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THE WASHINGTON HERALD, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1915.
COXTIXI'ED IKOM TAGE TWO,
guest Mrs. Stemauer. of Atlantic City.
The Community Club held its tirst
meeting on Mondav at the home of Mrs.
Mr and Mrs W. S Corbv have re
turned from a trip to New York.
Miss Margaret Brizht left during the
past week for the University of Michi
gan at Ann Harbor.
Mr and Mrs Ernest Johnson enter
taiend the members of the Belmont Club
at dinner dunns the past week.
Mrs. M. A. Tase and Miss Marian
Pace have returned from a stiv of two
weeks at Marblehead. Mass.
Mr. E J Walsh has returned from
Philadelphia, where h.- attended the
world series baseball names
The first meeting of the season of the
Florence Crittenton i"Vre was held on
Mrs J C Adkins was hostess on Wed
nesday evening for the first meeting of
the Round Table
The Music Club was entertained on
Monday evening at the residence of Mrs
Richard Claj ton The composers of the
( venlng were MacDowoll. Mr-- Beach and
ChadwicV Those taking part In tne ,
musical program were Mr.- Samuel Jll
mti. Mrs William Wallis. Miss Roberta
Allen. Mr "EdwaiJ Cnl!ad Mr OUer
Smith and Mrs. Howard Coombs at the
piano. A paper on the life of Ldnara
MacDowell was read uv Mr. Eugeno
The Connecticut venue Citizens- As
sociation met on Wedreda evening at
tho Army and Saw Prparatory School
Mr K. F Colladay was the speaker of
Mrs Walter R McFarland entertained
at a shower last evening for Miss Flor
ence Kuhel. whose marriage to Mr
John Semer Karnsworth will take place
Mr and Mrs Daingerfield I.urkett of
New York, spent seeial das last week
at the home of Mr Lurkett's mother.
Mrs Cooke D Lmkett, here
Miss Bertha Hamke. daughter of Mr
and Mrs Henry Hamke. and Mr Will
iam C Hassfielil. of Paterson. N J
were married Mondav bv Rev Oscar
Henderson, rastor of the Baptist Church,
at the home of the minister In the prs- '
ence of i small oompanv of relatives
and friend" The bride's onlv attendant
was her sister. Mrs c R Hai'lip. and
Mr Haislip acted as best man
ML-s Evelvn B Walker, daughter of
Mi and Mrs James K. Walki s of
Gaithersburg. this -ount. md Mr
George W Darhv. also of Gaithersburg
were married in Ho.-kville Tuesday
evening 1 Rev. Frank M Rr hardson.
pastor of the Southern Methodist Chun-h.
the ceremonv taking place at the min
ister's hom in tho presence of a few
relative-1- and friends of the couple
Mrs Annie McGuire was the hostess ,
at a card partv last week her guests in
cluding the members of the Tuesday
Euchre Club and a few oth-r friends
Mr and Mrs A H Kinnear and daugh
ter have closed their home at Kensing
ton and have taken .in apartment In
Washington for the winter
Rev lohn E Foit. pastor of the Meth- (
odi-t Church at Lavtonsville. officiated
at the marriage a few davs ago of M'S
Mar c Mulnuiv. "f Damascus, this
oount and Mr George W. V arheld of
Mr and Mrs Boss and child-en. of I
Washington are spending the winter In
tr snri Mr n V Rusk and daughter.
,t K-nsincton have gono to Washing-I
ton for the winter j
U the annual election of officers of '
the Home .ind School Association of
Che Chase, this "unt. the following
wee cho-cn President. Rav I Feele.
vi f president Dr. John I. I.ewis. re-!
. ' .,.. viF. r,,., t- .tev-1
ens 7 o'i responding -crretarv. William '
Blum treasurer. I'eroval Wilson. n."'i 'nrau. .u ituu. uw
r utive .ommittee. Mr Jesse W Nich-I jIr Bernard F. A. Halloran has re
clson Mrs F M Rarksrtrie. j. ,
-; eelev John Imlne ann .losepn a
The Just Government League of Mont
gomerv Countv at it.s annual meeting
held in Roikvillc lerted ofneers .is fol
lows President Mr.- J R Thomson:
vice prcii-n! Mi l.onard I Has.
Mrs Ijivini.i 11 Engle and Mr Worth
mgton srrretarv. Mr K W. Koch:
treasurer Miss E R K" s.
At the semi-annual meeting of the
State League to be held at Easton. Md .
on October -. th" Mont-iomeiv Countv
League w dl be leprrscnted bv Mrs.
Koch. Miss Kev? Mrs Call. Mrs Thom
son. Mr.- Fauhonor and Mrs Erwin.
Miss Bessie Gib.-on. daughter of Judge
John A and Mrs Gil.-on entertainer! at
cards Saturdav afternoon in honor of
Mrs Henrv F Tuniev. of Biltimore
The guests included Mis.- Lottie N'avlnr.
Miss Marguerite Bovden. of Glendale.
Md Mi's Be.-sie Parker, of Washing-1,,,
ton. and .Mrs i, uouges an. .vn- 1..1-
wnrd A Fullci. Mis Paul S He-ring.
Mrs. Hammond c Welsh. Mrs Heniv F
Tormev. of Bitlimo'-e. Mi.- Aithui W
Tupper. and Mrs Arthi.r W G.imbnll
Mrs Hammond Welh won the first pn?
and Mrs Janie.- S Ilinri' hs the se.-ond. ,
The Junior i nuainoa lass "t me
Brentwood Methoilist r-.pi-topal v hurch I
met at the hmne f Mi.-s Alue Pa.vnei
Tuesdav evening Those present worei
Miss Margaret Il.irlovv. Miss Ruth Fot-i
well Miss F.velvn K.irre-t. Jliss Grace '
Von Hnm. M s- Oorothv Earnest Mi
Porothv Hiddi-k. Miss Elizabeth Roberts, Mr' J 11 Vavlor and little son. Har
and MI.-s Pavne Mr Willlnm E Arnold. ' n"od are -pending several weks with
Mr Kern Arnold and Mr Paul Neuhaus ' friends and relatives in Baltimore.
Mr and Mrs ircnrge R Lurkev had
as dinner suests Sundav Mr and Mr.-
John Councilman, of Coi kevsv ille. Balti
more Countv Mr and Mr5 Coim-ilman
moto ed here
Miss Adelaide Rickets has re" irned to
Ladies9 Tailor-Made Suits
EXCLUSIVE $35. 00 STYLES
Including such materials as
Kid Glove Cloth Broadcloth
And all the new novelty materials.
1407 L ST. N. W.
MRS. LEONARD THOMAS, one of the most beautiful women in the exclu
sive Newport. N. Y.. set. is devoting her time exclusively to suffrage this
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her home In Plnlnfield. N J., after a visit
of several Mki to her coualn. tin. IV
"ush Perrfe. hoar hcra.
jtr Carlton Jones was the guest of
friends and relatlvca In Philadelphia last
Mrs Julia Wilson, of Friendship. Ann
Arundel County. !b spending some time
turned from a Drlef ytay wjth. fricnJs
and relatives In Pittsburgh and Lancas
Mr Robert Weslev Wells has returned
to his home in Washington after a brief
visit to his parents. Tr and Mrs Charles
Mis .losp, hin' 1- nller daughter of Mr
and Mrs Edvvnd A Fuller, has returned
after a In wf suv with friends and rela
tives in Washington
Mis.- Je.s.sie Mitchell was the guest of
relatives, in B.iltim"re the latter part of
tliM past week
, Miss Elizabeth
turned to her home
visit to lelatl e
Townhend has re
in Baltimore after a
at Westwocd and
I Miss Marguerite Bovrien. of CJlenrtale,
Md . is -pending a 1 w weeks with Jlr
and Mrs G Shc-inan James
Mrs Hnrv T Tormev and little daugh
ter Genette if Baltimore, are vl-iting
friends and relatives here.
Mi-s Matilda Fdwnrd" has returned to
her home in Madison. Wis., after a visit
frlends and relatives near Westwood.
M' and Mrs Samurl P Harkness. of
Newport New.-, Va.. are spending some
time with fiwnds and relatives in this
.Mis.- Minnie Chew is spending a few
weeks with Mr and Mrs. Phillip H.
uck at their home on the Patuxent
Mr and Mrs Franklin G Tingley will
entertain the Hvattsvllle Five Hundred
at their home In Owens avenue Tues-
lav Tins t.- the club" first meeting of
the -a-i vear
The Mi-'cs Hilda Wells and Josephine
Loul-e Fuller have returned from a brief
stav with friends near Cherrydale. Va.
Miss Louise Gourley has returnetl to
hei home at Holland Point. Calvert
Countv. after a visit of two weeks to her
hrotlicr-ln-law and sister. Dr. and Mrs
Thomas E. Latimer.
Tho Missel Margaret Xaylor and Addle
Howard James have Leen visiting friends
In TulU Church, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson H Williams have
returned to their homo in Front Royal.
Va after a visit to relatives In Brentwood.
Invitations were Issued the past week
for the marriage of Miss Marie Russell,
daugnter of Mrs Fannie S. Rohv. of
Bel Alton. Md.. to Mr Irvln Francis
Bury, son of Dr. and Mrs. George B.
Bun. of this suburb. The ceremony Is
to ha performed at St. Thomas' Church.
Bel Alton. Md.. on the morning of Oc
tober 3. and a reception is to be held on
the tame evening at 2J10 Nichols avenue,
tliis- Miburh. the future home of the
Ir Mary O'Malley has returned after
a visit to the Panama-Pacific Exposition
and to her former home in Buffalo. N Y.
The Young People's Society of Em
manuel Chuich held its hrt social event
of the season on Friday night in the
form of a. dance in the parish hall in
Rev. arid Mrs V r, Iiavenrwn the
I former rector emeritus of Emmanuel
C liurch and in charge of the Esther Me
morial Chapel at Congr-s3 Heights, have
teached th?ir home in Maple View ave
nue after an extended visit with their
son and daughter in the North
Mrs. Ernest S. White entertained the
members of the Embroidery Club of
Anacostia at her home in V street on
Wednesday last. Luncheon was served
at noon Those present were Mrs. Will
iam Scantlebury. Mrs. Thomas I Moore.
.mis. Kobert Sowerbutts. Mrs. N. R.
Harnish. Mrs. Harry Dew-alt. Mrs. Ernest
Selby. Mrs. R. D. Fillius. Mrs. Edmund
Mallet. Miss Viola Mallett. Mrs. W W.
Tolson and Mrs. R. D. Fillius.
Mrs. Allan Snydec is vlstlng her pa
rents. Jlr. and MrflT Harry Osborne at
their home. 2222 Shannon place.
Mrs James C. Holllster. of Mount
View place, is on a visit to her parents
A card club has been organized in this
suburb for the purpose of playing 500.
The games will be played every other
Satturday night, beginning next Saturday.
The members are Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Green. Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Wood.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Tolson. Mr. and Mrs.
William Scantlebury. Mr. and Mrs. S. D.
Frazler. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Marbury.
The marrUre of Miss Caroline
Johnson, daughter of Mrs. J. T John
son, and Mr. Frank G. Craighead, of
Craighead. Pa., took place at 4
o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the
home of the bride's mother. 613 North
Washington street. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. P. P. Phillips, rec
tor of St, Paul's P. E. Church.
The bride -was unattended and -was
ffiven In marriage by her mother. She
wore a gown of white georgette crepe
trimmed In chantllly lace. Her veil
was caught with orange blossoms and
her flowers consisted of a bouquet of
lilies of the valley and orchids.
Mr. Irvln Zerpel. of Washington.
was best man. and little Miss Barbara
Price and Master Philip Price, cous
ins of the bride, were ribbon bearers.
Following the reception Mr. and
Mrs. Craighead motored to Washing
ton and then took a train for the
norlh where, they will spend their
honeymoon After November 1 they
will be at home at Falls Church. Va
The weddTs was attended by only
the Immediate families of the parties
represented, and a small reception
followed the ceremony. The houe
was prttily decorated with autumn
leaves and chrysanthemums.
Among the out-of-town guests at- t
tending were Mrs. Charles C CraiR- A
head Mr.d Mrs. R. L. Miller, of Harris-, ..
burg. Iv. mother and grandmother or,y
the brid-sroom; Miss Mary Marshall. , g
East St. Louis. Mo.: Rev and Mrs. ,
C. F. Edwards. Miss Hovvison. Mr. and ..
Mrs. R. R. Duval). Miss Alice Rea. A.
Miss Maude Taylor. Miss. Elizabeth ' ...
Livingston. Miss McKnew. and Di
Bovlns. all of Washington J.
Miss Minnie Jaffa entertained a ' ...
number of friends at her home Mon- j "j"
day evening in honor of her cousin..
Miss Belle Levy. 01 New Yoi k. Among ..
those ptesent were Misses Rose Krick. ..
Lill-ar. Bergazin. of Washington. Mr ly
Milton Fine, of Baitimore. Misses Ros y
Caplin. Hilda Wolf, and Jenlce Jalfa.
and Messrs Norman Rosenfeld. Sid- lS.
ne and Bennie Jaffa, of this city .j.
Mrs. George R Hill left Thursd-.v V
to b absent from the citv until .:.
Kennedv. of Charlestow n. W
visiting Mrs Henrv Starr Wat -
Miss Eva Keeny. of Carlisle. Pa .
is vlsitine- Miss Lillian Darle; s-nutn
Miss Barbaia Campbell, of Charles
town. W Va . i- vi-iting .Mis- Au
! Miss Hollohan is spending the
.month of October vvith Mis Clarenf
Mis- Katherine Reach has returne
to her home in Mirvland. aftei a visit ,..
to Mrs Conrad Johnson '
Mrs AlJiiy Powell, who Ins resided ":
iat Llod"s "Alexandria County, during A
ithe summer month-, ha- leiurned to .j.
jthe-home of her daughter. Mi- Lou - jy
IS. Scott. Bradilock. with whom .-he j V
i will spend the w intei ( .:,
1 .Mrs Hnngerford and daughter, or j .J
ICharles Countv. Md . are viMtnn ' ""
'friends here Mis llungeitord a-
Ifoimerly Mi.-s Laura Pent, a giaduate. :,
Inuise fiom the Alexandiia Ho.-pilal .-.
; The mainage of .Miss Lillian Gun- i y
rie AllUnn. dalightei of Rev Pr anl
I Meu lnl... I ec lllsAn nf ttllS CltV
land Mr Frank Armstrong Mse-. .f
1 Knowille and .lulin-on 'itv. Tenn
took plaie al '". o'clork Tiiesr..v even
nig in the r-e-bv lei lan Chinch at
, V thevilie. Va Th ceiemoliv w a -pei
formed ! Ue- lr Jiii-ii L-e Alli
son, faiiiri of the hiide
Mrs A S M.inkm has leturned
from Sperrvvi'li V.i , where s)ie spent
the pa-t month .'.- the guest of Mrs ,
J B. Miller
Jlr J A Henderson, pie-ident or
the Tratlic Association, ha.- gone jr. ,
New Voik Dunne In- absent e of her
husband Mr'. Hender-on is the gu-t
of her mothei. J)r- R N ''rook. -JJ
.-outh Washington street
Mi J H Marsnel.i hi" returned
from a trip to Atlanta Ga
A fin-hre paitv will be given
Wednesdav afunonn In the W ae- '
Apartment under auspice- of the
Alexa-idrta I.ibiaiy board I
Mr and Mrs Eaile Hellmuth and
laughter. E.nlevn. of Colo--.do j
s-'piinKS. Col .'re v lsitlne Mr He '
muth's parents. Ji and Mrs W H J
Hellmuth. North Alfred stieet ;
Miss Su.-ie Mellon I- visiting menus
::i Winchester. Va
Mrs. Charles E Tackett. of Fred-erickj-burg.
is spending the month of
October with fner.ds in this cltv
Miss Laur.- Smoot has gone to Nel
son County. Va
The Mis-e- Bouhlin. "' Baltimore,
are isiting Mr.- Su-an Snoot at her
home in South St Asaph stiee
Mr M Dow nev attended the F.i'h -
.nond fair last w e-k
I At the conclusion of the meeting of
ithe DA R. Fridav I'ternoon the
member- wore entertained bv Mr
David N. Rust. jr. at lie' home
Mr Harr B Caton
i from Kev port. N .1 .
Itei.iled the funeral of
vheie he al
i Mrs. Alexander Slav maker ir
! truest if her uni le and -unit Mr
Mrs Lewis Larmand. liicnnimiu
Miss Ada V Allison is visiting Miss
Hallie Hooker, in Richmond
Mr and Mrs Harrison Daniel Wen-
rich, of Mana-sa-. va . announce me i
engagement of their diughter. Evelyn.
Virginia, to Mr Thomas Mills Wat-
kins, of this citv.
Mrs J M Love
Mi-ses Harriet and
s.nent the week-end
wish friends in
-r .1 1A Dnnltihan If 11 1 S
.vir ti'wi"'" ..v....,...o... .,.. ....
-nne to Staunton.
Vn . where be Is
attending the Augusta Militar Aiad
Mis Fanny Dixon has taken an
apartment at 414 Duke street for the
Mr Reuben Clarke, of Coatesville.
Pa", is visiting his sister. Mrs. L. L.
Mrs Alexander Sands, of Richmond. I
and children, are visiting her brother.)
Mr J K. M Norton
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS.
White Sulphur Springs. Va . Oct 1R
The past week has brought a great many
people from Washington. Xew York and
Philadelphia and social and sporting
activities have increased with everv
da The weather has been perfect and
the bright coloring of the autumn foliage
has made a very prettv setting for out
door teas, and midday picnics on the top
of surrounding mountains have become
very popular On Tuesday Mr. J Horace
Harding, of New York, took a large
party of friends to the top of Kate's
Mountain for a picnic luncheon.
Mr. T O'Donnell Hillen. of Baltimore,
returned this week after spending some
time here, and will come hack on the
ISth with Mrs. Hillen for a mon
th at ,
Mr and Mrs. J Carroll Fahev. of
Baltimore, readied here earlv in the
Mr and Mrs R Golden Donaldson
went to Washington Monday night for
several days and will return earlv next
week to The Greenbrier.
Among the golfers who are out almost
dally on the Greenbrier Club course are
Col. and Mrs. William Wheatley and
Miss Mary Preston Draper, of Wash
ington: Mr. and Mrs. J. Horace Hard
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Ridley Watts, the
Misses McAlpin. Miss Charlotte Andrews.
Mrs. Robert E. Tod. Mr. and Mrs.
George B. Dadmun and Dr Stuart 1-
Cralg. of Xew York: Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Skinner Willing, of Chicago: Mr. and
Mrs. Quincy A. Gillmore and Mr. and
Mrs. Harrison Dulles, of Philadelphia.
Mrs. Henry Theodore Dortic. of New
York and Paris, who spent a week here
with Mrs. Helena C Palmer, of Wash
ington, has gone to Hot Springs for sev
Mrs. William Alexander Brown, of
Baltimore, and Mrs. E. Clarence Jones,
of New York, who are spending the fall
season at Mot Springs, motored over re
cently for luncheon at The Greenbrier.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hathaway, of
New York, gave a motor party followed
by a tea at The Greenbrier Wednesday,
and their guests were Mrs. Henry Dib-
Wommeim's amid Masses9 TasEored Suits
An assortment of latest models, comprising new, original and exclu
sive ideas. Materials include BroaicSotfc, Stsede Clotih;, Velour de
Laine, Qa&ardine, Ssrge, Plush
Wommeim's arz'd Masses' Coats Special vaiaes
Appropriate models, switaale for a occasions, in an assortment of
original anl excluGive stylec and a large selection of materials,
Practrcs1! Cots o(' Vhlti Chinchilla or Wae Chev
iot, in Navy, Brown and Black, with nev Chin Chin
FashionaMe Coats of Braaddoth, Fancy Cords, Cor
d?roy, Plush, Cheviots and Mixtures. Full linod in
Pea-j de Cygne or Satin
Fur Collar Coats of
silk lined throughout
Velvet, Georrette. Lac?, ,
ccmis:na:ons, :n prevauing colors.
A carefuaiy e.ec-;ec
: Ko m:t!.nsry section :s
Idee, of t'hiiiio and Mi's Glidvs .la k
son. 'if Wiln-.i::gton
In Uennes.l.-.- s fox hurt -v.th the
'iTfii1''!-! hounds t,. ri. !l in' ludeci the
Mi-srs Mi r d- md A no deKildo.
Hilell I'llL-ir Mis I'n.lllei Buillll.'lll
S'iii.-i Mi- Tnoiii-mi Lwis ai.d Ed
mund I! . pli ! New oik and Mi-.-An.-Ii"
Anlhoiiv of ""hiii;" These hunts
oi- i nn th-re times week and ai.- veiy
Dr ami Mr.-, 'ieorue D Kalilo and
tlvii iluMier. Ml-s Oliv. Kahlo aid
Ooige Kih'o. have -eMunecJ to Til"
(ireenlnier aftei vi-liing Baitimore,
rhii.ideljihn and Atlanti- iitv-
Mrs Joseph rulitzer arnveil earlv in
the week. vii Miss M Maarow. of
Kingston. Ontar.o Mrs P-ihtzi-r is tak-in-
th- kur. but is nut on the olf links
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it Elmhur.-t for tf.i
Mr. Hugh I" Walla-e who j-pent a'
1 1 ouple of we'ks heie. his gone to New-
York, to be then- un'il the ritst of No
vember it which time hi- will re-tun'
A CORNER IN ANCESTORS.
THE VAN DER HEYDEN FAMILY.
The iiierlinn Fumilv Was Founded1
by Jm'iili Tfn nn Her Heyden
nnd Ills son IJIrU What Wnsli-'
Inntnii Irvine -u.i boiit (hei
I'niullM nrostrj of Holier! rhnm-
liers llnrrlncton Hern Id r FirM
of Ihe Simmons in 'I hi 'oiintr.
Simmon font of Anns.
Fit CE OWI.US. ,
The Van Der Hevrien familv was I
founded in this countr.v hv Jacob j
Tssen Van Der Hejderi. a tailor from I
Amsterdim He reached what is now
NVw York about 1KS3. the vear fo:-1
lowing going north to what is now
Mbany Semg that there were pros-I
pjcts for ntmFeIf and a familv in the'
ne world he then returned to Am-I'.
, new worm ne men reiurneo ,o Am-
siprn mi in m nrF"- tda ii- m i nr nit :
marrv the vvrman of his!
choice. Anna Hals, and with her sailed!
again for the new world After thirty
years of prosperitv spent in the vicin
ity of Albany Jacob died, leaving a
son. Dirk, to carry on the name and
traditions of the family
Dlrk was an innkeeper hy trade
who won fame because of his part in
the Indian expedition of IHS6. on which
he was carried prisoner to Quebec,
where he i scaped only after suffer
ing severe torture In lfiST he was
married to Rachel Jochemse
In 1720 he obtained from Peter Van
grant of four hundred
and ninety acres of land in fee, at
early rent of "five schepels of wheat
and four fat fowls " This grant was
called the "Poesten Bowery." or farm.
Later it was known as Vanderheyden's
Ferry and in 1789 it became the city
of Troy. N. T.
Dirk and his wife Rachel had the
following children Agnlet. Anna. Ja
cobus. Jacob. Dirk. David. Matthys. i
Joehe'.n. Rachel and Johannes
Several years before his death. Dirk
conveyed his land to his three sons,
David. Jacob and Matthias or Mat
thys. To Jacob, who married Hester,
daughter of Nannlng Harmense Vis
scher, he gave the northern portion of
his property, but later David, who mar
ried Geertruy VIsscher. released his
share, the "middle portion." to his
older brother, who therefore held the
TO 614 ELEVENTH STREET.
Newness is ttte life of ?as!hicin!yet fin presenting
the mew this swop avoids exaggeration, and shows
only suclh styies as the most refined dressers indorse.
Velvet and Davetyne.
and wool interlined
Mtsir Moons amid Street Dresses
z'-v.T Cl r Qs;c1'rt,"n.Tl'-tf
i-. -l- r ja y i2tLi-in&
: of Sets and Coats, introducing the
features and most fashionahle celts for
tc wt c.i'J.
wins accurate renro
,a 5 r,m-
IlSvVUs .U.CiViL Lr.iil.S.
made on t'r.s premises, insuring the individuality
you desire, Moderate prices previlS5.G0 upvard.
middle ind northern portions Mat- Robert s "n John's son. Alexander
tlns ieeived the southern portion held manv offices He was an alder
.1 icoli and Ile.-ur "is her had two man. and commissarv of the state
-ons and a daughter. Alida To then tioops. m the Revolution His w-ife
two .-fin-. Turk jnd Jacob, they gave wis Ro. I'rige Their grandson. John
two poiiion- of their land the midd' Story t'hamhrr.- born in Trenton. 12
ind noitnern respectivelv The mid- mar: ied E''zaheth Scinlder grand
die allotment pas-nl on to Dnk's -on. daughter of Amo Scudder. who was
.iacoli. le.r'i in l;.".. ind 1-now n as the j guide to Washington at the battle of
Patroon In 177" tin- Jai ol bought JTrenton John Storv Ch imbers. jr . was
tin- I.HI Drr Hfvden inap-ion. r p.il-j-ui omre holder, and his home was
are. as it vv a - r-oinettmes i.l'nl. vv Inch j built on land whit h had been m the
vva- built ovmi- titiv vei. before of i Chambers fainilv for a hundred years
brii ks impo" ed troui Holland It v a. ( or more He marrt. d Emma Flsn.
one of tue b.-t spi emeu- ,.f Du' h j vliose gr. at-grandfather. Benjamin
lithiierture in t'ie rotinlrv lis di-. Moore. eitert nred Washington at
f-et. w th
Hftv feet liv twenty
two rooms on a
floor The massie
projected out into
described bv Washington Irving
the storv of Dolph Heyliger.
Braceoridge Hall' The weather vane,
horse go-ns at full speed, was
I placed by Mr Irving above the turret
j of ihe doorvva of his ov n home.
, Sunnvside. at Tirivtr.wii. N Y. when.
in 1SS1 the old Van D.
There Is no ro-it of arms for the
family to be bad from Holland, for
Heraldry was little practiced therw.
but some member of the fmil must
have settled in England, for in the
British nrmot-es we find -the c-.it of
arms ot tne vanner neaens wen es
ll es -
t,h,,hp(l It ,s blazoned
llets pierced argent, on
ja rose of the neui.
The mullet, when it Is pierced, de
notes in heraldry a spur Whereas a
gold spur, or a mullet pierced or, sig
nifies knighthood, a silver spur, or a
mullet pierced urgent, goes with the
title of esquire There was tl ancient
English order known as the Esquires
of the Silver Spur, which was slightly
revived in the reign of Queen Vic
toria Whether or not one of the Eng
lish Vander Heydens belonged to this
anc-ent order no one seems to knov-
!-. nimtnn In heralrlfn svmhoHsrt
stanrls ni.h n wa! granted only
by sovereigns and makes especially
distinguished the svmbol It contains
In this case, the smbol is a black
rose, rut Its significance seems to be
lost In the mystery of forgotten his
tory Answers to Correspondents.
To T R C w ho asks for Infcrma-
tion of the family of Robert Cham
bers, a description of the coat of arms
and "general characteristics of the
Chambers family If any such general
izations have been made
Robert Chambers was born at Stir
ling. Scotland, and came to this couu- I
try, 1683. and settled at what Is now
Perth Amboy A John Chambers, who
was born In Scotland, and died at
Trenton, N J.. 1746. may have been
n original and distinctive
C.carmeuss and Serge
r? -. t j.
,hrp.ikfa. after that memorable cross-
'ing of the Delaware
The roit-nf-.irm of the Chambers
is blazoned slide, a cross couped. er
mine, between four martlets rising-.
rest on a ducal coronet, or. a
demi-eagle. disnlaved gules No motto
is given with this coat-armor. but
there are other arms, for different
branches of the family, and many
hae m-ittoe- for example Avancez
advance. Lu Mihi Laurtis light Is n.
laurel to me. Non Praeda. Sed Vic
toria not the spoil but victorj These
are al1 mottoes of the Scottish fam
i! . and the arms illustrated Is for
the family of Stirling. Scotland. Spero
Dum Splro while I breathe I hope
Is another Chambers motto, and dif
ferent heraldic charges include the
lion and the hear The Chambers ot
London have an interesting coat-of-arms.
a man with a pick-ax w-orkinsr
in n copper nun" and the planet Venus
are the charges
Characteristics of the Chambers
familv- are great business or execu
tive ability, and reser-ed manners "If
only slightly known, as a rule, they
are not 'popular"
One of the Barringtons" who
isks for a description of the family
coat-of-arms with sjmhollsm
The blazon, or description of the
Barrington. is as follows Argent:
three chevronels. gules, a label of as
manv points, azure
Cret. out of a vallery crown, or. a.
hermit's host with row), vested nalv
i - - - - - , " - , - '
"i ". argent ami guies
.viorto rionesn quam spjnaiua-
things honest rather than splendid, or
honorable acquisitions rather that
The supporters of this .coat-armor
ehould be two griffins, wings expand
ed, or. each gorged with a label of
three points, azure
The label is a difference for chiefs
of families: ihevronels denote strength
nnd protection: a human head sym
bolizes honor Argent, or silver. Is a
svmbol of sincerity, gules, or red. de-.
notes military courage and magnan
imity, azure, peace, sincerity, purity
ard or. generosity and elevation of
To T S S. who asks "who was tho
first of the Simmons family in this
country and what is the family coat-of-arms?"
The first of the Simmons family in
this country was Moses Simmons. who
is usually counted as one of the Pil
grim fathers. Governor Wlnslow
writes of him that he was "a child
of one that Is communion of tn.
Dutch church at Leyden "" He came to
Plymouth In 1621 on board the For
tune. The coat of arms of the Simmons
familv N blazoned Perfesse sable and
argent a pale rounterchanged. thre4
trefoils, slipped of the second, a bom
der counterchanged. -
IConriilit, H34 't
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