Life, Speeches And Orations Of Durbin Ward Of Ohio

by Elizabeth Probasco Ward

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John Price Durbin [2] (–), a noted Methodist preacher, who was a school mate of hers. Aroundthe family moved to Allegiance: United States Union. Early life and career. Ward was born in Augusta, mother, Rebecca Patterson, named him in honor of the Rev. John Price Durbin (–), a noted Methodist preacher, who was a school mate of hers.

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