Ancestry of the Waters Family of Marietta, Ohio (Google eBook)

Front Cover
Priv. print., 1882 - 31 pages
0 Reviews
  

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Selected pages

Common terms and phrases

Popular passages

Page 6 - ... sd estat but to keep the housing in tenantable repair and the movables from damage to be disposed of as followeth. "It I giue what remaines of my estate at my wives decease to my Son William to be Secured in the hands of my Sonne Ezekiel for to maintain his Brother William During his naturall life...
Page 24 - IMPRINTED AT LONDON by the Deputies of Christopher Barker, Printer to the Queenes most excellent Maiestie, 1599.
Page 5 - Conant's, with a half acre of land attached, etc. and in 1643 they appointed a committee to provide for him a convenient room to work in and to set a forge, etc. He died in 1646 and his estate was administered by Thomas Wickes or Weeks whose wife Alice (afterwards...
Page 26 - Neighbor Bryant, it is to your reproach that you have disturbed the worship by entering late, living as you do within a mile of this place ; and especially so since here is Goody Barstow, who has milked seven cows, made a cheese, and walked five miles to the House of God in good season.
Page 4 - Sa. on a fess wavy argent between three swans of the second two bars wavy azure. Crest: A demi-talbot argent, holding in the mouth an arrow gu. Motto : "Toujours Fidele" (Always Faithful) . In the same works are described three others, viz.
Page 6 - Mr. Waters seems first to have lived near the head of Broad street, but must very early have removed to the neck near Cat Cove, where he conveyed building lots to two or three of his children, forming a hamlet afterwards known as Watertown and which remained among his descendants until the middle of the last century.
Page 22 - ... to the career of Caesar, was rapidly rising to power and influence. In youth, Caesar not unfrequently yielded to the fascinations of luxury and pleasure. He lived in a degenerate age, when the sterner virtues of the old Roman character were rapidly disappearing from the fashionable life of the day. By the death of his father, he was left an orphan at the age of sixteen ; but his mother, Aurelia, a woman of rare gifts and of superior wisdom, superintended his education with the greatest care,...
Page 16 - January, 1854, and was a member of the Board of Control of the State Bank of Ohio, and member of the Convention which formed the present Constitution of the State of Ohio.
Page 2 - Knt Alderman and twice Lord Mayor of this City. A Father to the Poore, a Friend to the Comynalty of this citty, and a good Benefactor to this church, who dyed May 12, 1612. Margaret his wife deceased March 30, 16(18, and their three children.
Page 22 - About 1608 he went to Holland, joined the Pilgrims and came to Plymouth in the Mayflower in 1620, accompanied by his wife, whose maiden name was Dorothy May. This lady never reached Plymouth, but was accidentally drowned on Dec. 7, 1620, during the absence of her husband on an examining tour in Massachusetts Bay, and while the Mayflower remained in Cape Cod harbor.

Bibliographic information