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A memoir of General John Coffin
|Statement||compiled from various sources by Henry Coffin.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (17 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||17|
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•ti^ The subject of the following memoir, General John Coffin, was the third son of Mr. Nathaniel Coffin, Cashier of Customs at Boston, Capital of the State of Massachusets, at that time a Colony of Great Britain. v- -^ r?.: v, John Coffin was descended from a long line of Knights and Valiant men — ^for, we find Sir Richard Coffin, as.
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of time one of these—Nathanael Coffin—took unto himself as a bride Mary Porter, a niece of the Hon. Rufus King, sometime American Minister to Great Britain, and at Wiscasset, Maine, there was born to them, on September T4, T8I5, the subject of this memoir—John Coffin.
The earliest details of his life that are now accessible relate. John Coffin, a police inspector rising through the ranks to Commissioner, and his wife, Stella Pinero, an actress, in south London, England: In books 1 to 4 Inspector Coffin appears only as a background character.
By the 5th book (The Interloper) Coffin is already a Divisional Inspector. A Memoir of General John Coffin, Compiled from Various Sources by Henry Sloane Coffin avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 2 editions.
However, it is John’s sixth sense and understanding of human nature and motivation that helps the department mystifying crime mysteries almost every time and again. Grave Coffin. In the 29th book of the John Coffin series, Coffin now in charge of the Second City of London Police as Chief Commander is dealing with two crises.
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Memoir by John McGahern pp, Faber, £ John McGahern's Memoir is painfully aware of its larger significance as an account of growing up. Memoir, history or record composed from personal observation and experience. Closely related to, and often confused with, autobiography, a memoir usually differs chiefly in there being a greater degree of emphasis placed on external events in memoirs, whereas autobiographies are concerned primarily with the writer.
John Coffin (c. – ) was an army officer, merchant, judge and political figure in New represented King's in the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick from to He was born in Boston, the son of Nathaniel Coffin and Elizabeth entered the British Army and fought at the Battle of Bunker became a major in the Orange.
Thomas Coffin Amory (October 6, – Aug ) was born in Boston, Massachusetts, the youngest son of Jonathan Amory and his wife Mehitable (Sullivan) Culter. An American lawyer, historian, politician, biographer, and poet, he graduated from Harvard University in He became a member of the bar of Suffolk County, Boston in Born: October 6, Top publishers said they 'would kill' to publish John Kelly's tell-all book about his time as Trump's Chief of Staff.
One editor said they reached out to him before the formal announcement was made. Coffin was born in to a family living in a new two-story penthouse on the upper East Side, with a subsidiary establishment in Oyster Bay. Father worked at W. Sloane, the family business, and an uncle was president of Union Theological Seminary.
At age fourteen Coffin was in Paris, a pupil of Nadia Boulanger, practicing piano five hours. COFFIN, JOHN, army officer, businessman, politician, jp, judge, and office holder; b. in Boston, son of Nathaniel Coffin, the last receiver general and cashier of British customs for Boston, and Elizabeth Barnes; brother of Isaac Coffin and nephew of John Coffin*; m.
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