3 edition of John L. Mersereau -- Heirs of. (To accompany bill H.R. no. 737.) found in the catalog.
John L. Mersereau -- Heirs of. (To accompany bill H.R. no. 737.)
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Revolutionary Pensions
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18 Jun ELIJAH HURST to JOHN McREYNOLDS of Bradley Co., Conveyance in Trust; for love and affection for daughter-in-law ELIZABETH H. HURST, wife of JOHN L.
HURST, and the heirs of her body to be born in wedlock with the said JOHN L., and in default of such heirs, then to the legal heirs of said JOHN L., reserves part of land for his. Notes, extracted by Doris Lane, from the book: In Jacob Mersereau bought the John Roll homestead at Willow Brook and Watchogue Roads, Richmond, NY.
There is a map of the homestead in the book [not so -WHR]. Jacob served in the military between and as a Colonel of the American forces under George Washington. DEED BOOK A. Page five. 3 12 Sept Isaac Anderson, Mary W.
Anderson, A.B. Weir, Elizabeth Weir, Newton Armstrong, Martha Armstrong formerly Elizabeth and Martha Anderson to William W. Anderson, All of McMinn Co.; Power of Atty. To sell land in Rockbridge Co., Va. On waters of North River and being land owned by Robert Anderson dec’d; land adjoins Daniel.
John Pond havind died, Phineas Pond appointed Wit. - Charles B. miller, Mary Miller, Carrie W. Carruth, Margaret Meeriam. * There is a Phineas Pond in Satate Road Baptist Cemetery Revolution Soldier.
d, could beage 22 of April, - 13 May (Freehold, Monmouth Co NJ Deeds, Book E., page ) Deed between Thomas COMBES of Freehold Township in the County of Monmouth, New Jersey and John REID, land granted to Thomas by John HAMPTON and his wife Christian in a deed dated Aug George Mersereau (b.
), husband of “Betsy” (Bamford) Mersereau, dies at the age of Betsy had predeceased her husband in and both are buried in the United Baptist Cemetery adjacent to the church. – November 9: Amelia (MacKay) Murray, the widow of John L. Murray, dies. The “Murray House” is sold to Saunders Price who.
GENEALOGY Of East Hampton Families. BAKER FAMILY. John Baker, late of Amagansett, deceased, contributed material completing the genealogy of his family from Thomas (1) the first settler in East-Hampton, which was published in Jonathan Baker, Esq., Superintendent of Suffolk County Almshouse, has traced his family line to the same Thomas (1).
The land is part of a tract patented to me bearing the date of 25 March If no heirs of her body, the land shall go to the heirs of John Davis. 7 March Signed Thomas Davis. Witnessed by Thomas Stratton and Abraham Jeunette.
Registered 5 December. In aboutthe school Lot 50 was granted to the heirs of John Sayer, “through some error” 31 and in November of that year Moses Coburn, John Wason and David Burpee, agents for the Dissenting Protestants of Maugerville and Sheffield were moved to petition in defense of the Dissenters’ church Lot Number 32 They pointed out that four.
Full text of "Our Kith and kin; a genealogical history of the Cotter, De Hart, Mersereau, Meek, Wood, Van Cise and Yates families from totogether with descendants to the present other formats.
Full text of "The New York genealogical and biographical record" See other formats. Catherine DuBois and her baby Sarah were selected to be first. When the Indians were about to put the torch to her pyre she began to sing the words of the th Psalm.
Enchanted by her voice they demanded that she continue to sing, of course, she did. Ryers' ferry is on map,and on Eddy's map of John Ryers ran an opposition to John Hilleker's ferry.
David Mersereau bought out both of these ferries. In the County Clerk's office there is a " Map of Land at Irvington or Mersereau's ferry, Staten Island," surveyed, (No.
28). INDIAN HILL. [Deed Book 9; pg. ] Aug. 23, - We, John, William, Caleb, Aaron, Wallace, Laben, Courtney, Joshua BALLANCE, Sarah AUSTIN, Robert BURRUS heirs of our Father William BALANCE, SEN, dec’d, at his request & desire do forever quit claim in manner whatsoever to a parcel of land on Cape Hatterass Banks between the lines of John BALLANCE.
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Capt. John 1 Seaman married Elizabeth, dau. of John Strickland, who came from County Westmoreland, Eng., and was an original settler of Charlestown inand was made a Freeman of Massachusetts in ; became a member of the church at Watertown; afterwards was at Weathersfield and Fairfield, Conn.
Strickland's son Thwaite settled at. In John Merrill resided at Staten Island, (Richmond Co.), New York. 2; His will was dated on 25 July John Meril of Staten island, being very sick, I leave to my wife Charity, all my estate during her widowhood.
After her death I give to my son John all my lands and tenements and 1/2 the mill and appurtenances. WILLIAM HASKETT. To wife Mary: the use of his plantation, land & improvements.
To son Thomas: the above mentioned land, etc. plus 50 acres of woodland purchased of Josiah Bogue if Thomas has heirs. If not, then to sons John and Silas Haskett. lineage: book. 6i John Stone was placed on the pension roll of Lawrence County, Tenn., at the age of sixty- four, for four years actual service as private, Pennsylvania line.
He was born in Berks County, Pa. MRS. CLARISE HARRIS RAMSEY. Born in Westover, Maryland. Wife of William McCreery Ramsey. Descendant of Benjamin Bishop. HICKOX, George, Canandaigua, was born in Canandaigua on the farm now occupied by the L.
TILLOTSON heirs, Decem The founder of the family in this country was one Stephen HICKOX, who emigrated to this country from England and settled in Granville, Hampshire county, Mass.
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JOHN MAVERICK, b. in England; prob. was the John m. Apr. l5All Hallows, London Wall, England, JANE ANDREWS; 2 children; apparently lived in Barbados and later at Charleston, S. MOSES MAVERICK (son of John) probably came to America with his parents, inalthough the first record of him is on Jan.
6,when he was. Read "The Prevenient Piety of Samuel Wesley, Sr." by Arthur Alan Torpy available from Rakuten Kobo. For the better part of two centuries, Wesley scholars have been given a picture of the family of John Wesley that focuse Brand: Scarecrow Press.
John Shakespeare, father of William, was a bailiff - or patron of the arts in 16th Century Stratford-upon-Avon. The Bailiff's Plays performed in the town were undoubtedly seen and absorbed by the young actor/playwright. CAO 02/19/ Whisper Lake vs. Juan M. Rios, et al. Darlington Drive, Orlando, FL Di Masi, The Law Offices of John L.
CAO 02/25/ PNC Bank vs. Daniel J Baratta etc et al LotRock Springs Ridge, PB 55 Pg Phelan Hallinan Diamond & Jones, PLLCFile Size: 3MB. The Household Book of Lady Grisell Baillie, (Edinburgh: Printed by T. and A. Constable for the Scottish History Society, ), by Grizel Baillie, ed.
by Robert Scott-Moncrieff (multiple formats at ) Filed under: Price regulation -- Scotland -- Early works to This is a list of notable people who were either born or have lived in Staten Island, today a borough of New York City, New York, at some time in their list does not include people who were only in Staten Island as college students, military personnel, or prisoners.
[Deed Book 12; pg. ] Feb. 16, - The heirs-at-law of William MILLER, sold to John CLARK, all of Currituck County, for the sum of 35 silver dollars paid to them by John CLARK for a parcel of land in Currituck Co.
on Hatteras Banks bounded by George CLARK patten at John CLARK's corner to Isaac BROOKS. 50 acres. /s/ Fields O'NEAL. The Winterthur Library The Joseph Downs Collection of Manuscripts and Printed Ephemera Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum. Kennett Pike, Winterthur, Delaware or OVERVIEW OF THE COLLECTION.
Creator: Unger, C. Title: Watermark collection. - Sons - G. Francis and John B. Thomas Another Son - Joseph Riberolle Thomas Daughter - Virginia, wife of Bertrand Dumaux Other Heirs - Francis Porter, Angeline Porter, Peter Porter, Irwin Porter, Mary J. Porter.
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There are also links to free Staten Island History eBooks and other historical sources. Also, unto my said two sons, all the residue of my lands and meadows and real estate, equally; they and their respective heirs to pay unto my daughter, Grietye, the now wife of John Van Deveer, jr., the sum of ~; each of them ~50 two years after my decease, and yearly thereafter the sum of ~50 each, until the whole sum be paid.
The Book of Crawbuck John Lavall H,S,N + 11/2 L. $, personal estate $ George M in trust for the joint lives of the parties of the first part until the said Peter Crawbuck his heirs executors or administrators shall pay and discharge a certain bond or obligation from him to the New York Firemen Insurance Co.
bearing date. Landtitles, Lot 12 in northern Albany, N.Y., north side of Foxes Creek, John Law to John Tayler and John Tayler to John Law: 3: Low, John. Deed from John Low of Washington County to John Tayler of Albany for land in Albany County. Decem D.S. (printed form filled in), 1p.
(35 x cm.) (From SC Item 74) 3: Middlesex County New Jersey Heirs to Estates From Partitions and Divisions Filed at New BrunswickVirginia Alleman Brown,Harmony Press, Washington, New Jersey, First Settlers of Ye Plantations of Piscataway and Woodbridge Old East New JerseyO.
Eugene Mennette, Part 4, Los Angeles, CA, John, Peter - from John Noble [Updated Apr. 27, ] Johns, Solomon - from Marilyn Sapienza and Margaret McGee Johnson, Lt. Brant and daughters Jemima, Mary and Sarah. The following letter of administration was found in Richmond County, N.Y.
-file numberbook 2, pageJ"Jacob Housman of schooner Sylph at Key West or Indian Key off the Florida Coast. Administrator: Father, Abraham P. But there are plenty of examples of heirs who lost their fortunes within two or three generations. Robert Arnott, William Bernstein, and Lillian Wu demonstrated in that the majority of super-rich heirs deplete their fortunes very quickly.
Other financial papers include an account book between Stockbridge grocer John S. Hopkins and TS, as well as a listing of TS's outstanding notes and bonds written in the hand of his son Henry. Box 9 Folder Real estate and financial papers, Box 9 Folder.
Ma r c h /ap r i l THE NEWSLETTER OF THE WRITERS’ FEDERATION OF NOVA SCOTIA Anne Shirley is born – years later is the year of Anne – the th anniversary of Anne of Green Gables by L.M.
Montgomery. January 29 marked the release of Budge Wilson’s Before Green Gables, a prequel to Anne of Green Gables commissioned by Helen.From Amenia he returned to Cambridge, where he superintended an armory belonging to John and Samuel Adams and John Hancock, which was burned by the British soldiers during the Revolutionary war.
Thence, in or '6, he removed to Plymouth, Luzerne Co., Pa., where he worked at his trade.* John Manning French, b. 11 JulNew Brunswick, NJ. He m. Sarah Herrington in in Canandaigua, New York.
Sarah was b. near Albany, NY and was from Canandaigua, NY. They moved with their children to Michigan in John M. French was one of the first settlers of Lansing, Michigan in the township of Aurelius.