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Page 176 - McKee, a soldier in the revolution, and is a member of the Society of the Daughters of the Revolution.
Page 2 - ... portraits. The volume on the Garland family is a very full account of the descendants of Peter Garland, an early settler of Charlestown, Mass. It is carefully compiled, and makes a handsome book, with a good index. It is illustrated with portraits. We learn from this volume that James A. Garland, Jr., of Chestnut Hill, Mass., is compiling a genealogy of the southern branch of the Garland family. The Qnisenberry family, to which the next volume is devoted, is descended from John Quisenberry of...
Page 24 - It is said that when he returned from the war he brought home a black servant, called
Page 4 - Eastern part of the' town, where some of his descendants of every generation since have lived, on the spot where, till within a few years, stood the house occupied by the brothers David and Jonathan Garland, both now deceased. The present Garland house, in the same enclosure, is a little farther east.
Page 1 - It is believed that an ancester in the Sussex branch was John Garland, Warden of the Cinque Ports in the 15th century.
Page 50 - Tradition says that he, with a pair of his oxen, and some others hauled a load of powder taken from Fort William and Mary...
Page 122 - He was for a long time, and is now, a member of the School Committee of Dover. He is a member of the...
Page 3 - Bay, in 1637, with seventeen others, including John Harvard, founder of Harvard College.