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Brine, Mary D. (Mary Dow)

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  • Fuller Name

    • Mary Dow
  • Variants

    • Brine, Mary Dow Northam, Mrs.
    • Northam, Mary Dow
    • Northan, Mary Dow
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    • Birth Place

        New York (N.Y.)
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        (itoamc) Authors
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            (itoamc) Lyricists
              (itoamc) Poets
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          • Earlier Established Forms

            • Brine, Mary Dow Northam, Mrs.
          • Sources

            • found: Her Grandma's memories, 1888:t.p. (Mary D. Brine, author of "Grandma's attic treasures")
            • found: Her Margaret Arnold's Christmas, 1894:t.p. (Mary D. Brine; author of "Grandma's attic treasures," "Grandma's memories," "The story of Aunt Patience," etc.)
            • found: LC in RLIN, 6-29-93(hdg.: Brine, Mary Dow (Northam), Mrs.; usage: Mary D. Brine)
            • found: Sheranian, Lori. Somebody's Mother, 2014:title page verso (poem by Mary Down Brine) back cover (Mary Dow Brine; American poet and writer; born in New York City in 1816; died in 1913)
            • found: Ancestry, via WWW, Oct. 17, 2022:New York, U.S., Marriage Newspaper Extracts (Mary D. Northam; dau. of Wm. L. Northam; m. William Brine, of New York, June 20, 1862, in Brooklyn) 1900 U.S. Fed. Census (Mary D. Brine; age 53; authoress; b. New York, Aug. 1846; widowed; res. Boston, Mass.) U.S. Passport Applications: 1921 (Mary D. Brine; writer; widow of William Brine; res. 120 W. 67th St., N.Y.; b. New York City, Aug. 4, 1858; intending to travel to British Isles, France, Italy, Switzerland, Holland, Belgium and Spain, departing Oct. 22, 1921) Find a Grave Index (Mary D. Brine; wife of William Brine; d. July 19, 1925; note: data from gravestone photograph; interred adjacent to her parents, Caroline A. Dow and William L. Northam at Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, N.Y.)
            • found: Google Books, via WWW, Oct. 17, 2022:Woman's Who's who of America, 1914, p. 127 (Mary Dow Brine; author; writer of books for children; has written for various magazines; plays a number of instruments; composer of music and writes words for song composers; b. New York City, dau. of William Langley and Caroline A. (Dow) Northam; educated in New York; m. William Brine) The Publishers' trade list annual, 1882, advertisement (Mary D. Brine; author of: My boy and I; Madge, the violet girl, and other poems including "Somebody's mother" and "The home concert; Christmas rhymes and New Year's chimes)
            • found: New York Times, via WWW, Oct. 17, 2022:Obituaries, Monday, July 20, 1925 (Mary Dow Brine; eldest daughter of Caroline Dow and William Langley Northan [sic]; d. July 19, 1925)
            • found: MWA/NAIP files, Jan. 18, 2023(access point: Brine, Mary D. (Mary Dow); note: b. New York, Aug. 1846; d. July 19, 1925; some sources state vital dates as 1816-1913; others suggest that her first name was Mabel)
          • Change Notes

            • 1993-07-01: new
            • 2023-01-19: revised
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