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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-...

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Rev. Daniel Tucker MP (1740 - 1818)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA with the rank of ENSIGN. DAR Ancestor #: A116608 Daniel appeared on the Virginia Regiments company pay and muster rolls from August 1777 through Dece...

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Rev. Benjamin Shattuck MP (1687 - 1763)

A marble monument erected in the Littleton Burying Ground bears the inscription:  "Here sleeps until the resurrection morn, the Rev. Benjamin Shattuck, son of Dr. Philip Shattuck of Watertow...

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Rev. Benjamin Prescott MP (1687 - 1777)

Grad. Harvard College in 1709 and ordained at the 2nd precinct, Salem, Mass., and subsequently at Danvers and South Danvers now in the town of Peabody, where he officiated with fidelity for 45 years. ...

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Rev. Benjamin Doggett MP (c.1636 - 1683)

E115:55 BENJAMIN DOGGETT (Emigrant Ancestor), son of William and Anne (Langley) Doggett; chr. 28 Oct 1636, St. Mary-le-TowerIpswich, Suffolk; d. 1683, Lancaster County, Virginia; m. 21 Sep 1664, Hadl...

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Rev. Richard Billings (1675 - 1748)

Burial Find A Grave Memorial# 40822993

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Rev. Dr. Benjamin Lord MP (1694 - 1784)

THE whole church were so united in their approbation of Mr Benjamin Lord who was called to preach on tryal in 1716 that they extended to him a unanimous call to be their pastor with the offer of 100 pe...

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Rev. Benjamin Estabrook MP (1671 - 1697)

ID: I15122 Name: Benjamin Estabrook 1 2 Sex: M Birth: 24 FEB 1671 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts 3 2 Death: 22 JUL 1697 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts 3 2 Reference Number: 15...

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Rev. Andrew Tribble MP (1741 - 1822)

REV. ANDREW TRIBBLE, 22 Mar. 1741, d. 30 Dec. 1822 Richmond Ky., md. in Caroline Co. Va. 1768 Sarah Ann Burriss, 30 Sep. 1753 Orange Co. Va. d. 15 Dec. 1830 dtr. of Thomas and Frances (Tandy) Burriss...

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Rev. Andrew Barton, Sr. MP (c.1675 - 1723)

Note: "Barton, Andrew, of Warwick, yeoman. Will daed 17 Mar 1722/3, proved 30 May 1723, pgs 187-190. Mentions: Wife Rebeckah. Brother-in-law Anthony Low of Warwick. Sons Benjamin Barton eldest, Samuel ...

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Rev. Andrew Finley (twin, 1717-1780) MP (1717 - 1780)

Probably is baptism date, not birth date NameRev. Andrew Finley Birth18 Apr 1717 (or 10 Apr), Mullaghbrack Parish, County Armagh, Ireland Immigration28 Sep 1734, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Immi Memoa...

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Rev. Abraham Nott MP (c.1697 - 1756)

The Rev. Abraham Nott graduated Yale in 1720 as a Doctor of Divinity, and was the 1st pastor of the Second Congregational Church of Saybrook, Connecticut (Essex Society). He was ordained at Saybrook in...

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Rev. Aaron Burr MP (1716 - 1757)

[following was downloaded 2009 from Wikipedia] The Reverend Aaron Burr (January 4, 1716 – September 24, 1757) was a notable divine and educator in colonial America. He was a founder of the Col...

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Samuel Blair (1712 - 1751)

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William B. Foster, Rev. MP (1740 - 1780)

DAR Ancestor #: A041897 In the Revolutionary War, Reverend Foster engaged heartily in the cause of civil liberty and encouraged all who heard him, to do their utmost in defense of their rights. On on...

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Rev. John Rosier MP (c.1604 - c.1659)

Rev. John3 Rosier or Rozier, Sr. (Robert2 Rozier, John1 Rosier). John was born in 1603 at London, England. He was christened at London, England, 30 Sep., 1604. Saint Pancras Church, Soper Lane. He marr...

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Matthew Lydford, Rev. MP (1623 - 1692)

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Rev. Robert Hunt of Jamestowne (c.1568 - c.1608)

(not completely flattering) Findagrave.com says: Rev. Robert Hunt's parents are unknown. Degree from Trinity Hall, Cambridge, c. 1592; LL.B. degree 1606 (Athenae Cantabrigienses, vol. 2, p. 493)....

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Rev. John Waugh MP (c.1630 - c.1706)

Rev. John Waugh b 1630 d 1706. Rev. Waugh’s descendants by his first wife carry the strong tradition of Indian blood. He settled in Stafford County, Virginia, soon after it became a county in 16...

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Rev. James Boisseau MP (c.1656 - d.)

Rev. James BOISSEAU was born 1660 in Montauban, France. When the Edict of Nantes came down in 1685, it is said his father, grandfather and one of his brothers were all killed trying to defend their chu...

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Robert Yates, Rev. (1714 - 1761)

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Rev. William Yates (1720 - 1764)

Info added per DAR's "Lineage Book of the Charter Members" by Mary S Lockwood and published 1895 stating he was "President William Yates", referring to William & Mary College. William Yates[2] was bo...

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Rev. William Dawson MP (c.1704 - 1752)

Reverend William Dawson (1704?–1752)[1] was the second president of The College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. A graduate of the Queen's College at Oxford University, Dawson ran th...

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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 ...

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Rev. James Blair MP (1656 - 1743)

) Rev. James Blair was a Scottish born clergyman in the Church of England, best known as the founder and first president of the College of William and Mary. He was the uncle of U.S. Constitution sign...

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Rev Roland Jones II MP (1644 - 1688)

In 1653, the Reverend Rowland Jones immigrated from England to the colony of Virginia. He had graduated from Oxford University. He served as minister at Jamestown and Martin's Hundred Parishes. In Will...

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Rev. Hawte Wyatt MP (1594 - 1638)

Haute Wyatt Birth: about 1594, Boxley Parish near Maidstone, Kent, England Death: Jul. 31, 1638 Boxley Parish near Maidstone, Kent, England Parents: George Wyatt, Jane Finch Burial: Boxley Ch...

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Samuel Seabury, Rev. (1706 - 1764)

SEABURY, Samuel, clergyman, born in Groton, Connecticut, 8 July, 1706 ; died in Hempstead, Long Island, New York, 15 June, 1764. He was educated partly at Yale, and was graduated at Harvard in 1724. Af...

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Rev. James Pierpont MP (1659 - 1714)

Wikipedia Biographical Summary: James Pierpont (born January 4, 1659, Roxbury, Massachusetts; died November 22, 1714, New Haven, Connecticut) was a Congregationalist minister who is credited with the...

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John Lathrop, Rev. (1739 - d.)

) John Lathrop (1740-1816) was a congregationalist minister in Boston, Massachusetts, during the revolutionary and early republic periods. He served as minister of the Second Church, Boston, 1768...

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Rev. Nathaniel Ward (c.1585 - c.1646)

Nathaniel Ward (1578–October 1652) was a Puritan clergyman and pamphleteer in England and Massachusetts. He wrote the first constitution in North America in 1641. A son of John Ward, a not...

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Rt. Rev. James Madison (c.1748 - 1812)

) James Madison (August 27, 1749 – March 6, 1812) was the first bishop of the Diocese of Virginia of The Episcopal Church in the United States, one of the first bishops to be consecrated to th...

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Rev. Henry Smith MP (1588 - 1648)

The following is the work of Dale Smith. Generation One Rev. Henry Smith was born in 1600 in Norwich, Norfolk, England and died August 09, 1648, in Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, aged 48. H...

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Rev. John Knox Witherspoon, Signer of the "Declaration of Independence" MP (1723 - 1794)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for NEW JERSEY. DAR Ancestor # A127172 John Knox Witherspoon (February 15, 1723 – November 15, 1794) was a signatory of the United States Declaration of In...

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Rev. Elihu Spencer (1721 - 1784)

Reverend Elihu Spencer was a patriot of the American Revolution for New Jersey with the rank of Chaplain. DAR Ancestor #: A106900 ---------------------------------------------------------------------...

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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...

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Josiah Smith (1704 - 1781)

) Josiah Smith (1704 – October 1781) was a clergyman in colonial South Carolina who championed the causes of the evangelical style of the Great Awakening and later American independence. S...

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Right Reverend Samuel Seabury, D.D., Bishop of Connecticut and Rhode Island MP (1729 - 1796)

Samuel Seabury (November 30, 1729 – February 25, 1796) was the first American Episcopal bishop, the second Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, USA, and the first Bishop of Connecticut. He ...

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Rev. Josiah Cotton (1680 - 1756)

JOSIAH COTTON, schoolmaster, Indian missionary, and public servant, was born January 8, 1679/80, a son of the Reverend John Cotton (A.B. 1657), and a nephew of Cotton Mather. His mother's maiden name...

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Rev. William Johnston Jr. (1710 - 1792)

The following is from the Delaware County, NY Genealogy and History Site, and is from a book, "Centennial History of Delaware County, New York : 1797-1897" edited by David Murray, LL.D., and transcribe...

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Rev. Jonathan Dunham MP (1639 - 1717)

Added by E. C. Nickerson about this Great Grandfather: Ministered to the Native American People: Jonathan Dunham was the son of Deacon John Dunham and Abigail Barlow. He married first Mary Delano and t...

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Edward Payson (c.1783 - c.1827)

Edward Payson (1783-1827), American Congregational preacher, was born on 25 July 1783 at Rindge, New Hampshire, where his father, Seth Payson (1758-1820), was pastor of the Congregational Church. His...

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Phillips Payson (1704 - 1778)

Phillips Payson (1704—1778) was minister for the town of Dorchester, Massachusetts from 1728. He was the father of Samuel Phillips Payson, and is buried in the Rumney Marsh Burying Ground ...

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Samuel Phillips Payson (1736 - 1801)

Reverend Samuel Phillips Payson (January 18, 1736 – January 11, 1801) was a Harvard graduate who ministered for the town of Chelsea, Massachusetts from 1757. The reverend, born in Walpole, was...

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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...

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Gen. Peter Muhlenberg (Cont. Army), U.S. Senator (1746 - 1807)

Peter Muhlenberg John Peter Gabriel Muhlenberg (October 1, 1746 – October 1, 1807) was a clergyman, a soldier and a politician of the Colonial, Revolutionary, and Post-Revolutionary eras in ...

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Heinrich Melchior Muhlenberg (1711 - 1787)

Henry Melchior Muhlenberg, a Pennsylvania Lutheran pastor, knew what he was talking about when he wrote that the black population “secretly wished the British army might win, for then all Negro ...

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Joseph Montgomery (1733 - 1794)

Joseph Montgomery (1733–1794) was an American Presbyterian minister and a delegate to the Continental Congress from Pennsylvania. Joseph was born near Harrisburg (now Paxtang, Pennsylvania...

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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...

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Reverend Samuel Kirkland (1741 - 1808)

Samuel Kirkland (December 1, 1741 – February 28, 1808) was a Presbyterian minister and missionary among the Oneida and Tuscarora peoples of present-day western New York State. Kirkland gra...

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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...

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Reverend Moses Allen (1748 - 1779)

Moses Allen (14 September 1748 – 8 February 1779) was a minister of Midway, Georgia during the American Revolution. Son of Joseph Allen (1712 - 1779) and Elizabeth Parsons (1716 - 1800), he wa...

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George Whitefield (1714 - 1770)

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,...

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John "The Methodist Founder" Wesley MP (1703 - 1791)

Born June 28, 1703, at Epworth, Lincolnshire, England. 15th of 19 siblings. Father: Anglican minister. Raised Anglican. Schooled through Oxford University. Childhood distinctions: righteous, bookish. B...

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Rev. John Davenport MP (1597 - 1670)

A history and genealogy of the Davenport family, in England and America, from A. D. 1086 to 1850 .. (1851) FOURTEENTH GENERATION. Issue of Richard Davenport, ( No. 58.) (60.) I. Edward Dave...

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Rev. Peter Hobart MP (1604 - 1679)

Rev. Peter Hobart. Born ca 1604 in Hingham, Norfolk. Peter was baptized in Hingham, Norfolk, on 13 Oct 1604.5 Peter died on 20 Jan 1679 in Hingham, MA. Education: Magdalen Coll, Dambridge, Eng: BA 1625...

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Rev. John Gano (1727 - 1804)

DAR Ancestor #: A043534 John Gano (Hopewell Township, New Jersey on July 22, 1727 - August 10, 1804) was a Baptist minister and Revolutionary War chaplain who allegedly baptized his friend, General...

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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.

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Rev. John Harvard MP (1607 - 1638)

John Harvard (26 November 1607 – 14 September 1638) was an English minister in America whose deathbed bequest to the "schoale or Colledge" recently authorized by the Massachusetts Bay Colony was...

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Rev. Timothy Dwight, IV, President of Yale (1752 - 1817)

Timothy Dwight (May 14, 1752 – January 11, 1817) was an American academic and educator, a Congregationalist minister, theologian, and author. He was the eighth president of Yale College (1795&...

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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...

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Reverend Naphtali Daggett (1727 - 1780)

"Appletons' cyclopaedia of American biography, Vol. II, New York, D. Appleton and Company, 1887" "Daggett, Naphtali, clergyman, b. in Attleborough, Mass., 8 Sept., 1727; d. in New Haven, Conn., 25 No...

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Rev. Manasseh Cutler MP (1742 - 1823)

Manasseh Cutler (May 13, 1742 – July 28, 1823) was an American clergyman involved in the American Revolutionary War. Cutler was also a member of the United States House of Representatives and ...

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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...

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Rev. Isaac Backus (1724 - 1806)

Isaac Backus (January 9, 1724 – November 20, 1806) was a leading Baptist preacher during the era of the American Revolution who campaigned against state-established churches in New England. ...

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Rev. Thomas Allen, of Norwich & Charlestown MP (1608 - 1673)

Allen, Thomas, a non-conformist clergyman of Norwich, was born in that city in 1608, and educated at Caius college, Cambridge. He appears to have been minister of St. Edmund’s, Norwich, where he...

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Rev. Dr. Samuel Mather (1706 - 1785)

ID: I6656 Name: Samuel Mather Reverend Doctor Surname: Mather Given Name: Samuel Suffix: Reverend Doctor Sex: M Birth: 30 Oct 1706 in Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts Death: 27 Jun 1785 in Boston, Su...

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Rev. Cotton Mather, Salem Witch Trials MP (1663 - 1728)

Cotton Mather (February 12, 1663 – February 13, 1728; A.B. 1678, Harvard College; A.M. 1681, honorary doctorate 1710, University of Glasgow) was a socially and politically influential New Englan...

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Rev. Increase Mather MP (1639 - 1723)

-------------------- Wikipedia says (downloaded March 20, 2010 from ): Increase Mather (June 21, 1639 – August 23, 1723) was a major figure in the early history of the Massachusetts Bay Co...

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Rev. Richard Mather (1596 - 1669)

Richard Mather (1596-1669), was a Puritan clergyman in Colonial Boston, Massachusetts. He was father to Increase Mather and grandfather to Cotton Mather, both also celebrated Boston divines. : # : = ...

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Rev. Jonathan Edwards MP (1703 - 1758)

Jonathan Edwards (October 5, 1703 – March 22, 1758) was a preacher, theologian, and missionary to Native Americans. Edwards "is widely acknowledged to be America's most important and original ...

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Rev. Moses Morrill (1719 - 1778)

REVEREND MOSES MORRILL from Collections and Proceedings of the Maine Historical Society By Maine Historical Society. Page 212. Reverend Moses Morrill, Harvard College 1713 was ordained Septembe...

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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...

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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...

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Rev. Robert Jordan MP (1611 - 1679)

The Rev. Robert Jordan , a priest of the church of England, came to Richmond's Island in Maine about the year 1640. Jordan probably divided Sunday ministrations between the Spurwink and Casco settlemen...

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Rev Thomas Hiscox (1686 - 1772)

Timeline of his life: 1686 - b. Newport, Rhode Island 1709 - Freeman 1712-1772 - Town Treasurer 1714-1741 - Deputy 1716 - Deacon 1716 – Church Clerk 1727 - Ordained in Westerly, RI 172...

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Rev. Nicholas E. Street, III MP (c.1603 - 1674)

Rev. Nicholas Street (1603 - 1674) Rev. Nicholas Street was the son of Nicholas Street (1575 - 1617). He was baptized on Jan 29, 1603 in Bridgewater, Somerset, England. He was matriculated at the Uni...

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Rev. John Lathrop MP (1584 - 1653)

=============== Reverend John Lothrop, also known as Lothropp or Lathrop , was baptized December 20, 1584 in Etton, Yorkshire, England, and died Nov. 8, 1653 in Barnstable, Massachusetts. In the re...

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Rev. Peter Prudden MP (1601 - 1656)

'Peter Prudden; a story of his life and New Haven and Milford, Conn. (1901) Capt. and 'Mrs. Willett ' first resided in New York, and then removed to Rehoboth and Swansea, Mass., where he died i...

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Rev. John Jones, Jr. MP (c.1624 - 1679)

John Jones (A.B. Harvard 1643)." Samuel Eliot Morison, "Appendix B: English University Men Who Emigrated To New England Before 1646", The Founding of Harvard College (H.U.P., 1935), p. 385.

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Rev. John Jones MP (1591 - 1665)

John Jones , son of William Jones (1563 - 1633) & Elizabeth Morgan (b.1572) was born 22 November 1591 in Northamptonshire, England. A Cambridge graduate and Puritan minister who came to New England abo...

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Rev. Peter Bulkeley MP (1582 - 1659)

Peter Bulkley , son English clergyman Rev. Edward Bulkley, was a dissident preacher who sought religious freedom and helped found Concord, Massachusetts. Peter was born 31 January 1582 at Odell, Bedfor...

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Rev. Nathaniel Eaton (1610 - 1647)

Reverend Nathaniel Eaton 1610-1674 First schoolmaster of Harvard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Later became a clergyman. Parents: 'Rev. Richard Eaton 1565-1616 Elizabeth Shepheard 1569-1636 ...

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Francis Doughty, Jr. (1605 - 1683)

The Reverend Francis Doughty, Jr. was successor to William Cotton as Anglican rector to the Eastern Short of Virginia, and he was the third husband of Ann Graves Cotton. Society of the Descendants ...

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Rev. William Cotton (1609 - 1640)

The Reverend William Cotton by William R. Gann William Cotton was born 18 March 1609/10 in Bunbury Parish, Cheshire, England. His parents were Jeffray and Joane Cotton. William had five known sibling...

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Rev. John Whiting (1635 - 1689)

Families of Ancient New Haven by Donald Lines Jacobus, pg. 1971 The son of William & Susannah Whiting, he married (1) Sybil Collins, daughter of Deacon Edward Collins of Cambridge, Mass. They were th...

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Rev. John Emerson (1670 - 1732)

He was a Minister. He was graduated from Harvard College in 1689. He spent the first few years after graduating at home with his father. He preached a short time in Manchester. He later preached at Sal...

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Rev. John Emerson (c.1625 - 1700)

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Rev. John Hale MP (1636 - 1700)

Ordained September 20, 1667 after preaching three years. First minister of Beverly. He wrote about the witchcraft delusion of 1692. Residence - 1667; Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts; Baptism - 5 JU...

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Rev. Moses Noyes (c.1643 - 1729)

The Rev. Moses Noyes, of Newbury, Massachusetts, a graduate of Harvard, was the first minister. His pastorate of sixty- three years began in 1666, and ended in 1729. The Rev. Samuel Pierpoint, of New H...

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Reverend James Noyes, Sr MP (1608 - 1656)

Reverand Noyes was the father of Benjamin9?) Noyes, chief prosecutor of the Salem Witch trials. -------------------- Rev. James Noyes, the immigrant ancestor of our branch of the numerous Noyes fam...

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Rev. Nicholas Noyes MP (1615 - 1701)

Nicholas Noyes was a colonial minister in Salem, Massachusetts during the time of the Salem witch trials. He was the second minister, called the "Teacher", to Rev. John Higginson. During the Salem wi...

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Rev. James Noyes, ll MP (c.1639 - 1719)

Graduate Harvard 1659. Savage, Vol. 3: Began to preach in Stonington, Connecticut in 1664, residing in the family of Thomas Stanton, yet was not ordained before 10 September 1674, the day before he was...

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Rev. Peter Hobart (1727 - 1798)

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Rev. William Emerson Sr. MP (1743 - 1776)

Reverend William Emerson Sr. was a minister and grandfather of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Emerson Sr. served as chaplain of the Massachusetts Provincial Congress and chaplain of the Continental Army. Emers...

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Rev. Joseph Emerson MP (1620 - 1680)

"Rev. Joseph Emerson, of Mendon, was admitted a freeman of Ipswich, Dec., 1648. He married Elizabeth Woodmansy, a daughter of Mr. Robt. and Margaret Woodmansy, of Boston and Ipswich. Mr. Woodmansv was ...

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Reverend Francis Dane MP (1615 - c.1696)

Our ancestor Francis Dane I was born in Hertfordshire, England-- probably in the hamlet of Little Berkhamsted. When he was in his late teens, his brother John Dane, older by about three years, already ...

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Rev. John Mayhew (1652 - 1688)

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Rev. Stephen Batchelder, of Hampton MP (1561 - 1656)

Married to Ann Bates in 1586 - Berkshire, England "The Great Migration Begins (1620-1633)" names the 6 children of Stephen as Nathaniel, Deborah, Stephen, Samuel, Ann and Theodate. "All the childre...

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Rev. Thomas Mayhew MP (c.1620 - 1657)

Additional information-proofs-citations added by E.C. Nickerson about this Ancestor: First Minister to the Native People in America. ::: Came to New England in 1630 in Governor Winthrop's Fleet with hi...

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