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"Isaac Potts, sr" 1751 unknown "#1. Elizabeth ___,#2. Rachel Thickston" "#1. c1781 , #2. c 1786 " "#1. Sussex co NJ, #2. Woodbridge, Middlesex co, NJ " "12 Apr 1826, (intestate)" "Vestal, Broome co NY" "Aug 1780- Hardyston NJ, Sussex co tax list, single.
25 June 1781- He and wife Elizabeth-witnesses of a will.
Son born 26 Oct 1782.
Aug 1787- Woodbridge NJ, Middlesex co tax list.
1787- Daughter born to wife Rachel.
First enlistment-26 Feb 1776, Sussex co NJ.
1818- pension #R8385- $96." email@example.com Misc.
John Jenney 1596 "Norwich, Norfolk, England" Sarah Carey 1614 "Layden, S. Holland, Netherlands" 1643 "Plymouth, Massachusetts" "Came to America on the ship""Little James"" in 1623.
""The Pioneers of Massachusetts"", JOHN JENNEY, brewers man, of Norwich, Eng. m. at Leyden, Holland, Sept 5,1614, Sarah Carey, of Monksoon, Eng. Came to Plymouth in the James in 1623. Drew lots for 5 persons. His wife Sarah and Ch. Samuel, Abigail, and Sarah had shares in cattle in 1627. He was farming in 1633. Carried on a corn-mill in 1638, which the widow continued in 1644.
Will dated 28 De. 1643, inv. taken 25 May, will probated Jun 30, 1644.
Widows will, prob. Aug 18, 1655.
On the voyage, Sarah ""was delivered of a child in the Ship a month before we came ashore and both are well yet,God be praised.""(Letter of Capt. Bridges to James Sherley, dated 7 Sept 1623)This same letter gives interesting particulars about her husband , who was the ship's cooper." firstname.lastname@example.org "The Pioneers of Massachusetts,"
Richard Smith unknown England Eleanor Unknown About 1650 "Calvert Co, Md" 1690 "Calvert Co, Md." "Came to America in 1647
Maryland Genealogies, Volume 2, Smith Family of Calvert County, Page 373
Enters rights for himself in 1649 and his wife in 1651. He lived in Calvert Co and owned land in St. Leonard's Creek and Lyons Creek. He was a lawyer by profession. He was Attorney General of the Province in 1657 and held office under Fendells adm. until 1660. In the commission he was called
""Lieutenent Richard Smith"" indicating he held this rank in the provincial militia. he was elected in 1658 one of the Burgesses of Calvert Co.
No record is found of a will or the administration of his estate.
" email@example.com "Maryland Genealogies, Vol 2, Smith family of Calvert co, Md."
John Pottenger "July 17, 1662" "Sittingbourne, Kentshire, England" Mary Unknown about 1686 "Prince George Co, Md." about 1735 "Prince George Co, Md." "Colonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 2
The POTTENGERS claim descent from Walter LE POTAGER of England, b. circa 1270. This family has been seated in Berkshire since the Norman Conquest, and several of the name have served in Parliament and occupied high judicial positions in Great Britain, notably Rt. Hon. Lt.-Gen. Sir Henry POTTINGER, who was created a baronet for his long service as political resident and for some time regent in Cutch and Sinde, envoy to China and superintendent of the British trade there, privy councillor, etc. The name is found in Scotland and Ireland as well as in England long before it appears in America. The connection between the POTTENGERS of Great Britain and those of the United States has not been established, but the first of the name in this country is JOHN POTTENGER, who emigrated to the province of Maryland in Aug. 1665. The immigrant was a large landholder; owned numerous slaves; a man of prominence and influence, and a staunch Presbyterian. His home place was called ""Major's Lot,"" which was on Collington branch of the Patuxent, five [p.591] miles above Upper Marlborough, Md. JOHN POTTENGER, b. circa 1642, d. in Prince George's Co., Md., in 1735, is described as ""of Mt. Calvert Hundred, gentleman and planter""; m. Mary,of whom nothing further is known except that she is named, in the Queen Anne Parish records, as the mother of all of his children" firstname.lastname@example.org Colonial Families of the USA: Vol 2
Richard Purnell 1614 "Glousester, England" Mary Unknown unknown unknown 1698 "Ann Arundel Co, Md." "AA Church Records, St. James, Richard PARNELL d. 7 May, bu. 9 May 1698. Josias TOWGOOD m. 3 Oct. 1698, Mary PURNELL. had daus. Christian, b. 7 Mar., bpt. 27 Apr. 1701; Eliz., b. 5 Mar. 1702/3, bpt. 8 Apr. 1703; Mary, b. 8 Jan., bpt. 8 F 1704 [must be 4/5]; & Frances, b. 15/16? Jan. 1707, bpt. 24 S 1710.
Abstracts of Land Records of AA: Richard HARRISON, Calvert Co., merchant, deeded 14 F 1702, to Josias TOWGOOD, AA, Gent., twelve acres of ""Grammer's Chance,"" for the use of Mary, wf/o Josias TOWGOOD, during life, & after her d., for Richard PURNELL, s/o sd. Mary by Richard PURNELL, her former husband, decd.
Richard PURNELL also had son John, who was ward of Josias TOWGOOD, 1703. Richard HARRISON also deeded directly to Richard PURNELL, Jr., for natural love & affection. Thus, Mary ( ) PURNELL TOWGOOD must have been a relative of Richard HARRISON.
" email@example.com "AA Church Records, St. James, Abstracts of Land Records of AA"
Henry Truman "Dec 17, 1629" "Walesby, Nottingham, England" Jane Smith about 1680 "Calvert Co, Md." 1698 "Prince George, Md." "Truman, (Trueman), Henry (Calvert County), Protestant and probable soldier in the Revolution of 1689; signed an address and took a loyalty oath supporting the King of England and the reestablishment of Lord Baltimore into power on Nov 28, 1689.
Source: Colonial Maryland Soldiers and Sailors 1634-1734, page 355, by Henry C. Peden, Jr., M.A.
Reference: Archives of Maryland, 8:145
From""The Early Settlers of Maryland""
Henry Truman transported in 1677.
Liber 15 folio 534
Records for Yorkshire West Riding and Nottinghamshire, Walesby:
Henrie s Mster Henry Turman 17 Dec 1629
TRUMAN, Henrie" Christening
Christening Date: 7 Dec 1630 Recorded in: "Gedling, Nottinghamshire, England
" Collection: BTs
Father: Henrie TRUMAN
Source: FHL Film 503495 Dates: 1627 - 1640 firstname.lastname@example.org "From ""The Early Settlers of Maryland"""
Thomas Truman Esq. 1625 "probably Northampton, England" Mary Lashley about 1681 "Calvert Co, Md." 1685 "Calvert Co, Md" "Immigrated 1666,to Calvert co. Brother of Nath'l Truman of Calvert Co, Gent. (The Early Settlers of Md)
Owned much land in Calvert Co. bought most in 1653-1695. He was a gentleman planter. Owned many slaves and tobacco plantations. Land information from patent records from Hall of records, Annapolis, Md. compiled by Louise Joyner Hienton, 1959.
MARYLAND CALENDAR OF WILLS: Volume 1
Truman, Thomas,Calvert Co.,21st Sept, 1685;
10th Dec., 1685.
To wife Mary, ½ personal estate and home plantation during life.
To Thomas Truman Greenfield and hrs., ""Trent Neck,""provided they take the name of Truman.
To John Dave and hrs., 625 A. on western branch of the Potomac.
To Richard Brithwell and hrs., 50 A. on Chaptico Branch.
To cous. Mary Truman and hrs., “Bussard's Island.”
To namesake Henry Truman and hrs., 200 A. adjoining the Quagcores.
To sister —– Stringer and Eliza: Carlton, personalty.
To Thomas Truman Greenfield, cousins Mary and Eliza Truman, residue of estate, real and personal.
Exs.: Wife Mary and cous. Mary Truman afsd.
Test: Eliza: Carleton, Jno. Forrest, Andrew Hurd, Geo. Jones. 4. 165." email@example.com The Early Settlers of Maryland
Nathaniel Truman abt 1627 "Northampton, England" none 1677 "Calvert Co, Md." "Immigrated in 1665 to Maryland.(The Early Settlers of Mayland) Bought land in Calvert co called""Truman's Hills"" in Nov 1670. from patent records Hall of records, Annapolis, Md.
Never married. Was overseer for brothers propeties and a judge of the Quarum in Calvert Co in 1669 and 1676 as well as commissioner in 1670.Notes for Nathaniel Truman:
Maryland Calendar of Wills: Volume 1
Trueman, Nathaniel,Calvert Co.,
10th July, 1676; 4th Apr., 1677.
To sisters Mary Trueman and Eliza Stringer, sister-in-law Anne Skinner, Thomas Greenefield, and
John Woodward, personalty.
To nieces Anne, Mary, and Eliza: Trueman, Trueman's Hills.
Brother Thomas, ex. and residuary legatee of estate, real and personal.
Test: Jonathan Samwayes, Jno. Roblin. 5. 188.
" firstname.lastname@example.org The Early Settlers of Maryland
James Truman 1622 "Gedling, Nottingham, England" Ann Storer about 1666 England "Aug 7, 1672" "Calvert Co, Md." "Came to America about 1666. Justice and commissioner of Calvert Co. in 1669-1670.
Martha TRUMAN b: ABT. 1667 in Nottingham, Eng
Ann TRUMAN b: ABT. 1668 in Eng
Elizabeth TRUMAN b: ABT. 1669 in Eng
Mary TRUMAN b: ABT. 1670 in Eng
When he came to Maryland he was accompanied by his wife Ann, his three daughters, Martha, Mary, and
Elizabeth and his brother-in-law Arthur Storer.
Dr. Truman's home was a plantation of 700 acres, called in his will ""Indian Creek and additions."" This
plantation was first laid out as 350 acres in 1657 for Thomas Truman, and in the patent granted in 1658 it is
described as being located ""on the south side of Patuxent River, just after the river bends to flow (east)"" in
to Chesapeake Bay. How James acquired his brother's interest in this property is not to be found in the Land Office
at Annapolis. In his will the place is left one-third to his widow and two-thirds to his daughters, He authorized Mrs. Truman
to sell her portion if she desired to return to England; instead, she subsequently married and gave her daughters her portion of ""Indian Creek.""
Dr. Truman, dying in 1672, was buried at his brother's home, ""Trent Neck."" We find on his gravestone:
""Here lyeth the body of James Truman Gent who died the 7th of August 1672 being aged 50."" This
graveyard, on original ""Trent Neck,"" is near Mechanicsville on a farm occupied in 1945 by Mr. Clyde RaleyJames, his wife and three daughters transported to America in 1672. from Early Settlers of Md. by Gast. 1979.
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George Manwaring (Mainwaring or Manwayring) 1570-1580 England circa 1620-25 Jamestown VA Came to Jamestown in 1609 under the auspices of the Virginia Company of London. I need to know where he is buried as he died here.
firstname.lastname@example.org Patricia J. Sherman
"henry elliott son joseph elliott, jabez elliott" 1712 conn looking to con firm service and units in rev war reported joseph with washington crossing delaware and at wyoming massacre and jabez killed sulliivans march email@example.com
Mary Ann Burchan (Burchman) unknown unknown James Ritter @1780 North Carolina(?) on/before 1840 North Carolina Parents were John and Rachel Coleman (Colman) Burchan Burchman). http://www.angelfire.com/ok5/ritterfamilyok/index.html firstname.lastname@example.org Ritter-Davis webpage owner
Willilam Lowther 1642 "County Meath, Ireland" This man was the start of the Lowthers in America. LLowther@aol.com
William Lowther "County Meath, Ireland" 1642 America Beleived to have his descendents in the Revolutionary War. LLowther@aol.com
Thomas Butler "May 29, 1748" "Dublin, IR" Sarah Jane Semple March 1784 "Carlisle, PA" "Sept. 7, 1805" "Ormonde Plantation, New Orleans, LA" "From Carlisle, PA, he was one the the five famous ""Fighting Butlers"" of the Revolutionary War." email@example.com "The Butler Family of America,"
Charles Davis 1754 Anna Pelton 1774 "Chatham, Middlesex County, CT" "I don't know parents, place of birth or date and place of death. He and Anna Pelton had 4 children, Buckley, 1775; Charles, 1776; Sarah, 1778; and Anna, 1880.
Buckley married Lydia Alvord. Charles married Rebecca Johnson. Sarah married William Pitt Pelton." firstname.lastname@example.org
John Jackson 1716 Ireland Elizabeth Cummins Maryland September 25 1801 Clarksburg HarrisonCouty WV "John Jackson his sons George,Edward,and John were soldiers and noted Indian fighters. Their heroic deeds being recorded on the pages of ""Border Warfare""
John Jackson's great-grandfather to Stonewall.
Camm J White abt 1777 Virginia Mary Moore 1863 Alabama email@example.com
John Reid 1753 Ireland Elizabeth Hannah "1780 - Middle Spring , Cumberland County, PA" Pennsylvania 25 Feb 1800 "Youngstown, Ohio" "Revolutionary War Veteran
Soldier in Continental Army - 9th Pennsylvania Reg't,
Militia Service - 6th Bn 8th Co., also 6th Bn 3rd Co. Lancaster County Militia
Was a Millwright on Mahoning River
Drowned in Mill
Martha - 1780
John - 1783
William - 1785
Mary (Polly) - 1788
Sarah - 1790
Ruth - 1792
James - 1794
Elizabeth - 1797" firstname.lastname@example.org PA state archives
Henry Pennifold 27/09/1834 Sussex Grace Stredwick 20/11/1853 "Brighton Oldchurch, England" 17/7/1900 "Adelaide, South Australia" "Arrived in Australia on 14/01/1859 aboard ""Sultana""" email@example.com
Vivion Francis Brooking abt 1738 Virginia
Zaccheus Taylor Benson 2/23/1846 "Harrison, Ohio" Nancy Laura Foster 12/18/1884 "Linneus, Mo" 2/25/1925 "Wakita, Ok" firstname.lastname@example.org
"JAMES, ARMSTRONG" 3-17-1758 HENRY COUNTY VIRGINIA "LANIER, NANCY " 1-17-1782 3/15/1819 "MONROE , OVERTON COUNTY TN" WHAT TYPE OF LEGISLATION DID HE INTRODUCE WHILE A LEGISLATOR IN VIRGINIA IN 1791-1792 THEA926@SBCGLOBAL.NET
Henry Joseph Crowder 1793 "Amelia County, VA" Elizabeth Daughter of Henry J. Crowder and Elizabeth is Mary Ann Crowder born in VA. email@example.com Beverly W Roseberry
Nimrod Johnson 1783 NC Susannah Gallian Green BEF 1856 "Jackson County, TN" firstname.lastname@example.org 1840 Census
Daniel Johnson 1789 NC email@example.com US Census
John Thompson "March 23, 1789" Possibly Pennsylvania? Margaret Jones "September 17,1812" "Possibly, Pennsylvania?" "December 9, 1864" "Rochester, New York" Macgaelic@aol.com
john gardner warren
Colonel Joshua Fry 1699 Somerset England Mary Micou 1700 ? 1754 during the French and Indian War "Cumberland, MD" firstname.lastname@example.org http://wolves.dsc.k12.ar.us/cyberace/sbgone/gen/fam1/fry/joshua.htm
benjamin townsend "10 June, 1682" "Lynn, Massachusetts" Susanna Wheeler "17 april, 1710" "Concrd, Massachusetts" "son, Benjamin Townsend, was a minute man , in American REvolution along with four of his sons, one named Bela Townsend" email@example.com
william stanley 1710 va 1784 henry co. va firstname.lastname@example.org DON STANLEY SR
Lawrence Smith 1812 "Northampton County, NC"
William Lowry Ireland Nancy Steele Ireland 1803 "Indiana County, PA"
Daniel Kernan 1833 Ireland
john severance 1509 england
john severance 1509 england email@example.com family
Edward Palmes Abt. 1638 "Sherborn, Hampshire, England" (1) Lucy Winthrop (2) Sarah Farmer (1) 1664 (2) 1677 "(1) Boston, Suffolk, MA (2) New London, CT" "March 21, 1715" "New London, CT" "PALMES, EDWARD (d. 1715). Judge (New London), 1664, 1667, 1671, 1672, 1673, 1674, 1675, 1676, 1677; Magistrate, New London County and the Narragansett Country, May 1674; Deputy (New London), May 1671, Oct. 1671, May 1672, May 1673, Oct. 1673, May 1674, Oct. 1674, Oct. 1677; Militia Committee, June 1672; Capt., New London County Troop, Oct. 1672; called Capt., Oct. 1673, and Major, May 1674; member of New London County Court Martial, Jan. 1677.
Soon after settling in New London, Edward Palmes became very intimate with Governor Winthrop and family marrying his 2nd daughter Lucy. The Governor made Mr. Palmes his Chief of Staff and conferred other honors upon the young man nearly of which heartily approved. Mr. Palmes bought large holdings of real estate and eventually became quite wealthy for those days. " firstname.lastname@example.org "Conn. Col. I. 426. II. 63, 147, 152, 169, 170, 182, 186, 192, 209, 214, 221, 231, 235, 250, 275, 304, 318, 484 and Genealogy of the Paternal Ancestors and Descendants of Major Edward Palmes by Henry Russel Way"
Andrew Palmes "May 6, 1755" "New London, CT" Sally Mattocks "July 24, 1782" "Litchfield, CT" "April 11, 1846" "Richmond, Ontario County, New York"
Andrew Palmes "May 6, 1755" "New London, CT" Sally Mattocks "July 24, 1782" "Litchfield, CT" "April 11, 1846" "Richmond, Ontario County, New York" "Served in the ranks at the seige of Boston during the Revolutionary War. He enlisted later as a Marine, and while in the privateer service was captured, but he escaped after many perilous adventures and served to the close of the war." email@example.com Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books (152 Vols).
Samuel Palmes "May 6, 1755" "New London, CT" Mary Foster "September 2, 1781" 1849 "Midshipman, Revolutionary War - Continental Frigate ""Deane"", Commanded by Captain Samuel Nicholson; engaged May 12, 1781; serviced to May 31, 1782, 12 mos. 19 days; term 12 months.
Twin brother of Andrew Palmes." firstname.lastname@example.org
Jacob Horing "October 28, 1758" Marlborough Township Pa Magdalena Guttelman "Feb 10, 1817" "West Rockhill Township, "
Catharine Haring Kline Oct. 20 1812 Joseph Kline Jan 26 1814 "April 28, 1892"
Walter Neal 11 July 1755 "New Market, New Hampshire" Rachel Scammon 1778 19 Mar 1823 Served in the Revolutionary War. email@example.com "Family records, Revolutionary War Pension Records"
Ebenezer Neal 18 Jan 1726 "New Market, New Hampshire" Elizabeth Perkins abt 1750 15 Apr 1805 DAR Revolutionary Patriot firstname.lastname@example.org DAR Patriot Index
Gabriel Wheldon Abt 1595 "Arnold, Nottinghamshire, England" Mary Davis "August 3, 1617" "Arnold, Nottingham, England" "January 2, 1654" "Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts" "Gabriel Wheldon was buriedin Bell Rock Cemetery, Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.
The earliest recorded interment at ""Sandy Bank"" is found in the will left by Gabriel Wheldon or Welding who died Jan 1654 in which he says: ""I give my body to be layd asleep in the bed of the grave in the common buring place of this ""Towne'.""
'Gabriel Whelden (written also Welden or Whelding, according to documents consulted) was born in England and was a party in the Plymouth Colony in 1638. The date and place of his arrival in America remain unknown. He probably came from Nottinghamshire. There is no doubt that all his children were born in England, and probably, from his first
marriage. When he died in 1654, his wife was Margaret. This Margaret was his second wife; she was not in any case the mother of his children. It seems that he arrived in Yarmouth around 1639, accompanied by his children, already adults or almost adults. He left Yarmouth around 1648.
'According to Pope (Pioneers of Massachusetts, 489) he moved to Lynn and then to Malden, where he died between Feb 11, 1653/4 (date of his will) and April 4, 1654 (date of its execution). He gave 10 shillings to the church of Malden and the rest of his goods - at Malden, a house, some
land, cattle as well as the sum of money owed him by William Crofts - to his wife Margaret. In his will he didn't mention his children. The inventory of his goods and cattle reached the sum of 40 pounds, 11 shillings, 8 pence (Pope, 489; 4 Savage, 504; 16 NE Reg, 75).
Abstract of Gabriel Whilden's will:
Maulden 1653, 11, 12. In the name of God, and in obedience to his command (according to my bounden duty), I, Gabriell Whelding, of the Towne and Church of Maulden, being weake and sicke in body, do make my lastwill. My body to be layd asleepe in the bed of the grave, in the Comonburiing place of the inhabitants of this Towne. I give 10s as a Small testimony of my true Love to the church of Maulden, to be payd into thehands of the Deascons within a mo after my decease. I give all my estate in Maulden, consisting of house, Frame [farm] Lands, cattle, and corne, (together [with]] what money is due unto me from William Crofts, of Linne) to Margaret Whelding, my wife, whom I appoynt my sole executrix.Gabriel Wheldon.
In the presence of
Nathaniell Uphmae, James Larnared,
Michaiah Mathews, with others.
Will - abs: 11 Dec 1653 Maulden, Middlesex Co., MA
4 Inventory: 02 Apr 1654 Maulden, Middlesex Co., MA
*Note Gabriel Wheldon did not marry any Wampanoag Indian
I have spent numorous hours sorting out the Wampanoag Indian Myth and its just a Myth, His first Wife was Mary Davis and they were married August,3 1617 in Arnold, Nottingham, England Sealing Souse 10 Sep 1986 in OGDEN. Gabriel Wheldon married a Second wife Margaret, which I have convincing evidence she was the sister to Rev Marmaduke Matthews. In which after Gabriels death, Margaret returned to Wales with Marmaduke and his wife. Further more all the children were born to the first wife Mary Davis. Please read Pg 158 The History of Malden, Massachusetts, 1633-1785 listed below
(Pope, 489; 1 Essex deeds, 24). After the death of Gabriel Whelden, his two sons, Henry and John, initiated a process to divide his goods (1655).
It appears that before May 14, 1648, he had sold land in Yarmouth to Edward Sturgis. (g)
Oct. 21, 1653, Gabriel Whelden and his youngest son John sold lands in Arnold and elsewhere in Nottinghamshire, England, to William Crofts of Lynn, New England. (gi) After Gabriel's death his sons Henry and John in 1655 brought suit for their portions of his estate. (h)
Pg 158 The History of Malden, Massachusetts, 1633-1785
The question was settled for a time; and henceforth, for many years, the civil magistrate ordered the things of God. How long Mr. Matthews remained at Malden is not known: but apparently he had removed in 1654. It is said,on doubtful authority, that he preached awhile in Lynn. He returned to
England in 1655, and Several of the Malden Church went with him. Of these returning pilgrims I recognize the widow Margaret Wheldon, who left a law-suit over the estate of her deceased husband, Gabriel;
Pg 158 The history of Malden, Massachusetts, 1633-1785
Gabriel Wheldon, or Welding, who appears to have been a personal friend of Mr. Matthews, was with that minister at Yarmouth, and took the oath of fidelity with him, he came here with Mr. Matthews, and in his wil calls himself ""of the Town and church of Mauldon."" With his youngest son, John he sold to William Crofts, of Lynn, four parcels of land in Arnold, county Nottingham.
With the exception of a legacy of ten shillings to the Malden, church, his estate, valued at 40,11,8 was left to his wife; but the claims of his elder children caused a contention, as stated in the text. The widow, who may
have been a second wife, returned to England.
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Battaile Harrison 1725 "Essex Co., VA" Frances White 16 Nov. 1776 "Ft. Washington, New York, NY" firstname.lastname@example.org
"John ""the Ranger"" Battaile" 1658 "Essex Co., VA" Elizabeth Smith "Essex Co., VA" 1707 "Essex Co., VA" Captain in the Virginia Rangers & member of the House of Burgesses. email@example.com
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"Andrew Harrison, Sr." 1650 "Over, Cambridgeshire, England" Elinor Ellitt Abt. 1671 "New Kent, VA" 1718 "St. Mary's Parish, Essex Co., VA" "Served as constable for Essex Co., VA beginning in 1699." email@example.com "Andrew Harrison of Essex Co., VA by Abner Harrison"
William Wickenden 1614 England 23 Feb 1669/1670 "Providence, RI"
William Sharpe @1727 "Green Co., Pennsylvania" Mary Ayers 1748 South Carolina 1755 Braddock's Defeat " William Sharpe/Sharp,who were his parents?
Who were Mary's parents?
mary and Wm. had two known sons Isaac and John.
Wm. is supposed to have died in July 1755 at Braddock's Defeat but can not find any list showing his name as Milita,or enlisted or dead.
Please help!" firstname.lastname@example.org
colin clark 1751 "scotland, uk" janet gray mckenzie virginia liverpool email@example.com
norman phelps "November 8, 1763" "Hebron, Connecticut" Sarah Cole "November 23, 1784" "Hebron, Connecticut" "September 18, 1840"
norman phelps "November 8, 1763" "Hebron, Connecticut" Sarah Cole "November 23, 1784" "Hebron, Connecticut" "September 18, 1840" "Ortonville, Oakland Co., Michigan" Fought in the Revolutionary War in Connecticut. firstname.lastname@example.org www.gencircles.com/users/herbphelps/1/data/310
William Young ukn ukn Amelia ukn ukn before 1808 "Kent Co., MD" "The Quaker marriage records of Robert Young and Amilia Hussey dated 21 Apr 1808 in Baltimore, MD states in part, ""Whereas Robert, son of William and Amelia, late of Kent County, Maryland ..."" My thought is that William Young and his wife Amelia never lived in Maryland, but rather England for the folling reason -
Family tradition from two seperate sources have a shipwreck off the coast off Cape Hatteras and Robert and an older brother were survivors and raised by Quakers in Maryland.
However in the Maryland 1790 Census there is a William Young (Qet) listed in Kent County.
Any information would be greatly appreciated." email@example.com "Baltimore Quaker records of Marriage Certificates, Book A"
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Walter Haynes 1564 "Mandeville, Wiltshire County, England" Elizabeth Gourd 1612 "Wiltshire, England" "February 15, 1654/5" "Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts" "Walter and his wife, Elizabeth, arrived in Massachusetts on the Confidence in 1638. Four of their children, John, Josias, Suffrance, and Mary arrived with them. The ships passenger list has Walter as age 55, a linen weaver of Sutton Mansfield, Wilts. Walter also brought three servants with him, John Blandford, age 27, John Riddet,age 26, and Richard Biddlecombe, age16. Also traveling with the family was the Noyes family. Peter, age 47, hiswife, Elizabeth, and their son, Thomas, age 15. Two of the Haynes children married into the Noyes family. Walter Haynes was one of the co-founders of Sudbury, Massachusetts. I have a book ""Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England, and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1538-1928."" Edited by Frances Haynes (1929, Record Publishing Company, Haverhill, Mass.)." firstname.lastname@example.org
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Reuben Harrison 1749 "Amherst Co., VA" "Margaret ""Peggy"" Franklin" 1769 "Amherst Co., VA" 1824 "Barren Co., KY" "Reuben served as an Ensign from Virginia. His father, Battaile Harrison, died at the Battle of Ft. Washington, NY. After the war, he & his wife & many of their children migrated to Barren Co., KY." email@example.com "Harrison-Franklin Bible; Barren Co., KY Wills; family history"
Abigail Warford 4-9-1718 "Middletown, Monmouth Co.,NJ" George Warne 1742 NJ 11-16-1794 "Mansfield twp., Warren Co., NJ" daughter: Mary Warne firstname.lastname@example.org familytreemaker.com
George Warne 4-23-1713 "Perth Amboy, NJ" Abigail Warford 1742 NJ 10-23-1789 "Pohatcong Cr.,Warren Co., NJ" daughter: Mary Warne email@example.com familytreemaker.com
Thomas Wilson 1758 Hannah Elrod 1782 Pennsylvania 1831 Pennsylvania
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vital records are included, as well as locations of births, marriages,
and deaths. In addition to containing family genealogies this database
also contains armorial bearings, or coats of arms, for some of the more
prominent families from England and Scotland.
Old Colony Ancestors Online
Access this database of
nearly 200,000 names with roots in Southeastern Massachusetts, complete
with citations, containing information on over 57,000 marriages, with a
total of more than 950,000 text records. Some families are followed for
only 2-3 generations, but many are traced for up to 15 generations. Once
a family moved beyond the Southeastern Massachusetts area, most reports
stop. Some are followed as they migrated westward into the Berkshires
and up into Vermont and upstate New York.