Martha Ellicott Tyson (1795-1873)
MSA SC 3520-13590
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"A Portrait of Martha Ellicott Tyson (At Swarthmore College)". The Collected Poems of John Russell Hayes. (Philadelphia, PA: The Biddle Press, 1916), 240-241.
A Revised Genealogical Account of the Various Families Descended from Francis Fox, of St. Germans, Cornwall, To Which is Appended a Pedigree of the Crokers, of Lineham, and Many Other Families Connected With Them. (London: Printed for the Compiler, by Head, Hole and Co., Farringdon Street, and Paternoster Row, 1872), 23.
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Stegman, Carol. "Martha Ellicott Tyson." Women of Achievement in Maryland History. (Forestville, MD: Anaconda Press, Inc., 2002), 72-73.
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SPECIAL COLLECTIONS (Henry Maynadier Fitzhugh Family Collection) Martha
Ellicott, Journal, 1813, MSA SC 4688-1-11, M 11760.
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