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Four generations of the descendants of Richard Dole, a first settler of Newbury, Massachusetts

Noreen C. Pramberg

Four generations of the descendants of Richard Dole, a first settler of Newbury, Massachusetts

by Noreen C. Pramberg

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Published by N.C. Pramberg, Distributed by Parker River Researchers in [S.l.], Newburyport, Mass .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Newbury (Mass.)
    • Subjects:
    • Dole family.,
    • Newbury (Mass.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 38-40.

      Other titles4 generations of the descendants of Richard Dole, a first settler of Newbury, Massachusettes.
      Statementresearched, compiled, and edited by Noreen C. Pramberg.
      SeriesFirst settlers of Newbury series
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.D665 1984
      The Physical Object
      Pagination40 p. ;
      Number of Pages40
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2602160M
      LC Control Number85160019

      The Sons & Daughters of the First Settlers of Newbury, Massachusetts Notice of Annual Membership Dues (For Current Members) If you want to join the Society for the first time, please read and follow the instructions on the Membership Page. This is your notice of annual membership dues for the Society. These dues will cover the membership period of. Get free access to Burkman in the US Census records. Find genealogy records and family history data for the Burkman family tree history and more.

      Tristram Coffin was the son of Peter Coffin and Joanna Kember.1 Tristram Coffin was born on 4 March at Brixton Parish, Plymouth,, Devonshire, England.2,3 He was baptized on 11 March He married Dionis Stevens, daughter of Robert Stevens and Dionis (?), in at Brixton, Devonshire, England.1,2 Tristram Coffin died on 2 October John PEARSON ( - ) was Alex's 10th Great Grandfather twice, two of 2, in this generation of the Shaw line. John Pearson was born 17 Feb /10 in Bradford, West Riding, Yorkshire, England. His father was Nicholas PEARSON and Elizabeth BRETT. He married Dorcas PICKARD c. in, Rowley MA. John was in Rowley, MA, as.

      2 Blodgette, George Brainard & Jewett, Amos, Early settlers of Rowley, Massachusetts: a genealogical record of the families who settled in Rowley before with several generations of their descendants (Rowley, MA, , ): pages ISBN 3 Thurston, Brown, comp. This database is a collection of genealogical notes collected by Nathaniel Goodwin from the time of his appointment to the office of probate judge for Hartford, Connecticut in and continued until late in his life. Mr. Goodwin was well known for his love of genealogy, he was an original incorporator of the Connecticut Historical Society and also vice president of the New England Historic.


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Four generations of the descendants of Richard Dole, a first settler of Newbury, Massachusetts (First settlers of Newbury series)Author: Noreen C Pramberg.

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(Noreen Cook), Be the first one to write a review. 75 Previews. 1 Pages: Founded in by Anne Colman Moody, The Sons and Daughters of the First Settlers of Newbury is a genealogical society intent on the preservation of the history of Old Newbury and the pioneer families that created our Yankee community.

The Sons and Daughters of the First Settlers of Newbury is a lineal society. To be eligible to join the organization, you must establish that you are a direct. Capt. Edmund Greenleaf was born in in Ipswich, Suffolk, England.

He married Sarah MOORE on 2 July in Langford, Essex, England. He immigrated in aboard the Mary and John with his family and was one of the first settlers to come by water to Newbury, Massachusetts, Agawan Plantation near Ipswich, Massachusetts. After Sarah died, he married second Mrs. Sarah (Jordan) Hill.

A Merrill memorial: an account of the descendants of Nathaniel Merrill, an early settler of Newbury, Massachusetts [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, Spouses, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Married 7 JuneNewbury, Essex Co., MA, to Sarah Greenleaf, born 29 October - Newbury, Essex Co., MA, deceased 1 September - Newbury, Essex Co., MA aged 62 years old (Parents: Stephen Greenleaf, Cpt.

ca & Elizabeth Coffin ) with. Richard Dole Married 3 April toSarah Ilsley † with. The rest of the book deals with the genealogies of the original settlors and is thus likely of particular interest mostly to descendants bearing those surnames, although reading at least a few of the entries give everyone a sense of how the initial generations of colonial Americans multiplied and migrated.5/5(3).

First Settlers Monument, Lower Green, Newbury, MA. First Settlers of Newbury This listing was extracted by Joshua Coffin from the proprietor's book of records, folio forty-four.

The record is dated December and is the first known list of the first Settlers of Newbury. A Merrill memorial: An account of the descendants of Nathaniel Merrill, an early settler of Newbury, Massachusetts [Merrill, Samuel] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Merrill memorial: An account of the descendants of Nathaniel Merrill, an early settler of Newbury, MassachusettsAuthor: Samuel Merrill.

Kimball- Information on the family in early Essex County. The Descendants of George Little who came to Newbury, Massachusetts in " by George Thomas Little and was published in The Morse Society - There is a Newsletter, book reprints, a forum and more.

For. Nathaniel Merrill (/), son of Nathaniel and Mary Merrill, married Susanna Jordan (?) and emigrated in from England to Newbury, Massachusetts. Descendants and relatives lived in New England, New York, Ohio, Michigan, Iowa, California and elsewhere. Some descendants immigrated to Quebec and elsewhere in Canada.

Includes indexes. Richard DOLE Sr. m.3) Patience (JEWETT) WALKER, widow of Shubal Walker. [1] References: [1] "Four Generations of the Descendants of Richard Dole, A First Settler of Newbury, Massachusetts",Noreen C.

Pramberg. [2] Pioneers of Mass, Charles Henry Pope [3] NEHGR [4] Newbury, Essex, MA Vital Records [5] NEHGR [ Almost all the first three generations lived and died in Newbury, Massachusetts.

Through the end of the eighteenth century (i.e., ca. ), we rarely find the family beyond the bounds of Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont.

Within the next eighty years, the family could be found in nearly every state and territory of the Union. The Sons & Daughters Of the First Settlers of Newbury.

PO BOX Newburyport, MA   Genealogies of some of the families who settled Concord in the s, and their descendants, can be found in this comprehensive text, which spans some two hundred and fifty years.

The first part of the book lays out the genealogical information Brand: Janaway Publishing, Inc. The descendants of Nathaniel Clarke and his wife Elizabeth Somerby of Newbury, Massachusetts: A history of ten generations [database on-line]. Provo, UT:.

Wakefield, Robert S., Mayflower Families Through Five Generations: Volume Family of Richard Warren, (General Society of Mayflower Descendants; Plymouth MA; Parts I (Four Generations, Revised ) and III (5th Generation of Abigail, Nathaniel and Joseph only))   Percival Lowell / Lowle1,2; M, b.d.

8 January ; Percival Lowell / Lowle was born in at England. He was the son of Richard Lowle. Percival Lowell / Lowle married Rebecca at England. Percival Lowell / Lowle died on 8 January at Newbury, Massachusetts. Child of Percival Lowell / Lowle and Rebecca.

Richard Lowell+ b.d. 5.He was the first recorder appointed on the island, and a portion at least of the first Book of Records in the office at Nantucket was written by him. He died Apaged seventy-four. His wife, Sarah (Hopcot) Macy, who came with him from Chilmark, survived him for nearly a quarter of a century.