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List of Names beginning with Letters 'S' in the State Library collection of

Biographical Sketches

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Vol.No. Last NameFirst Name Description

62

13

ST. BERNARD OF CLAIRVAUX

 

St. Bernard of Clairvaux, the churchman, 1903

5

1

ST. CLAIR

JAMES

Pepperrell Papers, with sketches of Lieut.-Gen The Honorable James St. Clair...by Albert H. Hoyt, 1874

71LSc

32

SALISBURY

STEPHEN

In memoriam, 1905

68

14

SALMON

LUCY MAYNARD

Address at the memorial service for L. Salmon 1927

45

12

SAMUEL

JOHN

Memorial of John Samuel, by Norris Barratt, 1913

29

10

SANFORD

HENRY C.

Discourse delivered in Meriden, CT at the funeral of Henry C. Sanford, by Jacob Eaton, pastor of the Hanover Congregational Church, 1859

68

15

SANSON

EMMA

Emma Sansom, an Alabama heroine, 1904

58

1

SANTOVENIA

EMETERIO S.

Proceres occidentales, apuntes sombre el proyecto de erigir seis bustos de patriotas de vuelta abajo

51

6

SAVAGE

ELIZABETH P.

In memoriam 1866

59

15

SAVAGE

ELIZABETH P.

Duplicate of 51, 6

29

11

SAVAGE

JAMES

Tribute of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 1873

72NW

12a

SAWYER

CHARLES

Biographical sketch of Sec. of Commerce Sawyer

29

12

SAWYER

MAJOR HENRY WASHINGTON

Sketch of Sawyer, First Regiment, Calvary, New Jersey Volunteers, a Union soldier and prisoner of war in Libby Prison under sentence of death, by Dr. C.E. Godfrey, 1907

72NW

13

SCHAPIRA

HERMAN

Professor Herman Schapira, 1934

5

2

SCHENCK

ROBERT C.

Life of

77S

1

SCHUCHERT

CHARLES

Charles Schuchert, 1858-1942, 1943

77S

2

SCHUCHERT

CHARLES

Memorial to Charles Schuchert, 1943

77S

3

SCHUCHERT

CHARLES

Charles Schuchert, 1858-1942, 1943

73

18

SCHULTZ

CHRISTOPHER

Christopher Schultz, 1718-1789

71LSc

33

SCHURMAN

WILLIAM

William Schurman, loyalist, 1932

12

11

SCOTT

ALEXANDER

Service commemorative of the dead, Hiawatha Lodge, Masons, Mt. Vernon, NY 1893

29

13

SCOTT

WINFIELD

A history of the wrongs inflicted on Winfield Scott by the supporters of Franklin Peirce

29

14

SCOTT

WINFIELD

Anecdotes of Winfield Scott as soldier and citizen

29

15

SCOTT

WINFIELD

The Presidency-Winfield Scott-Franklin Pierce; their qualifications and fitness for that high office

69

9

SCOTT

WINFIELD

Lives of ... and General Winfield Scott: to which is appended and outline of the history of Mexico and the Mexican War ...1848

51

7

SCOVILLE

G.W.

In memoriam, music for Memorial Day 1911

58

2

SCOVILLE

JAMES MITCHELL LAMSON

A memorial of James M. L. Scoville and William Henry Scoville, 1858

58

2

SCOVILLE

WILLIAM HENRY

A memorial of James Mitchel Lamson Scoville and William Henry Scoville, 1858

58

3

SCOVILLE

SAMUEL B.

A sermon at the funeral of Samuel B. Scoville Watertown, CT 1866

42

15

SCROPE

HON. GEORGE AUGUSTUS (LORD VISCOUNT HOWE)

The burial place of George Augustus Howe, by Joseph Hooper, Lecturer at Berkerley Divinity School, Middletown, CT 1897

45

13

SCUDDER

REV. MOSES L.

The way Rev. Moses L. Scudder secured a cottage at Martha's Vineyard, a plain statement of facts, by David Clark, Hartford, 1870

22

5

SEABURY

RIGHT REVEREND SAMUEL

The Seabury thanksgiving, held on the centenary of his death, St. James Church, New London, 1896 (Seabury referred to as the first American Bishop)

45

14

SEABURY

RT. REV. SAMUEL

Sermon in commemoration of the episcopate of Samuel Seabury, by J. Williams, 1885

58

4

SEABURY

REV. SAMUEL

Sermon preached before the convention of the diocese of Connecticut ... in commemoration of the consecration of Samuel Seabury as First Bishop of Connecticut, 1884

71SeW

1

SEABURY

SAMUEL

Unpublished letter by Bishop Samuel Seabury and Bishop John Skinner

71Se W

2

SEARLE

ROV. ROGER

Rev. Roger Searle, A.M. of Conn. & Ohio,

71SeW

3

SEARS

DAVID

Memoir of Hon. David Sears, 1886

45

15

SEDGEWICK

JOHN

An address concerning Gen. John Sedgewick, 1880

9

8

SEDGEWICK

JOHN

Memorial Day exercises in memory of Gen. John Sedgewick, Cornwall, CT 1892

77S

4

SEDGEWICK

JOHN

Dedication of the statue of Major General John Sedgewick, West Point, 1869

22

6

SELDEN

REV. DAVID

Sermon at the funeral of Rev. David Selden, by Isaac Parsons,East Haddam, 1825

8

16

SELLERS

WILLIAM

William Sellers, 1905

77S

5

SEQUOYAH

 

Sequoyah and his talking leaves

72NW

14

SERRA

JUNIPERO

Program of exercises attending the unveiling of the statues of Junipero Serro,...Statutory Hall, National Capitol, 1931

77S

6

SERRA

JUNIPERO

Exercises commemorating and honoring the memory of Father Junipero Serro, 1959

451

6

SEWARD

WILLIAM H.

An address ... on the of William H. Seward, life, character and services 1873

68

17

SEXTON

JOSEPH

Sermon ... at the funeral of Deacon Joseph Sexton, Somers, by William Strong, pastor of the Church in Somers, 1819

77S

7

SEYMOUR

GEORGE DUDLEY

Last will and testament of George Dudley Seymour, 1943

79

 

SEYMOUR

GEORGE DUDLEY

Duplicate of 77S,7

78

6

SEYMOUR

GEORGE DUDLEY

George Dudley Seymour, by Theodore Sizer, 1945

58

5

SEYMOUR

HON. HORATIO

Horatio Seymour, ex-governor of New York..., 1886

77S

8

SEYMOUR

NATHAN PERKINS

Nathan Perkins Seymour, 1813-1891

22

7

SEYMOUR

MR & MRS. ORIGEN STORRS

Memento of the Golden Wedding Day, Oct. 5, 1880 (he is referred to as"ex-Chief Justice")

73

19

SEYMOUR

THOMAS DAY

Memorial address,1908

46

17S

HAKESPEARE

WILLIAM

An address on the occasion of the 350th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth, 1914

71LSc

30

SHERMAN

ROGER

Roger Sherman: portrait of a cordwainer statesman, 1932

77S

10

SHERMAN

ROGER

Two addresses on Roger Sherman, 1955

9

11

SHERMAN

ROGER MINOTT

Tribute to the memory of the Hon. Roger Minott Sherman, by Lyman H. Atwater, pastor of the First Congregational Church in Fairfield, 1845

9

12

SHERMAN

ROGER MINOTT

Sketch of the life and character of the late Hon. Roger Minott Sherman, 1846

71LSc

29

SHERMAN

ROGER MINOTT

Biographical sketch of Roger Minott Sherman, by William Beers, 1882

77S

11

SHERMAN

W.T.

General W.T. Sherman as a college president, 1910

37

8

SHERMAN

WILLIAM TECUMSEH

Service to the memory of William Techumseh Sherman,

49

15

SHIPMAN

REV. THOMAS LEFFINGWELL

A memorial of Rev. Thomas Leffingwell Shipman, by Rev. W.B. Clarke, 1889

71SeW

4

SHIPMAN

WILLIAM DAVIS

Proceedings ... presentation to the United States District Court for the District of Conn, a portrit of William Davis Shipman, 1929

45

18

SIDNEY

ALGERNON

A lecture on Algernon Sidney, by Robert Winthrop, 1854

29

16

SIENKIEWICZ

HENRYK

Sketch, 1897

7lSeW

5

SIENKIEWICZ

HENRYK

Henryk Sienkiewicz, Homer of the novel, 1919

46

1

SILLIMAN

BENJAMIN

An address commemorative of the life and services of Benjamin Silliman, by T. Woolsey, 1865

46

2

SILLIMAN

BENJAMIN

Benjamin Silliman article from the American Journal of Science and Arts 1865 (he founded the Journal)

51

9

SIMONDS

WILLIAM E.

Circular relating to the proposed memorial to past department commander William E. Simonds, (GAR) 1911

72NW

16

SKINNER

AARON NICHOLS

Description of tablet commemorating Skinner, New Haven

71SeW

1

SKINNER

JOHN

Unpublished letters by Bishop Samuel Seabury and Bishop John Skinner

77S

12

SKINNER

MARK

In memoriam, 1888

77S

13

SMITH

MRS. AMANDA

Life, travels, labors, and helpers of Mrs. Amanda Smith, the famous negro missionary evangelist, 1886

8

2

SMITH

MRS. CAROLINE

Memorial sketch by Mrs. Caroline Patton Hatch

75

23

SMITH

GEORGE D.

George D. Smith memorial tribute to the greatest bookseller the world has ever known, 1945

72NW

17

SMITH

NATHAN

Proceedings at New Haven, in relation to the demise of Hon. Nathan Smith (U.S. Senator) and the funeral solemnities, 1835

75

24

SMITH

SAMUEL

Inside out, or roguery exposed: being the life, sufferings and adventure of Samuel Smith, alias Samuel Corson, now confined in Newgate Prison... to which is added an admonition to youth, against the most prevalent vices which led to his misfortune viz. intemperance, profanity and sabbath breaking, and also a soliloquy upon his unfortunate situation, written by himself, Hartford, 1827

72NW

18

SMITH

REV. THOMAS MATHER

A memorial, 1866

7lSeW

6

SMITH

WILLIAM MATHER

Discourse preached at the funeral of Deacon William Mather Smith, by D.D. Tompkins McLaughlin, pastor Cong'l Church, Sharon, 1864

22

9

SMITH

CHARLES TAYLOR

Discourse by Rev. J.B. Cleaveland pronounced at the Congregational Church, New Hartford, 1864

46

3

SMITH

REV. DAVID

Sermon preached ... at the funeral of Rev. David Smith for 33 years pastor of the Church in Durham,CT, by Abraham Baldwin, 1862

16

1

SMITH

JOHN Y.

Sketch of life, by D.S. Durrie

22

10

SMITH

LIZZIE O.

History of Lizzie O. Smith, the modern martyr, by Rev. E. Davies

16

2

SMITH

NATHAN

Eulogium, by J. Knight, 1829

14

6

SMITH

SARAH HUNTINGTON

Three early missionaries from eastern Connecticut, by Emily S. Gilman, 1897

49

16

SMITH

SOPHIA

An address at the centennial of the birth of Sophia Smith, the founder of Smith College,1896

69

2

SOULE

REV. GEORGE

Sermon preached at the funeral of the Rev. George Soule, late pastor of the Congregational Church in Hampton, CT, by Samuel G. Willard, pastor of the Congregational Church, Willimantic, 1868

51

10

SOULE

WILLIAM

Memorial sermon to William Soule, M.D. by Sherrod Soule, pastor of the Congregational Church at Naugatuck, 1900

77S

14

SOUTHERN INDIAN STUDIES

 

VOL. 2, NO.1, 1950

69

3

SOUTHMAYD.

CHARLES F

Memorial of Charles Southmayd,1912

29

17

SPARKS

JARED

Discourse occasioned by the death of Jared Sparks, by William Newell, 1866

77S

15

SPENCER

AMBROSE

Discourse on the life, character and public service of Ambrose Spencer, New York, 1849

7lSeW

8

SPENCER

MRS. CLARISSA MCLEAN

Tribute to the memory of Mrs. Spencer, by her pastor, Rev. C.H. Barber, Second Cong. Church Manchester,1897

22

11

SPENCER

ELIHU

Maxims of Morality. 1858

71SeW

7

SPENCER

JOSEPH

Historical sketch of Joseph Spencer, East Haddam

77S

16

SPENCER

MARTHA LINSLEY

Tribute to Martha Linsley Spencer Connecticut poet,1956

77S

17

SPERRY

ELMER AMBROSE

Biographcial memoir, 1955

22

12

SPERRY

HARRIET A.(MRS.LUCIEN)

In memoriam, 1888

49

17

SPERRY

N.D.

Biography campaign information "Woodbridge Oak"

75

25

SPRAGUE

CHARLES

Remarks upon the life and writings of Charles Sprague,1875

72NW

19

SPRAGUE

(MARY L. (MRS. W.B.)

Tribute to the memory of Mary Sprague,1837

29

18

SPRAGUE

SELDEN M.D.

Obituary of Selden Sprague by Giles N. Langdon M.D. delivered before the Connecticut Eclectic Medical Association 1868

72NW

20

SPURGEON

CHARLES HADDON

Spurgeon episodes and anecdotes of his busy life 1892

77S

18

SPYWOOD

GEORGE

The experience of George Spywood Middletown 1843. This book is got up as an object of charity the author having met with several losses by bad notes

71LSc

31

ST. JOHN

SOPHIA J.

Biographies of Sophia J. St. John and Wm. Henry St. John late of Bridgeport 1864

71LSc

31

ST. JOHN

WM. HENRY

Biographies of Sophia J. St. John and Wm. Henry St. John late of Bridgeport 1864

37

9

STANFORD

LELAND

Memorial address 1894

7lSeW

9

STANTON

FRANK LEBBY

Frank Lebby Stanton Georgia's first poet laureate

9

13

STANTON

HENRY B.

Random recollections 1886

16

4

STEARNS

GEORGE INGERSOLL

Sermon ... death of Rev. George Ingersoll Stearns, pastor of the First Congregational Church, Windham by Rev. Samuel G. Willard

22

13

STEBBINS

REV. STEPHEN W.

Sermon ... funeral of Rev. Stephen Stebbins Senior Pastor of the Congregational Church, West Haven, 1844

58

7

STEDMAN

JAMES

Sermon delivered in the First Congregational Church Norwich ... occasioned by the death of James Stedmen, 1856

72NW

21

STEINER

BERNARD CHRISTIAN

Reminiscences of Bernard Christian Steiner and his "History of Guilford and Madison, CT", 1934

46

4

STEPHENS

ELEANOR KIMBALL (MRS. HENRY C.)

In memoriam, 1869

7lSeW

10

STERLING

GEORGE

In memory of George Sterling, Bridgeport, 1871

77S

19

STERLING

GEORGE W.

Memorial service and editorials, 1874

29

19

STERRY

JACK

Jack Sterry, the Jessie scout, and incident of second Manassas, on which turned the course of the campaign and the fate of the southern army, 1908

5

4

STEVENS

CHAUNCEY COE

Address at the funeral of Rev. Chauncy Coe Stevens by William S. Smart D.D. 1886

9

14

STEVENS

EUGENE W.

Sermon by the Rev. N. J. Burton on the death... Eugene W. Stevens, 1868

22

14

STEVEN

EUGENE W.

Sermon by the Rev. N.J. Burton, on the death of our beloved child, 1868

5

5

STEVENS

WILLIAM BACON

A discourse commemorative of the life and services of the Rt. Rev. William Bacon Stevens, D.D. LL.D. 1888

71SeW

11

STICKNEY

JOHN NEWTON

In memoriam, Rockville, 1893

77S

20

STILES

RICHARD CRESSON, M.D.

Obituary, 1873

37

10

STOCKBRIDGE.

FRANCIS B

In memoriam, 1895

7lSeW

12

STOCKBRIDGE

LEVI

A tribute, 1904

69

4

STOCKING

ISABELLA BAKER

In memoriam, 1890

69

5

STOCKWELL

CHESTER TWITCHELL

A tribute to Chester Stockwell, 1915

29

20

STODDARD

RICHARD HENRY

The Authors Club Dinner to Richard H. Stoddard, 1897

73

20

STOECKEL

GUSTAVE J.

Gustave Stoeckel, Yale pioneer in music, 1939

5

6

STONE

FREDERICK DAWSON

Proceedings of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania on the death of Frederick Dawson Stone, Litt.D.1897

69

6

STONE

REV. HIRAM

Rev. Hiram Stone 1824-1911

77S

21

STONE

JOEL

Memoir of Colonel Joel Stone

46

5

STORRS

MARY ELWELL

In memoriam, 1898

69

7

STORRS

MELANCTHON, M.D.

Life sketch of Melancthon Storrs, (Hartford)

5

7

STORRS

RICHARD SALTER

A sermon preached ... at the funeral of Rev. Richard Salter Storrs, D.D. 1874

77S

22

STORRS

RICHARD SALTER

Memorial service in honor of Richard Salter Storrs, 1900

29

21

STORY

JOSEPH

Discourse commemorative of life and character, 1845

29

22

STORY

JOSEPH

Memoir, by George Hillard, 1869

22

15

STOWE

HARRIET BEECHER

The Harriet Beecher Stowe Centenary from the New England Magazine, June 1911

69

8

STRAUS

NATHAN

Speech in the House of Representatives, 1926, honoring Straus for his campaign for pasteurized milk

5

8

STRONG

CALEB

Funeral sermon by Joseph Lyman, D.D.

46

6

STRONG

MISS FRANCES A.

A discourse occasioned by the death of Miss Frances A. Strong, Principal of the Hartford Female Seminary, by J. Hawes, 1853

46

7

STRONG

HENRY

A discourse occasioned by the death of Hon. Henry Strong, Norwich, CT 1852

9

2

STRONG

REV. NATHAN

Funeral delivered at the interment of Rev. Nat Strong, D.D. pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Hartford, by Nathan Perkins 1817

29

23

STROYER

JACOB

My life in the south, 1885

9

17

STURGES

REV. THOMAS BENEDICT

Memorial service of Rev. T. B. Sturges, Greenfield, Hill, CT 1887

72NW

22

SULLIVAN

ALGERNON SYDNEY

Algernon Sullivan, extracts from public expressions by his friends, 1893

29

24

SULLIVAN

GENERAL

General Sullivan, not a pensioner of Luzerne, 1875

59

18

SULZBERGER

HON. MAYER

Address of Hon. Norris Barratt...presentation...portrait of Mayer Sulzberger, 1916

47

22

SUMNER

CHARLES

Memorial address given to Congress by Senator Henry B. Anthony of Rhode island, 1874

49

18

SUMNER

CHARLES

An address,by Henry G. Spaulding,1911

43

12

SWIFT

PHILETUS

In memoriam, 1918

7lSeW

13

SYMINGTON

REV. CHARLES

Address commemorative of Rev. Charles Symington, by President Dwight in the Congregational Church, Litchfield, 1894