Title: Jenkins, John F., Our Jenkins Heritage (Greenfield, NH: 50 copies Privately Printed, 1980)
1850 U.S. Census
1860 U.S. Census
Hall, Mary A. Newell, Thomas Newell Who Settled in Farmington, Conn., And His Descendants (Southington, Conn., Cochrane Bros., Book and Job Printers: 1878)
CallNumber: CS71 / M663 / 2004
CS / 71 / C989 1889
Givenname: Google Books
Name: Google Books
Note: ies Privately Printed, 1980. On Page 19: "Grandfather wrote that he was named Newell Sill by his mother, Phebe Bishop, who was left an orphan and taken care of by her grandparents, Dr. Mark Newell, a beloved physician...." "Dr. Samuel D. Harris National Museum of Dentistry, Baltimore, MD 21201-1504, USA. firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Newell Sill Jenkins was one of the pioneer American dentists who took "American dentistry" to Europe. Among his patients were Composer Richard Wagner, and among his friends, Author Mark Twain. He treated some of the crown head of Europe, and yet found time to participate in organized dentistry and conduct research in cosmetic dentistry. He was the father of the porcelain revival in both Europe and America. Unfortunately, Jenkins' Legacy as the chief proponent of cosmetic dentistry in the late 19th and early 20th centuries has been largely ignored by dental historians. In a 20-year period (1896 to 1916), Jenkins published 32 articles in the dental literature on the esthetic advantages of porcelain fillings. It is time to give Jenkins his just recognition."
Note: From: Jenkins, John F., "Our Jenkins Heritage" Greenfield, NH: 50 cop
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