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Rev. John Wilson MP (1588 - 1667)

JOHN WILSON was born about December, 1588, at Windsor, Berkshire, England. He is the son of Rev. WILLIAM D.D. and ISABEL (WOODHALL) WILSON, Canon of Windsor, grandson of WILLIAM WILSON of Welbourn, Lin...

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Rev. Simon Bradstreet (1709 - 1771)

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Thomas Robie MP (1689 - 1729)

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...

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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...

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Rev. Abel Morgan (c.1722 - 1756)

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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...

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Rev. Abel Morgan (c.1673 - 1722)

Rev. Abel Morgan, born 1673, died December 16, 1722, he was a native of Wales, emigrated to Pennsylvania, and from 1711 to 1712 was pastor of the Pennypack Baptist Church. He landed at Philadelphia, Fe...

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Aaron Bledsoe, Rev. MP (1730 - 1808)

DAR Ancestor # A011212 Mentioned in his fathers Will dated December 27th 1769, Aaron Bledsoe was given a Captain's commission in Spottsylvania county in 1756 WILL OF REV. AARON BLEDSOE (From Greens...

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Rev. Aaron Cleveland, III (1715 - 1757)

Stephen Grover Cleveland By Deshler Welch In 1747 Rev. Cleveland moved to Massachusetts, where he was pastor of South Church in Malden until 1750,[1] when he took an active part in the emigration...

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Rev. Aaron Whitney (1713 - 1779)

Rev Aaron Whitney ..... Birth: Mar. 14, 1714 Littleton Middlesex County Massachusetts, USA Death: Sep. 8, 1779 Petersham Worcester County Massachusetts, USA Son of Moses and Elizabeth Whitney, he was...

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Rev. Aaron Bascom (1746 - 1814)

Rev. Aaron Bascom was pastor from 1769 to 1814 of the First Congregational Church of Chester, Massachusetts.

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Rev. Daniel Elmer (1690 - 1755)

The Rev. Mr. Elmer was the Pastor of The Church of Christ in Fairfield ( currently Fairton ) New Jersey. Tombstone inscription: "In memory of the Rev. Daniel Elmer, late pastor of Christ's Church in th...

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Rev. Abraham Pierson MP (1609 - 1678)

1. Rev. Abraham PIERSON was born about 1609 in Yorkshire, England and was christened on 23 Sep 1609 in Branford, Yorkshire, England. He died on 9 Aug 1678 in Newark, New Jersey and was buried in 1678 i...

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Rev. Benjamin Woolsey (1687 - 1756)

Of Southold. Benjamin Woolsey, b. 19 Nov 1687. Born at Jamaica, a graduate of Yale in 1709, became pastor of the First Church in Southold in 1720. He had married, 11 Aug 1710.--------------------* Upda...

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Rev. James Campbell (1705 - 1780)

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"Elder" John Crandall MP (1617 - 1676)

Elder John Crandall Homestead 105 Pound Road Westerly, Rhode Island Reverend John Crandall, one of the founding settlers of Westerly, Rhode Island was born about 1612 in Monmouthshire, England to...

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Rev. Hezekiah James Balch (c.1746 - 1776)

Died unmarried. Details in THE LUSH FAMILY HISTORY.

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Rev. Hezekiah Balch (1741 - 1810)

Hezekiah Balch - Minister, Educator, Abolitionist Hezekiah Balch (1741 - April 1810) was born in Deer Creek, Maryland to Thomas and Agnes (Sommerville) Balch. Little is known about his life before hi...

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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...

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Rev. Hugh Adams (1676 - 1748)

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Rev. Grindall Rawson MP (1659 - 1715)

Burial Find A Grave Memorial# 7303594 Notes He was graduated in 1678 at Harvard College, Cambridge, MA. He resided at Mendon, Worcester Co., MA. He was a minister at Mendon, Worcester Co., MA. ...

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John Barsham MP (1635 - 1698)

John Bosson, son of William Bosson (1), was born in Watertown, December 8, 1635. He graduated from Harvard College in 1658, his name appearing in the Harvard catalogue as John Barsham. He was a ministe...

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Rev. Nicholas Baker MP (c.1610 - 1678)

From Find-a-Grave: Nicholas Baker was educated at St. John's College in Cambridge, England where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1632 and a Master of Arts degree in 1635. Soon thereafter, he...

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Rev. Robert Rose MP (1703 - 1751)

from Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography, Volume II VIII--Prominent Persons Was born in Scotland in 1705, was ordained for the ministry, and came to Virginia in 1725, where he was given charge of St...

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Rev. Richard P. Whitt MP (1730 - 1812)

DAR Ancestor #: A201498 He lived in South Carolina, North Carolina, Henry County VA. before moving to Montgomery County, VA. at A court held for Montgomery County, Va. July 26, 1785 (annals of So...

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Reverend Richard Treat MP (1694 - 1759)

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Rev. Henry Welsh (c.1751 - d.)

Occupation: Baptist Minister who preached at Mt. Airy, Maryland

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Rev. Elnathan Wight (1715 - 1761)

Died in the 46th year of his age and 12th of his ministry. Links Find A Grave Memorial# 21515730

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Reverend Timothy Dalton (c.1577 - 1661)

from Rev Timothy DALTON (1578 – 1662) Timothy Dalton was born about 1578 at Ipswich, England. He married Ruth LEET on 13 June 1615 at Gislingham, Suffolk, England.  Timothy founded a ...

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Thomas Chalkley MP (1675 - 1741)

Chalkley was probably the most influential Quaker minister in America during the eighteenth century. Thomas Chalkey is the Quaker Minister that converted many on Nantucket to Quakerism. CHALKLEY,...

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Reverend Nathaniel Rogers MP (1598 - 1655)

The descendants of William and Elizabeth Tuttle, who came from old to New England in 1635, and settled in New Haven in 1639, with numerous biographical notes and sketches : also, some account of the de...

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Rev. John Thomas MP (1705 - 1788)

DAR Ancestor #: A113044 John Thomas left Nansemond County, Virginia in 1740 and settled near the Indian village of Tosneoc on Bear Branch in what was to later become the northeastern part of Wilson C...

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Rev. John Churchman MP (c.1665 - 1724)

Buried: John was the first person to be buried in the cemetery adjacent to the Brick Meeting House Notes: John Churchman came to America on the ship Amity on April 23, 1682, with William Penn (founde...

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Rev. John Foster, Sr. MP (1735 - 1800)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for MARYLAND with the rank of PRIVATE. DAR Ancestor #: A041635 Came from England. From Cooper-Downing, by Eula Conner Birket, 1982... (Materials of interest f...

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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...

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Rev. John Smith MP (1614 - 1710)

Rev . John Smith was born 1 March 1614 in Powerstock, Dorset County, England [1] and died 2 October 1710 in Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. According to "The Old Town Cemetery, Sandwich, ...

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Rev. John Miller MP (1604 - 1653)

Son of John "Long" Miller and Mary Miller. Husband of Lydia Miller; Mercy Miller (Barden) and Lydia Miller (Coombs) Father of Hannah Frost (Miller); Faith Winslow (Miller); Elizabeth Frost; John Miller...

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Rev. John Mariner MP (c.1644 - 1717)

Past and current members have joined the Huguenot Society of America by right of descent from the following Huguenot ancestors who qualify under the constitution of the Society: Mariner, Rev. John. "...

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John Vause "the emigrant" MP (c.1591 - c.1665)

It appears that the above information is dealing with 3 generations of men named JOHN VAUSE. The first is the immigrant VAUSE who arrived in Virginia prior to 1635 when daughter Margaret Dora Vause mar...

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Rev. John Reyner MP (c.1605 - 1669)

Rev. John Reyner Birth: 1605 - Gildersome, West Yorkshire, England Death:  Apr. 22, 1669 - Dover, Stafford County, New Hampshire Parents: William Raynor Married: Anna Boyce, Frances Cl...

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Rev. John Sherman MP (1612 - 1685)

Rev. John Sherman studied at Trinity College in Cambridge, receiving his A.B. in 1629 and his A.M. in 1633. No doubt he was actively engaged in preaching in England. Persecuted as a Puritan, John fled ...

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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...

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Rev. Timothy Fuller MP (1739 - 1805)

The following data is extracted from Thomas Fuller And His Descendants. TIMOTHY FULLER, the sixth child and third son of Jacob Fuller, was born at Middleton, on the 18th of May, 1739. He entered ...

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Rev. Abraham Williams (c.1726 - 1784)

extracted from Thomas Fuller And His Descendants Rev. Abraham Williams, was a person of genuine piety, a warm patriot, and an ardent friend of the revolution. His letter accepting his call at Sandw...

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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...

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Rev. Jacob Cossart, III MP (1701 - 1772)

Jacob Cossart, born 16 October 1701 in Bushwick, Kings County, New York; died 19 April 1772 in Bound Brook, Somerset County, New Jersey. He was the son of 1024. Anthony Cossart and 1025. Elizabeth Tyme...

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Rev. Jacob Johnson MP (1713 - 1797)

JOHNSON, JACOB DAR Ancestor #: A063297 Service: PENNSYLVANIA Rank: PATRIOTIC SERVICE Birth: 4-7-1713 WALLINGFORD CONNECTICUT Death: 3-15-1797 WILKES-BARRE PENNSYLVANIA Service Description: 1) PATRIOT M...

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Rev. Isaac Cushman, Sr. MP (1647 - 1732)

(Thomas, Robert). Son of Thomas and Mary (Allerton) Cushman. Was pastor of the church at Plympton for many years. Had six chhildren.2880 Some confusion as to whether Mary Rebeckah Rickard or Rebecca ...

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Nathan Rogers, Rev. (1741 - 1806)

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Reverend Dr. John Clarke MP (c.1609 - 1676)

John Clarke (8 October 1609 – 20 April 1676) was a medical doctor, Baptist minister, co-founder of the colony of Rhode Island and author of its charter, and a leading advocate of religious freed...

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Reverend Joseph Clarke, Sr. MP (c.1618 - 1694)

JOSEPH4 CLARKE (Thomas3, John2, John1). He was born 9 December 1618 in Westhorpe, Suffolk, England, and baptized 16 December 1618 in Westhorpe, Suffolk, England. He died 1 June 1694 in Newport, Newport...

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Reverend Joseph Clarke, Jr. MP (1642 - 1726)

Residence: Westerly, RI. 1669-1700: Town Clerk for Westerly, RI. 1698, 1700, 1702, 1704, 1706, and 1708: Deputy to the Rhode Island General Assembly. Siblings: John, William, Joshua, Thomas, Susa...

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Rev. Joseph Moore (1754 - 1824)

Complete book on the ancestry and descendants of Joseph Moore and Rebecca Foster. Joseph Moore was bom on 9 June 1754 in the colony of New Jersey, probably in or around the town of Salem, Salem C...

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John Davis, Jr., Reverend (1723 - 1792)

Note: May have died in Farmington, CT Davis Marriage Book lists his middle initial as E. John & Bethia lived in Potter Hill, RI where they owned a small mill in 1770. Thery sold out in 1772. They moved...

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Joseph Davis, Rev (1726 - c.1798)

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Rev. Joseph Huntington (1735 - 1794)

Minister of the First Church of Coventry. Good friend of the family of Nathan Hale. from:

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Rev. Jonathan Edwards Jr. (c.1745 - 1801)

Jonathan Edwards, Jr., (1745-1801), was, like his more famous father, a Congregationalist minister. He served at the White Haven Church in New Haven, Connecticut, and later became president of Union Co...

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Rev. Timothy Edwards MP (c.1669 - 1758)

Rev. Timothy Edwards. Born on 14 May 1669 in Hartford, CT.3 Timothy died on 27 Jan 1758; he was 88.24 Religion: Harvard 1691. Timothy, minister at Windsor. beside ano. wh. was not a d. He was ord. ...

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Reverend John Wise MP (1652 - 1725)

"John Wise (1652-1725), American Congregational minister, effectively defended the autonomy of individual congregations. His opinions regarding religious and civil democracy foreshadowed the logic of t...

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Rev. William Peckham MP (1647 - 1734)

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Rev. William Smith MP (1707 - 1783)

He graduated at Harvard College in 1725. He was minister of the North Parish from 1731 to 1783.

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William Gillett MP (1700 - c.1791)

William Gillet was the second child and son of John and Sarah (Tryon) Gillet. He was born on March 15, 1699/1700 and baptized two days later on March 17, 1699/1700. William Gillet married Elizabeth...

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Rev. William Perkins MP (1607 - 1682)

Family: Perkins/Wootten (F1205) m. 30 Aug 1636 Parents Father | Male Rev. William Perkins Birth 25 Aug 1607 All Hallows, Bread Street, London, Middlesex, England Find all individuals with e...

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Rev. William Witherell MP (1602 - 1684)

William came with Mary, 3 children and l servant, in the ship "Hercules" from Sandwich in 1635, under a certificate dated Mar 14, 1635, from the mayor of Maidstone, England, where he was a schoolmaster...

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Rev. William Balch MP (1704 - 1788)

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Reverend Timothy Ruggles MP (1685 - 1768)

TIMOTHY RUGGLES (son of Samuel Ruggles, Jr. and Martha Woodbridge) was born November 3, 1685 in Roxbury, Suffolk, Mass., and died October 26, 1768 in Rochester, Plymouth, Mass. He married Mary White on...

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Timothy Dargan, Rev. MP (1705 - 1762)

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Rev. Thomas Barnes MP (c.1645 - 1706)

okay, so 4 different birthdays... this is good... oh how odd Thomas BARNES (AFN: 1Q8D-GHJ) Pedigree Sex: M Family Event(s) Birth: Abt. 1641 Parents Marriage(s) Spouse...

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Rev. Thomas Cushman MP (1608 - 1691)

Thomas came over on the ship "FORTUNE" in 1621 with his brother Robert. -------------------- Came to America on Fortune in 1621 with his father. When Robert, Thomas' father, returned to London on b...

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Thomas Burruss, Sr. MP (c.1722 - 1788)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA. DAR Ancestor # A019240 THOMAS BURRUS 1722–1788: THOMAS BURRUS was born about 1722, in Norfolk County, Virginia, according to one source. An...

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Rev. Thomas Shephard MP (1658 - 1685)

Thomas Shepard III (3 July 1658 - 8 June 1685), was born in Charlestown, MA. He graduated from Harvard College in 1676, and was ordained as pastor at the church in Charlestown. Shepard's career was cut...

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Rev. Taliaferro "Toliver" Craig MP (c.1704 - 1795)

Toliver Craig, Sr. , first called Taliaferro Craig , (c. 1704-1795) was an 18th-century American frontiersman and militia officer. An early settler and landowner near present-day Lexington, Kentucky, h...

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Rev. Shubel Dummer MP (1636 - 1691)

Added by Elwin Nickerson II My Great Grandfather- Graduated From HARVARD College in 1656-Ordained Dec. 3,1672-Married 1656- KILLED By Indians Jan. 25,1691 == -------------------- From Wikipedia, th...

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Rev. Seth Fletcher MP (1630 - 1672)

Rev. Seth Fletcher, born 1630; died August 1682 in Elizabeth NJ. He was the son of William Fletcher and Rache (unknown surname)l. He married Mary Pendleton before 1655, possibly in Long Island, Cumberl...

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Rev. Samuel Williams MP (c.1632 - 1698)

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Rev. Samuel Street MP (1635 - 1717)

Rev. Samuel Street (1635 - 1717) Rev. Samuel Street was the son of Nicholas Street (1603 - 1674). He was born about 1635, married Anna Miles (1642-1730) on Nov. 3, 1664 in New Haven. Samuel was one o...

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Elder Rev. Samuel Luther MP (1636 - 1716)

Samuel, with Thomas Willett purchased (1661) Rehoboth North Purchase. On sale of this, bought (1667) Mattapoisett-Swansea. He was selectman; Representative in General Court, 1677-78-79; Elder of 1st Ba...

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Rev. Samuel Carter MP (1640 - 1693)

"Samuell Carter sonn of Thomas & Mary Carter Born the 8 day of the sixt month, 1640" (this date is old style, the new style date would be August 8, 1640) From the Watertown Town Records Graduated at ...

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Rev. Samuel Treat MP (c.1648 - 1717)

Added by Elwin Nickerson II about my Great Grandfather: Harvard Graduate -Reverend. Samuel Treat- Minstered to the Native Americans in Eastham from 1672 to 1717- Beloved by The Native Americans- Spoke ...

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Rev. Samuel Arnold, Jr. MP (1649 - 1709)

Rev. Samuel Arnold was born on 9 May 1649 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts and died on 11 Feb 1708/09 in Rochester, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Will: May 5, 1707, Written, proved-30 Ma...

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Samuel Prudden, Rev MP (1643 - 1685)

Samuel Prudden. Born ca 1643 in Milford, CT. Samuel was baptized in First Congregational Society, Milford, on 18 Feb 1643/4.69 Samuel died in 1685 in Milford, CT.69 On 30 Dec 1669 Samuel married Grac...

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Rev. Samuel Swayze MP (1712 - 1784)

Early accounts tell of settlers coming to the Black River (Chester) area as far back as 1680. They were trappers and fur traders mostly. These new settlers purchased the land for fifty cents an acre fr...

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Rev. Samuel Stowe MP (1645 - 1720)

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Rev. Samuel Finley, Pres.of the College of New Jersey (Princeton) MP (1715 - 1766)

From the English Wikipedia page on Rev. Samuel Finley: The Rev. Samuel Finley (July 2, 1715 – July 17, 1766), 1763 DD University of Glasgow (honorary). Evangelical (Presbyterian, "New Light"...

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Rev. Salmon Treat MP (c.1672 - 1762)

Pastor of the First Church of Preston. -------------------- Rev. Salmon Treat, s. of Lieut. James Treat & Rebecca Latimer, was b. at Wethersfield, Conn. circa 1672-73. He d. at Preston, Conn. on Ja...

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Rev. Robert Feake MP (1683 - 1773)

Feke, Robert (fēk) [key], c.1705–c.1750, early American portrait painter, b. Oyster Bay, N.Y. He practiced in Newport, R.I., New York City, Philadelphia, and Boston. He probably studied i...

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Rev. Richard Owings MP (1738 - 1786)

Rev. Richard Owings 1 2 3 4 Born: 13 Nov 1738, Baltimore Co., Maryland, (United States) Marriage: Rachel Owings in 1759 Died: 7 Oct 1786, Leesburg, Loudoun, Virginia, United States at age 47 Buried: Ol...

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Nicholas Noyes Jr MP (1647 - 1717)

Participant in the Salem Witchcraft Trials On August 22, 1692, eight of those convicted of witchcraft were hanged: Alice Parker, Ann Pudeator, Martha Corey, Mary Easty, Wilmot Redd, Samuel Wardwell, ...

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Rev. Josiah Sherman (1729-1789) MP (1729 - 1789)

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Rev Ezra Stiles MP (1727 - 1795)

Ezra Stiles (November 29, 1727 – May 12, 1795) was an American academic and educator, a Congregationalist minister, theologian and author. He was president of Yale College (1778–1795). ...

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Rev. Peleg Slocum MP (1654 - c.1732)

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Rev. Oliver Hart MP (1723 - 1795)

Rev. Oliver Hart was the son of John Hart, a deacon at Southampton Baptist Church, and Eleanor Crispen, a cousin of William Penn. His family originated in Witney, Oxfordshire, England. Oliver Hart was ...

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Rev. Nathaniel Robbins MP (1726 - 1795)

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Rev. Nathaniel Chauncey MP (c.1639 - 1704)

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Nathaniel Stone, Reverend MP (c.1667 - 1755)

Birth: 1667 Massachusetts, USA Death: Feb. 8, 1755 Harwich Barnstable County Massachusetts, USA Pastor of The First Church of Christ in HARWICH Family links: Spouse: Reliance Hinckley Stone ...

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Rev. Nathaniel Appleton MP (1693 - 1784)

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

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Rev. Nathaniel Chauncey, Jr. MP (1681 - 1756)

Minister - Rev

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Rev. Nathan Avery MP (1712 - 1780)

Nathan Avery was born March 10, 1712, at Groton, m. March 21, 1746 at Groton, CT, Hannah Stoddard, dau. of Ralph and Hannah (Lester) Stoddard. He was ordained pastor of the strict Congregational (Separ...

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Rev. John Moncure, Jr. (1746 - 1784)

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Rev. John Thomson (c.1687 - 1753)

The Reverand Mr. JOHN THOMSON was born about 1688 in Ulster, County Down, Northern Ireland and died in 1753 in Rowan County, North Carolina. He was married 1) about 1711 in Ulster, County Down, Norther...

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