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Abraham Hammatt "February 13, 1750" "Plymouth, MA, USA" Priscilla LeBaron "December 14, 1774" "October 12, 1797" "Plymouth, MA, USA" "Captain of a company of Minute-men, which marched April 20, 1775, in response to the alarm of April 19, 1775, to Marshfield; service, 7 days." firstname.lastname@example.org "Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, 17 Vols."
edward mansfield queen anne's county sarah allgood "february 10, 1741" "rose twsp, carroll county ohio" email@example.com rebecca nichols
John Ammon Bet. 1681-1694 Switzerland Mary Unknown 1761 "Edgecomb, NC" "ID: I513419305 ancestry.com
Event: Edgecombe Militia Military Service 1750's North Carolina
Note: John & Philip came to North Carolina in 1709 with Baron Christopher de Graffenreidt's colony of Swiss and German Palatinates (from Upper Rhine Valley). The Palatinate region was at the center of the Protestant Reformation, which suffered under the rule of Louis XIV when he revoked the Edict of Nantes (which provided great religious freedom). The Amans first moved to England for one year, until Queen Anne arranged for the group to be resettled in North Carolina. The earliest record of Aman in NC appears to be in 1714 when Phillip Aman and John Aman were lised among the Craven Precinct ""Tythables"".
s/o Jacob Aman b 1654/d 1725 Altikon-on-Thur, Switzerland.
" ID: I513419305 and ID: I513419317 from family trees at ancestry.com
"Austin (Augustine, Austine) HIGHTOWER" 1698 "Richmond, VA" Jane (Martha) Oldham 1743
Mary Aldrich 1827 smithfield ri
Asa Spencer about 1783 "Shaftsbury, Vermont or Rhode Island" Sarah Calkins 1807 "Arlington, Bennington, Vermont" "March 4, 1859" "Sheldon, Wyoming, New York" "Buried: Varysburg Cemetery, Varysburg, Wyoming, New York.
Children: Waterman Spencer, b. Sep 11, 1808, Shaftsbury, Bennington, Vermont, Wright Spencer, b. Jan 22, 1811, Shaftsbury, Bennington, Vermont, William Spencer, c. 1815, Shaftsbury, Bennington, Vermont, Catherine Spencer, b. c1820, Shaftsbury, Bennington, Vermont, Mary Spencer, b. c1822, Sheldon, Genesee, New York, Sarah Spencer, b. May 8, 1824, Sheldon, Genesee, New York, Melissa Spencer, b. March 31, 1826, Sheldon, Genesee, New York, Marcia Spencer, b. Dec 10, 1827, Sheldon, Genesee, New York, Charles Spencer, b. c 1832, Sheldon, Genesee, New York.
" firstname.lastname@example.org Family Bible and family information passed down from grandmother.
barbara 1834 pensylvania neuhausler
daniel riley 1739? ireland or virginia susannah romans va va "daniel riley was a soldier in the revolutionary war. Born about 1739, in ireland or va. Married to susannah romans, three children, john, thomas j. and jackson." email@example.com
Richard Dickey Cowan (Sr.) 15 Oct 1775 "Lincoln County, North Carolina" Hannah Sitze 03 Feb 1807 "Lincoln County, North Carolina" 14 Sep 1868 "Wayne County, Missouri" "Differing U.S. Federal Censuses list his birth year in 1775 and in 1782. He recieved land grants in Missouri for his military service, while living in North Carolina, in the War of 1812 and the Indian Wars. He moved to Missouri in 1814 and founded the 2nd permanent settlement in south east
Missoui. He was an early Missouri Representative during two
sessions. His son, Richard Dickey Cowan (Jr) fought for the
Confederacy during ""the War between the States"" and was a
prisoner of war at the wars end. He named his only son who
was born in 1864, Richard Jefferson Davis Cowan. R.D. Jr.
was born in 1836in S. " firstname.lastname@example.org
Martha Hillsdale 1692 Rhode Island Whitherdoes Hillsdale "Spring,1721" n/a 1749 "Philedelphia, Pennsylvania"
john bartlett 1757 south carolina priscella 1777 south carolina 1801 green county ky.
john phillips "May 15, 1751" trenton new jersey "July 29, 1844" ontario canada
john christian 1780 virginia joanne farley monroe county va 1853 "lawrence county, ohio" " John Christian married Joanna Farley d/o Francis Marion Farley, in Monroe Co. About 1799. They moved to Lawrence Co. Ohio in 1811. Joanna died sometime before 1843, when John married Nancy Blankenship,, Nancy died before 1853, when John married Marthe Shattock. John died shortly thereafter in Lawrence County" MDChristian@webtv.net Various
HENRY TOLBERT 1700 PHILADELPHIA
Robert Donaldson Unknown Unknown Hannah unknown Unknown Unknown March 1770 "Orange County, North Carolina" "In his will he signed Donalson and left Plantation and land to son Robert and wife Hannah. Hannah died in 1789, son Robert after having served in the Rev. War moved part of the family to Tennessee, and his son's after having served in the War of 1812 relocated to Illinois." email@example.com
fadden 1812 norfolk dedham ma louise young
john dulin 1745? possibly ireland levissa smith unk maryland unk tenn. or ky his family migrated to Eastern Ky with the Eligah smith family. they began in maryland moving on to Tenn in the Cranks Valley along the holston River firstname.lastname@example.org
Peter Lehr 1758 "Broad Bay, Ma" Catherine Brodman 1779 "Braod Bay, Ma" 1822 "Washington, Me" email@example.com
Charles Modesitt 1750 Va Isabella Gardiner 1780 SC 1814 SC Am seeking Colonial information about Cahrles and Isabella
Frederick Hysaw Before 1745 about 1766 Virginia? between 1810-1820 "Burke County, North Carolina" "1778-1779, Rockbridge County, Virginia; Captain James Hall's list of Tithables: Frederick Hysaw, Diderick Hysaw, Henry Hysaw. Frederick moved to Burke Co., NC. about 1778. Henry Hysaw in Capt. Cunningham's militia in Augusta County, Virginia, then later in Pendleton District, S. Carolina. Some children of Frederick Hysaw: Anna Hisaw Israel, George Hysaw m. Jane Crockett; Andrew Hisaw m. Mary Ann Thrasher. George and Andrew's families moved to Cumberland Co. Kentucky, Overton Co., TN; Carroll Co., TN. " firstname.lastname@example.org Hysaw Family Newsletter
Capt. Samuel Gray abt. 1738 "Yarmouth, Barnstable Co., Mass." Lydia Taylor 12 March 1770 ( Yarmouth VR 4:311) "Barnstable Co., Mass. " 29 Nov. 1801 "Yarmouth, Barnstable Co., Mass. ( VR 7:541)" "Need information on Capt. Samuel Gray's parents. Know nothing of his background or his occupation... also his wife, Lydia Taylor who was born 15 July 1749, possibly the daughter of Jacob Taylor and Mary Atwood. She died 22 November 1809 in her 60th year of her age (VR 7:549) in Yarmouth, Mass. They both were buried in the Ancient Cemetery in Yarmouth, Mass. They had thirteen children viz:
(1)JOHN GRAY b. 1770;d. 1838; m. 1st Elizabeth Hamnblin
and 2nd Phebe Gray Smith.
(2)NANCY GRAY b. 1771;d. unk.;m. 1790 Joshua Adams.
(3)SAMUEL GRAY b. 1773 no record of family.
(4)MOLLY GRAY no record of her.
(5)LEVERETT GRAY b. 1776; d.1842 in Thomaston, Maine;m.
1801,REBECCA SEARS of Dennis, Mass., b. 1783, Mass; d.
1863, Rockland, Me., dau. of Joshua Sears and Sarah
Sears. They both buried in the Head of the Bay Cemetery
in Owl's Head, Maine.
(6)OLIVER GRAY b. 1778; d. 1795.
(7)HANNAH GRAY b. 1779;d. 1826; m. Ezekiel Hallett.
(8)JACOB GRAY b. 1779 - no record of him.
(9)EDWARD GRAY b. 1782, possibly removed to Maine.
(10)LYDIA ATWOOD GRAY b. 1784; d. 1844, m. Thomas Sears. (11)WILLIAM 'BILLIE' GRAY b. 1786; d. unk.;m. 1st Ann
Hallet and 2nd Sally Hedge.
(12)SALLY GRAY b. 1788; d.unk.,m.Isaac Cobb.
(13)RUTH GRAY b. 1791; 1812; m. Benjamin Rider.
My Great-great-great-grandparents Leverett Gray and Rebecca Sears moved to Thomaston, Knox Co., Maine in May 1803 from Mass. where he was a joiner. Rebecca was the descendant of the ""Pilgrim"" Richard Sears, the first American line who came from Netherlands to America, ca. 1630. Leverett had brothers Edward Gray who also came to Thomaston, Maine and Capt. John Gray who was residing on the Cape, also a sister who married Capt. or Esquire Joshua Adams. They had nine children viz:
(1)ELIZA ""BETSY"" GRAY b. 1803, Boston, Mass.;d. 1866; m.
(2)JOSHUA GRAY b. 1806, Thomaston, Me.;d. 1857 unm.
(3)CAPT. WILLIAM GRAY b. 1807, Thomaston, Me.;d 1860,
Maine; m. 1st Relief Drake and 2nd Mary Ann Titus.
(4)CAPT. OLIVER GRAY b. 1809, Thomaston, Me.;d. 1845; m.
(5)NANCY A.GRAY b. 24 Aug.1822, Thomaston, Me.;d. 20 Feb.
1884 in Winfield,Cowley Co., Kansas; m. 24 Sept. 1829
in Thomaston, Maine, Thomas Randall Jr., b. 10 Dec. 1806
in Thomaston, Me.; d. 22 March 1880 in Winfield,Cowley
Co., Kansas, the son of Thomas Randall and Margaret
Crockett. My great-great-grandparents Nancy and Thomas
migrated to Seneca Co., Ohio in 1840 thence to Henry
Co., Ohio in 1850. After 1868 they migrated to Kansas.
They were buried in Union Cemetery in Winfield, Kansas.
(6)SHEPARD GRAY b. 1814, Thomaston, Me.; d. unk.; m. 3
times; Hannah Thorndike;Emeline Butler and 
Mary W. Sherman.
(7)REBECCA GRAY b. 1816, Thomaston, Me.; d. 1896;m. Capt.
(8)GEORGE S. GRAY B. 1819, Thomaston, Me.;d. 1901; m. 1st
Eliza P. Sherman and 2nd Mary Jeanette Paul.
(9)CAROLINE GRAY b. 1821, Thomaston, Me.; d. unk.; m.1st
John McMullen and 2nd Benjamin Knowlton. " email@example.com Gray Family genealogy from Mass. and Maine
Ralph Hemenway 1603 England Elizabeth Hewes Came to New England as part of the Great Migration in 1633 firstname.lastname@example.org Winthrop Society
Gertruida Elizabeth Malherbe 9-Jul-11 Barend Daniel Theodorus Boshoff 7-Jul-91 Odendaalsrus email@example.com
Zachariah Nettles 1737 "Darlington District, Christ Church Parish, S. C." Lucy Bass "January 29, 1758" "Darlington District, South Carolina" "November 17, 1803" "Darlington district, Christ Church Parish, S. C." "Parents of Mary Nettles born August 18, 1790 who married Daniel DuBose, twin brother of Elias Isaac DuBose whose dates of birth are Oct. 19, 1737.
My father is Samuel Jackson DuBose, Sr, born Oct. 13, 1912
MY Grandfather is John Nettles DuBose born November 16, 1872
My Great Grandfather is John Dick DuBose,Born May 20,
My great great Grandfather is Samuel DuBose Sr. born June 23, 1783
My great great great Grandfather is Daniel (twin)Dubose, born October 19,1737
" firstname.lastname@example.org family history
Gershom Palmer 30 Mar 1642 "Charlston, Suffolk, MA" Ann B. Dennison 1667 27 Sep 1718 "Stonington, New London, CT" email@example.com Walter Palmer Society information
"Jonathan ""Job"" Pullen" 1791 New Jersey Susannah Adams 1880 "Trenton, Mercer, NJ" Would love to find this line of Pullens. I am willing to share descendent information. firstname.lastname@example.org "Census, Calendar of Wills, Son's death certificate"
William Carpenter 22 Nov 1631 "Rehobeth, Bristol, MA" Miriam Searles 10 Dec 1663 "Rehobeth, Bristol, MA" 26 Jan 1702 "Rehobeth, Bristol, MA" "My line descends through William's Son Nathaniel, then Ezra, then Greenwood, then William, then Clement, then Guy Carlton, then Charles, Then Arthur Devere, then Harry Murdock my father." email@example.com Various sources.
Samuel Murdock 24 Mar 1697 "Roxbury, Suffolk, MA" Submit Throop 24 Jun 1725 "Lebanon, CT" 17 Jan 1769 "Windham, CT" firstname.lastname@example.org Various publications
Isaac Sherwood 1651 "Fairfield, CT" Elizabeth Jackson email@example.com "ancestry.com, various sources"
Benjamin Seeley/Seelye 1657 "Fairfield, CT" Deborah Sturges 1678 Abt. 1696 "New Haven, Stratford, CT" firstname.lastname@example.org various sources
James Webster Yates 1694 "Newtown, Bucks, PA" Margaret Rigg 1761 "Loudon County, VA" email@example.com Others searching the same line of Yates.
Nehemiah Addis 1740 "Byberry Twp, Bucks PA" Grace Unknown 7 Mar 1824 "Bucks County, PA" firstname.lastname@example.org Someone shared their personal family tree.
Susannah Adams 1799/1800 New Jersey Jonathan Pullen 1874/75 "Trenton, Mercer, NJ" "Susannah is supposed to be a direct descendent of Samuel Adams, the Patriot (1722-1803). I have not been able to find Susannah's family. I am willing to share descendent information." email@example.com census
John Roger Robinson 1774 "Urbana,Va" n/a unknown Virgina unknown Virgina "Christopher Robinson1645-1692........JohnRobinson (1683-1749 was acting Gov of Va after departure of Gov.Gooch left for England-- brother..John Robinson 1704-1766,speaker of the house of Burgesses ,for seven sessions." firstname.lastname@example.org
Christopher Robinson 1645-1692 England unknown unknown "Virgina,Urbana" 1692 "Urbana ,Virgina" "Built Hewick still standing Urbana,Va. in 1678.member of the Wormeley,Beverly,and Brxton family...son Christopher 1st then John was born (1683-1749),acting Gov of Virgina after Gov Gooch was called back to England. Carter Braxton 1736-1797.signer of the Declaration of Independence married Judith Robinson grandaughter of Sir John Beverly Robinson 1791..1863. a deecendant of Christopher Robinson" email@example.com family history of Robinson (Williamand Mary College University
george parris sr. 1680 ireland sarah winchester or frederick co .va I am hoping someone has information on my family firstname.lastname@example.org
benjamin christian 1810 north carolina jamima smith co.tennessee am hoping someone has information on my family email@example.com
Thomas Williams 6 Mar 1646 "Wethersfield, Hartford Co, CT" Joanna abt 1671 unknown 24 Sep 1705 "New London, New London Co, CT" firstname.lastname@example.org
George Field 1757 "Providence, RI" Prudence Whipple 13 Apr 1775 "Hardwick, MA" LoriFields@aol.com
"spence, james" 1735 bedford co. virginia jane bluford
Sam Bacon 1818 Virginia Minty Texas "African American. I dont know the county in Virginia he was born. He was possible marrried before Minty. I cant find records of his Death date. He was a slave and lived in Montgomery County Texas, Willis Texas. in About 1850 thru 1880." email@example.com
John Everman 2/13/1831 Carter co. Ky Nancy Biggs 3/13/1852 Carter Co. Ky Battle of Vicksburg John was in the Union Army . Marilyna@hrtc.net Family records
Henry C Everman 12/20/ 1839 Carter co. Ky Brintha Gee 6/17/1860 Carter co. Ky 10/22/ 1862 "Chillicothe, Ohio" Henry was in the civil war and was a union soldier firstname.lastname@example.org Family records
Benjamin Wheeler 1773 Hardy West Virginia Rachel Harris 1797 Hardy W V or VA 29 Mar 1832 Licking OH "Need info on parents of Benjamin Wheeler & Rachel Harris.
Benjamin left Hardy WV abt 1815 after the death of his wife Rachel abt 1812 and moved family to Licking OH. Sons: Benjamin m Dorcus Havens, John m Nancy Robinson, Nehemiah m Margaret Arringdale, James, Thomas m Amelia Platt, William m Pricillia Arringdale. " email@example.com
Cornelius Van Doorn 1683 Long Island Anneke Golder (Golding) 1755 Anneke Golder was born in 1782 and died 1767. Est. marriage 1698-1730 firstname.lastname@example.org
mary fuller 1789 "gloucester county, n.j." william cree - - 1845 - "mary fuller married wm.cree who was from clearfield county, pennsylvania" email@example.com
jacob newland 1826 "fayette county, ohio" angeline coombs(coombes) -- -- 1884 iowa "mother of jacob was sara brumleyl, daughter of john brumley. father of jacob was isaac newland, adams county, ohio." firstname.lastname@example.org
Chad Gunston ? England ? ? Maybe (colonies) 1623 colonies Chad Gunston Was born in (england?) At the time of death
in 1623-24 his wife and infant died with him.It could have been by indian raid or some other cause. He was most likely young because of the having an infant. I do not think he was born in the colonies. email@example.com By my own checking and family info.
Humphrey Beckett "April 19, 1758" "Abermarle County, Virginia" Susannah Bland Ballard "August 29, 1778" "Albermarle County, Virginia" "September 16, 1839" "Franklin County, Ohio" "Would like to find information on children, dates of birth, names, etc." firstname.lastname@example.org
jesse lester "surry county, north carolian"
Abraham Howe 5 Apr 1665 "Watertown,Middlesex, Massachusetts" Hannah Ward 26 Mar 1657 "Watertown,Middlesex, Massachusetts" 30 Jan 1695
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