Ancestry of Col. John Harvey, of Northwood, New Hampsire: an officer of the line in the war of the revolution, and an original member of the New Hampshire Society of the Cincinnati (Google eBook)

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Priv. print., 1907 - 47 pages
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Page 4 - England, eighteen pounds, being parcel of thirty five pounds which is owing unto me by Richard Parker of Ayshill upon his bond, which sum is to be paid as soon as it can be recovered if he shall come to demand it any time within four years, but if he come not then my will is that William Harvey the son of James Harvey shall have the said money at such time as he shall be of lawful age to give a discharge. I give to the said William son of James Harvey fifteen pounds parcel of the said...
Page 4 - Bickuell twenty shillings. I give and bequeath unto William Harvey in New England all my household stuff during his life if he come to claim it, and after his decease to remain in the house to the use of James Harvey, his brother, and the said James to make use of it until William, his brother, shall come to claim it.
Page 37 - In memory of RICHARD TREAT, alias Trott, Baptized in this church, August 28, 1584, who emigrated to New England with his family, in 1637, and was created one of the Patentees of the charter of the colony of Connecticut, by King Charles II, in 1662. His son, ROBERT TREAT, was baptized February 25th, 1624, and was Deputy Governor and Governor of the Colony for 30 years. This brass was erected, in 1902, by their descendant, John Harvey Treat of America.
Page 37 - WHO EMIGRATED TO NEW ENGLAND WITH HIS FAMILy iN 1637 AND WAS CREATED ONE OF THE PATENTEES OF THE CHARTER OF THE COLONy OF CONNECTICUT. ey KING CHARLES 11. iN 1662. His SoN ROBERT TREAT. WAS BAPTIZED FEBRUARY 25
Page 28 - CINCINNATI. 49 dress like any other gentleman, consulting his. own taste and appearance. The same is true of the VicePresident, of the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and of all other officers and members. You know there is no order of knighthood in the country. At the close of the war of the revolution, the officers of the army formed themselves into a society called the society of Cincinnati. They adopted a little enamelled badge, which bears some resemblance to a simple European cross....
Page 36 - Notes on the Rubrics, etc., 1882; The Catholic Faith, 1886 ; Truro Baptisms, 1886 ; Genealogy of the Treat Family, 1893 ; Ancestry of Col.
Page 15 - He was a soldier in the French and Indian war, and was at Quebec at the capture of that city in 1759.
Page 26 - When he became a member of the New Hampshire Society of the Cincinnati in 1784, he signed as a Lieutenant, having served four years, to the end of the war.

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