A Pettingell Genealogy: Notes Concerning Those of the Name

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Fort Hill Press, 1906 - 582 pages
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Page 4 - Lords day to walke forth in the time of Gods worshippe, to take notice of such as either lye about the meeting house without attending to the word or ordinances, or that lye at home or in the fields, without giving good account thereof...
Page 6 - Richard Ingersoll of Salem in the County of Essex in New England being weake in body, but through God's mercy in perfect memory doe make this my last will and testament as followeth, viz. I give to Ann my wife all my estate of land, goods, & chattells whatsoever except as followeth, viz. I give to George Ingersoll my son six acres lying in the great meadow. Item...
Page 3 - I being very well acquainted with Giles Fuller of Hampton, deceased, & with Mr. Fuller of Bastable [Barnstable], doctor, both in old England & here in new england & both told mee they were of Kinn : & ye sd Giles Fuller have told me in old England & new that Marth. Fuller Docter now of Bastable was ye nearest kinsman he had."+ Dr.
Page 16 - Ester aforesd to be the sole executrix of this my Last Will & Testament and I Doe...
Page 355 - In the complaint, after alleging the relationship of the plaintiffs to the deceased, and that at the time of his death he was in the employ of the...
Page 133 - He is also a member of the military order of the Loyal Legion and of the Society of Colonial Wars.
Page 211 - He testified that 606 is a common term for a preparation known as salvarsan. which is a preparation of arsenic especially given for the treatment of syphilis. That syphilis is a blood disease. He then stated how 606 was administered. Dr.
Page 202 - He was a farmer and a member of the Baptist Church. He married first on September 23, 1867 Phebe L.
Page 4 - ... against ; the names of such as are ordered to doe this service are: [here folo\vs a list] on the seventh day Richard Pettingell and John Ingersoll.
Page 298 - He was graduated from the medical department of New York University in 1893, and served for a time as associate professor of Long Island College of Medicine.

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