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Joseph Logsdon (c.1736 - d.)

Joseph Logsdon served as a guide for General George Washington. ____________________________________________________________________________ In (George) Washington's diary for 1784, dated in Septembe...

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Judge John Berrien (1711 - 1772)

Judge John Berrien, (1711-1772) Came to Rocky Hill as a surveyor from Long Island in 1735. Then purchased or had Rockingham built. A portion of the house may have been on a tract purchased from John ...

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Nehemiah Royce MP (1636 - 1706)

Nehemiah Royce born: circa 1638 (Long Sutton, Somerset, England / of Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts) died: 7 November 1706 at Wallingford, New Haven, CT. Father: Robert Royce b. c 1605, d. 1676...

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Samuel Baldwin, Jr. MP (c.1735 - 1793)

parents: Samuel Ford & Sarah Baldwin Married 20 Jan 1757 to Grace Kitchell 1766 to a woman of Ireland Mary Wills Children William, b. ca. 1759; d. ca. 2 Jan 1793 Morris Co NJ; m. ca...

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John Anderson (1737 - 1819)

The Merchants and Drovers Tavern began its life about 1795 as a two-story commercial building. In 1798, John Anderson purchased the property from Oliver Pierson and applied for a license to operate a &...

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Elizabeth Ingersoll (deceased)

"Old Landmarks And Historic Personages of Boston" mentions the "King's Head" Inn. This establishment was at the northwest corner of Fleet and North streets. (This intersection is in Boston's North End;...

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Charles Carroll of Carrollton, Signer of the "Declaration of Independence" MP (1737 - 1832)

Charles Carroll of Carrollton (September 19, 1737 – November 14, 1832) was a lawyer and politician from Maryland who was a delegate to the Continental Congress and later a United States Senato...

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John Coke (1762 - 1822)

Tavern keeper. Operated the Raleigh Tavern, where George Washington liked to stay whenever he was in Williamsburg, Virginia.

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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow MP (1807 - 1882)

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (February 27, 1807 – March 24, 1882) was an American poet whose works include "Paul Revere's Ride", The Song of Hiawatha, and "Evangeline". He was also the first Ameri...

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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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Colonial Gov. Willie Jones MP (1741 - 1801)

Willie Jones (December 24, 1740 – June 18, 1801) was an American planter and statesman from Halifax County, North Carolina. He represented North Carolina as a delegate to the Continental Congres...

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Col. Jesse Ewell (c.1743 - 1805)

Colonel Jessie and his wife and young children lived at the Bel Air mansion in Prince William County VA. A frequent guest at the house was Thomas Jefferson, who had been a chum of Jesse's whem they bot...

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Mason Lock Weems I (1759 - 1825)

Mason Locke Weems, better known as Parson Weems George Washington's first biographer, he is best known as the source of some of the apocryphal stories about George Washington. The famous tale of the ...

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Colonel Daniel Heyward (1720 - 1777)

Heyward-Washington House. Located in the downtown Historic District of Charleston, SC within the area of the original walled city, this brick double house was built in 1772 by rice planter Daniel Heywa...

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Thomas Heyward, Signer of the "Declaration of Independence" MP (1746 - 1809)

Thomas Heyward, Jr. added the Jr. to his name to distinguish himself from his father's other son named Thomas. Thomas Heyward was born in St. Luke's parish, in the province of South Carolina, in the ...

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Col. David Espy MP (1730 - d.)

David Espy 1730 Parents: George Espy 1695-1761 and Jean Taylor 1699 Wife: Jane Woods Children: David George Mary (Espy) Anderson b. 1779 David Espy was a colonel in the Revolutionary ...

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Jacob DeHaven MP (c.1730 - 1812)

Q.Tell me the story of Jacob DeHaven From A.The following is from Lorett Treese's book, "Valley Forge: Making and Remaking a National Symbol" (1995) There is also no evidence to support the claim...

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Grace Ford (c.1741 - 1818)

parents: Judge Joseph Kitchell and Rachel Bates Married 20 Jan 1757 to Samuel Ford, later known as Samuel Baldwin Children William, b. ca. 1759; d. ca. 2 Jan 1793 Morris Co NJ; m. ca. 1...

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Col. Charles Washington MP (1738 - 1799)

DAR Ancestor #: A121948 (see attached document) -------------------- Children: 1. George A. WASHINGTON b: 1763 2. Samuel WASHINGTON b: 1765 3. Frances WASHINGTON b: 1763 4. Mildred WASHIN...

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Theodosia Ford (1741 - 1824)

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Jacob Arnold (1749 - 1827)

Militia Veteran. He served as county sheriff for three terms and served as a Captain in the Morris Militia Light Horse during the American Revolution. In 1777 Arnold's Tavern served as headquarters for...

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Martha Odom (1753 - 1817)

Martha Watson was born in Nov 1753 and died Sep 1817 in Ridge Spring, Edgefield Co, South Carolina. The grave site of Martha Watson Odom is unknown. This marker was placed inside the walled, Watson Sec...

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Jacob Odom, Jr. (1733 - 1831)

Jacob Odom was born 1733 in Nansemond County Virginia and died in 1831 in Darlington, South Carolina. Parents: Abraham Odom Sr (1705-1771) and Jeni Dunn (1710-1805) Married: 1st married unknown...

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