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Rev. John Harriman MP (1647 - 1705)

John was baptised at New Haven Jan. 24, 1647, attended Harvard College, married Hannah Bryan, a daughter of Richard, of Milford, Ct., Nov. 20, 1672. She was born 1654. He was a settled pastor of the fi...

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Rev. Abraham Pierson MP (c.1641 - 1707)

Founder and first president of Yale, and namesake of Pierson College. -------------------- One record shows Abraham as the eldest of eleven children. Graduated from Harvard in 1668. In 1669 he join...

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Rev. Ebenezer White MP (1672 - 1756)

Rev. Ebenezer White was a graduate of Harvard University receiving a Master of Arts in 1692. He went on to serve as Pastor of the church at Southampton, LI, NY where he own son later served. From The...

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Rev. John Allin, of Rye & Woodbridge MP (1623 - 1715)

The Chymical Cleric: John Allin, Puritan Alchemist John Allin, the son of John Allin of Wrentham, Suffolk (c1605-1671) and his wife Margaret (died 1653), was born on 13 October 1623. His father, who ...

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Henry Hy O'Hagan, Rev. (b. - 1788)

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Rev. Dr. William Walter (1737 - 1800)

Rev. Dr. William Walter b. 7 Oct 1737, West Roxbury, MA edu. HC 1756 AB AM; King's Coll., Aberdeen 1784 DD sett. Boston, MA; Shelburne, NS rem. Episcopalian ord. 1764, England d. 5 Dec 1800...

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Rev. Samuel Whiting MP (1670 - 1725)

We kn. not dates of b. of any one of the five ch. nam. in that will, the two bef. ment. and (2515i[2][1]) Samuel, of wh. however we never hear more, Sarah, who m. first, Jacob Mygatt, near the end of 1...

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Rev. William Semple Baskett (1741 - 1815)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA with the rank of LIEUTENANT. DAR Ancestor #: A007175 --------------------A short sketch of the family of Rev. William Baskett of Fluvanna County, Virgi...

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Rev. Eden Burroughs (1738 - 1813)

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William Wentworth (Elder) ~ Immigrant MP (c.1615 - 1696)

William Wentworth (elder) William Wentworth (1616-1697) was a follower of John Wheelwright, and an early settler of New Hampshire. Coming from Alford in Lincolnshire, he likely came to New England wi...

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Rev. John Wheelwright MP (c.1592 - 1679)

WHEELWRIGHT, John, clergyman, born in Lincolnshire, England, about 1592; died in Salisbury, Massachusetts, 15 November, 1679. He was graduated at Cambridge in 1614, and, entering the ministry of the ...

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Rev. John Woodbridge MP (c.1644 - 1691)

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Rev. John Woodbridge (1613 - 1695)

Reverend John Woodbridge was born in 1613 in Stanton,Wiltshire,England. He died on 17 Mar 1694/1695 in Newbury,Essex,Ma. He married Mercy Dudley on 20 May 1639, in Northamptonshire,England. Mercy Dud...

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John Fowle (c.1710 - d.)

Public Library. † Robert Luist Fowle, first child of JOHN FOWLE , Daniel Fowle’s eldest brother, did not fall far from the tree. Though educated at Harvard (Class of 1732), Johnȁ...

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Rev. Samuel Brown (1760 - 1820)

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Rev. Ralph Partridge MP (1579 - 1655)

Ralph PARTRIDGE Baptized: As "Rodolphus Partridge" Apr. 12, 1579 at St. Mary the Virgin church at Sutton-Valence [aka the Town of Sutton], in county Kent, England. son of Rev. Thomas Partridge & ...

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Reverend Henry Whitfield MP (1590 - 1657)

Rev. Henry Whitfield was born in England about 1590. He was ordained a minister of the Church of England in 1618. That same year he married Dorothy Sheafe. They had 9 children. The Henry Whitfield Ho...

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William John Stith MP (c.1707 - 1755)

REV. WILLIAM STITH (John2, John1) was born in 1707, and died 19th September, 1755. He matriculated, 21st May, 1724, at Queen's College, Oxford and is entered in the register as 17 years old and the son...

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John Camm (1718 - 1779)

Rev. John Camm 1771-1777- President of College of William and Mary Graduate of Trinity College, Cambridge. Anglican clergyman; rector of Newport and York-Hampton parishes; commissary of the Bishop of...

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Rev. Nathaniel Draper, Jr. (1706 - 1767)

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Rev. Thomas Hasell (1683 - 1744)

7 children Thomas Constantia Pagett eldest Daughter John Elizabeth Andrew Mary Ann notes Taken from The Annals and Parish Register of St.Thomas and St. Denis Parish in South Carol...

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Capt. John Blunt (1734 - 1798)

Capt. John Blunt guided General George Washington through the ice and storm across the Delaware River the night before the Battle of Trenton. Sources:

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Rev. Samuel Niles MP (1674 - 1762)

He graduated from Harvard in 1699. He preached from 1702-his death in 1762. In 1759 he received the degree of M.A. from Harvard. He was the author of "Tristae Ecclasiarium", 1745, "Vindication of D...

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Rev. William Waite (1731 - 1826)

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Rev. David Rose MP (1736 - 1799)

DAR Ancestor #: A097658 American Revolutionary War, Patriotic Service, New York Militia. ******************************** Info from: Prefix: Priest Suffix: II Birth: 11 Dec 1736 in Branford...

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Rev. James Maury (c.1718 - 1769)

James Maury From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Reverend James Maury (1718-1769) was a prominent Virginia educator and Anglican minister during the American Colonial period. He was a figure i...

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Rev. Henry Dunster, First President of Harvard MP (1609 - 1659)

Henry Dunster Baptized: 26 November 1609 - Bolholt, Bury, Lancashire Parents:  Henry Dunster (abt 1580–1646) and Henry's first wife, who is not named in any records. Wives:...

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Rev. Joseph Parke MP (1705 - 1777)

Rev. Joseph Parke Birth: Mar 12 1705 - Newton, MA Death: Mar 1 1777 - Westerly, RI Parents: John Parke, Elizabeth Miller Siblings: Elizabeth Park, John Park, Solomon Park, Elizabeth Park, Abi...

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Rev. Edward Teague MP (1716 - 1810)

At the Munday-Teague Cemetery, Alexander Co., NC: AT RIGHT FRONT CORNER OF CEMETERY FACING SIDE WAYS IS HUGE MEMORIAL STONE: "Rev. Edward Teague England 1720-USA 1810, ³Founded first Baptist...

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Capt. John Finley Caldwell MP (1683 - 1750)

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Col. John Haslet (Continental Army) (1727 - 1777)

Jump to: navigation, search John Haslet (c. 1727– January 3, 1777) was an American clergyman and soldier from Milford, in Kent County, Delaware. He was a veteran of the French and Indian War...

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Rev. Samuel Jefferds (deceased)

4. Hannah Hill b. Mar. 8, 1704/5, married Rev. Samuel Jefferds Sources The Hill Family in Maine 1633-1945 By Samuel A. Hill, Bangor Maine April 9, 1945

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Rev. John Kreider (deceased)

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Rev. Francis Higginson (c.1586 - 1630)

Emigrated to New England in 1629, on the ship Talbot, with his brothers in Henry Whitfield's company, and settled at Guilford, Conn. He was the first minister at Salem. A few years later he went to New...

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Rev. Richard Blinman MP (1615 - 1687)

From "Memoirs of the Plymouth Colony," by Hon. Francis Baylies: "Gov. [Edward] Winslow, the founder of Marshfield, often visited England; he induced several Welsh gentlemen of respectability to emigr...

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Samuel Magaw (1735 - 1812)

Samuel Magaw (1735 – 1 December 1812) was a clergyman and educator from Pennsylvania. He was a member of the American Philosophical Society and served as Vice Provost of the University of Pennsy...

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James Caldwell, Rev. (1734 - 1781)

) James Caldwell (April 1734 – November 24, 1781) was a Presbyterian minister who played a prominent part in the American Revolution. He was born in Cub Creek in Charlotte County, Virginia, ...

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Rev. Francis Asbury MP (1745 - 1816)

Francis Asbury, bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church in America, was born near Birmingham, England, to Joseph and Elizabeth (Rogers) Asbury and apprenticed as a blacksmith. At an early age Asbury...

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Rev. Jeremiah Wise (1679 - 1756)

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Reverend John Maverick MP (1578 - 1636)

Clerk. Matriculated at Exeter College, Oxford Oct. 24, 1595. Received his degree of Bachelor of Sats in 1599 & that of Master of Arts in 1603 having already been ordained as a deacon & priest. March 16...

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Rev. Joseph Coit MP (1672 - 1750)

Joseph Coit Birth: Apr 14 1672 - New London, CT Parents: Joseph Coit, Martha Harris Wife: Experience Wheeler Death: July 1 1750 - Plainfield, CT The vital records (Barber Collection) ...

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Rev. William Vaughn MP (1607 - 1677)

During the devastating events of King Phillips War (1675-1678), the Rhode Island General Assembly sought the counsel of 16 prominent citizens of the colony, one of whom was William Vaughn. from:

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Rev. Obadiah Holmes, Sr. MP (1607 - 1682)

Obadiah Holmes is an ancestor of President Abraham Lincoln. "Ancestors of American Presidents", Gary Boyd Roberts, NEHGS, 2009 Rev. Obadiah Holmes1 (M) b. circa 1606/7, d. 15 October 1682, #430 Rev...

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James Barker, Jr. MP (1617 - 1700)

1634, 24 March- Sailed with father James, Sr. and Nicholas Easton and sons on ship "Mary and John" out of Southampton, England. Father died on voyage. 1644- Corporal. 1648- Ensign. 1648- Member...

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Rev. Chadd Browne MP (c.1600 - c.1665)

Came to America in 1638, was minister of the Baptist Church in Rhode Island after Roger Williams. Brown University is named after him. Reverend. First Baptist Church at Providence RI, oldest Bap. ch in...

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Rev. Thomas Olney MP (1600 - 1682)

Event: Citizenship English, arrived on the "Planter, 1635 1 Event: Life's Work Shoemaker 1 Note: One of the founders of Providence, Rhode Island First treasurer of the Colony. Thomas Olney,...

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Rev. David Avery, Sr. MP (1746 - 1818)

David Avery was prepared for Yale at the Rev Eleazur Wheelock's school at Lebanon where he became interested in the Indians. In 1766, he went as missionary to the Indians of western New York. After his...

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George Duffield II (1732 - 1790)

Biography — The Reverend George Duffield (Oct. 7, 1732 - Feb. 2, 1790) Born on October 7, 1732, in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, George Duffield was educated at Newark Academy, Delaware, a...

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Patrick Henderson MP (c.1644 - 1702)

Extract from "The Immigration of Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania": Patrick Henderson, the author of a work called "Truth and Innocence, The Armour and Defense of the People called Quakers," was a pro...

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Rev. Jonathan Hyde MP (1711 - 1787)

Bapt. at Cambridge 7 Jan 1711. Worked on his parent's estate in Canterbury, CT and was at Canterbury in 1738 with his wife. Removed to Brookline before 1750; in Jan. of that year he was ordained a Bapt...

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Rev. Comfort Starr MP (c.1624 - 1711)

Founder of the Vermont line of the Starr family One of seven incorporators of Harvard University.

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Jared Eliot MP (1685 - 1763)

Jared married Hannah Smithson (daughter of Samuel Smithson of Brayfield, England) the following winter,[21] and was minister at the Killingworth church until his death. He was also a physician.

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David Rice, Rev. (1733 - 1816)

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Rev. Samuel Blair, Jr. (1741 - 1818)

Blair was born in 1741 in Faggs Manor, near Cochranville, Chester County, Pennsylvania, the son of a Presbyterian minister also named Samuel Blair. He graduated from The College of New Jersey in 1760 a...

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Rev. Robert Campbell (1741 - 1817)

Reverend and Mrs. Campbell were very early settlers of Campbelltown, New York, coming from Newton, Connecticut and Stillwater, New York. Reverend Campbell was a chaplain in the colonial forces under Ge...

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Rev. Robert Campbell MP (1709 - 1789)

Robert was ordained on 20 October 1761. Reverend Campbell became pastor of the Congregatinal Church of Christ in Canaan, Litchfield County, Connecticut. The old church records show he had transferred f...

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Rev. David Parsons MP (1680 - 1743)

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Rev. Joseph Parsons MP (1672 - 1740)

Harvard 1698 Family 1 : Elizabeth THOMPSON Children +Joseph (Rev.) PARSONS +Samuel (Rev.) PARSONS +William (Rev.) PARSONS +Elizabeth PARSONS  John PARSONS Sources Descend...

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Rev. Isaac Burr MP (1697 - 1751)

Rev. Isaac Burr. Born on 4 Jun 1697 in Hartford, CT. Isaac was baptized in Hartford, CT, in Jun 1697. Isaac died in 1752 in Windsor, CT. Education: Yale 1717. From Todd’s General History of th...

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Rev. James MacSparran (1698 - 1757)

Edited Appletons Encyclopedia, Copyright © 2001 VirtualologyTM McSPARRAN, James, clergyman, born in Ireland about 1680; died in South Kingston, Rhode Island, 1 December, 1757. He was educated ...

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Reverend Isaac Mansfield MP (1750 - 1826)

Second of two sons named Isaac. DAR information: MANSFIELD, ISAAC Ancestor #: A073560 Service: MASSACHUSETTS Rank: CHAPLAIN Birth: 3-27-1750 MARBLEHEAD MASSACHUSETTS Death: 9- -1826 BOSTON MASSACHU...

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Reverend Ames Cheever MP (1686 - 1756)

Interesting facts: First minister of Manchester, Massachusetts and a slaveholder. Bibliographic information QR code for Genealogies Title Genealogies: The Hassam Family, the Hilton Family, the Ch...

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Rev. Samuel Cheever MP (1639 - 1724)

Bibliographic information Title Biographical Sketches of Graduates of Harvard University: In Cambridge, Massachusetts, Volume 2 Biographical Sketches of Graduates of Harvard University: In Cambridge,...

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Joseph Bledsoe, Sr (1738 - 1801)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for Virginia. DAR Ancestor #: A011222 Service: VIRGINIA Rank: PATRIOTIC SERVICE Birth: (CIRCA) 1738 SPOTSYLVANIA CO VIRGINIA Death: (POST) 1801 ROCKHOUSE BOTT...

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Rev. James Scott II (c.1686 - 1782)

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Rt. Rev. Robert Smith (1732 - 1801)

First Episcopal Bishop of South Carolina.

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Rev Isaac Chanler MP (1700 - 1749)

The Chandler Family Association ========== left extensive will describing his large library descent from him qualifies one for Society of Colonial Clergy, since he was a well known clergyman in...

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Blackleach Burritt (1744 - 1794)

Blackleach Burritt (1744 – August 27, 1794) was a preacher during the American Revolutionary War. During the American War of Independence, he was incarcerated in the Sugar House Prison. Earl...

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Rev. Gershom Mendes Seixas MP (1746 - 1816)

DAR Record for Ancestor A101643 Gershom was known as "the patriot rabbi" and was the spiritual leader of Shearith Israel during the American Revolution. According to Birmingham, "During the war, he c...

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Zachariah Cox Rev. Dr. (1811 - 1875)

Zachariah Cox 1850 United States Federal Census Birth: Circa 1811 - Place Residence: 1850 - Place Schedule: Schedule Wife (implied): Name of spouse Children (implied): George W Cox and names of 9 more ...

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Rev. William Worcester MP (1595 - 1662)

William Worcester Rev was the first Minister of Salisbury MA. He was baptized on 5 October 1595 in Watford, Northanto, England.1 He married Sarah Pickering circa 1634 in England.2 William Worcester Rev...

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Rev. Robert Breck (1682 - c.1731)

Rev. Robert Breck graduated from Havard in 1700 and settled in Marlboro, Mass. in 1704. He married Elizabeth Wainright on September 8,1707 and they had 6 childen. He spent 27 years in the ministry. ...

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Rev. Ebenezer Parkman MP (1703 - 1782)

Ebenezer Parkman, son of William Parkman, a shipwright, was born in Boston on Sept. 5, 1703. Soon after graduating from Harvard College in 1721, he became the first settled minister in the town of West...

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Rev. Eli Forbes MP (1726 - 1804)

Rev. Eli Forbes Birth: Oct 26 1726 - Westborough, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA Parents: Jonathan Forbush, Hannah Holloway Married: Mary Parkman; Lucy Smith, widow of Thomas Sanders; Sarah, wid...

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Rev. Dr. Thomas Thacher MP (1620 - 1678)

Dr., Rev. Thomas THACHER or THATCHER , M.D b. 1 May 1620, Milton, Clevedon, Somerset, England occ. physician, minister; ord. 2 Jan 1644/1645, Weymouth, MA edu. Educated by Pres. Charles CHAUNCE...

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Rev. Joshua Gee MP (1698 - 1748)

PASTOR OF THE SECOND CHURCH OF BOSTON Rev. Joshua Gee, who from Dec. 1723 until his death in 1748 was pastor of the Second Church (on Hanover St.) Boston, in direct succession to Rev. Cotton Mather, ...

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Rev. William Reneau (1739 - 1798)

Reverend William RENEAU(5) (7)(206) (678)(4) (2) was born on Feb 9 1739 in Prince William, VA. He died in 1798 in Sevier, TN. He has Ancestral File number 56CP-V3. He was a Baptist Minister. Parents: J...

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Christopher Holder "the Quaker" MP (1631 - 1688)

Christopher Holder (c. 1631—post-1676) was an English Quaker minister who immigrated to the Massachusetts Bay Colony, where he was persecuted for his beliefs. He was prohibited from preaching, i...

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Rev. Josiah Chase (1713 - 1778)

Among his eight children was Josiah (1713-1778), who departed from family tradition in two significant ways. First, he moved from Newbury. By the early eighteenth century all the farmland there must ...

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Rev. John Oliver (1613 - 1646)

Admitted as Freeman, Boston, May 1634; married (by 1638) to Elizabeth Newgate; Harvard Class of 1645; died 1646, shortly after becoming minister. See article by Leslie Mahler, JAN. 2003, 157 New Engl...

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Rev. John Elliot, Jr. MP (1636 - 1668)

JOHN ELIOT. Born 1636, died 1668, aged 32. Rev. John Eliot, M. A., of Newton, eldest son of the Apostle Eliot, by his wife Anne Mountfort, was born 3 August, 1636, at Roxbury, and baptized in the Fir...

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Rev. John Eliot MP (1604 - 1690)

John Eliot (c. 1604 – 21 May 1690) was a Puritan missionary to the American Indians. His efforts earned him the designation “the Indian apostle.” English education and Mass...

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Rev. Amos Adams, Chaplain (c.1728 - 1773)

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Rev. Samuel Stone MP (1602 - 1683)

Biographical Summary: Reverend Samuel Stone , son of John Stone, a freeholder of that place, was born in Hertford, County, Herts (usually at that time sounded Hartford); baptized July 30,1602, in the...

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Rev. Jonathan Martin (1687 - c.1768)

He was a prominent settler of Piscataway and lived near the Baptist Church. Jonathan Martin was the son of Benjamin Martin and Margaret Reynolds. Jonathan Martin had three wives and 15 known children...

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Rev Hezekiah Gold (1694 - 1761)

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Rev. John Warham MP (c.1595 - 1670)

Burial Find A Grave Memorial# 8711974 The Congretational Churchyard is also known as Palisado Cemetery. Tomb Inscription "In memory of Rev. John Wareham. He was installed Pastor of this Church at...

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Joel Randall, Rev. (deceased)

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Rev. John Leland (c.1754 - 1789)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for Virginia. DAR Ancestor #: A069466

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Rev. John Leland (deceased)

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Rev. John Allen MP (c.1595 - c.1650)

Rev. John Allen, an English Puritan, had to flee from home in 1596, and settled in Massachusetts in 1639. The origin of the name Alling--which is, perhaps, even more ancient than Allen--cannot be demon...

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Rev. Abner Waugh (1738 - 1806)

Abner Waugh Birth: Circa 1738 Death: Sep 13 1806 - Caroline Co, Virginia Wife: Frances Lewis, Philadelphia Claiborne Children: Sarah Spottswood Lyons (born Waugh), Philadelphia Clairborne Wat...

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Rev. James Pasteur (b. - 1774)

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Rev. Thomas Shepard (1605 - 1649)

Rev. Birth 5 Nov 1605 Towcester, , Northamptonshire, England [1] Gender Male Died 25 Aug 1649 Cambridge, Middlesex, MA, USA [1] Age 43 years Notes ◦THOMAS SHEPARD OF CAMBRIDGE, MASS. T 1. (Rev.)...

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Rev. Ralph Wheelock, America's First Public School Teacher MP (1600 - 1683)

Reverend Ralph Wheelock -- Puritan minister, America's first public school teacher, and founder of the Massachusetts towns of Dedham and Medfield -- played an active and important role in the settling ...

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Reverend Benjamin Ruggles (1700 - 1782)

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Rev. Andrew Baker, Jr. (1749 - 1815)

Rev.Andrew served as a chaplin during the Rev.War .Under Capt.Isaac Ruddles A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA with the rank of PRIVATE. DAR Ancestor # A004862 He was a Chaplain in t...

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Rev. John Higginson MP (1616 - 1708)

Biographical Summary: Rev. John Higginson , son of Rev. Francis Higginson, born August 6,1616, at Claybrook, Co. Leicester; came with his father, in the "Talbot," 1629, to Salem; freeman, Massachuset...

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Rev. Adam Blakeman MP (1596 - 1665)

Surname has also been reported to be Blackman . Rev. Adam Blakeman was born in Gnosall, Staffordshire, England, June 10, 1596. His birthplace is frequently misspelled in websites due to transcription...

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William Blackstone/Blaxton (1595 - 1675)

Rev William Blackstone was the first white settler of Boston. REVEREND WILLIAM BLACKSTONE 1595 — 1675 Boston's first white resident, also first European settler of present day Rhode Isla...

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