2 edition of American descendants of Magistrate Brenton of Hammersmith, England found in the catalog.
American descendants of Magistrate Brenton of Hammersmith, England
Chester F. Brenton
|Statement||by Chester F. Brenton.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.B86 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1173 p. :|
|Number of Pages||1173|
|LC Control Number||97215726|
Thanks, Robert. I heartily endorse your shout-out to Allen’s IN ENGLISH WAYS, which — along with Virginia DeJohn Anderson’s book NEW ENGLAND’S GENERATION: THE GREAT MIGRATION AND THE FORMATION OF SOCIETY AND CULTURE IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY (Cambridge ) — tops my personal list of the best scholarly analyses of New England. In the beginning, a “General Court” was established in Boston for the entire colony. These colony records have long been published in Nathaniel B. Shurtleff, ed., Records of the Governor and Company of the Massachusetts Bay in New England, –, 5 vols. in 6 (Boston, ).
Brenton named one of his Newport properties "Hammersmith," and this has led some writers to assume that the like-named town in London was his place of origin. Walter Clarke (–) was an early governor of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations and . Rhode Island Biographies. CODDINGTON, William, colonist and colonial governor of Rhode Island (; ; , ), was born at Boston, Lincolnshire, England, in He was appointed by the crown one of the magistrates for Massachusetts, and arrived at Salem on board the Arbella, J
I've published both families. The following family is heavily covered in my book, Massachusetts Ballards Book 1 Lynne D. Miller Descendants of William Ballard Generation No. 1 1. WILLIAM1 BALLARD was born 12 Aug in or 12/12/ Sanford Priors Warwickshire England, and died in Lynn, Essex, MA. He married ELIZABETH LEE Mr. Wiseman was a deservedly popular magistrate, and his loss will occasion a blank in the Wollombi district that will not hur- riedly be filled up; indeed, the whole district has been thrown into deep affliction by this melancholy event. He leaves an afflicted widow and large family to partake in the universal sorrow.
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American descendants of Magistrate Brenton of Hammersmith, England Unknown Binding – January 1, by Chester F Brenton (Author) See all formats and Author: Chester F Brenton. American descendants of Magistrate Brenton of Hammersmith, England by Chester F.
Brenton,C.F. Brenton edition, in English. James Brenton (–) was an American Revolutionary War officer. He was killed by American Indians during the Battle of Blue Licks in Robertson County, Kentucky (then Kentucky County, Virginia).He married Rebecca Scott () abt.
in Frederick County, Virginia, and then married Mary Woodfield ( – ) inWestmoreland County, PennsylvaniaBorn:Frederick County, Virginia (now Hampshire. Source; C. Brenton, American Descendants of Magistrate Brenton of Hammersmith, England, 5/1/ According to the Winthrop Society, his first wife was named Dorothy who died inand from this marriage a son Barnanas was born.
Brenton makes note that "Dorothie" was wife of Richard Brenton and that Barnabas was a son born to them. ↑Brenton, Chester Fay, American descendants of Magistrate Brenton of Hammersmith, England, ↑ Butterfield, An Historical Account of the Expedition Against Sandusky Under Col.
William Crawford in↑ Withers, Alexander Scott, Chronicles of Border Warfare; a History of the Settlement by the Whites, ↑ Butterfield, An Historical Account of the Expedition Against Sandusky.
William Brenton (c. –) was a colonial President, Deputy Governor, and Governor of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, and an early settler of Portsmouth and Newport in the Rhode Island colony.
Austin and other historians give his place of origin as Hammersmith in Middlesex, England (now a part of London), but in reviewing the evidence, Anderson concludes that his. One of the first acts of Brenton's administration was to proclaim that King Charles II of England book be recognized as the Supreme Civil Magistrate of the colony, and the day of 21 October was set aside as the date of public recognition for the new king.
His inventory included a detailed listing of his library, valued at £14 3s. and comprising two Bibles, thirty books or sets of books (mostly theological) listed by title and a parcel described as "three and fifty small books" [MDciting PCPR ].
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WILLIAM BRENTON JR. Governor of Rhode Island – WILLIAM BRENTON (7xGG Uncle) was born in Hammersmith, England in His father was Magistrate William Brenton (6XGGF) and he was brother to Catherine Brenton (7XGGM.) The family were persons of wealth and high social standing during the reign of King Charles I.
William Brenton came from family of wealth and high social standing in England. In he sailed from Hammersmith, England on the “Griffin” to Boston. He quickly joined the First Church in Boston, became a Freeman, a Selectman, and deputy to the General Court from to William's allotment of land on Pullen Point was recorded as.
Committee on magistrates and deputies, [blank] October [PCR ]. Committee on boundaries 1 June [PCR ]. Volunteered for Pequot War, 7 June [PCR ]. His inventory included "a gun" valued at 15s.
[MD ]. ESTATE: In the Plymouth division of land received one acre as a passenger on the Mayflower [PCR ]. He had some military experience in England, and also was a servant of Massachusetts magistrate John Winthrop, sailing to New England in with Winthrop's wife and oldest son.
After living in Boston for six years, and being the cannoneer there, a divisive religious controversy arose, and Sanford was disarmed for supporting his mother-in-law. E.(Elijah) Warde Blaisdell ( - ) born in Rockford IL, son of Hon.
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News coverage: Descendantsan exhibition by fine arts photographer, Tom R. Chambers, views like a stately procession of New England nobility. The show consists of black-and-white portraits of 40 Rhode Island scions who singularly and collectively convey an intense bond with local governmental, social and religious beginnings.
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Census Index, Dinwiddie County, Virginia. Precision Indexing. GEN CENSUS SHELF. Catherine Brenton was born in Hammersmith, England (SEE OLD ENGLAND) in and her father was Magistrate William Brenton () and mother is believed that she arrived on the ship “Griffen” with her half brother 23 year old WILLIAM BRENTON JR.(SEE FOUNDING FATHERS.).
The Great Migration, Immigrants to New England – Vol. III G-H. Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society. ISBN ^ Austin, ^ Anderson, Robert Charles (). The Great Migration, Immigrants to New England – Vol. V M-P. Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society. ISBN.
Lawrence Newton abt Hammersmith, Middlesex, England - abt Arthur David Newton Willesden, Middlesex, England - Ida Rose (Newton) Jones Fulham, Middlesex, England - Free-Space Genealogy pages: Potts Trust (17 Jan ) 2 photos, 2 comments.You can read a fascinating account of the origins of the Saugus Iron Works in The Saugus Iron Works at Lynn, Mass.
by J. H. Woodbury, c While this small book does not mention one word about the Scots at the Iron Works from I think there is no doubt about who some.Hammersmith Estate, Brenton's Neck, Newport Co, Rhode Island Colony, USA.
Birth of a son #1: Robert Brenton about (Age 30 years). Maryland Colony, USA.