A History of Thomas Canfield and of Matthew Camfield: With a Genealogy of Their Descendants in New Jersey

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Tuttle, 1897 - England - 200 pages
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Page 91 - The Public Records of the Colony of Connecticut, prior to the Union with New Haven Colony, May, 1665...
Page 52 - Cox, treasurer of the Society of the Cincinnati in the state of New Jersey...
Page 86 - June, namely, that church members onely, shall be free burgesses, and they only shall chuse among themselves, magistrates and officers, to have the power of transacting all publique, civill affayres of this plantation, of making and repealing lawes, dividing inheritances, deciding of differences that may arise, and doing all things and businesses, of like nature.
Page 86 - ... decideing of differences thatt may arise, and doeing all things and businesses of like nature. Itt was therefore ordered by all the said free planters thatt all those thatt hereafter should be receiued as planters into this plantatio should allso submitt to said foundamentall agreemt and testifie the same by subscribeing their names vnder the names of the aforesaid planters as followeth.
Page 169 - He was a member of the first board of directors of the Federal Reserve Bank for the Chicago district, and he was active in Republican politics in Michigan.
Page 10 - Countes, wiffof the seid Humfre the second ; of their soules and all Cristen our Lord have merci apon. Amen. [Fo. 57.] Pedigree of Fleming, Camefelde, and Haveryngton, AD 1412. " Here followethe the lineall progeny of Mighell Fleming which enfeoffed Ewein, Abbott, of Roos and Crivelton, by eschaunge for Bedersey and Ursewyk, whose progeny ys so derived from hym, as there names here in order dothe followe : of...
Page 172 - Let our object be our country, our whole country, and nothing but our country!" Miss Lawson is a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, and of the National Society of the War of 1812, having had both grandfathers as captains in the latter.
Page 89 - ... if he cannot bring them home by his best indeavours, then to tell y* owner of them. The Court approved of it and confirmed it by vote :/ It was propounded that their might bee some men chosen to consider and cary on the Towne affaires, that these meetings \vch spends the Towne much time may not bee so often.
Page 88 - Cooppr desired that ther might be a man appointed in each quarter to know what quantity of corne every man hath sowen or planted this yeere, that he is to be pd for.
Page 10 - Mighel, who sister ys Ellein wyfe of Sir Richarde Camefelde, Knight ; and they had issue John de Camefelde, whose brother ys William de Camefelde, whose sister ys Anneys wyfe of Roberte Haveryngton, which Anneys had issue John de Haverington. &c. As the early writers spelled proper names phonetically, it is evident that the pronunciation of the original name, Cantsfelde, meaning " field of the Cant," has varied from Cauncefelde and Cansfelde, in the i3th century, to Camefelde in the reign of Henry...

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