2 edition of William Kindley family genealogy: his nine sons and their descendants. found in the catalog.
William Kindley family genealogy: his nine sons and their descendants.
Bessie Jewel Mayes Wimberly
|LC Classifications||CS71.K527 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 309 p.|
|Number of Pages||309|
|LC Control Number||67027969|
his title, his father still living, so the states passed onto his young son. Generation 4. Sir Thomas de Greene, the son of John, was born in Halstead says of him: "Sir Thomas we find recited in an ancient catalog of the knights who accompanied Edward I against the Scots in " Sir Thomas' wife was Alice, daughter and co-heir of. Prince George County, Virginia Revolutionary 'Publick' Claims e book. PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, VA.-Prince William County, Virginia Census e book; Prince William Minute Book, e book; Colonial Supermarket: Daniel Payne's Ledger for His Store at Dumfries, Prince William Co., Va., e book.
1. George Soule, son of Unknown and Unknown, was born in in Poss. Eckington, England and died before 22 Jan in Duxbury, Massachusetts.. General Notes:Soule; English, Dweller at or near a muddy pond. From the George Soule and his Descendants for 4 generations book. Descendants of (Maria) Esther Gebel 1 Produced by Legacy First Generation 1. (Maria) Esther Gebel ,1 daughter of Wilhelm (William) Gebel (Gable)  and Barbara Weller , was born on 11 Mar in Manheim twp, Pennsylvannia, USA,2 was christened on 31 Aug in Manheim twp, Pennsylvannia, USA,2 died between and in Bertie, Welland, Ontario, and was buried on an .
For centuries, descendants of William and Anne Nickerson who are also descendants of Mayflower passengers, have traced and celebrated their genealogies. Warren Sears Nickerson () of East Harwich was a ninth-generation descendant of William Nickerson. No less than nine of Sears Nickerson’s ancestors sailed aboard the Mayflower. William Arnold (24 June – c. ) was one of the founding settlers of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, and he and his sons were among the wealthiest people in the was raised and educated in England where he was the warden of St. Mary's, the parish church of Ilchester in southeastern emigrated to New England with family and associates in
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Descendants of William Diuguid of Scotland From England to Colonial Virginia and Frontier Illinois. It is through the Diuguid line that our family can establish connections to the British and European ancestor William Diuguid (Sr.) married Jean Henry, the seventh great-granddaughter of James "Fiery Face" Stewart II, King of Scotland.
4 with leaving the line thus incompletely traced, and in the sum mer Jofwhile recovering from a long period of sickness, he resolved to make one more effort to fully trace the ancestral descent back to the emigrant ancestor who settled in America.
Soon after this, by correspondence, he made the acquaintance of n, of Woburn, Mass., alineal descend. William the Conqueror, Duke of Normandy, King of England, 1. 2 son of Robert I, Duke of Normandy and Harlette de Falaise, was born about in Falaise, Normandy, France and died on 9 Sep in Rouen, Normandy, France about age Other names for William were William of Normandy and William I King of England.
Birth Notes: Wikipedia (William the Conqueror) and give. Colonel William II () was only nine when he and his parents left for the colonies. Colonel William I, Hannah, and their three children continued to live, work, and thrive in Northern, VA for several generations becoming one of the leading families in America's early years.
The Spencer Genealogy Part One. By Jared L. Olar October January The English surname of "Spencer" derives from the Latin word dispensator, which means a storekeeper or medieval times, a feudal lord would employ a dispensator to have charge of his possessions and to oversee distribution and sale of supplies to the serfs, peasants, and tenant farmers who worked his land.
Birth: Sep. 9, Virginia, USA Death: Jan. 6, Sarah Ann Logan County West Virginia, USA. Folk figure. Born William Anderson Hatfield in what is today Logan County, West Virginia, he grew up in the hill country along the Tug Fork and developed a formidable reputation as a marksman and horseman.
(With other words, Schwennicke is not infallible.) William, now known to us as The Conqueror, was known to his contemporaries as William the Bastard. His mother, Herleva, bore the only son of Robert, Duke of Normandy in the year After William's birth his mother was married to one of Robert's followers and had two more sons, Robert and Odo.
family, Henry of Stonington, Conn., Thomas of the North Carolina Colony, their father, Nicholas, an officer under Oliver Cromwell in England, Richard of Taunton, Mass., Cyprian of Lancaster, Mass.
and Thomas of Stow and Plainfield, Conn.; being descendants of Thomas Stephens of London, England, living in and his father Anthony Stephens of.
Memorial for THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN ALEXANDER at - The Descendants of John Alexander of County Ayrshire, Scotland who migrated to County Donegal, Ireland at the turn of the 17th Century is one of mystery and intrigue.
It traces the family from a humble beginning to one of the most respected families on the American Continent. Israel Merrill [and his family] left his old home in Maine during the autumn ofand after a long journey, mostly by water, landed in Astoria and purchased acres of land. worked early and late, and in time became comfortably situated.
He died Nov. 12, Mrs. M died Sept. 10, ". Biography. William Brewster,Mayflower passenger and Church Elder. Birth and Parents Elder William Brewster was born aboutprobably at Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, England, the son of William Brewster.
See Research Notes below for notes on his birth date and place. It is thought that William was the only child of his father and his first wife, Mary Smythe, widow of.
Hogan family & kin: a genealogy of William Hogan, his descendants and related families. [Jessie H Paulk; Delma Wilson Paulk] -- William Hogan, the immigrant, was living in Gloucester County, Virginia, in He was born father of four children.
He died in Virginia, in Descendants of his sons, John Hogan (b. Your/our Samuel Alexander could have been a contemporary of his, judging from the dates, but not his son. Historical Society of Cecil County: "The "infamous nine" came over with their father, William.
William's father, John(Sir William Alexander's son), migrated to Virginia with some of his. After the birth of their only child, Henry, on Februthe family moved to Crawfordsville to be closer to Susan’s family.
While Lew pursued his career as a lawyer and author, Susan became his biggest supporter, kept the house, raised their son, and found the time to. COMMENTS: In his list of passengers on the Mayflower Bradford included "Mr. William Brewster, Mary, his wife, with two sons, whose names were Love and Wrestling" [Bradford ].
In the accounting of we find that "Mr. Brewster lived to very old age; about 80 years he was when he died, having lived some 23 or 24 years here in the country.
William Carpenter. The first immigrant and founder of this line was William Carpenter (generation 1) (b. c in England), his namesake son, William Carpenter (Generation 2) (c in England/9 Rehoboth, Bristol, MA), and the son's wife and children (then numbering four) arrived on the Bevis from Southampton, England, in Nothing more is known of the father, William (Gen.
1), in. This book was originally published in and has been reprinted many time, most recently in A great companion book to this descendants lists, with one of the best biographies on the life of Matoaka, is Pocahontas by Stuart E. Brown, Jr. Contents of Pocahontas and Her Descendants.The General Society of Mayflower Descendants has published a series of genealogical books that trace the first four to six generations of descendants for each Mayflower passenger; new volumes regularly become available as the Five Generations project of the Society books are noted for being very well documented, highly accurate, and are the best quality genealogy on Mayflower.His grandfather, Honorable Taylor Sherman, was a well respected attorney and judge in Norwalk, CT, and, after his death inhis widow and family migrated to OH.
After the marriage of their son Charles R. Sherman to Mary Hoyt, they too left CT and settled in OH.