4 edition of Gleanings from Newport court files, 1659-1783 found in the catalog.
|Statement||Jane Fletcher Fiske.|
|LC Classifications||F89.N5 F57 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 609 p. :|
|Number of Pages||609|
|LC Control Number||00423187|
Massachusetts, Secretary of the Commonwealth. Investigate the experiences of patients and practitioners across multiple locations, including the British Isles, North America, the Caribbean, and Africa. Richard 1 Knight, of Hampton, N. I, Abstracts, page 6; pub. He was married to Elizabeth Bowen, but had no children. Covers the years Sanborn, Melinde L.
In a short time after, about 17 persons sided with Mr. Because vital records were usually kept elsewhere, not all of these books have been filmed. In the latter year he was "Water Bailey. The text is included here, with permission, to help you with your research. Andrews Moriarty, A. On September 14, he contracted to build a meeting house.
Moreover, his son in Old England was to have no part in it. This made the index really useful. This also reinforces the idea that Robert and Katharin were married sometime before However, lost records of colonial churches continue to resurface; who knows what may be found tomorrow, or next year. Like our other publications, Newport Colonial Burial Grounds is priced well below most small-run genealogical books.
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Marriages Richard's first marriage was in England; his first wife's name is unknown. Rhode Island Historical Society. Therefore it is the purpose of the contributor of this article to present a brief history of the early generations of the family.
It joined the Pettiquamscut purchase, and was bounded on the East side from a place called Quamatucumpic-Southward Gleanings from Newport court files a place called Chippachuack-thence Westerly to a place called Quowachauk-thence North to a place called Winatompic-and from thence a 1659-1783 book line to the first bounds.
Sanborn, George F. In he bought lands in Narragansettand in he and forty-seven others were granted one hundred acres each in a plantation to be called East Greenwichbut never lived there. A pertinent comment by anonymous applicable to the above and repeated to me by my Cousin Lynne: "Genealogy without proof is mythology.
Many thanks to Barbarann Ayars for discovering this one! He was general sergeant in,, and Scottish-American Court Records, Scott, Kenneth.
Many other indexes and abstractions of court records have been created and published. Unfortunately no sources were offered as evidence.
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Blagrove, the defendants stated that they held no land in common undivided with the plaintiff…what land they hold is in fee simple, having received their title from Henery Hall, surviving joint tenant of [torn] Knight.
Also Other line descendants of his immigrant ancestor John Briggs b. New Hampshire Historical Society.
While they were not an organized body this would not happen untilthey still had enough clout to "interfere" in the congregational life of another church in another colony!
Rounds, H. Noting something unexplained about fence debt, I looked around a bit at the surrounding pages and Gleanings from Newport court files another 1659-1783 book for him, unindexed, where he is ordered to pay some fence debt. Third, many of the descendants of Robert Ayars shortly met and married the descendants of Edmund Dunham and Hezekiah Bonham from Piscataway, and members of Gleanings from Newport court files migrant families from Rehoboth and Swansea -- the rest is biological history.
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18, (at Newport) John Gerrierdy vs. Mrs. Sarah Smyton Exetrix to her late deceased husband William Smyton, in an action of debt damage.Other published early court records. For access ebook additional records, two volumes have been compiled with more thorough indices: Fiske, Jane Fletcher.
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