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Viewing: Sise, William Henry (Col.), 1827-1896

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Image of C12.555 - Mourning Ribbon for Col. Sise SFE Co., No.2

C12.555 - Mourning Ribbon for Col. Sise SFE Co., No.2

A black memorial ribbon with silver fringe at the bottom, and a pin at the top reading, "In Memoriam". On ribbon are the words, "Col. Sise/S.F.E. Co. No. 2/Portsmouth/Fire Dep't./We'll Try", written in silver lettering. Also on on the ribbon is the image in silver of a firefighter holding a hose.

Image of Folder: Portsmouth Fire Dept. - Ephemera

Folder: Portsmouth Fire Dept. - Ephemera

Col. Sise Engine Shows a raised front with image of a fire engine and words: "We'll Try"! Motto of William H. Sise, Mayor of Portsmouth, 1878-1881; also a fireman.

MS004 - South Church, 1772-1996

Scope and Content The records consist of meeting minutes and financial records including the records of the South Church Charity Fund and the Proprietors’ Burying Ground. The records are divided into two subgroups which are chronologically separate; the first is general records of the South Church and the second primarily contains the records of the South Church Charity Fund and other later church records. The first subgroup contains the earliest papers, from 1772-1795, which consists of calls to meetings and the minutes of those meetings, pew tax accounts, and a 1788 letter from Rev. Samuel Haven to the parish meeting discussing parishioners delinquent in paying their taxes. There is a

Image of PS0873_01 - Small Photograph Collections

PS0873_01 - Small Photograph Collections

Labeled as "The Athenaeum Boys" these proprietors are seated in the Reading Room at the Portsmouth Athenaeum, 6-8 Market Square, Portsmouth, NH. Glassplate negative and negative copy. The "Boys" are identified as the following from left to right: Col. William H. Sise; Robert C. Peirce; Titus Salter Tredick; Joseph Sise; Joseph W. Peirce; Capt. John G. Moses; John Sise; unidentified: Thomas Neil; Capt. Charles C. Carpenter U.S.N.; Dr. Frederick E. Potter. Photograph was taken prior to the 1892-renovations and depicts the style of the Reading Room from about the 1850s until 1891. This is one of three similar images. Not pictured are Comdr. Edwin White U.S.N. and Frank J. Philbrick wh

Image of PS0873_02 - Small Photograph Collections

PS0873_02 - Small Photograph Collections

Labeled as "The Athenaeum Boys" these proprietors are seated in the Reading Room at the Portsmouth Athenaeum, 6-8 Market Square, Portsmouth, NH. Two copies. The "Boys" are identified as the following from left to right: Col. William H. Sise; Robert C. Peirce; Joseph Sise; Joseph W. Peirce (back row, seated); Thomas Neil; Frank J. Philbrick (back row, seated); Capt. John G. Moses; Titus Salter Tredick; Comdr. Edwin White U.S.N. (back row, seated); John Sise; Capt. Charles C. Carpenter U.S.N.; Dr. Frederick E. Potter. En verso of one copy: "This photograph taken June 29th, 1891 represents some of the Proprietors of the Portsmouth Athenaeum, who call themselves "The Athenaeum Boys."

Image of PS1189_02 - Small Photograph Collections

PS1189_02 - Small Photograph Collections

Col. William H. Sise (1827-1896), Portsmouth Athenaeum proprietor, share #77 Original belongs to Mrs. F. Thomas Critchley

Image of PS2805 - Col. Sise Funeral Casket

PS2805 - Col. Sise Funeral Casket

Casket of Col. William Henry Sise, former mayor of Portsmouth, floral decoration in the shape of a fire engine in honor of Engine No. 2 named after Col. Sise, Portsmouth, NH.

Image of PS2875 - Small Photograph Collections

PS2875 - Small Photograph Collections

Labeled as "The Athenaeum Boys" these proprietors are seated in the Reading Room at the Portsmouth Athenaeum, 6-8 Market Square, Portsmouth, NH. The "Boys" are identified as the following from left to right: Col. William H. Sise; Robert C. Peirce; Joseph W. Peirce (back row, standing); Joseph Sise; Frank J. Philbrick (back row, seated); Capt. John G. Moses; Comdr. Edwin White U.S.N. (back row, standing); Titus Salter Tredick; Thomas Neil (back row, standing); John Sise; Capt. Charles C. Carpenter U.S.N.; Dr. Frederick E. Potter. Photograph was taken prior to the 1892-renovations and depicts the style of the Reading Room from about the 1850s until 1891. This is one of three similar im