Archives of Maryland
Rev. Eli Nugent (c. 1785-1861)
MSA SC 3520-16274
Liahona Research, comp. Washington,
D.C. Marriages, 1826-50 [database on-line]. Provo,
Ancestry.com Operations Inc,
District court records located at Washington, DC.
Records extracted from the
Hon. Eleanor Holmes Norton. "Special Tribute to Asbury
United Methodist Church," Congressional
Record- Extension of Remarks, (September 16, 1997) p.
Kay. Escape on
the Pearl: The Heroic Bid for Freedom on the Underground Railroad. New
York: HarperCollins Publishers, 2007.
Census of the United States, 1850, Washington Ward 2,
Washington, District of Columbia. Roll M432_56, p. 110A, Image 226.
February 17, 1842, p. 3.
"The Negro Character," Emancipator
and Free American, December
[No Title], Salem
October 5, 1848.
[No Title], The
Volume XXXV, Issue 15, p.4, June 3, 1854.
Star (Washington DC), November 3, 1855.
"The Unexpected Arrival of Mr. Lincoln-Reception of His Family and
Volume XLVII, Issue 83, February 25, 1861, p. 4.
[No Title] The
February 26, 1861.
"One Hundred and Fifteen: A Centennial Contribution. The Oldest Man in
the United States- His History and Recollections," Critic Record
(Washington DC), June 19, 1876.
"Died," Evening Star
(Washington DC), June 15, 1877. The obituary of Ann Green, described as
the "daughter of Charlotte and the late Eli Nugent, in the 41st year of
(Washington DC), Issue 6893, September 5, 1890, p. 3. Article listing
Mary M. Nugent as the granddaughter of "the late Rev. Eli and Eleanor
"Association of Oldest Inhabitants," Washington Bee,
December 28, 1912.
Miles C. Maxfield, "A Century of Colored Sunday School Work at the
Capital of the Great Republic," Washington
June 22, 1918.
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