A Genealogy of the Potter Family Originating in Rhode Island

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J.H. Campbell, 1881 - 95 pages
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Very good book at least for what it is to me; a useful name, and date source for a beginner "genealogist" with ancestors included within this book. Some brief histories/stories are included for a handful of people.

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Page 5 - The name of his first wife, the mother of his children, is not known.
Page 6 - Greene. John died in 1694, intestate, and his estate falling to John, Jr., he shared It with his brother William, as per deed of April 10, 1694.
Page 12 - He was a farmer and lived on the homestead of his father, on Burnt Hill, Scituate.
Page 3 - There are, undoubtedly, some mistakes in a work so extensive, and yet the author feels gratified to think that he has collected so much that is reliable. No pains have been spared to make it what it...
Page 5 - In 1643 he was arrested, taken to Boston, tried for contumacy and convicted, but appealed to the British Council and the sentence was reversed and he was released and returned home in 1644.
Page 6 - Potter took his family to the island of Rhode Island and stayed there during' the Indian war, and soon after it returned to Warwick, where he died as above stated.
Page 5 - September 1631, but soon removed to Rhode Island. He was an inhabitant of Portsmouth for a time...
Page 90 - Baker, 1805, daughter of Jeremiah and Sarah Baker, of Scituate. Mr. Potter was a farmer. He built...
Page 5 - Warwick.) He was a member of the Rhode Island General Council from Warwick, in 1648, '51, '52, '55.

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