5 edition of Genealogy of one branch of the Peckham family of Newport and Westerly, R.I. found in the catalog.
1957 in Dallas? .
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by William Perry and John Earle Bentley. Documentary evidence by Emilie Sarter|
|Contributions||Bentley, John Earle, 1890-|
|LC Classifications||CS71 .P3358 1957|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||197 p. :|
|Number of Pages||197|
|LC Control Number||58025429|
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Genealogy of one branch of the Peckham family of Newport and Westerly R I and its allied families Author: John Earle Bentley Bentley, William Perry.
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[Dallas. ?] (DLC) (OCoLC) Named Person: Peckham family.; Peckham family. Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: William Perry Bentley; John Earle Bentley. Genealogy of one branch of the Peckham family of Newport and Westerly, R.I.
and its allied families, compiled by William Perry and John Earle Bentley. Documentary. Tobias Saunders joined the Newport Seventh Day Baptist church and the members living at Westerly frequently held meetings in his home before the Westerly Congregation's meetinghouse was built.
Personal life. Tobias Saunders married Mary Peckham (daughter of John Peckham and Mary Clarke and niece of Rev.
John Clarke) in Cemetery Inscriptions in Little Compton, R. Manuscript Genealogies in the Library of the Rhode Island Historical Society; Abstracts of Wills.
Probate Records of the Town of Middletown, R. Newport (R.I.) Church Records; Deaths in Newport, R. I., ; Births and Deaths in Newport, R. I., Genealogy profile for Charles Dyer Charles Dyer (c - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Charles Dyer (c - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.
Some records of the Clarke family of Wasthrup/Westhrope, Co. Suffolk, EN, from the family bible (a copy of the Geneva version of ) brought to this country by Dr. John Clarke, and presented in Reg: Oct and Ref. 9, augmented. The Rhode Island Historical Magazine, Vol. VII,Newport, RI, The Newport Publishing Co.
Peckham, son of Felix, Jr., and Mary Josephine (Young) Peckham; was born in Newport, R. I., Septem He was educated in the public and high schools of Newport, and was prepared for college in the well known Chauncey Hall School of Boston, from.
Ross. William Ross. Page See Image. ↑ Genealogy of one branch of the Peckham family of Newport and Westerly, R.I.: and its allied families. Ross. William Ross. Page See Image. ↑ Rosemary Canfield, Some Lines of Descent from William Ross of Westerly, from Rhode Island Genealogical Register, Vol.
III, No. 1, July In John Peckham was one of the ten male members in fu l l communion in the First Baptist Church of Newport, havi n g been one of its founders in He resided in that pa r t of Newport which later became Middletown,and was mad e a f reeman there in Biography.
Hannah Hungerford Ross William and John Bentley in their History of the Peckham Family credit Emilie Sarter of Boston for the evidence in their book. She says about William and Hannah Ross: "William Ross married, probably at New London, Connecticut Colony (though no marriage record has been found there), about or Hannah Hungerford born at New London.
Today I'm going to talk about Elder John Crandall of Westerly, RI. John was born in in Wiscombe, South Leith, Devonshire, England to James Crandall and Elizabeth Drake. He died Newport, Newport Co., RI.
He mostly lived in Westerly, RI. He was married 2 times. To Hannah Gaylord and to Mary. Peckham: Genealogy of one branch of the Peckham family of Newport and Westerly, R.I; The Hathi Trust Perry Genealogy Book Our Perry Family in Maine, It's Ancestors and Descendants; Rev.
Charles Nelson Sinnett; Publication: Lewiston, Maine: The Journal Printshop, ; The Internet Archive. From there, Lori was on a mission to locate each and every home site. She gathered the pictures, early and recent maps, local contacts, and a pristine copy of An Elaborate History and Genealogy of the Ballous in America that the historical society had acquired during a museum closing.
She spent many months pinpointing the location of each house and marking them on the old maps. Samuel Dyer was born about in Little Compton, Newport, Ri, died on 15 Sep in Newport, Newport, Ri 9 10 19 about and was buried in in DYRE FAMILY BURIAL GROUND NEWPORT *LOST* MAITLANDS - DYRE FARM.
John Peckham was born circaat birth place, New York, to John Peckham and Harriet Peckham. John had 4 siblings: William Peckham and 3 other siblings. John lived on. genealogy of one branch of the peckham family of newport and westerly, r.i.
and its allied families Perry, William & John Earle Bentley, compilers Published by. In April,he was made a freeman at Westerly, and on Mahe was voted one hundred acres of land. He united with the Seventh Day Baptist Church of Newport and Westerly inand when the Westerly branch (now the First Seventh Day Baptist Church of Hopkinton) became an independent body inhe was a constituent member.
Genealogy of One Branch of the Peckham Family of Newport and Westerly, R.I.: and Its Allied Families - by Bentley, William Perry Dallas, TX, Price: $ The Emmons family genealogy; a record of the emigrant Thomas Emmons, of Newport, Rhode Island, with many of his descendants, from to ; by Edward Neville Emmons - () – pages.
The Fales family of Bristol, Rhode Island: ancestry of Haliburton Fales of New York by De Coursey Fales - () – pagesSeller Rating: % positive. Views of Newport, R. and the neighbourhood Family History Library Little Compton Histories and Genealogies An address relative to the early history of the town of Little Compton, R.
I.: delivered upon the occasion of the removal from the old to the new town hall, April 5, Genealogy Gophers. Peckham Genealogy William Perry and John Earle Bentley, Genealogy of One Branch of the Peckham Family of Newport and Westerly, R. REPOSITORY: New England Historic Genealogical Society ADDRESS: Newbury St.
Boston, MA Baldwin Genealogy Supplement. WILLIAM HALL OF PORTSMOUTH, RHODE ISLAND BY WANDA WARE DEGIDIO [email protected] SEE 11/11/ From the "Early Records of Town of Portsmouth R.I." are the list of those signers of the Company of Loyalty, dated 30 Aprilwhich states: "We whose names are underwritten do acknowledge ourselves the legal subjects of His.
Genealogy of one branch of the Peckham family of Newport and Westerly, R.I. and its allied families, compiled by William Perry and John Earle Bentley. Revolutionary War. The American Revolutionary War (–), the American War of Independence, or simply the "Revolutionary War" in the United States, was the armed conflict between the Kingdom of Great Britain and thirteen of its former North American colonies, which had declared themselves the independent United States of America.
Smith and Young Families of northern Rhode Island Hi. My name is Dan. I was born in Rhode Island but grew up in a military family and moved a lot. I live in the Southeast now, quite a ways from R.I. and my relatives and deceased ancestors.
I have always been interested in my family's history since my teens. I am a member of the New England Historic. Generation Three. EDWARD 3 PECKHAM, LORD OF NYTON AND EAST HAMPNETT (John 2, John 1), son of (2) John 2 and Elizabeth (BROUD) PECKHAM, was born about  in Boxgrove , and died between and He married about , (AJZ-2) GRACE SAMBOURNE, daughter of (AJZ-1) Thomas SAMBOURNE.
[40, 41]"The Peckham Family" shows two separate contradictory lineages for. Providence, R.I.: Narragansett Historical Publishing Company [Transcribed by Coralynn Brown] SECOND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH NEWPORT, Rhode Island BAPTISMS.
ALL Judeth All, colored servant, Ap Phillis All, daughter of Judeth, Ap PECKHAM John Peckham, of John and Thankful, Ap Mss Box 4 Joseph Clarke Personal Record Book.
Clarke Family Papers. Records. Newport. Joseph Clarkes' personal record book ca. in volume with original official Westerly Town Record Book cover Westerly town record book with copies of town meetings including deeds and agreements with Narragansett Indians on pages The earliest census report published of South Kingstown was inat which time it contained a population of 1,; it now has a population of 5, The town of South Kingstown was set off from North Kingstown by an act of the general assembly February 26th, Pettaquamscutt, however, was first settled January 20th, Picturesque Rhode Island by Wilfred H.
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The Progenitor of the Brown family in America; Reverend Chad Brown (or Chaddus Browne) arrived at Boston in the Massachusetts Bay Colony in July of aboard the ship "Martin" with his wife Elizabeth and young son s Browne was born in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England around He married Elizabeth Sharparowe of Melbourne, Bedfordshire, England on Septem Thomas Baker of Rhode Island.
Thomas Baker (William A) b. County of Essex, England d. Kingston, RIm. Sarah?. Thomas immigrated to Dedham, MA, then to Newport RI and finally to Kingston, RI. By trade he was a tailor and ordained as a Baptist minister in.
Source: "Vital Records of Rhode Island ," by James N. Arnold, ; transcribed by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team. Warwick Births.A Family Register for the People.
By James N. Arnold, Editor Of The Narragansett Historical Register. "Is My Name Written in the Book of Life?" Vol. IX. Seekonk (including East Providence), Pawtucket and Newman Congregational Church. Published under the Auspices of the General Assembly Providence, R.I; Narragansett Historical Publishing Company.John Peckham, immigrant ancestor and founder of the famil y, was a na ti ve of England and emigrated to America at a d at e unknown.
He was admi tt ed an inhabitant of the Island o f A quidneck, R. I., Ma ,w hi ch is the first reco rd o f him in the New World. He later removed to N ewp ort, R. I.