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Abigail Leverette (Noyes) Sill
Abigail Leverette (Noyes) Sill
The pastel portrait of Abigail Leverett Noyes drawn by itinerant British artist James Martin ca. 1798 lets us picture a young woman from Lyme who moved as a bride to the Hudson River Valley. The marriage contributed one strand to an expanding web of connections linking Albany and Lyme.

It is housed in the Florence Griswold Museum, 96 Lyme Street Old Lyme, CT 06371

 
 
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Abimelech Rebuking Abraham by Wenceslaus Hollar
Abimelech Rebuking Abraham by Wenceslaus Hollar

Print. 
 
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Abraham's Departure by József Molnár
Abraham's Departure by József Molnár

1850 oil on canvas.

Abraham was 75 years old when he left Haran along with his wife Sarah (then named Sarai), his nephew Lot, their livestock, and everyone in their household. Their destination was far South into the land of Canaan. He went as far as Shechem (Tell Balata in present day Nablus city) where he set up camp beside the oak of Moreh.

In the succeeding verses, God promised the land of Canaan to Abraham’s descendants. He moved on to the hills east of Bethel and later continued South to the desert area of Negev. He built altars and worshiped God in both places.

 
 
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Abraham's Sacrifice of Isaac by Rembrandt
Abraham's Sacrifice of Isaac by Rembrandt

1635 autograph oil on canvas work by Rembrandt, now in the Hermitage Museum. A studio copy of it dating to 1636 is now in the Alte Pinakothek in Munich.

 
 
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Ada Blanchard (Pendleton) Noyes
Ada Blanchard (Pendleton) Noyes
 
 
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Adam & Eve by Albrecht Durer
Adam & Eve by Albrecht Durer

Throughout his life, Dürer was in thrall to the idea that the perfect human form corresponded to a system of proportion and measurements and could be generated by using such a system. Near the end of his life, he wrote several books codifying his theories, including the Underweysung der Messung (Manual of measurement), published in 1525, and Vier Bücher von menschlichen Proportion (Four books of human proportion), published in 1528 just after his death. Dürer's fascination with ideal form is manifest in Adam and Eve. The first man and woman are shown in nearly symmetrical idealized poses: each with the weight on one leg, the other leg bent, and each with one arm angled slightly upward from the elbow and somewhat away from the body. The figure of Adam is reminiscent of the Hellenistic Apollo Belvedere, excavated in Italy late in the fifteenth century. The first engravings of the sculpture were not made until well after 1504, but Dürer must have seen a drawing of it. Dürer was a complete master of engraving by 1504: human and snake skin, animal fur, and tree bark and leaves are rendered distinctively. The branch Adam holds is of the mountain ash, the Tree of Life, while the fig, of which Eve has broken off a branch, is from the forbidden Tree of Knowledge. Four of the animals represent the medieval idea of the four temperaments: the cat is choleric, the rabbit sanguine, the ox phlegmatic, and the elk melancholic.

 
 
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Adam & Eve by Peter Paul Rubens
Adam & Eve by Peter Paul Rubens

Once he had graduated into the Painters' Guild, Rubens was entitled to set up his own studio, and he may have done so, though as there are early references to works of collaboration with Vacnius the two artists may have maintained a close business relationship. Attempts have been made in recent years to identify Rubens's work in the period 1598-1600; although it is not signed the most plausible as well as the most impressive attribution is the Adam and Eve now in the Antwerp Rubenshuis.

 
 
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Adam and Eve by Hieronymus Bosch
Adam and Eve by Hieronymus Bosch
 
 
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Adam through 8 generations
Adam through 8 generations

Adam
Seth
Enos
Cainan
Mahalel
Jared
Enoch
Methuselah

 
 
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Adams-Claire.jpg
Adams-Claire.jpg
 
 
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Addie (Hitchcock) Morrell
Addie (Hitchcock) Morrell
Status: Located;  
 
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Addie (Hitchcock) Morrell.jpg
Addie (Hitchcock) Morrell.jpg
 
 
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Addie (Munger) Smith
Addie (Munger) Smith
 
 
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Addie (Munger) Smith; Luelle (Munger) McAllister and Leve (Munger) Noyes
Addie (Munger) Smith; Luelle (Munger) McAllister and Leve (Munger) Noyes
 
 
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Addie (Noyes) Rowe
Addie (Noyes) Rowe
 
 
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Addie (Noyes) Rowe.jpg
Addie (Noyes) Rowe.jpg
 
 
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Addie (Pike) Upton
Addie (Pike) Upton
 
 
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Addie Mae (Noyes) Petteys
Addie Mae (Noyes) Petteys
 
 
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Adel (Haskell) Vivian
Adel (Haskell) Vivian
 
 
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Adelaide (Washburn) Hemingway
Adelaide (Washburn) Hemingway
 
 
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Adelaide Noyes
Adelaide Noyes
Status: Located;  
 
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Adelia 'Delia' S. (Plummer) Noyes
Adelia "Delia" S. (Plummer) Noyes
Status: Located;  
 
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Adrianne.jpg
Adrianne.jpg
 
 
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Adrienne (Rowe) Anderson
Adrienne (Rowe) Anderson
Status: Located;  
 
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Agnes (Drehner) Noyes and Betty
Agnes (Drehner) Noyes and Betty
Provided by daughter Shirley 1 Feb 2004 
 
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Agnes (Drehner) Noyes.jpg
Agnes (Drehner) Noyes.jpg
 
 
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Agnes (Fergusson) McArthur
Agnes (Fergusson) McArthur
Margaret Coe em.ko@verizon.net 18 Nov 2005 4:04 pm 
 
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Agnes (McArthur) Noyes
Agnes (McArthur) Noyes
Margaret Coe em.ko@verizon.net 18 Nov 2005 4:04 pm 
 
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Agnes Fergusson Noyes
Agnes Fergusson Noyes
Margaret Coe em.ko@verizon.net 18 Nov 2005 4:04 pm 
 
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Al Bishop
Al Bishop
Status: Located; 1985 solo flight; vintage 1947 Aeronca Defender 80 hp Lycoming! Top Speed 85 knots. 
 
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Al Bishop II
Al Bishop II
Status: Located;  
 
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Al Cranston
Al Cranston
Status: Located;  
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Al-Doris Simmons.jpg
Al-Doris Simmons.jpg
 
 
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Albah Allan & Maria (Crosby) Farr
Albah Allan & Maria (Crosby) Farr
 
 
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Albah Allan & Maria (Crosby) Farr and daughter Esther Kimball Farr
Albah Allan & Maria (Crosby) Farr and daughter Esther Kimball Farr
 
 
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Albert 'Preston' Noyes Letter of Appreciation from Secretary of the Navy, James Forrestal
Albert "Preston" Noyes Letter of Appreciation from Secretary of the Navy, James Forrestal
 
 
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Albert & Ferne (Kinney) Noyes
Albert & Ferne (Kinney) Noyes

Ferne and Albert pose for a picture. Fearne wears a ring but it is unclear if it is engagement or wedding ring.

 
 
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Albert & Ferne (Kinney) Noyes.jpg
Albert & Ferne (Kinney) Noyes.jpg
 
 
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Albert & Vaughn Todd
Albert & Vaughn Todd
 
 
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Albert A. Hurrie
Albert A. Hurrie
Status: Located;  
 
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Albert E. Bishop
Albert E. Bishop
Status: Located; ca. 1943
Army Air Corps corporal 
 
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Albert E. Bishop
Albert E. Bishop
Status: Located; Deer Slayer 
 
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Albert E. Bishop
Albert E. Bishop
Status: Located; Fighting 57th. This had a 12 Cylinder Allison Air Cooled engine. 
 
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Albert Earl Cranston
Albert Earl Cranston
Status: Located;  
 
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Albert Edward Kirk
Albert Edward Kirk
 
 
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Albert Hitchcock2.jpg
Albert Hitchcock2.jpg
 
 
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Albert J. & Flora (Hoadley) Noyes
Albert J. & Flora (Hoadley) Noyes
 
 
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Albert J. & Flora (Hoadley) Noyes
Albert J. & Flora (Hoadley) Noyes

14 May 1928
Beaverton, Oregon 
 
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Albert Kinsley
Albert Kinsley
 
 

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