Representative Men and Old Families of Southeastern Massachusetts: Containing Historical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens and Genealogical Records of Many of the Old Families ...

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J.H. Beers & Company, 1912 - Barnstable County (Mass.)
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This is Volume III.
Bathsheba Dean Carver page 1280.
Thomas Carr on page 1534.

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Contrary to what a previous reviewer states, William Blanton was NOT the first immigrant to Boston prior to 1638. He may have been the first Blanton to Boston, but defininately not the first immigrant.
This volume would be usable if it were indexed!

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Page 1314 - the man who causes two blades of grass to grow where only one grew before...
Page 1131 - ... Hastings is of an illustrious family in history; and the race to which it applies is of Danish origin. In the early days of the British Kingdom the Danes made frequent incursions upon that part of England and Scotland bordering upon the North Sea. .. It was in one of these incursions that Hastings, a Danish chief, made himself formidable to Alfred the Great by landing a large body of men on the coast.
Page 1284 - We, whose names are underwritten do acknowledge ourselves the legal subjects of his Majesty King Charles, and in his name do hereby bind ourselves into a civil body politicke, unto his laws according to matters of Justice.
Page 1358 - Association and a member of the State Committee of the Young Men's Christian Association.
Page 1302 - Greene was a prominent man in the public affairs of the town and Colony and enjoyed the confidence and respect of his associates through a long and active political life, holding office almost continuously until the summer before his death, when he declined to accept the office of commissioner.
Page 1306 - For a number of years he was also a member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
Page 1538 - Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family of the deceased, and that they be published in the medical journals of this city.
Page 1265 - James2 (2) was the progenitor of the Leonards, of Taunton, Raynham, and Norton. He and his sons often traded with the Indians, and were on such terms of friendship with them, that, when the war broke out, King Philip gave strict orders to his men never to hurt the Leonards.
Page 1301 - He was one of eleven men baptized by Roger Williams, and one of the twelve original members of the first Baptist church on this continent, organized at Providence, Rhode Island. He was the first professional medical man in Providence Plantations. He is alluded to in Goodwin's "Pilgrim Republic" (p. 407) as "one of the two local surgeons...
Page 1621 - Although no active politician, he is a supporter of the principles of the Republican party. He is a member of Wecoharnet Lodge, IOOF 235 Charles and John W.

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