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  Amy  SPEAR

  (b. 1806   d. 1 November 1846Adams, Massachusetts, USA )  
Summary: Amy SPEAR was born 1806 Amy SPEAR was the child of

Amy SPEAR died 1 November 1846 in Adams, Massachusetts, USA.
Notes:
Father: Nathaniel Spear
Mother: Esther Spear
Spouse: Smith


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1800s Recipe 1800s Cooking Tips and Recipes

Cream of Artichoke Soup - Take four medium-sized fresh artichokes; wash, boil until tender, and remove the skins; chop the artichokes very fine, then mash them through a colander. Put two tablespoonfuls of butter into a saucepan; add one sliced onion, shake and stir without browning until the onion is soft and tender. Add a bay leaf. Moisten two tablespoonfuls of flour in a little cold milk, then add this to one quart of milk; strain into the saucepan with the butter and onion. Add the artichoke that has been pressed through a colander, and stir constantly until it reaches the boiling point. Strain through a fine sieve; add a teaspoonful of salt, a dash of red pepper, and serve.

The Ladies' Home Journal, June 1898
1800s Etiquette 1800s Advice and Etiquette for Ladies

At a funeral, enter the church quietly, and, unless you belong to the mourners, wait until they leave the church before you rise from your seat. Never attempt to speak to any of the afflicted family. However heartfelt your sympathy, it will not be welcome at that time.

The Ladies' Book of Etiquette, and Manual of Politeness: A Complete Handbook for the Use of the Lady in Polite Society... by Florence Hartley, January 1, 1872
Adams, Massachusetts, USA - Center Street from the Bridge. Adams, Mass.
Adams, Massachusetts, USA
Center Street from the Bridge. Adams, Mass.
Adams, Massachusetts, USA - Greylock Rest. Adams, Mass.
Adams, Massachusetts, USA
Greylock Rest. Adams, Mass.
Adams, Massachusetts, USA - Residence of W. B. & C. T. Plunkett, Adams, Mass.

William Brown Plunkett and Charles T Plunkett were brothers, sons of William C Plunkett and Lovisa Brown. 

In 1830 their father bought the Adams South Village Cotton & Woolen Manufacturing Co., which business became known as W. C. Plunkett & Sons. As a leading industrialist of North Adams, Massachusetts, William Plunkett occupied many local public offices for most of his adult life.

His sons, born in the 1850s, they created and carried on the manufacturing interests of several textile mills in Adams. They also founded the Plunkett School and a hospital.
Adams, Massachusetts, USA
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Name: Amy Smith
Gender: Female
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Death Date: 01 Nov 1846
Death Place: Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts
Age: 40
Birth Date: 1806
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Spouse's Name: Smith
Father's Name: Nathaniel Spear
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Mother's Name: Esther Spear
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Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I05592-8
System Origin: Massachusetts-EASy
GS Film number: 1901798
Reference ID: 111

"Massachusetts Deaths and Burials, 1795-1910," database, FamilySearch (https:/ / familysearch.org/ ark:/ 61903/ 1:1:FH13-DXL : 10 December 2014), Amy Smith, 01 Nov 1846; citing Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts, reference 111; FHL microfilm 1,901,798."

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