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THOMAS EATON (Thomas, John) was a resident of Beausall in the parish of Hatton, Warwickshire, where he was a yeoman farmer. His property in Beausall was inherited from his father who had bought it outr...

3/10/2013 11/28/2019

The deceased was born in Philadelphia on July 21, 1815, and removed to Harrisburg with his parents when quite young. In that city he entered upon his education and graduated at Washington College, Penn...

11/24/2016 11/24/2016

Colonel Henry Peyton, of Prince William County MP (c.1730 - bef.1781)


Henry Peyton , son of Valentine Peyton (q. v.), was a burgess for Prince William county in the assemblies of 1756-1758 and 1758-1761; sheriff 1751; justice, 1754-1761; county lieutenant in 1755. His wi...

8/31/2008 11/22/2016

Capt. Edmund Goodenow MP (1611 - 1688)


. Edmond Goodenow was born on Apr. 11, 1610, England and died Apr. 5, 1688 in Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony.From Find A Grave Memorial# 29452588 Edmund, his wife Anne and sons Joh...

9/21/2007 7/13/2015

Humphrey Tugwell (1704 - 1775)

Humphrey Tugwell of Bradford-on-Avon (1704-1775)Humphrey Tugwell, born in 1704, was apprenticed to Matthew Smith of Bradford, Clothier, in 1720. He became a very successful clothier in his own right an...

8/8/2008 6/23/2015

Nicholas Barham MP (c.1450 - 1502)

SAC Vol26 pg93 SAC pg 130 note46 - Nicholas Berham was Churchwarden of Wadhurst during the incumbency of "Sir John Broun, preest vicar of the seid chirch" As appears by a Chancery suit (undated) a copy...

1/10/2008 6/19/2015