American Ancestry: Giving Name and Descent, in the Male Line, of Americans Whose Ancestors Settled in the United States Previous to the Declaration of Independence, A, Volume 6

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Thomas Patrick Hughes, Frank Munsell
Munsell, 1891 - Albany (N.Y.)
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Page 26 - Some years afterwards1 he and his associates purchased from the Indians the large tract of land, estimated to contain some 36,000 acres, including part of the present townships of New Paltz, Rosendale, and Esopus, and the whole of Lloyd, — bounded on the west by the 1Shawangunk2 mountains and on the east by the Hudson river.
Page 156 - The Peirce Family of the Old Colony (1870); Contributions, Biographical, Genealogical and Historical (1874); Indian History, Biography and Genealogy (1878) ; Civil, Military and Professional Lists of Plymouth and Rhode Island Colonies (1881).
Page 79 - Eng. ; a page by name of Rockwood, at the court of Henry VIII, in a game of chess with his king, won a manor belonging to one of the monasteries distributed in his reign and...
Page 1 - Those who do not look upon themselves as a link connecting the Past with the Future, do not perform their duty to the world.
Page 88 - William, one of the original subscribers to the compact for the settlement of Wallingford, Ct.
Page 70 - ... William, Abigail, Hannah, Patience, Sarah, Elijah, Elisha, Eliphalet, Jeremiah, and Hannah, the first-named Hannah having died in infancy. Jonathan Locke, the oldest son of William Locke, settled at Rye, and married Sarah Haines, daughter of William Haines of Greenland, and their children's names were Sarah, Patience, Jonathan, Mary, David, Abigail, William, Margaret, Abner, Sarah, Hannah, and John. The first-named Sarah died in 1742, in her I5th year, with throat distemper. This disease must...
Page 43 - Chester, witnessed a charter of enfranchisement of Gilbert Venables in the time of William II or Henry I.
Page 139 - Mass, colony 165o (m. Rachel Perne, gr.-dau. of John Hooker, whose wife was a sister of Edmund Grindal, archbishop of Canterbury, during the reign of Queen Elizabeth). RUGG, WILLIAM HENRY of Perkinsville, Vt., b. at S. Londonderry, Vt., Apr. 9, 1838, grad. from Madison Univ. 1862, from Hamilton Theo. Sem. 1865, teacher, Bapt. clergyman, supt. of schools, town clerk, AM 1865 (m. Apr. 6, 187o, Fannie M., dau.
Page 110 - Benedict that he was born in 1617, that he was an only son, that the name had been confined to only sons for more than a hundred years, and at the time he left England, he did not know of another living person of the name.
Page 43 - RICHARD DE DAUNEPORTE, born in 1136, to whom Hugh Kevelioc, Earl of Chester, granted by charter the chief forestership of the forests of Leek and Macclesfield, 1166. His wife was Amabilia, the daughter of Gilbert Venables, baron of Kinderton, whose father, Gilbert Venables, was the Norman grantee of Kinderton, Davenport, etc., before 1086.

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