The Toppans of Toppan's Lane: With Their Descendants and Relations

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William H. Huse & Company, printers, 1862 - 30 pages
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Page 10 - In tUfe first volume of the fourth series of the publications of the Massachusetts Historical Society, pp. 98 and 99, is the following : "A register of the names of such persons, who are 21 years and upward, and have license to passe into ibrraigne parts from March, 1637, to the 29th of September, by virtue of a Commission of Mr. Thomas Mayhew, Gentleman...
Page 11 - Abraham Toppan being licensed by John Endicott, Esq., to live in this jurisdiction, was received in the town of Newberry, as an inhabitant thereof, and have promised under his hand, to be subject to any lawful order that shall be made by the towne.
Page 10 - Toppan, fourth son of Edward Toppan of Aiglethorpe, lived for some time at Calbridge, where his son Abraham was baptised April 10th, 1606.
Page 10 - Bridge, supposed to be in the west riding of Yorkshire. He made his will in January, 1550. His second son, Thomas Topham, was of Arncliife, near Linton.
Page 10 - Middleham in the northwest part of Yorkshire on the river Ouse. The crest is a Maltese cross. As early as 1637 Abraham Toppan resided at Yarmouth. His wife was Susanna Taylor, a daughter of a Mr. Taylor and his wife Elizabeth. After the death of Mr. Taylor, the widow Elizabeth married a Mr. Goodale.
Page 5 - The pleasures of the family circle are peculiar, and though many are thus encircled, the gratification is not diminished. No one...
Page 12 - Toppan's maiden name was Wigglesworth. She was the widow of John Sewall, and sister to Abigail W.

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