1 edition of Sketch of the life history of Thomas Jones I--born in 1747 and his descendents found in the catalog.
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Thomas Thrall, born 04 Oct in Windsor, Hartford Co, Connecticut. Joel5 Thrall (John4, Timothy3, William2, William1) was born 27 May in Windsor, Hartford Co, Connecticut, and died 19 Oct Mar From the book History of Buell Family in England and in America, pg 48, ix. Lucy Buell, born 08 Apr in Somers, Connecticut. Notes for Lucy Buell: Feb Keith Harrison updated his family line from Joseph Buell on via email. Added child. Mar From the book History of Buell Family in England and in America, pg 48,
He was born near Zanesville, Ohio, in , and was a son of another Thomas Gray, whose birth had taken place in Virginia, September 5, Grandfather Gray was a farmer and to the same occupation the father of our subject gave his attention during a part of his life, at other times working at his trade of a blacksmith. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. search Search the Wayback Machine. Featured texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Full text of "The records of Invercauld [the estate in the possession of the Farquharson family] MDXLVII - MDCCCXXVIII".
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22 pages ; 26 cm. Sketch of the life history of Thomas Jones I--born in and his descendentsPages: Full text of "The Shields family: particularly the oldest and most numerous branch of that family in our America; an account of the ancestor and descendents [sic] of The ten brothers of Sevier County, in Tennessee" See other formats.
In his death Adrian loses one of its most upright Christian residents, beloved and esteemed by all who knew him, and Lenawee county one of its oldest pioneers. Abram I. Grant was born Novem in Seneca county, N.Y.
He received his education at Ovid, the same county, and for several years prior to coming to Michigan taught school. The engravings of this work have been made expressly for it, from photographs taken for that purpose, at a cost of several hundred dollars. The engraver, Thomas Robinson, a first-class Boston artist, came West a few years since on account of his health and settled at St.
Paul, where he now resides. Thomas' brother, Moses, however was a patriot soldier, as were many others in the family. The Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Northeast Arkansas, Izard Co. [Page ] says, "Burris Estes was an officer in the War for Independence, and had in the same army with himself eleven cousins of the same name and some of one drew from the government acres of land, and located his.
Thomas was born 8 Jan He died 3 Jun They had the following children: 44 M i. Thomas Jones HARDEMAN 1 was born 31 Jan in Davidson County, TN. He died 11 Jan in Smithville, TX. "History of Maury County, TN" "THOMAS JONES HARDEMAN was born in Davidson County, TN Jan He and Baily Hardeman were sons of Thomas.
Full text of "The historical collections of the Topsfield historical society" See other formats. with culture, spirituality, and a deep, abiding connection to their African heritage.3 The Encyclopedia of African American History embraces these notions—the historical and contemporary inevitability of black resistance, and the influence of African cultural resilience on the black liberation movement—and explores them in four sections.
A collection of genealogical profiles related to Souders. Jim Souder of Moutain Grove, MO, wrote that “the earliest known record of a Sauter/Sowder family in America is a land deed dated 16 Mayin which Jacob Sauter purchased acres of land from Hans Graff and his wife, Susanna, in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.” (Hans Graff was a Swiss Anabaptist who started a.
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John Henry Logan, great-grandson of Andrew I, described the land to which Andrew I and his family came. (XIII, 33) There in which pea vines grew thick and high, and deer were abundant. ALong the clear streams cane grew thickly, and was sometimes as much as thirty feet tall.
Isom is listed an early settler in Harrison and Orange County early history records, but oddly is not mentioned in Crawford history text despite spending much of his adult life there.
According to Professor J.M. Johnson in the April 5,issue of The Crawford County Democrat, Isham/Isom was buried in the old section of Marengo Cemetery and. Some Genealogist's Notes.
His was an exemplary life ofmoderation in habits such that he realized the fulfillment of the promise,“Thy days shall be long in the land the Lord thy God giveth thee.” But few are permitted to attain the number of days, with whichhewas blessed, having reached the advanced age of 88 years 4 months.
Henry Berry I, born in Lancaster County, Virgina (Source: Lila Wylie, waiting on documentation.); died January /77 in Old Rappanhonock County, Virginia (Source: Bennie R Lane awaiting documentation.).
He was the son of 2. William Berry and 3. Jane Locke. He married (1) Ann Saunders in Virginia. Notes for Henry Berry I. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet.
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Top American See other formats. Queries before Feb. Amanda, b in OH Lucinda Clarissa, b in Rutledge, Meigs Co., OH, married Thomas Jones ANGLIN 18 October in Cabell Co., VA (these are my ancestors) Margaret A., b in Meigs Co., OH Lewis L., b.
10 April in Meigs Co., OH Hannah, b in OH Milo (aka Henry M.), b in OH Information on. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet.
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When he was 48 years old, he obtained a Baptism Certificate that confirmed his name, and identified his Mother, but not his Father. From the age ofthis was all he had for identification. When he was 64 years old, he received his Canadian Citizenship. All his life, he tried to identify his Parents and Family – and find out who he was.
History of Ontario Co, NY, Conover & Aldrich, pubpg - CHAMBERLAIN, Frank O., The subject of this sketch was born in the town of Cohocton, Steuben county, NY, on the 2d of April, His boyhood was passed in attendance at the district schools and labor on his .One son, Thomas Watkins Lott, was born on J He enlisted in the Confederate Army at the age of 17 and apparently was a much decorated local hero.
He lived his entire life in Columbia, Mississippi. Thomas Watkins Lott was married twice. His first marriage was to Sarah Elizabeth Magee, who was a sister of Other Magee.Full text of "Wakefield memorial: comprising an historical, genealogical and biographical register of the name and family of Wakefield" See other formats.