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Samuel Webber (1759 - 1810)

Samuel Webber (1759 – July 17, 1810) was an American clergyman, mathematician, academic, and president of Harvard University from 1806 until his death in 1810. Biography Webber was educate...


Rev. James Blythe (1740 - 1803)

DAR A 084158, Patriotic service; Civil service. Overseer of roads and furnished supplies.


Rev. Burgess Nelson (deceased)


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


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.


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.


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...


Gideon Johnston (b. - 1716)

"Rev. Gideon Johnston"


Rev. John Moffet (1760 - 1810)

Revolutionary War veteran


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...


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...


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...


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...


Rev Conrad Ten Eyck (1758 - 1844)

"Coenraad Ten Eyck", "Coenraet Ten Eyck"

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 ...


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).


Rev. John Pace (1764 - 1839)

The Rev. John Pace fought in the Revolutionary War and moved to Madison Co, KY in 1795. He was a Methodist clergyman.


John Letchworth (1759 - 1843)


John Letchworth moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with his family when he was 8 years old. He became a minister in the Society of Friends.


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...


Miller and Mennonite Minister


"About 1656 William Walthall married Anne, who by popular belief was the daughter of George Archer. She married secondly the Reverend Richard Morris and moved to Isle of Wight Co, Virginia." links


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...


Rev. Aaron Putnam (1733 - 1813)

Rev. Aaron Putnam was graduated from Harvard, in 1752. On 17 Nov., 1755, he was called to Pomfret, Conn., and accepted 8 Feb., 1756. Ordained 10 March, 1756. He was pastor of this church until 1802, an...


Rev. Joseph Roby (1724 - 1780)


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...


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 ...


Rev. Robert Smith (deceased)


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...


Rev. William Brogden (1711 - 1774)


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...


Samuel Cooper, Dr. (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 ...


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...



Rev. John Bartow MP (1672 - 1726)

From: (I have the book somewhere) JOHN BARTOW,^ A. M., the first of the family in this country, was boi'n at Crediton, Dev- onshire, England, A. D. 1673 ;^ was son of Doctor Thonaas Bartow, of that p...


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...


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�...


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...


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...


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


Rev. John Griffith (1655 - 1735)


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...


Rev. John Kreider (deceased)


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...


Rev. David Rice MP (1733 - 1816)


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 ...


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...


Joel Randell, Rev. (deceased)


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...


Rev. James Pasteur (b. - 1774)


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...


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...


Rev. Henry Butler MP (1626 - 1696)

Banks, Charles Edward. The history of Martha's Vineyard, Dukes County, Massachusetts. (Boston: G H Dean, 1911), 3:47. Henry (Butler); bapt. (Ashford) 7 Sept. 1626; grad. H. C. 1651; taught school Dor...


Reverend William Smith MP (1727 - 1803)

William Smith (September 7, 1727 – May 14, 1803) was the first provost of the University of Pennsylvania. Biography Smith was born in Aberdeen, Scotland, to Thomas and Elizabeth (Duncan) S...


Reverend Gideon Hawley (1727 - 1807)

Gideon Hawley (1727–1807) was a missionary to the Iroquois Indians in Massachusetts and on the Susquehanna River in New York. Biography He was born in the Stratfield section of Stratfo...


George Whitefield (1714 - 1770)

"George Whitfield"

George Whitefield (December 27 [O.S. December 16] 1714 – September 30, 1770), also known as George Whitfield, was an English Anglican preacher who helped spread the Great Awakening in Britain,...


Father Pierre Gibault (1737 - 1802)

Father Pierre Gibault was a Jesuit missionary and priest in the Northwest Territory in the 18th century, and an American Patriot during the American Revolution.


Rev. Samuel Hill, of Malden MP (c.1715 - 1764)

Graduated Harvard College in 1735, a class-mate of Reverend Ivory Hovey. He was pastor of the First Church in Marshfield, Massachusetts, 1740 to 1752. Mr. Hill's connection with the church of that plac...


Rev. Richard James (c.1607 - 1676)

Rev. Richard JAMES, a minister of the Established Church of England. 1635, 5 Oct: "Land was sighted and the voyage was almost over. Rev. Richard JAMES led the passengers in a prayer of thanksgiving f...


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). ...


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.


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...


Rev. James Searing (1704 - 1755)


Rev. Charles Reed MP (1760 - 1843)

New Jersey, Pvt 1st Reg, Salem Co. Militia, Revolutionary War. Charles Reed died on the 5th of Dec., 1843, in Wabash county, Illinois at the residence of his son, Rev. Jacob E. Reed, in the eighty-...


Reverend John Taylor (1752 - 1833)

) John Taylor (1752–1833) was a pioneer Baptist preacher, religious writer, frontier historian and planter in north and central Kentucky. His two histories of early Baptist churches in Kentuck...


Rev. Slingsby Linthicum (1758 - 1848)

Methodist minister


Reverend Jacob Duche (1737 - 1798)

The Reverend Jacob Duché (1737–1798) was a Rector of Christ Church in Philadelphia , Pennsylvania, and the first chaplain to the Continental Congress . In 1759 he married Elizabeth Hopkin...


Thomas Dawson (deceased)

Reverend Thomas Dawson was the fourth president of The College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia (1755–1760).[1] He is also the brother of William Dawson, who was the second president ...


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.


Rev. Samuel Brown (1760 - 1820)


Rev. Townshend Dade (1742 - 1822)

Rev Townshend Dade, Jr Birth: Jan. 15, 1742 Stafford County Virginia, USA Death: Feb. 6, 1822 Parents: {of St. Paul's Parish, Stafford, VA.} - Townshend Dade (Sr.) [1707-1781] - Parthenia (Alex...


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...


Rev. Elisha Gillett MP (1733 - 1820)


Elisha Gillet - born August 17, 1733 - died May 1820 at the age of 87 - married Sarah Buckingham, the daughter of John and Keziah (Clark) Buckingham, on April 13, 1753 - Sarah was born on September 13,...


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.


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....


Rev. Abijah Peck MP (1758 - 1848)

Abijah Peck, son of John Peck and Sarah Adams, was b. Apr. 1758 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Conn., he m. 1st with MINDWELL CLOSE (b. 1763, d. 4/4/1816; 53 yrs) and 2nd with LYDIA (---) MONT...


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...


Rev. Daniel Oliver (1753 - 1840)

Lost his mother at age 7, his father at age 16. Served under Jonathan Haraden 1780-81 on privateer ships CATO and PICKERING. Graduated Dartmouth in 1785. Married JUNE 1786. Congregational minister in B...


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

"John Allen / John Jacques Allen"

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 ...


Rev. Ivory Hovey MP (1714 - 1803)

The Reverend Ivory Hovey was the son of Capt. Ivory Hovey and Anne Pingree of Topsfield, Mass. Born July 3, 1714, he was a graduate of Harvard College in 1735. He settled his ministry in the Mattapoise...


Bishop John Carroll (1735 - 1815)

John Carroll , (January 8, 1735 – December 3, 1815) was the first Roman Catholic bishop and archbishop in the United States — serving as the ordinary of the Archdiocese of Baltimore. He i...


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...


Rev. James Moore (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...


Robert Yates, Rev. (1714 - 1761)


Rev. John Murray MP (1741 - 1815)

From John Murray (December 10, 1741-September 3, 1815), a preacher from the British Isles, became the most widely-known and respected voice of American Universalism during the last three decades of t...


Thomas Robie MP (1689 - 1729)

"Thomas M. Roby"

William and Elizabeth Robie were inhabitants of Boston as early as 1689, when their son Thomas was born on March 20th of that year. He graduated at Harvard College in 1708, and died in 1729. He was tut...



Rev. Nehemiah Walter MP (1663 - 1750)

Rev. Nehemiah Walter Birth: Dec 1663 in , Ireland Death: 17 Sep 1750 in Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts Burial: Sep 1750 Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts Parents: Thomas Walter Married...


Rev. Nathaniel Walter (1711 - 1776)


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...


ID: I6881 Name: John White Reverend Surname: White Given Name: John Suffix: Reverend Sex: M Birth: 2 Jul 1674 in Gloucester, Essex Co., Massachusetts Death: 1760 in Gloucester, Essex Co., Massachusetts...


Rev. Samuel King (1775 - 1842)

) Robert King, the father of Rev. Samuel King, was an early settler in North Carolina, and served his country for some time as a captain of volunteers in the war of the revolution. In this position...


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...


John Larkin (1735 - 1807)

Deacon John Larkin (April 3, 1735 – December 14, 1807) was an ordained minister of the First Congregational Church in his hometown of Charlestown, Massachusetts. He was also a merchant, in the t...


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...


Rev. Nathaniel Appleton MP (1693 - 1784)


Henry Gibbs' daughter, Margaret, married Rev. Nathaniel Appleton.


Rev. John Leland (deceased)


Rev. John Leland (c.1754 - 1789)

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


Rev. Isaac Burr MP (1697 - 1752)

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...


Rev. Hugh Adams (1676 - 1748)


Rt. Rev. Robert Smith (1732 - 1801)

First Episcopal Bishop of South Carolina.


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...