Statistics for occurrence #1 of “East India” in chapter intro of Colonel Theodore Lyman, With Grant and Meade from the Wilderness to Appomattox:
... of Ophiurans while maintaining a broad interest in the outside world, Lyman became the authority of his day on that group.
In 1858 he married Elizabeth Russell, daughter of George R. Russell, an East India merchant of Boston.
Lyman took his bride home to his Brookline house, where they lived some two years, before starting to travel in Europe.
There a daughter was born, and there they remained unti...
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