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Richard Smith, of Smith's Castle, RI MP (1630 - 1692)

iii. Richard. Born in 1630 in Thornbury, Gloucestershire, England. At the age of <1, Richard was baptized in Thornbury, Gloucestershire, England, in Dec 1630. Richard died in Wickf...

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John Robinson MP (1680 - 1712)

"Recollections of Olden Times; Rowland Robinson of Narragansett and His Unfortunate Daughter: With Genealoies of the Robinson, Hazard, and" by Thomas Robinson Hazard and Willis Pope Hazard Rowland Ro...

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John Porter, of Narragansett MP (1605 - 1674)

From John Porter was an early colonist in New England and a signer of the Portsmouth Compact, establishing the first government in what became the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations. H...

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Rowland Robinson MP (1654 - 1716)

"Recollections of Olden Times; Rowland Robinson of Narragansett and His Unfortunate Daughter: With Genealoies of the Robinson, Hazard, and" by Thomas Robinson Hazard and Willis Pope Hazard Rowland Ro...

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Wanton Casey (1760 - 1842)

DAR Ancestor #: A020398 from Casey Farm History When Silas Casey died in 1814, part of the farm transferred to his son, Wanton Casey. Wanton had fought in the Revolutionary War, eventually going to...

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Thomas Casey (1663 - 1719)

Thomas Casey (2) remained in Newport, where he inherited his fathers estate. Thomas Casey (2) and his wife, Rebecca, had sons, John and Edmund, and daughters, Rebecca and Sarah, born at Newport betwe...

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Thomas Casey (1636 - 1711)

Thomas Casey born: circa 1637 at IRE (162) died: 1711 at East Greenwich, Rhode Island Immigrated: 1658 Children Thomas b: 1663 Adam b: 1667 Samuel b: 1675 From Casey Family ...

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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 ...

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Hannah MacSparran (1704 - 1755)

Text by Malcolm A McSparron (dead link) "The couple, James and Hannah, each had portraits painted and these are now in the possesion of the Boston Museum of Art. when the MacSparrans were on another ...

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William Gardiner MP (c.1671 - 1732)

(III) William, son of Benoni and Mary Gardiner, was born at Boston Neck, Rhode Island, 1671, in Narragansett. He was known as William Junior to distinguish him from his uncle, William Gardiner, who cal...

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Abigail Robinson MP (1700 - 1772)

Abigail Gardiner Robinson Birth: 24 Sep 1700 in Point Judith, Kings Co. (now Washington Co.), Rhode Island, United States Death: 22 May 1772 in Point Judith, Kings Co. (now Washington Co.), Rhode I...

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Caleb Hazard (1697 - 1726)

Caleb Hazard Birth: Nov. 27, 1697, North Kingstown, Washington, Rhode Island Death: Jan. 25, 1726 Father: Colonel George Hazard Mother: Penelope Arnold Hazard. Marriage: 1719 Spouse: Abig...

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Sarah Gardiner (1744 - 1816)

§ 326. JOHN GARDINER, 5 (John, 4; William, 3; Benoni, 2; George, 1), was born in 1747, and died in October, 1808. He married, December 13, 1772, Sarah (see No. 468), a daughter of Captain Samuel...

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Col. John Gardiner MP (1747 - 1808)

DAR Ancestor #: A043804 John b. 1747.  Married Sarah Gardiner, daughter of Capt. Samuel Gardiner § 326. JOHN GARDINER, 5 (John, 4; William, 3; Benoni, 2; George, 1), was born in 1747,...

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Amos Gardiner MP (1729 - 1790)

§ 322. AMOS GARDINER, 5 (John, 4; William, 3; Benoni, 2; George, 1), was born March 27, 1729, and died in 1790. He married, October 10, 1751, Sarah Bill, a daughter of Captain Joshua, of South K...

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Mary Gardiner MP (c.1714 - 1774)

2nd wife of John Gardner (1696-1770). Married December 13,1739; she was of Jamaica, Long Island. She died April 24, 1774, "In the 60th year of her age." Mary, widow of John Gardiner, in her will of 1...

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John Gardiner, of Boston Neck MP (1696 - 1770)

John Gardner was born July 8, 1696, died July 7, 1770; lived at South Kings Town. He was a son of William and Abigail (Remington) Gardner. biography JOHN GARDINER, 4 (William, 3; Benoni, 2; George,...

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Peter Simons (b. - 1773)

Hannah Robinson born in 1746. married Peter Simons. Mrs. Simons died in 1773. Soon after her death Mr. Simons went to Europe, and never returned to America. Miss Robinson was celebrated for her beauty....

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Abigail Updike MP (1650 - 1745)

Children include Attorney General Daniel - 1757. Married Sarah Arnold, Austiss (sic) Jenkins Richard - Bef 1734. Married Hannah Eldred Alice. Married Matthew Cooper Sarah. Married Giles Godda...

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Daniel Updike, Esq. MP (1694 - 1757)

(III) Daniel Updike, son of Lodowick Updike, was born in 1694, died May 15, 1757. He lived in North Kings Town, Rhode Island. He married (first) in 1716, Sarah Arnold. He married (second) December 21, ...

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Capt. Lodowick Updike MP (1646 - 1736)

From Smith's Castle During the 18th century, large plantations dotted the Narragansett shoreline from Wickford south to Point Judith and west to Connecticut. Richard Smith, Jr. was one of the first o...

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William R. Robinson (1759 - 1804)

The children of Gov. William Robinson - eighth child of ROWLAND - by his first wife, Martha Potter, were: 1. Rowland, born in 1719; married Anstis Gardiner in 1741. "December 3, 1741, the bans being ...

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Mary Robinson (1752 - 1777)

The children of Gov. William Robinson - eighth child of ROWLAND - by his first wife, Martha Potter, were: 1. Rowland, born in 1719; married Anstis Gardiner in 1741. "December 3, 1741, the bans being ...

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Hannah Robinson MP (1746 - 1773)

ROWLAND ROBINSON AND HIS DAUGHTER 43 to protect them from his "most Christian Majesty's" land forces in Newport. In the year 1741 Rowland Robinson married Anstis Gar- diner, daughter of Col. John...

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Anstis Gardiner (1721 - 1785)

Anstis Gardiner b.23 MAR 1721 - sp.: Rowland Robinson: m. 31 DEC 1742 Children Of Rowland And Anstis (Gardiner) Robinson Hannah Robinson, was born May 10, 1746, and died in 1773. She married Pete...

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Lodowick Updike (1725 - 1804)

(IV)  Lodowick Updike, the first born of Daniel Updike, attorney-general of Rhode Island, and his second wife, Anstis (Jenkins) Updike, was born at Newport, R. I., in 1725, died in 1804. ...

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Hon. William Robinson MP (1692 - 1751)

William Robinson (26 January 1693 – 19 September 1751) was a deputy governor of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations. From Wikipedia Robinson first served in a civil capac...

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Rowland Robinson MP (1719 - 1806)

From Plantations in the North: The Narragansett Planters Rowland Robinson, a third-generation planter and slave holder, was one of the region's most successful planters. In 1700, his grandfather purc...

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