2 edition of descendants of Isaac Johnson and allied families, 1784-1993 found in the catalog.
descendants of Isaac Johnson and allied families, 1784-1993
Keith Alan Sproul
|Statement||by Keith Alan Sproul.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.J7 1993a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 587 p. :|
|Number of Pages||587|
|LC Control Number||93085346|
^^ Wilcox/Wilcoxson Families of New England and Their Descendants on CD by Heritage Books, Inc, Part Two: *** Wilcoxson and Allied Families, Dorothy Ford Wulfeck, on John Johnson's line on the west to said Thomas Thompson line to Isaac Johnson. - Since I posted the story about the life of Isaac Johnson and his struggles as a child sold by his own father into slavery. I thought that I would also give some history, in brief concerning The Cof.
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TITLE: The Love family of Gadsden County, Florida descendants of Alexander Love who lived "on the side of the water called Drownding Creek--three miles above Bettes Bridge, Bladen County, North Carolina": also descendants of Isaac Johnson and allied families allied families / PLACE: [S.l.: PUBLISHER: s.n.], YEAR: PUB TYPE: Book FORMAT: A-D, 75, 33 leaves.
Jacques Van Vleckesteyn. 21 March Family Histories: Ives and Allied Families. download Report. Comments. Transcription. Family Histories: Ives and Allied Families. NOTE: A Capt. Isaac Johnson died at age 75 on 8 May and was buried in Lisle Cemetery.
Children of Isaac Johnson and Jerusha Frisbie were as follows: i Lucretia5 Johnson, born /20 in NY. ii Pembroke G.5 Johnson, born /25 in NY.
+ iii Henry B.5 Johnson, born /28 in NY. He married Nancy (). Isaac Johnson to Nathaniel Tomlinson, arpens on Petit Gulph, land purchased at public auction of confiscated property of the fugitive rebel, John Turner; for $ Both sign.
Nathaniel Tomlinson to Joseph Calvit, both of Adams County, Miss. Ter., for $ in hand, the above acres. Isaac Johnson was born on November 7, and baptized on Janua ry 7, Isaac married Mary Harris, the daughter of Daniel Harris, on O book, "Farrington Families of the South and Allied Lines" by Margaret Farrington Jagmin, pub History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield (New Haven, CT: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Co.
Isaac JOHNSON born 12 April in Marlborough, Middlesex, Massachusetts who settled in Weymouth, Mass.,and allied families: also some account of the descendants of John Porter who settled in Hingham, Mass, The Family Jordan, 3 volumes in 1 book (Maine: Penobscot Press, ),[Henry Bertrand Smith.
Deed Book O page Isaac Johnson of Caswell County to Austin Stallup of Orange Co North Carolina for $, acres east side of fork Country Line creek being part of tract whereon Johnson lives purchased of Widow Browning adjoining John Graves 31 July Witness Hugh Walker, Joseph Anthony Deed Book P page Book Plate— Bryson Library, 65 Book Reviews Adams-Severn Genealogy, American Genealogical Record, — Book Reviews (continued) Births and Marriages, Hartford, Births and Marriages, Mansfield, Births and Marriages, Windsor, Brief History United States, Bristol, Va., Parish, 63 Brooke Genealogy, Cambray Genealogy, The arms of a family are what a trademark is to a merchant.
It is his private property. It is generally expressive of some important principle. The origin of the arms of the Knapp family is given in English heraldry.
It describes the arms of the Knapp family as used by John Knapp and by his son John, in Plymouth was founded by passengers of the Mayflower so it was common that early Plymouth families intermarried and were related to multiple Mayflower lines.
For the Cotton family, it took four generations before Lt. John Cotton married into a Mayflower line. After the Revolutionary War, he moved to the Ohio Territory along with his wife and his wife’s parents.
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Mehitable Johnson (daughter of Humphrey JOHNSON and Eleanor Cheney) was born 16 Sep in Roxbury, Suffolk, MA, and died in Deerfield, Franklin, Massachusetts.
She married Samuel Hinsdale on 31 Oct in Dedham, Ma, son of Robert Hinsdale and Ann Woodward. Savage (Winthrop, History of New England, I.
) favors the common opinion. 3 According to Williamson (History of Maine, I. 99), the average fall in thirty-seven inches, of which about one third part is in snow and hail, Maine 4 is Ibid., I. HISTORY OF NEW ENGLAND. 12 [BOOK I. A handwritten note in the margin says "This family line can only be proved as far back as Andrew (d.
This note was followed by three initials that look like "Npr" or "Wpr". I'll summarize what the book says about the ancestors of Andrew (d). Richard Harrison had a brother named Andrew.
Their father's name is Anthony Harrison, Jr. Home Family Trees Mailing Lists Message Boards Web Sites Wiki Help My Account.
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Census of North Carolina,Christian Almanac for North Carolina,pp–18, Rare Book, Manuscript and Special Collections Library, Duke University. See G. Griffis Johnson, Ante-Bellum North Carolina: A Social History (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina, ), pp, The Genealogical and Biographical History of the Manning Families of New England and Descendants from the Settlement in America to Present Time.
Salem, Massachusetts: Salem Press, [S] Billings, Jennie Luene, "Fiftieth Anniversary Memory Book". Compiler's genealogy. Witnesses - Matthew Dance, Mayes Tarpley, NancyDance Brunswick Co, VA Deed Book 14 -page ((((When Robert Moseley sold his land in Chatham County, NCinhe removed to Wilkes County, GA where his son-in-law James Bell hadalready relocated.
From the family history Key and Allied Families by C. Lane (), pagewe. The original book has survived long enough for the copyright to expire and the book to enter the public domain. A public domain book is one that was never subject to copyright or whose legal copyright term has expired.
Whether a book is in the public domain may vary country to country. Public domain books belong to the public and. All three sons had families, from which came three men who served in WW1 and survived, and a fourth who spent the entire war interned inside Germany. William Billings Lane ( – ) William Billings Lane was born in January,at Bottesford, the oldest son of Marshall Lane (b) and Sarah Billings (b).Page 64 64 MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY.
details of their lives at that remote period are almost entirely lost.1 1 Occasionally a record is found, which affords a glimpse at their occupations; a suit was brought in Essex county inby Conant, and another against Francis Johnson, for a quantity of beaver and otter, received by Johnson in Ambrose Maulding was living at Kilgore's Station in Other families living there at the time included: Thomas Kilgore, Hoskins, Masons, Jesse Simmons, Isaac Johnson, Samuel Martin and Yates.
Peggy could belong to any one of them. Other possibilities include Ennis, Mourning, Lee, Higgins and Prince.