Genealogy Projects tagged with First Settlers on the Geni Family Tree

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  • First Settlers of Newbury, Massachusetts, 1635

    Bring your ancestor profiles on over! Must be set to "public." 6 May 1635 Quascacunquen is allowed by the Court to be a plantation ... and shall hereafter be called NEWBURY Background from , quoting from The League of Women Voters MASSACHUSETTS BAY COLONY In 1633, Thomas Parker and James Noyes, both nonconformist ministers, with a like-minded group of British subjects, decided t...

  • Settlers of Wisconsin

    I've been thinking about making this group for a long time, as I find early Wisconsin history fascinating. So I would like this project to be for anyone with an interest in early Wisconsin history, but of course other Wisconsin related information is welcome. I've digitized or have access to a number of resources created by the historical societies of LaCrosse, Buffalo, and Trempealeau coun...

  • First Settlers of Amesbury, Massachusetts, 1654

    There are 16 names shown on the monument. Please do not add any others right now! Golgotha burial ground Cemetery notes and/or description: Found on Rt. 110 (Macy St.),in Amesbury Massachusetts about a half a mile East. It is the first burial ground in Amesbury but there are no markers. Memorial to the First Settlers of Amesbury 1654 in Golgotha burial ground It is possible that some of...

  • First Settlers of Salisbury, Massachusetts, 1639

    Bring your ancestor profiles on over! Must be set to "public." Settlement of Salisbury From the "Records of Massachusetts," we find that, on petition of "Mr. Bradstreete, Mr. Dudley Jr., Capt. Dennison, Mr. Clarke of Newbury, Mr. Woodbridge, Mr. Battye (Batt), Mr. Batter, Mr. Winsley, Hen: Bilye, Giles Firman, Richard Kent, and John Sanders,"[1] permission "to begin a plantation at Merrimac...