5 edition of Descendants of Samuel and Hannah Drury of Vermont, New York, and Kentucky, 1770 to the present found in the catalog.
by Reprint Co., Available from L.L. Kmiecik in Spartanburg, S.C, Bensenville, IL (431 S. Center St., Bensenville 60106-2642)
Written in English
|Statement||by Linda (Lightholder) Kmiecik.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.D798 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||439 p. :|
|Number of Pages||439|
|LC Control Number||90063734|
Álvarez, Pablo: Sacred Hands: An Exhibit Catalog of Manuscripts with Texts of the Three Abrahamic Faiths (Ann Arbor: Special Collections Library, University of Michigan, ), also by Evyn Kropf and A. M. F. W. Verhoogt, illust. by Randal Stegmeyer (page images at HathiTrust) A. W.: A Book of Cookrye () (HTML at ); Abbot, W. W. (William Wright), A Virginia Chronology. Hannah's brother & sister in law John & Caroline Schermerhorn. Hannah's (Anne)'s husband William Verley born In Erie County New York showed that they were on Erie canal with Hannah's parent, brother John, her uncle Martin Schermerhorn and his children plus William and Hannah's kids movement of Schermerhorn family along the Erie canal.
Elizabeth Parcher Elizabeth Parcher in U.S. Social Security Death Index (SSDI) Elizabeth Parcher was born on July 10 Elizabeth lived in Earlville, Iowa , USA. Mitchell J. Hunt. Preface. The Why and Wherefor. Starting some 24 years ago a modest endeavor to discover the ancestors of the three Hunt brothers of Derby Line, VT, grew to finding the ancestors and descendants of Daniel Hunt, the pioneer at Ryegate, VT, then to all the Hunt families of Vermont, then to all the Hunt families of America from colonial times through the 19th century.
In the article, The Jeffreys and Day Families, Cabinetmakers, we discovered that Thomas Day of Caswell County, NC was connected with the Day and Jeffreys families who lived in Orange County, NC, a group of people who were of mixed Native heritage, apparently Occaneechi, who had moved in the early s from Greensville Co., VA. Thomas himself was born to John and Mourning . TITLE: PUBLISHED: AUTHOR: State, County: NOTES: Mabry File: No? Family: MacDonald, Donald, Diaries of: Snedeker, Caroline Dale: Family: Machenheimer File: No.
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Descendants of Samuel and Hannah Drury of Vermont, New York, and Kentucky, to the present by Linda Lightholder Kmiecik,Reprint Co., Available from L.L. Kmiecik edition, in EnglishPages: Samuel Webster, who was born in New Hampshire, was related to the distinguished politician, Daniel Webster.
The fathers of both Samuel and Deborah were American Revolutionary War soldiers. The descendants of Samuel and Deborah were pioneers and Civil War veterans.
They moved on to Indiana, Iowa, and Kansas. Full text of "Scott genealogy: [descendants of John Scott of Roxbury ]" See other formats.
Drury, Descendants of Samuel and Hannah Drury, of Vermont, New York and And Kentucky, to the Present, by Linda Kmiecik,hardcover, pages including every name index and locations index, photos, census, vital records info, cemetery, and other data.
Also includes additional pages indicating Samuel as the son of Nicholas and Catharina. The descendants of Moses and Sarah Kilham Porter of Pawlet, Vermont: with some notice of their ancestors and those of Timothy Hatch, Amy and Lucy Seymour Hatch, Mary Lawrence Porter and Lucretia Bushnell Porter by Lawrence, John Strachan, Pages: Moses Porter, son of Experience Porter and Abigail Safford, was born in in Mansfield, Connecticut.
He married Sarah Kilham (), daughter of Phineas Kilham and Thankful Hill and the widow of Joseph Park, in in Preston, Connnecticut. They had. Warren Granger Collins 02 Dec Cortland County, New York, USA - 28 Sep managed by Ken Baker Sallie Marvel (Collins) West 03 May Delaware, United States - 20 Jul managed by L D New York Jlee (Collins) Dimmitt 17 Mar Macomb, McDonough County, Illinois, USA - 28 Mar managed by Janet Segler last edited 2 May Page - In conversation they are sprightly ; but solemn and serious in their messages relating to public affairs.
Their speakers deliver themselves with surprising force and great propriety of gesture. The fierceness of their countenances, the flowing blanket, elevated tone, naked arm, and erect stature, with a half circle of auditors seated on the ground, and in the open air, cannot but.
Rutland County Vermont Census Source: Heads of Families at the First Census, Publ. Transcribed by Lynnda Davis. John Davis of Hampton, Long Island, New York H JOHN DAVIS: the ancestor was born in England, ; d.
at East Hampton, L. I., ; 4 ch. came with him to America. New York; Bennington Co., Vermont. Samuel Rose b New York, married Sarah Reynolds. He was of Dutchess County, New York and Bennington County, Vermont. [This is the family of our long-time administrator David Brown, now deceased.] There is a match of a descendant of Samuel 1 Rose, of Dutchess Co., New York and Bennington Co., Vermont.
The yDNA-tested male descendants are flagged below with their Project #s and the “handle” of the Principal Researcher, e.g. Donald, Camilla). Inferences about the placement of the distinctive yDNA mutations of project members have been interwoven with their descendancies, below, in red ; please note, however, the careful.
Family history: Anthony Taylor of Hampton, New Hampshire, founder, pioneer, town father, and some of his descendants,[Taylor, Harold Murdock] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Family history: Anthony Taylor of Hampton, New Hampshire, founder, pioneer, town father, and some of his descendantsAuthor: Harold Murdock Taylor.
Although the author, Howard M. Jenkins, wrote this book inI find it still valid. I like the objective point of view the author uses throughout the research.
I was particularly impressed with his attempt to definitively try to find Samuel's parentage/5(2). 1 Descendants of Jonathan Murray Generation No. 1 1. Jonathan1 Murray1,2,3 was born Abt. in Perthshire area, Scotland4,5,6,7, and died 27 Aug in East Guilford, Connecticut8,9,10,He married Anne Bradley12,13,14,15,16 17 Jul in East Guilford, Connecticut16, daughter of Nathan Bradley and Hester was born 16 Nov in East Guilford,File Size: 1MB.
Samuel Townsend 26 Dec Dutchess, New York - 28 Dec managed by Brian Gix Samuel Townsend managed by Lyman Carpenter Roxana (Townsend) Walker 08 Mar Barnard, Windsor, Vermont, United States - 25 Jul managed by Susan Holmes last edited 28 Apr Samuel Leeman, - Samuel Leeman Maine Kentucky Samuel Leeman was born inat birth place, Maine.
Samuel married Sarah Sally Leeman (born Edlin) on month dayat age 29 at marriage place. Cutter, William Richard, Genealogical and Family History of Southern New York and the Hudson River Valley, 3 vols., (). Cutter, William Richard, Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Boston and Eastern Massachusetts (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, ).
It was substantially as follows: Hon. John Alden, Born in Old England inDied in New England,First of the Pilgrim Band to tread on Plymouth Rock For many years one of the Governor's Assistants, The greater portion of his life an efficient Magistrate; A christian in whom was no guile.
Original data: Hughes, Nancy Gay Case. The descendants in Indiana of Peter and Hannah (Sanborn) Smith: and their lineage from Sanborns in New Hampshire and Clements of New Hampshire and Maine. unknown: unknown, ?. Original data: Heydecker, C. T. Genealogy of Samuel Gourley and his descendants, together with accounts of the families of Albert E.
Gurley, Thomas B. Gourley, James Gourley, C.C. Lounsberry, James Gourley, Arthur Gourley, Thomas Gourley, Samuel B. Gourley, Joseph Gourley and George Gourley, and account of Gourley re-union, Ancestors and descendants of Jeremiah Adams,of Salisbury, Connecticut, Sullivan County, New York, Harbor Creek, Pennsylvania, and Vermilion, Ohio, including known descendants of his brothers and sisters, most of whom went to Michigan: seventh in descent from Henry Adams of Braintree, Massachusetts.The regular army regiments from St.
Mary's County fought engagements from New York to South Carolina and were present at the British surrender at Yorktown. The pursuit and successful conclusion of the war brought both detrimental and beneficial effects to St.