- Dictionary - Definition of Uriah.
- Maryland in the American Revolution
- dispersed across the state and nation, sought membership in the new society by letter.
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- War hero General Uriah Forrest bought the property in. 1793, and the next year built a separate large frame house just south of the original stone cottage.
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- parents, and merchants, along with a couple of cute pets.
- The Continental Line at Brandywine September 11, 1777
- Notes – assigned to Middle Department before joining Main Army. MARYLAND. 1st Maryland Regiment [VET].
- Uriah Forrest - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Uriah Forrest (1746 – July 6, 1805) was an American statesman and military leader from Maryland. Forrest was born in St. Mary's County in southern Maryland.
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- Jun 13, 2004 Uriah Forrest was born about 1746 in St. Mary's County.
- FORREST, Uriah - Biographical Information
- FORREST, Uriah, a Delegate and a Representative from Maryland; born near Leonardtown, St. Marys County, Md.
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- Dec 23, 2007 This is for another Dear friend of mine, Uriah Forrest!
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