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URRY Robert (I1314) [Male] b. 15 AUG 1779 Brading, Hampshire, England

Source
Author: Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints
Title: International Genealogical Index (IGI)

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URRY Barnaby (I1315) [Male] b. 04 MAR 1770 Brading, Hampshire, England

Source
Author: Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints
Title: International Genealogical Index (IGI)

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JOLIFFE Grace (I1316) [Female] b. 10 FEB 1733 Heaseley, IOW, ENG - d. 20 NOV 1817

Source
Title: Hearn Family Tree
Publication: Name: Held in GEDCOM form by the IOW FHS;

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HEARN William (I1317) [Male] b. 02 APR 1727 Heaseley, IOW, ENG - d. 01 JUN 1792

Source
Title: Hearn Family Tree
Publication: Name: Held in GEDCOM form by the IOW FHS;

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HEARN George (I1325) [Male] b. 30 JAN 1778 - d. 06 JUN 1851 New York, New York, USA
Emigration: 20 MAY 1821
Naturalization: 25 JAN 1834

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HEARN Harriet (I1331) [Female] b. 22 JUN 1776 Arreton, Hampshire, England - d. 29 NOV 1848 New York, New York, USA

Source
Author: Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints
Title: International Genealogical Index (IGI)

Source
Title: Hearn Family Tree
Publication: Name: Held in GEDCOM form by the IOW FHS;

Immigration: 26 MAY 1821
Residence: 1821

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HEARN Mathew Rev.(I1337) [Male] b. 16 JUN 1623 - d. Chale, Hampshire, England
Occupation: BET 1612 AND 1648

Source
Title: Hearn Family Tree
Publication: Name: Held in GEDCOM form by the IOW FHS;

Mathew HEARN b. 16 Jun 1623, title/occ: Rev. D.D., m. Elizabeth UNKNOWN,
buried: Chale, IOW. Mathew buried: Chale, IOW. Rector of Charle and St.
Lawrence matriculated 26 Nov 1690 Christ Church Oxon. B.A. 7 March 1653/4
,was also rector of Chale and in 1658 of Bonchurch.

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JACOBS Leonard (I1340) [Male] b. 08 JAN 1826 Chale, Hampshire, England - d. 02 OCT 1908 USA

Source
Author: Leonard Jacobs
Title: Jacobs Book/Manuscript
Publication: Name: c 1900;

Event: Arrival: 07 SEP 1844

Source
Author: Leonard Jacobs
Title: Jacobs Book/Manuscript
Publication: Name: c 1900;

Source
Author: Isle of Wight, County Records Office,
Title: IOW Card Index

Emigration: 09 AUG 1844

Source
Author: Leonard Jacobs
Title: Jacobs Book/Manuscript
Publication: Name: c 1900;

Source
Author: Leonard Jacobs
Title: Jacobs Book/Manuscript
Publication: Name: c 1900;

Emma LAWRENCE
Sex: F

Marriage(s):
Spouse: Leonard JACOBS
Marriage: 21 Feb 1933
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah

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Source Information:

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Film Number: 1239583
Page Number:
Reference Number: 25361

Too much of a coincidence????
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ARNOLD Aaron (I1341) [Male] b. 1794 Brightstone, IOW - d. 18 MAR 1876 New York, New York, USA

Source
Author: Ancestry.com
Title: New York, State Census, 1855
Publication: Name: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date:
2013;

Source
Author: Ancestry.com
Title: New York, State Census, 1855
Publication: Name: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date:
2013;

Occupation: Dry Goods Wholesale Merchant
Emigration: 26 MAY 1821

Source
Title: Anecdotal

Residence: Relation to Head of House: Head: 1855

Source
Author: Ancestry.com
Title: New York, State Census, 1855
Publication: Name: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date:
2013;

Reputedly became a millionaire in New York (Angela McCarthy)

Aaron Arnold

ARNOLD, Aaron, merchant, born in the Isle of Wight in 1794; died in New York City, 18 March 1876. He was the son of a farmer, but early showed a fondness for mercantile pursuits, and in 1823 immigrated to Philadelphia, where he lived for three years, studying carefully the comparative business advantages of the different cities of the country. He finally selected New York as the most desirable place, and with his nephew, George A. Hearn, established there, in 1827, a wholesale and retail dry-goods store, under the firm name of Arnold & Hearn. In 1842 Mr. Hearn was succeeded by Mr. Arnold's son-in-law, James M. Constable, and the name of the firm was changed to Aaron Arnold & Company. In 1853 Mr. Arnold's son Richard and J. P. Baker were admitted to the firm, which then became known by its present title, Arnold, Constable & company. In 1869 Mr. Arnold left the active management of the business, and for some time before his death was confined to his house. His success is ascribed, by those who knew him well, to his sterling honesty, his sagacity, and his steadfast adherence to his friends.
Source: http://www.famousamericans.net/aaronarnold/
Appleton's 1886 Encyclopedia was the most-quoted biographical source for 19th and early 20th America. Even today these biographies are utilized in countless contemporary books, magazines, and newspapers. Appleton's, due to its age, reflects the bias and prejudice of late 19th Century America

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The firm of Arnold & Hearn was established in 1827 by Aaron Arnold, who took his nephew George A. Hearn into partnership with him. Their store was in Canal Street. In 1842 the firm was reorganized, Mr. Hearn going into business with his brother James at 425 Broadway under the style of Hearn Bros., and James M. Constable, a son-in-law of Mr. Arnold, taking his place. The firm was then styled A. Arnold & Co. No further changes took place until 1853 when Richard Arnold, a son of Mr. Arnold, and Joseph P. Baker were admitted to partnership. The firm then became Arnold, Constable & Co. and remains so at the present time. They were located at 311 Canal Street, near Broadway. In 1869, just about the time A. T. Stewart opened his great retail establishment at Ninth Street, Arnold, Constable & Co. moved into the large building at Broadway and Nineteenth Street, where they remained until 1915. During this long period they enjoyed a select class of trade, popularly referred to as "carriage trade." There were others who were favored with this class of business also, but none to the same extent. B. Altman & Co., Stern Bros. and Lord & Taylor had a considerable part of it, and kept the class of goods required for such a clientele, but Arnold, Constable & Co. had the lion's share.

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JACOB Mary (I1342) [Female] b. ABT 1766 - d. ABT 1784

Source
Title: Estimate

Source
Author: Leonard Jacobs
Title: Jacobs Book/Manuscript
Publication: Name: c 1900;

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JACOB Jane (I1343) [Female] b. ABT 1767 Arreton, Hampshire, England - d. 1863

Source
Title: UK Census 1851

Occupation: Farmer 360 acres, widow: 1851

Source
Title: UK Census 1851

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HILLS William Ash (I1344) [Male] d. BEF 1851
Occupation: Yeoman: 1790

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BROWN William (I1345) [Male]

Source
Author: Leonard Jacobs
Title: Jacobs Book/Manuscript
Publication: Name: c 1900;

Residence: 1783

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TOOMER Richard (I1346) [Male] b. 1795 Fairfields, Chale, IOW, England - d. 13 APR 1849 Godshill, Isle of Wight, Hampshire, England

Source
Author: IOW Family History Society
Title: Isle of Wight FHS
Publication: Name: On line database;

Occupation: Gentleman: 1849

Source
Author: IOW Family History Society
Title: Isle of Wight FHS
Publication: Name: On line database;

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FIDDEN Ada Alice (I1347) [Female] b. 1880 New South Wales, Australia

Source
Author: New South Wales, Birth, Death and Marriage Registrar
Title: NSW Births

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FIDDEN Edgar Harold (I1348) [Male] b. 1882 New South Wales, Australia

Source
Author: New South Wales, Birth, Death and Marriage Registrar
Title: NSW Births

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FIDDEN William (I1349) [Male] b. 1851 St. Andrews St. Baptist, Sydney, NSW, Australia - d. 1921 Waverly, NSW, AUS

Source
Author: New South Wales, Birth, Death and Marriage Registrar
Title: NSW Births

Source
Author: New South Wales, Birth, Death and Marriage Registrar
Title: NSW Deaths

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FIDDEN Harry G. (I1351) [Male] b. 1885 New South Wales, Australia

Source
Author: New South Wales, Birth, Death and Marriage Registrar
Title: NSW Births

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FIDDEN James (I1352) [Male] b. 30 DEC 1809 Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia

Source
Author: Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints
Title: International Genealogical Index (IGI)

Event: Arrival: 1801

Source
Author: Archives Office of NSW
Title: Archives Office of NSW

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HOLFORD Sarah (I1353) [Female] b. 03 SEP 1815 New South Wales, Australia - d. 1894 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Source
Author: New South Wales, Birth, Death and Marriage Registrar
Title: NSW Births

Source
Author: New South Wales, Birth, Death and Marriage Registrar
Title: NSW Deaths

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