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Susan Shatswell, executrix.

United States. Congress. House. Committee on War Claims.

Susan Shatswell, executrix.

by United States. Congress. House. Committee on War Claims.

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Congress -- Private bills,
  • Bills, Private -- United States,
  • United States -- Claims

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesFindings of Court of Claims in case of executrix of Nathaniel Shatswell
    SeriesH.doc.218
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination3 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16097800M

    The last Baron North represented in this collection is Susan (), tenth Baroness North, who assumed the title after it had gone into abeyance. The North family papers came to Spencer Research Library along with the Kaye family papers, and both collections form part of the English Historical Documents Collection. lietncer late of tsis town, to Miss Susan Royall, daughter of Capt. Winm. Royall. DIED In this town on Saturday last. Francis Greenwoml Hop. kins, aged 13 months, only thild of Samuel and Isahbella Hopkinss. Joseph Allen, youngest son of Daniel Hayward, aged 20 months., On Sufuiay afternoon, Win. Henry, only child of Wm. I. and Mrs. Betwve Nevill.

    Susan Locke 10 Nov in Jefferson County, Missouri. Susan Locke, born 24 Dec in North Carolina; died 05 Apr in Morovia, Appanoose County, Iowa. She was the daughter of John Locke and Sarah Ann Dolen. Children of William Cate and Susan Locke are: i. Calloway Cate, born 20 Aug in Jefferson County, Tennessee. : Douglas Buchholz. Osburne Steurer. Cooked turkey and turn and bend. Samuel grunted and strained. Genson Vituperated. Flinte Sinatra.

    Scuolacastelfrancodisotto | Phone Numbers | Herndon, Virginia. Hektir Rasheed. Taleetha Dohm. Sedrick Elstad. See Shatswell. BENEDICT SATTERLY, or BENEDICT SHATTERLY, New London, there lived but few years, died about ; leaving perhaps, a son and two daughters Sarah, who married Joseph Wickham of Killingworth; and Rebecca, married Joseph Swasey of Long Island. NICHOLAS SATTERLY, or NICHOLAS SHATTERLY, Westerly


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The right side of the house at High Street in Ipswich is one of the oldest residences in town. It was the home of Col. Nathaniel Shatswell, famous for his command of Union troops during the Battle of Harris Farm during the Civil War.

John Shatswell came to join the Ipswich settlement in. Theophilus SHATSWELL ( – ) was Alex’s 10th Great Grandfather; one of 2, in this generation of the Shaw line. He also was Alex’s 11th Great Grandfather; one of 4, in this generation of the Miller line. Theophilus Shatswell was born about in Ipswich, Suffolk, England.

His parents were John SHATSWELL and Judith DILLINGHAM. Full text of "Piscataqua pioneers, ; register of members and ancestors;" See other formats. From - Hull's Account Book, kept init appears that "Robert Kinsman" received ~3 for his services in the Narraganset War; and from the "Records of the Proprietors of Narraganset Township, No.

1, now the Town of Buxton, York County, Maine," by the late Capt. William F. Goodwin, published inthe following is gleaned of the. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Descendants of Joseph Weld. Generation One. Joseph 1 Weld; 50 born circa at Sudbury, Suffolk, Eng; 50 married Elizabeth Shatswell, daughter of John Shatswell and Judith Unknown, 11 Oct at Sudbury, Suffolk, Eng; 51 married Barbara Clapp 20 Apr at Roxbury, MA; 50 died 7 Sep at Roxbury, MA; 52 died 7 Oct at Roxbury, MA; "dyed of a Cancer in his tongue & jawes.".

HUMPHREY BRADSTREET (MOSES 2, HUMPHREY 1) was born /69 in Ipswich, MA, and died in Newbury, married SARAH PIERCE, daughter of JOSHUA PIERCE and DOROTHY PIKE. Children of HUMPHREY BRADSTREET and SARAH PIERCE are: Dorothy BRADSTREET, born in Newbury, MA; died in Hampton, NH.

Horatio Nelson Webber ( – ) was not a direct ancestor in the Shaw line, but he holds clues to the ancestry of Oliver A. WEBBER because Oliver was appointed guardian of his children when he died.

Horatio Nelson Webber was born Aug in Vassalboro Kennebec, Maine. His parents were Jeremiah Webber and Belsora Horn. He married Dorothy (Dolly) F. Harlow on 18 Feb. in. 1) B2z "Americana" Vol. 37 pg. John Emery s/o John and Agnes Emery of Romsey Hants, England 29 Sep.

2) RB2ne "New England Historical Genealogical Register" Vol. 89 pg. This is a copy of the Emery entries in the Romsey Hants Eng. Parish Register. The register begins in The Register was searched from - George DENISON was a candidate for Commander of the Roxbury Train Band (militia company) in He was supported by the young men, but their elders, remembering his boyish pranks, and his inexplicable desertion of the baby daughters upon the death of his first wife, favored his opponent.

The buyer was Col. John Wainwright ( ), one of Ipswich's leading and wealthiest citizens (he left as estate valued at nea pounds when he died in ). The deed (B p. ) indicates that, included in the sale, was Sparks's bake-house and barn, as well as a.

About Me; Ancestor Brick Walls. Brawn, Benjamin, Pre-Loyalist (cc) Carlisle, Robert, Loyalist (c) Davidson, Hepsabeth (after ). MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER JOSEPH R. GOODWIN District Judge. Since October 12 I have on three separate occasions stayed i Full text of "History of Ipswich, Essex, and Hamilton" See other formats.

MEMORANDUM OPINION amp ORDER JOSEPH R. GOODWIN District Judge. Pending before the court is the Defendants Motion to Dismiss with j Full text of "Essex Institute historical collections" See other formats.

Ancestors of Erich and Philipp von Hitritz Daniel Cheney, born Abt. in Lincolnshire, Essex, England; died 10 Sep in Newbury, Essex Co., was the son of John Cheney and Martha married Sarah Bayley 08 Oct in Newbury, Essex Co., Massachusetts. Sarah Bayley, born 17 Aug in Newbury, Essex Co., Massachusetts; died.

Thomas Wells signed up as a passenger on 13 April on the ship Susan & Ellen, heading to New England as a single man.

His English origins and parentage are unknown. Thomas married Abigail Warner, daughter of William Warner either in late or early in Massachusetts, based on the estimated year of for the birth of their first child. *Essex Registry of Deeds, b leaf tEssex Registry of Deeds, b leafSEssex Registry of Deeds, b leaf 9Essex Registry of Deeds, b leaf II Essex Registry of Deeds, bookleaf lIEssex Registry of Deeds, bookleaf **Essex Registry of Deeds, book 2, leaf I r Size: 9MB.

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Mr. Carter's house on the West, the Old Burying Place on the East, and the Training Field on the South. Lieut. Gershom Flagg was killed, with his captain and others, by the Indians at Wheelwright's.