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Rev. John Wiswall, SPG MP (1731 - 1821)

"John Wiswell"

biography Collections of the Nova Scotia Historical Society, Volumes 11-13 ; By Nova Scotia Historical Society, Halifax After many trials, Rev. Wiswall established a congregation in Wilmot Township...

7/3/2016 7/3/2016

David "Father" Nitschmann, Sr. (1676 - 1758)

""Father""

David Nitschmann der Wagner, or David "Father" Nitschmann, Sr., (1676, Zauchtenthal/Suchdol nad Odrou - 1758, Pennsylvania) was a Czech-born Moravian missionary and carpenter. origins From Feast of...

11/20/2015 6/24/2016

Rev John Thomason (c.1640 - 1677)

3/5/2011 6/18/2016

William Linn (1752 - 1808)

from: Wikipedia The Reverend William Linn (February 27, 1752 – January 8, 1808) was the second President of Queen's College (now Rutgers University), serving in a pro tempore capacity from 179...

8/28/2014 6/17/2016

Rev. Thomas Lathrop MP (1612 - 1707)

"Lothropp"

Reverend Thomas Lothrop emigrated to America with his father, Rev. John Lathrop, probably on the Griffin in 1634. His mother had just died and his father had just been released from prison for being ...

2/1/2007 6/12/2016

Reverend John Williamson (1690 - 1760)

6/12/2007 6/8/2016

Rev. Christian K. Herr MP (1680 - 1749)

A Bishop of the Mennonite faith. ---------------------------------- The book entitled, The Herrs, by Mabel Burkholder, was written through the eyes of this Christian Herr. He and his wife Anna buil...

9/28/2007 6/6/2016

Rev. Thomas Johnston (1742 - 1817)

"Johnstone"

6/20/2008 5/26/2016

Rev. Matthias Burnett (1723 - 1783)

"Matthias Burnet"

Served in the American Revolutionary War.

2/26/2007 5/21/2016

Thomas Perkins, Reverend / Deacon MP (1616 - 1686)

"Deacon Thomas Immigrant Perkins", "Thomas Perkins"

John11 Perkins, Sr. (Henry10, Thomas9, Henry8, Thomas7, William6, Thomas5, William4, John3, Henry2, Pierre1 de Morlaix) was born Bef. 23 December 1583 in Hillmorton, co. Warwick, England, and died 26...

5/25/2007 5/11/2016

Rev. John Knox (c.1722 - 1777)

9/8/2007 4/29/2016

Samuel Hubbard MP (1610 - 1689)

Rev Samuel Hubbard Find A Grave Memorial# 57058907 Hubbard Lot, Defunct , Middletown, Newport County, Rhode Island, USA Also known as: Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Middletown #56 Samuel b. ...

4/4/2007 4/27/2016

Stephen Mumford MP (c.1670 - 1707)

The study of the Scriptures in America brought Samuel and Tacy Hubbard to the Baptist principle of believer’s baptism in 1647, and membership in the First Baptist Church of Newport, Rhode Island...

9/17/2008 4/27/2016

Rev. Ephraim Hewett MP (1604 - 1644)

"Huit"

LDS "England, Cheshire Parish Registers, 1538-2000" shows m. Ephraim Huett and Isabell Overton 22 Apr 1622 Tarvin, Cheshire, England, not 3/9/1629. Ephraim is from a different family of Huits not con...

3/23/2008 4/25/2016

Rev. Edward Holyoke MP (1585 - 1660)

New England families, genealogical and memorial: a record of the achievements of her people in the making of commonwealths and the founding of a nation By William Richard Cutter Published by Lewis hi...

7/7/2007 4/17/2016

Rev. John Emmett (1770 - d.)

Came to Ohio from Virginia to claim a land grant for his services in the Revolutionary War. John had been a farmer, trapper, and Methodist circuit rider.

8/25/2011 4/17/2016

• an "approved minister" William Walton was born in Byberry Parish, Gloucestershire, England about 1662. His parents were William Walton and Alice Martin. He came to America with his t...

4/21/2007 4/3/2016

Rev. Daniel Bliss (c.1715 - 1764)

The Rev. Daniel Bliss of Concord, Massachusetts, was born June 21, 1715 at Springfield, Massachusetts. He graduated from Yale College in 1732, was ordained March 7th, 1739, and was pastor of the Congre...

11/8/2007 3/30/2016

Rev. Enoch Hale (1753 - 1837)

Enoch graduated Yale 1773.

10/31/2008 3/29/2016

Francis Graves, rector of Hungar's Parish MP (c.1630 - 1691)

"Francis NOT the son of this Thomas Graves"

Disproved by DNA testing: Francis Graves was NOT the son of Captain Thomas Graves. He was one of the Original Residents of the Jamestown Colony. According to The Diary of Robert Rose, p. 320, Francis...

5/12/2008 3/24/2016

"Parker, together with his cousin Rev. James Noyes, his nephew Rev. John Woodbridge, and some others, obtained leave of the general court to remove to Quascacunquen at the mouth of the Merrimack River,...

3/18/2016 3/18/2016

A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA. DAR Ancestor # A114332 PARSON JOHN TODD of LOUISA COUNTY and his FAMILY Robert Todd's eldest son, John, was born in County Armagh in 17 19 and cam...

5/13/2007 3/17/2016

Rev. Samuel Davies, The Apostle to Virginia MP (1723 - 1761)

"Thomas", "Davis"

One of the leaders of the Second Great Awakening. One of the great public orators of generation. Patrick Henry, also from Hanover, remembers hearing his sermons frequently when growing up, and acknow...

2/12/2009 3/17/2016

Rev. William Schenck MP (1740 - 1823)

...his grandfather, Rev. William Schenck, was born at Monmouth, N. J., in 1740, graduated at Princeton College and studied for the ministry under Dr. Dennant; he preached seven years at Freehold, N. J....

12/9/2009 3/14/2016

Rev. Jesse Vawter MP (1755 - 1838)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for Virginia with the rank of Private. DAR Ancestor # A118384 Jesse was the son of David Vawter and Mary Offill. He married Elizabeth Watts on Mar. 29, 1781 in Cu...

7/16/2007 3/4/2016

Reverend James Fitch MP (1622 - 1702)

Birth: Dec. 24, 1622, England Death: Nov. 18, 1702 Lebanon New London County Connecticut, USA Founding settler of Norwich and Saybrook, Connecticut. Rev. James Fitch was the first ordained minister o...

9/18/2010 3/1/2016

Alexander Chambers (1756 - 1851)

Alexander fought in the Revolution, and was a Baptist preacher, traveling to several states, before finally settling in Jefferson Co., Indiana.

2/24/2016 2/24/2016

Rev. Ira Condict (1764 - 1811)

Ira graduated from the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) with a Bachelor of Arts in 1784. After being ordained in 1785 by the Reverend John Witherspoon (then President of the College o...

9/7/2009 2/22/2016

Abiel Abbott (1770 - 1828)

Abiel Abbot was a prominent clergyman. He was born to John and Abigail Abbot in Andover, Massachusetts. In 1783 he went on to study at Harvard University. President Adams was one of his classmates. In ...

8/26/2011 2/22/2016

Rev. John Stark MP (1717 - 1781)

John Stark* (1717 - 1781) & Hannah Eaves (About 1721 - )

6/12/2008 2/22/2016

Rev. Richard Mansfield (1723 - 1820)

Rev. Mansfield completed the longest Episcopalian pastorate in our country's history, seventy-two years, encompassing the colonial, revolutionary and federal periods. Rev. Mansfield remained loyal to...

12/3/2008 2/18/2016

Rev. Daniel Humphreys MP (b. - 1787)

Rev. Daniel Humphreys d. September 2, 1787 Wife Sarah Riggs Bowers Dec. 17, 1710-1787 Children: Daniel May 13, 1740 John Jan. 3, 1744 Elijah Apr. 27, 1746 Sarah July 20, 1748 General Da...

1/18/2011 2/18/2016

Rev. Daniel Sturges (c.1735 - 1812)

"Sturgis", "Sturgiss"

5/8/2007 1/25/2016

Rev. Peter Hitt, Jr. (1725 - 1802)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA. DAR Ancestor #: A055718 Peter Hitt and Sarah James Our ancestor, Peter Hitt married Sarah James April 27, 1759. Sarah was born in about 1740, the da...

3/1/2008 1/25/2016

John Durbin, Sr. (1734 - 1797)

John "traveling preacher", son of Samuel Durbin and Ann Logsdon. John Durbin, according to James Virden of Versailles, Ohio, was t he first Durbin in Kentucky, arriving with Daniel Boone in 1775, and w...

2/11/2007 1/15/2016

Rev. John Fiske (c.1645 - d.)

First minister in Chelmsford, Massachusetts.

1/5/2011 1/11/2016

Rev. Johann Heinrich Haeger MP (1644 - 1737)

from Hager - 4th generation Johann Heinrich Haeger (Heger), clergymen and scholar, B 27 Aug 1644 Anzhausen (christened at Netphen), D 1 Jan 1737/38 Germantown, Prince William (now Fauquier) County,...

2/11/2009 1/7/2016

Rev. William Hammon (c.1713 - 1794)

"Hammon"

Listed as first minister of Old Roaring River Baptist Church in Wilkes County, North Carolina. Children: Ambrose, Benjamin, Sarah, Drusella. * Updated from MyHeritage Match via wife Sarah Hammons (bo...

9/4/2008 1/6/2016

Rev. Samuel Whitman MP (1677 - 1751)

Rev. Samuel WHITMAN. Born in 1677. Samuel died on 31 Jul 1751, he was 74. Education: Graduated Harvard in 1696. Was said to have been a tutor at Harvard for a short time. He was employed as a teacher...

7/11/2008 12/30/2015

Ezekiel Rogers (1590 – January 23, 1660) was an English nonconformist clergyman, and Puritan settler of Massachusetts. From Wikipedia He was a son of Richard Rogers, who held the living of W...

9/15/2008 12/15/2015

GROSVENOR, DANIEL Ancestor #: A048939 Service: MASSACHUSETTS Rank(s): MINUTE MAN, PATRIOTIC SERVICE Birth: 4-20-1750 POMFRET WINDHAM CO CONNECTICUT Death: 7-22-1834 PETERSHAM WORCESTER CO MASSACH...

6/30/2008 12/13/2015

Rev. George Phillips (1659 - 1739)

George Phillips, Reverend 1664 - 1739 .......... +Sarah Elizabeth Hallet 1672/73 - WFT Est. 1717-1768

7/3/2007 11/23/2015

Rev. William Emerson MP (1769 - 1811)

The Rev. William Emerson (May 6, 1769 - May 12, 1811) was one of Boston's leading citizens, a liberal-minded Unitarian minister, pastor to Boston's First Church and founder of its Philosophical Society...

1/26/2007 11/19/2015

Robert Jordan MP (1668 - 1728)

Thomas Jordan, Jr., (born 1634, died 1699,) and his wife Margaret Brasseur (born July 1642, died October 7, 1708) had children: iv. ROBERT JORDAN, b. 11 Jul 1666; d. 03 Oct 1728; He was a Quaker mini...

3/29/2008 11/10/2015

Rev. Robert Bracewell MP (1611 - 1668)

"Rev. Robert Braswell", "Robert Bracewell"

Excerpts from a letter: On 5/8/95 The Jamestowne Society approved Rev. Robert BRACEWELL, 1612-1668, as a qualifying ancestor for membership in The Jamestowne Society. Miss Ima Eula Mewborn, a Nor...

3/30/2007 11/2/2015

Rev. John Sherman MP (1612 - 1685)

Rev. John Sherman studied at Trinity College in Cambridge, receiving his A.B. in 1629 and his A.M. in 1633. No doubt he was actively engaged in preaching in England. Persecuted as a Puritan, John fled ...

11/18/2007 10/10/2015

Marmaduke Matthews (1606 - c.1683)

"Rev. Marmaduke Mathewes", "Mathews"

"The Congregational church was coeval with [Yarmouth] in its organization. The first minister was Mr. Marmaduke Matthews , the prefix of Rev. not being then employed. He became embroiled in disputes wi...

3/3/2011 9/8/2015

Rev. William Davis (1700 - c.1782)

Quote from 'Sheltons in the Christ Church Parish Register-in Virginia' by Dr. Frank H. Shelton: "Mary dau. of Wm and Elizabeth Davis born 9 December, bap May 17th 1713. John Son of William & Eliz Davis...

2/6/2009 9/1/2015

Bishop Heinrich "Henry" Funk (Funck) MP (1697 - 1760)

"Henry Funk"

Heinrich Funk (Funck) Birth 1702 in Palatinate, , Bayern, Germany Death 25 Apr 1760 in Franconia, Montgomery, Pennsylvania, USA married Anna Meyer Birth 1713 in Franconia Twp, Montgomery, PA Death 8 ...

9/14/2007 8/29/2015

Samuel Webber (1759 - 1810)

Samuel Webber (1759 – July 17, 1810) was an American clergyman, mathematician, academic, and president of Harvard University from 1806 until his death in 1810. Biography Webber was educate...

1/5/2014 8/20/2015

Reverend President Joseph Willard (1738 - 1804)

"Josephus"

Joseph Willard (29 December 1738 – 25 September 1804) was sailor, schoolmaster, college tutor, an American Congregational clergyman and academic. He was president of Harvard from 1781 until 18...

7/26/2007 8/20/2015

Rev. William Marshall MP (c.1735 - 1809)

William Marshall Birth:  1735 - Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Death:  1809 - New Castle, Henry County, Kentucky, USA Father: John Marshall (1700 - 1752) ...

12/26/2007 8/19/2015

Rev. Johannes Theodorus Polhemius MP (c.1598 - 1676)

"Polemar", "polender", "polemius"

New Amsterdam Colonist "This Rev. Johannes T. Polhemus born in Antwerp 1598 is said to be a lineal descendant of that famous jurist Eleazer Polhemus who was burgomaster of Antwerp in 1310..." "Rev....

3/6/2007 8/18/2015

Rev. James Blythe (1740 - 1803)

DAR A 084158, Patriotic service; Civil service. Overseer of roads and furnished supplies.

8/12/2015 8/12/2015

James Albert Vickers (1751 - 1840)

James Albert Vickers was a Revolutionary War soldier.

4/1/2009 8/7/2015

Rev. Burgess Nelson (deceased)

7/31/2015 7/31/2015

Rev. Jacob Green MP (1721 - 1790)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for NEW JERSEY. DAR Ancestor # A046989 Info added per Mary S Lockwood's "Lineage Book of the Charter Members" of the DAR: Jacob Green was a member of Provincial...

4/9/2007 7/29/2015

Rev James W Stallard (1782 - 1854)

James W. Stallard was a Methodist Minister (exhorter). He bought 70 acres of land in Lincoln County, Tennessee in 1814; sold it in 1817. He bought land in Orange and Anderson Townships in Rush County, ...

5/14/2009 7/20/2015

Rev Abraham Goss (1759 - 1847)

"Abram"

Birth: 1776 Death: May 20, 1821 Family links: Spouse: Abraham Goss (1762 - 1847)* Children: George Goss (1797 - 1862)* John B Goss (1801 - 1877)* Isaac Goss (1813 - 1892)* David Goss (181...

7/16/2007 7/10/2015

Pvt. George Shankle, Jr. (1754 - 1841)

findagrave.com 1/12/2013: DAE A 102780, Pvt. NC. Birth: 1754 Anson County North Carolina, USA Death: Sep. 26, 1841 Montgomery County North Carolina, USA 3 Oct 1841, issue of The Carolina Observer...

9/23/2008 7/10/2015

Rev. Patrick Henry (c.1707 - 1777)

"Rev."

Source: Rev. Patrick Henrys Will The Virginia Magazine Vol 58, p. 120-1 gave to daughter Jane ( alist of slaves); to granddaughter Mary Gilliam (a slave); to granddaughter Elizabeth Gilliam (a slave) s...

8/7/2007 7/10/2015

Rev. Joseph Moss White (1741 - 1822)

1/24/2010 6/29/2015

He was one of 16 children, was trained for the Catholic Priesthood and spoke 7 languages. He came to America at the age of 24. He landed in Baltimore, MD in 1757. He enlisted as a Private in the 4th Re...

7/13/2007 6/28/2015

Rev. Joseph Roby (1724 - 1780)

5/15/2014 6/27/2015

Rev. Thomas Dunham MP (c.1619 - 1677)

Bccording to Robert Charles Anderson,"The Great Migration Begins", published by NEHGS, Rev. John Dunham never married.

7/6/2007 6/26/2015

Elder John Parker MP (1758 - 1836)

) Elder John Parker (1758–1836) was an American settler and Predestinarian Baptist minister who immigrated to Texas before the Texas Revolution. He was killed during the Fort Parker massacre...

4/10/2007 6/23/2015

John Cooke, "Mayflower" Passenger MP (1606 - 1695)

""Junior""

John Cooke was born in 1607 in Leyden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands. He was christened on 1 Jan 1607 in Leyden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands. He died on 9 Nov 1694 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA. He was buried on...

1/22/2007 6/21/2015

Rev. Thomas Maxwell (1742 - 1837)

Daughters of American Revolution Ancestor #: A075962 Service: VIRGINIA Rank: SOLDIER Birth: 9-8-1742 MIDDLESEX CO VIRGINIA Death: 12-12-1837 ELBERT CO GEORGIA Service Source: BLANKENBAKER, THE ...

6/27/2007 6/19/2015

Rev. Thomas Bargrave (1579 - 1621)

Updated from FamilySearch Family Tree via brother George Bargrave by SmartCopy : Jun 17 2015, 23:56:28 UTC Updated from FamilySearch Family Tree by SmartCopy : Jun 17 2015, 23:57:11 UTC

6/17/2015 6/18/2015

Rev. Nathaniel Skinner (1766 - 1820)

8/2/2009 6/15/2015

Rev. William Allen Fiske (1824 - 1894)

Updated from MyHeritage Match by SmartCopy : Sep 20 2014, 16:59:10 UTC up-dated 05/06/09 PAM Reg Lib JRTM * US Census

11/30/2007 6/15/2015

Peter Folger MP (1617 - 1690)

Peter Foulger (d. 1690) was an interpreter of the American Indian language for the first settlers of Nantucket. He was the grandfather of Benjamin Franklin.[1] He lived in Martha's Vineyard until 166...

7/7/2007 6/14/2015

Rev. Joseph Royal Barnett MP (1758 - 1812)

"Joroyal"

Minister of Cedar Spring Baptist Church. (A General History of the Baptist Denomination in America, and Other Parts of the World by David Benedict. Published by Printed by Lincoln & Edmands, no. 53, Co...

4/26/2008 6/9/2015

Rev. John Tuck MP (1702 - 1773)

The obelisk built of NH granite looms from the rocky surface of Star Island where Rev. John Tucke ministered to the "Shoalers" before the American Revolution. Graduated from Harvard in 1723, Tucke serv...

6/29/2011 6/6/2015

Rev. Caleb Witt (1762 - 1827)

DAR A127229, Pvt. VA

8/23/2007 6/5/2015

Rev. Samuel Winsor MP (1677 - 1758)

"Windsor"

Rev. Samuel Winsor Jr became the ninth pastor of the First Baptist Church in Providence from 1733 to 1758. Find A Grave Memorial# 19240667

3/8/2007 5/31/2015

Gideon Blackburn, Presbyterian minister, college president, and missionary to the Cherokees, was born in Augusta County, Virginia, on August 27, 1772. Orphaned in his youth, Blackburn moved to what i...

12/18/2010 5/27/2015

Rev. Thomas Hampton MP (1623 - 1690)

Rev. Thomas Hampton, born 16 Apr 16__ in Elizabeth City County, Virginia, sailed for England in 1625 and enrolled at New College, Oxford 3/11/1625, at age of sixteen. If he was 16 when he entered colle...

4/18/2007 5/21/2015

Reverend John Hubbard (1727 - 1786)

Gravestone Inscription: In Memory of the Revd John Hubbard A. M., Pastor of the Church in Meriden...Aet. 60. He was a rational and serious Christian Exemplary for Gravity Integrity Piety and Benevole...

1/4/2008 5/17/2015

Rev. Aaron Bancroft MP (1755 - 1839)

Aaron Bancroft (November 10, 1755 – August 19, 1839) was an American clergyman. He was born in Reading, Massachusetts to Samuel Bancroft and Lydia Parker. He began his studies during the Ame...

1/19/2007 5/16/2015

Silas Morey (1746 - 1825)

Silas Morey was a Sgt. in Capt. Ichabod Turner's Co., 4th Albany Co., NY Regt. during the American Revolutionary War. D.A.R. Ref: Nat'l No. 74,725-Vol. 25 DAR Lineage.

4/30/2015 5/9/2015

Rev. Samuel Miles MP (1665 - 1728)

"Myles", "Miles"

From Appletons Encyclopedia, Copyright © 2001 VirtualologyTM MYLES, Samuel, clergyman, born in 1664; died in Boston, Massachusetts, in March, 1728. He was graduated at Harvard in 1684, went to...

11/20/2008 5/6/2015

Rev. John Myles MP (c.1621 - 1684)

"Miles"

John Myles , also known as John Miles, (c. 1621–1683) was the founder of Swansea, Massachusetts and founder of the earliest recorded Baptist churches in Wales (U.K.) and Massachusetts (U.S.A.). ...

11/20/2008 5/6/2015

12/10/2008 5/4/2015

Edward Gantt (1746 - 1837)

Edward Gantt (1746–1837) was an Episcopal clergyman who served as Chaplain of the Senate of the United States (1801–1804).

11/24/2014 5/1/2015

James Jones Wilmer (1750 - 1814)

James Jones Wilmer (January 15, 1750 – 1814) was an Episcopal clergyman who served as Chaplain of the Senate of the United States.

5/1/2015 5/1/2015

Rev. Elijah Baker MP (c.1742 - 1798)

Updated from Find A Grave Memorial via father Andrew W. Baker by SmartCopy : Nov 25 2015, 0:03:26 UTC

9/27/2009 4/30/2015

Rev. John Hoge MP (1723 - 1807)

of Opequon Presbyterian Church, Shannondoah Valley, VA. Land donated by his grandfather, William Hogue, for this church and cemetery. George Washington is reported in a book written by former Governor ...

11/12/2007 4/28/2015

Rev. Pardon Tillinghast, II MP (1622 - 1718)

"Elisha"

Pardon Tillinghast Baptized in 1625 in Streat, Sussex Died 29 January 1718 Providence, Rhode Island Resting place Tillinghast Burial Ground, Benefit Street, Providence Parent(s) Pardon Tillin...

5/8/2008 4/16/2015

Rev. Roger Newton MP (c.1607 - 1683)

Rev. Roger Newton immigrated to the American colonies and was in the senior class at Harvard College by 1640. He studied with the Rev. Thomas Hooker in Hartford, CT. and married Rev. Hooker's oldest da...

3/18/2008 4/16/2015

Rev. Jonathan Saunders MP (b. - 1700)

Was minister of Lynhaven parish, Princess Anne county. He died in 1702. His widow Mary married Maximilian Calvert (SIC). Jonathan Saunders left issue a son Captain John Saunders, mariner, who died in 1...

7/7/2009 4/15/2015

Rev. William Homes MP (1663 - 1746)

notes From The Holy Bible Preceding the New Testament is a "Family Register" beginning with Rev. Benjamin Webb (1695 - 1746), a preacher, of Eastham, Mass. Three generations of Webbs are listed h...

11/4/2008 4/13/2015

Rev. Benjamin Webb MP (1695 - 1746)

~1715 Benjamin Webb graduated from Harvard. ~1720 He was ordained at Eastham, Cape Cod, MA ~1720 He married Mehitable Williams  Tombstone inscription: Here Lies Buried the Body of Re...

4/13/2015 4/13/2015

Rev. John Sparkhawk (c.1672 - 1718)

notes From Rev. John, son of Nathaniel (Nathaniel) and Patience (Newman) Sparkhawk of Cambridge, Mass., born about 1672, minister at Bristol for twenty-three years, died April 29, 1718. "Rev. John ...

4/8/2009 4/12/2015

Rev. Andrew Bartholomew MP (1670 - 1753)

Andrew Bartholomew Male 1670 - 1755 * Birth about 1670 Roxbury, MA Find all individuals with events at this location Gender Male Baptism 11 December 1670 Roxbury, MA Find all individuals wi...

7/29/2007 4/11/2015

Rev. John Bowers MP (c.1629 - 1687)

Rev. John Bowers was born circa 1629.2 He was the son of George Bowers and Barbara Smith.2 Rev. John Bowers received his A.B. from Harvard University in 1649. He was a schoolmaster in Plymouth, and lat...

8/1/2007 4/11/2015

Rev. James Moore (1765 - 1814)

The Reverend James Moore, educated for the Presbyterian ministry but subsequently an Episcopalian and first Rector of Christ Church, Lexington, was appointed "Director," or the first acting President...

1/11/2011 4/9/2015

Charles Inglis MP (1734 - 1816)

The Rt. Rev. Dr. Charles Inglis was an Irish clergyman who was consecrated the first Church of England bishop of the Diocese of Nova Scotia. He is buried in the crypt of St. Paul's Church (Halifax). ...

1/17/2013 4/2/2015

Gideon Johnston (b. - 1716)

"Rev. Gideon Johnston"

4/2/2015 4/2/2015

William Absalom Thrift (1759 - 1821)

William Thrift was a Private in Capt. Andrew Russell's Co., 5th VA Reg. From 28 Sept-28 Nov. 1776 when he was 16. He was the first Baptist minister in Knox County, Ohio.

4/11/2012 3/31/2015