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Dedham Eatons from 1635 to the fifth generation [microform]

Eaton, Daniel Cady

Dedham Eatons from 1635 to the fifth generation [microform]

a report read at the annual meeting of the Eaton family association in Boston, October 21, 1884

by Eaton, Daniel Cady

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Published by Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor in New Haven, Conn .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Daniel C. Eaton.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 85/5593 (C)
The Physical Object
Pagination8 p. ; 27 cm.
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2577841M
LC Control Number85124330

They had five children, the first two born in England and the last three in Dedham, Massachusetts. The children were: * Seth Smith (), married Mary Thurston (). United States Massachusetts. Dates Events 10 Apr. The Plymouth Company granted between 38°N (near Md.-Va. border) and 45°N (near Me.-N.B. border) which overlapped with the Virginia Company of London below 41°N (near Conn.-N.Y. border). After a failed attempt to colonize at the Popham Colony near present-day Phippsburg, Me., in (the settlers all left one year later), the patent.

This book contains not only the genealogy and descendants of Lawrence and Cassandra Southwick of Salem, Massachusetts, but some historical writings on the Quakers. Descendants of Lawrence and Cassandra Southwick of Salem, Massachusetts Table of Contents THE SOUTHWICK GENEALOGY. PREAMBLE FIRST GENERATION. 1. SECOND GENERATION. 2. THIRD. "The Vital Records of Dedham, MA Volume I: Births and Baptisms - " Robert Brand Hanson; Heritage Books, Inc. Early births and baptisms for the town of Dedham, Massachusetts. DH1 "The Vital Records of Dedham, MA, Volume II: Deaths - " Robert Brand Hanson; Heritage Books, Inc. Early deaths of Dedham, Massachusetts. DH1.

GENERATION 3. CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN GRAVES (2) AND MARY HOAR. Mary Graves (5) was born 18 Jan. /70 in Concord, MA (according to Concord Register, Book 1), and died 22 Oct. (according to R‑39). She married Benjamin Rice, son of Edward Rice and Anna ‑‑‑‑‑‑ of Marlboro, MA, on 1 April in Sudbury, MA. Fifth Generation John Furlong Ellen Ryan M.A. Thomas Carter came to America in , and took the Freeman's Oath March 9, /7. He was in Dedham and in Watertown before Novem , when he became the first minister of the Church of the newly organized town of Woburn and proprietor of a homestead of ten acres, and a.


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The Dedham Eatons, from to the fifth generation: a report read at the annual meeting of the Eaton Family Association, in Boston, Octo by Eaton, Daniel Cady, Pages: The Dedham Eatons, from to the fifth generation a report read at the annual meeting of the Eaton Family Association, in Boston, Octo by Eaton, Daniel Cady.

Published by Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, printers in New Haven, Conn. The Dedham Eatons, From to the Fifth Generation A Report Read at the Annual Meeting of the Eaton Family Association of Boston, Octo (Source: MyHeritage) ($).

In a study conducted by Miss Flossie Martin in response to a request by former Association members and reported in the March issue of the Etonian, early Virginia settlers came at or near the mouth of the James River and include Nathanial Eaton circa ; Samuel Eaton to James City Co.

circa ; Peter Eaton to New Norfolk Co. in {Report presented by Daniel C. Eaton.) Materials for compiling the genealogy of the Dedham Batons have now been collected so fully, that not much more remains to be done in the way of looking up old records.

The principal gap is in the family of William Eaton of the fifth generation, who went to Vermont from Dedham about The Dedham Eatons, From to the Fifth Generation A Report Read at the Annual Meeting of the Eaton Family Association of Boston, Octo (Source: MyHeritage) ($) Plymouth Mayflower Births & Deaths, Vol.

John Houghton was born on 24 Dec in Eaton Bray, Bedfordshire, England. His parents were John HOUGHTON and Damarius BUCKMASTER. He married Beatrix WALKER on 24 Feb /48 in Elland, Yorkshire, England. John or his father may have paid a visit to New England when he was a young boy as early asin the ship “Abigail,” from London, but returned later to his native.

This is a well known Eaton progenitor, perhaps you can claim descendancy from him. Theophilus, first Governor of the New Haven Colony, was born in the yearat Stony Stratford in England.

Theophilus and his brothers, the Revs. Samuel, and Nathaniel Eaton were among the children of the Rev. Richard Eaton, of Over-Whetley, Co.

Chester, England, who died not long after July Rev. Daniel Adams was the next minister in succession from Mr.

Storer, and was ordained in He was a native of Medway, and was of the 5th generation from Henry Adams, who came from Devonshire, England, aboutand settled in Braintree, (Quincy.) His ministry was short, as he died in August following his ordination.

Library Catalog Learn what the library has in its collections of books, manuscripts, and more.; Digital Book & Manuscript Collections View books, family papers, photographs, organizational records, and other digitized materials.; Databases at the Library See a list of databases available to visitors at the library.; Floor Plan Planning your visit.

View a floor plan and guide to resources in. Robert Ware of Dedham was born c The earliest date at which the name Robert Ware occurs in the Dedham records is 25 Novwhich states: "Robert Weares is Admitted to the purchase of Thomas Eames his house lott and three acres of land." In John Eaton and Robert Ware are listed together on a list of petitioners in Dedham, MA.

Elizabeth was born about and died on 9 March /70 in Hingham, MA. She married Richard Church by /6 and had eleven children. He died 27 December in Dedham. Abigail was born about and died after 3 January /3 in Marshfield.

She married Anthony Snow on 8 November in Plymouth and had six children. None of this is confirmed by the parish records.) John went alone to New England, and was joined Apr by his wife and step-son John Damman () in Watertown.

When his parents moved to Dedham a few years later, young John came to Reading and settled on Cowdrey's Hill in the west part of town.

This HTML database was produced by a registered copy of GED4WEB) version These web pages were produced on at GMT. Eatons: The Dedham Eatons. From to the Fifth Generation. A Report Read at the Annual Meeting of the Eaton Family Association of Boston, Octo - by Eaton, Daniel Cady New Haven, CT, Price: $   Capt.

Robert WARE ( ) was Alex’s 10th Grandfather; one of 2, in this generation of the Shaw line. Robert Ware was born in in Glouchestershire, England. His parents were Robert WARE ( – ) and Jane WADE ( –).

He came from his English home to the colony of Massachusetts Bay some time before. The Family Histories data sets are taken from genealogy and family history books that are part of the Quintin Publications Collection.

The collections are searchable by name and will are available as downloadable pdf books. JOHN 20 EATON (NICO WILLIAM RICH HE LE NICHOLAS 15 EYTON, GEORG HUMPH PETER 12 DE EYTON V, J PE PETER 9, WILLIAM 8, PETER 7, PETER 6, ROBERT 5, WILLIAM FITZ 4 ALAN, ALAN FITZ 3 FLAALD, FLAALD FITZ 2 ALAN, ALAN DAPIFER 1 [DOLENSIS]) 38, 39 was born Aug in Dover, K and died Novem in Dedham.

The Mission of the Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants is to gather together to honor and perpetuate the memory of our Mayflower Ancestors and the ideals of American freedoms and democracy, which have evolved from The Mayflower Compact signed by the Pilgrim Fathers when they reached Cape Cod shores in November, Fifth Generation Deborah FAIRBANKS (Capt.

Eleasur, Eleaser, George, Jonathan or Juthen) was born on 12 Nov in Sherborn, Mass. She died on 12 Sep Her will was made and probated on 12 Dec Deborah married Capt. Joseph twitchell. Reference Books "List of Maps of Boston, Published Between and " printed as Appendix J of the Thirty-fifth Annual Report of the City Engineer Boston for the year (Boston, ), pp.

Digital version at Internet Archive and Google Books. WorldCat (Other Libraries) [rep.]; Not at FHL.About the Colver-Culver Genealogy Descendants of Edward Colver of Boston Dedham and Roxbury Massachusetts Fill out the form above to make a search.

Download a FREE ebook from our collection of + family and state histories when you become a member of RootsPoint.The Children's Aid Society of New York, Carolee R. Inskeep. GEN CENSUS SHELF.