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Rev. Joseph Moss White (1741 - 1822)

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John Wesley Leap, Sr. (Lieb) (1735 - 1845)

He was one of 16 children, was trained for the Catholic Priesthood and spoke 7 languages. He came to America at the age of 24. He landed in Baltimore, MD in 1757. He enlisted as a Private in the 4th Re...

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Rev. Joseph Roby (1724 - 1780)

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Rev. Thomas Dunham MP (c.1619 - 1677)

Bccording to Robert Charles Anderson,"The Great Migration Begins", published by NEHGS, Rev. John Dunham never married. -----

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Elder John Parker MP (1758 - 1836)

) Elder John Parker (1758–1836) was an American settler and Predestinarian Baptist minister who immigrated to Texas before the Texas Revolution. He was killed during the Fort Parker massacre...

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John Cooke, "Mayflower" Passenger MP (c.1607 - 1695)

John Cooke was born in 1607 in Leyden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands. He was christened on 1 Jan 1607 in Leyden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands. He died on 9 Nov 1694 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA. He was buried on...

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Rev. Thomas Maxwell (1742 - 1837)

Daughters of American Revolution Ancestor #: A075962 Service: VIRGINIA Rank: SOLDIER Birth: 9-8-1742 MIDDLESEX CO VIRGINIA Death: 12-12-1837 ELBERT CO GEORGIA Service Source: BLANKENBAKER, THE ...

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Rev. Thomas Bargrave (1579 - 1621)

------ Updated from FamilySearch Family Tree via brother George Bargrave by SmartCopy : Jun 17 2015, 23:56:28 UTC Updated from FamilySearch Family Tree by SmartCopy : Jun 17 2015, 23:57:11 UTC

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Rev. Nathaniel Skinner (1766 - 1820)

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Rev. William Allen Fiske (1824 - 1894)

Updated from MyHeritage Match by SmartCopy : Sep 20 2014, 16:59:10 UTC --------------------up-dated 05/06/09 PAM Reg Lib JRTM * US Census

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Peter Folger MP (c.1617 - 1690)

Peter Foulger (d. 1690) was an interpreter of the American Indian language for the first settlers of Nantucket. He was the grandfather of Benjamin Franklin.[1] He lived in Martha's Vineyard until 166...

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Rev. Joseph Royal Barnett MP (1758 - 1812)

Minister of Cedar Spring Baptist Church. (A General History of the Baptist Denomination in America, and Other Parts of the World by David Benedict. Published by Printed by Lincoln & Edmands, no. 53, Co...

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Rev. John Tuck MP (1702 - 1773)

The obelisk built of NH granite looms from the rocky surface of Star Island where Rev. John Tucke ministered to the "Shoalers" before the American Revolution. Graduated from Harvard in 1723, Tucke serv...

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Caleb Witt, Rev. (1762 - 1827)

DAR A127229, Pvt. VA

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Rev. Samuel Winsor MP (1677 - 1758)

Rev. Samuel Winsor Jr became the ninth pastor of the First Baptist Church in Providence from 1733 to 1758.--------------------Find A Grave Memorial# 19240667

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Gideon Blackburn, Chaplin to the Indians (1772 - 1838)

Gideon Blackburn, Presbyterian minister, college president, and missionary to the Cherokees, was born in Augusta County, Virginia, on August 27, 1772. Orphaned in his youth, Blackburn moved to what i...

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Rev. Thomas Hampton MP (1623 - 1690)

Rev. Thomas Hampton, born 16 Apr 16__ in Elizabeth City County, Virginia, sailed for England in 1625 and enrolled at New College, Oxford 3/11/1625, at age of sixteen. If he was 16 when he entered colle...

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Reverend John Hubbard (1727 - 1786)

Gravestone Inscription: In Memory of the Revd John Hubbard A. M., Pastor of the Church in Meriden...Aet. 60. He was a rational and serious Christian Exemplary for Gravity Integrity Piety and Benevole...

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Rev. Aaron Bancroft (1755 - 1839)

Aaron Bancroft (November 10, 1755 – August 19, 1839) was an American clergyman. He was born in Reading, Massachusetts to Samuel Bancroft and Lydia Parker. He began his studies during the Ame...

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Silas Morey (1746 - 1825)

Silas Morey was a Sgt. in Capt. Ichabod Turner's Co., 4th Albany Co., NY Regt. during the American Revolutionary War. D.A.R. Ref: Nat'l No. 74,725-Vol. 25 DAR Lineage.

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Rev. Samuel Miles MP (1665 - 1728)

From Appletons Encyclopedia, Copyright © 2001 VirtualologyTM MYLES, Samuel, clergyman, born in 1664; died in Boston, Massachusetts, in March, 1728. He was graduated at Harvard in 1684, went to...

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Rev. John Myles MP (c.1621 - 1684)

John Myles , also known as John Miles, (c. 1621–1683) was the founder of Swansea, Massachusetts and founder of the earliest recorded Baptist churches in Wales (U.K.) and Massachusetts (U.S.A.). ...

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Rev. Isaac Peter George Lefroy (1745 - 1806)

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Edward Gantt (1746 - 1837)

Edward Gantt (1746–1837) was an Episcopal clergyman who served as Chaplain of the Senate of the United States (1801–1804).

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James Jones Wilmer (1750 - 1814)

James Jones Wilmer (January 15, 1750 – 1814) was an Episcopal clergyman who served as Chaplain of the Senate of the United States.

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Rev. Elijah Baker MP (c.1742 - 1798)

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Reverend John Hoge (1723 - 1807)

of Opequon Presbyterian Church, Shannondoah Valley, VA. Land donated by his grandfather, William Hogue, for this church and cemetery. George Washington is reported in a book written by former Governor ...

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Rev. Pardon Tillinghast, II MP (1622 - 1718)

Pardon Tillinghast Baptized in 1625 in Streat, Sussex Died 29 January 1718 Providence, Rhode Island Resting place Tillinghast Burial Ground, Benefit Street, Providence Parent(s) Pardon Tillin...

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Rev. Roger Newton (c.1607 - 1683)

Rev. Roger Newton immigrated to the American colonies and was in the senior class at Harvard College by 1640. He studied with the Rev. Thomas Hooker in Hartford, CT. and married Rev. Hooker's oldest da...

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Rev. Jonathan Saunders MP (b. - 1700)

Was minister of Lynhaven parish, Princess Anne county. He died in 1702. His widow Mary married Maximilian Calvert (SIC). Jonathan Saunders left issue a son Captain John Saunders, mariner, who died in 1...

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Rev. William Homes MP (1663 - 1746)

notes From The Holy Bible Preceding the New Testament is a "Family Register" beginning with Rev. Benjamin Webb (1695 - 1746), a preacher, of Eastham, Mass. Three generations of Webbs are listed h...

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Rev. Benjamin Webb (1695 - 1746)

~1715 Benjamin Webb graduated from Harvard. ~1720 He was ordained at Eastham, Cape Cod, MA ~1720 He married Mehitable Williams  Tombstone inscription: Here Lies Buried the Body of Re...

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Rev. John Sparkhawk (c.1672 - 1718)

notes From Rev. John, son of Nathaniel (Nathaniel) and Patience (Newman) Sparkhawk of Cambridge, Mass., born about 1672, minister at Bristol for twenty-three years, died April 29, 1718. "Rev. John ...

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Rev. Andrew Bartholomew (1670 - 1753)

Andrew Bartholomew Male 1670 - 1755 * Birth about 1670 Roxbury, MA Find all individuals with events at this location Gender Male Baptism 11 December 1670 Roxbury, MA Find all individuals wi...

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Rev. John Bowers MP (c.1629 - 1687)

Rev. John Bowers was born circa 1629.2 He was the son of George Bowers and Barbara Smith.2 Rev. John Bowers received his A.B. from Harvard University in 1649. He was a schoolmaster in Plymouth, and lat...

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James A. Moore, Rev. (1765 - 1814)

The Reverend James Moore, educated for the Presbyterian ministry but subsequently an Episcopalian and first Rector of Christ Church, Lexington, was appointed "Director," or the first acting President...

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Charles Inglis (1734 - 1816)

The Rt. Rev. Dr. Charles Inglis was an Irish clergyman who was consecrated the first Church of England bishop of the Diocese of Nova Scotia. He is buried in the crypt of St. Paul's Church (Halifax). ...

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Gideon Johnston (b. - 1716)

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William Absalom Thrift (1759 - 1821)

William Thrift was a Private in Capt. Andrew Russell's Co., 5th VA Reg. From 28 Sept-28 Nov. 1776 when he was 16. He was the first Baptist minister in Knox County, Ohio.

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Abraham Baldwin,Signer of the US Constitution MP (1754 - 1807)

Abraham Baldwin (1754-1807) Baldwin was a transplanted northerner, born in Guilford, Connecticut, the second son of a blacksmith. Baldwin's father had high hopes for his twelve children and went in...

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Rev. Thomas H. Hurst (c.1764 - 1847)

Thomas Hurst Find A Grave Memorial# 33040471 Place of birth also erroneously reported to be _, Frederick, Virginia. He was a minister at Big Spring Primitive Baptist Church. Date of death also ...

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Rev. Richard Gibson (1615 - d.)

Immigration: ABT 1636 Richmond's Island, Cape Elizabeth, Cumberland, ME U. S. A. Note: He was a Church of England clergyman who was brought to Richmond's Island by Robert Trelawney. 1 2 Residence: Saco...

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Rev. John Graham, Sr. MP (1694 - 1774)

Chaplin for the second expeditionary force to Crown Point, in the French and Indian War. Replaced by his son, John Jr. in 1756.

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Rev. John Graham, Jr. (1722 - 1796)

John was born to Rev John and Love Sanborn Graham, John's mother died when he was four years old and he was raised by his step mother Abigail Chauncey. John graduated from Yale University in 1740, ...

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Rev. Nathaniel Manning (1738 - 1808)

Nathaniel Manning was the son of Nathaniel Manning and Mary Harris of New Jersey. He was educated at the College of New Jersey (later Princeton), earning a Masters Degree in medicine, and practiced for...

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Rev. Enoch Morgan (1676 - 1740)

Rev. Enoch Morgan was the son of Morgan ap Rhydderch and Jane. Enoch had 3 siblings, Thomas Morgan, Rev. Abel Morgan and Esther Morgan Jones. For generations there were many preachers in this family....

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Rev. Benjamin Griffith (1688 - 1768)

Reverend Benjamin Griffith and Some of His Descendants - Page 2 books.google.com/books?id=gGZPAAAAMAAJ 1953 - ‎Snippet view On December 7, 1720, (1) Benjamin Griffith was marri...

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Rev. John Griffith (1655 - 1735)

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Rev. Samuel Mills (c.1743 - 1806)

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Rev. John Moncure (1714 - 1764)

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Rev. John Moffet (1760 - 1810)

Revolutionary War veteran

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(Reverend) Jacob H. Weber Sr. MP (c.1688 - 1747)

In 1747, two years after the death of his brother Henry, the older brother, Jacob, also the father of a large family, who were older than Henry's family, died in the home founded by him, also on the ea...

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Drury Lacy (1758 - 1815)

Drury Lacy (October 5, 1758 – December 6, 1815) was a Vice President and the Acting President of Hampden–Sydney College from 1789 to 1797.

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Rev. Samuel Whiting, I MP (1597 - 1679)

(f/g) Rev Samuel Whiting Birth: Nov. 21, 1597 Boston Lincolnshire, England Death: Dec. 11, 1679 Lynn Essex County Massachusetts, USA Rev. Samuel Whiting was the first pastor of the Congregationalis...

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Rev. Joshua Gardner (c.1688 - c.1715)

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Rev. John Whiting MP (1681 - 1752)

Rev. John Whiting ( born June 10, 1681; ordained at Concord 1712;) was the son of the Rev. Joseph Whiting, who was graduated at Harvard College in 1661, and was afterwards minister of South Hampton, Lo...

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Joshua Gardner (1682 - 1682)

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Rev. Henry Flint MP (c.1607 - 1668)

Rev. Henry Flynt graduated in 1634/35 from Jesus College, Cambridge, A.B; A.M. 1638. He emigrated on 2 February 1635/36 to New England from Matlock, Derbyshire. He was ordained Teacher, as colleague ...

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Reverend John Lombard (1764 - 1853)

Revolutionary War Veteran. He was in the 1779 disastrous Penobscot Expedition with his old friend Joe Gammon, buried on Pikes Hill.

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Rev. Stephen Mix MP (1672 - 1738)

Stephen Mix, minister of Wethersfield, Connecticut, was graduated at Harvard College, 1690, and was the son of Thomas Mix of New Haven. The Rev. Stephen Mix, was one of the most able of the Congregatio...

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Rev. Jeremiah M. Peck MP (c.1623 - 1699)

Sent from Arlene Hughes... from Atwater History and Genealogy, compiled by Francis Atwater, Meriden, Conn, printed by the Journal Publishing Co., 1901, p. 97: Jonathan, Son of David lived in New Haven,...

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Rev Jacob Cozad, Jr MP (1724 - 1812)

Jacob Cozad was a Baptist minister at Mt. Morris, NJ who first married Elizabeth Sutton, daughter of Rev. David Sutton, and whose five brothers were all Baptist ministers who actively organized Baptist...

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Rev. John Hubbard (1677 - 1705)

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Rev. Richard Hubbard MP (c.1631 - 1681)

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Reverend William Hubbard Jr. (1621 - 1704)

Wrote: Narrative of the Troubles with the Indians of New England b. 1621 Tendring Hundred, Essex arrived Boston 10/3/1638 with family Ordained 5/23/1639 Grad. Harvard 1642 minister at Wenha...

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Rev. Zechariah Symmes MP (1599 - 1671)

Reverend Zechariah Symmes was born on 5 Apr 1599 in Canterbury, Kent, England; died on 4 Feb 1671 in Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts. Immigrant from Dunstable, Bedford to Boston, MA 1634 on the Gri...

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Thomas Rev. Symmes (1678 - 1725)

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Rev. Zechariah Symmes (1637 - 1707)

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Rev. Samuel Haugh MP (1621 - 1662)

From Symmes Memorial - second generation SAMUEL HAUGH [pronounced Hoff]. He was born in England, son of Atherton Haugh, who came in 1633 from Boston in Old England, where he had been a mayor, and set...

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Rev. Henry Brock MP (c.1596 - 1652)

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Rev. John Brock MP (1620 - 1688)

From The Symmes Memorial - Second Generation Sarah Symmes, the widow of Rev. Samuel Haugh, married second, Rev. JOHN BROCK, of Reading, now Wakefield, November 14, 1662. He was born in Stradbrook, in...

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Rev. Dr. Nathaniel Williams (1675 - 1737)

Nathaniel Williams, M.A. (Boston Latin School 1682, Harvard 1693). This Nathaniel Williams, 3rd, was a physician. In early life he removed to the West Indies, but soon returned to Boston, where he succ...

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Isaac Whitehead, of New Jersey MP (1624 - 1690)

He was a minister. In New Haven on Mar. 7, 1648, he took the oath of fidelity. He probabl y had a brother named Samuel Whitehead, since there was a Samuel Whitehead assigned to sit i n the second row o...

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Rt Rev Jonathan Shipley, Bishop of St Asaph's (1714 - 1788)

From Wikipedia, December 2014: Jonathan Shipley (1714 – 6 December 1788) was the son of a London stationer; his mother's family were owners of Twyford House, a large manor in Winchester, Engla...

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Rev. Henry Gibbs of Watertown MP (1668 - 1723)

Rev. Henry Gibbs was born Oct. 8, 1668 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts and died Oct. 21, 1723. He is buried in the Old Burying Place, Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. His Will ...

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Rev. Jeremiah Mills MP (1696 - 1776)

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Rev. Samuel Maycock (c.1594 - 1622)

Upon his arrival in the Virginia colony, Samuel MAYCOCK was made a member of the Council in the first Virginia General Assembly in 1619 by Sir George YEARDLEY and continued in office under Sir Franci...

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Rev. Rowland Cotton (1667 - 1722)

Family with parents father Roland Cotton 1667–1721 mother Elizabeth Saltonstall 1668–1726 sister Abigail Cotton 1690–1732 brother John Cotton 1693–17...

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Josiah Meadows Meador, II (1758 - 1845)

Find a Grave Birth: Feb., 1758 Virginia, USA Death: Dec. 22, 1845 Mercer County West Virginia, USA Son of Josiah Meador and Lavina Moody. Infomation supplied by Lisa Odom and Sandy Lilly Folden...

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Rev. Aaron Brown (1757 - d.)

Father of Aaron V. Brown, Gov. 1795 August 15. Born in Brunswick County, Virginia, the son of Rev. Aaron Brown, a Methodist minister, and his second wife, Elizabeth Melton.

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Arnold Lewis (1734 - 1825)

Service: Arnold Lewis served seven years as surgeon in the Revolutionary War, and held a colonel's commission. Child's Gazetteer of Jeff. Co., N.Y. page 352 Remarks: Arnold Lewis served in the French...

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18 Rev. James Lemen (1760 - 1823)

James Lemen was a Revolutionary War soldier. He had enlisted in 1777, was in the battle of White Plains, serving two years.

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Bishop Benjamin Moore MP (1748 - 1816)

From Wikipedia : Benjamin Moore (October 5, 1748 – February 27, 1816) was the second Episcopal bishop of New York. Early life and family Moore was born in Newtown, New York, in 1748, the s...

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William Willson, Rev. (1751 - 1835)

Source Rev. William Wilson (1751-1835) He was born in 1751, the son of James Wilson (sometimes spelled Willson) and died in1835 and he married Elizabeth Poage who was born in 1761. He graduated from,...

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Rev. Edward Kelly (1752 - 1834)

Edward Kelly, born ca 1752 in Virginia, died August 17, 1834 in Russell Co., VA, married April 9, 1774 in Shenandoah Co., VA to Bridget “Biddy” Nugent, b. ca 1752 in Ireland, died in Russ...

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Rev. Daniel Buck MP (1695 - 1726)

From Buck History and Genealogy (Southington, CT): Daniel Buck... graduated at Yale College in 1718... he was not ordained but preached to the Southington church people the winter of 1721 and 2 befor...

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Rev. George Ripley Bliss (1816 - 1893)

Reverend George Ripley Bliss was president of Bucknell University from 1857 to 1858 and 1871–72. His initial training was for the Baptist ministry. He taught Greek (filling the chair from 18...

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Rev. Thomas Buckingham MP (1646 - 1709)

To see pictures of Thomas' tombstone and gravesite, go to the Media section. Source #1: Buckingham, James. Buckingham. This book contains information of ten generations of Ebenezer Buckingham, born i...

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Rev Conrad Ten Eyck (1758 - 1844)

Daughters of American Revolution Ancestor #: A113465 Service: NEW JERSEY Rank: SERGEANT Birth: 5-31-1758 HILLSBOROUGH SOMERSET CO NEW JERSEY Death: 10-30-1844 EAST GAINESVILLE NEW YORK Pension ...

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Nathaniel 1739 Shrewsbury (c.1739 - c.1825)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA. DAR Ancestor # A104428 Nathaniel Shrewsbury was born In Hanover County, Va in 1739. He became a Baptist Minister who moved to Bedford County, VA in ...

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Rev. Thomas Crosby MP (1635 - 1702)

<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< From This originally was a study of the descendants of Freeman Crosby (1802-1861) "In the summer of 1995 George Crosby provi...

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Rev. Charles Walsworth MP (1745 - 1782)

Charles Walworth was a captain in the Revolutionary War.

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Rev. William Denman (deceased)

Title: Doris Varnado Text: There is a William and Sarah Denman named in the constitution of the Bogue Chitto Baptist Church Oct. 31, 1812. At the time it was in Amite County, but is probably in Pike Co...

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Rev. Tidence Lane (1724 - 1806)

Served as the first pastor of the first congregation of any denomination organized in Tennessee (Buffalo Ridge Baptist Church in Washington County). Also Organized and served as first pastor of the Ben...

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Rev. Nathaniel Huntting MP (1675 - 1753)

From The Heroes of the American Revolution and Their Descendants: Battle of Long Island (Google eBook) Henry Whittemore Heroes of the Revolution Publishing Company, 1897 - Long Island, Battle of...

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Rev. David Jones, Military Chaplin (1736 - 1820)

The Rev. David Jones was a preacher, ardent patriot, frontier explorer, author and doctor. "Bibles & Battle Drums" a biography on David's life was published in 1976. In 1761 David Jones became a Ba...

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Rev. Jacob Davis (1748 - 1793)

REV. JACOB DAVIS, a son of James Davis, a grandson of Rev. William Davis, and a nephew of Rev. John Davis, was born at Shrewsbury, New Jersey, in 1748. He was baptized and received into the Shrewsbury ...

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Rev. John C. Griswold (1765 - 1852)

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John "The Immigrant" Hart (1651 - 1714)

HART (Oxfordshire, PA, GA, OH, IL): John Hart was a Quaker who emigrated England to PA in 1681. His descendants were in Wrightsborough, GA in 1780 and many moved to Preble Co., OH about 1805-1810. ...

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Rev. Peter Read (1751 - 1839)

First pastor of the Congregational Church in Ludlow, Vermont.

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