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'The Spragues of Malden, Massachusetts,' by D. L. Kent
The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume CXXXII, January 1978, pages 51-54.
"The Spragues of Malden, Massachusetts," by D. L. Kent The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume CXXXII, January 1978, pages 51-54.
This article disproves the long-held belief that Tristram Sprague was the father of Edward and William Sprague, as put forth by George Walter Chamberlain, in his book, "The Spragues of Malden, Massachusetts," 1923, page 21. 
 
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1130 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, IL
1130 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, IL
Albert Arnold Sprague (1874-1946), his wife, Frances Fidelia Dibblee, and their three children, Albert Arnold Sprague, Laura Sprague, and Otho Sylvester Arnold Sprague, lived here. Albert Arnold Sprague (1874-1946) died here. 
 
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14 West Elm, #1601, Chicago, IL
14 West Elm, #1601, Chicago, IL
Per the 1930 census on 14 April, this building was home to Albert Arnold Sprague (1903-1982). 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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227-237 East Delaware Place, Chicago, IL.
227-237 East Delaware Place, Chicago, IL.
Otho Sylvester Arnold Sprague (1913-1962), his wife, Anne Foley Phelps, and their two children, Albert Arnold Sprague and Otho Sylvester Arnold Sprague, lived at 237 E. Delaware Place. 
 
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810 West Forest Hill, Peoria, IL
810 West Forest Hill, Peoria, IL
Contributor: Chiames, Matthew 
 
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<a href='http://www.artic.edu/aic/collections/artwork/87479'>The Assumption of the Virgin, 1577</a>
The Assumption of the Virgin, 1577
Domenico Theotokópoulos, called "El Greco." The Assumption of the Virgin, 1577. Oil on canvas. Gift of Nancy Atwood Sprague (1837-1916) in memory of Albert Arnold Sprague (1835-1915), 1906.99.
For more information, click on link immediately above. 
 
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Advertisement for the Henry Dibblee Company
Advertisement for the Henry Dibblee Company
The Henry Dibblee Company. Advertisement. Making of America Project. Harper's New Monthly Magazine. Vol. 85: June-Nov. 1892. 82 [in advertising section in back]. Google Books. Web. 13 Sept. 2009. 
 
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Albert Arnold Sprague Memorial Hall at Yale University, New Haven, CT
Albert Arnold Sprague Memorial Hall at Yale University, New Haven, CT
From the New York Times -- November 26, 1917
New Music Hall
Building Erected in Memory of Albert A. Sprague is Dedicated
--Special to The New York Times--
New Haven, Conn., Nov. 25 -
The Albert Arnold Sprague Memorial Hall, given to Yale as a home for the Music Department of the university by Mrs. Albert Arnold Sprague and her daughter, Mrs. Frederic Shurtleff Coolidge, was dedicated today.
The building is a beautiful structure in Colonial style, containing lecture, recitation, and sound-proof practice rooms; a musical library, and a concert auditorium holding about 800 persons. It has cost more than $200,000 without furnishings. The Yale Department of Music, since it was organized in 1894, has never had an appropriate or permanent home, but has been housed in various buildings insufficiently adapted to its purposes.
The new building was given by Mrs. Sprague and Mrs. Coolidge in memory of Albert Arnold Sprague of the class of 1859. Not until after Mrs. Sprague's death were the plans finally approved, and when it was found that the amount given by her was not sufficient, the remainder was made up by her daughter, Mrs. Coolidge.
The exercises in the concert hall of the new building were opened at 12:30 o'clock with prayer by the Rev. William Adams Brown of New York. Dr. James Haskell Hewitt delivered a memorial address on Mr. Sprague. The architect, Charles Allerton Coolidge, of Coolidge & Shattuck, delivered the keys of the building to President Hadley, who made a brief address accepting the memorial building on behalf of the university.
There was then an address by Horatio Parker, Professor of Music at Yale, tracing the development and the present status of music in America. He admitted the debt that American music owed to Europe, but said that the development of music here was America's own.
At 4 o'clock there was a dedication concert in the concert room of the hall by the Berkshire Street Quartet, founded and maintained by Mrs. Frederic Shurtleff Coolidge. In place of the second violin, Hermann Felber, Jr., who has been drafted in the army, Edouard Dethier of New York played. The program consisted of Schubert's posthumous quartet in D minor, Beethoven's string trio Op. 9, No. 3, and Debussy's string quartet in G minor.
Mrs. Coolidge took as her guests from New York, in a special car, a large number of musicians and music lovers.
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Per Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumbert Architects
Building location: Yale University, New Haven, CT
Building completion update: 2003
Albert Arnold Sprague Memorial Hall occupies a prominent position at Yale University, sitting in the geographic centre of the buildings that define the Yale School of Music. As one of two concert halls on campus, the facility needed to command an electrifying flagship presence and be more welcoming and accessible architecturally.
On the exterior, the lighting has been reconceptualized to create a sense of occasion, invigorating the atmosphere of the facade and projecting the animation of live performance to the street. Illuminated playbill cabinets and festive banners add to Sprague's vitality and provide a necessary communication infrastructure.
Within, the front-of-house spaces benefit from a reconfigured box office and ground floor lobby, with enhanced lighting and material richness contributing to the sense of arrival and theatricality. Refurbishment of the existing 720-seat Morse Recital Hall have improved both its acoustics and its aesthetics. New wood sound and light locks, sound isolating windows, and a control booth at the rear of the orchestra, are intended to bring the recital hall up to modern performance venue standards.
To see more pictures by Jeff Goldberg, please go to -----> http://www.kpmb.com/index.asp?navid=30&fid1=0&fid2=31#credits 
 
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Anthony 'Tony' Foley Phelps (1949 - 2011)
Anthony "Tony" Foley Phelps (1949 - 2011)
From obituary at Bast-Stauffer Funeral Home, P.A. 
 
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Anthony Foley 'Tony' Phelps (1949 - 2011)
Anthony Foley "Tony" Phelps (1949 - 2011)
Photograph courtesy of USNA, Class of 1974
Official Website of the United States Naval Academy Graduating Class of 1974, Annapolis, Maryland
http://www.usna74.com/Classmatenews.htm 
 
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Atwood, Charles (1833-1880)
Atwood, Charles (1833-1880)
 
 
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Atwood, Ebenezer (1802-1870), husband of Elvira Tucker (1805-1871)
Atwood, Ebenezer (1802-1870), husband of Elvira Tucker (1805-1871)
 
 
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Atwood, Elizabeth Penn (1830-1861)
Atwood, Elizabeth Penn (1830-1861)
 
 
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Atwood, Lucia Elvira (1849-1901) (middle), Nancy Ann Atwood (1837-1916) (left), and Myron Winslow Atwood (1846-) (right), children of Ebenezer Atwood (1802-1870) and Elvira Tucker (1805-1871).
Atwood, Lucia Elvira (1849-1901) (middle), Nancy Ann Atwood (1837-1916) (left), and Myron Winslow Atwood (1846-) (right), children of Ebenezer Atwood (1802-1870) and Elvira Tucker (1805-1871).
 
 
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Atwood, Lucia Elvira (1849-1901), married Otho Sylvester Arnold Sprague (1839-1909).
Atwood, Lucia Elvira (1849-1901), married Otho Sylvester Arnold Sprague (1839-1909).
 
 
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Atwood, Lucia Elvira (1849-1901), married Otho Sylvester Arnold Sprague (1839-1909).
Atwood, Lucia Elvira (1849-1901), married Otho Sylvester Arnold Sprague (1839-1909).
 
 
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Atwood, Lucia Elvira (1849-1901), married Otho Sylvester Arnold Sprague (1839-1909).
Atwood, Lucia Elvira (1849-1901), married Otho Sylvester Arnold Sprague (1839-1909).
 
 
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Atwood, Lucia Elvira (1849-1901), wife of Otho Sylvester Arnold Sprague (1839-1909)
Atwood, Lucia Elvira (1849-1901), wife of Otho Sylvester Arnold Sprague (1839-1909)
Status: Located; Sprague plot, Graceland Cemetery, Chicago, Cook, IL 
 
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Atwood, Myron Winslow (1846-1904)
Atwood, Myron Winslow (1846-1904)
 
 
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Atwood, Nancy Ann (1837-1916), married to Albert Arnold Sprague (1835-1915).
Atwood, Nancy Ann (1837-1916), married to Albert Arnold Sprague (1835-1915).
 
 
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Atwood, Nancy Ann (1837-1916), married to Albert Arnold Sprague (1835-1915).
Atwood, Nancy Ann (1837-1916), married to Albert Arnold Sprague (1835-1915).
 
 
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Atwood, Nancy Ann (1837-1916), wife of Albert Arnold Sprague (1835-1915).
Atwood, Nancy Ann (1837-1916), wife of Albert Arnold Sprague (1835-1915).
Status: Located; Sprague plot, Graceland Cemetery, Chicago, Cook, IL. 
 
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Atwood, Oliver Augustine (1839-1923)
Atwood, Oliver Augustine (1839-1923)
History of Royalton, Vermont, with Family Genealogies, 1769-1911, by Evelyn M. Wood Lovejoy, 1911, page 663. 
 
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Atwood, Thomas Hammond (1827-1872)
Atwood, Thomas Hammond (1827-1872)
 
 
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Bonnie, Allyn George (1908-1991), his wife, Evelyn Marjorie Ingram (1913-1985), and their son, Richard Ingram Bonnie (1939-1972).
Bonnie, Allyn George (1908-1991), his wife, Evelyn Marjorie Ingram (1913-1985), and their son, Richard Ingram Bonnie (1939-1972).
Status: Located; Interred in mausoleum at Fairmount Cemetery, Denver, Denver, CO, USA. 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
Status: Located;  
 
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Boyle, James (1802-1871), his wife Mary Ann Hyde (1825-1867), their children William Sellon (1851-1897), and Sallie Boyle (1852-1862).
Boyle, James (1802-1871), his wife Mary Ann Hyde (1825-1867), their children William Sellon (1851-1897), and Sallie Boyle (1852-1862).
Status: Located; Milstead-Boyle Cemetery, Coffeeville, Yalobusha, MS, USA. 
 
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Boyle, Kate (1880-1900), daughter of Sylvester Demerle (sp?) Boyle and Addie Newberry.
Boyle, Kate (1880-1900), daughter of Sylvester Demerle (sp?) Boyle and Addie Newberry.
Status: Located; Milstead-Boyle Cemetery, Coffeeville, Yalobusha, MS, USA. 
 
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Boyle, Sammie D. (1896-1900).
Boyle, Sammie D. (1896-1900).
Status: Located; Milstead-Boyle Cemetery, Coffeeville, Yalobusha, MS, USA. 
 
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Brower, Heber M. (1896-1898), son of John Sanders Brower (1838-1923) and Sarah Catherine Milstead (1856-1936).
Brower, Heber M. (1896-1898), son of John Sanders Brower (1838-1923) and Sarah Catherine Milstead (1856-1936).
Status: Located; Milstead-Boyle Cemetery, Coffeeville, Yalobusha, MS, USA. 
 
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Carey, John William (1912-1995), husband of Aline Wilkinson (1920-2005), and their son, John Edward Carey (1946-1999)
Carey, John William (1912-1995), husband of Aline Wilkinson (1920-2005), and their son, John Edward Carey (1946-1999)
 
 
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Cates, Charles Timothy (1827 - ) and Sarah Jane Reavis (1835 - )
Cates, Charles Timothy (1827 - ) and Sarah Jane Reavis (1835 - )
1880 U.S. Census for Hurricane, Moore, Tennesse.

Includes their children: John Daniel, Merrideth P Gentry, Marriel Media*, James Henry, Charles Mitchel, and Thomas Samuel. It also includes their daughter-in-law, Eva Caroline Holt, wife of Thomas Samuel Cates.

*The census shows M.A. Cates, age 18. It is assumed here that this is Marriel Media. 
 
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Cates, Charles Timothy (1827 - ), Sarah Jane Reavis (1835 - ), and family
Cates, Charles Timothy (1827 - ), Sarah Jane Reavis (1835 - ), and family
#1 Thomas Samuel Cates (1856-1922), #2 John Daniel Cates (1858 - ), #3 Marriel Media "Molly" Cates ( - ), #4 Merrideth P. Gentry Cates (1867 - ), #5 James Henry Cates (1868 - ), #6 Charles Mitchel Cates (1869 - ), #7 William Newton Cates (1853 - ), #8 Charles Timothy Cates (1827 - ), #9 Sarah Jane Reavis (1835 - ), #10 Benjamin Franklin Cates (1852 - ).

Photo of CATES Family taken in 1899 by the Paul Pyle Studio, Tullahoma, Tennessee. Photo provided to us by Jean W. CATES Quintero, Stafford, Texas on April 27, 2000, via Coy Cates on 11/12/2006. 
 
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Cates, Elisha Thomas ( - 1958)
Cates, Elisha Thomas ( - 1958)
Status: Located; Memorial Park Cemetery, Memphis, Shelby, TN, USA. 
 
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Cates, Ida Sona (1888 - 1969).
Cates, Ida Sona (1888 - 1969).
Status: Located; Memorial Park Cemetery, Memphis, Shelby, TN, USA. 
 
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Cates, ida Sona (1888-1969)
Cates, ida Sona (1888-1969)
Death certificate 
 
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Cates, Ida Sona (1888-1969), wife of John Turner Wilkinson (1873-1954).
Cates, Ida Sona (1888-1969), wife of John Turner Wilkinson (1873-1954).
 
 
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Cates, Ida Sona and six of her seven children.
Cates, Ida Sona and six of her seven children.
From left to right: Ida Sona Cates Wilkinson, Thomas George Wilkinson, Jonie Gladys Wilkinson St. Clair, Eva Sonia Wilkinson Foy, Mary Alma Wilkinson Milstead, Dorothy Wilkinson Rinaldi (and her dog, Snoopy), Iris Wilkinson Fitzsimmons. Not pictured is another of the Wilkinson daughters, Aline Wilkinson Carey. The photo was taken at Eva Foy's farm in Senatobia, Mississippi. 
 
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Cates, Willie Eaton (1900-1958)
Cates, Willie Eaton (1900-1958)
Status: Located; Memorial Park Cemetery, Memphis, Shelby, TN, USA. 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Cheever, David C. (1813-1898) married (1) to Susannah Mary LeStourgeon (1812-1856) and (2) Elizabeth (Unknown) (1813-1897)
Cheever, David C. (1813-1898) married (1) to Susannah Mary LeStourgeon (1812-1856) and (2) Elizabeth (Unknown) (1813-1897)
Status: Located; Headstone at the Au Sable Cemetery, Naausay Township, Kendall, IL
Photo provided by Elmer Dickson 
 
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Cheever, David C. (1813-1898) married (1) to Susannah Mary LeStourgeon (1812-1856) and (2) Elizabeth (Unknown) (1813-1897)
Cheever, David C. (1813-1898) married (1) to Susannah Mary LeStourgeon (1812-1856) and (2) Elizabeth (Unknown) (1813-1897)
Status: Located; Headstone at the Au Sable Cemetery, Naausay Township, Kendall, IL
Photo provided by Elmer Dickson 
 
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Cheever, Ruth (1784-1878) married to Jeremiah Shepard (1782-1824)
Cheever, Ruth (1784-1878) married to Jeremiah Shepard (1782-1824)
Status: Located; Headstone at the Au Sable Cemetery, Naausay Township, Kendall, IL
Photo provided by Elmer Dickson 
 
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Cheever, Ruth (1784-1878) married to Jeremiah Shepard (1782-1824) and Richardson, William Putnam (1815-1857), son of William Putnam Richardson (1785-1826) and Deborah Lang (1785-1845)
Cheever, Ruth (1784-1878) married to Jeremiah Shepard (1782-1824) and Richardson, William Putnam (1815-1857), son of William Putnam Richardson (1785-1826) and Deborah Lang (1785-1845)
Status: Located; Headstones at the Au Sable Cemetery, Naausay Township, Kendall, IL
Photo provided by Elmer Dickson 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Coolidge, Frederick Shurtleff (1865-1915), husband of Elizabeth Penn Sprague (1864-1954)
Coolidge, Frederick Shurtleff (1865-1915), husband of Elizabeth Penn Sprague (1864-1954)
Caption: Frederick Shurtleff Coolidge (1865-1915), at the time of his marriage to Elizabeth. He was the son of a renowned Boston attorney, David Hill Coolidge, and Isabella Shurtleff, and had just received his MD from Harvard 
 
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Dibblee, Bertha, (1875-1954).
Dibblee, Bertha, (1875-1954).
Status: Located; Field plot, Graceland Cemetery, Chicago, Cook, IL. 
 
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Dibblee, Charlotte (1848-1932)
Dibblee, Charlotte (1848-1932)
State of New York, Department of Health of The City of New York, Bureau of Records, Standard Certificate of Death, Registered No. 12348. 
 
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Dibblee, Ezra Reed (1808-1890)
Dibblee, Ezra Reed (1808-1890)
Death Certificate, State of New York 
 

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