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Ann Short (Sewall) MP (1663 - 1706)

First Five children were born in England. Ann was the first child born in America.

Catherine Pynchon (Sewall) MP (deceased)

Charles Sewell (Sewall) MP (1685 - 1742)

named in his grandfather's will (Col WIlliam BUrgess). probably named after his father's stepfather, CHarles Lord Baltimore. src: Maryland Historical Magazine

Clement Sewall MP (deceased)

Hon. David Sewall MP (1735 - 1825)

Col. Dummer Sewall MP (1737 - 1833)

Eleanor Sewall (Brooke) MP (c.1684 - d.)

Some sources spell Elinor

Elizabeth Digges (Sewall) MP (1654 - 1710)

Elizabeth Sewall who married first Jesse Wharton and secondly William Digges. Links

Elizabeth Sewall (Walley) MP (1685 - 1756)

Hannah Tappan (Sewall) MP (1649 - 1694)

Hannah Sewall MP (1675 - d.)

Hannah Moody (Sewall) MP (1677 - 1728)

Hannah Quincy Sewall (Hull) MP (1658 - 1717)

Hanna Hull was the first of Samuel Sewall's three wives. She was the mother of all 14 of his children. Nathaniel Hawthorne relates in Grandfather's Chair that when Hull's daughter, Hannah, married the ...

Rev. Henry Sewall MP (c.1615 - 1700)

Irma Spellman Askey bless her heart helped establish this linkage by Col John Emery Adams from there I was able through research able to get to this point. We did it! Much research is still needed but ...

Henry Sewall, of Warwick & St. Mary's MP (c.1628 - c.1665)

Secretary of the Province of Maryland Henry Sewall who emigrated to Maryland in 1661, and became Secretary of Maryland. Henry married Jane Lowe and had children Ann, Elizabeth, Nicholas (Deputy Gov...

Jane Sewall (Dummer) MP (1628 - 1701)

from: Immigrated on the Bevis, arriving June 1638 with her parents Alice Archer and Stephen Dummer. She and her husband returned to England with her parents in 1647. They returned to England with s...

Jane Gerrish (Sewall) MP (1659 - 1717)

Jane Calvert (Sewall) MP (1664 - 1692)

Deacon John Sewall MP (1729 - d.)

Rev. Dr. Joseph Sewall MP (1688 - 1769)

Rev. Dr. Joseph Sewall was born on Aug. 15, 1688 in Boston. He was the son of Chief Justice Samuel E. Sewall and Hannah Hull. Joseph Sewall was baptised on Aug. 19, 1688 by Mr. Willard in the Old South...

Capt. Joseph Sewall MP (1731 - 1782)

Judith Cooper (Sewall) MP (1701 - 1740)

Lydia Sewall (Storer) MP (1693 - 1722)

Margaret Sewall (Mitchell) MP (1663 - 1736)

Died at the home of her son Samuel.

Maria Laure Key (Sewall) MP (1812 - 1897)

Mary Brent Key (Sewall) MP (c.1809 - 1831)

Mary Sewall (Parker) MP (deceased)

Mary Sewall (Dunning) MP (1739 - 1823)

Matilda Sewall (Horne) MP (1524 - d.)

Matilda Horne was the daughter of Reginald Horne of Pickesley and Margery Lee.2 Matilda Horne married William Sewall in 1540 or possibly earlier.3,4,5 Children of Matilda Horne and William Sewall ...

Mehitable Robie (Sewall) MP (1697 - 1722)

Mercy Sewall MP (1742 - 1812)

Miriam Sewall (Stone) MP (deceased)

Capt. Moses Sewall MP (1733 - 1816)

Phillipa Wainwright (Sewall) MP (c.1629 - 1669)

Judge Samuel Sewall MP (1652 - 1730)

Samuel Sewall was a Massachusetts magistrate of the Court of Oyer and Terminer. Five years after the Salem Witch Trials, Sewall publicly regretted his role in the trials, the only magistrate involved t...

Rev. Samuel Sewall MP (1688 - 1769)

Maj. Samuel Sewall MP (1724 - d.)

Sarah Sewall (Batchelder) MP (1697 - 1790)

Maj. Stephen Sewall MP (1657 - 1725)

Stephen Sewell came to New England with his mother Jane (Dummer) Sewall, brothers Samuel and John and sisters Hannah and Jane in 1661. Stephen’s father, {Rev} Henry Sewall, had returned to Massa...

Susanna Sewall (Carbery) MP (deceased)

Sewall (deceased)

Sewall (deceased)

"Diarist" Samuel Sewall (1674 - 1700)

The Diary of Samuel Sewall is at

1st Daughter Sewall (deceased)

Abid Fairchild Sewall (deceased)

Abigail Sewall (Titcombe) (1718 - 1797)

Abigail Sewall (Trask) (1762 - 1843)

Abigail Sewall (Tilly or Woodmansey) (b. - c.1719)

Abigail Phenix (Sewall) (1650 - 1718)

Adelyn Elenore Sewall (1921 - d.)

Adelyn Sewall (Stoyell) (1874 - d.)

Albert Defiance Sewall (1860 - 1931)

Alexandra Sewall (deceased)

Alice Bethia Sewall (Mackenzie) (1893 - 1920)

Alice Archer Sewall (1870 - 1950)

Alice Worcester Sewall (1842 - 1933)

Amee Sewall (Dunbar) (1752 - d.)

Amelia Mildred Sewall (Gilmer) (1820 - 1894)

Andrew Jackson Sewall (deceased)

Ann Silverman Ehrlich Sewall (1915 - d.)

Anna Sewall (White) (deceased)

Anna Sewall (c.1824 - 1884)

Anna Maria Rudulph Sewall (c.1792 - c.1856)

Anne Sewall (deceased)

Anne Mason (Sewall) (1634 - 1705)

Anne M Sewall (Pinkney) (deceased)

Anne Power (Sewall) (1594 - c.1633)

Arthur Sewall (1835 - 1900)

William J. Bryan's running mate of the Presidency in 1896. Politician. Served as a Member of the Democratic National Committee from Maine from 1888-1896, and Democratic Candidate for Vice President o...

Arthur Sewall (deceased)

Ashe Sewall (deceased)

Basil Sewall (c.1750 - c.1801)

Shipbuilder, e.g. schooner Liberty (see 1770 Admiralty Court record, Annapolis MD).

Beatrice Jackson (Sewall) (1940 - d.)

Beatrice Sewall (Kleiman) (deceased)

Bertha Ethyl Sewall (Stone) (1888 - 1979)

Betty Lou Moreton (Sewall) (1919 - d.)

Blanche A. Sewall (c.1869 - d.)

Bridget Sewall (Lyndsey) (deceased)

Camilla Loyall Sewall (Ashe) (deceased)

Oudada (1903 - 1973)

Capt. Edward Robinson Sewall (c.1863 - d.)

Capt. Joseph Sewall (1731 - 1782)

Caroline Sewall Oliver (1818 - 1898)

Caroline G Manley (Sewall) (1818 - 1909)

Catherine W Sewall (c.1842 - d.)

Charles A. Sewall (1807 - d.)

Charles Sewall (deceased)

Charles Hull SEWALL (1913 - 1993)

Clara Perley Sewall (1874 - d.)

Clement Tower Sewall (deceased)

Clement Sewall (1757 - 1829)

Clifford Horace Sewall (1890 - 1958)

David Sewall (deceased)

David Sewall (1932 - 2004)

Attended Bowdoin College.

David Sewall (deceased)

Deborah Sewall (1776 - d.)

Dorothea Marie Sewall (Tait) (c.1901 - 1994)

Dorothy May (Sewall) (c.1758 - c.1825)

Dorothy Northend (Sewall) (deceased)

Dorothy Boarman (Sewall) (b. - 1814)

Edna Sewall (deceased)