Freeman Genealogy

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C.E. Bireley Company Press, 1901 - 52 pages
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Page 30 - to passe into forraigne partes," but of Mayhew's lists nothing is to be found but the fragment commencing at page 287, and that continues but for a few months. It cannot be doubted but that other lists were made, but they are either lost, or are among the mass of papers still uncatalogued at the Record Office. We learn incidentally that ships left England almost daily for America, but no records of them, or of their passengers, remain.
Page 30 - Thomas Hooker ? Where are the lists of The Arabella, and other ships, in which John Winthrop and the founders of Massachusetts embarked ? Who went out with the Rcvd.
Page 31 - Yeatman, a girl of previously chaste character, then being above the age of fourteen years and under the age of sixteen years, and thereby committing an indictable offence, contrary to the provisions of the Criminal Code.
Page 13 - His Majesty's pleasure was signified by Sir Ralph Freeman upon direction of the Lord Keeper of the great seal...
Page 17 - They are published in the hope that they may be of use to some other worker in Tudor history.
Page 32 - A few years after his marriage Andrew Freeman left Woodbridge, and moved to Wyoming, Pa. On one occasion during his absence from home, the Indians attacked the settlement, and the inhabitants only saved their lives by escaping to the block-house built to repel such attacks. Mr. Freeman returning while the attack was in progress, was shot at by the Indians, but was enabled to reach the block-house unhurt.
Page 31 - Elizabeth is, of course, a second wife, and probably a sister of Robert Hayes, of- Newark, who mentions "sister Elizabeth Hayes Freeman" in his will, Mar. 1, 1759. The witnesses to the will of Edward Freeman were Joseph Shotwell, and Daniel Shotwell. The Shotwells were an old Surrey and London family, and probably some of them came over with Edward Freeman and Henry.
Page 13 - Sept. 15, 1617, was Master of the Mint to King Charles I., was also one of the Masters of the Request, built the Mansion House, London, and married Catherine, daughter of William Brett, of Wrotheden, Leicester, and had with her : Evelyn, in his Diary, under date of Nov. 27, 1662, says: "Dined with old Sir Ralph Freeman, and the Master of the Mint.
Page 5 - Azure, three lozenges, argent. Crest : A demi-lion rampant gules, charged on the shoulder with a lozenge argent.
Page 32 - On account of the hostility of the Indians he was compelled to leave Wyoming.

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