2 edition of Thomas Treadwell of Ipswich, Mass. and some of his descendants [microform] found in the catalog.
Thomas Treadwell of Ipswich, Mass. and some of his descendants [microform]
William A. Robbins
|Statement||by William A. Robbins.|
|Series||Register re-prints., no. 15|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 85/5381 (C)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||85131857|
Descendants of William Fellows Nathaniel 6 Fellows (Nathaniel 5, Ephraim 4, Isaac 3, William 2, Willyam 1 Fellow) (Source: (1) Fellows, Erwin Wilcox, Fellows Families of Onondaga County, New York and Their Ancestry,(, published by author), Page , (2) Wheeler, Richard A., History of the Town of Stonington,().) was born /39 in Stonington, New London Co., CT (Source: (1. Account book kept by chairmakers and turners John Gaines II and his son Thomas Gaines of Ipswich, Mass., Early on the book was used by John, but by the mid s, entries were made by Thomas as well.
Brown. She was born at Ipswich, Massachusetts, 15 August , daughter of Nathaniel and Abigail (Wells) Treadwell; and married, first, Joseph Brown. He was born at Newbury 11 or 18 October , son of Joshua and Sarah (Sawyer) Brown; died at Amesbury 18 October , aged 63 years; and his will of 30 June was proved 30 October [EP].File Size: 64KB. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top Full text of "The family of John Perkins of Ipswich, Massachusetts" See other formats.
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Title: Thomas Treadwell of Ipswich, Mass. and some of his descendants Publisher: Thomas Treadwell of Ipswich, Mass. and some of his descendants Number of pages: 26 pages Year: - Language: English Topics: Geography, United States. Thomas Treadwell of Ipswich, Mass., and some of his descendants.
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A download link will become available after purchase. homas Treadwell 1 appears to have settled first at Dorchester, Mass., where his proportion of land on the Neck (sometimes called Ludlow’s Neck) was 18 Mar.Mass. and some of his descendants [microform] book acres, 3 goods, 20 rodes", and of other land, "8 acres, 8 goods, 26 rodes"; but prior to 23 Apr he had moved to Ipswich, Mass., on which date he sold his Dorchester holdings (Boston Rec.
Com. Report, No. 4, pp. 31, 34). Thomas Treadwell of Ipswich, Mass., and some of his descendants. Life of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: With Extracts from His Journals and Correspondence, Vol.
2 (Classic Reprint) Life of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: With Extracts from His Journals and Correspondence, Volume 1. There is an Ipswich baptism record for Nathaniel, son of Thomas, with date 12 May The parents, Thomas and Esther (Hovey) Treadwell were married 19 Feb There is no information about a wife or family listed in the Revolutionary Pension : Elizabeth (Stone) Treadwell.
Internet Archive BookReader Early inhabitants of Ipswich, Mass. Internet Archive BookReader Early inhabitants of Ipswich, Mass. The family lost some £5, of valuables but luckily rescued a tent and some furnishings from the floating pieces of the wreck. They spent their first night in their new homeland camped out on a beach in a tent.
John eventually made passage to Boston and arranged for a local seaman to pick up his family and bring them to Ipswich. Settlers and early inhabitants of Ipswich. Featured image: The Pilgrim Fathers: Departure of a Puritan family for New England by Charles COPE. Ipswich is the country’s best-preserved Puritan town, and its residents have been the proud custodians of its history.
Here is a little family first Treadwells came to Massachusetts in about 15 years after the Pilgrims. The first Treadwell was Thomas and he settled in Ipswich Mass.
His brother Edward came over 2 years later. Edward is our ancestor. I will have more family history at the Family Christmas gathering on Dec 2 for anyone interested.
William Story was born in about in Norwich, Norfolk, England. He emigrated in and settled in Massachusetts. He married Sarah Foster (), daughter of Renold Foster and Judith Wignol, in in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts.
They had eight children. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Massachusetts, Vermont, Indiana and Wisconsin. Mary & John Treadwell's son John was born in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, on 24 September  biography. From page 32 of Publications of the Ipswich Historical Society, Issues "The Island Farm.
Treadwell's Island" John Treadwell, son of John, the fourth owner, born Sept. 24,married Hannah Boarman, daughter of Jacob and Martha Boarman, not quite. Read the digitized book:Some account of the public life of the late Lieutenant-General Sir George Prevost, Bart.
[microform]: particularly of his services in the Canadas, including a reply to the strictures of his military character, contained in an article in the Quarterly Review for October, iv. Abigail Wells b. at Ipswich, Essex, Mass. She married 19 JUN to Nathaniel Treadwell, son of Thomas and Mary Treadwell.
She died 16 JUN at Ipswich, Essex, Mass. Nathaniel married (2) Rebekah Titcomb. Peter Wells ( – vi. Robert Cross was born in 26 Jun in Charlinch, Somerset, England His parents were Thomas CROSS and Rachel DISLING.
He sailed from Ipswich, England to Ipswich, Massachusetts on the “John & Mary” in He married Anna JORDAN on 20 Aug presumably in Ipswich where the bride’s family had settled a few months before.
After Anna died, he married a second wife, Mary. Notes for Edward Treadwell: Edward Treadwell was the 6th son and 8th child of Thomas Tredwell of Epwell, Oxfordshire, was baptised at St. Anne Church on 20 December He emigrated to Ipswich in the period of to to join his brother 's name first appears in the Ipswich town records on 5 Febrary when he was granted six acres for last Ipswich.
Copy of John Treadwell's father's will and his Uncle Nathan Treadwell, both in St. Andrews, Canada. Other Genealogies: "The Treadwell Genealogy" from the notes compiled before his death by Lester Treadwell of Peekskill, NY, edited by and for the Treadwell Ancestry by William Frank Treadwell of New York, NY Dec Private printing.
NATHANIEL CLARKE AND HIS DESCENDANTS. PART I. HE town ofNewbury, Mass., was settled about by English emigrants. "Some princi pal inhabitants of Ipswich obtaining leave of General Court to remove to Inascacunquen began a town at that place, and called it Newbury, and Mr.
Parker a learned minister who had been in the ministry with at Ipswich accompanied them."File Size: 5MB. How to Use This Genealogy 8 Section I.
Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts. Home of the Early Dennis Family 9 Chart 1. Five Generations of the Descendants of Thomas Dennis and Grace Searles 12 of Ipswich, Massachusetts Chapter I. Thomas Dennis of Ipswich, Mass Chapter Size: KB.The slideshow below features some of the oldest graves at the Old North Burial Ground in Ipswich, Massachusetts.
A complete list of burials is in the book Memento Mori, published by the Ipswich Historical Society in Click on any photo to start the slideshow.; Click on the small X in the upper left corner of the slideshow to end the slideshow and return to this page.Get this from a library!
The Burnham family; or, Genealogical records of the descendant of the four emigrants of the name, who were among the early settlers in America. [Roderick Henry Burnham] -- Chiefly some descendants of Thomas Burnham () of Hartford, Connecticut; John Brunham (?) of Ipswich, Massachusetts; Thomas Burnham () of Ipswich, Massachusetts.