Definition of Pomroys
1. pomroy [n] - See also: pomroy
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Literary usage of Pomroys
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Records and Papers of the New London County Historical Society (1890)
"... Depo [sited] in Sd Dougless band one in favour of Israel Morey of Hebron for ye Sum of £19-0-0 the other in favour of Ralph & Elezar pomroys Said Notes ..."
2. Old Family Letters: Copied from the Originals for Alexander Biddle... Series by Alexander Biddle, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Rush (1892)
"&c. Men of Science, Letters and Urbanity, even Spartacus, out of a Newspaper, or a Pamphlet, is all this. On the last Saturday of October at Mr. pomroys of ..."
3. The Boston Miscellany of Literature and Fashion by Nathan Hale, Henry Theodore Tuckerman (1842)
"... pomroys,—had been famous for the manufacture of guns ; and that, from the date of the grant until the present time, some one of the direct descendants ..."
4. The Battle-field of Bunker Hill: With a Relation of the Action by William by Richard Frothingham, William Prescott (1876)
"pomroys ordering them who were there in front, and had been on Fatigue all night faint and hungry, ..."