Origin of EDES
Definition for edes (2 of 2)
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Do you know where the ship-yard that is owned by a man named Edes may be located?The Minute Boys of Boston|James Otis
Mrs. Edes was past her first youth, but she was undeniably charming.
Von Rosen wondered at himself for disliking Mrs. Edes in particular, whereas he disliked most women in general.
And work on the parsonage being delayed beyond expectation, Mrs. Morse's little son was born in the Edes house.The Romance of Old New England Rooftrees|Mary Caroline Crawford
“Good night, children,” said Mrs. Edes without turning her mink-crowned head.