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Randall Huet, I (c.1607 - 1669)

Randall Huet Emigrated from England to Lynn, Massachusetts in 1638. Helped settle Gravesend, Long Island. Burns quotes from History of Monmouth and Ocean Counties (Edwin Salter, 1890): "Randall...

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Hon. William Collier, of London & Duxbury MP (c.1585 - 1670)

Added by Elwin Nickerson II about my Great Grandfather: William Collier - Merchant of London- Arrived on the "Mary and Jane" in 1633-Came to Plymouth Colony with 4 Daughters- Wife Jane Did not Arrive...

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Mr. John Doane, Deacon MP (1592 - 1685)

John Doane (c.1590 - 1685/6) arrived in Plymouth Colony on an unknown ship sometime between 1628 and 1632. During his long life he is considered a person of note in Plymouth Colony serving in many gove...

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Thomas Lombard MP (1581 - c.1663)

No. 55 Library of Cape Cod History and Genealogy, Eastham and Orleans Historical Papers by Josiah Paine of Harwich, C.W. Swift Publishers, Yarmouthport 1914 "Thomas Lumbert, the ancester came over ...

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Catherine Gedney MP (1608 - 1678)

5 children born at Salem, Essex, Massachusetts "elder son" died before 15 March 1677. Probably unmarried / no children. Bethiah (1638-bef 1677). Married Joseph Hutchinson. NB: this could be Bethi...

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John Gedney, of Salem MP (c.1603 - 1688)

JOHN GEDNEY was born about 1603 in England and died August 5, 1688 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. He married 1) SARAH BARTHOLOMEW. She was born about 1612 in England and died about 1637 either ...

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Francis Sprague, of Duxbury MP (1590 - 1676)

Francis Sprague Birth: 1598/99 - London, England Death: From 1675 To 1676 - Duxbury, Plymouth County, MA Parents: unknown Wife: Lydia or Ann Sprague Children: Ann(Anna) Lawrence (born Sprag...

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Barent Adamse Vrooman MP (1679 - 1746)

He was carried off by the Indians to Canada in the Schenectady Massacre of 1690. In 1697 his father Adam went to Canada with an embassy to try to obtain his release. Barent Vrooman was by trade a car...

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Mary Postlethwaite (1773 - 1811)

Mary Scott died June 6, 1811. She was the daughter of Ky Governor Charles Scott    Notes From Wikipedia - Governor Charles Scott of Kentucky "Tragedy marred Scott's political rise...

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Capt. John Postlethwait (1769 - 1833)

John Postlethwaite arrived in Lexington in 1790 from Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Tavern "On Main Street corner of Limestone, lately occupied by Joshua Wilson, now in charge of Mr. John Postlethwaite. "...

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Christian Madsen MP (1844 - 1921)

According to my mother, Christian Madsen came to the US from Denmark in 1853 with friends of his parents who were given a sum of $500 to care for the 9 year old boy in the new world. Supposedly, they a...

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Andrew Job, Jr. (1650 - 1722)

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John Fiske, of Wenham MP (1627 - 1688)

John Fiske christened: 13 May 1627 in Wingfield, Suffolk, England died: Oct 1683 in Wenham, Essex, Massachusetts Parents: Phineas Fiske Wife: Remember Gott Biography From Historic Homes...

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John Hovey (1684 - 1714)

John Hovey was born in Hadley, Massachusetts on August 21, 1684. He was a resident of Cambridge, Massachusetts at an early age and worked as a baker. On April 1, 1709, John bought from his brother Jose...

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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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Henry Grubb, III MP (1653 - 1706)

Henry Grubb – Came to America with John. Henry’s birth date is unknown, but he was probably slightly younger than John. Henry Grubb operated the first tavern in Burlington. The proper...

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John Gadsby (1766 - 1844)

John owned a tavern in Alexandria, Virginia, from 1796 until 1808. The tavern had been built in 1785 on Royal and Cameron Streets. It became known as the City Hotel during John's tenure there. In Jul...

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Daniel Grinnell (1635 - 1703)

Born March 4, 1635/36. He resided in 1656 at Portsmouth, RI. He resided in 1687 at Little Compton, RI. He died after 1703 at Little Compton, RI.

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Col. Ebenezer Grosvenor, Jr. (1713 - 1793)

EBENEZER17 GROSVENOR, JR. COL. (EBENEZER16, JOHN15, WILLIAM14 GRAVENOR, GENT, WILLIAM13 GRAVENER, GENT, RICHARD12 GRAVENOR, WILLIAM11, ROWLAND10, WILLIAM9, JOHN8, JOHN7, HENRY6, THOMAS5, RICHARD4, RICH...

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Samuel Hamilton (1749 - 1807)

Samuel Hamilton was one of the Maryland 400 in the Revolutionary War. By 1787 he had moved his family to Montgomery County, Maryland where he was a tavern keeper. from:

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William P. Snowden (1825 - 1909)

On August 5, 1854, " ... a man named William P. Snowden and his good wife rowed across the Missouri from a place called Kanesville and became the first permanent white settlers of the fur-trading post ...

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Rachel Snowden (1831 - 1898)

The Rachel Snowden Corral , a non profit "dedicated to fun and scholarship related to the American West," is named for the first woman pioneer of Omaha, Nebraska - Rachel Snowden . Rachel Snowden ...

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J. Jacob Phifer (1757 - 1846)

Jacob Phifer moved to Knox County, Ohio in 1818. He owned and operated an inn in what is now the village of Jelloway, Knox County, Ohio. The inn was an important stage stop on the route between Clevela...

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John Thomas West, Sr. (1690 - 1776)

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Mary Coleman (1696 - 1750)

•Name: Mary Crow •Sex: F •Birth: ABT 1695 in Hanover County, Virginia •Death: 1747 in Rockingham County, North Carolina Marriage 1 Spilsbe Coleman b: ABT 1692 Chil...

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Robert Spilsbe Coleman (c.1717 - 1761)

ROBERT SPILSBE COLEMAN d. Will Probated 19 May 1761 \(WB 11, p. 304, Essex Co. Records\) m. Sarah Whitehead (d. by 20 Dec 1762; son-in-law, John Richards, gave bond as her administrator) 21 Sept ...

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Spilsbe Coleman (c.1692 - 1727)

SPILSBE COLEMAN b. ca. 1692 Essex Co. VA d. intestate before 21 Sept 1727 \(Essex Co. WB 4, p. 242) m. before 30 Nov 1715 Mary Crow Mary was a daughter of John and Elizabeth Crow. John’s...

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Brig. General Jethro Sumner (Continental Army) (1733 - 1785)

Jethro Exum Sumner (1733 – 18 March 1785) was a brigadier general in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. Sumner's military service began in the French and Indian War, b...

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John Howard MP (c.1624 - 1701)

John Howard was the son of James Howard and Mary Cooper. John came from England to Duxbury, Massachusetts, at age 15. He was born in 1628 in Sandwich, Kent County, England, and died in 1700 in Bridgewa...

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Capt. Robert Coleman MP (1656 - 1713)

Robert was employed as Ordinary operator and Sheriff. Scots Arms Tavern: Birth location also reported as Rappahannock, Essex, Virginia. Referred to as Captain. ------------------- ROBERT COLE...

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Capt. George Drake MP (1650 - 1710)

Capt. George Drake Birth 1650 (app) Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., N.H. 1 Death Oct 1710 (age 59-60) Piscataway, Middlesex Co. N.J. 1 Father: Capt Francis Drake (1615?-1687) Mother: Mary Walker ...

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John (1593-1678) Mills, II (c.1593 - 1678)

From Mass. Bay First Settlers/Winthrop Society: John MILLS Came to New England 1630, with the Winthrop fleet Freeman of MBC, Mar 1631/32 Occupation, Innkeeper ------------------------------...

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John Terrell, of Pamunkey Neck MP (1707 - 1787)

John Terrell birth: 1707, Pamunkey Neck, New Kent, Virginia death: 1785 Franklin, North Carolina, United States Father:  William Terrell (1659 - 1744) Mother:  Martha Waters (ab...

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Richard Dietrich Loucks, U.E.L. (1740 - 1816)

Also known as Richard (?). From St. Lawrence Development Commission "...Richard for some reason did not join the King's standard, but remained in Stone Arabia where he kept a store and tavern. Patr...

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John Adam Loucks MP (1715 - 1790)

General Notes: First marriage record in Stone Arabia Churchbook ......................................................... From FTM #8806-"John Adam was baptized on Jan 24,1716 in Schoharie, by Rev....

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George Norton, of Ipswich MP (c.1609 - 1659)

George Norton, b. 1609, Dean Bedford, England Unknown Origin yDNA -- R1b1a2                           �...

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Nathan Edwards (1708 - 1784)

Nathan Edwards Birth: 1708 Death: Between Oct 15 1784 and June 1 1785 - Middletown Twp., Chester Co., PA Parents: John Edwards, Mary Ingram Wife: Susanna Children: John Edwards, Susanna Wil...

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Ichabod Robinson (1713 - 1756)

Ichabod Robinson Birth: Sep 2 1713 - Newton, Massachusetts Death: May 29 1756 - Milford, Worcester, Massachusetts Parents: William Robinson, Elizabeth Wife: Ruth Merriam Wife: Sarah Myrick ...

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William Newland, of Sandwich MP (1612 - 1694)

William Newland Birth: about 1612, Bridgewater, Somerset, England Death: April 1694, Sandwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts Parents: William Newland & Agnes Greenway Siblings: John Newland, of ...

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John Miles, Sr. MP (1644 - 1704)

The drawing to the left depicts the old tavern as it likely looked at the time that John Harriman’s son-in-law, John Miles, ran the tavern starting in 1703, and from that point the place was kno...

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John Norman, Sr. (c.1606 - 1672)

From: Human nature writ large by Alicia Crane Williams For me, the whole point of genealogy is the challenge of reconstructing families and providing them with context. Not just names, dates and ...

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William Wardwell MP (1605 - 1670)

William Wardwell chr.4 Jan 1606/07 Alford, Lincolnshire, England d.bet 18 Apr 1670 and 25 Apr 1670 Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States ================ 'The Greene family and it...

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Daniel Rindge, Sr. MP (c.1620 - 1661)

Daniel Rindge married Mary Kinsman, daughter of Robert Kingsman, circa 1647. Daniel Rindge died before 25 March 1662 at Ipswich, Essex, MA. their children Mary, *Daniel, *Roger, *Susanna, **Isaac...

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Abraham Perkins, Sr. MP (1603 - 1683)

son of Isaac Perkins (b 1572) of Ipswich & his 2nd wife Alice. From: Find A Grave Memorial# 98819259 Abraham PERKINS Birth:  Jan. 28, 1608 in Warwickshire, England Death:  Aug. ...

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Hugh March MP (c.1618 - 1693)

Hugh March is considered progenitor of a large part of the March family in the United States; he was an early settler of Newbury, Essex, Mass. Tradition says that he came from Newbury, England. He sail...

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Sgt. Daniel Goodwin of Kittery MP (1620 - 1713)

1. DANIEL1 GOODWIN, died before 1713, married first 1654, MARGARET SPENCER, daughter of Thomas and Patience (Chadbourne) Spencer of Berwick, Maine; married second Mrs. SARAH (SANDERS) TURBET, widow of ...

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Ensign John Gattensby MP (1623 - 1671)

Ens. John Gattensby, Kittery. In Sept. 1661 he won suit against Francis Raynes of York for withholding a yr. of his time, and some stock. John Gattensby was licensed to keep an ordinary at "Newgewana...

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Thomas Spencer, of Maine MP (c.1596 - 1681)

Thomas Spencer Birth: abt 1596- Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, England Death: Dec 15 1681 - Berwick, York, Maine, USA Parents: unknown Wife: Patience Chadbourne summary He was a tavern ...

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Patience Spencer MP (1612 - 1683)

Widow Spencer kept an inn at Saco, 1662. From Chadbourne.org: 2. PATIENCE2 CHADBOURNE (1. William1), baptized Tamworth, Warwickshire, England 8 Nov 1612; died York Co ME (probably Berwick) 7 Nov 16...

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Deacon Samuel Walker, Sr. MP (c.1616 - 1684)

Samuel Walker, Capt. Birth: ABT 1615 in England Death: 6 NOV 1684 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts Parents: unknown Immigration: 12 JUL 1637 Massachusetts Bay Colony Occupation: a malt...

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Capt. Benjamin Bunker (c.1677 - 1735)

"Ab. Bunker was Abigail, widow of Captain Benjamin Bunker, the innkeeper. She was a daughter of John and Anna (Carter) Fowle, the tanner." Citations Samuel Phipps: An early resident of Somerville...

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Rev. Anthony Thacher MP (1593 - 1667)

Yarmouth on Cape Cod is one of the most beautiful towns on the Cape, and at one time included not only the present Yarmouth but also Dennis, which was made a separate township in 1794. The First Church...

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William Newland, of Kent & Sandwich MP (c.1580 - 1648)

William Newland b. 1579, Canterbury, Kent County, England d. 19 May 1648, Sandwich, Plymouth County, MA  (Age 69 years)  Family Mostly from Married about 1606 in England...

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Jean (John) Marot (1676 - 1717)

Operated an ordinary in Williamsburg, Virginia.

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Col. Philip Ludwell (1716 - 1767)

Owner of the Red Lion Inn in Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia. The property was part of his estate and passed to his daughter, Lucy Paradise. from: Colonial Williamsburg Official Guidebook, 1979

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John Plumbe, of Wethersfield & New London MP (c.1634 - 1696)

From: Born: 1634 in Inworth, Essex, England Son of: George (1) Plume and Grace Plumbe Brother: of Timothy Plume Husband of: Sarah Cornwell — married [date unknown] [location unknown] ...

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Col. Thomas Westbrook MP (c.1676 - 1744)

Colonel Thomas Westbrook (1675-1743/1744) was a military figure in colonial America. The City of Westbrook, Maine is named after him. Thomas Westbrook's varied career included the role of senior New En...

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Walter Peake (c.1609 - 1668)

PEAKE (PAKES), WALTER (ca. 1609-1668). BORN. ca. 1609, probably in England. IMMIGRATED: in 1646 as a free adult with his wife and son from Virginia. RESIDED: in St. Mary's County. MARRIED Fra...

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Josiah Chowning (deceased)

Josiah Chowning was a tavern keeper in Williamsburg, Virginia.

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Garrett van Swearingen MP (1636 - 1698)

"The father of the family went by the name of 'Monsieur' Garret VanSweringen. He was the former Sheriff of the Dutch Colony on the Delaware, who had publicly broken his sword against his knees after th...

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William Stone of Guilford MP (1608 - 1683)

William Stone was born about 1608 at Hereford, near Guilford, Surrey, England. He was in Hertfordshire about 1610. William and his brother John came to this country with Rev. Henry Whitfield's first co...

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Ens. Moses Stout MP (1750 - 1833)

DAR Ancestor #: A110729 Notes From The Sourlands Van Lieu's Corner was located on what is now Wertsville Road, just west of Rileyville Road. It was formerly called Quick's Corner and had a tavern...

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Cyprian Stevens MP (1647 - 1725)

Links Cyprian Stevens was born Nov. 13, 1647 in London, Greater London, England and died 1720 in Lancaster, Worcester, Massachusetts He was born in England, probably London, though his fami...

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John Crawford, Gent. MP (c.1618 - c.1693)

John CRAWFORD , Gent. (Patrick CRAUFORD , 12th Laird of Auchinames7, William CRAUFORD , 11th Laird of Auchinames6, Margaret FRASER , Lady of Auchinames5, Margaret STUART , Lady of Knockie4, Sir John ST...

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John Cann, Sr. (c.1645 - 1694)

From: The Flagon and Trencher - Colonial Tavernkeepers, Volume IV John Cann 1645-1694 Innkeeper, New Castle, Delaware John Cann was born 1635-1645 in Bristol, England; died in Philadelphia, Pa. 2...

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John Harriman, of New Haven MP (1620 - 1683)

Birth:  1620, Uldale, Cumbria, England Death:  Nov. 21, 1683 New Haven New Haven County Connecticut, US Parents: unknown Wife: Elizabeth John and Leonard Harriman, (brothers,) Y...

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Elizabeth Harriman, of New Haven MP (1625 - 1680)

Elizabeth married John Harriman about 1645. In 1648, they kept an "ordinary" (inn) in the mansion originally built by Dep. Gov. Goodyear in New Haven, which was operated by their sons until 1690. Lin...

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Stukely Westcott MP (c.1592 - 1677)

1635, June 24- Arrived at Salem, MA. 1636- Freeman at Salem, MA. 1638, October 8- One of original 13 proprieters of Providence, RI. Roger Williams (Founder of RI) deeded him and the others land tha...

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Ann Anderson MP (c.1705 - c.1758)

Birth also seen as 1682 England. From: The following information was provided by Alex Thompson: In 1970, Clare Engstrom compiled early Orange County data pertaining John, his widow and children. ...

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William "Kent" Frampton MP (c.1650 - 1686)

William Frampton was very active in the Quaker Church and there are many records of meetings he attended and what took place at these meetings. He was a friend of William Penn, and purchased a lot of...

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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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Joshua Rea, of Salem MP (c.1627 - 1701)

Joshua REA [Parents] 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 was born 1627 in , , Scotland. He died after 1 Jan 1701. Joshua married Sarah WATERS on 26 Feb 1652 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts. Sarah WATERS�...

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Sgt. Nathaniel Stow (1675 - 1727)

Nathaniel Stow owned a malt house so he was probably a brewer. from:

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John Blair (1689 - 1771)

John Blair, I was an acting royal governor of the colony of Virginia in 1768. For a short time, he owned the Raleigh Tavern in Williamsburg, Virginia. His son, Jonn Blair, Jr., was an Associate Justi...

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Thomas Hichborn, II MP (1676 - 1731)

1673-1731 joiner/boatbuilder From A True Republican: The Life of Paul Revere. By Jayne E. Triber. Page 9 "Deborah's father, Thomas, a joiner by trade, was also licensed to sell liquor from his hous...

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Martin "Ruffled Shirt" Hardin, II (c.1716 - c.1779)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for Virginia with the rank of Private. DAR Ancestor #: A050293 Martin "Ruffled Shirt" Hardin Birth Abt 1716 Prince William county, Virginia, U.S.A. Fi...

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Rev. Robert Campbell (1741 - 1817)

Reverend and Mrs. Campbell were very early settlers of Campbelltown, New York, coming from Newton, Connecticut and Stillwater, New York. Reverend Campbell was a chaplain in the colonial forces under Ge...

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John Worth MP (1666 - 1732)

Went to Edgartown, Martha's vineyard about 1700, and lived there until his death in 1732. He was a prominent and respected citizen and an innkeeper, and in 1713 was appointed Assoc. Justice of the Coun...

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Hugh Gunnison (1610 - 1658)

A genealogy of the descendants of Hugh Gunnison of Boston, Mass., covering the period from 1610-1876. One hundred and twenty-seven families bearing the name of Gunnison; one thousand five hundred of hi...

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Lieut. George Ingersoll (1618 - 1694)

died 1694 children George and Samuel. Genealogical and personal memoirs relating to the families of the ..., Volume 4 By William Richard Cutter, William Frederick Adams PG.2631-2633

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John Simmons, of Duxbury MP (c.1644 - 1716)

iv JOHN, b. say 1644; m. Duxbury 16 November 1669 Mercy Pabodie. Moses Simmons, who came on the Fortune in 1621, named his son John in his will of 17 June 1689 (Plymouth Co PR, #18,375, 1:106; MD, 31...

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William Barstow MP (c.1612 - 1666)

WILLIAM5 BARSTOW (MATTHEW4, MATHEW3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1612 in Parish Shelf, Near Halifax, Co.York, Yorkshire, England, and died 01 Jan 1669 in Scituate, MA, USA. He married HANNAH (ANNA) HUBBA...

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Capt. John Somes (c.1745 - 1816)

John Somes was born in Gloucester in 1745, a son of Abraham and Martha (Emerson) Somes. He served as commander of the privateer Swallow during the Revolutionary War, was the first president of the Glou...

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Robert Ashley (1620 - 1682)

From "Pioneers of Massachusetts 1636-1736" by Pope, pg.231.. "Robert Ashley, proprietor of Springfield, Mass., town officer and keeper of an ordinary (tavern)...” Full text of "The Ashley gene...

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John Langdon (c.1650 - 1732)

1. John1 Langdon, in the year 1672, lay sick in the Island of Barbadoes. Thinking, perhaps, that his end was near, he executed a will, bequeathing to his brother, Philip Langdon, of Boston, all his pro...

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Philip Langdon (deceased)

1. Philip1 Langdon, who was also a mariner, and whose old oaken sea chest is still in the possession of his descendants, died Dec. 11, 1697. Mary, his wife, died Feb. 14, 1716. They had the following c...

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Joseph Moulton (c.1653 - 1692)

Owned the Moulton Tavern in York, ME.

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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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Dr. David Stewart Craig (1776 - 1865)

Dr. David Stewart Craig became the owner of Merchants and Drovers Tavern, originally operated by his father-in-law.

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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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Thomas Low, of Ipswich MP (1605 - 1677)

Birth: 1605 - England Death: Sep 8 1677 - Chebacco, Ipswich, Massachusetts. Wife: Margaret Todd; Susannah Stone, widow of Henry Kimball Children: Margaret Low, Thomas Low, John Low, Sarah Low ...

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Eleanor (Elizabeth) Shelton MP (c.1706 - c.1777)

from For almost two centuries the Tavern provided meals and lodging to those having business before the Hanover County courts. The Tavern served as post office for the area from the 1790s until 191...

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William Parks, Colonial printer MP (1685 - 1750)

"William Parks might be the most astonished person of all to learn that his “Virginia Gazette” survives intact nearly 270 years after he published the first four-page edition on Aug. 6, 1...

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Patrick Henry, Sr. MP (1736 - 1799)

DAR Ancestor #: A053828 Patrick Henry (May 29, 1736 - June 6, 1799)[1] served as the first and sixth post-colonial Governor of Virginia from 1776 to 1779 and subsequently, from 1784 to 1786. A promin...

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William Bassett, of Sandwich MP (1624 - 1670)

n.b. This is NOT the William Bassett of Lynn, MA, and is NOT the William Bassett who married Sarah Burt. That William Bassett was born 1621 and his parents were Roger Bassett (1589) and Ann Holland (16...

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Nathaniel Rust, Sr. MP (1671 - 1762)

Nathaniel Rust Birth: Nov 17 1671 - Northampton, Hampshire, MA Parents: Israel Rust, Rebecca Clark Wife: Mary (or Mercy) Atchison, widow Mary Rose The first house in Coventry, CT was said t...

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Thomas Gardner, Gov of Cape Ann Colony MP (1591 - 1674)

Thomas Gardner , planter, (c. 1592 – 1674) was an Overseer of the "old planters" party of the Dorchester Company who landed in 1624 on the ship Charity or the ship Zouch Phoenix at Cape Ann , to...

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John McIntyre (c.1724 - 1796)

From annals of Warrren, Maine On the 13th November, 1770, Capt. Thomas Kilpatrick, who had commanded the militia of the upper plantation during the late war,[...], died at the age of 77 years. [...] ...

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Edward Sturgis MP (c.1613 - 1695)

The Sturgis family can be traced back five generations past Philip Sturgis to William de Turges who received grants of land from Edward I, King of England, in the village of Turges, county of Northampt...

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