jpg
1837Land-DavidKirk.jpg
1837 Land Grant record for David Kirk of Monroe County, Indiana. 
 
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1838Land-AbrahamBuffington.jpg
1838Land-AbrahamBuffington.jpg
1838 Land grant for Abraham Buffington in Illinois. 
 
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1838Land-AsaBuffington.jpg
1838Land-AsaBuffington.jpg
1838 Land purchase for Asa Buffington in Adams County, Illinois. 
 
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1838Land-RichardBrush.jpg
1838Land-RichardBrush.jpg
1838 Land grant for Richard Brush. 
 
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1849Land-BenjaminWTodd.jpg
1849Land-BenjaminWTodd.jpg
1849 Land grant for Benjamin W Todd in Illinois. 
 
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1850Land-WilliamBrush.jpg
1850Land-WilliamBrush.jpg
1850 Land grant for William Brush in Crawford County, Illinois. 
 
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1853-1865Pension-JamesNice-Pg1.jpg
1853-1865Pension-JamesNice-Pg1.jpg
1853-1865 Police Pension record for James Nice. Page 1. 
 
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1853-1865Pension-JamesNice-Pg2.jpg
1853-1865Pension-JamesNice-Pg2.jpg
1853-1865 Police Pension record for James Nice. Page 2. 
 
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1853-ElishaBarnett-Pg1.jpg
1853-ElishaBarnett-Pg1.jpg
Supporting documents from Logan Steam Shipping confirming Elisha Barnett's occupation and location in Warren County, Kentucky. Generously provided by Don Burris. Page 1. 
 
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1853-ElishaBarnett-Pg2.jpg
1853-ElishaBarnett-Pg2.jpg
Supporting documents from Logan Steam Shipping confirming Elisha Barnett's occupation and location in Warren County, Kentucky. Generously provided by Don Burris. Page 2. 
 
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1853-ElishaBarnett-Pg3.jpg
1853-ElishaBarnett-Pg3.jpg
Supporting documents from Logan Steam Shipping confirming Elisha Barnett's occupation and location in Warren County, Kentucky. Generously provided by Don Burris. Page 3. 
 
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1860IrelandGriffithsValuation-DerryleaBeg-DerryleaMore.jpg
1860IrelandGriffithsValuation-DerryleaBeg-DerryleaMore.jpg
Griffiths Valuation of Ireland, page 144. Derrylea Beg and Derrylea More of the Parish of Errigal Trough in the Union of Clogher in Monaghan County. Listings for Michael Moynagh and Thomas McKenna.

Michael Moynagh renting land plot #6 of Derrylea Beg and the land is owned by Francis Kane. (Most likely Margaret's cousin as her brother Michael was a Reverend, not a Farmer.)
Thomas McKenna renting land #6 a and b of Derrylea More, the land touches boarders with Michael's own and is owned by Joseph Kane.

Note: It's possible that the 'Kane' landowners were somehow related to James O'Neill's wife Mary O'Kane. Thomas McKenna's son, Thomas McKenna married Bridget O'Neill, daughter of Mary O'Kane and James O'Neill. 
 
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1860Land-GeorgeWashingtonDurnell.jpg
1860Land-GeorgeWashingtonDurnell.jpg
1860 Land Purchase Finalization for George Washington Durnell in Warsaw, Missouri.
Certificate Number 60175:
The North West quarter of the South West quarter of Section Thirty Two, in Township Thirty-Seven of Range twenty-three, in the district of land subject to sale at Warsaw Missouri, containing forty acres.  
 
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1860Map-Derrylea-Beg-More-Colour.jpg
1860Map-Derrylea-Beg-More-Colour.jpg
Black and white scanned original Ordnance Map of Derrylea Beg and Derrylea More, Parish of Errigal Trough in the Union of Clogher in Monaghan County, Ireland. With highlighted colour for the lands of Michael Moynagh (Derrylea Beg #6) and Thomas McKenna (Derrylea More #6 a and b). 
 
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1862Tax-AllenThompsonSons.jpg
1862Tax-AllenThompsonSons.jpg
1862 US Tax record for Allen Thomson and Sons James and Terrell in Madison County, Tennessee. 
 
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1862Tax-SampsonTillery.jpg
1862Tax-SampsonTillery.jpg
1862 Tax record for Sampson Tillery. 
 
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1864Workhouse-GilbertSackville.jpg
1864Workhouse-GilbertSackville.jpg
1864 admission to Workhouse for Gilbert Sackville. 
 
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1864Workhouse-IsabellaBudd-GilbertSackville.jpg
1864Workhouse-IsabellaBudd-GilbertSackville.jpg
1864 admission into the Workhouse for Isabella Budd Sackville and Gilbert Sackville. 
 
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1868Tax-VincentStVrain-CeranStVrain.jpg
1868Tax-VincentStVrain-CeranStVrain.jpg
1868 Tax record for Vincent St. Vrain and Ceran St. Vrain. 
 
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1870Birth-MargaretAliceConway.jpg
1870Birth-MargaretAliceConway.jpg
1870 Birth record for Margaret Alice Conway. 
 
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1873CityDirectory-ThomasMcKenna.jpg
1873CityDirectory-ThomasMcKenna.jpg
1873 City Directory listing for 'Thomas McKenna' although it is unconfirmed if this is Thomas Junior or Senior. The entry is listed as a Plumber, living at #1355 State Street in Chicago, Illinois, United States of America. 
 
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1875Will-EdwardStelfox.jpg
1875Will-EdwardStelfox.jpg
1875 England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966, 1973-1995 for Edward Stelfox. 
 
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1876MetisScript-AlexandrePage-Pg1.jpg
1876MetisScript-AlexandrePage-Pg1.jpg
1876 Metis Script for Alexandre Page. Page 1. 
 
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1876MetisScript-AlexandrePage-Pg2.jpg
1876MetisScript-AlexandrePage-Pg2.jpg
1876 Metis Script for Alexandre Page. Page 2. 
 
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1876MetisScript-XavierPage-Pg1.jpg
1876MetisScript-XavierPage-Pg1.jpg
1876 Metis Script for Xavier Page. Page 1. 
 
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1876MetisScript-XavierPage-Pg2.jpg
1876MetisScript-XavierPage-Pg2.jpg
1876 Metis Script for Xavier Page. Page 2. 
 
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1877Land-BedfordBHulett.jpg
1877Land-BedfordBHulett.jpg
1877 Land Map ownership of Liberty, Clay County, Missouri for Bedford B Hulett. 
 
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1877SchoolDischarge-CharlesFowler-AliceFowler.jpg
1877SchoolDischarge-CharlesFowler-AliceFowler.jpg
1877 School Discharge papers for Charles Fowler and Alice Fowler. 
 
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1878Document-JamesBakerBurialPlotPurchase.jpg
1878Document-JamesBakerBurialPlotPurchase.jpg
1878 Purchase Document for Burial Plot for James BakerBurial.jpg 
 
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1880Bio-JohnHamiltonGiven.jpg
1880Bio-JohnHamiltonGiven.jpg
Biography for John Hamilton Given from "The History of Polk County, Iowa" published by the Union Historical Company, Birdsall, Williams & Co. 1880.

GIVEN, JNO. H. -Of the firm of Given & Carpenter, plow manufacturers, and the first in his line in Central or Western Iowa. Was born in Virginia, on the 7th day of October, 1820, and lived there twenty-two years. He learned the trade of blacksmith and carriage-maker, and followed the business a long time as an occupation. He removed to Iowa in 1844, and settled in Wapello county. He came to Des Moines at the time of the Indian payment, and purchased property he now owns. In 1851 he came here to reside permanently, and commenced his present business, which has kept apace with the city. Mr. G. has devoted his entire time to his business, and by energy, economy and fair dealing, attained a well merited success. He has never been a political aspirant, but has served as a member of the city council. He was married to Miss Cynthia A. Martin in 1848, a native of Ohio. They have a family of six children: Arthur M., Pauline (now Mrs. Swalm), Eugenic, Charles, Kittie and Mattie. 
 
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1882Will-SamuelCarter.jpg
1882Will-SamuelCarter.jpg
1882 England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966, 1973-1995 for Samuel Carter. 
 
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1885Will-LoftusLongster.jpg
1885Will-LoftusLongster.jpg
1885 final Will and testament of Loftus Longster from the England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966, 1973-1995. 
 
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1887Patent-CanadaNo26792-John-MatthewBentley.jpg
1887Patent-CanadaNo26792-John-MatthewBentley.jpg
1887 Patent record Canada No 26792 for John and Matthew Bentley. 
 
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1887Patent-John-MatthewBentley-Pg1.jpg
1887Patent-John-MatthewBentley-Pg1.jpg
1887 Patent of John and Matthew Bentley. This is page 1. 
 
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1887Patent-John-MatthewBentley-Pg2.jpg
1887Patent-John-MatthewBentley-Pg2.jpg
1887 Patent held by John and Matthew Bentley. 
 
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1888VoterReg-GardnerAgner.jpg
1888VoterReg-GardnerAgner.jpg
1888 Voter Registration for Gardner Agner 
 
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1890 Voter Reg-HughAgner.jpg
1890 Voter Reg-HughAgner.jpg
1890 Voter Registration for Hugh Agner 
 
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1890Voter Reg-GardnerAgner.jpg
1890Voter Reg-GardnerAgner.jpg
1890 Voter Registration for Gardner Agner 
 
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1894Will-DanielKnight.jpg
1894Will-DanielKnight.jpg
1894 England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966, 1973-1995 for Daniel Knight. 
 
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1896LandGrant-SamuelHenryKeffer.jpg
1896LandGrant-SamuelHenryKeffer.jpg
1896 Land Grant for Samuel Henry Keffer. 
 
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1902Grave-GreenberryEwingSkaggs.jpg
1902Grave-GreenberryEwingSkaggs.jpg
Requisition for Headstone from United States Government for Greenberry Ewing Skaggs memorial after service in the Civil War. 
 
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1902Letter-AnnieStone-Pg1.png
1902Letter-AnnieStone-Pg1.png
1902 Letter from Waifs and Strays to Ann Jane Ireland Carr about Annie Stone. Page 1. 
 
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1902Letter-AnnieStone-Pg2.png
1902Letter-AnnieStone-Pg2.png
1902 Letter from Waifs and Strays to Ann Jane Ireland Carr about Annie Stone. Page 2. 
 
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1903Will-JosephGleave.jpg
1903Will-JosephGleave.jpg
1903 England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966, 1973-1995 for Joseph Gleave. 
 
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1905Land-FranklinLepard1.jpg
1905Land-FranklinLepard1.jpg
1905 Land Grant record for Franklin Lepard. Page 1. 
 
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1905Land-FranklinLepard2.jpg
1905Land-FranklinLepard2.jpg
1905 Land Grant record for Franklin Lepard. Page 2. 
 
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1905Patent-RobertCormackMcLean.png
1905Patent-RobertCormackMcLean.png
1905 Patent application that was approved in 1906 for the Rotary Engine created by Robert Cormack McLean.
Description as per the Patent:
PATENTED FEB. 13, 1906.

R. C. MCLEAN.

ROTARY ENGINE.

APPLICATION FILED SEPT. 29, 1905.

NVENTOH A TTOHNE UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE Specification of Letters Patent.

Patented Feb. 13, 1906.

Application led September 29, 1905. Serial No. 280,668.

To all whom t may concern:

Beit known that I, ROBERT CORMACK Mc-LEAN, a subject of the Kin of Great Britain, and a resident of Olevelan in the county of Cuyahoga and State of Ohio, have invented a new and Improved Rotary Engine, of which the following is a full, clear, and exact description.

This invention relates to rotary engines.

The object of the invention is to provide an engine of this class which is simple in construction and which will operate efficiently with little waste.

A further object is to provide such an engine with an improved arrangement for the exhaust-ports.

The invention consists in the construction and combination of parts to be more fully described hereinafter and definitely set forth in the claims.

Reference is to be had to the accompanying drawings, forming a part of this specification, in which similar characters of reference indicate corresponding parts in both views.

Figure 1 is a longitudinal section through an engine constructed according to my invention, a portion of the shaft thereof being shown in elevation. This section is taken substantially upon the line 1 1 of Fig. 2. Fig. 2 is a vertical cross-section through the engine, taken at right angles to the shaft.

Referring more particularly to the parts, 1 represents the casing of the engine, which is preferably formed of a cylindrical body 2, having 'an integral base 3 adapted to rest upon a suitable support. The casing also includes side plates 4 and 5, which are bolted to the opposite sides of the body 2, as indicated. In the side plates 4 and 5 a shaft 6 is mounted to rotate. In order to make this shaft substantially steam-tight in the side plate 4, a stuffing-box 7 of suitable construction, such as that shown, is provided. The shaft 6 is provided with a centrally-disposed bore 8, which extends in from the extremity thereof. At this extremity 9 the shaft is provided with openings 10, which pass through the wall thereof, so as to open communication to the bore 8, as indicated. Adjacent to these openings 10 the shaft is provided with an integral collar 11. Under this collar suitable packing 12 is arranged, and a bonnet 13 is disposed over the end of the shaft, the same being screwed upon a threaded 'nipple 14, which projects from the side plate 5, as shown.

Within the interior of the bonnet 13 beyond the collar 11 an inlet steam-chamber 15 is formed, into which live steam is admitted through a suitable pipe connection 16. The steam in this inlet-chamber 16 flows in through the openings 10 into the bore 8, passing from this point to the interior of the en- Upon the shaft 6 within the interior of the casing there is rigidly mounted a drum i. barre 17. This drum, as indicated most clearly in Fi 2, is of cylindrical form and provided wit a central bore or chamber 18,
which constitutes a steam-chest. Steam is admitted to this steam-chest through open.

ings 19, which are formed in the shaft and which communicate with the bore 8 there=:.-f, carrying the steam. The outer face of the drum 17 is provided with a plurality of radially-disposed slots or guideways 20, in which there are slidably mounted a corresponding number of pistons or valves 21. These valves consist of fiat plates having side extensions or legs 22, as s own in Fi 1, and these legs extend down at the end aces of the drum, being disposed in slots 23 at these points, which constitute extensions of the 'slots 20, as will be readily understood. The inner edges of the bodies 24 of the pistons are preferably bevelled, as indicated at 25. Between these edges 25 and the bottoms of the slots 20 steam-spaces 26 are formed, and steam is admitted into these steam-s aces by means of ports 27, which pass radiallfy from the steamchest 18. As indicated, there are preferably six of these pistons 21 operating in the same number of spots 20.

The inner face of the body 2 of the casing is substantially cylindrical in form, but provided with four abutments 28, which project inwardly, so that their inner faces at their innermost points lie substantially against the cylindrical face of the drum 17. spect to the direction of rotation the forward faces 29 of these abu'tments are slightly inclined or curved, while the rear faces 30 are more abrupt and preferably straight, as shown. pockets or expansion-chambers 31 are formed. The walls of these pockets between the abutments arc substantially cylindrical, being disposed upon the axis of the shaft 6 as an axis of curvature. Adjacent to the faces 11o vVith re- Ioo Between these ablatments 28 four 105 30 the width of the expansion-chambers measured radially is increased by reason of the fact that the bore at this part is depressed away from the drum 17, as indicated at 32. The wall 33 beyond these points is elevated. The purpose of this arrangement will be described more fully hereinafter.

In the abutments 28 and near the angle formed between the inclined faces 29 and the faces 33 I provide main exhaust-ports 34, the same being provided with lateral branches 35, as indicated in Fig. 1, which open into the pockets or expansion-chambers 31, as indi! valves 21 outwardly, maintaining their rounded noses 38 against the wall of the casing. In the position in which the drum 17.is shown cut-off has just taken place. This cuto occurs when the ends of the pistons 21 ride up from the surfaces 32 upon the elevated surfaces 33. When the pistons have their noses resting against the depressed faces 32, the inner edges 25 of the pistons are disposed beyond the periphery of the drum 1-7, so that the steam behind the valves is allowed to escape. This steam filling the expansion-chambers behind the pistons of course operates to rotate the drum and aclvance the pistons in the direction of the elevated faces 33 and toward the inclined faces 29; When the rotation has continued sufficiently, the exhaust-ports 34 are uncovered at their branches 35, so that the steam escapes, creating an exhaust from the expansion-chamber. The steam which remains in the chambers in front of the pistons when they have passed' beyond the exhaust-ports 34 is expelled through the auxiliary ports 36. In this way no back pressure is developed at the abutments 28 which might tend to prevent the rotation of the engine. When the pistons pass the most elevated points of the abutments 28, they slide down or outwardly on the inclined faces 30 toward the faces 32,

admitting steam again to the expansion chambers. This admission of the steam continues, of course, until cut-off occurs by the inward movement of the pistons, when they pass up to the elevated faces 33.

While I have described the engine as a steam-engine, its use is by no means confined to this gas, and it may be operated by any other gas, such as compressed air. Indeed, it could be operated by water.

Having thus described my invention, I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent- 1. In a rotary engine, in combination, a casing presenting a substantially cylindrical body, a drum rotatably mounted within said body, a plurality of pistons projecting radially from said drum and normally engaging the inner face of said body, said body having abutments projecting inwardly and substantially abutting the cylindrical face of said drum, said casing further having exhaustports near said abutments, said abutments presenting inclined forward faces along which said pistons pass and aumliary ports in said inclined faces.

2. In a rotary engine, in combination, a casing presenting a substantially cylindrical body, a drum rotatably mounted wlthn said body, said casing havin a plurality of abutments projecting towar said drum and substantially abutting the outer surface thereof whereby a plurality of expansion-chambers are formed between said abutments, said abutments having inclined faces disposed forwardly with respect to the direction of rotation of said drum, means for admitting steam to the interior of said drum, said drum having steam-spaces, a plurality of pistons guided in said drum and backed by said steam-spaces whereby the steam operates to maintain said pistons in engagement with the said casing, said casing having exhaustports adjacent to said abutments adapted to be uncovered by the advance movement of said pistons, and further having auxiliary exhaust-ports opening on said inclined faces, loo

said auxiliary exhaust-ports affording escape for steam held before said pistons after passing said first exhaust-ports.

In testimony whereof I have signed my name to this specification in the presence of two subscribing witnesses.

ROBE T CORMACK MCLEAN.
Witnesses: THOMAS C. RUSSELL, JAMES A. FREW. 
 
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1908Land-CharlesYoungs1.jpg
1908Land-CharlesYoungs1.jpg
1908 Land Grant record for Charles Youngs. Page 1. 
 
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1908Land-CharlesYoungs2.jpg
1908Land-CharlesYoungs2.jpg
1908 Land Grant record for Charles Youngs. Page 2. 
 
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1908Land-CharlesYoungs3.jpg
1908Land-CharlesYoungs3.jpg
1908 Land Grant record for Charles Youngs. Page 3. 
 
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1908Will-JosephSamuelHuxley.jpg
1908Will-JosephSamuelHuxley.jpg
1908 England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966, 1973-1995 for Joseph Samuel Huxley. 
 
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1910AlbertaHomestead-LeoBrown-Pg1.jpg
1910AlbertaHomestead-LeoBrown-Pg1.jpg
1910 Alberta Homestead documentation for Leo Brown. Page 1. 
 
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1910AlbertaHomestead-LeoBrown-Pg2.jpg
1910AlbertaHomestead-LeoBrown-Pg2.jpg
1910 Alberta Homestead documentation for Leo Brown. Page 2. 
 
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1910AlbertaHomestead-LeoBrown-Pg3.jpg
1910AlbertaHomestead-LeoBrown-Pg3.jpg
1910 Alberta Homestead documentation for Leo Brown. Page 3. 
 
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1910Consular-FloraMelado-FrankHarveyBentley.jpg
1910Consular-FloraMelado-FrankHarveyBentley.jpg
1910 US Consular registration for Flora Melado and Frank Harvey Bentley, including William Vivian Haywood and Reginald Ernest Haywood as 'Bentley'. 
 
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1910Will-HannahCarterStelfox.jpg
1910Will-HannahCarterStelfox.jpg
1910 England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966, 1973-1995 for widowed Hannah Carter Stelfox. 
 
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1912Pension-JohnThomasNice-Pg1.jpg
1912Pension-JohnThomasNice-Pg1.jpg
1912 Pension record for John Thomas Nice. Page 1. 
 
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1912Pension-JohnThomasNice-Pg2.jpg
1912Pension-JohnThomasNice-Pg2.jpg
1912 Pension record for John Thomas Nice. Page 2. 
 
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1914-1918WarRecruitment1.jpg
1914-1918WarRecruitment1.jpg
First World War Poster for the Irish Canadian Rangers listing and recruiting for Commander Henry Judah Trihey. Original copies from http://www.ww1propaganda.com/ 
 
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1914-1918WarRecruitment2.jpg
1914-1918WarRecruitment2.jpg
First World War Poster for the Irish Canadian Rangers listing and recruiting for Commander Henry Judah Trihey. Original copies from http://www.ww1propaganda.com/ 
 
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1914-1918WarRecruitment3.jpg
1914-1918WarRecruitment3.jpg
First World War Poster for the Irish Canadian Rangers listing and recruiting for Commander Henry Judah Trihey. Original copies from http://www.ww1propaganda.com/ 
 
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1914-1918WarRecruitment4.jpg
1914-1918WarRecruitment4.jpg
First World War Poster for the Irish Canadian Rangers listing and recruiting for Commander Henry Judah Trihey. Original copies from http://www.ww1propaganda.com/ 
 
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1914-1918WarRecruitment5.jpg
1914-1918WarRecruitment5.jpg
First World War Poster for the Irish Canadian Rangers listing and recruiting for Commander Henry Judah Trihey. Original copies from http://www.ww1propaganda.com/ 
 
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1914-1918WarRecruitment6.jpg
1914-1918WarRecruitment6.jpg
First World War Poster for the Irish Canadian Rangers listing and recruiting for Commander Henry Judah Trihey. Original copies from http://www.ww1propaganda.com/ 
 
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1914Baptism-MildredMayFlorenceDiceman.png
1914Baptism-MildredMayFlorenceDiceman.png
1914 Baptism record for Mildred May Florence Diceman. 
 
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1916Consular-GordonHarveyBentley.jpg
1916Consular-GordonHarveyBentley.jpg
1916 US Consular report for American child born abroad, Gordon Harvey Bentley. 
 
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1918Immigration-HenryHaroldKavanagh-Pg1.jpg
1918Immigration-HenryHaroldKavanagh-Pg1.jpg
1918 Immigration record for Henry Harold Kavanagh. Page 1. 
 
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1918Immigration-HenryHaroldKavanagh-Pg2.jpg
1918Immigration-HenryHaroldKavanagh-Pg2.jpg
1918 Immigration record for Henry Harold Kavanagh. Includes notes on his wife and children. Page 2. 
 
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1918War-FrankBentley-Pg1.jpg
1918War-FrankBentley-Pg1.jpg
Circumstances of Casualty record for Frank Bentley.
"Killed in Action"
White on duty in the front line about midnight on the 21st and 22nd of June, this soldier was instantly killed by the explosion of an enemy shell. 
 
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1918War-FrankBentley-Pg2.jpg
1918War-FrankBentley-Pg2.jpg
Back side of Circumstances of Casualty record for Frank Bentley.
"Killed in Action" 
 
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1918War-FrankBentley-Pg3.jpg
1918War-FrankBentley-Pg3.jpg
Commonwealth War Graves Registers records note that his Next of Kin was Mrs. F. Bentley of 602 A. Chamford Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 
 
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1918War-FrankBentley-Pg4.jpg
1918War-FrankBentley-Pg4.jpg
Back side of Commonwealth War Graves Registers record. 
 
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1918War-FrankBentley.JPG
1918War-FrankBentley.JPG
1918 Common Wealth War Graves headstone document for Frank Bentley. 
 
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1918War-FrankJoshepBentley-JohnArthurBentley.png
1918War-FrankJoshepBentley-JohnArthurBentley.png
Listing in the Ottawa Memorial book, page 367, for Fallen Soldiers for the deaths of cousins Private Frank Joseph Bentley and Private John Arthur Bentley. 
 
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1918War-JohnArthurBentley-Pg1.jpg
1918War-JohnArthurBentley-Pg1.jpg
Commonwealth War Graves Registers records note that his Next of Kin was Stephen Bentley of 299 Merton Avenue, St. Lambert, Quebec. 
 
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1918War-JohnArthurBentley-Pg2.jpg
1918War-JohnArthurBentley-Pg2.jpg
Back side of Commonwealth War Graves Registers record. 
 
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1918War-JohnArthurBentley-Pg3.jpg
1918War-JohnArthurBentley-Pg3.jpg
Circumstances of Casualty record for John Arthur Bentley.
"Previously reported MISSING and believed DROWNED now for Official purposes presumed to have DIED on or since 27 Jun 1918". 
 
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1918War-JohnArthurBentley-Pg4.jpg
1918War-JohnArthurBentley-Pg4.jpg
Back side of Circumstances of Casualty record for John Arthur Bentley. 
 
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1919Immigration-Kavanagh.jpg
1919Immigration-Kavanagh.jpg
1919 Immigration record for Helen Roynane and her children Gertrude, Helen and James Kavanagh. 
 
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1920USPassport-MaryElizabethKavanaghMacAdam.jpg
1920USPassport-MaryElizabethKavanaghMacAdam.jpg
1920 US Passport application for Mary Elizabeth Kavanagh MacAdam. 
 
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1922Land-SilasHeathLepard.jpg
1922Land-SilasHeathLepard.jpg
1922 Land Grant record for Silas Heath Lepard. 
 
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1924Citizen-EdwardKnight.jpg
1924Citizen-EdwardKnight.jpg
1924 Citizenship claim for Edward Knight, husband of Emeline Caseley Howard Knight. 
 
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1926FederalSoldierHomeApplication-JosephineBakerLounsbury.pdf
1926FederalSoldierHomeApplication-JosephineBakerLounsbury.pdf
1926 Federal Soldiers Home Application for Josephine Baker Lounsbury wherein she applies for a living space at the Saint James, Missouri home because she is no longer capable of supporting herself through teaching. 
 
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1926Immigration-WalterKavanagh.jpg
1926Immigration-WalterKavanagh.jpg
1926 Immigration record for Walter Kavanagh. 
 
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1932Ordination-RoscoeCMillerJr-Part1.jpg
1932 Ordination record for Roscoe Cole Miller Jr. 
 
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1932Ordination-RoscoeCMillerJr-Part2.jpg
1932 Ordination record for Roscoe Cole Miller Jr, signed by his peers. 
 
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1935School-Berry.jpg
1935 School record for the children of Bessie Morris and William Henry Berry. 
 
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1936 School record for the children of Bessie Morris and William Henry Berry. 
 
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1942SchoolCertificate-GilbertKeffer.jpg
1942 School Certificate for Gilbert Keffer. 
 
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1943Masons-AlbertWaldenFarley.jpg
1943 Masons membership card for Albert Walden Farley. 
 
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1949Marriage-WeddingInvite-GoldieDiceman-GilbertKeffer.jpg
1949 Wedding Invitation for the Marriage of Goldie Diceman and Gilbert Keffer. 
 
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1959Will-JohnWilliamLongster.jpg
1959 England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966, 1973-1995 for John William Longster. 
 
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1981Will-GladysElizabethKnightShaw.jpg
1981 England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966, 1973-1995 for Gladys Elizabeth Knight Shaw. Noted of Woodside Rogate. 
 
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2003Funeral-ArthurHedgecoe.jpg
2003 Funeral card for Arthur Hedgecoe. 
 
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AppletonsCyclopedia-AlexanderHenry.jpg
Appletons' Cyclopedia of American Biography, 1600-1889 for Alexander Henry. Vol III: Grinnell - Lockwood. Page 170. 
 
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Names of Foreigners who took the Oath of Allegiance to the Province and State of Pennsylvania 1727-1775, with the Foreign Arrivals 1786-1808 edited by Henry Egle, M.D.

Page 504, 505 state that Ludwig Henrich Deisman came aboard the Brig 'Morning Star' under Master George Demster from Rotterdam, Germany then from Cowes, Isle of Wight. The passengers qualified 24 Dec 1772. 
 
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BusinessCard-GilbertKeffer.jpg
Business Card for Gilbert Keffer's business, 'Gib's Cycle & Sports' where they repaired all manner of bikes and small engines. 
 
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Grave-MarshallPearson-Pg1.JPG
Common Wealth War Records for the Grave of Bombardier Marshall Pearson. 
 
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Common Wealth War Records for the Grave of Bombardier Marshall Pearson. 
 
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Common Wealth War Records for the Grave of Bombardier Marshall Pearson. 
 
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Common Wealth War Records for the Grave of Bombardier Marshall Pearson. 
 
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Common Wealth War Records for the Grave of Private Robert Harvey Pearson. 
 
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Common Wealth War Records for the Grave of Private Robert Harvey Pearson. 
 
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Common Wealth War Records for the Grave of Private Robert Harvey Pearson. 
 
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Common Wealth War Records for the Grave of Private Robert Harvey Pearson. 
 
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HistoryOfTrotontoAndCountyOfYorkOntario-BiographicalNotices-LineFamily.png
Excerpt from the History Of Toronto And County Of York Ontario - Biographical Notices on the Line Family. Pages 347 and 348. 
 
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IrelandGriffithsValuation-Garvaghullion.jpg
Griffiths Valuation of Ireland, page 245. Garvaghullion, of Longfield East Parish, Omagh, Tyrone County.
James O'Neill with O'Kane contacts in the same Town land, leasing #15 of Garvaghullion from Crawford Colhoun. 
 
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IrelandGriffithsValuation-Glencosh-Bates.jpg
Plots 3a and 4, Doneghedy, Tyrone, Ireland.
Closeup of the Map, showing plots 3a and 4, occupied by John Bates, and leased from Robert McCrea Holmes. 
 
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From the book 'History of Chicago from the Earliest Period to the Present Time, Vols I-III' 
 
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1860 Ordnance Map for Garvaghullion in the Parish of Longfield East, Omagh in the County of Tyrone, Ireland. Highlighted in Pink is plot 15, leased to Jamed O'Neill by Crawford Colhoun. 
 
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Map1860-ONeillJames-Garvaghullion.png
1860 Ordnance Map for Garvaghullion in the Parish of Longfield East, Omagh in the County of Tyrone, Ireland. 
 
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Map1860-ONeillJames-GarvaghullionPlot15.png
1860 Ordnance Map for Garvaghullion in the Parish of Longfield East, Omagh in the County of Tyrone, Ireland. This is a close up view of plot 15, leased to Jamed O'Neill by Crawford Colhoun. The name 'Derryhooagh' is visible over the land to the North. 
 
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Program from the Saint Lambert Memorial Unveiling Ceremony, 9 Jul 1922. Listed is the name of Private John Arthur Bentley who died 27 Jul 1918.