Genealogy Projects tagged with watertown on the Geni Family Tree

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  • Fiske and Fisk Family

    The Fisk family of Massachusetts traces it's lineage through Nathan Fiske, the immigrant to the Massachusetts Bay Colony about 1643, who became a Watertown, Massachusetts planter. Before that, the family of Fiske is traced to Symond Fiske, lord of the manor of Standhough Laxfield England to Daniel Fiske in 1208.Fiske and Fisk family: being the record of the descendants of Symond Fiske, lord of ...

  • Brookside Cemetery, Watertown, New York

    Brookside Cemetery, a short distance to the south of Watertown, [Jefferson County], N.Y, would have its dedication in June of 1854. It would be the third cemetery for the then village, the first being the cemetery located on Court Street behind the old Trinity Church and upon land donated to the village by one of its founders, Henry Coffeen. The second being the Arsenal Street cemetery. The Br...

  • Taft School

    Wikipedia The Taft School is a private, coeducational prep school located in Watertown, Connecticut, USA. The school was founded by Horace Dutton Taft in 1890. It has 596 students, about 485 of whom live on the 220-acre (0.89 km2) campus. Taft is a member of the Ten Schools Admissions Organization. The founder was the brother of President William Howard Taft. In its 125-year history, Taft has ...

  • Founders of Watertown, Massachusetts

    =Founders of Watertown= Please add Geni profiles of the original settlers of the town of Watertown, as represented on the Founders' Monument, listed below. Link the Geni profile in " bold " if you can. * Watertown, Massachusetts, City. County: Middlesex. State: Massachusetts Country: United States. Coordinates: 42°22′15″N 71°11′00″W. Settled: 1630. Incorporated: 1630 ===History=== Watertown , f...

  • Jefferson County Orphans Asylum

    Once known as Watertown Home for Destitute and Friendless Orphans and Children, the first permanent home built on Franklin St (near Keyes Ave) in 1864 saw its name changed to Jefferson County Orphan Asylum. Its operations would later move to State Street in 1928, its name changing two years later to what it is known as today, Children’s Home of Jefferson County. This photo is likely from someti...

  • Saint Henry's Catholic Cemetery, Watertown, Wisconsin

    This project is for those who are buried in Saint Henry's Catholic Cemetery, Watertown, Dodge County, Wisconsin. The cemetery is located in the north side of Watertown on Highway 26 and is also known as St. Henry Cemetery . This cemetery was established in about 1853. It is owned and maintained by Saint Henry Catholic Church in Watertown and is very well kept. The cemetery is divided into fo...

  • Great Migration: Passengers of the James from Bristol, 1635

    Great Migration: Passengers of the James from Bristol, 1635===From James left King's Road in Bristol on 23 May 1635 with her master, John Taylor, along with the Angel Gabriel, the Elizabeth (the Bess), the Mary and the Diligence. The James and the Angel Gabriel stayed together while the three faster and smaller boats went on to Newfoundland. The Angel was wrecked off the coast of Maine, but the...