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King, Lewis M - Age 22, Year: 1861 - Miscellaneous Card Abstracts of Records - West Virginia

Price, Lewis M - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Parrott, Lewis M - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Reardon, Lewis M - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Force, Lewis M - State: Georgia - Year: 1865

Mosely, Lewis M - State: Florida - Year: 1865

Ayer, Lewis M - State: South Carolina - Year: 1866

Lewis M. Iddings, portrait bust

Lowrey, Lewis M - 1st Cavalry

Crandall, Lewis M - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Third Regiment, First Brigade, First Division, Militia,, A- K - Louisiana

Lancy, Lewis M - 1st Cavalry

Jigetts, Lewis M - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Eighteenth Tnfantry, He-J

Nash, Lewis M - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Second Battalion, Infantry, A-P

Palmer, Lewis M - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Sixteenth Infantry, A, N-Ri

Pipkin, Lewis M - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Sixteenth Infantry, Mo - Re - Louisiana

Lewis M.A.C, 24

Old Rail telegraphers now members of Congress. Washington, D.C., Jan. 9. Not so many years ago these two gents were both "pounding brass" on the Burlington. Now they are both members of Congress but still carry union cards in the Order of Railroad Telegaphers. Senator Ed Johnson, (left) new Democratic member from Colorado, and Rep. Lewis M. Long, new Democratic member of House from Illinois

Thomas Jefferson to Lewis M. Wiss, November 27, 1825, with Drawing

Thomas Jefferson to Lewis M. Wiss, November 27, 1825, with Drawing

Lewis M. Ayer to Andrew Jackson, July 20, 1814

Lewis M. Ayer to Andrew Jackson, July 20, 1814

Lewis M. Wiss to Thomas Jefferson, November 17, 1825, with Plans

Lewis M. Wiss to Thomas Jefferson, November 17, 1825, with Plans

Lewis M. Wiss to Thomas Jefferson, November 17, 1825, with Plans

Lewis M. Wiss to Thomas Jefferson, November 17, 1825, with Plans

Lewis M. Wiss to Thomas Jefferson, November 17, 1825, with Plans

Lewis M. Wiss to Thomas Jefferson, November 17, 1825, with Plans

[Abraham Lincoln], Tuesday, November 16, 1852 (Affidavit for Continuance in case of William H. Markwell vs. George Howarth; signed by Lewis M. Clements)

[Abraham Lincoln], Tuesday, November 16, 1852 (Affidavit for Continuance in case of William H. Markwell vs. George Howarth; signed by Lewis M. Clements)