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Made by H.E. von Ehrenheim, 1754. Could this be Hedvig Eleonora v. E., born 1747 at Malingsbo bruk, Dalarna? Her grandfather came from Stettin, Poland, and where nobilized in 1705 for his efforts to Sweden. Her father was born in Riga, and became owner (brukspatron) to Malingsbo bruk - iron mill - 1737. Her grandmother was a swedish governors' daughter. (Some of my ancestors were blacksmiths in Malingsbo... /E. )

Made by H.E. von Ehrenheim, 1754. Could this be Hedvig Eleonora v. E., born 1747 at Malingsbo bruk, Dalarna? Her grandfather came from Stettin, Poland, and where nobilized in 1705 for his efforts to Sweden. Her father was born in Riga, and became owner (brukspatron) to Malingsbo bruk - iron mill - 1737. Her grandmother was a swedish governors' daughter. (Some of my ancestors were blacksmiths in Malingsbo... /E. )

Sampler, Elizabeth Stine (b. 1784), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Dated 1793-- probably a German girl given her surname and the similarity of a sampler in the collection of the Schwenkfelder Heritage Center

Sampler, Elizabeth Stine (b. 1784), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Dated 1793-- probably a German girl given her surname and the similarity of a sampler in the collection of the Schwenkfelder Heritage Center

Jane Bostocke | sampler | linen | silk + metal thread | stitches include: cross + back + satin + chain + ladder + buttonhole + detached buttonhole filling + couching + coral + speckling + two-side Italian cross + bullion + French knot + beadwork | England, Britain | 1598 | the earliest dated extant British sampler

Jane Bostocke | sampler | linen | silk + metal thread | stitches include: cross + back + satin + chain + ladder + buttonhole + detached buttonhole filling + couching + coral + speckling + two-side Italian cross + bullion + French knot + beadwork | England, Britain | 1598 | the earliest dated extant British sampler

Dated 1784, this piece was embroidered by Jeannie Mitchell. Collection of the Linlithgow Heritage Trust.

Dated 1784, this piece was embroidered by Jeannie Mitchell. Collection of the Linlithgow Heritage Trust.

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