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Reverend Valentine Wightman (1681 - 1747)

was a vigorous preacher, who presented religious conviction in plain and logical language. Nonetheless, he was often described as warm, serene and possessed of a mild disposition. He became highly so...

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George Aeneas Ross, Fifth of Balblair MP (1679 - 1753)

George emigrated in Jul 1705 from Missionary for the Society of the Propogation of the Gospel. (Source: ) -------------------- Rev. Goerge Ross was born in 1679 in Balibar, Scotland. He died 18 Nov...

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Rev. Thomas Gooch MP (c.1702 - c.1775)

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Rev. Jacob Henderson (b. - 1751)

Mareen Duvall's widow, Mary , went on to marry Henry Ridgely and later after his death, Reverend Jacob Henderson.[5] Notes From "He [Mareen Duvall] died in 1699 and his third and final wife, Ma...

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Rev. Samuel Bowen MP (1659 - 1728)

Samuel Bowen Born July 16, 1659, Rehobeth, Bristol, MA.99 Died January 21, 1727/28, Cohansey, Salem, New Jersey, USA.100 son of Obediah Bowen and Mary Clifton Married May 26, 1684 in Sw...

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Ens. Cutting Noyes MP (1676 - 1757)

Deacon of the church at Newbury. Member of the General Court of Massachusetts, 1704-05. Notes 1 April 1710 Cutting Noyes Jr. blacksmith conveys to Andrew Downer for 100li a certain tract of land ...

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Rev. John Scott (c.1747 - 1785)

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James Patrick Glasgow, Rev. (c.1710 - 1753)

Rev. Patrick Glasgow was born in Ireland and ordained by the Presbytery of Lewes in 1736 and in 1741 was ordained by the Protestant Episcopal Church. He became rector of All Hallows Church, Snow Hill, ...

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John S. J. Gardiner (1765 - 1830)

John Sylvester John Gardiner (1765–1830), aka John S. J. Gardiner, was Rector of Trinity Church, Boston, Massachusetts, president of Boston's Anthology Club, and active in the Boston Athen�...

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Samuel Cooper (1725 - 1783)

) Samuel Cooper (March 28, 1725 – December 29, 1783) was a Congregational minister in Boston, Massachusetts, affiliated with the Brattle Street Church. He was born in Boston to William Cooper ...

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Rev. John Andrews (1746 - 1813)

Rev. John Andrews, D.D. (1746–1813): Colonial/American clergyman; 4th Provost (1810–13), 3rd Vice Provost (1789–1810), and Professor of Moral Philosophy at the University of Pennsy...

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Robert Andrews (1748 - 1804)

Robert Andrews (1748 – 1804) was a Colonial/American clergyman, professor and Virginia politician. He was one of the thirteen men, including only a handful of clergymen, to sign the agreement ...

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Rev. Slingsby Linthicum (1758 - 1848)

Methodist minister

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Rev. William Tunnell MP (1751 - 1814)

Children of William, III.. & Mary Maysey Tunnell.: William Tunnell (IV?) (1774 - 1861) Elizabeth Tunnell Roberts (1785 - 1830) Calvin Tunnell (1791 - 1867) Luther Tunnell (1793 - 1865) Re...

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Rev. Robert Tunnell MP (1747 - 1779)

i. ROBERT3 TUNNEL17, b. 1747, Fredricksburg, Spotsylvania county VA17,18; d. NC19; m. UNKNOWN, Aft. 1862; b. abt 174720. More About ROBERT TUNNEL: Occupation: Methodist minister 21 Residence: Mov...

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Rev. John Tunnell MP (1755 - 1790)

iv. JOHN TUNNEL24, b. 1755, near Fredricksburg VA25,26; d. Jun 1790, Sweet Springs WV27,28. Notes for JOHN TUNNEL: Notable Southern Families, page 369: "Of the four sons, this one was the best kn...

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William Tunnell, Sr. MP (c.1702 - 1787)

Married Lady Ann Howard of Yorkshire. Emigrated to English Colonies in America 1736 close to Fredricksburg, Virgina -------------------- This surname was Anglicized to "Tunnell" or "Tunnel" as seen...

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Rev. Robert Smith (deceased)

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Rev. William Ramsey (1732 - 1771)

William Ramsey was a Presbyterian minister in Fairfield, Cumberland County, New Jersey/ He graduated from Princeton in 1754, who married in 1759 Sarah Seeley, who subsequently married Rev. Robert Smith...

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Rev. Ebenezer Slocum MP (1650 - 1715)

Ebenezer Slocum Birth: Circa 1650 - Portsmouth,Newport,Rhode Island, USA Death: Circa 1715 - Conanicut Island,Jamestown,Rhode Island, USA Parents: Giles Slocum, Joanne Cook Wife: Mary Thursto...

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Rev. Dr. John Harris (1725 - 1790)

DAR Website: HARRIS, JOHN SR Ancestor #: A051722 Service: SOUTH CAROLINA Service Description: 1) SERVED AS PHYSICIAN & SURGEON IN MILITIA; 2) ALSO MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY,1776-8 Rev. John Harris was in ...

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Rev. Henry Sewall MP (c.1615 - 1700)

Irma Spellman Askey bless her heart helped establish this linkage by Col John Emery Adams from there I was able through research able to get to this point. We did it! Much research is still needed but ...

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Rev. Ebenezer Davenport MP (1731 - 1773)

Sources Connecticut Town Birth Records, pre-1870 (Barbour Collection) Name: Ebenezer Davenport Gender: Male Birth Date: 15 Mar 1731 Birth Location: Stamford Parent Name: John Parent Name: Sarah G...

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Jacob Augspurger (1786 - d.)

From: Augspurger, Jacob (1786 - 1846) b. 6 JUN 1786 in Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines, Upper Rhine, Germany d. 1 SEP 1846 in Butler County, OH father: Augspurger, Nicholas(1760 - 1836) mother: Gold...

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Rev. Samuel Wakeman, Sr. MP (c.1635 - 1692)

Referred to as the Reverend, ...of Fairfield (Connecticut). Attended Harvard. Married Hannah Goodyear, dua. of Stephen, 29 Oct. 1656. Had a son Samuel.

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Rev. Josiah Flynt (1645 - 1680)

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Rev. Jabez Fox MP (1647 - 1703)

(II) Rev. Jabez Fox, son of Thomas Fox (1), was born in Concord in 1647 and baptized there. He was educated at Harvard College, where he graduated in 1665. On taking his second degree there, three year...

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Rev. Joseph Adams MP (1688 - 1783)

the first pastor of Newington Town Church, 1715-1783; the son of Joseph and Hannah (Bass) Adams. see "A Gen. His. of Henry Adams of Braintree,MA" for more on family, ill. of the Rev Joseph's house in...

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Rev. James Searing (1704 - 1755)

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Rev. John Burr MP (1695 - 1777)

Rev. John Burr Birth: June 24 1695 - Hingham, Massachusetts (Plymouth) Death: May 16 1777 - Bridgewater, Massachusetts (Plymouth) Parents: John Burr, Mary Warren Notes In memory of Rev. J...

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Jonathan Judd (1719 - 1803)

Jonathan Judd, third son of Capt William Judd of Westbury parish in Waterbury, graduated at Yale College 1741. He was the first minister of the second precinct or parish in Northampton now the town of ...

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Adonijah Bidwell (1716 - 1784)

Adonijah Bidwell was born in Hartford, Connecticut in 1716. The son of Thomas Bidwell,[2] a wealthy merchant involved in the triangular trade, Adonijah had a comfortable childhood. As a young adult, Ad...

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Rev. William Brogden (1711 - 1774)

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Rev. James Haddock (deceased)

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Rev. Joseph Belcher (1704 - c.1773)

He graduated from Harvard College in 1723; studing for the ministry. After preaching at Walpole and other places, he received a call to Easton, Norfolk Co., where he settled and was ordained 6 Oct 1731...

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Rev. Samuel Dudley MP (1608 - 1683)

Samuel DUDLEY HUSBAND: [F3778]. Samuel DUDLEY. Born in (1610-S?)(30 NOV 1608_S1,S2,S4) at (Northampton-S?)(Canon’s Ashby, Northamptonshire-S4), England; son of Thomas DUDLEY [F7556] and Do...

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Rev. Elijah Craig MP (1738 - 1808)

He was a leader in the Baptist separatist movement of the Traveling Church, which came to Bryan's Station in 1785. He was known as the first distiller of bourbon whiskey. He was "the first pastor o...

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Rev. Thomas Dungan MP (1634 - 1687)

Thomas Dungan Rev. Thomas Dungan was the youngest child of William Dungan And Frances Lathom. His father died, and his mother came to America with her second husband Jeremy Clarke and four young ch...

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"Elder" Joseph Mason MP (1663 - 1748)

Joseph Mason Birth: Mar 6 1663 - Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA Death: May 19 1748 Parents: Sampson Mason, Mary Butterworth Married: Anna Daggett, Lydia Bowen Notes for Elder JOSEPH MASON Me...

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Rev. Nicholas Rettinghouse, Mennonite MP (1666 - 1734)

Birth: Jun. 15, 1666 Rev. Nicholas "Klaus" Rettinghouse , Mennonite Minister b: 15 JUN 1666 in Holland Second note: Birth 15 Jun 1666 in Broich R. or Amsterdam. Father: Wilhelm Rittenhausen AKA Wi...

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William Rittenhouse, Mennonite Bishop MP (1644 - 1708)

Mennonite Bishop William Rittenhouse b. 1644, d. 18 Feb 1708 William Rittenhouse (1644-1708), born Wilhelm Rittenhausen in what is now Germany, is remembered as the builder of the first paper mil...

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Rev. John Dodderidge (1745 - 1791)

John served in the PA and VA Militias during the Revolutionary War. In 1777, in Ohio County VA (now WV) he swore an Oath of Allegiance to the Commonwealth of Virginia. He served as a Private in William...

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Laban Ainsworth MP (1757 - 1858)

Laban Ainsworth was the son of Capt. William Ainsworth and wife Mary Marcy. He was born July 19, 1757 in Woodstock, Windham County, Connecticut, and died in Jaffrey, Cheshire County, New Hampshire, on ...

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James Wright MP (1668 - 1759)

Other accounts show his birth circa 1671 in Lancashire , England and PA as well as MD . (f/g) his wife was NOT Mary Bowater per # 32113214 "flower" by Margaret Ballinger Added: Aug. 7, 2013 -tcd --...

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Jeriel Root, Sr. (1780 - 1857)

Find a Grave# 11447745; Jeriel Root, Sr Birth:   Dec. 31, 1780, Coventry, Tolland County, Connecticut, USA Death:  Jun. 18, 1857, Chillicothe, Peoria County, Illinois, USA Husba...

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Rev. Noah Hammond (1718 - 1774)

Grave stone inscription: nscription: In Memory of Rev. Noah Hammond, Minister of the Gospel and Pastor of the Baptist Church of Christ in Coram, who was born Feb. 14, 1718 and departed this life Nov....

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Rev. Richard Bourne MP (1609 - 1682)

Rev. Richard Bourne Birth: abt 1610, Barnstaple, Devon, England Death: 18 Sep 1682, Sandwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts Burial: Sep 1682, Dock Lane, Sandwich, Massachusetts Father: William Bo...

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Rev. Jacob Hemingway MP (1683 - 1754)

Rev. Jacob Hemingway Birth: .6 Dec 1683 New Haven, Connecticut Death: Oct 1754 East Haven, New Haven, Connecticut Father:  Samuel Hemingway 1636 - 1711 Mother: Sarah Cooper 1645 - ...

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Rev. Thomas Price (deceased)

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John M. James, Rev., Hon. (c.1751 - 1823)

John M. James (1751-1823) was one of the founders of Flat Lick Baptist Church, located outside Shopville in Pulaski County, Kentucky. Most of the his fellow founders were rebel preachers like himself, ...

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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 MP (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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Rev. James Caldwell MP (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 R...

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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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