The Seamans Family in America as Descended from Thomas Seamans of Swansea, Massachusetts, 1687

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Priv. Print., 1933 - 299 pages

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Page 186 - Rite up to and including the thirty-second degree. He is a member of the...
Page 1 - It is claimed that the early descendants of Thomas and Susannah owned about all of Scituate and Foster, RI, they were all industrious, earnest people, and affiliated with the Baptist Church.
Page 3 - Priscilla was daughter of Dr. William and Susannah Wood of Swansea, Mass. William Wood's parents were Thomas and Rebecca Wood of Swansea, and his grandfather was John Wood of Portsmouth, RI, who died in 1655.
Page xi - Catholics, but one renownced the faith and was banished to Virginia, but was allowed to take money, treasures and silver, the King gave him a grant of land in the new country, in part of which Charleston now stands, the man had a wife and three sons...
Page 27 - NY , dt. 36Betsey, also whose gravestone inscription reads : "For death, for sudden death prepare, Betsey was healthy as you are, Before she drew another breath, The frightened horses caused her death . " Mary (Baker) Seamans was the dt.
Page xii - ... husband became guardian of the three boys, he married again and had a family, the mother of which was anxious to...
Page xii - Seamans, and get them a home and they would be provided for, the oldest boy knew why they had been sent away...
Page x - Robert, George, Thomas and John Seamans were banished from England for being rebels in the "Monmouth Rebellion.
Page 30 - Benjamin was building at Flat Rock, he tore it down and with his parents went to Thompson, Conn., and on Nov.
Page xii - ... later the second boy made the attempt, but the vessel was wrecked and only two...

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