Instance Harriett Chadwick, we understand almost nothing towards real life and you can enjoy from Amanda Line Hammond
? View here towards Term file using the permits, paper blogs, and wonderful photo that is included with this profile] Today he’s seeing a long marriage tour, assuming that is concluded they make their long lasting home at the Vent Hammond, United kingdom Columbia
She was born in 1855 in Wilmington, and died in 1933 at the New Castle County Hospital after a several-month’s stay (Feb 23-May 7), of cancer of the bowels (and gangrene of both feet). She was white, 78 years old at death, and a widow. She lived most of her life in Wilmington, but spent about 6 years (perhaps more) in the town of Port Hammond, British Columbia, Canada, from when she was married in 1903 to sometime after her husband’s death in 1909. She then moved back to Wilmington. She never had any children, as she didn’t marry for the first time until she 48 years old. However, like Harriett Chadwick, she came from an interesting, well-known, and well-to-do family in Wilmington, and she married a very prominent Canadian man who helped found the community of Port Hammond in British Columbia. In addition, her siblings led interesting/unusual lives, and we can add some context to her life by exploring her relatives. It is not clear why she ended up at the NCCH Cemetery, given her upper class origins. Amanda was the daughter of Bernard Row and Sophia Richenberger Row. Both the Rows and the Richenberger were prominent families who came from Bavaria, in Germany, immigrating first to Baltimore, and later, some members of the family moved to Wilmington. The story of both families is told in a book about the history of the Jewish community in Wilmington, Delaware. Sophia Richenberger had emigrated to the United States in 1848. […]