4 edition of Colonel Archibald Crary -- Heirs of. (to accompany bill H.R. no. 229.). found in the catalog.
Colonel Archibald Crary -- Heirs of. (to accompany bill H.R. no. 229.).
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Revolutionary Claims
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Maxwell, Archibald Strath. Scottish Society of Friends: “Quakers”, registers of births, proposal[s] of marriage, marriages, and deaths, extracted by Archibald Strath Maxwell. 19– 94 1 V26g. Item 2. X. Pickard, Kay. At Galena he found Colonel H., an aristocratic New York acquaintance with West Point education, who, clad in "leather shirt and drawers" drove hogs to market or teamed a load of lead into town with an ox-cart. St. Louis still showed its history in its houses; "in one section you will find it built up entirely with the broad steep-roofed stone.
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He also served under Colonel Archibald Crary’s Regiment of the Rhode Island State Troops for several months of (see MSS, Series 3, Sub-Series 3; he appears on the muster roll as “John Milleman”). Crary resigned in Junelater being replaced by Colonel William Barton.
Initially, everything went as planned, and the British were lured into a skirmish in the valley by Lieutenant Colonel Archibald Crary and a party of volunteers from his Rhode Island regiment. This was a holding action at long range, with few casualties. It appears that on the 14th day of May, [?], a Petition was presented by some of the heirs and next of kin of the Testator, to the Probate Court of Warren, Rhode Island, setting forth "that William Bowen, Of Warren, being over ninety years of age, and being feeble in health from his late Colonel Archibald Crary -- Heirs of.
book and the managing of his various affairs Burial: West Niles Rural Cemetery, Cayuga County. Full text of "Spirit of '76 in Rhode Island: or, Sketches of the efforts of the government and people in the war of the er with the names of those who belonged to Rhode Island regiments in the army.
With biographical notices, reminiscences, etc., etc". Full text of "United States congressional serial set" See other formats. Mr. Sprague was enthusiastic in the cause of freedom, as also were his sons.
He enlisted as private in Col. Archibald Crary's Regt. in ; had due him 20 pounds, 12 shilling, 10 pence. In Massachusetts, he served as Major in Col. Joab Stafford's (Independent) Co.
of volunteers and fought in the battle of Bennington, Aug The Livingston family of New York is a prominent family that migrated from Scotland to the Dutch Republic, and then to the Colonel Archibald Crary -- Heirs of.
book of New York in the 17th century. Descended from the Colonel Archibald Crary -- Heirs of. book Lord Livingston, its members included signers of the United States Declaration of Independence (Philip Livingston) and the United States Constitution (William Livingston).Current region: United States East Coast.
Sprague was enthusiastic in the cause of freedom, as also were his sons. He enlisted as private in Col. Archibald Crary's Regt. in ; had due him 20 pounds, 12 shilling, 10 pence. In Massachusetts, he served as Major in col. Joab Stafford's (Independent) Co. of volunteers and fought in the battle Colonel Archibald Crary -- Heirs of.
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Galpern, August 1, The historical study of marginalized groups always presents a challenge to the researcher. The land was sold to Archibald Woods. The McAfee land on Holstein's branch eventually came into possession of Archibald Fischer, Rene LeForce, Samuel Phillips, George Painter, Robert Scanland, Michael Spessard, Jacob Painter and heirs, A.
Reynolds, William Woods and the Chapmans who operated Colonel Archibald Crary -- Heirs of. book Red Sulphur Springs. Loren Stone, son of Andrew and Hannah Shurtleff Stone, was born February 12 On September 29 he was married to Jeanette, daughter of Archibald Stimson and about to late he acquired the interests of the other heirs to his father's farm.
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by W. Price (page images at HathiTrust) The Book of Names, Especially Relating to The Early Palatines and the First Settlers in the Mohawk Valley, ed. by Lou D. MacWethy (HTML at. ARCHIBALD CRARY, farmer, was born in this county in His first wife, whose maiden name was Melinda Fredenburg, died inleaving him eight children.
Crary married Abby Simonds for his present wife, who was born in Delaware county, and still occupies his farm in Colchester. JAMES DAVIDSON is a farmer and lumberman Colonel Archibald Crary -- Heirs of.
book Colchester. The Guide to the Cataloged Collections in the Manuscript Department of the William R. Perkins Library, Duke University does not contain complete information on the holdings of the David M.
Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library. Additional access to the Library's holdings may be found in the the Library's Finding Aids, the Duke University. Volume 1 contains extractions from Book A (Instrument Numbers 1 to ) and Book B (Instrument Numbers to ).
These records are found on Genealogical Society of Utah Microfilm Number Elgin OGS will continue to extract from these records and publish them in Volumes. Introduction Volume 1: The First Three Generations of Aaron Stark's Descendants in New England Volume 1 is a history of the first three generations who lived in Colonial Connecticut.
It begins with the arrival of Aaron Stark  in New England from either England or. Archibald, of Caldwell village, to whom we are indebted for a considerable of the foregoing information, was born in Salem, Washington county, N. Y., in March, Upon the death of his mother, inhe was taken to an uncle, James Archibald, who lived in Bolton and afterwards in the northern part of Caldwell on the Schroon River.
That each Battalion consist of one Colonel, one Lieutenant Colonel, one Major, one Adjutant, eight Captains, sixteen Lieutenants, eight Ensigns, one Serjeant Major, one Drum Major, thirty-two Serjeants, thirty-two Corporals, sixteen Drummers, eight Fifers, a Quarter Master, seven hundred and fifty Rank and file, and a Brigade Major to the whole.
Thomas Crary represented Sullivan County in the State legislature in the yearand was at one time chosen one of the Associate Judges of his county. Calvert Crary, Horace Crary's father, was born Augand spent his life, which was not in a public. The contents of these additional files relate mainly to half-pay pension claims of heirs of Virginia State Navy officers under the act of July 5, The "YS" files, so designated by the Department of the Navy in accordance with a Navy classification scheme, were sent to the National Archives in by the Office of Naval Records and Library.
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The name Stewart, while commonly associated with the Scottish, is of Old English origin, derived from stigeweard - stige meaning "hall," and weard meaning "guardian" or "warden." If Mr. Bowes is correct, and given that stewart or steward was the title of the principle officer under the lord of a manor, it is possible that our line descended from a steward of Lathom House - or from a lesser.
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The title of the Book is not exactly remembered; but it has the name of Henry AVERY, and also that of Cyrus AVERY, written in it, with the price of the Book marked on one of the blank pages. relations: A Breath of Snow and Ashes, A Discourse on the Love of Our Country, A Distant Shore: African Americans of D-Day, A Flag is Born, A History of Christianity (Johnson book), A New World: A Life of Thomas Paine, A People's History of the United States, A Short Narrative of My Life, A Vindication of the Rights of Men, A.
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Thaddeus Clark Noble, of Claysville, was born on Dec. 29,in Amwell township, Washington Co., Pa., on the farm now owned by Mr. Archibald McCracken. His grandfather was William Noble, who emigrated from near Glasgow, Scotland, and settled in Lancaster County, where he married Elizabeth Howe, a native of that county.became a soldier, and.
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