The Tenney Family: Or, The Descendants of Thomas Tenney of Rowley, Massachusetts, 1638-1904, Revised with Partial Records of Prof. Jonathan Tenney

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Rumford Press, 1904 - 691 pages

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Please edit section 2765 Alonzo Webber Jones, who Married Florence Myrtle Ryan Jones on Feb. 20, the correct year is 1890, Cuyahoga County, Ohio. They had two daughters, Florence, and Bessie. My Grandmother, their daughter, was Bessie Nadine Jones who was born in December 21, 1895 . Bessie Nadine Jones married Eson M Elliott ( M is for Ming, an old English name) Eson (who went by Ed) Elliott was a Merchant Marine who had his Captain's Papers. They had 1 Child, a son who was named Eson Thomas Elliott, my Father. the Census from 1940 has the Names incorrect. It was filled out with information provided by John (Jack) Federley. He was Florence Myrtle Ryan Jones second husband, my Grandmother's Stepfather . They lived in Hasbrook Heights, Bergen County, New Jersey, at the time of the Census .  

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Great my grandma is a tenney found lots of info here

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Page 2 - Remember the days of old, consider the years of many generations : ask thy father, and he will shew thee ; thy elders, and they will tell thee.
Page 252 - A female friend called upon us this morning. She informed me of her determination to quit her native land, to endure the sufferings of a Christian amongst heathen nations— to spend her days in India's sultry clime. How did this news affect my heart ! Is she willing to do all this for God ; and shall I refuse to lend my little aid, in a land where divine revelation has shed its clearest rays ? I have felt more for the salvation of the heathen, this day, than I recollect to have felt through my whole...
Page 252 - Yes, C. she had committed her child to God's parental care ; and though her affection was not lessened, yet, with tears in her eyes, she said, " If a conviction of duty, and love to the souls of the perishing heathen, lead you to India, as much as I love you, Harriet, I can only say, Go.
Page 8 - Charles' order to the clergy to read in church the declaration of sports, in which the king directed that no hindrance should be thrown in the way of those who wished to dance or shoot at the butts (a target) on Sunday afternoon.
Page 64 - Philander's sound. Heaven waits not the last moment ; owns her friends On this side death, and points them out to men ; A lecture, silent, but of sovereign power ! To vice, confusion ; and to virtue, peace.
Page 252 - I long to be perfectly free from sin. God has called me away before we have entered on the work of the mission ; but the case of David affords me comfort; I have had it in my heart to do what I can for the heathen, and I hope God will accept me.
Page 252 - ... good ; may it be my delightful employment on earth, to praise him ; and in heaven may I join the enraptured millions, in a song that shall never end. Oct. 22. M. has this day parted from us. May her future days be spent happily. Oh may her path be strewed with the choicest of heaven's blessings.
Page 85 - He mounted his horse and rode to the vicinity of Boston, arriving just in season to assist in relieving the wounded at the battle of Bunker Hill. He served through the war as surgeon ; one year as assistant to Dr. Eustis in a Massachusetts regiment, and afterwards in the Rhode Island line. He was present at the surrender of Burgoyne and of Cornwallis. He volunteered for the defence of Red Bank on the Delaware, himself using a musket in emergency ; and dressed the wounds of Count Donop who was mortally...
Page 418 - October, 1832, was admitted to the bar, and began the practice of his profession at Salina, NY In 1846, he devoted himself to the manufacture of lumber and salt.
Page 75 - A much lamented friend lies here; When Christ returns to call him forth The rising day will show his worth.

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