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Genealogical Sampler

1935.910 (RS103820)

Description

Alphabet/Genealogical sampler on green ground. Cross stitch border. Stitches used: cross stitch and eyelet hole.

Details

Maker
Page, Miriam, b. 1796 (Embroiderer)
Date
1820-1821
Inscriptions
""Family Record. Eben.r Page born/June 12 1746 was married to Mary Osgood Augu/st 16 1772 Reuben Page born Nov. 6 1774 Israel/Page born Oct. 6 1776 Eben.r Page born Jan. 10. 1778/Mary Page born Dec. 7 1780 The wife of Eben'r/Page died Sept 13 1781 he was married to Mary Tuc/ker March 13 1784 born March 31 1758 Betsy Page/born June 1785 Hannah Page born June 29 1788 Dor/othy Page born Sept 25, 1790 Jabez Page born Oct. 8/1793 Miriam Page born Aug. 26, 1795 Sally Page/born Feb. 14, 1799 Dorothy Page died May 14 1812 in her/22 year Eben'r Page Jr. Died Dec. 8 1819 in his 42 year Engage this roving sinful heart/ To fix on Mary's better part/ To change the trifles of the day/ For joys that none can take away Miriam Page/ Danville Vermont"" (Embroidered)
Location of origin
Danville, Vermont
Material
cross-stitching
embroidering
linen (material)
silk (textile)
Object type
Art
Places
Danville (Caledonia county, Vermont)
Vermont (United States)
Descriptive terms
cross-stitching
embroidering
linen (material)
needlework (visual works)
Sampler
samplers (embroidery)
silk (textile)
Dimensions
19 1/2 x 18 (HxW) (inches)
Accession Number
1935.910
Credit Line
Gift from Miss Alice L. Blaisdell
GUSN
38019

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