Genealogy of Elisha Piper, of Parsonsfield, Me., and His Descendants: Including Portions of Other Related Families. With an Appendix, Containing Genealogies of Asa Piper, of Wakefield, N. H., Solomon Piper, of Boston, Mass., Stephen Piper, of Newfield, Me., and Their Immediate Descendants. From 1630 to 1889
1889 - 121 pages
Nathaniel Piper was born in about 1630 in England. He emigrated and settled in Ipswich, Massachusetts. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire and Ohio.
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Acton Alpheus Felch April 14 April 23 Barker Benjamin Betsey Biddeford born April born Aug born Dec born Feb born in Ipswich born Jan born July born June born March born Nov born Oct born Sept Boston Concord daughter David died April died Aug died Dec died Feb died in Stratham died Jan died July died June died March died Nov died Oct died Sept Dixmont Dublin Elisha4 Piper Elizabeth Ezekiel8 EzekieP farm farmer Felch Franklin7 genealogies Hannah Harveysburg Hollowayville iel1 Ipswich Josiah June 15 June 20 Lavinia Limerick Limington Malden March 17 March 20 married Mary married Sarah Mary Ann7 Piper Mass Monroe Nathan Nathaniel1 Piper Newburgh Newfield Ohio Parsonsfield Seminary Piper Daniel Piper Elisha Piper Jonathan Piper Joseph Piper married Piper Nathaniel1 Piper Solomon Piper Stephen resides in Newburgh SamueP Selby Simeon Stratham teacher before marriage thaniel1 Thomas Thomas3 town Wakefield Wenham Wiggin William
Page 60 - ... county of New York, and was also justice of the court of appeals, the highest court in the State; was graduated from Columbia College in 1877 with the degree of AB, and was class valedictorian, though the youngest member of the class; completed a course in the Columbia Law School in the spring of 1879, receiving the degree of LL. B., and was admitted to the bar...
Page 77 - Hand with the marsh there & else where, all these being prised & egualy devided amongst all my Children then liveing every one of them alike, onely my sonne Nathaniell to have a double portion out of the same. I doe make Sarah my loveing wife my sole Executrix of this my last will & Testament. Dated the Seventh day of March in the yeare of grace Sixteene hundred seaventy and five 1675-1676. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & Seale. Nathaniell Piper (Seal)" Witnesses: Francis Wainwright...
Page 77 - In the Name of God Amen. I Nathaniell Pyper of Ipswich in America, being weake in body, but of good and pfect memory blessed be God, doe dispose of that estate God hath lent me as followeth. Imprimis I give unto Sarah my loveing wife, my howse & howse...
Page 77 - Come to age, that then their portion shallbe equally divided amongst the rest of my Children that shall survive. Also my will is, that if my wife should marry againe, that she shall have one halfe of my howse, & halfe of the home lott duringe hir naturall life, and the use of halfe of my househould goods.
Page 2 - Shute, by John Piper, Esq. The family traces its lineage from Magnus Piper, of Neustadt, in Holstein, formerly a part of Saxony, whose ancestors were from Lubeck. The coat of arms borne by the Culliton family is described by Burke as follows : " Quarterly, embattled gold and ermine, over all an eagle displayed sable, quartering azure, two chevrons gold.
Page 10 - A partial record of the family may be found in the New England Historical and Genealogical Register (Vol.
Page 74 - ... been known in literature. The majority have been farmers for seven generations. Mr. Aldrich did not receive a collegiate education, although, after leaving the academy, he pursued by himself a course of study equal to that of a New England college. He was graduated from the Harvard Law School in 1844, receiving the degree of LL.B. He was admitted to the bar in Richmond, Va.
Page 14 - Nov. 28, 1785 ; lot No. 51, in the third range, of John Brown, of Parsonsfield, for five hundred dollars, deed dated May 13, 1790; lot No. 13, in the first range, which was a tax sale, for six shillings and two pence, deed dated June 27, 1791; lot No. 88, in the fifth range, of Chase Wiggin, of Stratham, NH, for forty-five pounds, deed dated Feb.
Page 79 - Sarah Pyper, executrix to the last will of her late Husband, Nathaniell Pyper, upon oath testified this to be a true inventory of the estate to the best of her knowledge, in court at Ipswich, the 26th of Sept., 1676. As attest : ROBERT LORD, clerk.
Page 77 - Sarah my loveing wife, my howse & howse lott barne & orchyard, & all my lands at Hogg Hand with all my marsh both thaer, & elsewhere in Ipswich, & all my stock of Cattle & sheepe with all my howsehold goods and debts during her widdowhood, & untill my Children Come to the age of one & twenty yeares, or be marryed. And then my will is that my Daughter Sarah shall have five pounds payd hir by hir moother so soone as she can conveniently. Also I give unto my Sonne Nathaniell Term pownds, at the age...