n in his History of the American Stage 1733-1870, says Mrs. Bannister was born in Chester, N. H., and that her maiden name w6, 1799.
She was the daughter of John and Lydia (Fulton) Bannister of Boston, who were married there by the Rev. James Freem New England towns are a great help in proving residence.
Mr. and Mrs. Bannister became residents of Medford a few years aMrs. Bannister became residents of Medford a few years after their marriage.
His name is first found on the tax list 1797 and last in 1800.
He owned one-half of a house.
Amelia son named Henry F. Stone.
Her third husband was Nathaniel H. Bannister, who was born in Baltimore and died in New York, 1of Uncle Tom's Cabin at the National Theater, in 1853, Mrs. Bannister was the representative of the revengeful yet sympathizr a few years' absence from New York she reappeared as Mrs. Bannister.
She seems always to have appeared under her own nameelied upon the printed authorities mentioned above.
Mrs. Bannister was connected with the writer's family (a great aunt h