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William Cody Richmond MP (1752 - 1850)

William (Cody) Richmond Sr. served in the Revolutionary War from Oct. 1775 to Nov. 1777, 3rd Virginia Regiment commanded by Col. Neville, from Botetourt Co. Filed pension in Greenbrier Co. VA in 1832. ...

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Col. William Ingles MP (c.1729 - 1782)

Tombstone inscription: COLONEL VA. TROOPS REV. WAR 1782 In 1750 an 18-year-old Mary Draper wed 21- year-old William Ingles in the first wedding of European descent west of the Alleghenies. ...

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John Marston (1720 - 1800)

John Marston b. 8 JUL 1720 Andover, Essex, Mass. d. 18 APR 1800 Father:Jacob Marston Mother: Mary Brown Married: 3 APR 1746 Andover, Essex, Mass. To Mary Poor, b. 5 OCT 1723 Andover, Essex,...

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Peter Tufts, of Mystic Side MP (c.1628 - 1702)

Peter Tufts 1628-1702 probably built the Peter Tufts House in Medford, Massachusetts. He sold the house in 1680 to his son, Captain Peter Tufts, Jr. for whom the house is named. Child: Captain Peter ...

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Thomas Marshall, of Boston MP (c.1605 - 1664)

Came from England and settled in Boston Mass in 1635 -------------------- Thomas Marshall, called "a man of much respectability" came to Boston, MA about 1633 from Lincolnshire, England. Made a fre...

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Thomas Applegate, I MP (1604 - c.1657)

THOMAS APPLEGATE was born 1604 in NORFOLKSHIRE, ENGLAND. He died 1662 in NEW JERSEY, MIDDLESEX and was buried in GRAVESEND, LONG ISLAND OLD DUTCH CHURCH. Source: Genealogical and Personal Memorial of...

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Isaac Parsons (1752 - 1796)

) Isaac Parsons (January 27, 1752 – August 25, 1796) was an American planter, politician, and militia officer in the U.S. state of Virginia (now West Virginia). Parsons served as a member of t...

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William Crow MP (c.1731 - 1813)

1. William Crow was born about 1731. He died about 1813. He was buried in , Caldwell, Kentucky DAR Ancestor #: A028251 1) ENLISTED 6TH SC REGT 6-27-1777; COL ROBERT ANDERSON, UPPER NINETY SIX ...

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John Lynch (1740 - 1820)

from The History of Lynchburg, Virginia: An Overview In the mid-1750's, the colonial village of New London in central Virginia was an important trading center, however, it was difficult to reach fr...

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Ephraim Hathaway MP (1661 - 1716)

Ephraim Hathaway was born on 8 Dec 1661 in Taunton, MA. "Born in Taunton, MA, now Berkley". He died on 20 Dec 1716 in Dighton, MA. He had his estate divided (Taunton 5-146) on 17 Aug 1725. He served in...

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John Burrage, of Charlestown MP (1616 - 1685)

John Burrage Birth: Apr 10 1616 - Norton, Suffolk, England Death: Oct 19 1685 - Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts Parents: Thomas Burrage, Frances Dey Wife: Mary Wife: Joanna Stowers ...

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Richard Ingersoll MP (1587 - 1644)

Excerpts from Great Migration Begins OCCUPATION: Ferryman. ("Ric[har]d Inkersoll" was allowed one penny for every person he ferried over the north river, 16 January 1636/7 [STR 1:31].) EDUCATION:...

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Allen Robinett MP (1666 - d.)

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Samuel Coate (c.1670 - c.1723)

Samuel came to America with his father, John Coate, after 1682 and settled in the Falls, Bucks County Pennsylvania. Samuel Coate from Somersetshire, England supposedly first appeared in Pennsylvania wi...

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Robert Hazeltine MP (1609 - 1674)

In 1637, the Rev. Ezekiel Rogers landed at Salem in the Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England. With him came about sixty families who had come from the counties of Yorkshire and Devonshire i...

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William Hayward, Sr. MP (1616 - 1659)

William Hayward Birth: 1595 in London, Middlesex, England Christening: 29 Mar 1615 St. Giles, London, Middlesex, England Death: 10 May 1659 in , Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts Cause of dea...

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Hugh MacPherson (c.1787 - 1855)

b1/SL269 Tenant of No 11 Kylerhea from 1823

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Capt. Thomas Swearingen of the Ferry MP (1708 - c.1760)

Capt. Thomas Swearingen of the Ferry Birth: 8 APR 1708 in Queen Anne's Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Parents: Thomas Swearingen b 1688, Lydia Riley Wife: Sarah Dossett Death: 3 JUN...

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Thomas Hardy MP (c.1605 - 1678)

Thomas was one of the 12 original freemen to accompany John Winthrop, Jr. to what was then known as Agawam in 1633. They purchased the land from the Indians and founded the town of Ipswich in 1634. T...

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Samuel Plummer MP (c.1619 - 1702)

Samuel Plummer was born in England about 1619 and came to Newbury, MA, with his father and mother about 1634 or 1635. He was a yeoman and lived most of his life in Newbury. Samuel's and Mary's childr...

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John Massey MP (c.1631 - 1710)

"About 1667, the comings and goings of the seamen and merchants, meant that some means of entertainment was needed.  There were several taverns in Salem.  John Massey succeeded to the Old...

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Nathaniel Massey MP (1679 - 1739)

John Massey Sr., Nathaniel's father, operated the Tavern Ferry and a small inn for travellers for twenty years.  In 1711, a year after John Sr. died, John Jr. "conveyed unto his brother, Nathani...

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William Blythe (1790 - 1856)

In Rhea County in 1809, William Blythe married Nancy Fields, daughter of the prominent Cherokee Richard Fields. Blythe bought a slave woman, Nancy, and her young daughter, along with some cows and hors...

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John Larrabee (1732 - 1818)

Revolutionary War Veteran DAR Ancestor #: A066836 From John was born November 20, 1731/2 in Windham, Windham Co., CT. or Plainfield, CT, removed to Pownal, VT in 1780 where he servered as proprieto...

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Sylvester Stover MP (c.1634 - 1689)

He was a fisherman, and a ferryman. Beyond his appointment as ferryman at Cape Neddick River in 1652, he held no public office. He signed the Submisson in 1652, the petition to Cromwell in 1656, and th...

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Elisha Bisbee, Sr. MP (1619 - 1695)

Elisha/1 Bisbee, was born in England by 1621.1 His wife was Joanna (–?–).2 Freeman of Plymouth Colony, 1642.3 "Was of Scit., and by occupation cooper."2 "In 1644 he kept a ferry where Uni...

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Captain Anning Smith, III (1817 - 1898)

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Tristram Coffin, Sr. MP (1605 - 1681)

Tristram Coffyn The First in The Race That Settled America In 1642 Tristram emigrated to America with his wife Dionis and five small children as well as his widowed mother and two unmarried sisters...

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Captain Jacob Handley (c.1805 - 1883)

History History of Ulster County, New York: with illustrations and biographical sketches of its prominent men and pioneers. Woodstock, NY: Overlook Press, 1977. [Reprint of the 1880 ed. published by ...

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Phebe Barker MP (1664 - 1732)

Each of Phebe's three husbands at some time was involved with keeping the ferry which ran between Jamestown and Newport, Rhode Island; it has been suggested that Phebe herself was the ferry keeper. T...

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Jonathan Marsh, Sr. (b. - 1704)

In April of 1703 Jonathan Marsh bought what was later known as Clarke's Ferry from Thomas Winterton of Jamestown, who operated it for three years. He and John Carr, ferrymen, were to carry all Magistra...

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John Cooke, alias Butcher MP (1630 - 1691)

Link to grave Name: John I COOK 1 2 Sex: M Birth: 30 Mar 1630/1631 in ? Engl 3 4 Death: 16 MAY 1691 in Portsmouth Newport RI 5 6 7 Burial: Cook Lot, Glen Rd Portsmouth RI 7 Note: From Gen...

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Robert Barker MP (1650 - 1729)

In 1675, Lieut. Robert Barker “broke away from the army, when they were on their march, in a mutinous way, and by his example allured others to come away.” Barker was deprived of his comm...

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Daniel Howland (1661 - 1714)

Daniel Howland was the innkeeper and proprietor of Howland's Ferry. He acquired the ferry and inn from John Simmons in 1694. Daniel was prominent in town affairs and for the first twenty years he lived...

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John Hull, Jr MP (c.1693 - c.1765)

John Hull prepared a will in 1759; The will of Capt. John Hull, dated 20th Nov., 1759, with a codicil dated 30th of July, 1762, is recorded under date of April 6, 1765, in 'Jamestown Book for Town Coun...

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James White (1804 - 1854)

James and Rhoda crossed the plains with the Applegate wagon train in 1842, from Missouri to Oregon. Children: 1. Leonard White b. 1826-7 Indiana 2. Methotomy White b. 1828-9 Indiana 3. Sarah Whit...

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Rhoda White (1819 - 1882)

BIOGRAPHICAL: Beaver Briefs, Vol. 38,No. 1, pg. 10 The FERRY LADY By Sue Bell of Salem, Oregon In a day when few women ran businesses, it’s refreshing to come across references to a woman ...

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Emory Canda Ferguson MP (1833 - 1911)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Emory Canda Ferguson (March 5, 1833 - October 7, 1911) was an early pioneer of Washington State who helped create Snohomish County from Island County in 1861. Al...

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Jesse Applegate MP (1810 - 1880)

JESSE APPLEGATE. - The following brief obituary sketch of the late "Uncle" Jesse Applegate was written by General E.L. Applegate, than whom none is better fitted to perform the task, - unwelcome in the...

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Col. William Craig (1807 - 1869)

Colonel William Craig.—Idaho's first permanent white settler was Colonel William Craig. Born in Greenbriar County, Virginia, in 1807, he cast his lot with the Rocky Mountain trappers in the summ...

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Emma Louise (B.) Batchelor (1836 - 1897)

Red Water: A Novel - By Judith Freeman -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Emma Lee. By Juanita Brooks. Juanita Brooks, a veteran author of the West, has written a book on Emma Lee, the wife of Mormon leader Joh...

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John Doyle Lee MP (1812 - 1877)

The History of John Doyal Lee From the Book, "Our Pioneer Heritage, John Doyle Lee was born in Kaskaskia, Illinois, on September 12, 1812. At that time Kaskaskia, the capital city of the Territory ...

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Alphonso Boone MP (1796 - 1849)

Alphonso Boone (November 7, 1796 – February 27, 1850) was an American pioneer in what became the state of Oregon. A native of Kentucky, he was the grandson of Daniel Boone, and lived much of...

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Robert Looney, Sr. MP (c.1692 - 1769)

Robert Looney Sr was born about 1692 in Ballagilley Farm, Maughold, Isle of Mann, Great Britain. He died on 14 Sep 1769 in Looney's Mill Creek, Augusta (Now Botetourt), VA, USA. In about 1724, Robe...

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John Tripp, of Portsmouth, Rhode Island MP (1610 - 1678)

John Tripp[1] M, b. 6 February 1609/10, d. 12 February 1678 John Tripp From a book on the history of Portsmouth, RI 'Richard Searl, a seaman in the early 1600's sold his three acre tract of lan...

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Abiel Tripp, Jr. MP (1684 - 1753)

Biography of Abiel TRIPP 1684-1753 Having passed into manhood, Abiel, the junior, married Eleanor Waite, 3 Jan 1704. It was the day after her sixteenth birthday. Together they produced ten children o...

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Robert Barker of Duxbury MP (c.1616 - 1691)

Abigail Barker's father, Robert Barker, came over to the Plymouth Colony (not in 1620 though) as a servant and was later a freeman. The Great Migration Begins ... NEGHS. Robert Barker ORIGIN:...

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John Silcott (1824 - 1902)

Silcott, John M. The following data is extracted from Illustrated History of the State of Idaho. Almost forty years have passed since John M. Silcott took up his residence in Idaho, and he is there...

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