Robert Rhodes was born in Warwick, R. I., Apr. 12, 1840 son of Richard W. Rhodes.
From: The Annual biography and obituary, published in England in 1818.
Miss HENRIETTA RHODES,
A POETESS, NOVEL WRITER, &C.
This lady, born in the county of Salop, in the year 1756, was the daughter of Mr. Rhodes of Cann-Hall in the borough of Bridgnorth. At an early period of life, although never successfully wooed herself, yet she wooed the muses, and in the opinion of her friends, with no small degree of good fortune. Some of her neighbours, however, supposed that her verses did not rise above mediocrity; although all concurred in excepting her ballads, a taste for which she had cultivated by reading of the famous collection *, published by the late Dr. Percy, Bishop of Dromore. She also edited a work written by her nephew; composed several short and fugitive articles for her friends; and printed a novel with a most romantic name, long after she had left off the style and appellation of a spinster; having for some time back been called Mrs. Rhodes. This lady interposed at the election of members of parlia- ^nent, for the place of her nativity, in 1784, with a generous warmth, in support of a friend; and died at her house in East Castle Street, Bridgnorth, February 28, 1817, in the sixty-first year of her age,
List of the Works of the late Miss Rhodes.
1. Various Poetical Compositions, in early life, some of which were afterwards published.
2. Rosalie, or the Castle of Montalabretti, 4 vols. 12mo. 1811.
3. An account of Stonehenge, 8vo. 1814.
4. Poems and Miscellaneous Essays, published by Subscription, 8vo. 1814.
John N. Rhodes was born to Joseph Rhodes, a well-known Leeds artist, was born in London in the year 1809, shortly before his father’s return to his native town in the West Riding of Yorkshire.
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Allin L. Rhodes’ father, the late Alonzo Rhodes, was born at Lumberton, North Carolina, May 25, 1825. To read the biography in it’s entirety go here: http://www.rhodesfamily.org/bio_allin_l_rhodes.php
He was born at Chicago November 18, 1881, and was given a liberal school and university training by his parents, J. Foster and Margaret (Patterson) Rhodes. At Pasadena, February 14, 1906, he married Louise Bond. They have four children : Foster Bond, born in 1907 ; Robert E., born in 1910; Kenneth O., born in 1912, and David E., born in 1915.
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Dr. John Edwin Rhodes, A. M., M. D., is a native of Bath, Summit county, Ohio, born on the 12th of February, 1851, and is a son of John and Rebecca Clark (Smith) Rhodes. His father was a well-to-do merchant, who, while Dr. Rhodes was still a child, removed to Akron, Ohio, and subsequently to South Bend, Indiana.
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Kevin Levin is a High School History Teacher and Civil War Historian. For the last three years he has been writing the blog ?Civil War Memory?.
In 2007 Kevin’s blog was honored with the Cliopatria Award for Best Individual Blog.
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In 1909 a remarkable project was initiated by Russian photographer Sergey Mikhaylovich Prokudin-Gorsky. His mission was to record – in full and vibrant color – the vast and diverse Russian Empire.
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The place, according to a jokingly chalked board, is "somewhere in France". The time is the winter of 1915 and the spring and summer of 1916. Hundreds of thousands of British and Empire soldiers, are preparing for The Big Push, the biggest British offensive of the 1914-18 war to date. A local French photographer, almost certainly an amateur, possibly a farmer, has offered to take pictures for a few francs. Soldiers have queued to have a photograph taken to send back to their anxious but proud families in Britain or Australia or New Zealand.
Sometimes, the Tommies are snapped individually in front of the same battered door or in a pear and apple orchard. Sometimes they are photographed on horseback or in groups of comrades. A pretty six-year-old girl ? the photographer’s daughter? ? occasionally stands with the soldiers or sits on their knees: a reminder of their families, of human tenderness and of a time when there was no war.
This is a 1912 Zenith Gradua 770cc. Zenith’s were made in Finsbury Park in London from 1904 until the 1950s
?If you had an ancestor in the First World War and can identify any of these people, or are just interested in history–please check out this site.
To see all the photos follow this link: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/exclusive-the-unseen-photographs-that-throw-new-light-on-the-first-world-war-1688443.html